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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 9, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4A Sunday March Dispatch home The two horses picked up Wednesday afternoon by New Braunfels animal con trol went home early Thurs day An employee at the New Braunfels animal shelter said the owner of the horses was waiting at 8 Thursday when the shelter opened She noticed they were the employee said The animals a dark bay gelding and a Palomino mare passed an uneventful night in a holding pen at the facility Bursary investigation Police investigating the burglary of a New Braun church have recovered and money stolen in the incident Detective Bob Parchman said five suspects he describ ed as young men have been identified in connection with the case The burglary occurred overnight this past Sunday or Monday at First Protes tant Church in the 100 block of West Coll Street Office equipment and a large quantity of money were reported stolen Were still working to recover more property and some of the suspects who were identified have been cooperative in helping to get the property Parchman said We should be wrapping up the investigation soon and well be getting the case to the district attor neys office for referral to the grand Parchman said attested Two Austin residents were arrested early Tues day on drug allegations after an accident at Walnut Avenue and Interstate 35 Roy R Maloney 27 and Esperanza McLaughlin 24 were booked into Comal County Jail for possession of between 28 and 200 grams of a controlledSub stance penalty group 3 The substance was a pre scription medication Officers who were called to the accident at 1 reported that Maloney and McLaughlin both appeared to be intoxicated When they looked in Ma loneys vehicle they allegedly saw a large quantity of pills in plain sight McLaughlin posted bond and was released Wednesday Meetings NEW BRAUNFELS INDE PENDENT SCHOOL DIS TRICT BOARD OF TRUS TEES regular meeting Monday at the Library at the NBISD Edu cation Center 430 West Mill CITY OF BULVERDE COUNCIL regular meeting 7 Tuesday Bulverde Senior Center 30280 Cougar Bend COMAL COUNTY COM MISSIONERS COURT special meeting Conference of Urban Counties Luncheon noon Wednesday Double tree Guest Suites Hotel 303 West 15th Austin COMAL COUNTY COM MISSIONERS COURT regular meeting Thursday commissioners courtroom Commissioners Court Building 199 Main Plaza COMAL COUNTY COM MISSIONERS COURT regular meeting March 20 commissioners courtroom Commissioners1 Court Building 199 Main Plaza ACJ 222 Students learn chilling truth about drinking driving BY SEAN BOWLIN Staff Writer Four times an hour 24 stu dents at New Braunfels High School learned the chilling truth about drunk driving Friday The program Every 15 was sponsored by the NBHS the National Asso ciation of Student Councils and Mothers Against Drunk Driving What we are doing is illus trating to the students that while were here in school approximately 24 people will be killed in drunk driving ac cidents and the most uni que thing about it is letting that a lot of the people killed in the accidents are not necessarily the dri said faculty sponsor Julie Estes So the respon sibility of their drinking and driving is a huge After a general announce ment about the program in the morning student Jere my Bartlett who played the Grim Reaper visited class rooms throughout the day One by one students who a greed to participate in the program were taken out of class They had their faces painted white to symbolize death Tombstones with their names birth and death dates were placed in the schools planter The tombstones in the lustrated impaired vision at three different bloodalcohol levels And members of the crimi nal justice club were giving sobriety tests I think its really effective especially when they see the Grim Reaper come in and take the student out and then they come back Robyn Triesh said I really like the program because you get to teach the school about the alcohol and Allie Cook said We try to inform them about what theyre doing to them selves when they do drugs and drink alcohol They stu dents realize it could hap pen to them and their friends So itte really real life But Estes sounded like she wasnt convinced that the message had registered Im amazed at the num ber of students who dont think theyre doing anything wrong when they drink and then choose to she said Tm just hoping that if this makes one student make a decision not to get behind the wheel of a car or not to get in a car with someone who has been drinking its been effec Estes said A SPECIAL INVITATION Sean Bowlin The Grim Reaper played by Jeremy Barttett takes another New Braunfels High School student out class Friday during a special daylong program designed to help students understand the dangers of drinking and driving planter keeping increasing every 15 minutes so I hope thats a visual Es tes said Estes said the students who represented drunkdriving victims agreed to go for the rest of the school day without speaking so that other stu dents could better under stand the impact of their loss I think its really good be cause they are teaching peo ple not to drink and drive especially on spring said Amanda Van Guilder as Joy Evans 246 W San Antonio St 6066707 v tn si 1rtr Evenings by Appointment B umthitum 1857 Licensed Experienced Reasonable Disaster Losses Investment Accounting TAX RETURN PREPARATION COMAL COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW March 12 2003 2nd Wednesday New Braunfels Civic Center 380 S Seguln New Bruanfels PM Joyce Poe Emcee FEATURE ARTIST Kayleen Walker Vocalist Artie Morris Vocalist Bobby Eatherton Incredible Entertainer HOUSE BAND Chuck Woods lead guitar banjo Johnnie Pfeil keyboard steel guitar Ken Moehrig fiddle mandolin Lynn Poe bass guitar Chris Rose drums Brian Duckworth fiddle Sally Carlson rhythm guitar Cover charge Doors open at PM Barbeque dinners sandwiches desserts served Sponsored by The Comal County Senior Citizens Center 830 6294547 CoProduced by Johnnie Pfell 830 6255563 Chuck Woods 830 6292425 F MEMORIAL POST 179 AUXILARY 410 West Coll St NEW BR CHILI COOKOFF SATURDAY MARCH UNTIL RAIN DATE MARCH 29th MUSIC DOS LOS GATOS GAMES RAFFLE AUCTION MUSIC PRIZES FOOD SAMPUNO ARTS CRAFTS UVE MUSIC FEATURING DAVID BBIHDAM HUNT BAHD MARCH 22 2003 W50179 Bartlett took her out of class for the face painting Thats what a lot of people do during spring break they go out and drink and party I wont do she said At lunph the Student Council and the criminal jus tice class let students wear fatal vision goggles that il Dr Bricn Wofford Family Practice Board Certified 1488 N Walnut Are Suite 102 New Braunfels TX 78130 Call now for appointments Patients of all ages welcome No obstetrics 8306278300 JOIN Us FOR LUNCH You are cordially invited to a Coping with a Hearing Loss discussion being held at the MG AND BALANCE INNOVATIONS CLINIC lofeated in the Common Street Profession Bldg 1583 Common Street Suite 100 New Braunfels TX 78130 This Is a community educational event There Is no cost or obligation relaxed informative interesting and fun atmosphere Learn S Why you hear but cannot understand words in noise to have a conversation with a hearing impaired loved one there a difference in Hearing Aids and what are they How much should I pay for Hearing Aids What are the alternatives to Hearing Aids Why should everyone have a Hearing Test What is ear wax and can it cause a hearing loss Why do Hearing Aids squeal Are my Hearing and Balance connected answers to these questions and more This is an educational nt Not a sales presentation Please choose the lunch presenta that best fits your schedule and guarantee seating by calling Suzanne at 8306278660 or toll free 8666278660 today We promise you an interesting informative and unique presentation LUNCH Every Tuesday AM I illiltt Catering Provided by Advanced hearing care HlMSACHB wtlh attention you deserve 1583 CofiimoriStreet New Braunfels TX78130 Local Toll Freer INTRODUCING A REVOLUTION IN COOKING REFRIGERATED 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