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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 27, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HERALDZfilTUNG Friday June TODAY Contact Features Editor Brian Grant 62S9144 6Xt 222 Wortd Jury Woman guilty of murder in windshield death FORT WORTH Texas AP took less than an hour Thursday to con vict a former nurses aide of murder for hitting a homeless man with her car driving home with his mangled body jammed in the windshield and leaving him to die in her garage Chante Jawan Mallard 27 looked down and cried silently as the judge read the verdict which could bring a life sentence Later Thursday at her sentencing hearing Mallard tearfully apologized to Gregory Biggs son and her own family saying her mind had been too muddled by fear and drugs to call for help I couldnt think to do the right she said After a night of drinking smoking pot and taking Ecstasy Mallard ran into Biggs 37 with her Chevrolet Cavalier as he walked along the side of a high way in the early hours of Oct 26 2001 He was hit with such force that his head and shoulders went through the windshield Medicare bills advancing in both House Senate WASHINGTON AP legislation advanced on both sides of the Capitol on Thursday as the Republicancontrolled House and Senate worked toward passage of bills goffering prescription drug coverage to older people and giving private insur ance companies a sweeping role in the program Today we will take the first steps in creating the next generation of health said Rep Deborah Pryce ROhio leader Nancy Pelosi of California acknowledged that the GOP backed measure would pass and many Democrats wore black armbands to dramatize their claim that Republicans were intent on killing Medicare In the Senate a bipartisan coalition pushed a more centrist bill that includ ed fewer of the freemarket changes sought by conservatives Passage was not in doubt particularly after a 7026 vote to divide the final billion avail able under the bill between priorities favored by Republicans and Democrats 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HeraldZeitung Is published Tuesdays through Sundays I Community Events Happy birthday to Gus Elbel Una Louise Diaz Jan Conyers 63 years and Lawrence Weldner June Happy anniversary to Amber Duncan Stade and Cameron Stade June To have a birthday or anniver sary listed here call 6259144 KMs and Events THE LOWIMPACT DANCE AEROBICS CLASS takes place at today at Seele Parish House The class consists of a cardiovascular workout strength training with light weights stretch ing and relaxation For information call 6259295 KAFFEE KLATSCH bereave ment support group meets from 10 to today For infor mation call 6257500 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meets at noon and 8 today at the 24hour Club 1142 Eikel St All meetings are open Call 6250057 for informa tion COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS at 300 Laurel Lane hosts lunch for those 60 years and older in the Laurel Plaza Community Room from to noon today Suggested donation is Call Rita at 6291751 to make reserva tions 24 hours in advance ANNUAL HILL COUNTRY ANTIQUE TRACTOR AND ENGINE SHOW is scheduled to begin at 9 today through Sunday at The Club 290 two miles east of Stonewall Cost is for adults and free for chil dren younger than 12 Call 830 6347516 for information Meads Up SATURDAY AMERICAN RED CROSS pre sents Family Services Providing Photo submitted Paul Schlesinger and The Little River Playboys perform from 7 to 11 today at the New Braunfels Museum of Art and Music 1259 Gruene Road Admission is and free for children Call 6255636 Emergency Assistance from to 5 Saturday Call the branch office at 6089876 for infor mation or to sign up SUNDAY THE DANVILLE SCHOOL REUNION is scheduled from 3 to 7 Sunday at the Forke Store in Conservation Plaza Call Andy Marbach at 830 3035305 or Nell Hoffman at 210 3427078 TUESDAY A JOINT BIRTHDAY CELE BRATION takes place from 8 to midnight Tuesday at Calahans Pub 194 W San Antonio St The band Good Grief plays at 8 and Liift plays at For information call 8221851 WEDNESDAY A FREE JOB FAIR hosted by U S Rep Ron Paul is sched uled from 4 to 7 Wednesday at the SeguinGuadalupe County Coliseum 810 S Guadalupe St in Seguin Call 512 7535553 for information ONGOING THE 2003 COMAL COUNTY FAIR QUEENS contest invites girls starting their junior year in any Comal County high school to be contestants The contest will be at Sept 21 in Canyon High School Cafetorium For information call Shirley at 6293528 or 6254279 Jo Marie at 6430455 or Jill at 9143955 Digest Friday June 27 forecast for daytime conditions forecast COLO KAN OKLA Wichita Dalla 8 MO ARK LA f 0 a Inc Brownsville 0 Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tstorms Rain Flurries Snow Ice VM TONIGHT Mostly clear Lows upper 60s Rain none NE winds 10mph TODAY Partly cloudy Highs upper 80s Rain none NE winds 10mph outlook Saturday Mostly clear Highs in the lower 90s Sunday Partly cloudy Lows in the lower 70s Highs in the lower 90s Monday Partly cloudy Lows in the lower 70s Highs in the mid 90s Tuesday Partly cloudy Lows in the mid 70s Highs in the mid 90s Wednesday Partly cloudy Lows in the mid 70s Highs irv the mid 90s Via Associated Press Arrests Water flows Edward Aquifer ft Comal River 370 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 240 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 335 cfs Canyon Dam lake level ft above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water million gallons Pollen counts Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel Law enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following between June 25 and 26 Michael A Barton 36 San Antonio dri ving while intoxicated Hector Bocanegra 23 Santa Rosa failure to of marijuana Julio C Bustos 18 New Braunfels speeding violation of promise to appear Anthony C Carbone 28 Canyon Lake possession of drug paraphernalia Brandie L Connell 25 New Braunfels driving while alcohol con tainer Omar De La Cerda 24 San Antonio improper use of extension cord violation of promise to appear defective or no stop lamps expired license plates failure to appear Paul F DeLargy 42 Athens theft between and Ernesto L Garcia 21 Universal City motion to revoke forgery Kelly Levesque 27 New Braunfels fail ure to of less than 1 gram of a controlled substance penalty group 1 possession of less than 1 gram of a controlled substance penalty group 1 possession of a controlled substance with intent to manufacture driving while license suspended Mitchell Lively 21 New Braunfels driving while intoxicated Eduardo M Madiedo 67 San Antonio driving while intoxicated third or more offense Anthony D McMillin 41 Hilltop Lakes public intoxication possession of an alco holic beverage In a motor vehicle Christina V Mendoza 26 New Braunfels theft by check Jay D Miears 34 New Braunfels crimi nal mischief under failure to mischief under Robert W Moore 34 Bulverde speeding 77 mph in a 65 mph zone failure to maintain financial responsibility failure to by check between and 2 failure to stop at stop sign Garik W Uhr 28 McQueeney motion to proceed with of less than 1 gram of a controlled substance penalty group 1 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