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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 10, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 September 2003 ut of the f BACKPACK NEW BRAUNFELS JSP New Braunfelft Middle School Seventh grade orientation Time bigjfymnasium Location 659 South New Braunfels High School school photos NewRraunfels Sports Show Cable channel 19 Time NewBrannfels High School Tickets for varsity football game on sale Location 2551 Loop 337 You should know Reserved student COMAL ISP Frazler Elementary School Read Olympics opening ceremony Time NEW BRAUNFELS ISP NewBraunfels Middle School 7th grade parent orientation Time to Location Choir Hall OakRun Sixth Grade Center Open house Time 5 Education Center library NBISD nurses meeting Time COMAL ISP Rebecca Creek Elementary School Parent meeting to review 46 grade curricula Time the BACKPACK hnnde Teachers Ho many times have you sent things hpme with students that never get into the hands of parents Out of the BACKPACK was created with just that in We encourage teach ers to fax or email to the newspaper a summarized copy of information you plan to send to Be brief of these briefgas space helping to Ypu can submit your information by Mail 707 Landa New Braunfels or NEWS DIGEST com Kayakers make their way ddwn the Guadalupe From wire reports LOCAL SEQUIN TASK FORCE UNRELATED TO COMAL COUNTYS The 24th and 25th Judicial District Narcotics Task Force in Seguin that came under fire in a state audit is not connected to the similarly named Comal County drug enforcement The Seguinbased task which oversees undercover drug related operations in Guadalupe and Lavaca is funded mostly through state The task force has come under fire for alleged missing evidence and poor supervision document ed in 2002 by the Department of Public The Comal County Metropoli tan Narcotics Task Force only operates in Comal County and only uses undercover officers from the New Braunfels Police Department and the Comal County Sheriffs said sher iffs Tommy Ward and Sheriffs Den nis Koepp supervise the local task TEXAS DALLAS DAYCARE CENTER UNDER FIRE State regulators are try ing to permanently revoke the license of the owner of a day care center where a baby died in a hot Suburban last Regulators found 43 violations in a recent investigation and con cluded in a letter sent to Tots Day Care owner Beulah Bea Sherrard that the center poses an immediate threat and danger to Two violations at Tots and the Learning Center could have contributed to the death of 8monthold Jordan The daycare driver did not carry a list of names of all the children that he was reg ulators Jordan also was not buckled into a child safety seat and was left in a baby carrier in the cargo area of the LON G VIE W CARNIVAL WORKER KILLED ON FERRIS WHEEL A 20 yearold man working on a Ferris wheel for the Gregg County Fair was electrocuted while working on the rides lights about 40 feet above His name wasnt immediately It looked like he put his knee on top of the power Pat Crabtree of Crab tree Amuse which runs the said of the Monday evening It had nothing to do with the ride Longview Firefighters tried to use the departments fivestory ladder to save the but the ladder couldnt get Russell NATION ATLANTIC NO CROWN YET FOR 21 STATES Miss Vermont never Neither does Miss North Miss Montana or Miss New In the Miss America its usually women from South ern states or populous where statelevel competition is the Through 82 years of Miss America there are still 21 states that have never had a representative win the Experts say its a combination of including a contestants pageant experience and the level of competition she getting to Atlantic Down in the there is a tremendous beauty pageant cul said former pageant televi sion producer Angela author of Miss America The Dream Lives INDIANAPOLIS LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR TAKES OVER Indianas lieu tenant governor assumed the duties of acting governor as Frank OBannon lay in critical condition Tuesday following a Doctors Tuesday said OBan had evidence of brain damage and that it was too soon to say whether he would pull They said he would probably remain in an induced coma for several State officials for not to invoke the process spelled out in the Indiana Constitution for formally transferring authori ty to Joe WORLD South Korea NORTH KOREA MARKS ANNIVERSARY Communist North Korea marked the 55th anniversary of its founding Tuesday with leader Kim Jong D viewing a parade of soldiers and hundreds of thousands of civil but the celebration did not include a feared nuclear Thousands of balloons were released into the air and thun derous cheers erupted as who rules this country of 22 mil lion and presides over the worlds fifthlargest army of million soldiers appeared on the podi um for the PARIS HEAT WAVE DEATHS ESTIMATED AT Frances leading undertaker esti mated the countrys death toll from the summer heat wave at on far exceeding the official tally and putting fur ther pressure on the government to improve its health care sys The estimate by the General Funeral Services included deaths from the second half of after the recordbreaking ternr peratures of the first half of the month had TEXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 417293637 36 BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO 7J Jackpot million 114 TEXAS TWOSTEP CASH FIVE 37262836 CLJCK Lottery numbers available at MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD ARRESTS Comal County law enforce ment officerscharged the fol lowing between 8 and 9 Richard New theft by check between and Joseph failure to by check between and Danny motion to revoke vio lence Paul 21 driving while license sus pended failure to maintain financial responsibility ficti docu ment for Janet San theft by check between and theft by check issuance of a bad check 6 Charles L Canyon public intoxica Lisa San following too close ly failure to appear 2 speeding posses sion Jacob failure to Richard San Rush failure to i ication public intoxication Eduardo Garcia New assault caus ing Bodily injury 3 criminal Jibri motion to between and failure to between and Unda New false report to peace Billy New failure to maintain financial responsibility 2 violation of promise to appear expired license Mario New burglary of coin operated Helen L failure to obey com between and Jose no drivers license failure to Quintain Michael Moranville motion to revoke of less than2 Bounces of Daniel expjred drivers David burgjaryjjf Luis New failure to identify to peace Joseph Cop possession of between 1 and 4 grams of a controlled Bentwood single fami ly DavidI 1530 Dustjn Cade single family John 1847 Texas Joe 3956 Cherokee new resi dence with KB 634 San Augustine new residence with KB 637 San Augustine new residence with Roger Hopkins Construction 230 single fam ily Jeff Henry Management Resource 16JO Sunblossom new cpri Randy Haugh Construction Company 958 Hayselton Janice 992 Albert residential add Climliuil Uw QviTrid low Trial 830 6067886 New Braunfels ByAppoinlmentOnly Oaks Shopping Center al IHI 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