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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 13, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas LOCAL GO VOTE TODAY Elections today for constitutional amendments and Comal ISOs Chapter 41 Poll loca tions listed on High voter turnout anticipated By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Its election and county officials Fri day said voters could do a couple of things to save themselves time and Comal County lax Sherman Krause said some voters in the Comal Independent School Districts yon TODAY Polling places are listed on Page if unsure where to call your voter registra tion card or other photo Chapter 41 election would have to vote in two places if they also wish to vote in the constitutional amendment elec I would encour age people to call the voter registrar at 620 5520 before they go if theyre unclear about where theyre going to Krause We will be here while the polls are open from 7 to 7 Elections Coordinator Linnell Hino josa said voters should remember to bring their voter registration It speeds the Hinojosa Officials anticipate between and voters in Comal which would represent a local turnout of about 15 percent of the countys regis tered It was 11 percent in the last constitu tional amendment With the turnout we had in early I think well see more this time than UPDATES Tracking the news PLANE CRASH LAST WE KNEW Two men died from injuries sustained in an airplane crash at New Braunfels Municipal LATEST Keith of was in stable condition Friday and moved out of the intensivecare NEXT Investigators expect to spend weeks producing a preliminary ORGANIZED CRIME TRIALS LAST WE KNEW Rodolfo and Sandra Gomez were arrested on organizedcrime and drugtraf ficking Arnaldo was convicted in April and sentenced to 45 years in state LATEST Prosecutor Joe Soane III said Arnaldo Gomez is free on Sandra Gomez is being held in Comal County NEXT Trial on the organized crime and drug charges is set for 22 for San dra and Rodolfo ALL FOR ADC X01 1000571 SOUTHWEST E VftHDELL DR EL PASO TX 7990 780 UNICORNS WIN New Braunfels shellacks Seguin i in hortiecbhlitifl series to 24 consecutive wins over the Page SA 200 16 C I i Partly cloudy High Low 88 70 DEAR AB6Y 38 cowifcs 2i FORUM 4A SPORTS 6A 3B By Dylan Jhntnez Staff VVriter Assistant City Manager Don Fer guson fired New Bratinfels Parks and Recreation Department Direc tor Iris Neffendorf Officials say they are looking for a replacement with a wide range of We are in the process of looking Decision dubbed evolutionary at a change in the Parks and Recre ation City Manager Chuck Pinto Officials hope to name a new director by Don Ferguson described the decision to fire Neffendorf as evo Officials would not point to a specific problem with perform instead saying the city hoped to make a change in When looking to change direc leadership must be consid Ferguson Neffendorf had been with department for 15 She start ed as a park She was direc tor for eight managing the citys river activities and more than 360 acres of The New Braunfels parks system is a major attraction for visitors See Page 3A FRONTand CENTER of LIFE Program helps move grads into workforce By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Delaney a Canyon High School supervises her peers at Checks in the She is a student working in the Living Independently through Functional Edu cation a special education program offered by the Comal Independent School New Braunfels Independent School District also has a communitybased job training program at New Braunfels High The program introduces freshman and sophomore specialeducation students to the jobtraining The students in Our goal is to make them Tony Camareno special education assistant Comal ISO DAVID Canyon High School students Parks Chris Haufler and Jennifer Fox stuff envelopes at Checks in the MailThey are part of the schools Living Independently through Functional Education skills Thursday thunderstorms zap wash away stranded car By Ron Maloney Staff Writer New Braunfels firefighters res cued a man on Hoffman Lane ear ly Friday after his car was washed away by high As the first cold front of fall blew through New officials reported widespread lightning and a few downed tree limbs but few other National Weather Service Meteo rologist Pat McDonald said there an unccmfirmed report of a tor nado spotted in toe central part of the but there were no dam age reports related to New Braunfels Fire Marshal Dar ren BrinWcoeter said firefighters were called to the1400 block of Hoffman Lane at 1 1 Thursday when a motorist was reported stranded in his car by a rainswollen batted Bririkkaeter When we got he was The minis car washed and he was about 100 yards from the See WIATNIK Page 3A New Braunfels fire from Brandon Ethan Lindner and John assist a Canyon Lake whose car washed away on the MQQ block of Hoffman during heavy rains as a front passed through Thursday The man was the program focus on job training in their junior and senior LIFE also helps students in the spe cialeducation program with job place interviews and I make sure they Rivers She also keeps them At Checks in the students stuff envelopes to be sent to Each envelope gets two account regis ters and a product Some students cant but the rep etition helps them work through Rivers has worked at other job sites in the but she has a problem com Tony special education said he hopes supervising the See Page 3A COMING SUNDAY Gregs Automotive and Truck Center We lir them all 983 2003 Custom
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