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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 13, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A Mmfciy September 2003 lit of the ACKPACK NBW BRAUNFELS ISO NewBratuifeis High School tm Open house lime COMAL ISO Comal Public School Foundation meeting Time 11 to Location Conference room of Comal ISO administration building NEWS DIGEST com The Landa Park gazebo glistens off tH6 water NEW BRAUNFELS ISO New Brattnfels High School Team tennis Location Rerrville New Braunf els High School lime Location New Braunfels COMALISD Rebecca Creek Elementary School Meeting with parents on Love and Logic WHATS AHEAD Lone Star Ele mentary PTA meeting and open Wednes Arlon Seay Intermediate School PTA general meeting and open house at 7 Meeting expected to last about one The information for this issue of Out of the BACKPACK was taken from calendars posted on the Web sites of New Braunfels ISO and Comal ISO or from information supplied by school district spokespersons Stephanie Ferguson New Braunfels ISO and Kari Hutchison Comal If your club or organization news is not contact your school district or send your information to the Herald Zeitung by Mail 707 Landa New Braunfels 78130 Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com From wire reports LOCAL NEW BRAUNFELS AQUIFER AUTHORITY PROPOSES NEW RULES The Edwards Aquifer Authority has set a series of public hearings on proposed new rules for aquifer storage and These rules outline require ments for a permit to add water to the aquifer and how that water can be recaptured for later The hearing in New Braunfels will be conducted at 6 22 at the New Braunfels Civic 380 Also approved by the aquifer authority were new rules amend ing existing groundwater permit These amendments consist of minor changes and one major change that exempts federal facilities from the requirement to obtain a groundwater withdrawal All new rules are submitted for public TEXAS WACO BAYLOR UNIVERSITY CHIEF KEEPS POST Regents at Baylor University gave embattled President Robert Sloan an over whelming vote of confidence three days after the facul ty senate urged his The regents 314 vote capped a tumultuous week at the worlds largest Baptist where a basketball scandal and internal strife over a lOyearreform plan have fueled bitter debate over Sloans After the regents cheered as a 54yearold Baptist theologian who has head ed Baylor for eight were n to recall the weelafofpofissh support for his approached the microphone at a crowded news This has been a very long and hot and I have to say the whole experience has been a very humbling said flashing a wide smile after the Sloans job was called into ques tion after the summer slaying of 21yearold basketball player Patrick die arrest of for mer player Carlton Dotson on murder charges in Dennehys death and the ensuing disclosure of major NCAA violations in Bay lors basketball HOUSTON PERRY DEFENDS PARTISAN MOVE Rick Perry denied Friday the bipartisan spirit tout ed by his former governor and now President has been con sfJokesman for Kitty Hawk said The bottom line is that we had no reason to believe it was anything other than what it which was computer the crate contained 25 yearold Charles a 25yearold ping clerk at a New York ware journeyed overnight about 1500 miles by plane and delivery van before startling his parents by popping out of the box at their His journey included a stop at Kitty Hawk Cargos hub at Fort Wayne International where the crate into which he had climbed was placed on a plane bound for McKinley was charged Wednesday with stowing away on a cargo He could face up to a year in prison and a fine if laminated by the prolonged scrap between Democrats and Republicans over congressional redistricting and his repeated special legislative sessions to get a GOP plan My environments just as clean as it can Perry said after a Houston appearance where he pushed for passage of Proposition 12 on Saturdays election If its its poisoned by someone not on my NATION COMPANY SAYS IT FOLLOWED SHIPPING RULES A freight handler that unwittingly helped a man ship himself by air from New York to Dallas said it followed rou tine security Its impossible to screen every every Tim a CLARIFICATION A story that ran in Fridays ec tion of the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung misstated the emergency services provided by Emergency Services District BSD 3 pays for fire BSD 2 provides emergency medical BSD 2 is not seeking a sales TEXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot million LOTTO Jackpot million PICK 3 Day 4r47 TEXAS TWOSTEP 1516222429 CASH FIVE 78232627 CLICK Lottery numbers available at MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD GRAND JURY INDICTMENTS In the 11 edi the HeraldZeitung pub lished a list of 22 individuals who had been indicted by a Comal County Grand The HeraldZeitung inadver tently reported that the persons listed below had been None of the persons listed has been All the persons listed below are presumed inno cent until proven guilty in a court of The report should have read as follows The Comal County grand jury indicted the Jl Matthew possession of greater than 1 gram of a con trolled penalty group Mary unauthorized use of a motor evading arrest with a Kristopher sexual Donna evading arrest with a Joe aggravated assault on a peace aggravated Jason aggravated assault on a peace aggravated Noah John theft between and James impersonating a public robbery 2 Beau robbery 2 Cory robbery 2 Vincent possession of between 1 gram and 4 grams of a controlled penal ty Gregory Lee posses sion of between 4 ounces and 5 pounds of Joseph Lee possession of between 1 gram and 4 grams of a controlled penal ty group Michael Anthony pos session of between 28 grams and 200 grams of a controlled penalty gjoup Juan possession of between 5 pounds and 60 pounds of Mary Jane Sham credit Donald Gary forgery 7 Noah John failure to stop and render injury to a Renda theft by check between and Robert possession of less than 1 gram of a controlled sub penalty group David Michael COURT AT LAW The following were convicted in while license Motion torevpke probation James David posses sion of less than 2 ounces of Probation adjudicat James David posses sion of less than 28 grams of a controlled penalty Jesusita assault caus mischief between and Daniel Christian posses sion of less than 2 ounces of Daniel Christian harbor ing runaway Judy Kay theft by check Joshua Conan driving Marisela theft by btween and Marisela theft by check between and Timothy Patrick driving while i Ignacio Flores criminal mis chief between and Timothy Edward driving while license motion to revoke probation Timothy Edward posses sion of less than 2 ounces of motion to revoke pro bation Nativida Trevino theft by check between and Robert Andrew failure to stop and give Theresa Annette posses sion of less than 2 ounces of Veronica theft by check between and Probation Jose Tijerina driving while license Randall Glen driving while Motion to Randall Glen Goodale pos session of teas than 2 ounces of Motion to revoke pro baton Mario Valdez driving Jeffrey theft by check between and Probation Johnny Dale driving while Ernesto Campos possession of less than 2 ounces of Jose Gustavo driving while open alcohol Michael David failure to stop and render damage of or Ronald David illegal Erik David possession of less than 2 ounces of Randy Lee theft between and Motion to revoke probation Jason Dean criminal Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County charged the following between 11 Mary New theft between and Kevin motion to revoke Rodney Cedar expired license plates failure to change address on drivers Michael Canyon possession of between 4 and 200 grams of a controlled penalty group Michael W New failure to ing while license suspended fail to maintain financial respon theft less than Bobby fail ure to while license suspended failure to dis play operators license on demand failure to maintain financial responsibility theft between and Joshua Lake public intoxication resisting search Michael driving while Vicente New failure to maintain financial motion to revoke of less than 2 ounces of marijuana motion to revoke Jacob Sauceda New Moses New no drivers Sarai L New failure to in possession of anL ajcohpljc Adam New possession of between 2 and 4 ounces of Elida New unsafe speed posses sion of less than 1 gram of a controlled penalty group James San contempt of Jose L no drivers Jesus Tam San no drivers license failure to maintain financial responsibility expired inspectiori Ricky Tijerina Joe New probation to revoke between and wake doming chores Call your local water cxpcri and jiul CulljgM Man Pull Service uk Ihmrd I CTCT fa Pro ts ton tf itiulmuun 8306268791
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