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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 14, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                September ut of the ACKPACK NEW BRAUNFELS ISP New Brannfels High School Open House Time COMAL ISP Bidverde Elementary School Cafe plan enrollment Time BEST Smithson Valfdy High School flag line at COMAL ISP Rahe Primary School Cafe plan enrollment Time Comal Elementary School Character Education Assembly Time Rebecca Creek Elementary School Meeting with parents on love and logic Time COMAL ISP CISD progress reports Issued i Arlon Seay Intermediate School PTA general meeting Time WtlAI u Elementary AHEAP PTA house at 6 Thursday Rebecca Creek Elementary School Teacher Academy parent training at Thursday New Braunfels High School ROTC skills meet at Round Rock Saturday Canyon High School hosts UIL twirling competition Saturday New Braunfels High School Choir mock region at in the choir room Lamar Primary Help Us Beautify Our Courtyard parent work day from to Saturday Information for Out of the BACKPACK was taken from calendars posted on the Web of Braunfels ISO and 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 dis trict or send your informa tion to the HeraldZeitung by Mail 707 Landa New Braunfels 78130 Email bcreel@heraldzeitung.com, or bgrant@heraldzeitung.com From Wire reports LOCAL NEW BRAUNFELS BAIL SET ON SUSPECTS Comal County Magistrate Ellen Salyers set bail on drug suspect Jose Angel Ortiz at A county jail official said four of five suspects arrested in raids Thursday and Friday by the Comal County Metropolitan Narcotics Task Force remained in jail Saturday is charged with pos session and delivery of between 4 and 200 grams of a controlled substance in a drug free zone and tampering with physical evi If he faces up to 99 years in prison on the drug Bail on the other suspects Elvira charged with possession and delivery of between 4 and 200 grams of a controlled penalty group in a drug free Elida charged with possession of less than 1 of a controlled sub penalty group and unsafe arrested on charges of possession of between two and four ounces of TEXAS AUSTIN STATE MULLS TOUGHER TAKS STANDARDS The state Board of Education Friday voted to accept higher passing standards for students taking the Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills this school The 87 vote to accept a recom mendation to increase num bei of questions students are required to answer came a day after the board preliminarily vot ed to keep lower passing stan Board members were con cerned about the prospect of high failure rates on the TAKS One board member pointed to last years test in which 73 federal anel in South suit Democrats hoping tb thwart states congressional The Democrats Said they would appeal to the i HL The group argued thirid that Senate rule A881 changes by cans to further their redistricting effort vio lated federal CLICK The who Jqt Texas tened to two hours of oral argumentsThurs day in dis missed those claims but fT withheld a decision on an amend tary sanctions are suificiently legislative session oniylJP ed complaint of threats to arrest developed at this point to permit mire attended and gave Republi Democrats and require them to an informed it cans enough members to make a payfees for their foilure to appear is possible that future develop at a special legislative session on ments could also moot this Karedistrictingplanpassesthe The Democrats are opposed to it likely will end up in Instead of attending the second GOP efforts to redraw the states another court ins the next returned to Texas thisl vv4ek to of threatened and said they would atte t r f percent of all seventhgraders met the passing level for but only 62 percent would have met the higher levels set for this school The tougher TAKS test was implemented in Texas schools for the first time last NATION INDIANAPOLIS GOVERNOR DIES FIVE DAYS AFTER STROKE Frank who parlayed down home southern Indiana charm and consensusbuilding ability into mixed success as his states governor since died Satur five days after suffering a He was who fell ill Monday while attending a conference in died at Northwestern Memorial press secre tary Mary Dieter OBannon died at a statement from his press office Acting Joe Kernan was likely to be sworn in as governor later Dieter He had been serving as official act ing governor since The OBannons have three Jennifer and and five grandchil WORLD GENEVA POWELL TO ASSESS IRAQ RECONSTRUCTION Secre tary of State Colin Powell will get a firsthand look at the situation in assessing reconstruction efforts and the development of democracy after the war that ended the presidency of Saddam The State Department announced after Pow ells arrival in Geneva for talks with the permanent members of the Security that the secretary planned to go to Iraq and Kuwait before returning to The departments statement did not specify when the trip Before leaving Powell cited progress toward a new resolution on but made clear that major differ ences remained with France and probably Russia on how and when to give Iraqis responsibility to run their As permanent both countries can veto resolutions proposed to the Security Hurricane Isabel returns to Category 5 strength MIAMI AP Hurricane Isabels sustained winds increased to 160 mph Satur day as the Category 5 hurri cane swirled ominously clos er to the East hurricane had earlier been lowered to a Category 4 storm after its sustained winds fell to 150 It was reclas sified after a hurricane hunter plane flew into the eye to measure its intensity Satur day A hurricane hits the top of the SaffirSimp son hurricane scale when its winds reach 156 The powerful storm was still several days from and forecasters were unsure if it would strike the United computer models predicted it would turn toward the Car OM THI WIBi National Hurricane Center olinas over the next five Its not but things are looking more ominous than yesterday for the East National Hurricane Center meteorologist Eric Blake said At 5 Isabel was centered about 375 miles northeast of San Puerto and moving westnorth west at 12 Forecasters expected it to continue that movement until Sunday after Large ocean swells and dan gerous surf conditions were forecast for the Leeward Islands in the northeastern And the State Department issued a travel warning Friday advising tourists to avoid the Bahamas because of the The National Hurricane Centers fiveday forecast for Isabel put the hurricane roughly 200 miles east of the North CarolinaSouth Caroli na border early if it makes a predicted turn to the But hurricanes can be and long range forecasts have large possibilities for Forecasters said Hurricane Isabel could still strike any where from north Florida through the and officials warned East Coast residents to be They expected to know more about the potential direction of the storm late this To the person who turned in my purse at WalMart 9403 THANK YOU May you always have Gods perfect HOW TO CONTACT US HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New TX7BI30 830 fat 6251224 Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS 377 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Tetas 76131 Periodical postage paid by the New Sraunfels HeraldZeiiung in New Suhicriptiei rttii Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties Three Sij One Hi Mail delivery outside Comal County in Twas These 3 Sit I Qtw Wail outside Teus Sin 6 ID Postmaster Send addfess changes to the Brauntels Drawer New Dtfimy MS Subscribers who have not received a news paper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can calf 830 Sttff directory Dili Editor and Publisher 201 Gary Managing Editor 220 Hiithtr Business Manager 202 Liii Composing Manager in 206 IschiaieietiBjald Mitry Commercial Printing and Information Systems 6255232 Pioduction Manager 6256232 aw Circulation Manager 228 CiirUiy Advertising Manager Eit 208 Classified call 215 Display call ML 208 engajamem and anniver call Clinical at UCOuvfc DM feveatod proven ei tor altorgy Contra Central Vacuum Systems 760 Antonio EETOCARDSAQUIFER AUTHORITY NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON FISCAL YEAR 2004 BUDGET OF THE EDWARDS AQUIFER AUTHORITY Texas Parks Wildlife the Edwards Aquifer Authority Authority gives notice that it will be conducting public hearings to receive comments on the General Manager s Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year The purpose of the public hearings is to provide interested members of the public the opportunity to appear and provide oral or written comments to the Authority related to the including the parts of the budget related to the implementation of chapter Texas Parks Wildlife Code relating to Habitat Protection by Political The comments will be considered by the Authority prior to adoption of the Fiscal Year 2004 budget which is planned to occur no earlier than the November meeting of the Edwards Aquifer Authority Board of These hearings will be held at the following times and locations Date October Time Location Edwards Aquifer Authority 1615 Marys Street San Texas Date October Time Location Willie DeLeon Civic Center 300 Main Street Texas October 2003 Time Location New Braunfels Civic Center 380 New Texas Copies of the proposed budget may be obtained by calling 210 2222204 or 18002921047 visiting the offices of the Authority at 1615 Marys San Texas 78215 or on the Authority s website at Curry Program Manager Administration Ed wards Aquifer Authority   

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