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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 2, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas OCTOBER 20M fill KiTl SOUTHUEST 2627 F YAHDEil OR El fflSO R ADC 8fl GRADE The Smithson Valley Rangers get a but the offense and special teams run it In for an A on Making the Page 5A DEM GUYS Molly Ivins suggests the fellows and lady the Democratic Party has fielded arent that Page 4A 2 sections CLICK 3B Partly cloudy High Low 83 58 Details 18 DEAR ABBY CLASSIFIEDS COMICS 26 CROSSWORD 2B FORUM 4A APKAUSE 4B SPORTS 64A TV GRtOS 3B Of Police say he has hindered search for missing boy By Ron Maloney Staff Writer The grandfather of a missing 6year old New Braunfels boy has joined his wife in the Comal County Edward of San Antonio was arrested Wednesday for allegedly hindering the investigation into the disappearance of Jeremy If the charge is a thirddegree felony punishable by two to 10 years in state In issuing the warrant for the arrest of His Margaret Louise who goes by the name has been sitting in Comal County Jail for two weeks after allegedly spending nearly a year on the lam with daughter Suzanne DeWalt and her Her bail is Officials are still looking for DeWalt and the Suzanne DeWalt allegedly fled with her son rather than turn him over to her Michael A Comal County jury awarded cus tody of the boy to his father at the con clusion of a weeklong trial in New Suzanne DeWalt had leveled sexual abuse allegations against her exhus band that state and federal inves tigators determined were No charges were ever filed against Michael District Attorney Dib Waldrip said the charge was lodged against Edward Kearns because of tiis alleged involve ment in the disappearance of the Without going into the specific I will just say the investigation has revealed facts which we have corrobo rated through a number of sources mat Keams pleas on TV in the media as to his lack of knowledge of what pened on Get were SUNDAY FRONTand CENTER Photos by DAVID On a cool Saturday morning at a field off fM As the sun pilot Rick Smith says over the sky comes alive with the sound of power chute the aircraft Welcome to my As the sun comes a New Braunfels hobby is By Dylan Jimdnez Staff Writer Learning how to fly a powered parachute is more exciting than fly ing helicopters for the Gilbert Torres Theres nothing between the pilot and the open there in a Torres Powered parachutes are light aircraft they weigh only a few hundred pounds and look like The hobby is an airborne so to attracting peo ple from all walks of The hobby attracts peo ple looking for a slow ride something they can learn to fly And they This thing is the easiest thing for anyone to learn how to said Chip Ander instructor at Texas Pow ered Parachutes Torres has been up in the small opencockpit aircraft Hes about halfway to flying on his Hes nervous but anxious to get in the pilots seat It seems he But Ive never done The first flight can be a lit tle instructors The 520squarefoot para chute acts like the aircrafts so flying is dependent on the wind and Warm pockets and gusts of wind pan make the ride so earlymorning and lajteaftewpon condi tions are ideal for When Torres went up the second he started to feel But he says its a ton of Instructors dont fly first timers at more than 10 miles hour or in gusty And its unsafe to fly in winds more than 15 miles an hour or in they AS waiter so S flying spa son for powered colder it the ter perferinanjpe you get out of the said Tony instructor New in o OA i CHUT6 3A chute heads south from a Early morning and late evening m the bast times is 99 9 Saturday of lighj air Krueger rails US invasion of Iraq By Ron Maloney Staff Writer SAN MARCOS Bob Krueger Wednesday night said the United States interven tion in Iraq was wrong and doomed to failure if the effort to rebuild the country is not multi of New Braun was the fall speaker in the Lyndon Baines John son distin guished lec ture series at Texas State UniversityBob Krueger San His topic When Should the United States Intervene A look at Foreign Policy Yes Today and About 300 attended the talk conducted in the LBJ Student In his who was target of an assassination attempt for advocating human rights when he was ambassador to Burundi in the exam ined three opportunities for intervention by the United They were the Marshall Plan for reconstruction of Europe after World War See Page 3A Everywhere you want to be County jail accepting Visa cards By Ron Maloney Staff Writer If you go to Comal County youd better bring your Visa or because they dont accept American Sheriff Bob Holder announced Wednesday those who are taken to the jail for unpaid fines or class C misdemeanors are now able to pay by credit Its This is going to streamjine our ability to release some of the citizens who are incarcerated on minor viola Holder Im in favor of anything that can help make this transition run more Suspects will not be able to say charge if when it comes to Jill Adjnjnistrator pavid Ott said bail would soil have to be posted by cash or Its Qi C OJt The jail began looking at using See JAIL Page 3A
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