New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 7, 2003, Page 2

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October 07, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A — Herald-Zeitung — Tuesday, October 7, 2003 Out of the BACKPACK NEW BRAUNFELS ISD Health Advisory Committee Time: 8 a.m. Location: Education Center Library • • • Math Vertical Team meetings Time: Secondary teachers meet from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.: elementary teachers meet from 4:15 to5:15p.m Location: Education Center Board Room • • • Science Vertical Team meetings Time: Secondary teachers meet from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m.; elementary teachers meet from 4:15 to5:15p.m Location: Education Center Board Room I • I New Braunfels High School Choir Booster Club meeting Time: 7p.m. Location: Choir room • • • New Braunfels High School Band Boosters meeting Time: 7:30 p.m. • • • Lamar Primary Picture day. COMAL ISD Bill Brown Elementary School Family reading night Time: 5 p.m. for about two hours NEW BRAUNFELS ISD Lamar Primary Individuals picture day. - , _ NBISD and COMAL ISD Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Shadow Program with both school systems participating NEWS DIGEST Herald-Zeitung To have your event publicized, contact News Editor Brady Creel at 6259144, ext. 221, or by e mail at bcreel§herald zeitung. com Young Life members gather for a "Club” meeting. From staff, wire reports LOCAL NEW BRAUNFELS DRUG TRIAL POSTPONED — Judge Charles Ramsay postponed the trial of a 45-year-old New Braunfels man who faces up to two life terms in prison on drug and weapon charges. District Attorney Dib Waldrip said Terry M. Ulloa’s trial, which was to begin today, would be reset because his attorney, John Fox of San Antonio, called in ill Monday. Fox last week sought a postponement of the trail that Ramsay refused. The trial, based on Ulloa’s arrest in July 2000, has been delayed numerous times by pretrial motions and by the defendant’s alleged bail-jumping. Ulloa is charged with eight drug-related allegations and theft of a firearm. The drug-free zone allegation is that the offenses occurred within 1,000 feet of a Head Start program located in the 2900 block of Interstate 35 South. If convicted, Ulloa faces at least two consecutive sentences of 15 to 99 years in prison. Accident shuts down interstate AUSTIN WHATS AHEAD ■ COMAL ISO — Open house Thursday at Specht Elementary School grades 1,3 and 5 from 5 to 5:45 p.m. and grades K, 2.4.6 and special education from 5:45 to 6:30 p.m. LEGISLATORS PONDER MOVING PRIMARY ELECTION — Texas’ Republican leaders seem to have no qualms about taking y Texas out of the “Super Tuesday” primary next year in order to incorporate still-developing What could have been a slippery situation closed southbound Interstate 35 in New Braunfels for more than eight hours Sunday. New Braunfels Police Sgt. Mike Rutherford said a semi-rig hauling a load of liquid dish detergent struck temporary construction barriers about 10:15 a.m. Sunday on southbound Interstate 35 just north of Walnut Avenue. The driver was treated for , minor injuries at McKenna Memorial Hospital and was changes in congressional lines onto the ballot. As Republican House and Senate negotiators continue to toil over a district map that would put more GOP candidates in the Texas congressional delegation, time is running out for Republicans who want to ensure their map is reflected on the next election ballot. At the Texas Capitol Monday, U.S. Rep. Tom DeLay met with House SpeakerTom Craddick and representatives from Gov. Rick Perry’s office in hopes of urging a compromise. Secretary of State Geoff Connor has said if a redistricting map wasn’t in place by Monday released, Rutherford said. Southbound 1-35 was closed until 6:30 p.m. while crews cleaned up spilled diesel fuel and removed the semi-rig. None of the soap was spilled, Rutherford said. Traffic was diverted off the interstate at the New Braunfels Marketplace. Southbound vehicles got back on the highway at Rueckle Road. Additional police officers and sheriffs deputies were called to assist directing traffic through the detour. the Texas primary would have to be postponed, though the Legislature could vote to change several key deadlines. N ATI O N WASHINGTON HOUSE IRAQ PACKAGE DROPS CONTROVERSIAL ITEMS - House Republicans offered an $86.7 billion package for Iraq and Afghanistan on Monday, largely following President Bush’s proposal but abandoning his ' plans to spend money in Iraq for ZIP and area codes, new garbage trucks and restoring marshlands. T he bill represents the House GOP’s approach to Bush’s $87 billion measure. In the biggest change, the House measure pares the $20.3 billion Bush wants for rebuilding Iraq to $18.6 billion. But it adheres to the president’s plan to make the expenditures a grant financed by the U.S. TVeasury, despite demands to structure the spending as loans Iraq eventually would have to repay. From Bush’s request, the House version drops $50 million for traffic police; $300 million for prisons; and $153 million that included money to buy garbage trucks for $50,000 apiece. Also dropped from Bush’s request is $100 million for restoring Iraq’s marshlands; $13 million for ZIP and area codes; $100 million to build seven public housing communities; and $150 million to begin building a new children’s hospital in Basra. C L A R I F I C AT I O N A story in Sunday’s Herald-Zeitung misstated the telephone number for Sandy Morales, who is running for Precinct 3 constable. The correct number is 629-5063. The paper regrets the error. TIXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $8 million 23-24-30-37-38 (19) BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $10 million 14-23-26-33-38 (42) BB PICK 3 Day Night 2-7-7 4-5-9 TEXAS TWO-STEP 1-11-16-34 (16) CASH FIVE 5-6-14-16-22 click Lottery numbers available at texaslottery com : LICK b Matters of Public RecordHEAR WELL AGAIN ARRESTS w Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the follow ing between Oct. 3 and 6, 2003: Ronald D. Adams, 35, Cedar Park, driving while intoxicated. Peggy C. Andrews, 49, San Antonio, public intoxication. Michael J. Barber, 19, Baton Rouge, no safety belt; failure to appear/no safety belt; failure to yield right of way at stop sign; failure to appear/failure to yield right of way at stop sign. David A. Baumgartner, 45, San Marcos, commitment/ motion to revoke probation/ driving while intoxicated, sec ond offense; failure to appear/mofion to revoke probation/driving while license suspended (2 charges). Danny A. Beck, 50, San Marcos, public intoxication. Deana M. Boyd, 20, San Marcos, theft between $500 and $1,500. Santos L. Canales, 36, San Marcos, evading arrest/deten tion with vehicle. Michael J. Carrasco, 27, New Braunfels, public intoxication. Cruz A. Carrillo, 17, New Braunfels, bicycle not equipped with light; failure to appear; no driver's license; failure to maintain financial responsibility; violation of promise to appear. Craig D. Eckler, 18, Pearland, theft under $50; public intoxi cation. David P. Eichholtz, 49, New Braunfels, parole violation. Michelle M. Ekhoul, 26, com mitment/motion to revoke probation/aggravated robbery; aggiavated robbery. Julio C. Escobar, 26, Austin, driving while intoxicated. Cecilia S. Flores, 19, San Marcos, theft between $500 and $1,500. Raymond Gomez, 40, San Antonio, no driver's license. Adan Guerrero, 57, Marion, theft less than $50 with previous convictions. Daniel J. Hanford, 24, New Braunfels, public intoxication. John B. Harford, 31, Beaver, W. Va., public intoxication. Jean A. Herrera, 57, Live Oak, theft by check between $20 tind $500. Christopher C. Holt, 28, Wimberley, issuance of a bad check; failure to appear; failure to maintain financial response bilify. Janice S. Ivey, 47, Canyon Lake, driving while intoxicated. Andrea N. Johnson, 23, New Braunfels, duty on striking unattended vehicle. Jefferson D. Kapellas, 32, New Braunfels, violation of protective order (2 charges); terrors tic threat. Clinton W. Lee, 24, San Antonio, commitment/driving while license suspended. Salvador P. Leon, 17, New Braunfels, injury to a child with intent to cause serious bodily injury. David Madrigal, 37, speeding. Nelson W. Mahan, 45, Canyon Lake, violation of clean air act. Jessica R. Nickols, 23, San Marcos, no driver's license; failure to maintain financial responsibility; theft less than $50. Pedro Ordones Jr., 28, New Braunfels, public intoxication. Maria M. Paredez, 19, New Braunfels, theft less than $50. Jeffrey S. Perryman, 27, San Antonio, driving while intoxicated. Sean E. Powell, 23, Canyon Lake, theft between $50 and $500. Antonio Ramirez, 32, New Braunfels, public intoxication. Michael C. Stanley, 21, Garland, driving while license suspended; failure to maintain financial responsibility; possession of drug paraphernalia. James B. Sutherland, 30, Canyon Lake, public intoxication. Alfred Varela III, 22, New Braunfels, no rabies vaccination; no city license tag. Bobby J. Vasquez, 29, San Marcos, speeding — 40 mph in a 20 mph zone. John D. Wheeler, 20, Seguin, motion to revoke probation/aggravated assault causing serious bodily injury. Ivey T. Yancy, 40, New Braunfels, assault causing bodily injury/family violence. Prayer to The Holy Spirit Oh Holy Spirit, thou art all knowing, who brightens every path that I may reach my ideal, thou who giveth me the divine gift for forgiving and forgetting wrongs done unto me and who in every instant of my life art with me. 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