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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 21, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                ACKPACK Tuesday October NEW BRAUNFELS ISO New Braunf els High School SAT testing department performs Dearly Departed time Locations Auditorium information Tickets are for students for adults NBISD Board of Trustees regular meeting Time 7 Location the Education Center Board Room New Braunfels Middle School Picture remakes will be taken Carl Schurz Elementary Picture day COMAL ISO IMS Writing retest will be held Tuesday begin ning at For seniors who have not passed TAAS writing Estimated time of test is four hours CISD schools will release early Tuesday for par entteacher conferences Elementary schools will release at secondary schools at Canyon Middle School Open house from to Tuesday NEW BRAUNFELS ISP Administrators meeting Time Location Education Center NBISD Behavior Support Group meeting Time 3 to Location Education Center Historical Room Lone Star Elementary Picture day t Memorial Intermediate Bookfair COMAL ISP TAAS mathematics retest will be held Wednes day beginning at For seniors who have not passed TAAS writing Estimated time of test is four hours CISD schools will release early Wednesday for parentteacher conferences Elementary schools willrelease of secondary schools at com Referees honor the flag as the Star Spangled Banner is played Ffiday at the Mew Bfaurrfeis High School football game From staff wire reports LOCAL NEW BRAUNFELS ULLOA TRIAL BEGINS The trial that would send an accused local drug peddler to prison for the rest of his life began Monday before 274th Judicial District Judge Gary Steel Former undercover narcotics investigator Pete Arroyo testified Monday that the target of anoth er drug investigation first took him to the home of Terry M Ulloa June in an attempt to purchase three ounces of marijuana Ulloa 45 faces up to two life terms in prison if convicted on allegations he possessed with intent to deliver marijuana methamphetamine and cocaine in a drugfree zone District Attorney Dib Waldrip and County Counsel Geoff Barr are prosecuting Ulloa who is being defended by attorney John Fox of San Antonio Ulloas trial resumes at 9 today in District Court TEXAS AUSTLN PERRY SOME CHIP FUNDS WILL BE RETORED Only weeks after Childrens Health Insurance Program benefits were reduced the state plans to restore some coverage for mental health and substance abuse services Gov Rick Perry announced X Texas legislators reduced men tal health benefits available under CHIP when they balanced the states budget this year Perry signed the budget bill and the mental health services were cut CANYON LAtCfl destroyed a Hedgestotte mdblle fiome early Sunday Canyon take CapV Danny Ray Said firefighters were called tb the residenci at lidO after a neighbor repotted f The neighbors islid they heard a they came outsidejitjwas fill Ray said The two firefighters whdfirst arrived at the scene found a glewide mobile home fully in the first crew mbunted a defensive attack tional help arrived it was took advantage of the benefits last year CHIP is the states lowcost health insurance program that serves children from families who make too much money to qualify for Medicaid In a statement issued by his office Perry said he took the action after consulting state leaders He said he has worked with Lt Gov David Dewhurst and House Speaker Tom Craddick to ensure that we use every dollar available for health care services in the manner that best meets the needs of Dewhurst after speaking at a conference Monday organized by the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation told news reporters he hadnt spoken with Perry about the restoration of the saMLSX Fire officials ireattempt V V eflfective Sept 1 Some children a month CHIP mental health benefits for the new year will Ukeiv Wt C l i i i I NATION WASHINGTON FEDERAL DEFICIT HITS RECORD BILLION The federal deficit soared to billion in 2003 the White House said Monday a record total that more than doubled last years and looked like a prelude to even Roomier numbers Because the shortfall marked an improvement from billion projection the White House made in July Bush administration officials cited it as evidence that their attempts to fortify the weak economy were working White House budget director Joshua Bolten conceded that worse fiscal numbers were on the horizon estimating the gap exceed billion even with the strengthening Bolten said spending restraint and policies aimed at bolster ing the economy can wrench the budget onto a course to halve deficits by WORLD BANGKOK Thailand NUCLEAR IMPASSE DOMINATES ECONOMIC President Bush pushed North Koreas nuclear threat to the forefront of a 21 nation summit Monday and the communist country shoved back with an attentiongrabbing rriis sile test Some complained security issues dominated the meetings stated economic agenda The leaders took up a major economic dispute and agreed to revive global trade liberalization talks that collapsed recently in Mexico They did not offer a for mula to break the impasse but directed negotiators go back to work the White House said The summit of AsiaPacific Economic Cooperation ends Tuesday with the leaders expected to pledge to intensify efforts to dismantle terror groups Australian Prime Minister John Howard a close ally said action is more important than words TEXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 711142141 13 BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot million PICK 3 CASH FIVE Day 085 Night 126 TEXAS TWOSTEP 4182932 16 110182235 CLICK Lottery Jqt numbers available at v I ri MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD ARRESTS Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the follow 17 and 20 Alfredo 0 Acevedo 28 New Braunfels expired drivers license Armando M Aleman 39 New C intoxication Fernando R Bazadula 27 San Antonjo publjc George R Bingham 22 New Braunfels driving while intoxi cated Richard B 37 Mc Cheryl L Bryan 43 New Braunfels while intoxicated third or more offense Teresa D Cain 47 San Antonio public intoxication assault by threat failure to appear David Carrera 52 New public intoxjcatigni Roel 0 Chapa 39 Donna fail ure to of service no child restraint seat Norman J Chicoine 40 Richmond failure to causing bodily injury to family Ronald Coffee 53 Blanco pro bation while intoxicated Xavier R Collazo 19 San Antonio failure to insurance failure to speeding German Escobedo 39 New no mirrors defective tail lamps inspection criminal npnsup Tamatha M Goode 37 Medina driving while intoxi cated presumption of theft by check theft by check between and theft by check between and unsafe speed no drivers license failure to maintain financial responsibility second Robert Guerra 36 San Antonio speeding failure to Dana Y Haag 28 San Antonio failure to identify to peace offi cer Charles 6 Hundley III 19 Bulverde criminal mischief between and tony L Inman 17 Spring Branch driving under the influ ence of minor in possession of a tobacco product failure to maintain responsibility Richard A James 19 San Antonio possession of less qunces of rnarijuana Jesse W Klaerner 21 Canyon Lake driving while intoxicated Darrell Landreau 45 violation Don C Leggitt 45 New Braunfels assault causing bod ily injury to family member 2 Richard J Little 18 Bulverde public Aaron Lopez 27 San Antonio 02 djivf Jjcense Phi D Ma 23 San Antonio possession pf less than 1 gram pf a controlled substance penalty grpup 1 possession of less than 1 gram pf a con trolled substance penalty John H Paez 17 San Antonio failure to of between 4 ounces and 5 pqundj of marijuana Isaac Perez 38 Spring Branch no drivers Richard Perez 26 New Braunfels driving while intoxi cated failure to maintain finan cia responsibility Omari S Perkins 27 Burnet speeding failure to signal with turn indicator violation of promise to appear Pamela J Pollock 49 New Braunfels driving while intoxi cated Ricky J Randle 33 New Braunfels assault causing bod ily violence pub licIntoxication Dagoberto RiveraRamos 25 San Juan De Sabinas speeding failure to maintain financial responsibility no dri vers license Angel G Rodriguez 48 Temple public intoxication Juan C Rodriguez 17 New Braunfels public intoxication failure to identify enhanced I Lone Star Theatres I MARKETPLACE 12 651 Business Lp IH 35 N 830 625 4400 driving while intoxicated first offense Michelle S Rodriguez 19 Robert Rodriguez 21 Seguin failure to identify as a fugitive motion to revoke Robert A Rodriguez 23 Canyon Lake evading detention Cesar A Salcedo 23 New Braunfels speeding violation of promise to appear Ernesto C Sanchez 39 New Braunfels unlawful possession Mary H Trevino 40 San Antonio driving while intoxi cated second teri A Tucker 22 Bulverde speeding 55 mph in a 35 Daniel Valdez 38 Floresville public intoxication Alfred Varela III 22 New Braunfels possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana evading resisting arrest search or Bennie L West 28 San Antonio while jicense suspended James D Schuler 35 failure to gbeyjcpmmitment terrence L Sherwood 43 Canyon Lake assault causes Leon C Whitfield 26 Canyon Lake possession of a prohibit ed weapon switchblade or possession of less than 1 gram of a controlled substance penalty group 1 Travis L Wiedenfeld 25 Comfort failure to maintain financial responsibility expired inspection sticker Travis J Wilke 19 New Braunfels public Gerald R Wood 38 New Braunfels Gregg Wright 19 New Braunfels possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana Jason W Skinner 18 Spring Branch motion to of less ounces of William Wfal9mentezll7l 9 Patrick Thouvenot 18 San Antonio assault causing bpdi lYJDMy to family member Q Is Proud to welcome back Julie Jordan We Now offer all breed grooming with show quality results You will find our facility clean and bur staff friendly Come give our new staff a try Groomen Julie Jordan all breed grooming 25 years experience 1389 Industrial Dr Suite D at corner of Gruene Road 6624 Hours MF Sat Closed Thurs Genoyeno Qamez 19 Austin speeding 96 mph in a 70 mph zone no drivers license failure tq maintiiin fiAsnciaJ PpJitp M 20 Seguin Itttering Rebecca Garcia 23 Sjguin pwb i no safety belt James T Maflar 52 New Braunfels driving while intoxi cated Johnny P Medina 35 the ft by check sjfedjrjg Joseph Mppriy 18 San ienjtp np drivers Ucensje rnjnpr in pf ajpp hoJic bever age J MiAnjdlaJiJ ift iragnfels mptipn to reypJse Sean Mf Gasparovic 23 possessjon of marij u ana Robert p Brajunfels issuance of a M Jose I Qviedp 8 San sticker to maintain to of i Dietz Memorial Company asks your patienee and eonstrwetion of owr still to m appointmt nt 707 Lands New Braunfels TH0130 830 6259144 lax 830 6251224 Published on Saimday Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Biaunlels HeraldZaitung IUSPS 377 8BDI 7P7 Unda Sweet or Qriwer 311328 New Btaunlels Comal County Texas 78131 1328 Periodical postage paid by iha New Braunfels MdZeiiung in Mew Brstiniuls Delivery Subscribers who have not received a news 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