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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 23, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page Thursday October ACKPACK NEW BRAUNFELS ISO NB1SD meeting for nurses Location The Education Center library Memorial Primary School German Band visits school Time 1st grade classes to 94S pre K and kindergarten classes to Memorial Intermediate School PTA meetingand fourth grade music program Time New Braunf els High School retakes Tickets on sale for Unicorns vs Dripping Springs football game Friday night in Drip ping Springs Time to 3 Information Call 6256272 COMAL ISP TMS reading retest will be held Thursday 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 will release at secondary schools at Hoffman Lane Elementary School Bookfair Time to Rebecca Creek Elementary School ScholasticBookfair Time to 4 Canyon Middle School Those Crazy Ladies theater arts performance Time 7 Location Cafeteria You should know The play lasts for about 90 minutes The gmithsoii Valtey cheerleader wateh marching bands per form at halftime during a Fridaynight fastball game Prom staff wire reports TEXAS DALLAS TEXAS DEMOCRATS DONATE TO PARTY Since the redistricting fight erupted last spring 13 of the 17 Texas Democrats in Congress have donated more than to the state Democratic party and a political fund dedicated to re electing state lawmakers Quarterly financial reports filed by the congressional Democrats last week show they donated from their campaign funds to the state Democratic Party The Dallas Morning News reported in Wednesdays editions The contributions ranged from from Reps Nick Lampson of Beaumont and Sheila Jackson Lee of Houston to from Rep Martin Frost of Arlington dean of the delegation v I think all of us have realized that if youre going to be in the battle you have to be there with everything you can So sure we talked with each other and said We need to help these said Rep Gene Green of Hous ton who has given the state party this summer and another to the Majority Political Action Committee of Texas or MPACT formed this year to reelect Democrats to the Texas House The reports also show that nine of the Democrats sent checks while those by patients covered by Medicaid the government program for the poof were flat at million totaling to MPACT formed this year as a counterbal ance to various GOP political action committees NATION NEW YORK PRIVATELY INSURED PATIENTS USE OF EMERGENCY ROOM RISES People with insurance are increasingly using emergency rooms even for nonrurgent care a study found perplexing experts who thought the unin sured were the chief reason for ER overcrowding Emergency room visits jumped to an average of million a year in 2001 and 2000 up percent from 1996 and 1997 Most of the increase came from insured patients according to the Center for Studying Health System Change aWashington think tank Privately insured patients use of the emergency roonirose percent to million iasits over that sixyear period People cov ered by Medicare the govern ment insurance for the elderly visited the ER 16 million times a 10 percent Visits by uninsured patients rose percent to 18 million WORLD VATICAN CITY POPE DEFERS SOME DUTIES TO CARDINALS A new image of the papacy emerged his week as an increasingly frail Pope John Paul II marked 25 years as head of the Roman Catholic Church a pope who was on hand and alert for ceremonies but it to a few trusted aides to deliver his homilies celebratehis Masses and sing his prayers As John Paul looked on Cardi nal Joseph Ratzinger the Vati cans orthodoxy watchdog and deans of the cardinals celebrated a final Mass on Wednesday with the 30 new cardinals John Paul installed formally capping the popes weeklong anniversary cel ebrations TEXAS LOTTERY Jackpot million 711142141 13 BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 624273244 41 BB PICK 3 CASH FIVE Day 339 j 325273337 Night 623 I TEXAS TWOSTEP 6122127 32 CLICK Lottery numbers available at MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD ARRESTS mm Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the following v Justin T Cooke Braunfels burglary of a habita Victor H Cornejo 19 New Braunfels no motorcycle opera tors license failure to maintain financial Brian Davis 19 Seguin motion to proceed with trespass Gladys Garcia 27 New Braunfels making alcoholic bev erages available to a minor speeding 62 mph in a 45 mph zone Roland Leos 33 New Braunfels evading reck less damage or destruction Thomas L Lewis 22 New Braunfels public intoxication Christopher J McGreevy 18 i burglary of a habitation Isaac Hernandez 18 New Braunfels burglary of a habita tion Mark A Hernandez 35 Houston criminal nonsupport Brian R Hilt 23 Spring Branch failure to of less than 2 ounces of Jason M 19 Universal City driving while intoxicated Scot A Richel 45 Canyon Lake violation of protective order Valentin Rodriguez 35 pur chase or furnish alcohol to a minor Jennifer Salazar 23 San Marcos failure to appear failure to maintain financial responsibilh ty no drivers license Steven Santos 27 San Antonio no drivers license failure to maintain financial responsibility expired license plates Baldomero J Sjfuentes 25 Harlingen speeding 65 mph in a 55 mph zone Anjanet Y Silguero 19 New Braunfels theft less than minor in possession of an alco holic beverage Bruce A Smith 38 Canyon Lake driving while intoxicated address theft less ij consumption beverage by a minor ubm Haven single family residence Paxton Brown 457 Landa St Ste I remodel existing dentist office David Hahn 397 Willow addi Lone Star Theatres MARKETPLACE 12 651 Business Lp IH 35 N 830 625 4400 Noah Says Come to the Ark BUILDING PERMITS The following building permit applications were filed between Oct 13 and Oct 17 with the New Braunfels city planners Continental Homes 2536 Hunt single family residence with fence KB Home 386 Copper Point new residence with fence Centex Homes 2023 Dragon Trail single family residence with fence Centex Homes 610 Duke Bend single family residence with fence Varni Roofing 2261 Normandy Grace reroof River City Builders 900 Loop 337 interior remodeling Builders 2167 Bentwood single family residence Leonila Valdez 244 E Torrey bedroom additional River City Builders 33 Laurel Trail new residence with fence Rob Wright Builders 311 Texas 306 remodel Continental Homes 2539 Dove Crossing single family resi dence with fence virscriiun WMSTARPLEXttCOM NEW BRAUNFELS HERALDZEITUNG Find out each morning with the HeraldZeitung For more information or to subscribe 8306254255 FRI OCT 24th 9pm DARRELL SCOTT Is Proud to welcome back Julie Jordan We Now offer all breed grooming with show quality results You will find our facility clean and our staff friendly Come give our new staff a try Groomer Julie Jordan all breed grooming 25 years experience 1389 Industrial Dr Suite D at corner of Gruene Road 6624 Hours MF Sat Closed Thurs Rob Wright Builders 628 South Bus 36 new construction JRD Cpnstruction 1105 N Loop 337 new commercial addition Randy Haugh 2732 Big Oak dentists office Mission Homes 2132 Stone SAT OCT 25th 9pm NE LIGHT TOWN SUN OCT 26th 2pm HILL COUNTRY HAYRIM BIRTHDAY BASH WED OCT 29th 9pm BACKPORCH WEDNESDAYS BLEU EDMONDSON open Mlc Amstut I Every Thursday 9pm HOW TO CONTACT US 707 Landa New Rtaunlels T7913Q 1830 B259144 IM 0 626P4 Published on Saturday Sunday morning and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunlels HeraldZeitung JUSPS 377 707 Landa Street or Drawer 311328 New Biaunfels Comal County Texas 1328 Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Btaunfels Tejias Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadajupe couniies Three 3 monihs mDnths One year Mail delivery outside Comal County in Tews Thiee manths Six 16 mpths Delivery Subscribers who have not received a news paper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 1 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 6259144 Stiff directory Tuiy Editor and Pyblisher hi Siiy f Managing Editor 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