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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 23, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A — Herald-Zeitung — Thursday, October 23, 2003 Out of the BACKPACK I NEW BRAUNFELS ISD NBISD meeting for nurses Time: 2:30 p.m. Location: The Education Center library NEWS DIGEST Herald-Zeitung To have your event publicized, contact News Editor Brady Creel at 625-9144, ext. 221, or by e mail at [email protected] com The Smithson Valley cheerleaders watch marching bands perform at halftime during a Friday-night football game. Memorial Primary School German Band visits school Time: 1st grade classes, 9:15 to 9:45 a.rn.; pre-K and kindergarten classes, 9:45 to 10:15 a. rn. • • • Memorial Intermediate School FTA meeting and fourth grade music program Time: 6:30 p.m. • II New Braunfels High School — Picture retakes — Tickets on sale for Unicorns vs. Dripping Springs football game Friday night in Dripping Springs Time:8a.m. to3p.m. Information: Call 625-6272 • • • COMAL ISD TMS reading retest will be held Thursday, beginning at 8 a. rn. For seniors who have not passed TMS writing. Estimated time oftest is four hours. • • • C1SD schools will release early Wednesday for parent-teacher conferences. Elementary schools will release at 1:30 p.m.; secondary schools at 2 p.m. tot Hoffman Lane Elementary School Bookfair Time: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. t t t Rebecca Creek Elementary School Scholastic Book Fdir Time: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. • • • Canyon Middle School "Those Crazy Ladies" theater arts performance Time:? p.m. Location: Cafeteria You should know: The play lasts for about 90 minutes. From staff, wire reports DALLAS TEXAS DEMOCRATS DONATE $230,000 TO PARTY — Since the redistricting fight erupted last spring, 13 of the 17 Texas Democrats in Congress have donated more than $230,000 to the state Democratic party and a political fund dedicated to reelecting state lawmakers. Quarterly financial reports filed by the congressional Democrats last week show they donated $141,000 from their campaign funds to the state Democratic Party, The Dallas Morning News reported in Wednesday’s editions. The contributions ranged from $5,000 from Reps. Nick Lampson of Beaumont and Sheila Jackson Lee of Houston to $50,000 from Rep. Martin Frost of Arlington, dean of the delegation. “I think all of us have realized that if you’re 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 folks,’ “ said Rep. Gene Green of Houston, who has given $15,000 to the state party this summer and another $25,000 to the Majority Political Action Committee of Texas, or MPACX formed this year to re-elect Democrats to the Texas House. The reports also show that nine of the Democrats sent checks Crime Stoppers tips lead to arrest of two area teens Two New Braunfels youths arrested in September were taken into custody again Tuesday — for an alleged burglary. Justin T. Cooke, 17, and Christopher J. McGreevy, 18, were arrested at Canyon High School and booked into Comal County Jail for the alleged burglary of a home. Both were being held on $50,000 bail. The pair were among five suspects charged in September with criminal mischief in connection with a series of break-ins at construction sites in New Braunfels, Garden Ridge, Schertz and totaling $91,200 to MPACX formed this year as a counterbalance to various GOP political action committees. N AT I O N NEW YORK PRIVATELY INSURED PATIENTS' USE OF EMERGENCY ROOM RISES — People with insurance are increasingly using emergency rooms, even for non-urgent care, a study found — perplexing experts who thought the uninsured were the chief reason for ER overcrowding. Emergency room visits jumped Comal County. The teens were free on bail when they allegedly burglarized another home Oct. 14. Comal County Sheriff’s Detective Sgt. Tommy Ward said the new arrests came after several people called Comal County Crime Stoppers in connection with an investigation into anoth-er crime. “Crime Stoppers enabled us to make these arrests,” Ward said, “We’ve recovered all the property in this incident.” Assistant District Attorney Joe Soane said the investigation is continuing. to an average of 107.7 million a year in 2001 and 2000, up 16.3 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 room rose 24.3 percent to 43.3 million Visits over that six-year period. People covered by Medicare, the government insurance for the elderly, visited the ER 16 million times, a IO percent increase. t Visits by uninsured patients rose 10.3 percent to 18 million, while those by patients covered by Medicaid, the government program for the poor, were flat at 18.4 million. WORLD VATICAN CITY POPE DEFERS SOME DUTIES TO CARDINALS — A new image of the papacy emerged this week as an increasingly frail Pope John Paul ll marked 25 years as head of the Roman Catholic Church: a pope who was on hand and alert for ceremonies, but who left it to a few trusted aides to deliver his homilies, celebrate his Masses and sing his prayers. As John Paul looked on, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger, the Vatican’s orthodoxy watchdog and deans of the cardinals, celebrated a final Mass on Wednesday with the 30 new cardinals John Paul installed, formally capping the pope's weeklong anniversary celebrations. TOUB* LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $11 million 7-11-14-21-41 (13) BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $13 million 6-24-27-32-44 (41) BB PICK 3 Day Night TEXAS TWO-STEP 6-12-21-27 (32) 3-3-9 6-2-3 CASH FIVE _ 3-25-27-33-37 Lottery numbers available at texaslottery.com :lick b Matters of Pubic Record ARRESTS f$0i Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the following between Oct. 21 and 22: Justin T. Cooke. 17. New Braunfels, burglary of a habitation. Victor H. Cornejo, 19, New Braunfels, no motorcycle operator s license: failure to maintain financial responsibility. Brian Davis. 19. Seguin, motion to proceed with adjudication/criminal trespass. Gladys Garcia. 27. New Braunfels, making alcoholic beverages available to a minor: speeding — 62 mph in a 45 mph zone. Isaac Hernandez, 18. New Braunfels, burglary of a habitation. Mark A. Hernandez, 35. Houston, criminal nonsupport. Brian R Hilt, 23, Spring Branch, failure to appear/possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana. Roland Leos, 33, New Braunfels, evading arrest/detention: reckless damage or destruction. Thomas L. Lewis, 22, New Braunfels, public intoxication. Christopher J. McGreevy. 18, New Braunfels, burglary of a habitation. Jason M. Nicholson, 19, Universal City, driving while intoxicated. Scot A. Richel, 45. Canyon Lake, violation of protective order. Valentin Rodriguez Jr., 35, purchase or furnish alcohol to a minor. Jennifer Salazar, 23, San Marcos, failure to appear; failure to maintain financial responsibility; no driver's license. Steven Santos. 27, San Antonio, no driver s license; failure to maintain financial responsibility; expired license plates. Baldomero J. Sifuentes, 25. Harlingen, speeding — 65 mph in a 55 mph zone. Anjanet Y. Silguero, 19. New Braunfels, theft less than $50; j>\ Do>\ DqSV    Dq>\ D^\ Dq% Is Proud to welcome back Julie Jordan. We Now offer Q, all breed grooming with show quality results. You will^^ find our facility clean and our staff friendly. Come give our new staff a try    Q, Groomer: Julie Jordan all breed grooming 25 years experience 1389 Industrial Dr. Suite D    (830)626-NOAH    ^ (at corner of Gruene Road)    (6624)    ^ Hours: M-F 7:30-5:30 • Sat. 8:30-4:30 minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage. Bruce A. Smith, 38, Canyon Lake, driving while intoxicated. Adam G. Stewart. 19. no address, theft less than $50; consumption of an alcoholic beverage by a minor. BUILDING PERMITS The following building permit applications were filed between Oct. 13 and Oct. 17 with the New Braunfels city planner s office. Continental Homes, 2536 Hunt St., single family residence with fence. $113,685 KB Home, 386 Copper Point Dr., new residence with fence. $103,000 Centex Homes. 2023 Dragon Trail, single family residence with fence. $125,125 Centex Homes. 610 Duke Bend, single family residence with fence. $89,375 Varni Roofing, 2261 Normandy Grace, reroof, $5,000 River City Builders, 900 Loop 337, interior remodeling, $200,000 Rob Wright Builders Inc., 628 South Bus 35, new construction, $120,000 JRO Construction, 1105 N. Loop 337, new commercial addition, $111,000 Randy Haugh. 2732 Big Oak. dentists office. $385,000 Mission Homes, 2132 Stone Haven, single family residence. $115,390 Paxton Brown, 457 Landa St. Ste. I, remodel existing dentist office, $42,000 David Hahn, 397 Willow, addition, $31,500 S8D Builders. 2167 Bentwood, single family residence. $64,240 Leonila Valdez, 244 E. Torrey, bedroom additional. $7,500 River City Builders, 33 Laurel Trail, new residence with fence, $280,000 Ftob Wright Builders Inc., 311 Texas 306, remodel, $6,000 Continental Homes, 2539 Dove Crossing Dr., single family residence with fence, $116,930 MIM ll I ill! {*30-n23-42: FRI. • OCT. 24th • 9pm DARRELL SCOTT SAT. • OCT. 25th • 9pm ONE LICHT TOWN SUN. • OCT. 26th • 2pm HNI COUNTRY HAYRIDE BIRTHDAY BASH WED • OCT. 29th • 9pm “BACKPORCH WEDNESDAYS11 BLEU EDMONDSON Open Mio w/Gerald Amstutz H Every Thursday @ 9pm ■ uJnTsta^heatresl MARKETPLACE 12 651 Business Lp IH 35 N (830) 625 - 4400 Credit Card! AtttytriP at Bm Cf Concettism*! 4~l8y Mvmcb Tickets Bin Bi Brit HIM Wit WWW.STARPLEX12.COM New Braunfels . HERALD-ZEITUNG Find out each morning with the Herald-Zeitung. For more information or to subscribe call 625.9144 today. 2003-21 Football Capture football memories from your favorite local team in photographs! 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