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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page October BACKPACK COMAL ISP flu clinics will be held at CISD Times attd Locations High School Costper at Frazier Elementary to andArlon Seay Intermediate School to Rebecca Creek Elementary Canine unit assemblies Time PreK through second grades at third through sixth grades at 11 Rahc Butverde Elementary Second grade pumpkin program Time Location Bulverde Elementary School gym nasium Canyon Middle School Fall band concert Time Location Commons SniithsonVfcllcy High School Community meeting to meet superintendent finalist Nancy Fuller Time 7 to Location Smithson ValleyHigh Theater NEW BRAUNFELS ISO Seele Elementary Vision screening New Braunfels High School department performs Dearly Departed Time 7 Location Auditorium Youshouldknow Tickets for stu dents for adults Leadership New Braunfels class day The justice System Time Canybn High School Air Farce JftOTG cadets salute the flag at Friday nights football game Prom staff wire reports LOCAL NEW BRAUNFELS SCHOOLS TARGET OF GRAFFITI Two campuses in the New Braunfels Independent School District Were targets of vandals over the weekend when graffiti was spraypainted on Memorial Intermediate and New Braunfels High School buildings Located in the backentrances of both schools the graffiti was removed first thing Monday said Superintendent Ron Reaves Our district will always remove graffiti quickly to send a clear message to offenders that we will not tolerate such NBISD Witt work closely with officials from New Braunfels Police Department Persons with any information about the van dalism should call the NBPD at 6082185 or Crime Stoppers at 6208477 STATE BROWN WOOD AUTHORITIES INVESTIGATE BABIES REMAINS Authorities trying to learn me identities of three babies Whose mummified remains were found in an attic were talking to previous home owners and searching their tax records for clues Monday Authorities also were looking at school and hospital records but v4 Heir husband late Mdtidatt J flown tp Brooke it likely will take DNA testing to solve the mystery said Brown County chief sheriffs Deputy Mike McCoy There are no miss ing babies in the area he said The owners called police Thursday and said they were ren ovating the house when they found a trash bag containing the bodies NATION SAN DIEGO Calif DEADLY FIRES THREATEN HOMES Ash fell on the beach and drivers turned on their headlights in the smoky daytime streets Monday as wild fires that have reduced entire neighborhoods to moonscapes skipped through the hills of Southern California and threat ened more homes Californias deadliest outbreak of fires in more than a decade destroyed at least homes killed at least 13 people and con sumed more than acres stretching from the Mexican bor der to the suburbs northeast of Los Angeles The dry hot Santa Ana winds that have fanned the flames began to ease Monday raising hopes that firefighters could make progress with the help of reinforcements from other West ern states President Bush designated the firerstricken region a major dis aster area opening the door to grants loans and other aid to res idents and businesses in Los Angeles San Bernardino Sprr Diego and Ventura counties WORLD BAGHDAD Iraq WAVE OP BOMBINGS KILLS DOZENS IN BAGHDAD Striking in rapid sui cide ear bombers bent on death fdr collaborators devastated the Red Cross headquarters and three police stationsMonday killing three dozen people and Wounding more than 200 in the bloodiest day in Baghdad since the start of the occupation From north to south in this city of 5 million the explosions over a 45minute period left streetscapes of broken bqdies twisted wreckage and Iracfii unnerved by an escalating underground war The dead included a soldier eight Iraqi policemen and at least 26 Iraqi civilians In Washington Pentagon offi cials said they believed loyalists of ousted President Saddam Hussein were responsible TEXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 15102939 42 BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 624273244 4jj BB PICKS FIVE Day Night Lottery TEXAS numbers 5132124 MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Sraunfels charged the follow ng between Oct 24 and Oct s 26 jntoxicatipjx Lorenzo R Arredondo 27 Spring Branch assault causes bgjily violence Charles A Bederka 34 Rosha ron failure to driving while license invalid Russtin E Benke 41 Spring Branch theft by check between and expired license tion no drivers Stacey Bradshaw 17 Bryan no drivers license failure to maintain financial responsibili ty Phillip E Bullard 40 New Braunfels possession of between 1 and 4 grams of a controlled substance penalty group 1 Tiffany J Bump 19 Seguin expired registration no safety belt violation of drivers license restriction A violation of promise to appear Nina R Castro 23 New Braunfels failure to maintain financial responsibility expired license plates violation of pjomise to appear William J Chapman 18 New Braunfels failure to maintain financial responsibility failure to change address pn drivers license violation of promise to appear expired Jerry F Chitwpod 44 San Antpnlp pubjjc intpxicatipa Vance W Cornwell 47f Canyon Lake assault causing bodily violence lassie L Crider 24 Canyon Lake possession of a con trolled substance with intent to deliver failure to identify as a fugitive from justice expired drivers license failure to maintain financial responsibili ty fjctjljpus license registra more offense Brittany S Davis 19 New Braunfels public intoxication Steven C Dodson 38 Dale speeding violation of promise to appear possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana 2 Teresa D Dorn 37 Austin credit card abuse 3 Jose L EscalanteLopez 23 San Antonio expired license plates no drivers license fail ure to maintain financial Karen Furst 23 Canyon Lake attempt to purchase alcohol by minor Jose R Garza 36 San Antonio no drivers license failure to maintain financial James M Gomez 23 New Braunfels no safety Michael L Hager 39 Canyon Lake failure to appear failure to maintain financial responsi bility Edward E Mauser 18 Kerrville motion to revoke theft between and Joshua S Hickl 20 Spring Branch possession of a pro Bryan 23 San tonio speeding failure to maintain financial responsibili probation of less than 2 ounces of marijuana failure to stop and give infor mation failure to maintain financial responsibility en jiceise Mario Loyola 19 Braunfels expired inspection sticker failure to maintain financial responsibility no dri vers license Maximo Marquez 25 Mission speeding Gregory L Mayo 40 Wimber ley public intoxication pos session of drug paraphernalia Kimberiy K McDuff ie 34 Canyon Lake unauthorized use of vehicle James E McGruder 37 Austin deadly conduct unlaw ful possession of a firearm by a felon ot e possession qf between 4 ounces and 5 pounds of marijuana Erbest J Oeffinger 23 San Antonjg public intoxication Ralph Reininger 61 Marion assault pf elderly or disabled persori Juan A Reyes 32 San Antonio speeding failure to appear J Daniel J Riojas 25 San Antonio failure to stop at stop sign driving while license sus Jesse Rodriguez JV 19 San Antonio driving under the influence of alcoholminor Robert 19 San Antonio possession of less than 2 ounces of Rene M Sanchez 27 New Braunfels failure to false fictitious under Denjse CanybhLake public intoxica tion Kevin R Stephen 18 Houston Francisco F 31 Spring Branch failure to appear expired drivers license fictitious number plata Dennis R Swiernik 36 Canyon lake injury to a child jn Gharles Er Braunfels possession of jess than 1gram of a controlled group 1 IRS PROBLEMS VETERAN EXIRS AGENTS TAX PROFESSIONALS Clients Never Meet with he IRS Settle for Penntei on the Dollar Written GuarantBe Free Tax Settlement Analysis ConfWenttal Interview In Our Local Office 8003787533 Toltfnt Free Insider Report How to End IRS Problems Forewrl 8774519111 The WaN Street Jouma JK Harris Company New Braunfels 475 Offices Nationwide Phillip Murrietta 27 Canyon Lake expired license plates 2 failure to maintain financial responsibili ty failure to appear 2 Donna K Harmon 47 Canyon Lake driving while intoxicated third or 1 Lone Star Theatres I MARKETPLACE 12 651 Business Lp IH 35 N 830 625 4400 ries Save 30 to 85 ore i Visit our website Locally Owned and Operated Your local persontoperson preseripfion service HOW 7Q7 Landa New Biaunfels 708130 6259144 lax 830 6251224 Published on Saiuiday Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Bramilels HeraldZeiiung USPS 377 707 Landa SIIBBI or Drawer New Braunlels Comal Couniy 78131 1328 Periodical posiage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Braunfels ntfi Cation delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties Three months months One year Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas Thres 3 months Six months 1 year Mail outside Texas months One 1 year Ptlivtry Subscribers who have not received a news paper by 6 Tuesday through Friday 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