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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A November 2005 ACKPACK NEW BRAUIMFELS ISD New Braunfels High School Winterguard audition Time 10 to 4 Special Olympicsteam at Area 13 bowling competition Location Austin COMALISD Hoffmann Lane Elementary Holiday craft sale Time Canyon Middle School Regional band auditions Time Comal Elementary School Family Fun Fest Time 1 Canyon High School Antigone theater production Time Location Cafetorium at the Smithson Valley High School Get Smart theater production Time 7 Location Theater Call 8308851000 for Tickets are for adults and for students and senior citi COMAL ISD Canyon High School Antigone theater production Call 2212400 for Location Cafetorium Call 830221 2400 for Tickets are at the Smithson Valley High School Get Smart theater production Time Location Theater Call 8308851000 for Tickets are for adults and for students and senior citi NEWS DIGEST coffi SmifHsbrt Valley Ranged practice fef Pfldsy nights pfayeff From wire reports TEXAS AUSTIN DEWHURST COLLEGE TUITION INCREASES ON HOLD FOR FALL 2004 University systems will hold off on announcing tuition increases for the fall 2004 and spring 2005 semesters so that a legislative committee can first review whether the proposals are David Dewhurst said Dewhurst said he asked uni versity officials not to approve the proposals right away so the committee can decide if they can be if there is adequate accountability and if enough financial aid is being Quite a number of us in the including are a little concerned about some of these proposed rate Theyre higher than weve been led to believe they would Dewhurst said x after speaking at the Texas Civil Justice Leagues annual The Legislature this year voted to allow universities to set their own tuition rates to offset budget HOUSTON ENRON BANKRUPTCY COSTS LIKELY TO HIT BILLION Failed energy giant Enron says its accountingand other professional costs since declaring bankruptcy may top billion by I dont think theres anything Anthony an ener gy and bankruptcy law expertat Johns University in New told The Associated Press on Fri This is It is whose filing led a wave of corporate has already exceeded millibn in MATTERS OF PUBUC RECORD i professional and acct TJ ing including billings from more than three dozen law firms and a handful of accounting and consulting firms since the com pany filed for reorganization on according to the Texas Attorney Generals The Houstonbased companys bankruptcy budget estimates show it will spend million in me second half of 2003 oh pro fessional which include billings from account ants and two courtappointed Even after it gains approval for its reorganization expected in the budget through 2006 estimates an additional million will be NATION JUDGE CLEARS PATH FOR CASE OF BRAINDAMAGED WOMAN A man who has remove the feeding tube from his braindamaged only to have the state pass a special law to thwart won another round in court Friday when a judge ruled that his suit agianst Jeb Bush may After a short Circuit Judge Douglas Baird said Michael Schiavo had successfully defended Terri Schiayos right not to be kept alive Any delays in removing the feeding tube and letting her die violate her consitutional right to the judge The deprivation of trfis right is ongoingand pre sumptively Baird said from the bench Michael Schiavo had his wifes feeding tube removed last month after years of legal battles with her but the governor ordered the tube reinserted six days later under a hastily passed state Schiavo then sued 4 Bushs attorneys trig gering an automatic but the judge overrode the stay Friday and gave Bushs attorneys until Monday to submit a brief defending the constitutionality of1 the new WORLD Belgium MICROSOFT HEARING ON EU ANTITRUST CHARGES ENDS Dozens of economists and technology experts ended days of arguments Friday about whether Microsoft has been abusing the dominant v position it has with Windows to unfairly muscle its way into new The hearings with European regulators wrapped up Friday with two of Microsofts most vociferous detractors taking the stand to bolster charges of abuses in their two key markets server software and multimedia It was server maker Sun Microsystems of Santa that filed the original com plaint against Microsoft in Brus sels five years The other Seattle based RealNetworks wants Microsofts media player divorcedfrom the software giants operating systems Real Networks is Microsofts leading competitor in that TEXAS LOTTERY Jackpot million 511161734 7 BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot 829373843 3 BB PICK 3 Day 112 Night 119 ARRESTS m Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the following between 13 and 14 Esperanza New animal running at large violation of promise to Oscar San no drivers license fail ure to maintain financial respon Christina L San failure to sign Arnoldo San operating a personal watercraft within 50 feet of any other object or shore 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