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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 19, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 A HERALD Wednesday November 19 2003 m of the NEW BRAUNFELS ISP Lone Star Elementary Picture retakes NBISD administrators meeting Time Location The Education Center Library NBISD Behavior Support Group Time 3 to Location The Education Center Historical room COMAL ISP Progress reports issued NEW BRAUNFELS ISP Memorial Elementary Grandfriends Day for 2nd Grade COMAL ISP National Parental Involvement Day Ml LI AT Q Carl Schurz VVflMI w Elementary AU C A PI Students dress as their favorite book character Friday in recognition of National Childrens Book Week New Braunf els High School Choir and Region 12 choir clinic and concert Friday atjudson High School The information for this issue of Out of the BACKPACK was taken from calendars posted on the Web sites of New Braunfels ISO and Comal ISO or from information supplied by school district spokespersons Stephanie Ferguson New Braunfels ISO and Kari Hutchison Comal If your club or organization news is not listed contact your school district representative or send your information to the HeraldZeitung by Mail 707 Landa New Braunfels 78130 Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org eoiteNktftditdfl at 6269144 eft by B mail at bcrefiiifiefaidZBitung com Canyon High School Air Pares JROTC daetete saldte the flag at a football Prom staff wire reports LOCAL NEW BRAUNFELS TAXPREPARATION VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Taxaide volunteers are needed to work as counselors and provide free assistance to elderly and lowincome people in prepar ing basic income tax returns The only requirement is a desire to help others Counselors will be trained in cooperation with theIRS Train ing for volunteers is held in Janu ary at the New Braunfels Public Library Counselors are asked to work four hours a week from February through April 15 Last year volunteer counselors helped more than 1000 people in New BraurifelsCanyon Lake area If you are interested in joining this program as a volunteer or would like information please call 6206350 SAN ANTONIO ARMED SERVICES PERSONNEL GET THANKSGIVING HOSTS San Antonio area residents have provided thousands of homes for military personnel this Thanksgiving Fort Sam Houston has filled its quota for the year for its Mission Thanksgiving program which allows citizens to host an enlisted personnel Lackland Air Force base is close to reaching the quota of host families for its similar Operation Home in which area families can host an Air Force basic trainee Base officials have cut off regis tration for families seeking gen eral requests but area citizens can ask to host a specific trainee for Thanksgiving Call high school f 4 4 m lf t tp and Forja dltaff rlviev o ing atsfotthsbrf f y v i Adrrinistraiors dlsowill dif at eachjComat 3Spreceiveaaplrfectsc5rethis curri Ifev sheriffs and district attorneys offices setved a warrant as part of1 an ongoing criminal investiga Sgt Chris Pappas said No immediate arrests were made The district attorneys office I had no comment Jackson and his three young children were in Las Vegas where Jackson is making a video Jack sons spokesman said UOUUUMIJVIS Cll OtoS will be conducted Parkway San Antonio 5454 or 2106713701 before 3 29 percent at the Arlington cam weekdays to register or visit pus next fall to percent for and follow the spring semester at UTPermi the links to sign up an Basin TEXAS AUSTIN UT SYSTEM APPROVES MORE TUITION INCREASES The University of Texas System Board of Regents on Tuesday approved tuition hikes at all nine campus es spring After making broad cuts to higher education the Texas Leg islature in June gave public uni versifies in the state permission to set their own tuition rates The hikes will affect about students enrolled in campuses in Arlington Austin Brownsville Dallas El Paso Odessa Tyler San Antonio and Edinburg Increases range from NATION MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD POLICE SEARCH MICHAEL JACKSONS NEVERLAND RANCH Officers conducting a criminal investigation searched Michael Jacksons Neverland Ranch on Tuesday The purpose of the raid was not disclosed Court TV cited unidentified sources as saying the search war rant was tied to sexualabuse allegations brought by a 12or 13yearold boy But there was no immediate confirmation from authorities More than 20 investigators from the Santa Barbara County WORLD LONDON BUSH DEFENDS IRAQ WAR IN ENGLANDPresident Bush brought a forceful defense of the Iraq invasion to skepticallBritons on TUesday arguing that history proves war is sometimes neces sary when certain values are threatened Bush arrived Tuesday evening for a threeday visit to Americas staunchest ally a trip that prom ised contrasting pictures of ele gant ceremonies at Palace and noisy street protests by thousands of antiwar demonstrators Britain has soldiers in Iraq the largest non American force in the coalition In a speech Wednesday at Whitehall Palace Bush planned to argue that war is the correct path when all other means have failed a senior administration official told reporters TEXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 221283738 35 BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot million PICK 3 Day 587 Night 161 TEXAS TWOSTEP ARRESTS Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the following between Nov 14 and 18 Fermin Corona 52 New Braunfels public intoxication Aaron D Davis 19 New Braunfels theft between and Ryan T Farrell 18 New Braunfels consumption of alco holic beverage by a minor Diistin L First 18 New Braunfels speeding 90 mph in a 55 mph zone disregarding no passing zone striping failure to appear failure to maintain finan ciai responsibility Chiree A Harley 17 unknown address failure to appear Haley M Hebner 18 New Braunfels theft between and Conan W Kerlick 31 New Braunfels violation of promise to Amos M McGill 23 Burnett unlawfully carrying weapon pos session of less than 2 ounces of marijuana displaying a fictitious license plate Cathrine P Moore 33 Bulverde expired license plates failure to to proceed with by check promise to appear unre animal no city license tag Jeffrey R Smith 20 New Braunfels assault causing bodily violence Paul J Stautzenberger 32 Canyon Lake no drivers license failure to maintain financial responsibility Michael A Subirias 22 San Antonio driving while license sus Genaro Tellez 24 Laredo com of less than 2 ounces of marijuana posses sion of a prohibited weapon fail ure to of less than 1 gram of a controlled sub stance penalty group 1 Gregg E Thomas 40 San Marcos driving while intoxicated Patricia Thouvenot 17 San Antonio assault causing bodily jnjury to family member Joseph Trombley 56 Spring Branch while intoxicated second offense driv ing yvh penalty group Travis J Wilke 19 New Cynthia A Wilson 49 Corpus Christi theft by check between and issuance of a bad check probation Gerald R Wood 38 New Braunfels commitment Gamaliel G Pecina 30 Canyon Lake failure to maintain financial responsibility no valid drivers jjcense Eduardo Rodriguez 30 Austin spggdjng expired drivers jjcense Ryan R Saldivar 22 New Braunfels failure to istic threat failure to session of less than 2 ounces of Jose Salinas 22 New Braunfels Victoria Sauceola 31 New Braunfels theft by check between and Edwin Serna 36 New speeding failure to change name on drivers license violation of Robert S Tunnell 42 New Braunfels expired license plates failure to maintain financial responsibility violation of promise to appear theft by check between and Felix C Vaillant 45 Canyon Lake assault causing bodily Genaro ViKarreal 31 Laredo fail ure to identify as a fugitive from justice parole Sandra L Villarreal 29 Laredo failure to to identi fy as a fugitive from justice Hugo A Villegas 30 New Braunfels burglary of a habitation with intent to commit other felony 2 Heather A Warden 17 San Antonio no drivers license fail ure to maintain financial responsi bility failure to fatee or fictitious information Leon C Whitfield 26 Canyon Lake possession of a prohibited weapon switchblade or knuck possession of less than 1 gram of a controlled substance MOPS MART r yw Midcjy shopping in our mwktt of vendors First United Meikodisf Mill Street Side Free Admission 30 UC ij an ittntlon youdmrvi SPECIALISTS IN DIZZINESS AND BALANCE DISORDERS Dizzy Unsteady Afraid Of Falling We Can Help Have you been told you just have to live with your balance disorder Often times you dont have to Our center offers a unique combination of services both diagnostic and treatment to address balance issues Fortify your independence and confidence Call 8306278660 for more information or ask your physician about getting a referral to the center When prescribed by a physician both the testing and the therapy are covered by Medicare and most other insurers Common Sum Donald B Bedford D Brev Bedford Cosmetic and Family Denistry 831 Landa Street Suite D New Braunfels TX 78130 Evenings Saturdays available by appointment CASH FIVE 1019212731 r numbers available at Dr Robert Heinrich dr Staff would like to welcome you to our New Location at 1583 E Common St Ste 102 New Braunfels TX78130 We are very excited to share this with all of our wonderful patients and love to welcome new patients to our practice Thank you Hope to see you soon Starting Monday November 17 2003 Robert A Heinrich Family Cosmetic 1583 Cuinraun Street Suite 100 New Braunfels TX Tollfree 866 6278660 Latry Taylor Rehby Taylor l Bwrd for UniJkutMn in Hciirin Iruimmcni Science Texas Homeplace MORTGAGE COMPANY Texas HomeplaceMortgage Company is pleased to announce a new member of our team Shelley Spencer Shelley comes with a wealth of experience and has been involved in many facets of the Mortgage industry We welcome Shelley and feel she is a great attribute to our organization She will be serving the New Braunfels commu nity with all aspects of home lending We invite you to contact Shelley for your home finance needs S SEPUIN 6293322 m Mtg ite 1696 Do You Need A Health Agent i IM S U K A Isl 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