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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                ACKPACK NEW BRAUNFELS ISO New Braunfels High School Region 12 choir clinic and concert Location Jiidson Higli School COMALISD Canyon High School Region choir clinic NEW BRAUNFELS ISD Board of Trustees 1J Board workshop Time Location The Education Center V COMALISD Thanksgiving holiday begins NEW BRAUNFELS ISD Carl Schurz Elementary Individual picture retakes Lone Star Elementary Thanksgivingfeast Memorial Elementary Jj Grandfriends Day IAf LI AT Q vriMi a New Braunfels A i i r A rS ISDscnooIs A H F A M Wednesday will be a stu dent holiday and a staff development comp day Thursday and Friday will be studentstaffholi days School resumes Dec 1 Comal ISD schools Students will observe the Tlianksgiving holiday Monday through Friday and will return tojchool Deed CISDs central office willbe open Monday Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church Students will present canned goods Wednesday at morning mass to helpfamiliesin need The information for this issue of Out of the BACKPACK was taken from calendars posted on the Web sites of New Braunfels ISD and Comal ISD or from information supplied by school district spokespersons Stephanie Ferguson New Braunfels ISD and Kari Hutchison Comal If your club or organization news is not listed contact your school district representative or send your information to the HeraldZertung Mail 707 Landa New Braunfels 78130 Email or bgrant@heraldzeitung.com NEWS 1 Naw Brauhteis faotbal players sing natfenaF i Pfktey nights playoff game Prom staff vyire reports LOCAL NBU GETS NATIONAL AWARD fOR ACCOUNTING The cer tificate of achievement for excel lence in financial reporting has been awarded to New Braunfels Utilities by the Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada GFOA for its comprehensive annual financial report The certificate of achievement is the highest form of recognition in the area of governmental accounting and financial report ing and its attainment repre sents a significant accomplish ment by a government and its management This is the 13th consecutive year NBU has received this hon or The NBU financial report was judged to meet the high stan dards of the program including demonstrating a constructive spirit of full disclosure to clearly communicate its financial story and motivate potential users and user groups to read the report DAS OFFICE NOT PLANNING TO PROSECUTE BRADBERRY The Tarrant County district attor neys office will not pursue a criminal investigation into alle gations that a former New Braunfels Independent School District superintendent violated the state Open RecordsAct Ann Diamond chief litigator for the district attorneys office said the biggest factor in not pur suing prosecution of Charles Bradberry was the Keller Inde pendent School Districts eventu al release of the On Oct Telegram columnist meKeHer provide invoices fromfofmer dis trict roofing consultant Phil May field according to Diamonds written summary of the allega tions on Thursday After receiving the request Bradberry allegedly asked that theinvoices be forwarded to the districts construction manager On Oct 31 the district notified Lieber that it did not have the documents A district official apparentiy told the school board president about the situation Nov 5 The documents were provided to Lieber on Nov 13 or 14 Bradberry placed himself on voluntary paid leave Nov 10 at the request of the school board president On Monday the board will consider whether to take action on Bradberrys leave His attorney Neal Adams said the superintendent likely would return to work Monday Bradber ry declined to comment TEXAS garbagefoiled plastic bag in a trash bin a week ago in the Fort Worth suburb of Hurst Veterinarian Lee Chenault and technician Katy Marquis of the Metroplex Aniinal Clinic found the baby Child protective Ser vices will maintain custody of the newborn when the hospital releases him tip led police to Wilson riurst police Sgt Craig league said No have been identified NATION TRENTON MOTHER TURNS IN ON CHARGESSHE DUMPED HER BABY Texas Wesleyah student turned herself ing of an Daria p Wilspri is accused trash biriaftieipurting him in a tiedplastic bag Her bail is The listed in good V f condition Friday at Cook Chil drens MedicalCentef spokeswoman Susan Schoolfleld The infant was found inside a PRINCETON STUDENTS PLAY CHESS WITH INMATES Ivy Leaguers beat die convicts but not all of chess matches Friday that pitted inmates against four Princeton University students including the a NobellaUreate end two Newjersey State Prison inmates managed to defeat the students whilefour others played them Fiftyeight inmates took part I beat one of those said Terrance Manley 28 who is serv ing time for now Im ready for the next j The Princeton students after being frisked and ushered through the gates of the maxi struck by how the game could bring them intd contact with people so different from them Its about how you can take two diametrically opposed peo ple and see hoW they said Samson Benen 16 Its amaz Benen also noted how some of the prisoners played a different style df chess than the classical brand He was used to These players used more unusual posi Prison officials touted the chess match as a way to enhance the players life skills WORLD ISTANBUL Turkey POLICE MAKE ARRESTS IN SUICIDE BOMBINGS Antiter rorism police detained more sus pects Friday and are now holding a dozen people in a spate of sui cide bombings blamed on al Qaida that claimed 54 lives An intelligence report presented to authorities said some Islamic radicals who fought in Chechnya Afghanistan and Bosnia may have returned to Turkey to work with militant groups Foreign governments includ ing the United States and Britain cautioned that terrorists could strike again and issued travel warnings fo their citizens The Hurriyet newspaper said police were questioning seven people in connection with Thursdays blasts at the British Consulate and the Turkish head quarters of the HSBC bank which killed 27 people and two bombers At least three groups or individ uals claiming links to alQaida claimed responsibility for the attacks TEXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY Lbffd Jackpot million 221283738 36 BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 78192125 21 BB PICK 3 Day 342 573 TEXAS TWOSTEP 241031 15 CASH FIVE CLICK Lottery numbers available at OF PUBLIC RECORD Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the foflowing between andll David R Aguirre 21 San Antonio no drivers license fail ure to drivers license failure to stop at stop sign failure to maintain financial responsibility Russtin E Benke 41 Spring Branch theft by check between and Ruben Canizales 26 New Braunfels speeding failure to while intoxicated secbpd offense Juan A Dayila 29 New Braunfels no Vanessa Gallegos 17 New Braunfels failure to Jesus G Guevara 34 San expired inspection stick er expired license plates failure to maintain finanpial responsibili ty failure to appear speeding 14mph over limit Violation of drivers license Braunfels failure to maintain financial responsibility 3 69 mph in a 45 rpph zone failure to Shane K Wagner 24 San Marcos ppssessjpp of ess than 2 ounces of marijuana failure to maintain financial responsibility Charles E Dailey 49 New Braunfels motion to revoke pro Craig 26 New T Braunfels injury to a Raymond P Martin 38 Canyon Joseph A Miller 27 New aliens SuitioiKTv Clrecting Cards Gifts Bride Baby Home 172 W San Antonio New Braunfels Find morningwith the HeraldZeitung For more information to subscribe T T SA HERALD iRANI OPENING VVKEK h Salindav NDV 22 New Braunfels21st Annual Showcase new iJimiiycM 41 Christmas Sat Sun 105 a 13 Over Under UFRKK Valid for Weekend Crafts Nov 29 30 New Braunfels Civic Center FREE PARKING RIP GRIFFIN IH North 193 New 2 GREAT Thanksgiving Offers ttm FPJ n sanbart y   

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