Thursday, December 11, 2003

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas DECEMBER 2003 jfti J TNG AIMING HIGH Smithson Valley High School grad John Peel is starting center for the Air Force Academy football Page SA Serving New Braunfels and uomai uuunty since COCKROACHES Molly Ivins opines that the financial industry is infested with parasites feeding off your Page 4A 24 12 2 sections www High 64 Details Low 40 1B DEAR ABBY 3B COMICS FORUM APPLAUSE SPORTS TV GRIDS 2B ji 4A 4B 5A 3B ors probing death of infant By Dylan Jimdnez Staff Writer i BraUnfels police are investigating a 15monthold New Braunfels boy whose death last week could be rilled unnatural by medical Brandon Bobbins father called 911 at 2 because the child was unre When EMS responders notified the New Braunfels Police Department criminal investigation division of the which is pro said NBPD Mike The younger the the more suspicious death Rust Bobbins was transported to McKenna Memorial Hospital and was later pronounced dead by Justice of the Peace Diana who ordered an The results of the medical examiners reports are not Rust and might not be completed for another 60 Based on preliminary medical examiners think they will determine an unnatural cause of Theres a chance that this death could be ruled as an unnatural Rust The police investigation far from said Comal County District Attor ney We dont know exactly what weve Waldrip adding that the only determi nation investigators have is that the death could be Otherwise it would be inappropriate to dis pel any supposition as to the cause of Bobbins parents are in their 30s and have been coopera tive with the investigation so Rust Right the only reason were involved is because its a death of a Rust FiiONTand CENTER excites learning among pupils By Dylan Jimtnez Staff Writer Science oozes at Bulverde Elementary ask the lucky 15 students who got dissect a cows eye last enthusiasm andreactions of awe have been constant as thestudqnte have Vg studied vision after i school for the past four They love They have so much said Karen gifted and talented campus coordinator for Primary and iulverde Elemen IMVINTION If interested in bringing Club Invention to your school Call or email Karen regional nator 2104023526 or 8QQ9684332 tary j coyer new ways to stimulate students at the two located next to one another in She found a tun way to teach them sci ence with Club an interactive Students Wave discovered the parts of the eye and How eyes dilate and Students worked with 3D glasses if you color in blue and the orange said Jacob a What if had other colors beside blue and orange Wiiams See 3A II r Tyler Vacek experiments yyith the Club Invention fitthsrader between monocular and binosular tests his mgmopular vision using a vyhJte titeng part in gulverdi ilemfnteiys pingpong bait Cheer Fund to make its deliveries Saturday By Scott Mahon Staff Writer Volunteers and employees of the Her aldZeitung will be working together Sat urday to deliver this years Cheer Fund packages to local The annual charity is sponsored by the HeraldZeitung in conjunction with the Community Service which will be delivering toys Sat urday to the children of needy This more than 200 families in New Braunfels are expected to receive Cheer Fund pack ages containing food items such as canned peanut Christmas candy and canned vegeta We receive mon etary donations throughout the which we use to buy the food items for the said Rosie coordinator of the Cheer Willingham said HeraldZeitung employees and their families would sort and package the food items Friday at the newspapers production facility at 1342 Industrial Early Saturday the packages will be delivered to families designated by the Community Service We work closely with the local schools throughout the year to find families that need especially during Christ said Suzie executive director of the Cornmunity Service While the HeraldZeitungs employees are deliv ering well be delivering Garcia said more than 400 children will receive toys this The families really look forward to she In l had one person last year who was so in she said the food items she received lasted her a whole Garcia said anyone wishing to volun teer Saturday should call the Commu nity service Center at Joe and Theresa Castilleja Roger and Patsy Vann Iris and Arvel Schulle Earl Lowery Send your donation to Cheer 707 Landa New 78130 Bulverde breaks ground on communitys first city hall carton of Pair Oaks city he We rejected the initial bids it need to take care for the project in July because the final design bad not been andoningcom approvedSo we bid the project vvwm JTW rvr and eityolfleials attended a ceremony second floor wiil be for future and the aj hjjftpj Wilter Tiie first floor will have about square he Were Bulverde Mayor William cpie said Wednesdays groundbreakbJg was the third most important event in the citys WereTgjpwtag thjn one he Our pop ijs expected to double in the to GokButveroes pop 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