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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 12, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A 3ACKPACK December 2003 PETER AND PAUL Chittendens 3rd grade Host Mass Toys for Borders NEW ISO Secondary 612 ESL holiday dinner Time to Location NBMS cafeteria COMAL ISO Principals inservice Time I Canyon High School Bands holiday concert Time 7 Location cafeteria Smithson Valley High School Choir holiday concert Time Location Paul Lutheran Church WHATS AHEAD Smithson Valley Middle School Choir will host its holiday concert at 6 Tuesday in the cafeteria 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 contact your school district or send your information to the HeraldZeitung by Mail 707 Landa New Braunfels 78130 Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or email@example.com Smithson Valley High School JV boys basketball team members watch the game from the From wire reports TEXAS McALLEN DOGGETT KICKS OFF RADIO CAMPAIGN IN VALLEY Lloyd Doggett took his re election campaign to the Rio Grande Valley on Thursday with Spanish radio spots and a prom ise to stay there more than just a few faces new congressional boundaries that divide Travis County into three districts that opponents say work to the advantage of GOP candi He decided to run for Con gressional District which stretches from western Hidalgo County all the way up to parts of Travis who announced his run for the seat in October bu t has yet to file for is the first to begin a v major campaign for the new N AT I O N WASHINGTON PENTAGON SAYS HALLIBURTON OVERCHARGED ARMY Pentagon auditors found that Vice President Dick Cheneys for mer company may have over charged the Army by as much as million for gasoline in senior defense officials said Houstonbased Halliburton apparently didnt profit from the possible the officials speaking on condition of The the officials was that Hallibur Redistr ictiiig o H i vfv 4 slam map in fe ttBjfty and tramples dn the Wglitl of and panics and blacks inTexas and the Seatste the should be declared ber cottgressloiiai opponents of the plan atgded as a federal trial OppdBMtfbf Attorneys for the state disput ing planmassed bf ming has brought felony who uses the aliases of Jeremy James and Gaven Stub and Richard Rutowski each face four counts of trans mission of unsolicited bulk tronic Each count carries up to five years in said the plan actually iricfeasesminbrity clout cbtts tfyDemdcKt But the main point of the Leg Court mf Ablates islatures passage of the GOP j the federal map this year was to increase arid the the of Texas AJthreejudge federal pancjl cans in said iheariiig the cafe in iSSj a private timony from senting the state of T Even though most Texans vote Republican and the GOP holds week or ton may have paid a subcontrac tor much for the gasoline in the first The Pentagon officials said the Halliburton subsidiary involved in Iraq reconstruction Kel Brown also submit ted a proposal for cafeteria serv ices that was million too The officials said the Penta gon rejected that defense officials said they y had no reason to believe the problems were anything other than stupid mistakes by Hal TWO FACING FELONY CHARGES FOR SPAM Using the nations toughest antispamlaw for the first Virginia prosecutors have gained felony indictments against two men accused of send ing thousands of unsolicited e mail pitches for soft ware and other Prosecutors said Thursday that art alias of one of the Jeremy is listed as one of the worlds 10 biggest spammers by a group that tabulates complaints reported to Internet service The returned Monday by a grand jury in Loudoun are based on Virginias antispam which took effect July Prosecu tors said its the first time spam WORLD Iraq MAGAZINE JOURNALISTS WOUNDED ON PATROL A Time magazine reporter suffered severe shrapnel wounds and lost his hand when he tried to away a grenade tbssedintp Humvee he was riding in with a Time photographer and two colleagues said Time senior correspondent Michael Weisskopf and con tributing photographer James Nachtwey were traveling with a Army patrol in Baghdad Wednesday night when the attack a statement from Time managing editor Jim Kelly The soldiers also were wound the military but gave no further LOTTEBV TEXAS LOTTERY ATU R D AY LOTTO Jackpot mHlion 5 BB million 51826r4144 15 BB PICK FIVE Day Night MILLIONS TEXAS 161129 MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD Lawenforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the following between 10and 11 Richard New to obey commitment to revoke Stephen speeding failure to Christopher Canyon driving while license Ramiro Spring bench to while third or Leo New possession of less than 2 ounces of James Canyon Lakefmotibnto revoke proba while third or more Jason New theft between and Marcus New failure to maintain financial Devlynn motion to of less than 1 gram of a controlled penalty group Valerie driving while Juan failure to while license suspended violation of promise to appear failure to maintain financial responsibility expired drivers The following building permit applications were filed between BUILDING PERMITS 1 and 5 with the New Braunfels city planners Michael 745 Centennial single family John 1658 Seguine mini Armadillo Construction 316 Armadillo Construction 320 Armadillo Construction 371 single family 2259 single family resi KB 3952 Cherokee new KB 646 San Augustine new KB 650 San Augustine new KB 825 Tracys new Brake 1096 Business 35 commercial addition and ren 2176 single family Bravo 443 Hurrters Wingfield Construction 1144 Pride new metal Ron 1411 FarmtoMarket Road new ADA bath Stevenson 106 Guada three car Eagle Valley 3053 Snow Berry single family resi Eagle Valley 3068 Ginko single family j Eagle Valley 3069 Ginko single family Eagle Valley 1931 Club new Live Oak 405 Centennial single family Pride Foundation Repair Service 954 River foundation Bill Buck and Son 727 Texas new CHRIST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH WILL PRESENT A LIVE NATIVITY FRIDAY AND DECEMBER IZTH AND ISTH TO ON THE LAWN OF THE CHURCH AT 1620 HOW TO SONmCT Ui 707 Landa New TX78130 1830 lax 830 6251224 Published on Sunday roomings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by he New Braunfels HeraldZeitung DSPS 377 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas 78131 Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Subicriptioo Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties Three 3 Six 6 One 1 Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas Three 3 Su Mail outside Texas Six One 1 Postmaster Send address changes o the New Biaunlels Drawer New Delivery problems Subscribers who have not received a news paper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call Staff directory Qoug Editor Publishei 201 firstname.lastname@example.orgQin Managing Editor 220 Courtney Advertising Manager 208 Circulation Manager 228 Commercial Printing and Information Systems 6255232 Business Manager Composing Manager Arnold Production Manage 2awjoi Classified call 215 Display call 208 engagement and anniver call TEXAS CINEMA Dec 1216 X Jack Nioholson Diane Kealon GOTTA GIVE 10tp f THE UAST SAMURAI SAD SANTA R GRANDBYS QUILTS LAST WEEKEND Everything at least off HOLIDAY QUILTS GIFTS FIXTURES 161 South Seguin SLEEP AT NIGHT WHILE AT THE NEW BRAUNFELS KIDNEY DISEASE CLINIC mi m 35 N New Texas 78130 Fresenius Medina Care North America proudly announces the addition of a Nocturnal HerocMJislysis One of the most uptodjte treatment options Openings currently fpr most interested patients Benefits Work pr care for mmbers 4wring the day Reduced rfsirietipfls on ajwj drinte Start plajoniug dJilysis m your Ppmj by PI gag foy ferftej and ite Ccisttg CNM CMsal Manager Mew Braunff Is ox 8aO604146
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