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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 17, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page December ut of the AC PACK NEW BRAUNFELS ISD Administrators meeting Time aM Location The Education Center New Braitnf els Middle School Holiday band to visit Lone Star Elementary at 9 Seele Elementary at Lamar Primary at and Memorial Primary at COMAL ISD Arlon Seay Intermediate School PTA meeting and band concert Time t PETER AND PAUL Second grade Field tripto see The Nutcracker NEW BRAUNFELS ISD Caroling at the Plaza Time COMAL ISD Board of trustees Regular business meeting Time Specht Elementary Holiday concert Time 7 Arlon Seay Intermediate Holiday concert Time Comal Hoffman Lane Holiday concert Time 7 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 contact your school district or send our information to the HeraldZeitung by 1 Mail 707 Landa New Braunfels 78130 n Email firstname.lastname@example.org, or DIGEST It fiifo of byemail at com Runners leave the starting line Saturday at the New Bfaunfels Jingle Bell 5K Run From wire reports LOCAL SEGUIN NIGHT ESL CLASSES AVAILABLE Adult GED and ESL classes are now available in two locations in the New Braunfels Classes are offered at no Day classes to be held at the Community 132 are GED Monday through Thursday from 9 to as well as ESL Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 to 12 Registration for day GED and day ESL will be held on 6 at 9 at the Community Evening classes will be held at the New Braunfels Learning Cen 902 San Antonio including GED classes on Tues days and Thursdays from 5 to 9 and ESL classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6 to 9 Registration for evening GED I and evening ESL classes will be 6at 6 For information please call the Office of Adult Education at Seguin ISD at 8303725771 TEXAS LAREDO CUSTOMS OFFICIALS SEIZE MILLION IN COCAINE Border agents seized 515 pounds of cocaine from a flatbed trailer crossing the World Trade Bridge from Customs and Border Protection officials said The seizure occurred Monday after an officer asked the driver of a tractortrailer rig to pass through a drivethrough The scanner picked up odd shapes and a drugsniffing dog alerted to the scent of cocaine in the The cocaine has a street value of officials The Greatef KewBkttnfel 22nd annual CaMirig ott the Plaza Thursday be eesififciflg all ttif favorite holiday sorus emw neworteV saidVefdnldlp president of the arts douftcU Barbara acco us on the piario j said the evening would special must cal selections by Grace Notes and Glory thehand choir from Cross Lutheran 4 Rosie Gallegos will delight your spirits with beautiful solos PALLAS DEPUTY MARSHAL ADMITS TO TAX EVASION A deputy marshal in Abilene has agreed to plead guilty to tax evasion forvarious improper including deducting a hot tub as a medical expense and a home entertainment set as workrelated Richard Trigger filed documents in federal court Monday admitting to the allega tions and resigned his position as part of a plea agreement with federal He is to plead guilty in January and faces a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison and a according to the Attorneys Office in Monday night ahd the 4th Infantry Division snared a leader of the insurgency and 78 other people in a raid north of not far from where Saddam was captured three days A roadside bomb wounded three American soldiers in Sad1 dams hometown of and a proSaddam demonstration in the northern city of Mosul ended in with a policeman killed and a second appeals court ruled Tuesday that a federal law outlawing marijua na does not apply to sick people who are allowed tp smoke pot with a doctors The ruling by the 9th Cir cuit Court of Appeals was a blow to the federal government in its fight against medical The Justice Department has argued that state medical mari juana laws were trumped by fed eral drug WORLD Iteq NATION SAINLFRANCISCO FEDERAL COURT OKS MEDICAL MARIJUANA FOR SOME An RIOTING IN IRAQ DAYS AFTER SADDAM CAPTURE Saddam Hussein loyalists rioted in ambushed a patrol in stormed the office of a mayor in Fallujahand battled American troops in Ramadi making it clear that Saddams capture has not quelled violence in As guerrilla attacks continued CORRECTION The list of cases presented 10 to rne Comal County Grand Jury that was published Sunday listed seven individuals who were not indicted by the grand jury The list as published was pro vided to the HeraldZeitung by the Comal County District Attor neys That list did not con tain markings or information indicating that no bills were returned against any of the indi viduals Those individuals who were not indicted by the grand jury included Jackson Bateman Mclntosh Dennis Swiernik Steven Lee Collins Gerson Edivaldo Pena Oscar Howard Erlanson Ruben Gonzales Justin Conway TEXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot million WEDNESDAY LOTTO Liffftr Jackpot million PICK FIVE MILLIONS TEXAS MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD ARRESTS Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the following between 15 and 16 Miguel Aguirre New driving while intoxicat alcoholic Albert Fort criminal Kristina Fort criminal conspiracy possession of between 50 and pounds of Laura Fort criminal Bobby New failure session of less than 2 ounces of David San failure to obey commit ment to revoke pro whjle Stephen Fort failure to while license Robert New Steven theft by check between and Angela Canyon public Christopher Canyon driving while Welester San driving while license speeding expired drivers Roosevelt Montez New failure to inal Ronald Moore New unlawfully carrying a Jessica New failure tp maintain financial Canyon evading arrest detention with a Aden Sanchez New aggravated sexual Guillermo New driving while intoxicat third or more Antonio New failure to session of less than 2 ounces oj marijuana public i Daniel theft by check of between and Kathryn New terroristic Heather motion to proceed with adjudi PAY OFF YOUR BILLS BUILDING PERMITS The following building permit applications were filed between 8 and 12 with the New Braunfels city planners office Gordon 145 Bonnies single family Continental 214 Val Verde single family resi Billy 238 Alves new S8D 2116 single family Michael 1506 Dustin single family garden KB 393 Copper Path new KB 866 Spyglass new Terry 218 Rocky Ridge single family Gary 822 East Quality Southern 305 Cross Refinance Your Just in time for the no for 2 FREE analysis credit report 6095600 Custom Mortgage 191 New Braunfels First United Methodist Church 572 San Antonio New 78130 8306254513 Family Contemporary Worship with Candlelight Traditional with Holy Communion and Candlelight Traditional with Holy Communion and Candlelight Rx Canada Store Your ikas source for com Dedications Save up to prescriptions ml i vf Medication Celebrex Provlgii Nexlum Premarln Vtoxx Strength ZQOmg 100mg 40mg 0 625mg 25mg 20mg R WWc Our Price 5142 n 51 6415 Savings 43 46 thousan Qwned and operated in New Braunfels Texas LEGAL ALERT HQW TO CONTAQT US HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New TX7B130 lax 830 6251224 Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by Ihfi New Biaunlels HeialdZeiiung DSPS 377 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas 78131 Periodical postage paid by ihe New Braunfels HeraldZeiiung in New Subscription Camei delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties Thiae 31 months months One year S79 Mail delivery ouiside Comal County in Texas Three 3 months 6 rpntlis One T year Mail outside Texas Delivery problems Subscribers who baye not received a news paper by G Tuesday through Friday and by 7 and Sunday can call 830 Stall directory Doug Editor and Publisher 201 Managing Editor 220 Heether Business Manager 202 MM Composing Manager Herwy Commercial Priming and Information Systems 625 5232 Arnold Wirjsipf Production 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