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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 30, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page December safety y on fs V By Ron StaffWriter r one of the officials warned against drunken driving on New Years Eve thing is its not It John Womlnack trtflllegai aiid its not worth said the ffew PqUce Departrnent would ceri lookfaig for drunken drivers Wednesday and early Thursday in an effort to make the streets safe for all drivers Get a designated make designated driver doesnt go to a friends house and stay there all night But dont drink and drive Its not worth the price you pay when you get Comal County Sheriffs Patrol tt Brent Paullus said deputies would be vigilant in unincorporated areas in their searchjor drunken We take it very Paullus said Find alternative means of designated driv to beYafe and have a good time launch a fourday effort get speeders reckless ken drivers off the roads to i drive sober Ifyou plah to drink please designate a We want all Texans to be Thomas A Davis DPS DIGES Children play on the monkey bars in Unda Park From staff wire reports LOCAL MAN FALLS OFF SAILBOAT An unidentified man was treated at McKenna Memorial Hospital Monday afternoon after a boat ing accident on Canyon Lake A Canyon Lake offi cial said tile man apparently fell from a sailboat He was pulled from the water and taken to the landing at the Randolph Air Force Base Recre ation Area at about His injuries were not believed lifethreatening the official said Parks rangers brought him to the dock where he was placed in an ambulance for the trip to New He was pretty the offi cial said TEXAS BEAUMONT PARENTS JAILED IN INFANTS STARVATION DEATH The par ents of a 2monthold baby girl who starved to death remained jailed Monday on charges of injury to a child a Beaumont detective said Detective Jason Hughes said officers arrested Tamecca Hen derson 21 and Perry Andrew Pippilliqn 34 last week at their Beaumont home nearly two months after the death of Monique Pippillion Hughes said Henderson and Pippillion took the infant to Memorial Hermann Baptist Hos pital in Beaumont on Oct 24 when she had stopped breath ing Autopsy results said the baby starved to death because of nutritional deprivation and neg Hughes told in Beau M0niques birth weight was 6 pounds and 9 ounces but she weighed 4 pounds and 10 ounces when she died Police also allege the babys diaper was changed one or two times a week Hughes said Henderson told authorities she had fed baby for mula to Monique Henderson and Pippillion each face one count of injury to a child which carries a sentence of five years to life in prison and a fine of up to The case has been turned over to the Jef ferson County District Attorneys office to present to a grand jury for indictments N AT I O N VVASHINGTON DEAN CLARK LEAD DEMOS IN FOURTHQUARTER FUND RAISING Aided by aggressive Internet campaigns Democratic presidential candidates Howard Dean and Wesley Clark raised the most money in the final quarter of 2003 according to preliminary estimates Dean the Democratic front runner will have raised more than million in the final three months pushing his yearly total to almost million Campaign manager Joe Trippi called on donors to push the quarterly total to the mil lion the campaignraised from July through September Clark the retired who entered the race in Septem ber will have raised between million and million in the fourth quarter for a total of almost million since becom ing a candidate Clark will get an additional bump after the New Year with an estimated million worth of federal matching money while Dean has declined public funds All the other candidates except Massachusetts Sen John Kepy 51 will also receive federal matching after Jan 1 WASHINGTON WORLDS AIRLINES FACE INCREASED United States will ensure that other governments enforce a new American requirement plac ing armed law enforcement offi cers on some flights to prevent hijackings Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge said Monday as the nation headed into the New Years holiday with terror threats high Ridge also assured Americans who may be corfcerned about holiday air travel that aviation in rthe United Stafes since the Sept terrorist attacks has risen to new heights of Hejencouraged Americans to continue with their holiday plans even amid the orange alert level or high alert status put in place more than a week ago The orange alert will stay in effect through the holidays and possibly beyond Ridge said Offi cials have not seen a reduction in air travel since the alert WORLD BAM Iran FOUR IRANIAN EARTHQUAKE SURVIVORS FOUND As search crews despaired of finding more survivors from Irans devastating earthquake Monday brought moments of hope Rescuers pulled a girl out alive rubble of her cavedin house and three men believed dead stirred in their white burial shrouds More than bodies have been retrieved since Fridays magnitude quake shook the ancient city of Bam and its sur rounding region in southeast Irahttlanesh At least peo ple Were believed Two aftershocks early Monday terrified survivors and toppled some of the few walls still ing in this city already turned into a moonscape of flattened houses Later Irans president and supreme leader made their first visits here since the temblor pledging to rebuild BEIJING JAPAN PROMISES TO CUT IRAQI DEBT CHINA SAYS IT WILL CONSIDER Japan agreed on Monday to lars of Iraqi debts and China said it would consider the idea boosting the campaign toi ease Baghdads financial burden Both governments announced their decisions after envoy James A Baker III met with their leaders on a lightning trip to Tokyo and of a global lobbying effort Japan which along with Russia says it is Iraqs biggest creditor abandoned its earlier reluctance to join debt relief It offered to forgive the vast majority of Iraqi debt if other members of the Paris Club of major creditor nations do so as weU Japan said earlier this month that Iraq owes it billion with interest and TEXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 913153739 31 BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot million PICK 3 eminent CASH FIVE 1225333436 36 MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD ARRESTS Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the follow ing between Dec 23 and 29 Ronald Lamar Allen 26 Arlington failure to maintain financial Responsibility Irish Marie Cobb 25 Seguin theft by check between and expired drivers license speeding violation of Bobby Joe Cockrell 62 Piano driving while intoxicat ed Nancy Collins 36 New Braunfels theft by check between and I Linda Ann Crane 32 Canyon Lake speeding 72 mph in a 60 mph zone failure to con trol speed failure to maintain financial responsibility failure to appear speeding 61 mph in a 45 mph zone viola tion of promise to appear Connie Marie Cruz 20 New Braunfels violation of prom ise to appear no safety belt Wesley Cudd 25 Canyon Lake driving while intoxicat ed Wylie Arlan Eaton 54 New Braunfels assault causing bodily violence Pustin Stephen Fell 18 Dallas no drivers license no safety belt Vanessa Flores 23 New Braunfels vio lence Eduardo Parra Garcia 30 New Braunfels fictitious regjstratipn Jose Alfred Garza 38 New Braunfels evading with a vehi cle resisting arrest search or RayJ 30 New driving while alcohol con tainer Christopher Lee Gonzalez 23 Universal City resisting lOlst or transport Jason f rip Gutierrez 19 s driving while license Darrell Edwin James 34 New Braunfels theft between Arthur James Johnson 23 Spring Branch driving while license suspended Stanley Joseph Kiilian 25 New Braunfels criminal tres pass Lorraine Gail Knowlton 41 Spring Branch driving while intoxicated James Edward Lockstead 23 Canyon Lake failure to maintain financial responsi bility Anselmo Jose Lopez 18 Austin no drivers license failure to maintain financial Pablo Vital Lopez 30 New Braunfels failure to maintain financial responsibility no drivers license fictitious license registration Patricia Jean Martinez 22 New Braunfels driving while intoxicated animal running at large violation of promise to appear James Darin Meacham 38 New Braunfels resisting arrest search or transport Michael Neal Miller 38 New Braunfels driving while license suspended 2 failure to maintain financial responsibility 2 failure to insurance Ray Mitteldprf 36 New Braunfels public intpxica tion Marshall Marlin Neal 39 Canyon Lake while intoxicated Michael James Padilla 35 New driving while intoxicated Padilla J1 Austin driving while intoxicated second offense resisting arrest driving while license causing bodily injury to family member fail ure to maintain financial responsibility driving while license suspended Gregory Ernest Porteck 42 Kerrville violation of proba tion David Regis Priest 30 San Ajitomp By MS JMoxication Danielle Sheets 21 New Braunf els forge ry Robert Eric Simon 177New Bruanfels uje attend school Andy Joe Smith 20 New Braunfels v to pro ceed with Mary E Thurston 56 New Braunfels assault causing Felix Carnell Vaillant 45 Canyon Lake driving whije intoxjcated John William Vaughn 32 i intoxicatioji Randy Allan Vincent 22 Alamo Heights theft by Dobrah A Yarbrough 50 Canyon Lake public intoxi Godrey Ybarra 23 New Braunfels public intoxication criminal tres Michael Lee Weaver 33 Canyon Lake assault caus ing bodily vio lence interfering with an emergency call Steven Duane Weddle 42 Jewett while intoxicated third or more offense Kathy Sue Taylor 477 T jntoxicajtion Lisa Marie Wilson 20 New Braunfels no rabies vacci nation Jose Antonio Ybarra 24 Baytown failure to dis valid Registration TEXAS CINEMA MARKETPLACE 12 651 Business Lp IH 35 N 830 625 4400 USE IT OR LOSE IT Plan Flexible Spending HERALDZEITUNG HafaSawy ffanisiydiaftlnu tmt tan ift Htiutmu Mi Vrw yevi CREATIVE EYEWEAR Edition Its not te late to use yeyr benefit before end 844 N Walnut HeoWZetag HeraWZeitwg HeraWZeitung HeraWZeitung Advertising Deadlines Fifty Pecentier19jhNoon Friday Oecsnte 19th 5pm Monday Deoembef 22nd5pm 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