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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HERALDZEITUNG April 2005 Benedict XVI reaches out to other religions VATICAN CITY Benedict XVI pledged Wednesday to Work to uni fy all Christians and reach out to other religions as he outlined his goals and made clear he would follow in the foot steps of his Pope John Paid the former Cardinal Joseph listed top priorities of his papa cy in a message read in Latin to cardinals gathered in die Sistine Chapel for the first Mass celebrated by the 265th leader of the Roman Catholic He said his primary task would be to work to reunify all Christians and that sentiment alone was not Con crete acts that enter souls and move con sciences are he The new pope said he wanted to con tinue an open and sincere dialogue with other religions and would do every thing in his power to improve the ecu menical The message was clearly designed to show that Benedict was intent on fol lowing many of the groundbreaking paths charted by John who had made reaching out to other religions and trying to heal the schism in Christianity a hallmark of his pontifi DIGEST Friends of the library listen to speeches during National Library Week To have your event publi contact Melissa McCaghren at or by email at From wire reports LOCAL SEGUIN LAKE PLACID PHASE 1 REPAIRS NEARLY COMPLETE The GuadalupeBlanco River Authority Phase 1 repairs to the dam gates at Lake Placid are near Use of the lake will still be pro except for special use permits issued by until the planned opening of the lake On Saturday and Placid will be near normal levels for use of ramps by permit for removal of boats and essential The public boat ramp at Interstate Highway 10 will remain closed for approximately 30 or until GBRA completes the Phase 2 Buoys will be placed to mark restricted areas near the Lake Placid dam and Citizens United Lake Placid will be marking cer tain These tasks must be completed prior to the tentative lake opening day Mon Lake which has expe rienced changes in elevation during this will return to normal operation TEXAS HUNTSVILLE CONVICTED MURDERER PUT TO DEATH convicted mur derer who said he first tried cocaine at age 10 was executed Wednesday evening for abduct ing and fatally stabbing a San Antonio man whose car he stole nine years ago while he was Douglas was upbeat and animated in the sec onds before the lethal drugs were Ive been hanging around this popsicle stand way too he when asked if he had a final I want to tell you When I bury me lay two speakers at my put some headphones on my head and rock ri roll me when Im was smiling and mouthing I love you all to friends watching through a win dow nearby when the drugs began to take He gasped and He was pro nounced dead eight minutes lat at WORLD Iraq IRAQI PRESIDENT SAYS DOZENS OF BODIES FOUND IN TIGRIS Iraqs interim pres ident announced Wednesday the recovery of more than 50 bodies from the Tigris saying the grisly discovery was proof of claims that dozens were abduct ed from an area south of the cap ital despite a fruitless search by Iraqi Northwest of wit nesses said 19 bulletriddled bodies were found slumped against a bloodstained wall in a soccer stadium in The discoveries came as insur gents unleashed a string of attacks that killed at least nine Iraqis and wounded They included four suicide car bombs one of which targeted interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawis con voy and a roadside explosion in the police Allawi escaped they Another blast sent smoke bil lowing over Baghdads heavily fortified Green home to the Iraqi government and foreign The countrys most feared ter ror alQaida in claimed responsibility for two the Baghdad attacks in a series of statements on a militant Web Interim President JalalTalabani did not say when or where the 50 bodies were pulled from the riv but he said all had been iden tified as Terrorists committed crimes It is not true to say there were no There They were and they threw the bodies into the Tala bani told MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD ARRESTS Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels arrested the fol lowing April 1820 Edward Steven San no insur expired license expired drivers open violate promise to appear 2 Calib Edward New possession ofjirug Thomas Alejandro New parole Sara Nicole Brandenburg Canyon possession of drug Terra Lynn San motion to revoke of forfeiture Vincente Adrade New no dri vers failure to maintain financial responsi Cynthia Wall Spring unsafe no failure to Hernan Alex Cortez New no drivers JasonThomas New criminal mischief between and Richard Allen New Robert Joe New speeding 75 in a Jason New of prom ise to by check between and Sharon Lee Le public intoxica Johnny Dominguez New motion to burglary of a building with intent to com mit Ross Hunter New expired motor vehicle no possession of a dangerous Teodoro Lolo Nieto New public intox Bruce Lee New driving while license fictitious or altered Rosanna New failure to of stolen prop erty by check between and James Elroy Canyon motion to revoke Matilda San motion to adjudi use of a motor Brian Marshal Spring speeding 62 in a invalid drivers failure to Matthew New possession of marijuana less than two q u Teresa Marie New motion to proceed with adjudication possession of marijuana jess than two Talon Mark defective or no stop displaying ficti tous TEXAS LOTTERY SATUR MY Jackpot million mw WEDNESDAY UNTO r T E X fl mi IN on UOTTEHV 2142T2236 BB 28 MEGA MILJJONS IVB3 3 PICK 3 Day Night 146 1 1421 31 BB 25 CASH FIVE 613182124 Martin Medina New violation of protective public Dawn Lynn New committment while license Blue Bonnet Palace April 22 8pm2am Till 9pm After 9pm 23 8pm 2am Wildcard Till 9pm After Dress Code All ages welcome under 16 accompanied by adult PEC is ready to When you call PECs tollfree number during a power you may reach our automated high volume call answering HVCA system This system allows members to report problems in a timely fashion and learn about our 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