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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 16, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page June 2005 PWNOWL CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Jobt ondistrictsnfebshe see each other in the My original plan was to stay at least another year at but the bottom line is that family comes Garinger said she will be turning in her resignation by the middle of next week and is aware of the job I hated for them to wait too long to post the job because I love New Braun and I want the right per son to be hired for she NBISD Superintendent Ron Reaves said the district published the opening pre emptively to speed up the search Here we are in the mid dle of and we find our selves without a Ron Reaves Reaves We have post ed the position so we can go ahead and begin searching for a suit able can Garinger said she was reluctant to leave the school and the Ive been in the district for eight years and its been won Garinger The students and teachers are great and the staff is so sup portive thats whats made this decision really Reaves said Garingers move was unfortunate for the school and that she would be greatly She is an outstanding administrator and we hate to lose Reaves We really wish she was A helping hand MANDY Krista Haas steps out of the front window of her over turned SUV with the help of New Braunfels Fire and EMS after being involved in a three car rollover acci dent at Old McQueeney Road and Business Temperatures climbing near century mark this weekend By Ron Maloney StaffWriter Get ready the tempera tures will be climbing toward three digits by the National Weather Service Meteorologist Dennis Cook said forecasters are antici pating highs in the mid to upper 90s Saturday and Sun day with the heat index topping out at 108 or 109 That means consider ing the humidity and other temperatures in the mid90s can feel at least 10 degrees Were saying the afternoon highs through the weekend will be the warmest in the area since last Cook The temperature spike will be caused by a ridge of upper level high pressure systems now over northern Mexico that is expected to build into Central Texas over the next several People needing to be out side for an extended period of time should take frequent wear light use plan on getting outside work done in the cooler part of the day and drink plenty of Cook According to the National Weather the high temperatures in New Braun are expected to be 97 today and Friday with the mercury climbing to 99 Sat MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD The following were arrested by law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal Victoria Marie New no drivers license no Tish Lanette New motion to pro ceed with sion of a controlled theft between and Maegan Rose Cedar minor in possession of minor in con Wallace Edwin Barfield motion to revoke by Robert driving Pablo San driving while license Alan Edward Delgado San violation of promise to to revoke while Adrian Rene New motion to revoke while Jennifer Kelly theft by check between and Patricia Ann motion to by check between and theft between and motion to revoke proba by check 3 Chase Cody James no jeat belt criminal Ryan Fair Oaks accident involving dam age to a vehicle of or Lindsey Nicole San minor consuming Jeremiah New public Brent public Ryan Edward San assault causing bodily violence violation of to revoke arrest or detention failure to appear theft by Refugio Nathaniel driving while intoxicat Manuel Olivarez New unrestrained child under failure to maintain financial failure to Nina San public intoxication consump tion of alcohol by ji Daniel Hugo Universal possession of less than 2 ouncesof marijuav Christopher Patrick pubttc Margarat Lucille Canyon public intoxica Larry New driving while license Jason Carl New assault causing bod ily Charles Lamont failure to identify by giving false or fictitious infor mation no drivers Michael James public Mathew William New driving while license invalid violation of a protective order Brittany Love San minor in possession off Zachary Allen Kevin Lynn New assault causing bod ily violence inter fering with an emergency call aggravated assault with a dea dly JamesTerry San plastic foam on river public James Michael Spring possession of less than 2 ounces of marijua na failure to maintain financial responsibility possession of Francisco Patlan San driving while license Warren Grant Rauch Canyon theft by check between and Ricardo New theft between and Adriana Marie Round failure to identify by giving false or fictitious Orlando Esteban New public Amos criminal Cesar Spring violation of promise to of less than 2 ounces of Israel Rodriguez New making a false report to a police Christopher David China motion to revoke in organ ized criminal of a Patrick Wayne no valid drivers license failure to maintain financial Jose San Anton driving while license Tim New wTriiam Scott West Jaime San pubjic Michael Duane San driving while license Cory Austin public Charles Joseph Cib driving while Kristi Marie New failure to stop at stop sign failure to appear no insurance no seat belt driving while license CORRECTION The JROTC Marine carrying the American flag in the pic ture related to Flag Day on page 1A Wednesday was iden tified The Marine was Josh TEXAS LQTTHIV SATURDAY LOrrcL Jackpot million WEDNESDAY LOTTO T EX H Jackpot million LfllifcHl 69202S3BBB10 PICK3 Day034 Night 660 TOwsjyyoSTip 571933 BB 6 CASH FIVE 202K243133 1KJ2MM9NB36 Tomas Lynard Kight indecency with a chiki Gerald Lee San possession of less than 2 ouncesjDf Annie Smith San motion to revoke pro Walter Leo Mason New theft between and Sean Alex criminal Lisa Ann driving while intoxicat ed speeding speeding 84 mph in a 65 mph zone failure to appear 2 no insur Edward Anthony New public intoxica tion assault causing bodily Richard Mendez San theft between and Juan Meraz New duty on striking fix landscaping causing more than in Stormi Rae New to of a finan cial Vernon Wayne failure to identify by giving false or fictitious Danel Angel San theft between and Wvaldo Santana San failure to identify as a fugitive by intentionally giving false or fictitious infor mation theft between and driving while third or more offense 2 Charles Robert New theft between and Elizabeth Michelle HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE Have you been diagnosed or think you may high blood pressure If you may qualify for a research study of an investigational medication to treat high blood Qualified candidates must be at least 18 years of If you qualify for this you may receive at no cost to you V Study related physical exam and laboratory testing V Investigational study medication or placebo you have a 1 in 12 chance of receiving placebo during part of the study V Compensation for your time and travel Free Kids Circus Tickets it PaBcliitm MtrctiMU COMAL COUNTY SHERIFFS POSSE Proudly C Comal County Siii WEDNESDAY JUNE 2005 SHOWTIME TICKETS AVAILABLE AT BDX OFFICE Oak Leaf Quilts 225 Seguin 6290774 OPENING T 17th MF Sat Fabric Notions Classes HI Jill Central Texas Health Research 830 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