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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 26, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2A HERALDZEITUNO August Stete adds jobs despite closures in San Wichita Falls WASHINGTON AP took some hits Thursday when the federal base closing commission voted to shut ter Brooks CityBase and move hun dreds of jobs at Sheppard Air Force Base in Wichita Falls to Florida and San Anto But the state also added in par ticular when the commission upheld a Pentagon proposal to establish the San Antonio Regional Military Medical Cen ter at Fort Sam Houston and keep in the area research labs now at The second day of Voting by the defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission included moving military functions from one Texas base to anoth But the Brooks decision spells the end for a historic military presence at the acre cityowned facility that is effectively a technology park with the Air Force as its dominant I think Texas had some great wins and some great because we have so many bases and we had so much on the said Republican Kay Bai ley a frequent presence at the meetings in an The commission is expected to wrap up by the end of the When fin its report will be sent to Presi dent who can accept it or reject it in its or send it back to the commission for Bush has said he would accept the BRAG recommen Congress also will have a chance to veto the but it has not taken that step in four previous rounds of On the Brooks the commission kept about 275 jobs in Texas when it rejected a Pentagon proposal to move three directed research energy labs now at Brooks to other instead send ing the labs to Fort Sam Houston in San Other portions of Brooks work also will move to Lackland and Randolph Air Force bases in San Brooks has about military and civil ian jobs and 800 I commend the city for a very for wardthinking operation they put into place years ago and all the great work that goes on there Commission er James Hill Brooks City will con tinue to be an incredibly viable eco nomic jewel for San which will continue to NEWS DIGEST The Canyon Cougar Band practices a new routine To have your event publi contact Melissa McCaghren at or by email at From wire reports LOCAL NEWBRAUNFELS WOMAN ARRESTED ON BIGAMY CHARGE A New Braunfels woman was arrested Thursday on a charge of bigamy after allegedly getting married in Las Vegas while she was still mar ried to a local New Braunfels Police Depart ment Crime Analyst Libby Rine hart said Jenny Jo was arrested and released after posting a According the police Spencers husband called police with a complaint after learning his wife had The husband told police he and Spencer split up four years but Spencer refused to get a While talking with family members earlier this the husband found out that Spencer had remarried while visiting Las After doing some the husband called Bigamy is a Class A misde meanor punishable by 180 days in jail and up to a TEXAS CRAWFQRP WAR PROTEST ENTERS FINAL WEEK AMID GROWING OPPOSITION As an antiwar demonstration near President Bushs ranch entered its final opposition continued growing Thursday as landowners blanketed their barbedwire fences with signs reading This is Bush Country More Bush supporters arrived and pitched tents at the newly dubbed Camp located in a ditch across the street from the war protesters site along the main road leading to the presi dents Counter protests began in the ditch about a week after Cindy Sheehan started camping out soon after Bush arrived for his monthlong She vowed to stay until the end of August unless she could question him about the Iraq war that claimed the life of her 24year old son Casey and more than other Activists and military families were en route to Crawford from California on a tour called You dont speak for Cindy The caravan coordinated by Move America Forward plans to hold a proBush rally in town Sheehan said that the group is exercising its freespeech just as she but that it should change the tours I ever got up here and I speak for every single military she But I know I speak for thousands of I know we speak for thou sands of and we want to know what is the noble cause our children died what is the noble cause were still fighting for and dying NATION MIAMI TROPICAL STORM KATRINA STRENGTHENS AS IT NEARS FLORIDA Tropical Storm Katrina strengthened Thursday as it trudged toward Floridas heavily populated southeastern and forecasters expected it to become a weak hurricane before making landfall As the wind picked the storms forward pace and it could drop a foot of rain in spots as it creeps across the Battering waves and storm surge flooding of 2 to 4 feet were also the National Hurricane Center Hurricaneweary residents topped off their gas tanks and bought bottled water but many were skipping the storm shutters this time Wind is less of a concern for secured structures in Category 1 which have top sustained winds of 74 to 95 Mike a general con tractor from Fort was among those who decided to go ahead and cover the windows at one of his businesses He planned to do the same at home but I think its a light A lot of people arent tak ing it too Though lines were normal at area hardware stores and super gas station attendants along Interstate 95 between Mia mi and Fort Lauderdale said they were seeing more customers than People go out and fill their tanks to the but they dont They buckle gas station attendant Chris Bonhorst WORLD BAGHDAD PARLIAMENT PUTS OFF CONSTITUTIONAL VOTE Iraqi factional leaders struggled again to reach a consensus on a new constitution before a self imposed target of midnight but parliament did not meet and some officials said there was no plan for a future session on the The negotiators tried to reach an agreement on a draft by the close of a 72hour extension announced Monday night by the parliament speaker after Sunni Arabs refused to accept a charter approved by Shiites and The National Assemblys top Bishro had said die parliament had no plans for a session Sunni negotiator Kamal Ham doun said top Shiite leaders did not even show up at a meeting set for a few hours before mid night so we decided to Our decision is the Hamdoun This constitu tion is not They are acting according to the law of die force instead offeree of the We call on all Iraqis to vote no in the constitutional With Hamdouns comments it appeared increasingly unlikely that the parliament will ever vote on the West Bank PALESTINIAN MILITANTS THREATEN TO RENEW ATTACKS ON ISRAEL Militants said Thursday they will renew attacks on despite a sixmonth after Israeli soldiers killed five Palestinians in a West Bank arrest The killings and the threat of revenge ended a lull that accom panied Israels justcompleted withdrawal from 25 Jewish settle ments in the Gaza Strip and West Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said the Quartet of Mideast mediators the United the European the United Nations and meet 20 in New York to dis cuss establishing Palestinian con trol over the evacuated settle Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas urged militants to hold their fire and respect the cease but also accused Israel of intentional Troops were targeting fugitives from the Islamic Jihad which carried out two suicide bombings in Israel in recent The arrest raid late Wednesday came hours after a Palestinian stabbed and killed an ultra Orthodox Jewish seminary stu dent from Britain in Jerusalems Old The two incidents appeared In the Tulkarem arrest each side accused the other opening fire MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the fol lowing Calib Edward New unauthorized use of a motor vehicle fail ure to maintain financial responsibility no drivers Christopher Paul driving while Summer Rain assault Alex New motion to revoke probation assault causing Andrew Trevor Spring failure to maintain financial responsi bility possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana speeding failure to appear no Sumitra Marie failure to maintain financial Mark Carlton Canyon driving while license Roberto Raul New motion to revoke probation posses sion of less than one gram of a controlled penaltyjj rou Tina San theft of property Charles Harold Messer New public Yvonne Michelle New motion to revoke probation posses sion of less than 1 gram of a Cynthia Louise expired inspection no drivers license failure to Maria Luisa New theft of a public service between and Christopher Anthony New public Mary Jessica Canyon violation of promise to appeartheft by check between and Parker Dean San speeding failure to Stephen New public intoxica Jenny Jo New bigamy theft by Kevin Tony possession of drug Martha Canyon public Roy CabelleroYoung New motion to revoke probation criminal TEXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot WEQMSDAY LQTJQ Tffe Jackpot million LOT TEH MEGA MILLIONS 4 PICKS Day 476 Night 835 CASHF1YE 67193031 i Oruciun u la Virgcn le Guadalupe nuevc Avcs duranle nueve dias con vela enccndidu y pedir tres uno dos imposibles y al octavo dia al noveno dujar consumir la vela aim sin fe se Gracias Madre Maria Prayer to the Virgin Mary Pray nine Hail Maiys during nine days with a lit candle and ask for three favors one two impossible and on the eighth day On the let the candle be Even without faith they shall be Thank you Mother Mary HOW TO CONTACT US HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New TX 78130 fax 830 6251224 Published on Sunday morn ings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Subscription rates Carrier delivered in Comal and Quadalupe counties Three 3 Six 6 One 1 Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas Three 3 Six 6 One 1 Mail outside Texas Six 6 One II Postmaster Send address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New Delivery problems Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 8301 Staff directory Doug Editor and Publisher 201 doug.toney@heraldzeitung.com Gary Managing Editor 220 gmaitland@herald2eitung.com Valerie Business Manager 202 vshields@heraldzeitung.com Lisa Composing Manager 205 Henry Production Manager 214 Jeff Circulation 228 jfowler@heraldzeitung.com Netce Marketing 208 nbell@heraldzeitung.com Classified call 215 display call 208 call The ROGER DALE BROWN that was mentioned in the Arrest Records is NOT the ROGER DALE DROWN Of Drowns Welding a Manufacturing Farmer 1176 FM306 OLD HUNTER HOURS 10AM DARK 10AM 6PM NEXT TO DOUGS BAR B Q WATERMELON VINE RIPE TOMATOES CUCUMBERS HOME GROWN SQUASH SHELLED PEASSWEET CANTALOUPE i W1C APPROVED LOCATION WE ACCEPT LONE STAR I ECONOMICAL AUTO REPAIR iGRAND OPENING All work Check my Will beat any shop Call Steve 10 Off Parts Labor 839 I35 New TX Walnut Business Center Behind McDonalds OIEM V Call for WEDDING REHERSALS PRIVATE PARTIES HALL RENTALS CATERING THE INFAMOUS BLUE BONNET PMACE 2104107492 ASA P DATES ARE BOOKING 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