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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 16, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2A HERALDZEITUNG November 2005 Despite beef Bush on friendly terrain in Japan Japan AP The mood will be celebratory when President Bush takes center stage in this ancient capital with Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro his closest ally in The two leaders meet Wednesday amid apparent progress toward ending the twoyearold Japanese ban on beef imports that has been an irritant on the American And the two countries just announced an agreement to realign and reduce military forces in resolving an issue that had caused concern in Bush and Koizumi were expected to keep under wraps a host of tricki er such as a growing trade deficit with Tokyos reluc tance to reduce the kind of farm subsidies that are holding up progress on a global freetrade and a recent Koizu mi visit to a controversial shrine that has roiled relations between Japan and neighbors South Korea and Koizumi earned Bushs steadfast loyalty by staunchly backing the invasion of Iraq and making the unpopular decision to send non combat troops there in January That mission is expected to expire next but Bush indi cated before the trip that he would nt press his friend for a decision on whether to extend It is a sign of how highly regarded Koizumi is in the Bush White House that Japan is the only coun try the United States has specifical ly supported for a permanent seat on an expanded Security Council something Tokyo badly DIGEST The Canyon High School band performs To have your event publi contact Melissa McCaghren at or by email at From wire reports LOCAL SMITHSON VALLEY ALAMO COMMUNITY COLLEGE REGISTRATION SCHEDULED TODAY Reg istration for Alamo Community College classes takes place today at Smithson Valley High Classes for the San Antonio College spring 2006 semester include sociology and The evening classes will be held at the Smithson Val ley Registration is from 4 to 8 in the foyer of Smithson Students must bring an official high school or college take the ACCUPLACER visit with a counselor and be able to pay tuition and For call the Dis tance Education Center at San Antonio College at 2107332045 NEW BRAUNFELS CTTC TO OFFER JOB GED CLASSES New Braunfels residents can learn job skills this spring while receiving a generalequivalency diploma or learning Central Texas Technology Cen ter will offer industrybased GED preparation classes starting in English as a Second Lan guage classes also will be avail able with either a medical or manufacturing The curriculum will blend careerrelated terminology with GED or ESL Students also will receive handson instruction in their chosen The medicalbased ESL classes will be offered from to Monday through The manufacturing based ESL classes will be offered from 5 to 8 Monday and GED classes are offered during the day from to Monday through Thursday and from 6 to 9 Tuesday and Registration and orientation for all classes will be offered 18 and 27 and For call 6092100 SAN MARCOS CHIEF SUSPECT ADMITS TO KILLING SISTER Rigoberto admitted to police that he killed his half Rosalia San Marcos Police Chief Howard Williams said CordovaTorres remains in the Hays County Law Enforcement Center under Justice of the Peace Margie Hernandez raised his bond from to Sunday after he was transferred to the jail from Brackenridge Hospital by San Marcos Preliminary autopsy results from the Travis County medical examiners office indicate a freshman at San Marcos High died of multiple stab Penny an investigator with the San Marcos CordovaTorres has met with detectives from the San Marcos Police Department and has admitted that he killed his half Dunn She said no further details could be released right now as the investigation NATION TEEN ACCUSED OF DOUBLE SLAYING WAIVES EXTRADITION A Pennsylvania teen accused of lolling his girlfriends parents agreed to be returned to his home state a day after he and his 14yearold girlfriend were arrested in Indiana after a police chase that ended in a I lendricks County Prosecutor Patricia Baldwin said David Lud signed documents at the county jail that clear the way for Pennsylvania authorities to take him to face murder charges Ludwig left Indiana on a plane Tuesday afternoon to return to Authorities have said it remains unclear whether Ludwigs girl Kara Beth had any role in her parents Richard E Garipoli police chief in Pennsylvanias Warwick where the shootings said Tuesday that he is treating the girl as a victim in the case until I hear other Karas upset shes Shes a 14yearold and we seem to forget Shes devas So its important that we do put her back with her family where she Garipoli WORLD Jordan JORDAN UNVEILS NEW ANTITERROR MEASURES FOLLOWING BOMBINGS Jordan introduced strict security measures aimed at foreigners Tuesday and said it was drafting the countrys first antiterror spe cific legislation to prevent attacks such as last weeks the triple hotel The moves came as more details emerged about the 35 yearold Iraqi woman who failed in her bid to blow herself up in an Amman with friends saying she had three brothers killed by The Embassy also said four Americans were among those killed in the raising the toll from CORRECTION In a headline on Page 1 of Tues days edition of the Herald the age of the motorcy clist who died in a Sunday motorcycle wreck was James Robert Crawford was 63 years MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County arrested the following 2005 Jody Lorraine Canyon theft by check between and Matthew Wade motion to pro ceed with session of less than 2 ounces of Nadeane San theft by check between and Debra Lynn New theft by check and Jose David Delcid no drivers license failure to display headlights at Henry Arriaga Canyon theft by check between and Angel Yvette San theft by check between and Wayne Allen San failure to Richard Kyle New motion to revoke while Kristine motion to proceed with adju by check between and Billy Joe New assault causing bodily Rhonda Sue Canyon expired license house shooting executed HUNTSVILLE AP A habitual drug user was exe cuted Tuesday for the slay ings of two people at a Hous ton crack house 12 years I would like toapologize to the and all the grief I have caused Robert Dale Rowell said in a brief final statement as the sister and brother of one of his victims watched through a I would like to say I love the girls next to he referring to six women he selected to watch him Several of them Then he Praise the Lets go Thats snorted twice as drugs began taking He was pronounced dead nine minutes Rowell already had been to records showed he fatally stabbing a fellow inmate while serving a sen tence for and was free under mandatory super vision when he was arrested for the shooting TEXAS LOTTERY PICKS SATURDAY LOJIO Jackpot million 048 yVEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot million UJ1 fit BB14 MEGA 2464M8 MB 7 Megaplien 4 TEXAS TWOHIP 4182735 BB 19 513182437 NEW 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