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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 24, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2A HERALDZEITUNG December 2005 Demonstrators protest results of Iraq elections Iraq AP Protesters gathered across the country Friday to denounce parliamentary elections that demonstrators called rigged in favor of the main religious Shiite coali In unknown assailants kidnapped a Sudanese diplomat and five other men as they left prayers at a a spokesman for Sudans For eign Ministry An Iraqi Foreign Ministry official said he had not heard of the As many as people demonstrat ed after noon prayers in southern Bagh dad on Friday in a protest organized by Sunni Arab groups and attended by rep resentatives of secular Shia Many Iraqis outside the religious Shiite coalition allege that the elec tions were unfak to smaller Sunni Arab and secular Shiite We refuse the cheating and forgery in the read one banner among many decrying the alSumaidaeiof the Association of Muslim a major Sunni clerical told fol lowers during Friday prayers at Bagh dads Umm alQura mosque that they were living a conspiracy built on lies and You have to be ready during these hard times and combat forgeries and lies for the sake of he The military said two soldiers were killed when their vehicle struck a roadside bomb in Baghdad on No other details were And Britains Foreign Office an nounced Friday that the families of four kidnapped Christian peace activists will make a new appeal for their release in Iraqi No news has been received about the fate of Briton Norman 74 Canadians James 41 and Harmeet Singh 32 and Amer ican Tom since a group claim ing responsibility for their capture imposed a 10 deadline for their DIGEST Christmas decorations in Landa Park located near the park HERAIIZEITUNG To have your event publi contact Melissa McCaghren at or by email at mmccaghrenOherald From wire reports LOCAL SEGUIN REGISTRATION FORTLUS NIGHT CLASSES BEGINS 5 Registration for Texas Lutheran Universitys Evening College will be held from to 56 and 910 in the Beck Center on the TLU Classes begin The Evening College Program is designed for adult and nontra ditional students who want to start an academic degree but need class schedules after work in the evening Courses in the Evening College are college fullcredit courses that may be applied toward a number of To students must be 23 or activeduty mili employed full time or have two or more years of interruption in their formal Students may be admitted to the Evening College Program either as a degreeseeking stu dent in one of the majors offered within the Evening College or as a nondegree seeking special stu A variety of courses taught by TLU professors are being including classes in histo information math and sociology and Tuition for the Evening College for the Spring 2006 semester is per semester credit hour plus Students enrolled through the Evening College Pro gram may be eligible for financial aid programs offered by the fed eral and state For more information about the Evening courses offered or financial aid call 8303728040 or visit TEXAS DALLAS MAN JAILED FOR MORE THAN A YEAR WITH NO HEARING A 69 yearold man was jailed for more than a year without ever seeing a lawyer as he waited for a repeat edly postponed court and he was freed only after a cell mate told a public defender about the Walter Mann was released 16 after a year and three months well over twice the time he would have served if he had been convicted in his con tempt I was and then part of me was shocked that I was shocked because Ive read enough other stories about things like said public defender Shoshana whose efforts led to Manns quick This one seems to be pretty Manns legal troubles began in when his 13yearold son assaulted him and was sent to a juvenile detention unemployed and on disability was ordered to pay monthly for the boys housing but never according to court The district attorneys office filed a motion for contempt of juvenile The court then issued a writ ordering Mann brought before a which led to his incarceration in September 2004 for three minor warrants issued for writing bad Then he waited more than a year as his contempt case was post poned again and NATION NEW YORK AUTHORITIES INVESTIGATE POSSIBLE THEFT OF BODY PARTS Michael Brunos life had been uncomplicated He was an immigrant who worked spoke his mind and succumbed to kidney cancer two years ago at Typical Italian cab recalled his He had an opinion about Its only after death that his sto ry became Authorities believe his body and those of hundreds of other people including famed British broad caster Alistair Cooke were secretly carved up in the back rooms of several funeral parlors citywide to remove human skin and tendons without required permission from their Authorities allege the body parts were then sold for a health officials fear some of the stolen body parts were dis eased and could infect patients who received them in skin dental implants or other orthope dic risk concealed by paperwork doctored with forged signatures and false infor Its not just disrespectful to my said Vito who has sued one of the funeral Its an absolutely hideous crime against other In the Cooke authorities confirmed this week that investi gators contacted the late broad casters family after finding paper work indicating his bones had been removed and sold by a Fort tissue Biomedical Tissue before he was cre WORLD BEIJING CHINA COULD PUT NEW YORK TIMES RESEARCHER ON TRIAL SOON Prosecutors have filed an espi onage case against a Chinese researcher for The New York Times and his trial could begin within six his defense lawyer said Zhao who worked for the Times Beijing was detained in September prompting an outcry by press freedom He is charged with providing state secrets but the government has nt provided details of what he is accused of Zhaos Mo said prosecutors told him Friday that they had handed over the case to a Beijing Mo said Chinese regulations require the court to hold a trial within six In a story the Times described the move against Zhao as a formal indictment that could be tantamount to For Zhao Yans fami ly and this is deeply dis Bill the Times executive Weve seen no evidence whatsoever that he is guilty of anything but honest jour Zhao is believed to have been detained in connection with a report by the Times last year about plans by former President Jiang Zemin to give up a key Communist Party military Alito defended government s right to order domestic wiretaps WASHINGTON AP Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito defended the right of government officials to order domestic wiretaps for national security when he worked at the Reagan Justice an echo of President Bushs ration ale for spying on residents in the war on Then an assistant to the solic itor Alito wrote a 1984 memo that provided insights on his views of government powers and legal recourse seen now through the prism of Bushs well as clues to the judges understanding of how the Supreme Court oper The National Archives released the memo and scores of other documents related to Alito on Friday the Associated Press had requested the mate rial under the Freedom of Infor mation The memo comes as Bush is under fire for secret ly ordering domestic spying of suspected terrorists without a Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Arlen said Monday he would ask Ali to about the presidents author ity at confirmation hearings beginning The memos release Friday prompted com mittee Democrats to signal that they will press the conservative jurist about executive The memo dealt with whether government officials should have blanket protection from lawsuits when authorizing I do not question that the attorney general should have this Alito But for tactical I would not raise the issue Despite Alitos warning that the government would the Reagan administration took the fight to the Supreme Court in the case of whether Nixons attorney John could be sued for authorizing a warrantless domestic wiretap to gather information about a suspected terrorist The FBI had received infor mation about a conspiracy to destroy utility tunnels in Wash ington and to kidnap Henry then national secu rity to protest the Viet nam In its court the govern ment argued for absolute immunity for the attorney gen eral on matters of national The attorney generals Altai responsibilities in connection with intelligence gathering and prevention in the field of national security are at least deserving of absolute immuni ty as routine prosecutorial actions taken either by the attorney general or by subor dinate the brief When the attorney general is called upon to take action to protect the security of the he should think only of the national good and not about his Signing the document was Rex then the solicitor officials from the Justice Department and Alitos analysis about the court and the need for an incre mental legal strategy proved The case ultimately led to a 1985 ruling by the Supreme Court that the attor ney general and other high lev el executive officials could be sued for violating peoples in the name of national with such actions as domestic The danger that high feder al officials will disregard con stitutional rights in their zeal to protect the national security is sufficiently real to counsel against affording such officials absolute the court the court said Mitchell was protected from because when he author ized the wiretap he did not real ize his actions violated the Fourth The decision was consistent with the Supreme Courts unan imous ruling in 1972 that it was unconstitutional for the gov ernment to conduct wiretaps without court approval despite the Nixon administrations argument that domestic anti war groups and other radi cals were a threat to national Alito had advised his bosses to appeal the case on narrow procedural grounds but not seek blanket There are also strong rea sons to believe that our chances of success will be greater in future he He noted that thenJustice William Rehnquist would be a key vote and would recuse himself from the Nixonera TEXAS LOTTERY LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 46131537 BB 22 WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot million 116192024 BB 12 MEGA MILLIONS Megaplier 4 PICK 3 Day 199 NighL 047 TEXAS TWOSTEP 691114 BB 12 CASH FIVE 1352230 For your Shop my Nanas shop Ladyjanes 106 Sun 15 200 Seguin New 78130 Basement of the Formerly Courtside Cafe 6252440 HOW TO CONTACT US HeraldZeitung 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung USPS 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Texas Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Subscription rates Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe 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 1 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 830 Staff directory Doug Editor and Publisher 201 doug.toney@heraldzeitung.com Jeremy Managing Editor 220 ipafford@heraldzeitung.com Jeff Circulation 228 jfowler@heraldzeitung.com Neice Marketing 208 nbell@heraldzeitung.com Valerie Business Manager 202 vshields@heraldzeitung.corn Henry Production Manager 830 6255232hcoello@heraldzeitung.com Robyn Graphic Department 205 Classified call 215 display call 208 call WEVE MOVED New Braunfels Cardiology Frank Ted Charles Yasser Melanie Morris FNPC Eduardo Guiterrez Our office has moved from 730 Houston Come see us at our new location 1626 Common New TX 78130 830 6201272 Fax 830 6201274 email nbcl232004@yahoo.com John Korans new office will be open effective January 2006 652 New Texas 78130 Phone 830 6250009 The office will be closed from December 2630th for the If you have appointments please call ahead for Thank you for understanding during this 3 The HeraldZeitung will be closed December 26 January 2 in observance of Christmas New Years HOLIDAY DEADLINES Edition HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung Edition HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung Christmas Deadlines Publication Date QtadJlns 25 Tuesday 20 27 21 29 23 NEW YEARS DEADLINES 1 27 3m 28 4 29 5 30 Classified CHRISTMAS DEADLINES Publication Data Deadline 25 Noon 27 Noon NEW YEARS DEADLINES 1 29 Noon 29 Noon We would like to wish everybody a safe and joyous Holiday Season and a Happy New Year from the employees at the HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New Texas 78130   

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