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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 11, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 — Heraed-Zeitung - Friday, March 1 l f 2011 MISSING CHILD ALERT JOSHUA DAVIS JR. Joshua Davi* Jr., 18 months, disappeared from his New Braunfels home on Savannah Hill Circle on Feb 4 He is the son of Josh Davis and Sabrina Benitez New Braunfels Police, Texas Rangers and FBI agents are actively seeking information on Joshua's whereabouts Call (830) 620-TIPS if you have a tip. A reward of up to $5,000 is being offered for information. Actors, including Ted Meredith, center, respond to students' questions. LAURA McKENZIE Herald-Zeitung Austin Shakespeare acts out ‘World’s Fastest Hamlet’ at Canyon High Thursday From staff reports Anyone who ever thought the works of William Shakespeare were boring certainly got a culture shock Thursday morning at Canyon High School’s Performing Arts Center. The Austin Shakespeare troupe performed "The World s Fastest I lamlet" by Tom Stoppard. Under the direction of Ann Ciccolella, the actors first performed the play in 15 minutes, acting through an ultraturbo version in 2 minutes and another in 10 seconds. The group performed during first through third periods in which the entire student Ixxiy was able to watch. “It was fantastic,” sophomore Lauren Bush said. “I really enjoyed it. It was a very unique show. It must be amazing to get to do this for a living every day.” After the show, Austin Shake-speare members answered students’ questions, which included a query about the kind of education one needs to become a professional actor and another about how long the actors have had a passion for the theater. "It’s an honor to he able to teach kids of all ages like this about Shakespeare,” said Kimberley Adams, who played Queen Gertrude, Ophelia and I iamlet’s ghost during the pro-duction. “They are lucky to have such a beautiful theater.” Theater teacher April Cox said it was wonderful for so many students to he able to experience Shakespeare. “Oh my gosh, we re thrilled,” Cox said. “Some of these kids have never been exposed to theater. It’s such a great opportunity for us.” Academic dean Aryn Stande-ford agreed. "It was a great way to be able to support our English curriculum and to showcase our new performing arts center,” Standeford said. “I hope seeing this will spark some of our students to get into theater or writing.” US* Try fish on your Family Pack Regular Rata - $7.98 • Large Plate - $9.96 • L.B.S - $9.98 GR mm T% me SAUCE « TMt wooc [X/\ Open 6:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. Daily ^ Closed Sunday (830)629-6615 660 W. 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Around 4 a.m. Thursday, two suspects forced entry into Luke's Chevron gas station at 30115 U.S. Hwy. 281 North in Bulverde. “The two suspects in this burglary stole approximately $3,400 worth of cigarettes and some cash,” a Bulverde Mice Department spokesman said. “The suspects where wearing ail black including face mask and gloves. They arrived and drove off in a silver colored mini-van.” Bulverde police are reviewing the store’s security video and comparing this incident with others in the surrounding area. Cigarettes were on the list at three recent rob- HAVE A TIP? Anyone with information should contact Comal County Crime Stoppers at (800) 640-8422 or (830) 620-8477. Visit www.comal-crimestoppers.org on the Web. beries in New Braunfels. Around 2:46 a.m. March 1, Park Place Foods in the 1200 block of West San Antonio St., New Braunfels, was burglarized. “There were some cigarettes that were stolen. A burglar broke the glass on the door and ran and grabbed cigarettes,” said Lt. Michael Penshorn of New Braunfels Police Department. The suspect is identified as a heavyset male wearing a ski mask, gloves and a heavy coat. Early in the morning of Feb. 8, two males broke into Park Place Foods and stole an estimated $2,700 worth of ciga- Officials look for woman who tried to rob Tiger Tote By J. Louise Larson The Herald-Zeitung Authorities are looking for a woman who attempted armed robbery of Tiger Tote early Thursday in New Braunfels. At 1:42 a.m., New Braunfels Police Department officers responded to the gas station at 957 Loop 337 in reference to a robbery that had just occurred. "Initial investigation indicates that a Hispanic female entered the store and walked behind the counter. Once behind the counter, the female threatened that she had a weapon and demanded money from the clerk,” Lt. J. Pullen said. The suspect did not obtain any money or property and fled the store prior to the officers’ arrival, he said. "This case remains under investigation and any additional information will be released as it develops. Anyone with information in regards to this incident is urged to contact the New Braunfels Police Department at (830) 221-4100 or Crime Stoppers at (830) 620-T1PS (8477) to remain anonymous,” Pullen said. rettes. At about 3:33 a.m. on Feb. 5, two subjects broke into the Pit Stop at 1015 South Seguin, Penshorn said. “They just pried the door open,” he said, noting the suspects took between 60 and 75 cartons of cigarettes. Cigarettes are popular theft items — portable, lightweight, relatively expensive for their size, resellable. Cases of beer are a popular corner store shoplifting item — every few weeks or so, the police department will get a call for a grab-and-run, where someone has grabbed a case of beer and left without paying for it during business hours. Burglary of a building with items stolen that are valued between $1,500 and $20,000 would typically be a state jail felony, Penshorn said. The incidents are under investigation. SAN MARCOS HOSPITAL CLOSING PROGRAMS BECAUSE OF MEDICARE FUNDING CUTS SAN MARCOS-Central Texas Medical Center and its behavioral health partner, Diamond Healthcare, will be closing their Heritage Program for Senior Adults and Day One Recovery Program effective May 31. CTMC’s Heritage Program has been in existence since 2005. Day One began operations in 2008. Continuing cuts in Medicare and other insurance providers’ reimbursements for outpatient behavioral health care have created annual losses for CTMC in these two programs in excess of $600,000 over the past two years, hospital officials said. Matters of Public Record BOOKINGS feTMi Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County booked the following between March 9 and March 10: ♦ Kimberly Beth Angello, 21, New Braunfels, occupational license -failure to display ♦ Juan Mata Cardenas, 46, San Antonio, driving while license invalid with previous conviction or suspension without financial TEXAS C INEMA March 11-17 MARKETPLACE 651 BUSINESS LP IH35S (830) 625 - 4400 ALL NEW ADMISSION PRICES! $3 50 ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6 00 $5.00 ADULTS AFTER 6:00 CHILDREN & SENIORS $3.50 (PG) ♦ MARS NEEDS MOMS ilÄ» 9 00 (PG^y mMm m T __ ♦RANGO 2.15 ?■ 15 ♦ BEASTLY TPCT (PG-Ì3) IG MAMMAS: LIKE FATHER (PÔÏ3) (PG-13) I AM NUMBER FOUR 7:25 9:40 Only UNKNOWN (PG-13) ___ GNOMEO And JULIET (G) ♦ No Passes/Supersavers ( ) No early shows Friday 3/11 responsibility ♦ Johnny Lee Carson Jr., 25, Kyle, evading arrest detention, possession of controlled substance penalty group 1 - between 4 grams and 200 grams, resist arrest for search or transport ♦ Ashley Lashayne Cherry, 27, Spring Branch, violate city ordinance - fireworks ♦ Heather Ann Collins, 22, Canyon Lake, driving while intoxicated ♦ Susan Theresa Anna Cruz, 29, New Braunfels, theft by check between $20 and $500 ♦ Alisha Renee Galligher, 27, New Braunfels, public intoxication ♦ Isaias Esparza Garcia, 57, San Antonio, failure to appear - bail jumping, public intoxication by minor ♦ Tammy Lenice Guzman, 32, driving while licese invalid with previous conviction or suspension without financial responsibility ♦ Paul Casarez Mata, 53, New Braunfels, murder ♦ Todd Christopher Pospichel, 44, New Braunfels, public intoxication, failed to yield rght of way for pedestrian when not in crosswalk, open container ♦ Jose Luis Reyes, 39, San Antonio, no drivers license, hold for Immigration and Naturalization Service ♦ Charlotte Brown Sandlin, 46, Houston, failure to appear - criminal nonsupport ♦ Maria Elena Vanwinkle, 36, New Braunfels, no motor vehicle inspection Under the U.S. Constitution, any person/defendant is considered innocent until proven guilty or has had the charges dropped without the State proceeding to trial and would like that finding published in the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, please contact managing editor, Autumn Phillips at (830) 625-9144 ext. 220 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. X www.texascinema.com Irish Cheeses Have Arrived! Cahill Whiskey • Cahill Porter • Crozier Blue • Tipperary Cheddar They're perfect for a St. Pat's Day Party! Monday - Saturday 9 to 6 270 W. San Antonio St. • (830) 214-6471 Across the street from Dancing Pony_ The Piano Men starring Jim Witter March 12 A murtal journey througftHe 70's Juring songs of BHbLJoel & Habitat GRAND WIT for Humanity* nnruiiini comalhabitatore RE-OPENING! ReStore New & Used Building Materials, Appliances, Furniture, & More 25% OFF Carpet Tiles & Doorless Cabinets We carry HWEST0NI products! OPEN TO THE PUBLIC • RETAIL & DONATION CENTER Shop • Donate • Volunteer OPEN Tues. - Sat. 8:30 a.m. -1:00 p.m. LOCAL IN BRIEF From staff reports COMAL DISTRICT CLERK'S OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED WEDNESDAY The Comal County District Clerk’s office will be closed on Wednesday for computer training. Signs have been posted around the courthouse reminding residents of the closure. The office is converting to a new case management program beginning March 21. For information, call Kathy H. Faulkner at (830) 221-1251. If Faulkner is not available, ask for office manager Cherie Perez or supervisor Michelle Valenzuela. COMMENTS SOUGHT ON HAZARD MITIGATION PLAN FOR COMAL COUNTY Public comment is now being sought for the Alamo Regional Hazard Mitigation Plan. Comal County and the cities of New Braunfels, Garden Ridge and Bulverde have completed work on a draft of the regional hazard mitigation plan, which was made possible by a grant provided by FEMA and administered by the Texas Division of Emergency Management. The project’s primary intent is to identify and document potential hazards, risks, vulnerabilities and projects that are suitable for future federal funding as it becomes availabie. The plan can be reviewed on the Alamo Area Council of Governments website at http://www.aacog.com/ho melandsecurity / M itigatio n/HMPUdate2010-2011.asp. (See Mitigation-HMP Update 2010/2011) Comments can be emailed to County Emergency Management Coordinator Carol Edgett at email@example.com . HOWTO CONTACT US Herald-Zeitung 707 Landa St, New Braunfels, TX 78130 (830)625-9144, fax (830) 625-1224 www.herald-zeitung.com Published on Saturday, Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (USPS 377-880), 707 Landa Street, or P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas 78131-1328. Periodical postage paid at New Braunfels, Texas. Subscription rates: Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties: Three (3) months - $39 Six (6) months - $59 One (1) year - $99 Mail delivery in Texas: Three (3) months - $65 Six (6) months-$110 One (1) year $205 Mail outside Texas: Six (6) months - $135 One (1) year-$240 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, TX. 78131-1328. 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