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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 11, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas 21 Thursday/ August 11.2011 | herald-zeitung.comPAGE TWO rtM    iiéW», •pwM.» iñi SfSTTib follow Ul on Twfttsr OHvvvSriunfvttHZ Btcome a N«w Braunf»!« HeraW-Zaityng FiCibook ftn it fic«book.coni Sign up for e-newslrtttr by vt*iting the Herald Zeiting online: heraW-ieitung com ► COMING UP INTHE H-Z Saturday The Herald-Zeitung's Faith pages feature local houses of worship every Saturday Saturday New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung presents the Comal County Business Journal special section Sunday New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung presents the 2011 Back to School special section Tuesday Catch up with wtiat happened over the weekend in New Braunfels and Comal ► YOUR DAILY COfVIIVlUTE The following Canyon Lake boat ramp closures have been announced because of low water. ■    Canyon Lake Forest, Ramp 5 ■    Canyon Lake Hills - West, Ramp 7 ■    Jacobs Creek Park, Ramp 13 ■    Jacobs Creek Park, Ramp 16 ■    Canyon Lake Shores, Ramp 22 ■    Mystic Shores, Ramp 23 The following Canyon Lake boat ramp is closed because of construction: ■    Cranes Mill Park Ramp 23 ► WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA Public meetings scheduled next week include-Upcoming public meetings include ■    Comal County Commissioners' Court, 8 15 a m Thursday, 199 Mam Plaza, New Braunfels Agendas posted at herald-zeitung corn/news /documents/ ■    Comal County Historical Commissior>, 5:30 p m today, 152 E Coll St ■    Water Oriented Recreation District board meeting, 5pm Monday at 1928 FM 2673 Agenda online atwww.wordcc.com ByWMWrtght The Herald'Zeitijng fish Camps art* a chance for me oming sixth-grarlers to Ixnome accnmated tor junior high sch(K)l, and the way inforning tr(»shmen IxKiome acquaint(*d with life in high school. C hildren atfendi0)> s( hi)ols in both ( omal (ounfy districts are taking Iheir next steps in the educational process. It began VVedn(*sday for Comal ISO's ( anyon Lake and Smithson Valiev high S( hixils, and Ix'gan earlii'r this \sc‘€*k tor A(j-Memorial Earlv College Hi^h Schcx)!. New' Braunfels will host its Fish Camp Administrators and sch(Kit counselors encourage all stuck'nts to lx\ome ramiliar with their new sc htxils and surroundings. For more intormatiiMi, visit the schiH>l'«i welrsite or contact the» schtxnl This is the remaining Fish Camf» sc IhhI-ule tor \BISn and ( omal ISO scbtH>ls; New Braunfels ISD \BHS, j"-*» [) m todav: none for \BWS; ORMS Unicorn, 3:M)-S p.m. Aug. 19 Comal iSD Canvon MS ()ag C amp), 1 - i p.m. Aug. 19; ( hurch Hill (Panther ( amp), 8; VO-10: VO a.m. Aug. 19; Mountain Valley tsixlh-grade orientation), f>-7 p.m. Aug. 17: Smithscin Valley fnone); Spring Branch siNth-grade orientation/parent night), b-\0 (>.m today. The camf) for Canyon High Sch(M)l will Ix^ UV|1:.M) a.m. Aug. 19, Pt*rforming Arts Theater N W K; \T!N(; TWK S> S FKM New Braunfels Herald uZi:nuNCJ Hf RAID ZFlTiJNG COK' 707 Landa St, New Braunfels, TX 78130 ¡8301625 9144 fax (8301 625-1224 Published on Saturday. Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Thursday through Friday fay the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (LISPS 377-8801, 707 Landa Street, or PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas 78131-1328 Periodical postage paid at New Braunfels, Texas POSTMASTER Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, PQ Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, TX 7813M328 Delivery Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 a m Tuesday through friday and by 7 a m Saturday and Sunday can tail (830i 625-9144, ext 229 Staff directory Doug Toney, Editor and Publisfier, Ext 201 doug toney Sherald-zeitung com Autumn Phillips Managing Editor, Ext 220 aphiilips!9herald-zeltung com Shawn Lbwis Assistant Managing Editor, Ext 221 [email protected] com Chns Hoffman Sports Editor, Ext 223 [email protected] com Kate Thomas Copy Editor, Ext 222 kttiomas<®herald-ieltung com Greg Bowen, Staff writer, Ext. 225 [email protected] com Dalondo Mouftne, Staff writer. Ext 224 dmouttne^herald-/eitung com WillWnght Staff writer Ext 218 wwrighfS'herald-iertung com Laura McKenzie, Photographer. Ext 227 ImckenzieSherald-zeitung com Shannon Myers Advertising Director, Ext 208 smyers®herald-zeitung com Jeff Fowler, Circulation Director, Ext 228 |fowler®herald-/eitung com Rosie Willingham, Business Manager, Ext 202 rwillinghamifiC'herald-zeitung.com Henry Coello, Production Director, (8X)| 625 5232 hcoello<®herald-zeitung com Classified advertising, call 625-9144, ext. 207 display advertising, call 625-9144, ext 208, obituaries, weddings, engagement, anniversaries, call 625-9144, ext 214 ■    news^herald-zeitung com ■    [email protected] com ■    p)anner<0:herald-zeitufig.com II [email protected] com ■    classifiedsi®heral.ti-7eitung com ■    advertising®herald zeitung com ■    cireulation'tiherald zeitung.corn HOW MUCH ARE NEW BRAUNFELS CITY COUNCILORS PAID? City councifors are paid $50 per meeting The councilor who serves as mayor is paid S75 per meeting In addition, all are entrtted to reimbursement for their actual and necessary expenses incurred m the performance of their specific official duties of office Said expenses shall be subiect to the approval of the council No current or future elected official shall serve more than two consecutive three-year terms of office and no more than three, three-year terms during a lifetime Vears or time of sen^ice that an elected official may sen/e m filling an unexpired term or a partial term of office shall not be counted toward the above limitatrons Interested parties who qualifv to run for office can file with the city secretarv office. Each councilor sfiail be a resident citizen of the city, shall be a qualified voter of the state, shall have been a citizen of the city for no less than 12 months immediately pnor to election day, and shall not be indebted to the City of New Braunfels If said resident, shall have been a resident for a period of not less than 12 months immediately preceding their election of any of the territory not formerly within the corporate limrts of said city, but is annexed under the provisions of Section 1 04 of the charter, shall be eligible for said office Shen Masterson, New Braunfels public information officer LWJRA McKENZlE | Hefald-Zéitung New Braunfels City Councilor Richard Zapata Have a quesiion abou' iocal g::vernment • Send i! to aphil)[email protected] and we'll find the answer All fiavigaimg the answers are aichived online at heFald-zeitung.com/news/naviQating_the_system MO()KI\(;S Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County booked the following individuals between August 8 and August 9: ♦    William Lee Aveentt, 24, Splendora, bond forfeiture possession mari)uana. failure to report change of address-sex offender, theft of property between S50 and S500, assautt-family member ♦    Hugo Cheyenne Aviles 17, New Braunfels, accident involving damage to vehicle more than S200 ♦    Leroy Robles Campos, 30, San Antonio, driving while license invalid ♦    Brandon Christian, 20, Hallettsville, burglary of vehicle ♦    Terry Richard Ellis, 34, Canyon Lake, assault causes bodily injury family member ♦    Raul Gonzales, 37, New Braunfels, driving while intoxicated with child under 15 years of age ♦    Nathan Matthew Hill, 19, Wimberly, burglary of vehicle Brandy Lynn Porter, 29, Porter, forgery ♦    Garison Alex Shelton, 21, New Braunfels, burglary of habitation ♦    Roger Allen Staniford, 60, New Braunfels, public intoxication ♦    Stephen Allen Tate, 56, violate promise to appear-theft of property between S20 arid $500 by check ♦    Gloria Luz Valdez, 27, New Braunfels, no drivers license, unrestrained child between 8 and 17 years of age, theft, littering, driving while license invalid, unrestrained child more than 5 years of age or 36 inches Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County booked the following individuals between August 9 and August 10; ♦    Salome Armendariz, 34, New Braunfels, speeding, driving while license mvaird, failure to appear -speeding ♦    David Wayne Atwood, 50, New Braunfels, public rntoxication ♦    Dylan Edward Creelman, 18, New Braunfels, manufacture or deliverv controlled substance penalty group 2 more than 1G drug free zone ♦    Juanita Marbella Dominguez, 24, New Braunfels, assault against a public servant, harassment of public servant ♦    Shannon Lowell Green, 36, Katy, motion to revoke probation - aggravated assault ♦    Rowdy Macray LaClair, 21. New Braunfels, motion to adjudicate guilt - criminal trespass ♦    Bruce Edward McPeters, 28, New Braunfels, violate promise to appear - motion to adjudicate guilt -theft of property between S50 and S50G ♦    Mitchell Eugene Puliin, 43, Cedar Creek, public intoxication ♦    Amado Aleixi Ramirez-Salabarna, 41, New Braunfels, credit/debit abuse ♦    Kyle Matthew Sanchez, 19, Spring Branch, possession of marijuana under two ounces ♦    Bud Tricker, 48, New Braunfels, public intoxication Under the U. S. Constitution, any person/defendant is considered innocent until proven guilty If any one IS found not guilty or had the charges dropped before the State going to trial and would like that finding published in the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, contact Managing Editor, Autumn Phillips, at 1830) 625'9U4 x 220 or email aphillips&herald-zeitung.com. hl.ori'KH New Braunfels Police Department reported the following incidents A houseful of energy savings Reducing your electric usé is a practical way to lower your monthly expenses. For ideas about how to use less power, try the Touchstone Energy “Together We Save” link on our website. This page has an interactive home model you can use to see what you can do to lower your electric bill. Try it now and see how you can save. Find Touchstone's interactive “Together We Save” home at www.pec.coop/savings. » between 7 a.m. Friday and 6:59 a.m. Monday; ♦    Aug 5,12 59 p m., NBU copper wiring stolen at the 9Q0 block of FM 306. Investigating Officer L Bettice. ♦    1:31 p.m., required reporting to DPS -further investigation being done at the 600 block of N. Union Ave Investigating Officer G Anderson. ♦    1 10 p.m., suspicious note found in resident mail box and reported at the 1400 block of S Seguin Ave Investigating Officer L Bettice ♦    Midnight, check account number was stolen without consent and used to obtain property at the 1000 block of Mission Dr Investigating Officer M Garcia. ♦    2 05 p.m., female being harassed by ex-boyfriend at the 1(K) block of Indian Grass Dr Investigating Officer L Bettice, ♦    2 p m,, found property at the 1600 block of McQueeney Rd Investigating Officer E, Cuellar. ♦    8:30 a.m,, unknown offender stole victims vehicle at the 100 block of Morales Ct. Investigating Officer R, Luna. ♦    5:30 p.m., minor crash results in driving while intoxicated arrest at the 600 block of W, Walnut Ave Investigating Officer A Taylor ♦    6 13 p.m., female threatened by ex-husband over phone at the 600 block of Frostwood Dr Investigating Officer D Henderson. ♦    7:20 p.m., violation of court order at the 5W) block of Starling Crk, Investigating Officer J Robles, ♦    1 30 p.m., rear license plate was stolen between 5 a m. and 1:30 p.m, by unknown persons at the 1300 block of 1-35 N, Investigating Officer M. Aguirre. ♦    7:31 p,m., four juveniles detained for theft of service at the 500 block of S. Union Ave. Investigating Officer G. Whitaker CREEkside CINEMAS Au. «Howniiic« AM ron raioAv SkmnM9népml(ÜtétSu -»mrtim, CREEKSIDE cinemas! Staff reports During ht*r ('ight-[)lus \ear tenure at ( nristus, she UPTAIN AMERIU: THt FIRST AVENGER 2D tPG13]l3WI5 955 CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE FIRST AVENGER 3D ¡PG 13) 1100 415 THE CHANGE UP [111 1 105 130 3S5 725 950 RISE OF THE PUUIET OF THE APES [PG 13] 1205 100 225 320 445 540 705 800 925 1025 HARRY POTTER • DUTHIY HAUOWS PT 2-20 ÍPC 13) 1 135 440 COWIOYS t ALIENS [PC 13) 1130 200 430 700 »30 FRIENDS WITH BENEFITS |R) 215 735 1010 THE SMURFS 2D [PC] 1125 405 ZOOKEEPfRiPGj 1115 410 HORRIIlEBOSSESlfl) 140745 1015 CRAZY STIJPIO LOVE [PG 13) 1120 155 425 730 1000 THE SMURFS 30 (PG) 1215 235 500 720 940 THE HELP [PG 13)1140315 700 1000 FINAL DESTINATION S 3D [K) 1235 245 455 710 920 FINAL DESTINATION S 2D (It) 145 625 835 GLEE; THE 3D CONCERT MOVIE (PG) 1110 I I S 325 530 /35 945 30 MINUTES OR IfSS [R] 1200 200 400 740 945 CREEKSIDE CINEMAS H t^ POWER OF COMMUNITY PEDERNALES ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE •hiOUtaim fcckwkfr •IttMwy ikiêum i—tmg -»nUteiOtllnUm wmPrMitHomIktté •HtffKwmlMMh vitk Cn€ksidB€ktenun.€om fcr ikumtkmM mé im «hMm MdwMnf hm Top nurses honored with SHINE Awards Chrisfus Santa Rosa Health Svstem recently thanked its nurses for rledl- 1 ation    ...... towarri the ( hristus mission of e'xtendmg the healing ministry of lesus ( hrist and to recognize the importance of the nursing profession. At eac h ( hristus Santa Kosa H(‘alth Svstem hospital cam[>us, one nurst' was (hosen to r(‘ceive a Special Honor tor Individual Nursing I vcellen( e (SHINEi Award. In Nc'w Brauntels, Sarah Emerson was r('cogni/c*d. I merson is an KN at ( hristus Santa Rosa Hos[)ital-\ew Braunfels. She was born at the former Me Ken-na Memorial Hos[)ital Sarah earnt'd a bachelor of science in nursing at the University of Texas at Arlington in 2001, eight-( nri5 servt^l on the Surgical Unit tor more than seven \ears, lulfilling the role of c harge nurse (luring the* final two years. She has bc*en in the Post Surgic al Unit tor )ust more than a vcwr, Deadline Aug. 19 for Coleto Creek Bowhunt The deadline for submitting entric'S for this year's GBRA-(Oleto ( rc'ek Reservoir Bow hunt IS noon Aug. 19. The 14fh annual Bowhunt for w hite-tail dcx^r and feral hogs is October through December. To entc'r the random drawing for thc> hunts, send a ^.S-inch-x-.S..S-inch postcard that me ludes a name, address, daytime [)hone number, email address, and names of those in the hunting party (maximum of four). Each hunter may submit a f)ost-card in his/her own name. Please note preferred hunting dato(s) and send to GBRA-Bc)w Hunt, ( oleto Creek Park, PO. Box f)8, Fannin, TX. 779(){). Each individual is limited to one poste ard entry. No email entries will l)c‘ accepted. Only those applicants drawn will be notified of the results of the annual draw. For intormalion, ( ontaci ('urtis Seiler or VVilfrcHl Korth, e hief ranger, at the (tolete) ( reek office at ( Í61) S75-Í) ifih, or email [email protected] . Library’s Reading Program Party Friday The End-of-Summe'r Reading Program Party for the New Braunfels Pul)lic Library reading [orogram will [)e 7 p.m. I riday at New Braunfels I’ublie Library. There will be a concert with Bretdraharri, and a grand prize winner for the [jreigram wiíl be ; drawn. Yüu must be present to win.: For information, call (830)221-4;iU). ;

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