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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas 8AI Sunday, September 18,20111 herald-zeitung.gom POLICE BLO'ITEH Nsw Braunfels Polic* Department reported the fd-lo^ng incidents between 7 a.m. Monday and 6:59 a.m Tuesday. ♦ Sept. 12,7:45 am., vehicle was entered and money was taken at the 1200 block of Ruddy Duck. Investigating Officer R. Whitehair ♦ 9 28 a m., male was arrested for two outstanding warrants at the 2600 block of Becker St. Investigating Officer R Whitehair. ♦ 3:31 p m., serve warrant at New Braunfels Municipal Court Investigating Officer L. Hildebrand. ♦ 6:04 p m., female was arrested for stealing S41 60 worth of clothes at the 200 block of Creekside Way Investigating Officer D Henderson. ♦ 7:25 p.m., criminal mischief at the 2200 block of Morningside Dr Investigating Officer C Wilkins. ♦ 8 p.m., male violated protective order at the 400 block of S. Castell Ave. Investigating Officer A. Taylor ♦ 8:01 p m., truck left unlocked stolen from driveway of residence at the 2900 block of W. San Antonio St. Investigating Officer A Taylor, ♦ Sept 11,2:03 a m., mother choked daughter at the 1400 block of W San Antonio St. Investigating Officer J. Pullen. ♦ Sept 13,1:58 a.m., driver arrested DWI second, voluntary blood draw at the 5700 block of 1-35 S Investigating Officer 0. Trahan New Braunfels Police Department reported the following incidents between 7 a.m. Wednesday and 6:59 a.m. Thursday. ♦ Sept 14,1:04 a.m., serve warrant at the 1900 block of Lou Ann Or Investigating Officer R Gardner ♦ 9 36 p.m., male left Connections without consent at the 1400 block of W, San Antonio St. Investigating Officer S Hrncir ♦ Sept 15,12 16 a.m., female arrested for pushing her husband at the 1300 block of Bartels St. Investigating Officer D Henderson. 4 Midnight, found various credit cards, insurance cards, gift cards, and smoking pipe in restroom at the 1200 block of I-35 S. investigating Officer D. Trahan. New Braunfels Police Department reported the following incidents between 7 a.m. 1l)ursday and 6:59 a.m. Friday. ♦ Sept. 15,10 a.m., offender(s) entered wooded lot and cut and stole somewhere between 15 to 30 cedar trees at Independence Dr Investigating Officer M. Garcia ♦ Sept. 14,3p,m., unknown person broke victims windshield at the 1500 block of 1-35 N Investigating Officer D. Sweet. ♦ Sept. 15, T18 p.m., female cited for theft under $50 and given Criminal Trespass Warning at the 100 block of 1-35 S. Investigating Officer L. Bettice. ♦ 4:16 p.m., ¡uvenile being reported as a runaway, but returned home during search at the 600 block of S Guenther Ave, Investigating Officer A Taylor ♦ 4:10 p m,, male arrested for parole violation at the 1200 block of N Business 35. Investigating Officer A. Taylor ♦ 5:46 p.m., suicidal juvenile female at the 800 block of Stonewall St. Investigating Officer G Walker ♦ 7:52 p m., attempted suicide at the 1800 block of Sunnycrest Cir Investigating Officer D Henderson ♦ 9:24 p m., male was arrested for a municipal warrant at the 1500 block of N Business 35 Investigating Officer M Aguirre ♦ Sept 16,1:10 a.m., female arrested subsequent to traffic stop al the 100 block of State Hwy 46 S Investigating Officer S. Powell ♦ 1.38 a.m., unknown subjectls) took a camera and a camcorder from vehicle at the 300 block of E Faust St, Investigating Officer S Hrncir Katy Perry rocks out at Schlitterbahn Submitted photo Schlitterbahn New Braunfels hosted a private event for music star Katy Perry and 50 members of her cast and crew on Sept, 6, The award-winning artist made a donation to the park's employee scholarship fund and provided free tickets to her sold-out concert for the Schlitterbahn staff working the event. CIS honors supporters, donors at luncheon From stall reports COnmiunftics In Sc hools lionorcd donors <incl su()-porfers dufing d luni hcon Sept. 1 5 .It M( Kennd f vents ( entt'r Arnoi’ig the organiz.itions and individuals rei ('iving CRASH Continued from 1A pilots keep (ontrol ot th(’ air( ratt, Reno p()li( (' also provid-('d cl tjPS mapping svsteni to helj) investigators recreate the crash sc en(‘, "Pi( tures and video appear to show a pic'ce ot thc' [)lane vv.is coming oti," NT SB spokesman Mark Rosektnd said at a news conlf'rc'nce, "A com|)onent has Ix'en recovered. We have not idc*ntilied the component or it it even c ani(‘ irofTi the airplane ... VVe are going to toe us on that." The dead so far me luded the ¡)ilof and c'ight spc'c-tators ()llu lals said S4 pc'ople w'ere triins()orted to hos-[)itals, but more came in on their own. hght rem,lined in c ritical ( ondi-tion as ot midday Stitur-day and nine were in serious c ondition, Dc'spite the' l.irge num-l>er ot dead and injured, witnesses and ()eople familiar w'ith the race say the toll could have been muc h worst* had the plane gone down in the larger crowd area ot the stands. The f)lane crashed in a sc'ction of box seats that was located in front ot the grandstand area where most [)C‘ople sat. RATINGS Continued from lA <)nd h.id a lovv s[)(>nding index, earning it a r.iting ot tour stars. "The lAST rc'port is a b .1 n g I tJ r- \ ou r b u c k f('[)ort," NBISI) Superin-tendc'nt R.indy Moc/vgemb.i s.iid, "fhis rc'porl mc'asurc's w'hal kind ot ac.idemic growth \our distrii t IS gaining bdsc'd <jn the dollars that you are spending. It shows that NBISI) continuc's to PARADE Continued from 1A VVit'denfcTd said, "I sec' people sitting in their lawn ch.iirs, (Mting breakt.ist tacos and social-i/ing," Parade-goers also are advisc'd to bring hats, sun- Customized Medical Weiglit Loss •Releana* '|i .hCG ■' - 't^‘ 0-' # •THE NEW YOU! Healthy Eating And Exercise •Concierge Weight Loss Program ‘''SX'r Allied Wellness Center is dedicated to help ir you achieve your personal weight loss goals in the healthiest way possible. ■/f • Call for a wellness consultation ^ (830)620-0092 ' Allied Wellness Center 1860 S. Seguin Ave. New Braunfels, Tx th.mks wer(' Hraurifels lounclation Trust, C!omai ( ounty United Way, the Harvey f, Najim Family f oundation, Hunter Industries, M< Kenna Legacy I ound.ition, ().vkwood Baptist ( hurch, Sc hlitler- bahn, William and Carol Schumacher, Ciraham and Flizabeth Weston, and many others. CIS rcHognizcYl McKenna Legacy Foundation for its unwavering sup(K)rt by presenting it with the "Friend of ('hildren Award," whic h honors organizations that best emulate the ( IS mission of surrounding students with a community ot sup(3ort, em[)c)wc'ring them to stay in school and achieve in life. V www.aUiedwellnesscenter.net iiH re,is(> Its .H adetnic a( hiev(‘m(‘nt dc'S|)ite that liict th.it w(' have less tunds to spend on educ a- tion,'’ ( om.tl ISI)'^' comfiosite .uadc'mic ()rogr(>ss (>er-c c'ntile was S8, and c ou-[)led w ith what the report dc'c'mc'd ,)s a high spending index, it e.irned <i rating of two and .i halt stars. "It's tough on tolks who don't h.ivc' much room tor im[jrovemc>nt," ( omal ISO Su|)(‘rint(‘ndc‘nt Marc Walkc'r said ot the report. "We're .ilrc'ady in the ‘Kith sc rc'c'n <ind watc'r, Betwec-n 2()() and J'iO c'ntric's are slatc'd to [).irtic-ip.itc' in the fair [)iirade. The parade route l)egins at the ( ornc'r ot San Antonio and S.inta ( lara strec'ts, tr.ivels down S.in Antonio StrcH'l, crosses the (j)mal River Briflgc' .uid ends in Princ e Solms Park. For those looking tor a placc‘ to |)ark, WiedentcTd suggestc'd Bridge, (Castell and Milt strec'ts as possibilities. Sc'veral streets will be used lor float line-up. Motorists are advised to avoid th()se areas. "Syc.imore, Willow <tnd S.inta ( l.ua strc'c>ts will be used tor float line up," Watts s.iid. Cross Strec*t in th.it area is percentile on TAKS. "If the score is an average over three years, that's 89 percent to percc*nt for Comal fSD." Two ('omal ISD elementary schoijls, S[)ec ht and Bill Brown, were designat-c'd as Texas Honors Circ le campust's, which are deemed to have achieved superior student academ-i( growth while kec^ping spending low. Both schools receivc'd a five-star FAST rating. Still, W'alker c hided the re[)ort for not taking into ac count the» financ lal burden school distric ts like* his have had to bear. "If we're spending too much money, the state* dc'terminc's how much wv receive. Our spc'nding is based on target rf'venuc's," W'alker said. "Finally, I am still unable to find a compa-rable distric t that has ovc'r 600 sc^uare miles, given all of the costs associated with that. We are* larger in area than Northside, North Fast and San Antonio ISO (ombinc'd." ex[)ectc‘d to be busy as well. At a.m., barricadc'S will go u[) for San Antonio Street. Watts said parade goers could expect to see all of their favorite cnTtries at this year's parade, including )lenty of floats, marching )ands, custom cars and local organizations. Debbie Smith is serving as this year's parade marshal. Trophies will be awarded to parade participants for first, second and third [)lace in each of the following categories: Visiting towns and fairs, school organizations and local organizations. "We just invite everyone to come and enjoy the parade," Watts said. r«*feiVAl cf Ful^ 1:00 ^MIDNIGHT Saturday, October 8 FREIHEIT COUNTRY STORE www.HydroAngelsOverTexas.org _ (830) 837-9459 ~ Pre - Purchase Tickets ~ '•m It's Hydrocephalus Awareness Month Pet Parade Those (‘ntering the pet f)arade can enter in the judged c ontest .it 8: iO a.m. in the Handy Andy parking lot. First-place trophies will be given in the c titegories ot most unusual decoratc'd f)et and owner, best dec o-rated cat and owner, bc'St decorated dog and owner, best dec orated livestock and owner, best decorated bicycle and owner, and best decorated bicycIc* group and owner. Those not entering the contest can stilt participate with their pet in the Pet Parade. Admission to the 1 18th annual (.omal ( ounty Fair is tree on Wednesday. Admission on Thursdav is free until 4 p.m., and free for studc'nts until f> p.m. on Friday. Admission also is free on Sunday, Se[)t. 25. Tickets are $5 for adults 12 and older; $1 tor children 6 to 11; and free for children S and younger. For information, call 62,S-150,5 or visit www.cc)malc0untyfair.org, BETTER LOAN RATES AVAILABLE NEED CASH FAST NO UPFIiONT FEES, GOOD OR BAD CREDIT EVEN BANKRUPTCY HELP AVAILABLE LOANS from $2500 TO 250K Get loans for Bills, Personal, Debt Gdnsolidations, Medical Emergency, Business, 1st, 2nd Mortgage, Home Renovations, Vehicle, Ett
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