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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 20, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 21 Tuesday, September 20; 2011 | herald-zeitung.com  PAGE TWO  o  WÌ  For breaking nows, sports and traffic follow us on Twitter ©NewBriunfolsHZ  Become a New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Facebook fan at facobook.cofn  Sign up for e-newsletter by visiting tfie Herald-Zeiting online: herald-ioitung.com  ► COMING UP IN THE H-Z Wednesday  Clip out delicious recipes published on the Herald-Zeitung's At Home page.  Hi  Friday  Gear up for high school football with previews of local games m the Sports section  Thursday  Looking for something to do’ Check out the Weekend page to see  what’s happening  Saturday  The Herald-Zeitung's Faith pages feature local houses of worship every Saturday  ► YOUR DAILY COMMUTE  The following upcoming road proiects and closures have been announced:  ■    Lee Street at Walnut Avenue will be closed from 8 a m to 5 p m through Oct. 3 for construction of new roadway lanes as part of the Walnut Avenue Proiect.  ■    Coll Street at South Walnut Avenue, today to build new roadway lanes  BECOIVIE AN l-REPORTER  ih-z  newsO^eaid-ffittungcom  ► WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA  Upcoining public meetings include:  ■    NB Downtown Development Board, 8 30 a m today, City Council Chambers, 424 S Castell Ave  ■    Comal County Commissioners' Court, 815 a m Thursday, 199 Mam Plaza  ■    Zoning Board of Adjustment, 6 p m Thursday, New Braunfels Municipal Building  ONLINE EXTRA:  MEETING AGENDAS  Visit herald-  zeitung.com/news/documents  to download agendas for upcoming local public meetings  New Braunfels  Herald uZeitunc;  HERALD ZEilUNGXOM  707 Landa St, New Braunfels, TX 78130 (830)625 9144, fax (830) 625-1224  Putilished on Saturday, Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (USPS 377-880), 707 Landa Street, or PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas 7813M328  Periodical postage paid at New Braunfels, Texas POSTMASTER Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, TX 78131-1328  Delivery  Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 a m Tuesday through Friday and by 7 a tn Saturday and Sunday can call (830) 625 9144, ext 229  Staff directory  Doug Toney, Editor and Publisher, Ext, 201  doug toney''»herald-zeitung,com  Autumn Phillips, f^anagmg Editor, Ext 220  aphillips#herald-zeitung com  Shawn Lewis Assistant Managing Editor, Ext 221  slewis@herald'/eitung com  Chris Hoffinan, Sports Editor, Ext 223  i.hoffman&herald-zeitung com  Kate Thomas, Copy Editor Ext, 222  kttiomas'®herald-ieitung,com  Greg Bowen, Staff writer. Ext 225  gbowenS'herald-zeitung com  Oalondo Moultne, Staff writer. Ext 224  d inoultrie'i?'h erald-zeitungcom  Will Wnght, Staff writer. Ext, 218  wwrighKoiherald-zeitung com  Laura McKenzie, Photographer, Ext. 227  wwright@hera1d-7eitung,com  Shannon Myers. Advertising Director, Ext. 208  smyers@herald-zeitung com  Jeff Fowler, Circulation Director, Ext 228  )fowler@herald-zeitung com  Rosie Willingham, Business Manager, Ext 202  rwillinghaniiSiherald-zeitung,com  Henry Coello, Production Director, (8301625 5232  hcoello@herald-zeit:ung.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-/eitung com  ■    sports@herald-zeitung com  ■    planner@herald-zeitung com  ■    lette r s@he raid - zeitun g c om  ■    classifiedsCiSherald zeitung.com  ■    advertising@heraJd-zeitung,coni  ■    circulation@heTa1d-zeitung com  HZ  Rep. Miller to seek re-election  State Kep. Doug Miller tvnnounx(‘fl Monday he is I .ninth ing his re-election bid for another term in the R'xas I louse of KepreM'ntafives.  "In Novi'mber ot 2010,  Texas Hill ('ounfry voters spoke loud and < lear that l(‘deral governni('nt over-riMch vv.is getling in iIh' wav ol tht'ir lives," Miller s.iid in .) news rt'k'ase. The mt'ssage was heard and sent to Washington, D.f^. that  Miller  Texans expe( ted th('ir leaders to do more with less just as those Texans have been doing bac k here at home.  “I tf'ol that we succeederl in sending th.if message but there is more fo be done to ensure fhal Washington keeps their eyes and hands out ot the Texas Hill C ountry. I stand ready to protett and (letend our Hill Country values."  Mill(*r authored and passt'd bills to help relirc'd tea( hers anrl c reate more (‘lfi( ient, less burrk'nsome government, a( c ording to a press release.  The representative also touteii his support tor veterans, their sf)ouses, and his work on the state budget.  Miller represents District 7), which is comprised of Bandera, Comal, Gillespie and Kt'ndall counties. He is a mc'mier of the House Committees on A[)propria-tions. Natural Resources and Environmental Flows. He also servc'd as mayor ot New Braunfels, as membc'r of Region L State Water Planning Grou ), ancl most recently as c hairman of the Fdwards AijUiter Authority.  mv\) KKCKIVKS AWARD  DALONDO MOULTRIE | Herald 7f;itu(ig  New Braunfels Police Department rnemoers accept the lexas Department of Transportation's 20T1 Impaired Drivm,g Mot)ilization Department ot the Year av»/ard  NBPD wins award from TxDOT  f iom stati r^ports N-c-w Bra un tels Police Departí!It>nt is on*' of llu* best 111 th(‘ st.itc and ttie dep<irtni(>nt rt'( <‘ived <ui award re(('iiti\ to prove It,  I )uring lexas Df'p.irtnKMit ot Ir.uispoilation's annual Save a 1 it(‘ Sumniit Aug. m San .Antonio, Txl)()r honorc'd \BPD .IS the jOI I Impaired 1 )iiving ,\U)l)ili/ation I )<'pait ment ol tlu' Vc.ii tor its si/(>, NBPD 11 Heatli Purvis said, d  Ihe (l('partni('nt is in thè cate-gory ol 11 to UH) ottu ers. Th(' other two ( .ilegories tnc luded >0 or téuer oltu ers ,ind iOO or mori', Purv is said, l\D( )T awarrk'd (k'partmc'nt ot thè \('ar l),is(‘d on on ovct.iH (lepar!nienl<il |K'rlorinan( e. DVVI cntoricment hours and arrests, tinieK and <i< ( urate rf'poiting, program parileip.ì-tion <ind e\tieU urru ular pi'r-lornian( e, said F{‘rr\ A. P(mk e, dire* tor ot traltic sat('t\'.  Purvis said the department was rc*c()gni/ed tor its activi-ti('s in (omal ( ounty's "No Rc'tusal" program, tor c'fforts in S(‘( Liring a Specialized Tratfic Fntorcement Program grant, for prc'senting drunken driving youth awar(’ii(*ss ¡¡rograms ancl nuK h more.  "Obviously, it's a [irettv big honor (onsidering the si/e of lexas and how many Luv (Mitorcement ageiu iC's there are in Fexas," Purvis said.  Texas Physical Therapy Specialists  Newest Research f fewait Visite  f\ %  •    Orihopaedic/Sports Rehab  •    Manual Therapy  •    Aquatic/Fleated Fool  •Hand Rehab &EM(i/NCS Testing Services  Andrew Bennct. PI 11m l.ybarger, P I Aimet Anthony, PI  AmaZING! Customer Service In a FrieiuHy Eavirotiment  APIA B(iurd( ertified I t'llowship Tr.iined  New Braunfels - (830) 625-7310  www.TexPTS.com   New Braunfels Police Department reported the following incidents between 7 a.m. Friday and 6:59 a.m. Monday;  ♦    Sept, 16, 9:26 a rn,, one subject arrested for driving wfiile intoxicated and second subject for open container at the 1 TOO block of Loop 337. Investigating Officer IV!  Seibert  ♦    11:20 a.m., victim reported that someone stole her purse and phone from vehicle at the 2300 block of Gruene Lake Dr Investigating Officer J, fylahoney.  ♦    12:59 p.m., male found to be in possession of methamphetamines during pedestrian stop at the 1900 block of Post Road. Investigating Officer D Sweet  ♦    1:11 p.m., mental subject not taking tiis medicine at the 400 block of Orange Ave. Investigating Officer J. Martinez.  ♦    Sept 18, 9:30 p rn., ID theft at the 900 block of N. Walnut. Civilian Civ  ♦    Sept. 16,6:11 p.m., violation of court order - child custody. Reported at the 1400 block of S. Seguin Ave. Investigating Officer C Diaz.  ♦    7:07 p.m., windows to vehicle broken at the 200 block of Courtyard Dr Investigating Officer C. Diaz.  ♦    7:20 p.m., vehicle burglarized and radio taken at the 1200 block of 1-35 S Investigating Officer S, Jackson  ♦    9:01 p.m., male subject arrested for a CCSO warrant at the 2500 block of Loop 337.  Investigating Officer C. Butcher  ♦    10:00 p.m., sub-feet's vehicle taken without permission at tfie 1000 block of 1-35 N. Investigating Officer T.FIugrath.  ♦    Sept. 17, midnight, 4 subjects issued  ni,( ) l TKH  criminal trespass warning by security at the 700 block of E Mather St. Investigating Officer T Flugrath.  ♦    12:58 a.m., vehicle door punched and Items taken while parked at hotel at the 1500 block of 1-35 N. Investigating Officer T Flugrath.  ♦    4:15 a.m., unlocked vehicle was rummaged through and miscellaneous items were taken without consent at the 400 block of Raven Rd. Investigating Officer G, Fuller  ♦    7:41 a.m., unknown suspectjs) stole victim's mailbox at the 1200 block of Saengerhalle Road. Investigating Officer T Mallet,  ♦    8 a.m., burglary of motor vehicle overnight at the 1700 block of Broadmoor Dr Investigating Officer D, Dohrn.  ♦    7:09 a.m., vehicle burglarized Overnight at the 1700 block of Broadmoor Dr Investigating Officer D. Dohrn.  ♦    9 a.m., piggy bank missing from house at the 100 block of Rueckle Road. Investigating Officer D. Dohrn.  ♦    10:06 a m., sub|ectwas arrested for driving while license invalid at the 100 block of Landa St. Investigating Officer D. Villegas.  ♦    11:18 a.m., unknown actor(s) entered the victim's unlocked vehicle and rummaged through it at tfie 1700 block of Broadmoor Dr Investigating Officer C Campos.  ♦    11:30 a.m., unknown suspect(s) damaged victim's mailbox at the 1200 block of Barbarosa Road. Investigating Officer T Mallett.  ♦    9 a,m,, unknown suspect(s) entered victim's residence and ransacked property at the 200 block of Seville Dr Investigating Officer T Mallett.  ♦    9 a.m., vehicle burglarized overnight at the 500 block of Walnut Heights Blvd. Investigating Officer D. Dohrn.  ♦    1:30 p.m., unknown suspeCtfs) broke owner's rear house Window at the 500 block of Gateway Cir Investigating I Mallett.  ♦    6:25 p.m., female arrested for DWI after being involved in a sin  gle vehicle accident at the 500 block of W, Klein Road.  Investigating Officer G, Fuller  ♦    3 p.m., burglary of a motor vehicle doors left unlocked, garage door opener stolen at the 300 block of Walnut Heights Blvd. Investigating Officer T Buckley,  ♦    6:34 p.m., hotel guests report property missing from hotel room at the 1400 block of 1-35 N, Investigating Officer M, Burton,  ♦    8:11 p.m., theft of property more than S500 at the 600 block of S. Walnut Ave. Investigating Officer C. Castillo.  ♦    9:26 p.m., felony warrant arrest at the 200 block of Silver Spur Dr Investigating Officer G, Hays,  ♦    Sept. 18,1:11 a.m., subject arrested for DWI subsequent to traffic stop at the 200 block of Loop 337, Investigating Officer G. Hays.  ♦    1:56 a.m., male arrested for public intoxication after causing disturbance in the street at the 200 block of Analt Dr Investigating Officer G. Hays.  ♦    2:23 a.m., driver arrested for DWI at the 1900 block of Post Rd. Investigating Officer G. Hays.  ♦    6:51 a.m., male subject at assisted living complex found deceased at the 2200 block of E. Common St. Investigating Officer G. Whitaker  ♦    Midnight, private property accident and assault by threats at the 100 block of 1-35 S. Investigating Officer D. Villegas.  ♦    Sept. 18, 5:29 p.m., male arrested for DWI after being stopped leaving a disturbance at the 1600 block of W Bridge St. Investigating Officer D. Villegas.  ♦    6:06 p.m., male subject stole two 18-pae|cs of Bud Light at the 4100 block of Loop 337. Investigating Officer I Buckley.  ♦    7:20 p.m., subject arrested for DWI subsequent to traffic stop at the 3100 block of 1-35 S. Investigating Officer T Flugrath.  ♦    11:12 p.m., male arrested on Public Iritoxicatibn Warrant at the 100 block of Dollar Dr Investigating Officer M Burton.  YMCA turns 5, offers 2*week memberships  New Braunfels Family YM( ;A is cek'brating its filth birthday this wc'ek.  Working to c ombat rising levels of obesity, promote hc'althy living and serve* those in n('C‘d is the YMCA's commitment to the New —-  Stati roports  Braunlels area.  Spc'cializ-ing in family wellness, about 70 ()ercent of New Braun-fels YM( A members arc* families.  Familu's can swim together, tak(> exer-c ise (l.issc's and pla\ basketball.  As .1 gitt to thc“ c oinnui-nity, the YM( A is ottering tw( )-W'('(‘k memliersh 11) fiasses lor intormation, visit vmc asatx.org/ncnv-brauntc'ls or "like" N(‘w Braunt(“ls YM( A on l a< e-book.  NBHS Class of ’66 reunion planned  Th(' Nc'w Br.ujntels High School ( lass ot 1 v\ ill c elebratc' its 4^th (l.iss reunion in ()(tober.  On Oct. 2\, \hvw will be an intormal gatlrering at Das Anwesi'ii BchI \ Breakfast, Millie's Lanc‘, Nt*w Braunfels. Ihe formal reunion c c're monit's will be Oct. 22, at Shady Ac res Resort ne.ir Lake* I )unlap.  For dc'tails, contat 1 V^'ii ki Ham(‘l at (HiO) ()()8-0Hf)S or Sandy Smith at (8 i()i his-\ 702.  Timberwood Park recognized  Timberwood Park I le-mentary Sc hool was among 1:S sc hools in Ic'xas rt*c()gnizc*d for "tr.instorm-ing their cam[)usc's into healthie*r plat es," by the* AlliaiK e for a He*althu'i Generation.  In lunc*, Timbc'rwood fórk was give*n the National Re*cognition Award trom the Alliance. Summe'r Gault, PF tcMc her .it lim-berwood Park, accepti'd the award at the forum in Little Rock, where former President Bill Clinton, American Heart Association IVesident Ralf)h Sac ( o and Allianc e* ( FO (jinny Fhrlic h were S|)eakc*rs.  Market watch  Sept 19. 2011     Dow Jones    -108.08      industrials    11,401 01      Nasdaq    -9.48      composite    2,612 83      Standard &    -11.92      Poor’s 500    1,204 09      Russell  2000    -12.08  702 23     NYSE diary     Advanced:    691      Declined:    2,335      Unchanged:    92      Volume:    3,7 b      Nasdaq diary      Advanced;    562      Declined:    2,037      Unchanged    : 76      Volume:    19b     AP   

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