New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 2, 2011, Page 12

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November 02, 2011

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 2, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas » 12 I Wednesday, November 2, 2011 | herald-zeitung.gom ■lanr ifinr JContinued from page 1 combi natron of several lawsuits filed by minority and [democ ratic groups, A tinal resolution is stalled while the U.S. Department of justice challenges maps profxised by the state in a ease pending before a separate three-judge panel in Washington, D.C. The justice Department has said It found evidence that congressional and Texas House district boundaries prcposcf l 1^ the state were "aaopted with discriminatory purpose." l/URMIIUn^KICK-IT Continued from page 1 had met other families atf(H t('d bv children's can-cer. She learned about Ki( k-lt from the Children's Om ology (iroup wc'bsite and thought it would be a tun tunaraiscr. "R('gistration is $10, but then partK i[)ants can donate whatever they want past that," Yvonne said. "We've already had two companies make donations toward the event as wcHI." Registration deadline is Nov. 6. There will be two forms ot com "We wi >et ilion, lave Chal- lenge Kickball, where one team plays another team for fun, and we will also have Tournament Teams, where it will be double elimination for tevims with older players," Yvonne said. "It's really going to Ix* a lot of fun - come play whether you are on a neighborhood team, a family team or third graders." For information, call Yvonne Bays at (830) 62f>-8100 or go to vvww.kick-it.org. READ NEWS AT HERALD-ZEITUNG.COMContinued from page 1 and pledges, and $8; 124 In total political expenditures from Sept. 30 through Oct. 29. Mazy also reported that Can the Ban had $4,4S7 in contributions yet to be spent. The re(K)rt listed 17 separate contributions ranging from a $10 contribution from an individual to a $5,252 contribution from Billy's Ice House. Billy's Ice House also had also pledged another contribution for $2,865. Other top contributors included Gattuso Distributing of New Braunfels, $1,050; Buffalo Wings & Kings of New Braunfels, a $500 pledge; lodie Wel-boan of New Braunfels, $450; Matthew Fields of Nc*w Braunfels, $450; Alan Payne of New Braunfels, $450; Mark McCionigal of New Braunfels, $450; Shane Wolf of New Braunfels, $450; and Harvey V9lldatlin Therapy Fomdet Naemi Fell Monday, November 14, 2011 • 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. McKenna Events Center • 801 W. San Antonio St., New Braunfels Tickets: $30 for professionals, $20 for caregivers For Reservations, Call AlzCare Assisted Living at 830.624.1044 Kight CEU credits available for licensed social workers. The workshop kicks off a scries of Validation Worker classes presented by: 'The Alzheimer’s Spevialists" Don’t miss this onc-day event featuring the developer of Validation Therapy. Visit w^’w.iValidation.org for information on the Validation Therapy method. ii^ru Eariy voting: 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. today, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, at Comal County Election Center, 345 UndaSt. Election Day: Nov. 8 Me Bet' of LaVernia, $450. Other contributors included B&S Oysterhar Corp. of New Braunfels, $100; and Gruentini of New Braunfels, $50. Can the Ban also listed $3,119 in non-itemized contributions of $50 or less. Top expenditures were $2,560 to Hewlett Pac kard of Houston for paper for signs (in four separate payments); $1,046 to Regal Plastics of Dallas for vinyl, ()lastic sh(‘ets and stakes for signs; $850 to Turner Outdoor Advertising of New Braunfels for a nill-board at 940 Eikel Street; $763    to SignWarehouse.Com of Denison for transfer tape for signs (in three separate payments); and $750 to NIIMedia of New Braunfels for printing a mailout. ( an the Ban's original campaign report, filed in mid-Oc tolx’r, showed zero contributions and expenditures —- and opened the dcK)r for the opposing Support the Ban PAC to file charges of c ampaign-finance reporting violations with the Texas Ethics Cc^Mlllli^biuil, which IldU taken no action as of Tuesday,Support th« Ban The Support the Ban PAC reported $8,689 in contributions and $17,754 in expenditures from Oct. 12 through Oct. 31. Added to contributions listed in its Oct. 11 report. Support the Ban has reported a total of $23,479 in contributions — almost double the amount reported by Can the Ban — and $21,034 in expenditures. Support the Ban Treasurer Roger Dale Vann also reported over $2,400 in contributions remain on hand to he spent. In its report. Support the Ban listc'd 22 separate contributions ranging from $60 to $1,000. Support the Ban also listed $879 in non-itemized contributions of $50 or less. The largest contributors were Dan Moody |r, of Houston, $1,000; Woodward & Shea of New Braunfels, $1,000; Richard and Nancy Hi I Iyer of Nc*v\ Braunfels, $1,000 (in two separate $500 (ontribu-tions); f (Ivvard ( ollins III of San Antonio, $750; {rnesto's lewelry of New Braunfels, $500; |ohn and (arc) I a Davis of New Braunfels, $500; William Norvell of Houston, $500; and Wayne & Antoinette Peters of New Braunfels, $500. Also, Robert ancl FREE Computer and TV Drop-Off a ELECTRONICS ACCEPTED; Who: New Braunfels Residents Photo ID 3 NBU/GViC Ml REQUIRED When: sat,Novi9tti 9am to 2pm Where: Landa Park Pool Parking Lot, 3S0 Aquatc Cirtli •    Computers •    Monitors •    TVs •    VCRs •    DVD players •    Stereos Computer accessories: keyboard, mouse, pnnter, cords, etc. Gaming ronsole and accessories U ÜSZ3 Questions’ iHm 221 4040 ‘^nit^tion¡§ntytt‘kas. onj w\ywjibte*as.org Kdihleen Krueger of New Braunfels contributed $250. Top expenditures were $ 10,094 to Thomas Graphics of Austin for marketing materials (in two separate payments); $3,348 to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung for newspaper ads (in four separate payments); $1,246 to KGNB-KNBT for radio spots; and $1,000 to Time Warner Cable for TV ads.Citizens For Responsible Government A third PAC, the antiban New Braunfels Citi zens For Responsible Gc)v-ernment, rc’ported $450 in total contributions, $225 in expenditures and $225 in contributions yet to be spent. In its report, Ciitizens' Treasurer Misty Fields reported a single contribution, $450 from Can the Ban leader Mark McGoni-gal. The report also showed a single expenditure, $225 for signage, paid to McGo-nigal's NB Media. ( itizens For Res[)onsible Government failed to file an initial report in mid-October, which also prompted the Support the' Ban PAC to file charges of ca mpa ign-f i na nc c‘ report -ing violations with the State's Ethics Commission, which had taken no action as of Tuesday. Saturday Night HONEYBROWNE Novg!j|fe§Ll2th ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL November 17tli THE JAYHAWKS NovemieiLl 8th ilL 19th JASON BOLAND & THE STRA(iGLERS Vi! .special guests TURNPIKE TROl BAIK)IRS gruenehall.com New Braunfels Five-Day Forecast TODAY TWIRSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUMIAY AM fog possible, Much cooler with 1. ! À comfortable, fall Turning warmer. ! Scattered showers parlly sunny decent sunsWne Í day rain showers possible 84 /45 67 /3r 70/47 80 /63‘' 82 /64“ o Temperature Meaiefday's Hlg»i / Low 79'‘I*T Normal High Low 77' / 53^ R«cord High 90'm 2006 Record Low    31* in 1991 Precipitation Levels/Flows Edward» Aquiter (it) Comal Springs (cts) Almanac Updated forecasts www.srtinoaa.gov Type “city, state" or zip code into space provided and click "go' button. 11/1 648.7 197 0 Change -0.5 -3 VMterday* 0.00* Month to Date 0.00- Avg Month to Date 0,13' fear to Date 11.14‘ Avg YearloDate 31 23* Departure from Avg. -20.09' T«fnp»rttur» M ol 3pm yMMroay t'om NM Br»inM tirpcirt Canyon Dam n/i tn«ow    4 OuttlowfOiMidp« R a s*««*; 66 Lak» Level    699 4 NBU Pumping Report Mtlkm 11/1 ot gallons 11/1 Suftace waiar 5 102 GrourKiwaier 6 847 Crtartge t/-0 +/-0 ■005 Milioni oi gâtons Today Thursday Friday Rfst Nov. 2 /" Last Nov 18 Sun and Moon SunriM SunMt MoonriM Moon»*t 7 47 AM 6 45 PM 2:06 PM 12:33 AM 7:47 AM 6:45 PM 2:42 PM 1:31 AM 7:48 AM 6 44 PM 3:14 PM 2:26 AM Pollen Counts Qra$s    Moderate 12 Mold    Moderate 1105 Tree    low 4 Vi/eeds    Moderaie 34 Pollen counts courtesy of Central Texas Allergy aixi Asthma c Fu» Nov TO • New Nov 25 Forecast Map r/4f*    New Breti ^ 8m Antonio^ IrTiF \ <3*/4T IT/«*. 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