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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 26, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEITUNG COM  13  n  For breaking newt, sports and traffic follow us on Twitter ONewBriunfeltHZ  Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebook fan at facebook.com  Sign up for e-newaletter by visiting the Herald'Zeiting online: heraM-zeitung.com  ► COMING UP IN THE H-Z Sunday  LIVING: Lorenz Bading, 94, still has a long list of things he wants to accomplish  Tuesday  Catch up with what happened over the weekend in New  Braunfels and Comal.  Wednesday  Food writer Laura Lopez answers cooking questions from Herald-Zeitung readers.  Thursday  Music writer Dale Martin has a finger on the pulse of the New Braunfels music scene  . 22 closes at lake  ► YOUR DAILY COMMUTE  Upcoming road work and closures include;  ■    Through 5pm July 29, Bridge Street between N Walnut Avenue and N Sycamore Avenue  ■    Through 5 p m July 22, temporary lane closures will be in effect from 8 a m to 5 p m. on S Walnut Avenue between W Cotl Street and W Bridge Street  ■    At 1 p m Saturdays, streets bordering the Last Tubers Exit on the Comal River will become one way and closed to through traffic This will be in effect from the intersection of E Mather Street and S Union Avenue to the intersection of W Lincoln Street and Comal Avenue  ■    Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 p m to 6 a m., Texas Hwy 46 at Mission Valley Road mtersec tion and TBarM Driveway One-way traffic control will be used as needed  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  ■    Canyon Lake Shores, Ramp 22  ■    Mystic Shores Ramp 23  ► WH AT'S ON THE AGENDA  Upcoming public meetings include  ■    Water Oriented Recreation District board,  5 p m Monday, WORD office, 1928 FM 2673  ■    New Braunfels ISD board. 7 p m Monday, NBISD Education Center Board Room, 430 W Mill St  ■    New Braunfels Downtown Development Board, 8 30 a m Tuesday, Council Chambers, 424 S Castell Ave  New Braunfels  Herald uZKiruNCi  HtRAlD ZÍIÍÜNG.ÍOW  707 Landa Si New Braunfels, TX J8130 t83CI6?5 9144 fax í830) 625 1224  Publishtid on Saturday, Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Thursday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald-Zt'itung iUSPS 377-880!. 707 Landa Street, or PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels Comal County, Texas 78131-1328  Periodical postag*? paid at New Braunfels, Texas POSTMASTER Send address r hangesto the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, TX 78131 1328  Delivery  Subscfihers who have not received a newspaper by 6 a m Tuesday through Friday and by 7 a m Saturday and Sunday tan call t830l b25-9144 ext 229  Staff directory  Doug Toney Editor and Publisher, Ext 201  doug toney ¿herald /eitung com  Autumn Phillips, Managing Editor, Ext 220  aphillipsaherald /eitung com  Shawn Lewis Assistant Managing Editor, Ext 221  slewisA'herald'/eitung coin  Chns Hoffman, Spons Editor, Exi 223  choffinan iiherald /eitung com  Kate Thomas Copy Editor, Ext 222  kthomasaherald /eituny com  Greg Bowen Staff writer. Ext 225  gbowen#herald-/eituMg com  Datando Moultne, Staff writer, Ext 224  rtmoultnei?herald /eitung com  Will Wnght Staff wntt-r, Ext 218  wwrightaheraid-/eitung.com  Laura McKenzie Phutograpfier, E»t 227  wwrighraherald /eitung com  Shannon Myers Advertising Director, Ext 208  smyers‘2herald-/eitung com  Jeff Fovyrter Circulation Directur, Ext 228  tfowlerWherald zeitung com  Rosie Willingham Business Manager Ext 202  rwillinghamiSherald /eitung com  Henry Coello, Production Director, (830) 625-5232  hcoellO'aherald-/eitung com  Classified advertising, call 625 9144, ext 207 display  advertising, call 625 9144, ext 208, obituaries, weddings  engagenient, anniversaries, call 625-9144, ext 214  ■    .newsttherald’/eitung com  ■    sports »herald-/eitung,com  ■    p|anner@herald-/eitung.com  ■    letters<í9herald-/eitung,com  ■    classifieds@herald-/eitung com  ■    advertising®herald /eitung com  ■    circulation@herald-7eitung,com  ByWUIWrIgM  I he Herald-Zeitung /Xnothcr bo.it rtinip has < losed ,it ( <inyon I ak(', bringing thi* numbt'r of r.imp (losuri's < .viisod l)y the ongoing drought to foiir.  The ( .iriyon I ,ikt> Short's rarrip (N(h 22), lo( atcfi at thf oncl of lak{*shor(' I )ri-VO, adj.K (‘nl to Potti’r's ( r(‘ck l\irk on Iho northwest ond ot th(' Like, has Ixt-n (loM'd In' ('otri.vl ( ount\.  T}>r(‘(> ()thcr ranips ( .myc >n I akc I (vr-K'st (No. 3k ( .in\on I .ikc HrlK \V(‘st 'No,  7) and Mystic Shores (No. 2.1.) — were (los(’d by the county earlier this season. The No. 10 ramp at C ranes Mill Park, o[)erated by the Li.S. Corps of Enginei'rs, is t lose'd l>ec ause of cionstructicvn,  ( anyon Lake's current conservation pool st(H)d at ‘U)i.78 feet above mean se.i level Friday morning. Normal fxjol is '»()<» feet.  A( cording to the Cor()s of Lnginms, if (.vnyon Lake's fXK)| dips by another f(M)t, the i‘orps' ('om.il Park fast ramp (No, will close. The < ounty-o()f‘rated Cypress  Cove^ebtx ca Crwk ramp iNo. 11) would close if the p(X)l dips below 901 .(>0 feet above msl, and the ramp at Cranes Mill Marina would shut down if the poixl reaches 901 msl  "VVe have a few more that could dose, but looking at the (water levels) they Ve gcit a little way to go," County Lngineer Tom Hornseth said Friday.  Stripes paintiL'd on each of the county's nine boat ramps indi( cite dang(‘r for launi hing lK)ats into the lake. Wh(‘n water goes lielovv thelin(', the ramp is( los('d.  ON1HKT0WN  LAURA McKENZIF Ho'hIí! ,, Ann Dearing-Hafer  Q What advice v.oiild you :iive to sonieone now to Brauntels^^ A "Come to tti*: Visitor C'-fter afu: u^il infor niation TSiere arc I'lst so 'liany plaij';' to SHf and do  ► DID YOU KNOW?  According to Judy Young at the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce:  ■ As kids, we weren't usually left home As soon as our daughter could reach the pool table at Gruene Hall, she "acquired" quarters and began learning the etiquette of the "wait."  Little did we know this taught her to be respectful and courteous.  "Putting your quarters up," relaxing while waiting, trusting in the souther charm that yourquarters would be acknowledged and still there should you take a turn on the dance floor, taught her life skills that serve her well  Judy Young  BECOME AN l-REPORTER  Have a photo or local news item you’d like published'i^ E-mail it to  news@herald-zeitung.com .  Be sure fo include a daytime phone number so we can contact you with questions.  HOOKINCS  Law enforcement officers in New Braunfels and Comal County booked tfus following individuals between July 13 and July 14  ♦    Ray A Carrillo, 42, New Braunfels, assault-family violence assault by physical contact  ♦    Scott Allen Chapman, 23, San Marcos, driving while intoxicated  ♦    Jesse Garcia, 30, New Braunfels, motion to revoke probation - clrivinq while intoxicated  ♦    John Edward Gardner, 46 Spring Branch, assault causes bodily injufY family member  ♦    Tyler James Hopping, 21, Canyon Lake, bond forfeiture/dnving while intoxicated  ♦    Brittany Nicole LaHood, 24, San Marcos, possession of marijuana under two ounces  ♦    Luciano Vela Lopez, 38, San Antonio, license required. Immigration & Customs Enforcement hold  ♦    Jose Manuel Lopez-Avila, 48, Canyon Lake, expired motor vehicle inspection, failure *o maintain financial responsibility  ♦    Phillip James Maes, 32, San Antonio, theft of property between S20 and S500 by check  ♦    Jefrey Jerel Martinez, 24, New Braunfels, assault by contact - fam ily violence  ♦    Ross Hunter Moncrief, 25, San Marcos, ran stop sign, no front license plate  ♦    Etizabeih Ann Moore, 45, San Marcos, violate prornise to appear -financial hearing driving while intoxicated  ♦    Vernon Kevin Pullin, 28, New Braunfels, violate promise to appear motion to adjudi' ate guilt/theft of property between S50 and S500  ♦    Juan Manuel Santos, 26, New Braunfels, theft of property between $20 and 3500 by check  ♦    Avery Lee Thrasher. 64, Spring Branch, assault causes bodily injury family member  Under the U. S. Constitution, any person/defendant is consideied innocent until proven guilty If any  one is found not guilty or had the charges dropped without the State going to trial and would like that finding published in the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung. contact Managing Editor, Autumn Phillips, al 1830) 625 9144 x 220 or e-mail aphiHips.ri'herald ¿eitung.com.  iM,( )T'ri:i  New Braunfels Police Department reported the following incidents between 7 a m. Monday and 6:59 a.m Tuesday:  ♦    3 32 p m., male arrested for public intoxication, passed out in parking lot at the 200 block of S. Union Ave Investigating Officer 0. Sweet,  ♦    July 10,10 16 p.m., female receiving harassing texts/phone calls at the 200 block of N Lone Star Ave, Investigating Officer D Henderson.  ♦    July M, 7:17 p.m., daughter missing for two days but returned home at the 1400 block of S Seguin Ave. Investigating Officer M Christian.  ♦    8 09 p.m., assault family violence at the 100 block of Landa St. Investigating Officer A. Taylor  ♦    July 12,12.25 a.m., male arrested for possession under two ounces at the 2500 block of Billabong Ave, investigating Officer S Hrncir  New Braunfels Police Department reported the following incidents between 7 a.m. Tuesday and 6:59 Wednesday;  ♦    June 12,12 35 p.m., stolen vehicle from residence at the 1100 block of W. San Antonio St. Investigating Officer D Sweet  ♦    1 49 p.m., female arrested for public intoxication at Schlitterbahn Resort at the 300 block of W.  Austin St. Investigating Officer S. Powell  ♦    4 50 p.m , unknown male took two 18-packs of Bud Light without paying for them at the 2700 block of I 35 N Investigating Officer M Aguiire.  ♦    5:45 p.m., unknown person stole power services from NBU at the TOO block of Perryman St, Investigating Officer A, Taylor  ♦    7 p m., rear window was smashed and laptop was taken at the 500 block of N Business 35 Investigating Officer M. Aguirre,  ♦    8:53 p.m., complainant's vehicle was broken into but nothing was taken at the 1500 block of Kuehler Ave Investigating Officer C Martinez.  ♦    7:30 p.m., found Citi Mastercard at the 400 block of Timber Hollow, Investigating Officer T Buckley.  ♦    July 13, 7 p.m., small rear dnver-side window was broken, door opened and luggage taken at the 1300 block of 1-35 N Investigating Officer M Aguirre  ♦    July 12, 7:38 p.m., complainant's had his stereo stolen from his vehicle at the 1400 block of t-35 S Investigating Officer C. Martinez.  ♦    7 44 p.m., tuber arrested tor public intoxication at the 300 block of W Lmcoln St Investigating Officer S Powell  ♦    11:54 p m,, traffic stop conducted and driver found to be in possession of "knuckles" — a prohibited weapon at the 300 block of Mam Plaza. Investigating Officer J, Fuller  ♦    July 13,12:20 a.m., warrant service at the 300 block of Castlewood Dr Investigating Officer S. Hrncir.  ♦    1:13 a.m., subject stated voices are telling him to harm himself at the 4100 block of Loop 337. Investigating Officer S. Hrncir  New Braunfels Police Department reported the following incidents between 7 a.m. Wednesday and 6:59 a.m. Thursday;  ♦    July 13,9:23 a.m., serve warrant at 14M S. Seguin Ave. Investigating Officer L. Hildebrand.  ♦    9:34 a.m., patient left or who was going to be sent to San Antonio State Hospital - left against medical advice at the 600 block of N. Union Ave. Investigating Officer 6. Anderson,  ♦    1:59 p.m, male arrested for violating city ordinance open alcoholic container in city park at the 500 block of Hinman Island Drive. Investigating Officer J, Miller  ♦    4:30 p.m., keys found in the road at Faust and S. Castell Ave and left by unknown person at 14CK) S,  WORD  meets  Monday  Board will consider metal signs for$12K  From staft reports  Th(' Water Oriented Rec re.ition Distritt ol ( omal ('ount\ (WOKI» Iwiard will m(*et Mond.iy to (onsider spt^nding $1 J,()00 tor metal signs listing the distritt's rules ,jnd regulation^.  The signs which will be pl.K ed at busin(*ssc‘s liolding VVORI) permtts, (.uition boaters and tubers on ('anvon Lake and the Cjiicidalupe Kiv(‘r .ibout the prohibition ag.iinst toam or glass prcKiui Is on the wat('r: that [H)ss(>ssi()n ot o[X‘n [)las-ti( (ontainers of fiv(' oLinc('s or less IS proliibit(‘d; that lit tering, trespjssmg <ind nui-sam e b(>hcivior will not be toler.ited; and otht'r distric t rt‘gul.)tions.  The WOKI) board nret'ts at ') |).m. at l ‘)2B i arm-to-Ma rket 2f)7 ? in Sat tier.  V\'( )Kl) ov(‘rse(^s a parks and-r(‘t reation distru t on the ('.uadalupe Ki\(*r and C.anvon Lake that b(‘gins at the New Hrauntels (it\ lim its on tht' t'ast anrl ends al the Ciuadalupe State Park boundary on the wesi.  Edward Jones staging school supply drive  I o< al resifk'nts and busi nesst's t cHi l)(‘lp those Uss  tort un lite b\ bringing jn itetns to the _____ New Braulite Is I dw'cird lofK's brani h offi( (' during regular business hours through Aug.  4.  The items needed for the school su[)ply drive include: 1-inih and 2 inth binders, backpacks, binder divider tal)s, washable niarkers, liskar scissors, cok)rc‘d (ma|)} pi'nc ils, pent il bags boxes, \vat(‘r colors, conslfuction papcM, man I la paper, w idi'-ruliMl notebook paper, ( oniposi-tic)H books, i'l(.  Pro( c‘eds trom the drive' will benefit (ommiinitic's in Schools ot South ( entrai Texas.  Ihc' branch address is 10S( l-.iS South, New Hrauntels (in Courtyard Plaza Shoppiiig ( fnter).  Staff reports  NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS  Aimee G. Garcia, D.D.S., P.A.  C^oiiiimiiiity ^^luiles Family Ó- Cosmetic Dentistry  1309 Hillcrest Dr. New BrawiifeÎs, IX 78130  830.358.3372  ^ WE ACCEPT MOST INSURANCES  CofflS and ilslt Tex-Specs Eye Exams & Oplical  The only optical in New Braunfels to carry Fendi Frames!  Flowers out of FOCUS?  TCX^SKCS  The Oaks Shopping Center • 1551N. Walnut Ave., Suite 25 • www,TexSpecsNB.com  (830) 627-SPECS (830-627-7327)   

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