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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 22, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A — Herald-Zeitung — Friday, April 22, 2005Senate seeks to end funding for Cisneros investigator WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate agreed Thursday to cut off money to the decade-long investigation of former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Henry Cisneros, which has cost nearly $21 million. Legislation that provides money for U.S. operations in Iraq and Afghanistan includes an amendment sponsored by Sea Byron Dorgan, D-N.D., to stop spending by June I on the probe led by independent counsel David Barrett The Senate added the amendment on a voice vote. A report by the Government Accountability Office, Congress’ investigative ann, shows Barrett spent $1.26 million during the six months ending Sept. 30,2004. The largest expenses were for salaries and benefits and contracted services. Dorgan’s amendment would require a detailed report on spending by July. Differences between the House and Senate versions of the U.S. operations bill mast be resolved in conference committee. Cisneros admitted in 1999 that, when being considered for a Cabinet job, he lied to the FBI about how much he paid a former mistress. ME1MO NEWS DIGEST New Braunfels fire fighters extinguish a car fire on Business 35. Herald-Zeitung ; ......................................................;4 To have your event publi- * cized, contact Melissa McCaghren at 625-9144, ext. 222, or by e-mail at [email protected] • From staff, wire reports LOCALNEW BRAUNFELS KINDERGARTEN ORIENTATION SET AT CARL SCHURZ — Parents of incoming kindergartners at Carl Schurz Elementary for the 2005-06 school year will have the opportunity to preregister from 4:30 to 7 p.m. May 12. Parents need to bring their child’s Social Security card, immunization record, certified copy of the birth certificate and proof of residency (NBU bill, Entex bill, lease agreement). This orientation and preregistration is only for parents living in the Carl Schurz Elementary attendance zone. Carl Schurz Elementary is located at 633 W. Coll.NEW BRAUNFELS PROM DRESSES FOR SALE — The New Braunfels High School cheerleading booster club is sponsoring “Project Prom” to sell gently used dresses every Saturday in April from IO a.m. to 4 p.m. at 358 Landa St. The NBHS prom is April 30. Dresses cost from $10 to $50. Half of the proceeds will benefit Communities in Schools. For information or to make donations, contact Loni Reininger at 832-2287 or Suzanne Smith at 832-8160. TEXASCOMFORT TWO ELECTROCUTED WHILE WORKING ON POWER LINES — TVvo utility workers were elec trocuted Thursday while upgrading a power line in this town about 50 miles northwest of San Antonio. The men were inside a bucket truck working on a 345-kilovolt line at a substation. One was a 26-year-old LaGrange man and the other a 48-year-old Wimberly resident, Kendall County Sheriff’s Lt. Louis Martinez said. Their names were not immediately released. Both were employees of the Lower Colorado River Authority. WORLDBAGHDAD, Iraq AMERICAN BODYGUARDS DIE AS COPTER SHOT DOWN — Insurgents brought down a Russian-made helicopter carrying 11 civilians with missile fire north of the capital Thursday and said they captured and shot to death the lone crew member who survived. The dead from the crash included six American bodyguards for U.S. diplomats. The chartered flight was believed to be the first civilian aircraft shot down in Iraq since the U.S.-led invasion two years ago. An Internet statement by a group identifying itself as the Islamic Army in Iraq was accompanied by a video showing the repeated shooting of a man who was found in tall grass and forced to stand up and walk. The video showed burning wreckage just before the shooting. The man who was shot to death in a grassy field spoke English with an accent and was wearing a blue flight suit, indicating he was one of the three Bulgarian crew members. TVvo Fijian helicopter security guards were also on board the flight. Matters of Public RecordPhysical screenings for NBISD athletes May 4 'BGE1BQF ' . pi Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels arrested the following April 20-21: Juan Armijo, 24, Balcones Heights, no driver's license. Randall Steven Bartel, 27, New Braunfels, public intoxication. Stephen Isaac Beasley, 27, Mission, failure to appear/-assault causing bodily injury family member (2 charges), failure to appear/driving while license suspended. James Adam Binford, 20, Austin, unlawfully carrying weapon. Danny Gordon Bobbitt, 58, New Braunfels, possession of marijuana less than two ounces. Bobby Joe Cockrell, 63, Plano, committment/riving while intoxicated. Adam J. Daigle, 19, San Antonio, minor driving under the influence. Jose Angel DeLeon, 31, New Braunfels, committment-/unlawfully carrying a weapon. Shawn Michael Deuley, 17, Canyon Lake, possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces. J. Carmen Gonzalez Jr., 20, New Braunfels, motion to adjudicate/burglary of a habitation. Trace Compton Holt, 17, Canyon Lake, possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces, possession of drug para-phanalia. Patricia L. Horvath, 35, Spring Branch, driving while license invalid with previous conviction. Lance K. Lees, 19, New Braunfels, operating unregis tered motor vehicle, no driver's license. Jeremy Ryan McClintock, 20, San Marcos, bench warrant/theft of property between $1,500 and $20,000, bench warrant/forgery of financial instrument, TBC-B, credit card abuse (2 charges), theft. Adam Lee McGuire, 31, San Antonio, committment/possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces. Kelly Andrew Mitchell, 17, New Braunfels, no driver's license, no insurance, operating motor vehicle without current plates. Brian Michael Navarro, 21, New Braunfels, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram penalty group one, possession of marijuana less than 2 ounces. Mark Adam Noble, 24, New I OAKWOOD Baptist Church Oakwood Is All About Family A Join us for a special series on strengthening our marriages and our family lives. We’re one big family made up of lots of families of all ages. Some small...some not so small. At Oakwood, we value them all. Sunday Services at 8:00. 9:15 and 10:45 a.m. Nursery care for children 4 years or under. Park at the church or park in New Braunfels High School's back lot and take the shuttle. Braunfels, failure to appear/aggravated assault with a dealy weapon. Adrian Perez, 31, San Antonio, failure to stop at stop sign, no driver's license, no insurance. Brandon Jay Rice, 29, Corpus Christi, felony property damage to jail. Israel Rodriguez III, 21, New Braunfels, resisting arrest search or transport, possession of a controlled susbtance penalty group one less than one gram analogue, no insurance, tampering or fabricating physical evidence. David Linn Taylor, 43, New Braunfels, driving while license invalid. Luis Felipe Vasquez-Marquez, 28, Austin, driving while license invalid. Suzanne Herbort Wertheim, 54, Kendalia, theft by check. Physical screenings for students intending to participate in University Interscholastic League athletics for New Braunfels High School or New Braunfels Middle School are scheduled from 4:30 until 6:30 p.m. May 4, at The New Braunfels Surgery Center* located on Common Street. UIL rules require students who are incoming seventh- graders, ninth-graders and juniors to have a physical. Local physicians volunteer their services perform the > screenings.    J, There is a cost of $15, ; which is donated by the j physicians to the athletic , training program. 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