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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas APPLAUSE Conducting research Clubs ana organizations are encouraged to share photographs of their special events with readers. Semi submissions to Melissa McCaghren. She can be contacted: I By Mail — 707 Landa Street, New Braunfels 78130. I By E-mail — mmccaghren@heraid-? I By Telephone — call 625-9144 ext. 222 American Legion Auxiliary Unit 35 Hill Country Democratic Women Photo submitted Tiffany Saunders of Dallas, right, and Andie Salinas of Kerrville are doing research in the biology department at Texas Lutheran University this summer. The study, which is funded by the W.J. and Lela Budwine Scholarship/Grant Award, is being conducted under the direction of Dr. Robert Jonas, associate professor and biology department chairperson atTLU.The research study involves identifying and analyzing the evolution of different DNA fragments under various conditions. The objective of the ongoing research is to clone pieces of DNA from bacillus. Photo submitted The New Braunfels Wal-Mart Store recently awarded $2,000 to Guadalupe Valley American Legion Auxiliary Unit 35.The award received will be used to encourage the community to join the auxiliary in efforts to support the American flag, the country, military and the veterans. Whether the funds are used for large flags, small flags, cemetery or classroom flags, the group will continue to protect and honor "Old Glory" in any way possible. Shown presenting the check to Unit Secretary Joan Helmke is Meggan Herron, left, an associate representing the local Wal-Mart store, lf anyone has unserviceable flags, both American andTexas, in their possession, they can be dropped off at Color Express downtown, or Wells Fargo Bank on Walnut Avenue. All flags collected will be properly disposed of at a later date. Photo submitted The Hill Country Democratic Women August meeting was at the casual and relaxing Slumber Falls Camp, near Gruene. Members had several issues on the agenda to discuss, as well as game plans to et out and support our Democratic candidates — hris Bell, John Courage, Diana Guerrero, Richard Raymond, and David Van Os, to mention a few. On Sept. 17, John Courage is leading a campaign caravan through Bexar, Comal, Hays andTravis counties. Luncheon meetings are held at noon, the second Wednesday of each month. Call (830) 980-7776 for details and activity information. Pictured are, seated, Beth Corrigan, standing, from left, Carolyn Fleming, Kitty Glaza, Janet Harlnell-Williams and Sandi Root. Judge to be keynote speaker at B/\R-W September meeting The Bulverde Area Republican Women’s keynote speaker for the September meeting will be judge Barbara I lervey from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. I lervey was an appellate attorney with the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office for six years prior to her election in 2001. She was also a private practitioner for more than five years before being part of the DA’s office. Among the many awards she has earned is the Rosewood Gavel Judge Barbara Award for Harvey    Outstand ing Judicial Service from St. Mary’s Law School in 2003. The September meeting promises to give an interesting insight into the state’s highest criminalCLUB Notes court. Plan to attend the BAR-W meeting Sept. 6 at 7 p.m. at the GVTC auditorium. For information call (830) 228 4846 Newcomers Club The Newcomers meet on the first Tuesday of each month at the senior center. Coffee, doughnuts and socializing begin at 9:30 a.m. The meeting starts at IO a.m. The speaker of the month is Don Cork of the Police Citizens Academy Association. He will speak about citizen involvement with the New Braunfels Police Department. Activities for September include: Sept. 18 — Mid-Texas Symphony at Jackson Auditorium at 4 p.m. Dinner at Montana Mikes after concert. Chairmen are I rudi Gwosdz at 625-3103 or Jeanette Gallaway at 620-0950. For tickets, call (830) 372-8089 or pay at the door. The trip to Buda has been cancelled. Special event: The Foleys Stores at La Cantera will have a grand opening on Sept. 12. Door will open for a private viewing only with a $5 advance ticket. This will allow a 25 percent discount on any purchases. For information or tickets, call Sue Schwab at 625-8953. The Newcomers Bridge Marathon has openings for other players. For information, call Monette Lamb-din at 606-6329. The group still needs recipes for the Newcomer1' Cookbook. ■ ^ rn * 'tH' 'JTA ~—I-Herald-Zeitung To place an ad call 625-9144 or 1-877-409-9860 • Fax 625-1224 • herald-zeitung.com6 Lines - 6 Days $30.00*Pre-paid private party ads only. No refunds or credits. Must run consecutively.LINE Advertising Tttesday Thursday • Reserve by 12:00 noon day before publication Friday*Reserve by 10:00May Saturday* Reserve by 12:00 p.m. May Sunday* Reserve by 12:00 noon FridayDISPLAY Advertising Tuesday & upstream*Reserve by 5:00 p.m. May Wednesday*Reserve by 5:00p.m. Friday May* Reserve by 5:00 p.m. Monday Sunday*Reserve by5:00p.m. May The Herald-Zeitung, publisher of the Herald-Zeitung and the Upstream, reserves the right to correctly classify, revise, and edit all copy or reject or cancel any advertisement at any time. Acceptance of any ad is subject to credit approval & supervisory acceptance. The Herald-Zeitung shall not be financially liable for errors, omissions or the failure to publish any ad for any reason. APPROPRIATE ABBREVIATIONS ONLY. CHECK YOUR AD THE FIRST DAY it runs for errors. Liability of errors shall not exceed the cost of the space containing the error. VISA Advertising rates are available upon request Special discounts are offered for multiple run ads All Line, Garage Sale and Service Directory ads must be pre-paid. (Minimum 4 lines, with bold, all caps header). Free ads: Lost & Found, Free Giveaways. For Sale Items Priced $50 or less (3 line maximum). No refunds will be given on any line ads. HQ Legal Notices Garage Sales Auctions Estate Sales Lost & Found Legal Notices WOW! SUPER SALE Granny & Friends in Sattler. Aug. 11-16 daily 9a.rn.-6p.m. (FM2673, behind Video Store & Spuds) NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE OF CAROL LEE ADAMS Administration of the estate of CAROL LEE ADAMS, deceased, has been commenced by the issuance of original letters testamentary to KENNETH J. ADAMS, Independent Executor, who resides in Canyon Lake, Comal County, Texas, on August 3, 2005, by the County Court at Law Sitting in Matters Probate, Comal County, Texas, acting in Cause No. 2005PC0204, styled ESTATE OF CAROL LEE ADAMS, DECEASED, in which court this matter is pending. All persons having claims against the estate are notified to present them to the Independent Executor in care of the attorneys for the Independent Executor at the address shown below within the time and in the manner prescribed by law. DATED:    August 10, 2005 JoAnne W. McIntosh, Esq. Attorneys for the Independent Executor Cantey & Hanger, L.L.P. 400 West 15th St., Suite 200 Austin, Texas 78701 CAUSE NO. C2004-0424A CITATION BY PUBLICATION - FAMILY THE STATE OF TEXAS TO OSCAR URQUIDI and to all it may concern, Respondent, YOU HAVE BEEN SUED You may employ an attorney, lf you or your attorney do not file a written answer with the clerk who issued this citation by 10:00 a m on the Monday next following the expiration of 20 days after you were served this citation and petition, a default |udg ment may taken against you The petition of Department of Family and Protective Services, Peti-tioner(s) was filed in the Court of Comal County, Texas, on the 4th day of May, 2004, against Oscar Urquidi, Respondents),    numbered C2004-0424A and entitled “IN THE INTEREST OF JONATHAN PATRICIO BELLO-URQUIDI, CATRINA    JEAN BELLO-URQUIDI, MATTHEW    RENE CAMPOS-BELLO, CHIL DREN.* The suit requests Conservatorship and/or Termination    of Parent-Child Relationship The date and place of birth of the child(ren) who is/are the subject of this suit: October 25, 1991 and October 7, 1992. The Court has authority in this suit to enter any judgment or decree in the child's (children's) interest which will be binding upon you, including the termination of the parent-child relationship, the determination of paternity and the appointment of a conservator with authority to consent to child's ( children's) adoption Issued and given under my hand and seal of said Court at New Braunfels, Texas, this the 11 th day of August, 2005 110 Legal Notices KATHY H FAULKNER DISTRICT COURT, COMAL COUNTY, TEXAS 150 N SEGUIN, #304 NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 78130 BY:_ Angela Umphrey Deputy Notices NEWSPAPER Issued at request of Address WALDRIP, DIB 150 N SEGUIN, SUITE 307, NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 78130 Legal Notices Continued The Best Deals Are Classified (830) 625-9144 LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on Thursday, August 25, 2005, at S 15 a m., in a meeting of Commissioners C ourt, in the Commissioners C ourtroom, located at 199 Main Plaza, New Braunfels, a public hearing to consider the Vacate and Replat of Lot 22, Ensenada Shores at Canyon Lake, I nit One, with the addition of 175.229 acres out of a 345.520 acre tract recorded in Document No. 200406(X)6823 of the Official Public Records. Comal County. Texas, establishing Ensenada Shores at Canyon Lake, Unit Two, shall be held. Anyone wishing to protest said action should attend and voice their opinions.^ ;