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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 29, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4B — Herald-Zeitung — Thursday, December 29, 2005 APPLAUSE Toys from the game warden Clubs and organizations are encouraged to share photographs of their special events with readers. Send submissions to Melissa McCaghren. She can be contacted: I By Mail — 707 Landa Street, New Braunfels 78130. I By E-mail — [email protected] I By Telephone — Call 625-9144, ext. 222. Photo courtesy of Kari Hutchison It's not often that a truckload of stuffed toys arrives at Comal Elementary. But in December,Texas Parks and Wildlife donated a truckload of teddy bears and other stuffed toys to the school's student council.That group was collecting the toys to give to the New Braunfels Children's Grief Center, operated by Hope Hospice. Texas Game Warden Michelle Ferris said she and her colleagues also donated toys to Comal Elementary's SNAP (Students Need a Pal) program. A gift of reading Photo courtesy of Sonja Heldt Harris The Bulverde Area Republican Women Literacy Chairwoman Ann Alston, right, presents Greg Pringle of the Bulverde/Spring Branch Library a handful of books. The books were autographed by the many different speakers who came to inform the members in 2005. Officers for the coming year will be installed at BAR-W's first meeting at 7 p.m. Jan. 9 at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative auditorium on FM 3159. Carol Van de Wade, director of Senate District 25, will preside over the ceremony. Water testing Photo courtesy of Kari Hutchison Life Skills teacherTerry Mishler, left, paints the face of Goodwin Primary English as a second language kindergartner Conchita Martinez during the recent holiday celebration at Canyon High School. GPS students were treated to other activities such as holiday bingo, snowball fights and a pizza party before receiving presents from Santa.Canyon High School All Region Band Sewing and stitching participants e tosses out restraining order against Letterman SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A state judge has lifted a restraining order granted to a Santa Fe woman who accused talk-show host David Letterman of using coded words to show that he wanted to marry her and train her as his co-host. Judge Daniel Sanchez on Tliesday granted a request by lawyers for Letterman, host of CBS’ "Late Show," to quash the temporary restraining order that he earlier granted to Colleen Nestler. She alleged in a request filed Dec. 15 that Letterman has forced her to go bankrupt and caused her "mental cruelty” and "sleep deprivation" since May 1994. Nestler requested that Letterman, who tapes his show in New York, stay at least 3 yards away and not “think of me, and release me from his mental harassment and hammering.” Lawyers for Letterman contended the order was without merit. “He is entitled to a protection of his legal rights and a protection of his reputation,” Pat Rogers, an Albuquerque lawyer representing Letterman, told the judge Tliesday. The New Mexico court doesn’t have jurisdiction over Letterman, who is a resident of Connecticut, Rogers said. Nestler appeared in court without a lawyer and represented herself. Responding to a question from the judge, Nestler said she had no proof of the allegations she had made against letterman. She also said that if Letterman or any of his representatives came near her, "I will break their legs” and establish proof of her allegations. Nestler said after the court hearing that “I have achieved my purpose. The public knows that this man cannot come near me.” She also said that her comment about breaking legs “is not a threat.” “I appealed to die court for a restraining order to keep this man away from me, but now that’s been denied me,” she said. “He has access to me. He can actually come for me or send people. He has many accomplices. I know this sounds crazy. I was crazy to have listened to him in the beginning.” Children, grandchildren, nephews or nieces...Any child that was born in 2005 can participate in the Special Section of Baby's First Year. A panel of Judges will choose four winners (First place boy, first place girl, runner up boy and runner up girl). Each winner will receive a trophy. Baby does not need to be from this area! Mail the coupon below along with $25.00 for each child, photo (lf photo is copyrighted, a release will also be needed from the photographer) and a copy of the birth certificate, or come in person to: Child's Name:. DOB:_Herald-Zeitung 707 Landa Street, New Braunfels, TX 78130 830-625-9144 _Birth    Place    (City):__ Birth Weight:_lbs_ozs Length:. inches Parents: Siblings:. .Grandparents:. Phone: Credit Card #:. Signature:_ Please circle method of payment below: _Expiration    Date:. CASH    CHECK    Qjjfr __ _ DEADLINE TO ENTER IS JANUARY 9th. SPECIAL SECTION PUBLISHES JANUARY 28th 708NI ll. Photo courtesy of Kari Hutchison Canyon High hosted the annual All-Region Band auditions earlier this semester.Thirty-seven of Canyon's musicians made the All-District Band, 16 of them qualified for the All-Region Band and 10 of those qualified for the Area Band that will audition for All-State Band in January. All-Region Band members who made it to area are Leah DeLong, Allison Schumacher, Emma Hankins, Jonathan Liu, NoahTian, Bobby DeLong, Joshua Byrd, Ruben Grimm, John David Feltenberger and Kenny Mittelstadt. Other All-Region Band members are Elijia Sanchez, Marty Wollenzin, Stephanie Gangel, Nathan Churchwell, Nathan Moore and Willy Hankins. The band director is Walter Sparkman. Submitted photo Several local girls earned certificates of participation after completing a sewing and stitching class at the Salvation Army.The four-week program introduced the girls to sewing and decorating garments with hand stitching. During the program, participants also spent time in Bible study and prayer.Their mothers were invited to the presentation ceremony. The program was directed by Cristabell Reiche West and Zarlee Dillon, while director of the Salvation Army unit was Judy Baker. Bring in your photo when you see it published and receive a coupon for a FREE 1/2 gallon of H-E-B Ice Cream and a certificate from Tiger Tote to Buy a Foot Long Sandwich Meal and receive a 6” Sub FREE. FOOD ■ STORRS Herald-Zeitung Presented by the Christian Xavier Perez Born: 1/28/03 New Braunfels* 7.1 Ib^Aozs^ its! lia Perez Sibling: Brandon Tyler Lopez Grandparents Rachel S. Mendoza. Hilda Perez. Ruben C. Perez. Alberto Mendoza ;