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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 30, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas 18-WHEELER HAULING DOG FOOD^ROLLS OVER NEWS, 3A 50«New Braunfels SATURDAY JULY30,2011 herald -z e i t u n g. com SERVING NEW BRAUNFELS SINCE 1852TEA: Local schools ^Recognized’NBISD’s ranking Elighest since 2005 I 5 CISD schools named ‘Exemplary’ By wn Wright The Herald-Zeitung NBISD assistant superintendent Victoria Pursch was happy with Friday's Texas Education Agency district accountability data reports, which gave New BraunfelsINSIDE Chart shows schoqi ratings. 5A ISt) its first Recognized rat-ing since 2005. "We're just happy to get the label," said Pursch^ the district's assistant superin-tenfient for accountability and instruction. "And we'll get to hav(' it for anothc*r two years." TFA ratings for 2010-11, See NBISD. Page 5A ByWlliWrtght The Herald-Zeituhg The Texas Education Agency's ratings, released on Friday, brought a mixt'fi bag for Comal ISP S( hoois. While the district retained its Recog-nim) distinction from the 2(K)9-10 s( h(K)l year, several s( h(K)ls drop|K‘(l in the ratings be< ause of two fac tors Tb(‘ TEA afldi'd a c onim(‘ii(l<‘H pfttorm ance (riterla this year, nK'aning ,\ Recognized d(*sign,vlion re(]uires r> pen cnt ot all students and 1 S p<*T( (‘nt ot .til c( onom-ically disadvantaged stiirlcnis rcax h fh(> See COMAL ISO. Page 5A ► POHER'S CREEK Man 6th drowning at Canyon Lake in 11 By Dalondo Moultrie The Herald-Zeitung StMTch and recovery teams pulled a man's body from Canyon take late Thursday, marking the lake's sixth drowning victim this year, a Comal County Sheriff's (iffice spokesman said. Fnmls ot Guillemio Garcia Ir., Í6, of Lubbock, initialIv thought he was clowning around as he drowned, Lt. Mark Revnolds said. Authorities got the call aliout 7:40 [).m. tor a possible drowninq at fritter's Creek Park on the north side of the lake, Reynolds said. F4e said memlx'rs of Texas f^rks and Wildlife started a search and, with the help of sonar ec^uip-ment, they kx atc^l an area of the lake where thc*y believt*d C'jarcia to lx\ San M,ìreos Area Rec overy Team divers entered the watcT about 10 p.m. and searchcHl for nearly an hour Ix'fcxe M,\tt Simkin and Homc*r Martincv found Garcia's bcxlv, said Dan Misiaszek, SMART public information officer. Reyncjids said divc'rs rtxoveread Garcia about 1(X) yards from shore in water between nine and 10 fe(»t dec>p. He said C'jarcia had Ixvn swimming with friends when he and a female headed toward a tree in the lake. The female's mother calk'd to her to come back, which she did, Reynolds said, but Gare la continucx]. After a few moments, Ciar-cia began bobbing in the water and yelled for help, Reynolds said. He said Ciar-cia's friends thought he was joking but c^uickly realizcHi he was serious. Garcia had gone under by the time his friends reached him, Reynolds said. Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace jennifer Saunders pro-ncxinctxl C'larcia ck'ad at 11:45 p.m., and ruled his death an acciciental drowning. Canyon l ake has seen five other drownings this year. •    james Henry Mill, 41, of Canyon Lake, dic'd in a swim-ming accident May 7 at Jacobs Crc^'k F^rk. •    Terry Hasan, 43, of Port Arthur, drowned june Ih at Jacobs Crc»ek Park after trying to retrieve some children who had drifted away. •    ChestcT Aguilar, 20, and Matthew Arzate, 21, both of San Antonio, were swimming together Ix'tween the islands lune 25 at Comal Park whcm they went under. •    Also June 25, Maurice Tyrome Hamilton, 28, of San Antonio, drowned after fall in oft an inflatable alligator ra near Canyon Park. HEB RECALLS DAIRY PRODUCTS LAURA McKENZIF Hwald-Zeitunq HEB has issued a recall on several HEB brand dairy products sold in its stores between June 18 and July 27. SCARY DAIRY? Store concerned about possible ‘foreign material’ By Betty Taylor ihe Herald-Zeitung HEB has issuc'd a c om-[lany-wide precautionary rc'call of certa in lUB Brand dairy produc ts out of (lossible fear that some (orodiK ts might contain "foreign material." Recalled products iiiclude 8-ounce, 16-ounce, 24-ounce and Ì2-ounce sizes of FIEB Brand cottage cheese, dips, yogurt and sour cream sold between lune 18 and luly 27. The prcxJuc ts were sold at HFB, Central Market, Mi Lienda and |oe V's. Four-ounce and 6-ounce sizes are not affec ted by the recall. INSIDE Chart lists recalled dairy products. 5A In New Braunfels, the produc is were being pulled from store shelves at the two local HEBs beginn ing Wc'dnesday. The voluntary recall began when a customer returned a product thought to contain a foreign substance, said Lauren Hendc'r-son, operations leader at the-1 lEB at Texas Hwy. 46 and Loop 5 i7. "But 1 don't know what store or location the product came from or where it was returned. 1 |ust know it was made from the same line." Carolyn OecMi with 1 lEB Public Aftairs in San Antonio satd it was not certain that the returned produc t contained a foreign material. I lEB's standard practice is lo issue* a voluntary retail to ensure the safc'ty ot Its c ustomers, Hc'ndc'rson said. "There were no reports ot injuries or anyone getting sick. But it is better to be safe than sorry," she said. ('ustomers who bought the recalled products may return them to any HEB, Central't, Ml Tienda or joe V's for a full refund. For a full listing of the ree ailed j)ro(jucls, visit, lor information, call (210) Ì8-8Ì57 or (800) 4 Ì2-.H 1 C Coupons in Sunday’s H-Z support CIS ByWlliWrtght The Herald-Zeitung Beginning this Sunday, everyone can hel|) c()ntril)ult* to C'onimunilic*s In Schcx)ls. C'lS is partnering with Prcxler and Cjamble in a benefit called "C'jIVE Education," designed lo keef) children in sc hc:x)l through the rwk’mption of GIVE Education's "brandSAVER" coupons. C])n Sunday, pac kets of brandSAVER coupons discounting Procter and C'jamble |)rcxlucts such as Puffs, Boun ty, Crest, Pantene, Duracell, Qla)‘ and Tide will be incluc'clecj in the Nc'w B ra u nfel s Fiera Id-Zei tu ng. For each brandSAVER coupon rc'cleemed, P&G will donate two c c'nts to CIS. PiSiCVs unc appt>ddonation will help deliver CIS's he p to students and their families, inc luding tutoring, mc'n-toring, individual or fahiily counselling, health services, food l)ank access, college visits and more. "We're very proud a company as big as Pr(x ter and Gamble has partnered with CIS to cb this nationwide," ► WATERGATE Judge: Unsea Nixon’s testimony WASHINGTON (AP) Thirt\ SIX ve.ifs .lUtM Ru hard Nixon testitied to a grand |iir\ .ilxui! the W.iter gate* lìréNik in that drove him trom ottire, a tederai on Friil.n ordered the se( rt'l transe ri|)t m.ule ¡)ul)li< But the J^t-iage's won't )(' available immedi.iteK because the governiiient gets tini(‘ to de>( ide on an I    Nixon ap()eal rlu* ( )lKima adinitiisti.ilion opposed the transí r ipt^ relcMSi' ( hieflv to [)rotet t fin-privae \ oí ()('< >ple dix us-^ed during th('c'x piesideots tes timon\ who are still alive. NevcTtÍK'k'ss I S ! )istfK t ludge Rovte ianibeith .igrc^c'd with histori.m^ who suchI tor tel(V)s(‘ oi the do« u me'nts that the liistorn al sig niticaiK e outweighs aii^u liK'nts tor sec ie¡ v, bèi ause tlie investigations are long over and \ixoti is dcvul. Nixon wa^ iiileiviewi'd behind < lost'd doors neat iii > I alifornia honit' tor 1 I hours over two (lavs m lurn' I 'i"!, 10 months atlt't res unieg the [xe'sidenn v, Two gtai ' ' jurors were tlown in and th( ríanse ri()t was read to the' rest oi the )iiii(‘l silling bac k in Was iington. It was tlie iirst time a tormer I '.S, pn'suk'tit tc'stifie'd lx'tor(> a grand )iir\ - Bill ( linton 1)(H ame the tirsi siiting pre‘sid('lit to do so during the Moriu <i 1 C'vviiiskv investigation. WE ATHER, 3B PEYTON C CARTER Scattered thunderstorms High: 95 Low: 74 said ('hris Douglas, exex utive dirc'c tor of South CCentral Te*xas (IS. "We hofx* the lexal eommunity' sc'c's it validalc's the work we do." The nu)ney will return te> the' lexal CIS in marketing eJeJlars, De)uglas Stiid. "P&Cj will Ix' doing partnerships with big companies and getting more rc'cc^nition for C IS — gt'tling the word out on w hat we de)," she said. For ink)rmation, visit (»IVE Fduca-tie)n's Fac c‘lxx)k page. 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