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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 20, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 A — Herald-Zeitung — Thursday, November 20, 2003 Out of the BACKPACK WL I NEW BRAUNFELS ISD • • • Memorial Elementary Grandfriends Day for 2nd grade • ll COMAL ISD National Parental Involvement Day H NEW BRAUNFELS ISD • • • Carl Schurz Elementary Students dress as their favorite book character in recognition of National Childrens Book Week New Braunfels High School Region 12 choir clinic and concert Location: Judson High School • t • Memorial Elementary Grandfriends Day for 3rd grade Time: 3 to 4:30 p.m. Location: The Education Center Historical room • • • COMAL ISD • • • Canyon High School Region choir clinic IAI Ll AT'Q    ■ New Braunfels VVllHI 0    ISO trustees A U II A n    Board will conduct a I I LnU    workshop Monday, 5:30 p.m., in the board room at The Education Center The information for this issue of Out of the BACKPACK was taken from calendars posted on the Web sites of New Braunfels ISD and Comal ISD or from information supplied by school district spokespersons Stephanie Ferguson (New Braunfels ISD) and Kari Hutchison (Comal ISD). lf your club or organization news is not listed, contact your school district representative, or send your information to the Herald-Zeitung by: ■ Mail — 707 Landa St., New Braunfels 78130 Y E-mail — [email protected], or [email protected] .com DIGEST Herald-Zeitung To have your event publicized, contact News Editor Brady Creel at 625-9144, ext. 221, or by e mail at bcreel§herald-zeitung. com Members of the Canyon High School marching band perform during halftime at a recent football game. From staff, wire reports LOCAL NEW BRAUNFELS I TEENAGERS GATHERING I COATS FOR CHILDREN - Two I New Braunfels teenagers are col-i lecting coats, raincoats and I umbrellas for the children this j holiday season. The Coats for Kool Kids drive I begins Nov. 24 and runs through | Dec. 12. Donations can be dropped off I at all New Braunfels fire stations, I Canyon High School and New I Braunfels I ligh School. All sizes welcome. Cleaning will be donated by j Hill Country Cleaners. Donations j will be distributed by Communi-j ties in Schools and the Commu-I nity Service Center beginning I Dec. 15. For more information, call Ash-i lee, 15, and Alyssa Larsen, 13, at .. | (830)624-0699. NEW BRAUNFELS I CITY RECOGNIZED FOR MAIN I STREET PROGRAM — The Texas j Historical Commission and the I National TYnst for I listoric I Preservation recently recognized I New Braunfels as one of the 53 I National Main Street Cities in I Texas. “We’re honored to have receive i this national recognition,” said j New Braunfels Main Street Man-! ager fan Soechting. The recognition is given to I cities that establish and maintain I an active and successful Main | Street program, f Cities must show above aver-i age performance in planning, j staffing and volunteerisin, ethic I preservation, training and pro-I gram assessment. Since the New Braunfels Main City’s Main Street staff recognized for success The Texas Historical Commission and the National TVust for Historic Preservation recently tecognized New Braunfels as one of the 53 National Main Street Cities in Texas. "We’re honored to have receive this national recognition,” said New Braunfels Main Street Manager Jan Soechting. The recognition is given to cities that establish and maintain an active and successful Main Street program. Cities must show above average performance in planning, staffing and volunteerism, ethic preservation, training and program assessment. Street program was established in 1991, people have invested more than $25 million in historic downtown. The sum is one of the highest in the state, Soechting said. The public also has invested in beautification programs. Both businesses and patrons have made the downtown district thrive, she said. “There’s really a community investment in our historic downtown district,” Soechting said. “The success belongs to the community and community leaders that have stepped up to the plate.” TEXAS COLLEGE STATION ACrM GROUP STAGES BAKE SALE PROTEST — A conservative group at Texas A&M University Since the New Braunfels Main Street program was established in 1991, people have invested more than $25 million in historic downtown. The sum is one of the highest in the state, Soechting said. The public also has invested in beautification programs. Both businesses and patrons have made the downtown district thrive, she said. “There's really a community investment in our historic downtown district,” Soechting saic}. “The success belongs to the community and community leaders that have stepped up to the plate." protested the arrival of a new campus diversity leader by conducting a bake sale featuring different prices for cookies depending on race and gender. A similar sale at Southern Methodist University was shut down by the school. But A&M officials say they plan no action regarding the bake sale by Young Conservatives of Texas A&M. The conservative group held a similar bake sale at Texas A&M at the beginning of this semester. Organizers say white males at the new sale must pay $1 for a cookie, while the same kind of cookie will be sold to white females for 75 cents, to Hispanics for 50 cents and to blacks for 25 cents. Young Conservatives’ chairman, A&M senior Matthew Maddox, said the bake sale is being LOTTE PICK 3 Day Night 7-5-8 5-1-3 held to protest the creation of the new position of vice president of institutional assessment and diversity. James A. Anderson, the former vice provost for undergraduate affairs at North Carolina ; State University, was to assume the new post. WASHINGTON SENATE CONFIRMS GENERAL FOR FORT SAM HOUSTON POST — The Senate approved the promotion Tuesday of Maj. i Gen. Robert Clark, who had been ? criticized for the way he presided • over an Army post where a sol- » dier was killed. *    > President Bush nominated • Clark more than a year ago to » receive a third star and promotion to lieutenant general and commanding general of the Fifth U.S. Anny at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Clark currently is acting commanding general there. Clark’s nomination had been stalled because of concerns about his leadership at Fort Campbell, on the Tennessee-Kentucky line. Clark was in charge of that post in July 1999 when Pfc. Barry Winchell was bludgeoned to death by a fellow soldier who thought Winchell was gay. TIXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $5 million 2-21-28-37-38 (35) BB WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $6 million 7-8-19-21-25 (21) BB. TEXAS TWO-STEP 4-20-26-31 (10) CASH FIVE 3-20-23-26-33 Lottery numbers available at www texaslottery com CLICK b Matters of Pubuc Record ARRESTS I V rn Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the following between Nov. 18 and 19: Nicholas L. Cameron. 17, Elmendorf, failure to appear/ motion to adjudicate/assault causing bodily injury. Jason B. Forshage, 26, Seguin, theft less than $50; no safety belt, violation of promise to appear. Amber E. Gibson, 21. New Braunfels, commitment/motion to revoke probation/ reckless driving; commitment/motion to revoke prdbation/driving while intoxicated. Carmen L. Gomez, 43. New Braunfels, failure to appear/theft by check between $20 and $500 Jason D Meneley, 23. New Braunfels, possession of between 4 ounces and 5 pounds of marijuana. Melissa Noriega, 27, New Braunfels, theft by check between $20 and $500. Genaro F Ortiz Jr., 22. New Braunfels, commitment/driving while license suspended. Edward A. Salinas, 42, San Antonio, failure to appear; no safety belt. Matthew W Self, 21, New Braunfels, failure to appear/possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana; minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage. BUILDING PERMITS The following building permit applications were filed between Nov. 10 and 15 with the New Braunfels city planner s office. Margie Robinson. 112 Asburn, reroof, $6,200 Willie Johnston, 1028 Misty Acres, duplex, $110,110 Dan Hitzfelder, 1258 Wood Crest Circle, duplex, $149,000 Ken Rector, 911 Timber, bathroom remodel. $13,400 Armadillo Construction, 355 Big Hawk, single family residence. $122,000 Armadillo Construction, 359 Big Hawk, single family residence. $115,000 Armadillo Construction, 363 Big Hawk, single family residence, $ 191,000 Armadillo Construction, 367 Big Hawk, single family residence. $216,000 Rick Herren, 721 Samuels Ave., Lone Star Theatres MARKETPLACE 12 651 Business Lp IH 35 N (830)625 - 4400 ft Im Cf Concession*! 4-fcy Mumm Tteftets Im Ii Mi Al Bm Mkt WWW.STARPLEX12.COM HOW TO CONTACT US Herald-Zeitung /(J/ Landa Si. Na* Braunfels. TX 78130 (830)625 9144 tar (830) 625 1224 WWW herald / Published on Saturday, Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through friday by the New Braunfels Herald Zeiiung (LISPS 377 880), 70/ Landa Street, or PO Drawer 311328 New Braunfels, Comal Coomy. Fetas 78131 1328 Periodical postage paid by (he New Braunfels Herald Zeitung iii New Braunfels. Texas Subscription roto*: Carrier delivered iii Comal and Guadalupe counties: Three (3) months    $25 Sit (6) months    $44 One (I) year    S/9 Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas Three (3) months ...............................$35 Sit (6) months............... $64 One (I) year    $120 Mail outside Texas: Six (6) months..........................$89 One (I) year    $136    75 Postmaster Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, PO. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, TX 78131 1328 Oolivtry problems Subscribers who have riot received a news paper by 6 a in Tuesday through Friday and by 7 a.rn Saturday and Sunday can call (830) 625 9144 Staff directory Doug Toney. Editor and Publisher Ext 201. duug.tuney^herald /eilung cum Gory I. Maitland Managing Editor Ext 220, ginaitland^herald /eilung.cum Haatber Groat Business Managei Ext 202: hgrani^hetald / Liao Scbreier Composing Manage) Ext 205. IschteietPhetald/ Hoary Caalla, Commercial Printing and Information Systems, 625 5232, hcoello?herald / Araald Wiggins, Production Managei 625 5232, awiggins^herald / Craig Paaliag, Circulation Manager Ext 228, cpaultng#herald / Courtney Aboraatby, Advertising Manager Ext. 208. cabernathy?herald /eitung corn Classified advertising, call 625 9144. ext 215 Display advertising, cab 625 9144 ext 208 Obituaries, weddings, engagement and antnver sanes, call 625-9144 ext 213 remodel, $11,647 Oft Plumbing, 203 Trade Center Drive, new commercial, $ 133.538 World Indigenous Missions, 2409 Lifehaus Industrial Drive, new building, $200,000 Rush Enterprise, 555 1-35 S., platform, $10,000 Michael Flume. 322 Bonner, garden home. $87,120 Charles Flynn, 2112 N. Star Loop, reroof, $6,700 Continental Homes, 238 Val MIM ll I rill i it! HU'' !•■) V a hr mi:!. -8V-0'J5-4'J55 VXJi 11 ll-;. lh.iii. |FRI. • NOV. 21 St • 9pm| mmbww Verde Drive, single family residence, $105,050 Continental Homes. 2422 Dove Crossing Drive, single family residence. $172,315 Continental Homes, 2373 Carson Loop, single family residence. $107,910 Paxton Brown, 674 S. Casten, remodel. $12,000 MOPS MART Do your holiday shopping in our market of 25 vendors First United Methodist Church Mill Street Side Free Admission ~ 1 30 Door Prizes Thursday, November 20th 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. • _ ~_raoHMnt (-you’/tc ® ated DALE WATSON BLEUS BIRTHDAY ■ BASH WEEKEND I FRI. • NOV. 28th BLEU EDMONDSON & STONEY LARUE SAT • NOV. 29th I JASON BOLAND I & THE STRAGGLERS I Open Mic w/Gerald Amstutz Every Thursday @ 9pm 111\alations • SlalionciA ( n cetunj ( ai ds • (nils Bride • Bain • I Ionic 172 VV. San Antonio. New Braunfels STO BOS SOOS CL (.RANI) ORI NIM. \\ KKR Woe 11 ic* sc I o \ Nm. I n • Sol ii i da\ Nm I < Kl ill Spill For Texans, It’s a Natural Choice. 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