New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 21, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas
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NEW BRAUNFELS ISD
New Braunfels High School
— Preliminary SAT testing.
— Drama department performs "Dearly Departed"
Location: Auditorium Information: Tickets are $3 for students, $5 for adults.
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NBISD Board of Trustees regular meeting Time: 7 p.m.
Location: the Education Center Board Room • • •
New Braunfels Middle School
Picture remakes will be taken.
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Carl Schurz Elementary
TMS Writing retest will be held Tuesday, beginning at 8 a.m. For seniors who have not passed TMS writing. Estimated time of test is four hours.
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CISD schools will release early Tuesday for par-ent-teacher conferences. Elementary schools will release at 1:30 p.m.; secondary schools at
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Canyon Middle School
Open house from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday.
NEW BRAUNFELS ISD
Administrators meeting Time: 9:30 a.m.
Location: Education Center • • •
NBISD Behavior Support Group meeting Time: 3 to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Education Center Historical Room • • •
Lone Star Elementary
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TMS mathematics retest will be held Wednesday, beginning at 8 a.m. For seniors who luive not passed TMS writing. Estimated time of test is four hours.
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CISD schools will release early Wednesday for parent-teacher conferences. Elementary schools will release at 1:30 p.m.; secondary schools at 2 p.m. ......
To have your event publicized, contact News Editor Brady Creel at 625-9144, ext. 221, or by e mail at [email protected]
Referees honor the U.S. flag as the "Star Spangled Banner" is played Friday at the New Braunfels High School football game.
From staff, wire reports
ULLOA TRIAL BEGINS — The
trial that would send an accused local drug peddler to prison for the rest of his life began Monday before 274th Judicial District Judge Gary Steel.
Former undercover narcotics investigator Pete Arroyo testified Monday that the target of another drug investigation first took him to the home of Terry M. Ulloa June 15,2000, in an attempt to purchase three ounces of marijuana.
Ulloa, 45, faces up to two life terms in prison if convicted on allegations he possessed with intent to deliver marijuana, methamphetamine and cocaine in a drug-free zone.
District Attorney Dib Waldrip and County Counsel Geoff Barr are prosecuting Ulloa, who is being defended by attorney John Fox of San Antonio.
Ulloa’s trial resumes at 9 a.m. today in District Court.
PERRY: SOME CHIP FUNDS WILL BE RETORED — Only weeks after Children’s I leal th Insurance Program benefits were reduced, the state plans to restore some coverage for mental health and substance abuse services, Gov. Rick Perry announced Monday., x Texas legislators reduced mental health benefits available under CHIP when they balanced the state’s budget this year. Perry signed the budget bill, and the mental health services were cut effective Sept. I.
Some 5,000 children a month
Blaze consumes Canyon Lakeraome
CANYON LAKE — Fire destroyed a Hedgestone mobile home early Sunday.
Canyon Lake Fire/EMS Capt. Danny Ray said firefighters were called to the residence at 1:30 a.m. after a neighbor reported the fire.
'The neighbors said they heard a popping noise. When they came outside, it was fully involved,” Ray said.
The two firefighters who first arrived at the scene found a sin-giewide mobile home fully in flames, Ray said.
“The first crew mounted a defensive attack. When additional help arrived, it was quick-,
took advantage of the benefits last year.
CHIP is the state’s low-cost health insurance program that serves children from families who make too much money to qualify for Medicaid.
In a statement issued by his office, Perry said he took die action after consulting state leaders. I Ie said he has worked with Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst and I louse Speaker Tom Craddick “to ensure that we use every dollar available for health care service? in the manner that best meets the needs of Texans.” Dewhurst, after speaking at a conference Monday organized by the Texas Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation, told news reporters he hadn’t spoken with Perry about the restoration of the Cl IIP menial health benefits.
ly knocked down with an interior attack,” Ray said.
State safety rules prohibit firefighters from going inside a burning building without backup manpower outside.
Ray said the home was likely a complete loss, even though its roof and exterior walls were left standing.
Cause of the fire was undetermined.
"At the present time, I see nothing suspicious,’* Ellington said.
Fire officials are attempting to reach the owner of the residence, whom they believe works on an offshore drilling rig.
N AT I O N
FEDERAL DEFICIT HITS RECORD $374 BILLION —
The federal deficit soared to $374.2 billion in 2003, the White House said Monday, a record total that more than doubled last year’s and looked like a prelude to even gloomier numbers.
Because the shortfall marked an improvement from a $455 billion projection the White House made in July, Bush administration officials cited it as evidence that their attempts to fortify the weak economy were working.
White House budget director Joshua Bolten conceded that worse fiscal numbers were on the horizon, estimating the gap for the new year “will likely
exceed $500 billion even with the strengthening economy.” Bolten said spending restraint and policies aimed at bolstering the economy can wrench the budget onto a course to halve deficits by 2009.
NUCLEAR IMPASSE DOMINATES ECONOMIC FORUM — President Bush pushed North Korea’s nuclear threat to the forefront of a 21-nation summit Monday, and the communist country shoved back with an attention-grabbing missile test.
Some complained security issues dominated the meeting's stated economic agenda.
The leaders took up a major economic dispute and agrekl to revive global trade liberalization talks that collapsed recently in Mexico. They did not offer a formula to break the impasse but directed negotiators go back to work, the White House said.
The summit of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation ends Tuesday with the leaders expected to pledge to intensify efforts to dismantle terror groups. Australian Prime Minister John Howard, a close U.S. ally, said actioln is more important than words.
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aMatters of Public Record
Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the following between Oct. 17 and 20: Alfredo O. Acevedo, 28, New Braunfels, expired driver's license.
Armando M. Aleman, 39, New Braunfels, public intoxication. Fernando R. Bazadula, 27, San Antonio, public intoxication. George R. Bingham, 22, New Braunfels, driving while intoxicated.
Richard B. Bingham, 37, McQueeney, public intoxication. Cheryl L. Bryan, 43, New Braunfels, commitment/driving while intoxicated, third or more offense.
Teresa D. Cain, 47, San Antonio, public intoxication; assault by threat; failure to appear.
David Carrera Sr, 52, New Braunfels, public intoxication. Roel O. Chapa, 39, Donna, failure to appear/theft of service; no child restraint seat.
Norman J. Chicoine Jr., 40, Richmond, failure to appear/assault causing bodily injury to family member. Ronald Coffee, 53, Blanco, probation violation/driving while intoxicated.
Xavier R. Collazo, 19, San Antonio, failure to appear/no insurance; failure to appear/ speeding.
German Escobedo, 39, New Braunfels, no mirrors, defective tail lamps; fictitious/counterfeit inspection; criminal nonsupport/contempt of child support. Genoveno Gamez, 19, Austin, speeding — 96 mph in a 70 mph zone; no driver's license; failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Polito M. Garcia, 20, Seguin, littering; assault.
Rebecca Garcia, 23, Seguin, pufr lie intoxication; no safety belt. Lilia C. Garza, 19, New Braunfels, motion to revoke probation/evading detention. Sean M. Gasparovic, 23, New Braunfels, failure to appearAheft between $50 and $500; theft.
Ruben Gonzales, 26, New Braunfels, issuance of a bad
Tamatha M. Goode, 37,
Medina, driving while intoxicated; presumption of theft by check; theft by check between $20 and $500; theft by check between $500 and $1,500; unsafe speed; no driver's license; failure to maintain financial responsibility, second offense.
Robert Guerra, 36, San Antonio, speeding; failure to appear.
Dana Y Haag, 28, San Antonio, failure to identify to peace officer.
Charles O. Hundley III, 19, Bulverde, criminal mischief between $50 and $500.
Tony L. Inman, 17, Spring Branch, driving under the influence of alcohol/minor; minor in possession of a tobacco product; failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Richard A. James, 19, San Antonio, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana. Jesse W. Klaerner, 21, Canyon Lake, driving while intoxicated. Darrell K. Landreau, 45,
Canyon Lake, parole violation. Don C. Leggitt Jr., 45, New Braunfels, assault causing bodily injury to family member (2 charges).
Richard J. Little, 18, Bulverde, public intoxication.
Aaron Lopez, 27, San Antonio, no driver's license.
Phi D. Ma, 23, San Antonio, possession of less than 1 gram of a controlled substance, penalty group 1; possession of less than 1 gram of a con trolled substance, penalty group 2.
James T. Marlar, 52, New Braunfels, driving while intoxi cated.
Johnny P. Medina, 25, Carilton, theft by check; speeding. Joseph K. Moody, 18, San Benito, no driver's license; minor in possession of alcoholic beverage.
Matthew J. Mundahl, 19, Corpus Christi, commitment/ possession of marijuana. Robert D. Oldham Jr., 20, Canyon Lake, driving while license suspended/invalid.
Jose I. Oviedo, 28, San Antonio, expired inspection sticker; failure to maintain financial responsibility; violation of promise to appear.
John H. Paez, 17, San Antonio, failure to appear/possession of between 4 ounces and 5 pounds of marijuana.
Isaac Perez, 38, Spring Branch, no driver's license.
Richard Perez Jr., 26, New Braunfels, driving while intoxicated; failure to maintain financial responsibility.
Omari S. Perkins, 27, Burnet, speeding; failure to signal with turn indicator; violation of promise to appear.
Pamela J. Pollock, 49, New Braunfels, driving while intoxicated.
Ricky J. Randle, 33, New Braunfels, assault causing bodily injury/family violence; pub lie intoxication.
Dagoberto Rivera-Ramos, 25, San Juan De Sabinas, Mex., speeding; failure to maintain financial responsibility; no dri ver's license.
Angel G. Rodriguez, 48, Temple, public intoxication. Juan C. Rodriguez, 17, New Braunfels, public intoxication; failure to identify, enhanced;
driving while intoxicated, first offense.
Michelle S. Rodriguez, 19, Seguin, public intoxication. Robert Rodriguez, 21, Seguin, failure to identify as a fugitive; motion to revoke probation/inhalant abuse. Robert A. Rodriguez Jr., 23, Canyon Lake; evading arrest/ detention using a vehicle. Cesar A. Salcedo, 23, New Braunfels, speeding; violation of promise to appear.
Ernesto C. Sanchez, 39, New Braunfels, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.
James D. Schuler, 35, failure to obey commitment order. Terrence L. Sherwood, 43, Canyon Lake, assault causes bodily injury/family violence. Jason W. Skinner, 18, Spring Branch, motion to adjudicate/possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana. William W. Talamentez ll, 19, San Antonio, speeding.
Patricia Thouvenot, 18, San Antonio, assault causing bodily injury to family member.
Mary H. Trevino, 40, San Antonio, driving while intoxicated, second offense.
Tori A. Tucker, 22, Bulverde, speeding — 55 mph in a 35 mph zone.
Daniel Valdez, 38, Floresville, public intoxication.
Alfred Varela III, 22, New Braunfels, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana; evading arrest/detention; resisting arrest, search or transport.
Bennie L. West, 28, San Antonio, commitment/driving while license suspended.
Leon C. Whitfield, 26, Canyon Lake, possession of a prohibited weapon (switchblade or knuckles); possession of less than 1 gram of a controlled substance, penalty group 1. Travis L. Wiedenfeld, 25, Comfort, failure to maintain financial responsibility; expired inspection sticker.
Travis J. Wilke, 19, New Braunfels, public intoxication. Gerald R. Wood, 38, New Braunfels, commitment.
Gregg E.W. Wright, 19, New Braunfels, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana.
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