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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 28, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Fair contest photos 11A NEW BRAur PlsOT HERALDZEI FRIDAY September 2001 22 pages in 2 sections 275 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 50 cents Fair day Life Skills students take home honors from County Fair BY BILL FRISBIE Staff Writer This past years fair was a tough act to but thats the way the cookie More the recipe for success includes preparing students who are often set apart from their peers to par ticipate more fully in the com At least that is Nancy Ede lens New Braun fels Middle Schools Life Skills instructor since The special education classes again entered homemade pas tries in the Comal County Fair youth division baking contest this Judges awarded three third place ribbons and three partic ipatory ribbons to six of Ede lens students Their entries included an assortment of brownies and cookies rang ing from chocolate chip macadamia nut to double fudge This past years effort gar nered several first place rib bons plus one tricolored rib bon for the categorys best overall But it is not whether stu dents win or but how they play the game of Edelen The whole idea is getting See it Downtown New Braunfels Parade Route I I I I Parade Route Streets Closed Parade prep starts early FROM STAFF REPORTS Its Fail Day Most of Comal Countys resi dents will flock to downtown New Braunfels today for the annual fair The crowd then will move to the fairgrounds for a day full of carnival cotton candy and New Braunfels police remind residents that no parking will be allowed on San Antonio Street and Main Plaza starting at 6 Parking is prohibited until after the fair State laws also have changed regarding persons younger than 18 riding in the backs of pickup See New Braunfels Middle School student Dillon Dischinger front checks out his ribbon early Thursday afternoon with fellow classmates from left Inocencio Devin Shepherd and Camarie Marbach in the baked goods Camarie and Pam Marbach prepare cookies for her New Braunfels Middle School JESSIE HeraldZeitung County Fair Schedule TODAY Carnival open from 10 to midnight arm bands from 11 to 5 armbands from 511 Fair parade steps off at 10 travels down San Antonio Street between Sycamore and Union streets Pet Parade begins at at the Handy Andy parking lot on West San Antonio Street Comal Corral Local high school bands perform 14 free Jay Eric and The Blieders Creek 8 to midnight admission Comal County Fair Arts and Crafts Show open Rodeo at 8 tickets are at the gate Kids Rodeo Clown Contest at side gate of the rodeo office Livestock judging market lambs at 2 followed by market goats and breeding sheep SATURDAY Carnival open from 11 to 1 arm bands from 11 to 5 armbands 511 Livestock judging starts at 9 with followed by breeding cat tle hog judging starts at 4 Comal Corral noon to 1 Companie de Danza Folklorica 1 to 2 49th Armored Division Band 2 to 3 J R Gymnastics 3 to 4 New Braunfels Dance Studio 4 to 5 Ballet Folklorico Festival 9 to 1 The admission Rodeo starts at 8 advance tickets are and tickets at the gate are Childrens games 10 to noon behind arts and crafts building Antique tractor pull Kiddie tractor pull noon Arts and crafts show opens at 10 President outlines air safety measures BY RON FOURNIER AP White House Correspondent WASHINGTON Governors pledged Thursday to mobilize National Guard troops against terrorism at where jobs are drying up because of travelersjit The Pentagon said it has authority to attack hijacked airliners as a last Talking about military pilots new rules of engagement in the war against terror outgoing Joint Chiefs Chairman Henry Shelton The last thing in the world that one of them wants to do is engage a commercial Dont get the impression that anyone whos flying around out there has a loose trigger he Sixteen days after attacks that killed the Bush administration moved on several fronts to calm a still fearful bolster the identify the killers and forge a wartime coalition of disparate Bushs new antiterrorism Penn sylvania Tom carved out a commanding role in the Officials said he would oversee as many as lOtf all but 10 or so borrowed from agencies outside the White and would have significant input on bud gets for the 40plus agencies involved in Others will tire and weary I under stand But not our Bush told hundreds of flagwaving airline workers in their industry and jobs in danger because of the 11 Amid a swirl of diplomatic Bush met with European Union who cautioned him to retaliate with precision and The by has talked about a broad Despite words of caution from there was fresh evidence that Bush is fashioning a unique antiterrorism coali tion of disparate A official dis closed that long accused of har boring has quietly rounded up as many as 30 foreign extremists since See Major developments President Bush announces plan to bolster airline including expanded use of federal mar shals on putting federal government in charge of airport security and spending mil lion on aircraft including making cockpits more have been authorized to order the military down civilian airliners that appear to be threatening The Jesse says he is considering invitation from Afghanistans Taliban niters to take peace delegation to neighboring officials say global manhunt two terrorist attacks since 11 and that v dence suggests collaborators were In various stages of planning several other plots to harm Stocks end mixed with 500 Death toll at trade center remains including 232 Number of Death toll at Pentagon remains Pennsylvania erasri CISD split vote disbands bond oversight committee BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer BULVERDE With a new high school still to be built and renovations to its two existing high schools yet to be completed Comal Inde pendent School District trustees voted 43 Thursday night to disband the commit tee it created to oversee its 1999 million bond Bond Oversight Commit tee Chairman Bill Swint who voted in August to rec ommend the committee be disbanded said he believed the committee was shut down because trustees had locked themselves into an untenable location for a third high school and wanted See INSIDE Key Code 76 County examines courthouse security BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer In many more ways than New Braunfels is a long way from New York City or But the unthinkable hap pened recently in those and county officials now are revisiting the security of the Comal County Courthouse and Its a good time to be look ing at Everyone else across the nation 1 Commissioner Jack Dawson I want to see whether we can make any improve In recent county officials and courthouse secu rity sheriffs deputy John have taken steps to address potential security Calentine has added one deputy in the courthouse and the publics access CALENTINE been to the build ing has been restricted before and after Parking issues for county employees and visitors also have See
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