New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 29, 2001

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 29, 2001

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Issue date: Saturday, September 29, 2001

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 29, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas High School Football Scores NEW BRAUNFELS HERALD NXNXNXMIXXXMXN FOR m 1000571 LIZ SOIJTHUEST HICROMIBII8HFRS 2627 E VANDEIL EL PflSO TX SATURDAY September 2001 16 pages in 2 sections UNG 276 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 50 cents Fair shows its stripes County Fair Schedule TODAY Carnival open from 11 to 1 armbands from 11 to 5 armbands 511 Livestock judging starts at 9 with followed by breeding cattle 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 to noon behind arts and crafts building Antique tractor pull 10 Kiddie tractor pull noon Arts and crafts show opens at SUNDAY Carnival open from 1 to 10 armbands from 1 to 5 armbands 510 Livestock judging starts at 9 with jackpot meat goat show Comal Corral Mariachis Ecos de America also per forming at the food 2 to Childrens Best Western Dress Contest 6 to 10 free admission Rodeo Bullriders Extravaganza starts at 3 advance tickets are and tickets at the gate are Antique tractor pull play day Kiddie tractor pull noon Arts and crafts show opens at JESSIE The New Braunfels Blue AllStars make their way toward the Main Plaza Friday morning as the annual fair parade winds The colors of our nation flew from every conceivable surface as people decorated their shirts and 108th Fair Parade steeped in patriotism BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer Austyn and his brother really like and they saw a white and blue barnburner of one Both were wearing God Bless the USA T shirts and carrying big red Both were also crusted in cotton candy fin gers and And they were even eating Ronney and their Sharon Fer joined thousands who ringed Main Plaza and lined San Antonio Street to watch the 108th annual Comal County Fair Like boys Austyn and Ronney love the pomp of a I like fire truck nqise and police and horses Ronney as the head of the parade approached with the New Braunfels and Bracken fire departments flashing their safety lights and making plenty of fire truck Everyone stood and clapped as the firefight ers approached and Fridays if pos was even more patriotic and white See Contestants having a hayday BY BILL FRISBIE Staff Writer Leroy Schmoekel knows his Schmoekel is not only the Comal County Fairs Hay Show Grand Cham pion for his prizewinning sorghum sudan but the Marion resident also took top honors Friday in the win ter forage Schoemokels vintage crop advances to Decembers statewide competition in along with New Braunfels Nolan Schwarzlose won Reserve Grand Champion for his hybrid Bermuda The Hay Show is arguably one of Fair Days most overlooked considering that judging takes place during the annual parade and that patrons tend to seek thrills on carnival rides rather than in agricultural To most its just said Charles an 18year veteran of the Texas Cooperative Extension after judging the physical appearance of each of the 41 hay entries the hay competition is one of the Fairs most laborintensive for con according to Hay Show chair man Ronnie New See JESSIE Saddle Bronc riders and the other six Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association events conclude with funny man Leon Coffee right providing the laughs one more Sunday afternoon is strictly Bullriding with 50 riders going for the prize JESSIE Carton Stapper tosses a bale of hay up for Stapper is among those who enter the fair year after in part to get a professional analysis on the quality of their As New Braunfels native Edwin Besch salutes the those riding by take the time to thank the veteran for his service to his coun JESSIE Zeitung Bush in hot pursuit of terrorists BY DAVID ESPO AP Special Correspondent WASHINGTON The United States is in hot pursuit of terrorists behind the 11 President Bush declared Friday as officials said Pentagon special forces had been oper ating inside Democratic calls for expanded jobless benefits gained ground amid fresh signs of a sputtering White House officials said Bush had decided to support an economic stimu lus package with possible tax cuts for people and These speaking on condition of said the president also had decided to back an extension of unemployment benefits for laidoff though far less than the 52 addi tional weeks that con gressional Democrats The military and economic develop ments unfolded as New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani said it could take as as a to clean up the site of the World Trade Seventeen days after the deadliest terrorist attacks ever on American Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta said Reagan National Airport would definitely The just across the Potomac River in Arling sits in the shadow of the Pen tagon the White House and Capitol are seconds away by and authori ties have kept it shut because of secu rity in remarks to Make no mistake about were in hot pursuit of He did little to flesh out his but added that he understood it was very hard to fight a guerrilla war with conventional At another he There may or may not be a conventional compo nent to the war on The Pentagon has begun a redeploy ment of planes and personnel around the globe to prepare for a mili tary but officials have said little to suggest any type of attack is immi One speaking on condition of said the work of and British forces inside Afghanistan was a prelude to potential military The troops have been sent in the past few the official as the United States charts a course to find prime suspect Osama bin Laden and the network of terrorist camps he is believed to White House spokesman Ari Fleis cher said Bush wants to work with Democrats on the issue of help for laid off Hes going to discuss a variety of ideas that many including many leading See BUSH INSIDE Classifieds Comics Crossword Forum Movies Obituaries Sports Key Code 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