New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 7, 2001

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 07, 2001

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Issue date: Sunday, October 7, 2001

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas American Profile The story of a long lost HE LEISURE This Week Theatre Company celebrates first Lifestyle Jump start the holidays by crafting C SUNDAY 2001 4N pages in 5 sections NEW 150 283 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 Bush spurns Taliban offer to free aid workers BY SANDRA SOBIERAJ Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON The White House on Saturday rejected Afghanistans offer to free foreign aid workers if the United States stops its planned offensive against the terrorists who masterminded the 11 attacks and the coun Major A tries that shelter Even before Afghanistans ruling Taliban made its President Bush Time is running Directing his weekly radio broad cast to both allies and enemies over Bush emphasized his war against the Taliban and sus pected terrorists sheltered by the Taliban regime has nothing to do with Afghan Were offering help and friend ship to the Afghan It is their Taliban and the terrorists they who have much to the president In response to the Afghanistan White House spokes woman Claire Buchan The president has made clear from the beginning that the Taliban needs to release the aid workers and that it is time for not Asked whether the White House now considers the aid workers spokesman Ari Fleisch er I have nothing further to say other than to refer you to the presidents speech and to the state ment by Claire The eight aid workers in Kabul See Gruene giant of a festival Ely gets Gruene Music Wine Fest off to rousing start BY DALE MARTIN HeraldZeitung Correspondent Proving that he is still the king of Texas the mighty Joe Ely played host to a soldout crowd on Fri day to get the Gruene Music Wine Fest off to a rousing Ely mingled with the posed for photos and sighed autographsfaefoceL jumping onstage to tear through a blistering solo set that had the historic hall shaking to the Ely rules Gruene Hall and has for several decades The early crowd had paid extra for this intimate and no one left disappoint At the end of his solo Joe autographed a guitar that was then auctioned off to the highest The winning bid came from Allen and Jenny Craig for the amount of The Craigs live in Houston but also have a home in Canyon They are huge Ely fans and felt that a signed guitar would look great in their Joe per sonalized the autograph for them and posed for several abouttfieir new Jenny replied with a I had a feel ing Allen was going to bid on the guitar but I didnt think hed go as high as he The doors opened to the public at 9 and Elys band joined him to turn the volume up a Joined by guitar wizard David Gris Ely and band were See CHRIS Don and Karen from Cedar drain their wine glasses before leaving the Gruene Music Wine Fest Saturday afternoon outside The The fest continues today with a catered lunch and more wine tast ing from to at Gruene Hall and music from 3 to 10 also at Gruene CHRIS Bleu Edmonson right performs Saturday afternoon in Gruene Hall during the Gruene Music Wine Report likens oranges BY JONI SIMON Staff Writer An evaluation released this month by the State Board of Education claimed charter schools in the when compared to more traditional have less experienced lower salaries and higher teacher The written by a consortium of research organizations selected in 1996 by the also claimed charter schools perform below state averages on In New Nancy Ney Charter School Superin tendent Carole Lewis said comparing charter schools to traditional schools is a little like comparing apples and She said teachers at Nancy Ney have one to three years of compared to public school teachers who have 15 to 20 years under their Its very difficult for char ter schools to attract a per son with 15 to 20 years expe Lewis Nancy Ney pays its staff more than the average charter school teachers which was listed in the report at How the average teachers according to the was The report also stated teacher turnover rate is high er at charter Lewis said its difficult com paring the We have three If one teacher thats a See October marks fire prevention month BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer As folklore has OLearys cow kicked over the lantern that started the Great Chicago Fire about 130 years Nobody knows for though because there was nothing left to investigate after the fire that started in or near the OLeary A milewide swath of Chica go several miles long was destroyed in the Within an estimated 300 were dead and another And so we never forget and understand the impor Home Fire Safety lips overuse of extension cords or multiple appliances plugged Into one outlet Keep fire extinguishers In the home and A rating ot 56 dry multipurpose extinguisher is Keep all exits clear of all items at all Have a sec ondary escape route from all rooms If you have burglar the bedroom windows should have key access to open them from Inside Dont place space heaters within three teat of any r combustible item If you use a kerosene or natural gas crack a window whenever you use it Carbon monoxide detectors are strongly recommend ed Dont forget to check smoke detector batteries and Dont place candles near curtains and only burn them on a fireproof tance of fire the week of 8 is always Fire Prevention week in the United And October is Fire Pre vention The New Braunfels Fire See INSIDE Key Code 77 Eight Area Two to go in ongoing boundary battle BY BILL FRISBIE Staff Writer It aint over til its When the New Braunibls city council casts its final vote Monday to bring Area Two Hunters Gardens of Hunters Crook and Orion subdivisions into the it will likely put a comma rather than a period on the lengthy and contentious annexation That is because thore are lingering concerns and per haps further litigation cen tering around to what extent the city can direct tho local utility to extend full services into recently annexed Following Mondays annex ation councilman Kobert Kendrick is scheduled to present an agenda item revisiting the section of the city charter that requires council approval for tho construction of public The annexation dispute came to a head during the 13 council meeting when Northwoods Subdivi sion attorney Barry Bishop See ;

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