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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 19, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page HKKALDZlilTUNU October 2001 Halk back Boys and girls at slumber parties Should hoys and ho included nt a party Penny author of Slumber Parties 25 FunFilled Par Usually mainly because most young girls and boys want to relax at n party and pre fer to be with their own gen If the opposite sex they may not feel as girls like to do girl boys like to do boy so it makes for an easier party if you keep the gen ders If a group would like to have the opposite sex at the invite them for a few then send them home at If you have a question and cannot find the write us at Iblk 707 Landa New TX or email us at news@heraldzeitung.com. we cannot answer every Quiz corner How well do you know your world Sever al people have been exposed to what dis ease that has been linked to bioterror ism Which school is celebrating homecom ing this week Which team won the 274A volleyball championship New Braunfels or Smithson Valley On what clay did the 1998 flood take place Who is the leader of Iraq A new 10mile multi trail is opening this weekend at which nearby state park Mud the answers to todays current events quiz Answers Anthrax New Braunfels Canyon 17 Saddam Hussein Guadalupe River State Park OUTH Contact Managing Editor Margaret Edmonson at 6259144 CISD photo Canyon High robotics team members spent many hours together assembling their Some of the members from Kyle Michael and Matt Teens wired for contest Smithson Valley robotics teams ready to compete BY KARI HUTCHISON Comal ISO ROTARD and RaDIO 1 are ready to take center stage Saturday in Marys beginning at before a cheering crowd of spectators at the SA BEST compe SA BEST is the San Antonio ver sion of the Boosting Science and Technology contest that can lead to the state contest at Texas University in ROTARD Stands for Remotely Operated Transfer and Retrieval and the Canyon High team of students is ready to put it to the RaDIO stands for Rangers are and the team of Smithson Valley High School students has been working nonstop during the past six weeks to build its robot from The public is invited to support the Cougars and the Rangers dur ing the The teams have transformed their respective boxes of random parts into remotecon trolled robots that will travel an overhead retrieve cooling rods from a nuclear reactor that is overheating and transfer them to a cooling The objective is to earn the most CISD photo Smithson Valley High students who are preparing for the SA BEST robotics competition this weekend at Marys University from Tyson Rachel Eric Burton and Kristen points during the In addition to the actual competi the teams have to prepare a thorough notebook of the process they went through during the past six An original Web site had to be Weve learned all about team work and taking each others ideas and seeing which worked said Rachel a senior on the Smithson Valley High Weve made new friends in the process and have put in a great deal of Michael a senior on the Canyon High said the process started rather slowly but it has picked up He said his team members will be ready this Saturday when they try to defend their title from this past year that allowed them to qualify for the state contest in College Book Review Novel tells true story of Holocaust I have always been a stu dent of Along with the language it has always been my favorite subject in and the most interesting and per haps most In sixth when I seriously began to study the I immediately discovered the most singularly powerful book I have ever encoun tered Published first in France in in the twilight of World War Night has been hailed by many as a literary Its Elie won the Nobel Peace Prize in Through his novel of the Wiesel brought brought many readers the real story of the Jewish Wiesel wrote his novel based on his experiences as survivor of the concentra tion camp of Auschwitz and its infamous death Though a short at only 109 its impact is still It is more revealing than The Diary of a Young Girl and cer tainly details life of 1940s He tells the brutal story of his peo ples deportation in cattle cars from their peaceful always even when the delirious were crying of fire in the Eliezers life in the camps lasts until after the war and contains some of the most hauntingly terrifying actions ever performed by It is truly horrible and deeply Though a depressing Night is truth being told and serves as a reminder to us that we must not let out fellow man suffer Jordan Jacks is a New Braunfels Keep your Halloween party hopping with spooky games FeatureSource Need some thing to kickstart your Halloween party Try these slightly always entertaining holiday games from Penny Warners Games People Play Moadowbrook Movie buffs will love Creepy Write down as many quotes as you can from horror For Its alive Heeeeres Johnny The or Out of the water NOW Have guests write down the name of the film and the character 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