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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 18, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas American Profile Hollywood comes to LEISURE This Week Advent Vespers Lifestyle Shoppers seek hottest products for C SUNDAY November 2001 48 pages in 5 sections pages in o scctK HERALDZEITUNG 151 5 Serving New Braunfels and Gomal County since 1852 County wants to take reins on outer loop plan BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer Comal County officials will seek the support of the City of New Braunfels to begin planning an out er traffic loop around the north and west ends of the County Judge Danny Scheel and County Engineer Tom Hornseth attended a meeting of the Texas Department of Transportation this past week seeking planning resources for a second arterial belt way around New Braunfels much like Loop 337 but further The 1999 Comprehensive Plan for the City of New Braunfels lists the outer loop as a planning To the idea has been talked but little has Scheel wants to get the planning process rolling before development makes it an the route would be in the county But when it hap it will be in the The city needs to be proactive in joining with us to look to the Scheel There was talk of running Farm toMarket Road 306 east to the air but its all built We cant do that I dont want it to happen on this side of Scheel At our rate of we cant wait 50 years to have this route If we begin to do this we wont have to buy n bunch of houses and We need to plan and then obtain the right of way necessary for an outer loop around New What Scheel sought from TxDOT was million to look at possible See Impact of attacks not felt much in sales tax rebates BY BILL FRISBIE Staff Writer The ripple effects of the 11 terrorist attacks in New York City and Washing ton reached Comal County but not as deeply as they might according to recently released econom ic and labor market This months sales tax allo cation for Braunfels stood at nearly a percent decrease when measured against the same period this past Sales tax rebates are con sidered one of the key indi cators of current and future economic However yeartodate allo cations held Total dis bursements stand at up percent from this time this past This is a clear sign that we are tied to the national economy unless we do things as a community to shore up our local Michael Greater New Braun fels Chamber of Some of the ways we can do that is with projects like the proposed Central Texas Technology the expansion of the civic center or other things we can do to bring more dollars into If we dont do these then we become a victim of what is happening in the national Comal Countys tax rebates reflected the trend in New The countys net payment for November was representing a percent decline from this time this past But yearto date allocations stood at up per cent from the cumulative totals by sales tax collec tions for September totaled down 1 percent from collections during the See Weihnachtsmarkt JESSIE Sarah Shea checks out the new Scherenschnitte designs the Plaza Bandstand and Scherenschnitte and other crafts and merchandise are available at which ends today at the New Braunfels Civic Canyon drops the ball JESSIE after a disappointing loss Saturday afternoon in San Micaeli Smith center and other Cougarettes try to keep their composure as they congratulate the winners of the 4A state Cougarettes congratulate members of the Hereford Lady Whitefaces after the championship match at Strahan Cougarettes end season with 152 loss at state finals BY BRYAN ADAMS Sports Editor The Canyon volleyball teams roller coaster ride this which peaked at the 2001 UIL Class 4A State came to an end Saturday in the state championship game against The Cougarettes 359 came up short of a state but came away from San Marcos Strahan Coliseum as the state run nerup after losing to the Lady Whitefaces Its still a big said senior middle blocker Lindsey Van who was one of two Cougarettes to earn a spot on the UIL Class 4A All Tournament We were part of the Final and our goal at the beginning of the season was to make it to the state This is still a big accomplishment for Of course we want to be at the but it was still a great Canyon senior setter Ashley Bird also was named to the All Tournament I think in the end well look back at this team and realize what n great sen son it Bird The Cougarettes had won 13 matches in n row leading up the state including five playoff See HeraldZeitung launches Cheer Fund FROM STAFF REPORTS sweet vegetables and pie these are just some of the fixings many residents enjoy for their holiday some in New Braunfels and Comal County cannot afford these even at That is why the HeraldZeitung is launching its annual Cheer Fund Drive to provide holiday meals for 200 needy fami lies in our The Community Service Center will help the HeraldZeitung identify the families who most need the food this Readers are encouraged to donate funds to buy the which will be delivered on 15 to residents in the New Braunfels Food baskets will contain pie fill fruit and Volunteers also will be needed to help assemble and deliver the food To contribute to the Cheer drop by the HeraldZeitung at 707 Landa or mail checks to the 707 Landa New TX Donors will be recognized on the front page of the HeraldZeitung during tho Cheer Fund To volunteer on contact Rosie Willingham at 6259144 INSIDE Key Code 77 City talking Turkey in preparation for holiday BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer Members of several churches and civic groups are talking turkey to prepare for a free Thanksgiving Day feast that is open to anybody who would like to join Ramiro Domingo the congregation of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and members of other New Braunfels churches are offering Thanksgiving dinner to any one who wants Ayaiu said the locat ed at 138 Austin will offer the dinner at its church hall between 11 and Thanksgiving is a very meaningful The words gotten and members of several different churches have come to We have one See
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