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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 23, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Sports Local football hero returns for Alamo B J if LEISURE This Week Holiday OV gah NEW BRAUNFELS Lifestyle New Braunfels lights up for C SUNDAY December 2001 PaRcs Actions HERALDZEITUNG 151 34 Serving New Braunfels and Gomal County since 1852 Bail set at for teenager jailed on gun charges FROM STAFF REPORTS A 19yearold New Braunfels man is being held in Comal Coun ty Jail on drug charges in the wake of a chase Friday Justin Myatt is jailed on charges that allege he had four pounds of half an ounce of an illegal magnum handgun and that he attempted to evade His bail is Comal County Sheriffs detective Tommy Ward reported in a news release that New Braunfels police went to Myatts residence in the 700 block of Merriweather Street at The officers were to arrest him on Hays County felony warrants for failure to appear in court and motion to revoke probation on an original charge of possession of mar He also was wanted on a Comal County CourtatLaw warrant for second offense of driving while a class A The officers knocked several got no Ward and one of them went around to the back of the home and saw its back door open and Myatt run ning east toward the back parking lot of a nearby shopping Police captured Myatt at the shopping Ward New Braunfels police believed there were drugs in the so investigators of the Comal Coun ty Metropolitan Narcotics Task Force were Officers obtained a search war and sheriffs deputies and See 4 All I want for Christmas The HeraldZeitung asked local officials what the best gift would Here are some of their repsonses wish Long after they win the Hol iday to be declared national Stoney Williams New Braunfels mayor Id like for child to wake up safe and warm and to have very special ries of Brenda Chapman County Courtatlaw judge Eight points in Larry Hill Smithson Valley High School athletic director like to get the EDA final approval on our Central Texas Technology Michael Meek Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Im already getting my which is to see my son and spend time with my fam Mike Fitsko New Braunfels High School principal Peace on Moe Schwab 4 Comal County commissioner Plea for holiday mercy JESSIE The sun streaming in her bedroom window might soon be the only source of light for Linda who says she depends on this breathing aperatus to keep her sleep apnea at Without the machine will not I like waking up in the the woman Unable to pay woman faces losing her electricity BY ERIKA DURHAM Staff Writer A New Braunfels woman is pleading with the utility company for some holiday Linda Vallejo said her electricity would be cut off the day after Christmas if she does not pay the who lives on a fixed income and suffers from several said she does not have the money and has tried I know it may not make a big but its she Do they have to cut the lights off Vallejo said her physical illnesses have prevented her from working a regu lar I have high blood thyroid problems and something wrong with my she I need electrici ty to run a machine that helps me Vallejo said she lives off of less than per My rent takes up and are in food she The remainder of the money must be spent on her items for her 15yearold and she Gretchen Rouwer of New Braunfels Utilities said cutting off services is always a last Reuwer said customers are referred to the Community Council of See INSIDE Key Code 76 Cheerleaders something to yell about CHRIS Former New Braunfels High School cheerleaders Devanee Eberhard left and Erica Fey are part of a competitive cheerteading squad at Texas University in College Former Unicorns join controversial cheer squad BY JENNIFER MCMICHAEL Staff Writer When they graduated from New Braunfels High two students thought their cheerleading days were Devanee a freshman at Texas University at College was elated when she learned that despite the Aggie tradition of all male yell she would have a chance to Erica another student from New is also a member of the Shnnnun senior journalism started the competitive cheerlead ing squad to compete at the collegiate The group begun meeting in Not long after the university began to receive letters from students and We were called the Fightin Texas Aggie Competition Cheer Eberhard Then they started getting letters against The Eberhard is that many people felt the cheerleading squad was a throat to the tradi tional Texas Aggie Yell They university offi cials hud to fix the problem See
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