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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas SPORTS CANYON WINS Canyon Cougarettes top Lake Travis in four sets for a key dis trict bringing district record to Pttge 5A ALL FOR ADC 780 Hill SOUTHUEST HKROFUDIISHERS 2627 E YAHDfll OR EL fASO TX 7990 COUPON SADDLE UP Double Spear Training and Bdafdifig is offering hofseback riding lessons as a fair 6A Seeying New Comal County since 269 14 2 sections CLJIC 5O6 j DEAR ABBY 48 COMICS 38 01 I i a cloudy 1 FORUM I High Low i AWwtfSE Vfe 88 68 SPORTS 1 Details 1B FAIR 2003 Fair set for Fri ime fair leader Reininger is marshal By Dylan Jim6nez Staff Writer Roger Reininger didnt get to watch the Comal County Fair parade during the more than 30 years he served in the fair he and his will ride in a Mustang convertible as parade mar The parade went but I was over he said Tues pointing to the Comal County Fair Grounds picnic area where the old fair office used to Roger started working in the office in counting the money and making sure the carnival booths had pres ident and as a He served about 30 years before becoming a senior and taking a less active After getting out of the administrative he has able to attend the Reiningers sacrifices for others earned him the honor of parade marshal this We like to choose someone who has benefited the com munity and the fair associa tion for many said Sue parade Without previous genera the fair would not be what it is Bush The Reiningers will be ambassadors of the which is the kickoff event for the fair They said they were sur prised and honored by the Roger and Gladys grew up here and attended New See Page 3A give fair warning Crimeprevention precaution urged By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Local law enforcement officialssay criminals dont take time off for the coun ty fair and remind residents to practice commonsense crime New Braunfels police Detective Lt Mike Rust said said if going to the be sure to lock the and dont leave any valu ables inside or in the Certainly dont leave any valuables in Roger and Gladys Reininger stand in front of the Comal County Fair The Reiningers will be the grand mar DAVID shal of Fridays Roger began working in the fair office in 1952 and went 30 years without seeing a Special traffic rules in effect Ron Staff Writer New Braunfels police John Worn mack wants to remind everyone of the parking restrictions in effect Friday morning before and during the fair Believe it or theres a city ordi nance for the fair Wommack said We have no parking on San Antonio Street from the railroad tracks at Hill Avenue to Comal Avenue from 6 to SanAntonio Street closed to all but parade traffic at 9 along the entire length of the parade The bike and pet parade begins at and the fair parade begins at Wommack The parade ordinance was passed some years ago to ease passage of the Wommack We can but we try not Wom mack If a vehicles left in well try to locate the owner and get it moved without having to tow See Page 3A COUNTY FAIR 2003 Admission Today Thursday Free Free Parking At the Free parking and shuttle available at Schlitterbahns Surfenburg on Union Friday and Saturday only Rodeo Events Thursday through Saturday 8 Advance At the gate Comal CorraHJancea Children 11 and under free Wednesday Comal Corra Schedule Today Night in Old New Braunfels Tanzen Dance warmup contest 8 march Cloverleaf Orchestra 7 to 11 Free Carnival to 12 Thursday to 12 FAIR SAFETY Comal County District Attorney Dib Waldrip advises that business own ers watch for possible coun terfeit cash and require identifi cation for those who pay with checks or credit plain Even though you think your trunk is it isnt Leave it Rust At nothing protects a residence while its occupants are away like a good even nosy Rust Rely upon your If you communicate and tell your neighbor where youre going to be and how long youre going to be they can kind of keep an eye on Rust If they see something out of the tell them to call the Comal County Sheriffs Crime Preven tion Officer Tim Kolbe said anyone going to the fair should take care to be aware of their When you look to see if anyone is watching you to observe where you put Kolbe While in Kolbe fairgoers should be discreet with Dont flash large amounts of cash in public because theres always someone he Dont carry purses or billfolds where they can be ripped away from Lost parents are a common problem at the Kolbe Its just like in the Parents should always exert some sort of control over their Kolbe A good sug gestion would be to have your children check in with you Make sure you know where they and make sure they know where you Bulverde appoints interim manager By Ron Maloney Staff Writer City of Bulverde has named anexperienced administrator and former sevenyear White House staffer interim city years after hiring her to be city Mayor Bill Cole announced Monday that Phyllis Petersen has been named interim city Petersen has been Bulverdes city sec retary since She is a retired Army noncom missioned officer in her last posi worked in the White House on the staff of the National Security Petersen assumes the top appointed position in Bulverde on an interim She and the city will reevaluate early in See RULViRDf Page 3A UPDATES Tracking the news ORGANIZED CRIME TRIALS LAST WE KNEW Trial for organized crime charges on Rodolfo and Sandra Gomez was set for LATEST Prosecutor Joe Soane III said the trial has been NEXT Soane said a new trial date would be set in coming Haas seek NBISD board Seat 1 By Dylan Jim6nez Staff Writer Businessman Paul Burton Fisher will run for the District 1 seat on the New Braunfels Inde pendent School District Board of Fisher works in insurance and has worked in the business world for 20 especially in From a business thats going to be where my strengths Fisher Fisher has perspective from all levels of schools in his dis he Fishers wife is a coach and English teacher at New Braunfels High where one of his Shane is a He has three children who attend NBISD schools and a daughter who graduated from high school Ive been in the district for 14 and Ive See FISHIR Page 3A Paul Fisher By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Krista Haas will run for the New Braunfels Inde pendent School District Board of Trustees Dis trict 1 seat currently held by her John I decided to run because come time of the he will no longer be in the she Its my way of giving back to the community and school Krista completed a degree in child development from South west Texas in December She is a reimbursement spe cialist at McKenna Memorial Krista KrlSta Krista has interned at Memorial Elementary and worked briefly as a substitute She has followed board and district actions since when she was a senior at New Braun fels High she See HAAS Page 3A Always always working for you Now Offering NEXTEL Wireless
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