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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 4, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas ut of the ACKPACKA NEW BRAUNFELS ISO New Braunfels High School Region choir auditions Tinte 6 to 5 COMAL ISO Smithson Valley High School Hill Country Invitational Location Begins at time allotted for hours Canyon High School Marching band competition Time Location Fredericksburg NEW BRAUNFELS ISO NBISD Language Arts Vertical Team meetings Time The secondary teachers meet from to elementary teachers meetfrom Location Education Center Board Room Memorial Elementary School PTA board meeting Time t Memorial Intermediate School PTA board meeting Time Noon New Braunfels High School NBHS Student Council meeting time 5 to 7 location Library X New Braunfels High School ESL parents meeting Time Location New Braunfels Public Library You should Free ESL instruction and community resource information selfhelp Childrens activities in childrens area of library October WHATS I NBISD i i r A rS M F A D Committee meets at 8 I I 1 U Tuesday at the Edu cation Center MathVertical Team meetings are Tues day at the Education Center Board Tlie secondary teachers meet from to elementary teachers meet from to Science Vertical Team meetings are Tuesday at he Education Center Board Thesecondary teachers meet from to elementary teachers meet from to New Braunfels High School Channel 19 programming of the New Braunfels Sports Show 7 and 9 Braunfels High School Choir Booster Club Tuesday in the choir Braunfels High School Band Boosters Lamar Primary DIGEST I Sugafladefi funnel cake is a Stable of many community From wire reports L O C A L NEW BRAUNFELS PRANKSTERS TOSS PUMPKINS ONTO VEHICLES ON 135 Sheriffs deputies searched with out success Thursday night for the perpetrators of a pumpkin prank on Interstate Comal County Sheriffs Office Patrol Brent PauUus said dis patch was notified at 8 that someone had dropped a pump kin from the York Creek Road bridge onto a northbound The report said it dented the hood and broke the Paullus No one in the car was and no pumpkin throwers were Jimmie Limmer reported that four vehicles were but no one was Any time you drop anything off of an youre risking someones life down Lim mer This will be handled that way by this As far as Im you might as well be shooting at Sheriffs Capt Ed Whitson said with is the time such pranks commonly Its that time of year when all the ghosts and goblins come out and the treepaperers and win dowsoapers start hounding Whitson But that doesnt mean the cases will not be taken NEW BRAUNFELS WASSAILFEST MUGS ARRIVE EARLY The 2003 Wassailfest mugs are now available at the New Braunfels Main Street office in city hall and at downtown The mugs are early this year because of response in previous Its a very soughtafter v said Jan main street Last the mugs sold out the night of This mugs were The mug features Wassail Willie and a downtown with the Main Plaza Bandstand on the lid in The mugs cost plus tax Several downtown retailers will be selling the Johnson Fur ajuu OGiiaic uu r pof Mart in nearby Brownwood on He said he reached for a pair of shoes in a box on a shelf when the Western diamondback estimated at 1446 inches bit him in die hahd KBWdAM and in Brownwood report ed that Brownwood Regional Medical Center doctors told police Hatchett had not been bit ten by a rattler when they exam ined him 4 C Vorklnk niture Henne Hard Rocks Miller and Miller Insurance Agency and Comal Flower Shop on the Plaza have them The design changes every for thellth annual festival features the bandstand in honor of the bandstand restora tion project which will officially kick off the night of Wassailfest is a winter festival celebrated by sampling wassail from downtown The event is slated for 6 to 9 TEXAS COLLEGE STATION STUDENTS ORGANIZING OFFCAMPUS BONFIRE Texas students who want broughtback to campus have started organizing an offcampus bonfire for a second senior Matthew Maddox said who is part of a group known as Student said the offcampus bonfire will take place about 10 minutes from campus at an undisclosed loca He said the bonfire will be built on private land and insur ance has been secured for the 22 which will take mv place six days before plays its the University of We have to keep it going Maddox Off campus is our only avenue right student groupbegan handing out fliers promoting the offcampus bonfire this Maddox said me bonfire has been redesigned and will resem ble trie shape of a teepee with all logs touching the ground as opposed to the former wedding cake style which collapsed in November killing 12 President Robert Gates has said no decision will be made on returning bonfire to campus until litigation over the 1999 col lapse is Maddox said his group is trying to recruit students to participate in the first cut 11 and tion of the offcampus BROWNWOOD REPORTS MAN NOT BITTEN BY SNAKE IN WALMART Doctors determined that a man who claimed he was bitten by a rattlesnake in a WalMart had hot been two radio sta tions reported Douglas Hatchetty a self employed carpenter and painter who lives in went to Wal NATION WASHINGTON MANY QUESTIONS LOOM OVER NEW SUPREME COURT SESSION The Supreme Court term beginning next week will tackle all the subjects youre not supposed to talk about at parties money and The term also inevitably will bring a return to a topic the jus tices themselves find uncomfort able the possibility one or more will pick this year to The court has maintained the same cast for a remarkable nine years and longest streak in modern retirement speculation builds each r The justices shrug off or refuse to about their and some have com plained privately that there is an almost ghoulish preoccupation with their ages and CORRECTION The crew performing road work pictured on Page IB of Fri days HeraldZeitung was from Entex and not New Braunfels The paper regrets the TEXAS LOTTERY SATURDAY LOTTO Jackgot million WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot 1423263338 42 BB PICK DayT 179 J i CLJCK Lottery numbers available ut www lexuslolteiy coin MATTERS OF PUBLIC RECORD ARRESTS Law enforcement officers in Comal County and New Braunfels charged the following between 2 and 3 Richard San failure to appear expired drivers license expired license plates driving while license Jimmy New motion to revoke pro while Kelly expired license plates violation of promise to Kevin Boston New evading arrest or Richard Canyon parole violation posses sion of between 4 and 200 grams of a controlled penalty group Dane Canyon failure to appear failure to maintain financial responsi Tina driying while Bret Canyon de HVWYJ Jiwijyana to a Austin Canyon Mure to by contact assault by contact possession of drug parapherna lia failure to attend school faj Darrell Canyon injury to a person with intent to cause bodily Arthur Corpus driving while Douglas public Craig assault causing bodily Thomas San speeding 86 mph in a 60 mph zone failure to Bryan Canyon parole Vernon New possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana fail ure to between Delta New possession of less than 2 ounces of Jessica New motion to revoke pro Sondra New motion to revoke pro between and Sarah L New interfering with public Jose San Martin Corpus motion to revoke proba by check between and OLD SILVER Fall Allergy 5tu4y Ronald Canyon driving while intoxicated resisting search or trans port speeding violation ol to apgeat fctexy pubjc 27 criminal HOW TO Heraldzeitung 707 lands TX7813Q 6251224 Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunlels HsraldZeitung USPS 377 707 Landa or Drawee New Cornel Texas 78131 Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels HetaldZeiutng in New us Subscriber who have not received a news paper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 18301 Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties Three 3 months months One 11 year MairdeJiyery outside Comal County in Texas Three months Six 6 rajtuhs Qua yeaf Mail outside 6J niWHlis ORS 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