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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas OCTOBER LEADING LA Three seniors lead Smithson Valley Rangers volleyball to first place in district Page COUPON HEARING AIDS Heal ing Aid and Audiology offers coupons for hearing aid units and repair Page 6A j Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since CL VoL 280 12 2 sections ICK www DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS Mostly cloudy High Low 84 63 Details1B COMICS CROSSWORD FORUM OBITUARIES SPORTS TV GRIDS 26 20 4A 3A 5A 3B FROISITandCENTER Bands final toast trumpets Right Ernest Norvell pours a sip of brandy for Lorenz The surviving members of the 133rd Field Artillery Regimental Band gath ered in New Braunfels Sunday for their last opening the bottle of brandy that once was reserved for the last two right Lewis Coldeway away tears as those gath ered at the reunion sing Onward Christian 58th By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Lewis Clarence and Lorenz go way They are the last surviving original mem bers of the first 36th Division 28member New Braunfels Municipal Band that enlisted together in Nine of the 16 surviving members of the 133rd FieldArtillery Regimental Band who served in World War their 58th reunion Sunday would be their The band members saw no handto hand combat because they were posted behind the But the group is proud of its contribu They provided music for presentations and rest Music is a tremendous morale Bading When we were not we were a lot of good When the war ended and the men began to be the group decided they would reunite eveiy five Wed been living together like brothers for over two Coldeway It was Uke we grew up in the same house being in that circumstance for that amount of From 1950 to the group met in a members town every five They were joined by survivors of deceased One of the younger members bought a bottle of brandy about 20 years The 100yearold liquor cost a liter and came in a velvetlined box with two gold rimmed The last two men alive were supposed to drink the brandy honorary members of the last mans But its been harder to get everyone People started saying In five years Ill Bading They decided to meet every three then every In they met in where they decided Sundays meeting would be their last Theres alot of sentimentality involved in Coldeway But I realize therefe no point any Theres no tellinghow many of us will be Photos by REBECCA Schools help ensure chivalry s not dead Middle school character educa tion focMses pn peer High school focuses pn lead including like and iUIUHMS Today By Dylan Jirhdne Staff Writer Students in Nicole Haggards thirdgrade class at Bill Brown Ele mentary were searching for exam ples of responsibility in the books theyre Responsibility is the schools acter trgit for Students also have studied tolerance and service this EJejnentary schools employ Ptth grams that encourage character Each school has a dif ferent program that attempts to capture students1 attention with fyn At the end of the Brown students wig he picked for now ttw display tee character They will be knights by the Former educator Lisa Reveley vis its schools in authentic knight regalia talking to students about They are very motivated by being Haggard Schools try to build strong dations of character traits children wiU use in the said Ro alyn New Braunfels Inde pendent School District assistant superintendent for instructional At Comal Elementary teachers and adjtninjstratorg broad cast biat througiiout the Children who display targeted virtues are The re m ewi goad chaiaeter arid e ncsurr ages others to display the same Last months virtue was Administrators recognize children at assemblies at the end of each The child stands up before his or her peers and is We just brag on them and make them feel that mat is the right Principal JamceTubbs Oak Hun Sigh Grade Center also has a reward Students consistently displaying the weekjy character trait receive ticket for a lunphtirne Counsgjpr pjana Cashion WPS to toeprpjorate character traits into real Ufe situations pertinent to middie she saMShe also teach lessens on resppnsibili ty caring Teen mom to remain behind bars By Ron Maloney Staff Writer A 5monthold infant nearly died of injuries alleged ly inflicted by his teenage an investigator testified Judge Charles 22nd Judicial ordered Mandy to remain in the Guadalupe County juvenile detention The ruling came after Comal County Sheriffs detective Tommy Ward described the babys injuries and their possible The baby remains in critical but stable condition in a pediatric intensive care unit at North Central Baptist Hospital in San The babys Salvador R is being held in Comal County Jail on an allegation of injury to a child with intent to cause serious bodily The charge is a firstdegree felony punishable by five to 99 years in state prison and a fine of up to Leons bail is Ward testified Monday that officials at North Cen tral Baptist Hospital in San Antonio contacted law enforcement officers last Tuesday after the baby was transferred from McKenna Memorial Under questioning by Assistant District Attorney Von Ward said the infant had undergone exten sive abdominal The doctor told me his intestine had separated from the and portions of his intestine had died to lack of blood to the Ward Doctors told Ward the infant would experience complications for years and possibly for the rest of his In questioning the Ward said he learned See Page 3A Casteel announces bid for reelection Special to the HeraldZeitung District 73 State Carter Cas RNew announced Monday she will seek a second twoyear term in former eightyear Comal County will launch her cam paign at a Gruene Hall fundraiser from 6 to 10 per are avail able at Any time you can be considered a I think thats one of the highest callings you can Cas teel said I believe the position I have is one of being a public Id be pleased to go back and serve again if the public will have Casteels district includes Ban Gillespie and Kendall Casteels colleagues elected her the 2003 Outstanding Republican She practices law in New Braunfels with her Barren Carter Casteel ATA GLANCE The filing period for the 2004 elec tion cycle is to The primary election will be conducted March The general elec tion will be Gregs Automotive iir them 011 1983 679 Seguin 6256824 2003 Custom
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