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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 8, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas If If OCTOBER f Mfyir AT TV A 1 LIFE HAVE REVIEWS Glenn lead cook at Eden gets rave reviews from the people rely on him to provide their Page 111 SPORTS UNICORNS UP Crosstown rivalry gets real Tuesday night as the Unicorns square off with Canyon and come out Page 6A I Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 281 16 2 sections CLICK sot www Partly cloudy High Low 84 68 Details IB DEAR ABBY 4B CLASSIFIEDS 68B COMICS 3B CROSSWORD 3B FORUM 4A APPLAUSE 56B SPORTS 67A TV GRIDS 4B terminates Davis MARK California Gray Davis and his Sharon to supporters after voting in West By Erica Werner Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES Californians banished Gray Davis just 11 months into his second term and overwhelmingly elected action hero Arnold Schwarzenegger to replace him Tuesday a Hollywood end ing to one of the most extraordi nary political melodramas in the nations Voters traded a career Democra tic politician who became one of the states most despised chief exec utives for a moderate Republican megastar who had never before run for Davis became the first California governor pried from office and only the second nationwide to be the voters did decide its time for some one else to and I accept their Davis said in He pledged to work for a smooth To the victor goes a spoiled Amer ican paradise a state mired in economic trou awash with now governed by a Repub lican chief executive with no political experience and a Democratic legisla Partial returns showed the recall favored by Arnold or Schwarzenegger and opposed by or Other returns had Schwarzeneg ger ahead with votes Democratic Cruz Busta mante with Republican state Tom McClintock with and Green Party candidate Peter Camejo with This is a great day for Califor In response to a common the people of California rose to their duties and ordered a new direction for our McClintock said in Schwarzenegger prevailed despite a flurry of negative publicity in the campaigns final surviving alle gations that he had groped DWI court was false alarm By Ron Maloney Staff Writer v Some suspected drunken drivers late August rush to the courthouse might have beenfor naught because new drunken driving penalties likely will take effect with offenses not convictions that occurred after Rick Perry is expected to signleg felatipnenacting strict new ingpenalties weeks after airun oh courts by accused drunken drivers seeking to resolve their cases before the law took Under the new those convicted of drunken driving are subject to annual fees for three years after convic The annual surcharge runs for convictions with a bloodalcohol count of which is double the legal In District Attorney Dib Waldrips office worked overtime pro cessing drunken driving cases for defen dants who chose to plead no contest or guilty before the law took effect County CourtatLaw Judge Brenda Chapman put on extra court dockets to accommodate accused drunken drivers who wished to resolve their cases before the The typical caseload for DWI cases doubled in August as local officials worked to resolve outstanding said Bobbie who supervises the Coun ty CourtatLaw clerical staff for County Clerk Joy Judge Chapman set aside the Friday before the deadline for DWI she I think we took 30something pleas that day Heavy dockets are not unusual at ty Koepp On cas es were On cases were on the to the courtheard 104 drunk en driving 89 of which See Page 3A FRONTand CENTER DAVID Cub Scout PfpVVaters proudly displays the awards he received during a ceremony Tuesday Scouting illustrates character standards This story is the third in a threepart series examining initiatives designed to help children develop good By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Eduardo smiled from ear to ear when he received his second Webe lo badge in a Boy Scout advancement ceremony Tuesday He received a blue mark and a feather Whoa the crowd of more than 70 Cub Scouts The Boy Scouts are an organization aimed at teaching character and values to like characterbased initia tives in schools and the scouts program influences the lives of thou sands of Like other outofschool programs such as which emphasizes development of hands and scout ing illustrates extracurricular character learning and involves youth and 600 adults in the Comal County The Alamo Area Council of Boy Scouts mission is to prepare young people to make ethical choices over their That mission is accomplished by rein forcing the Scout Oath and Scout Scouts take an oath to help remain moral and perform duties to God and Their values are trust friend obedi See Page 3A Livestock association set to showcase building plans UVEfffOSJi QPfM fMUfll SsepJtfli fer the new 3 is Saturday the Off By Ben Malpney Sjaff Writer 3 The pomal County Junior Livestock tionSatujdjywiunvettto the public pto for the new meeting facility it topes to buill Within Jfje next five Plans include a are na sitd mating taeitfty parking for about 800 vehi cles and pen for student tetQefc The county bought the property earlier this it a county pajrk fid teased half of it to ttw livestock association for b When the from the County In addition to the annual livestock the buiidr ing could be med for other sssoeMon dent David Waldrip Its eertajnjy going to be something the people in fee eQunty utffip and run Wgldrip Its going to to a same association secretary UzMooneysaida drawing of the facility woujid be displayed Satur along with floor Were going to stake out where we hope to put it so people can get a visual on where its going to The public is Meoney Were going te people weVe got try to get them fired Mooney Urry Taylor sgpyiJnB Notional JBoanl far Certification HMRIMQ CARI WITH THi ATTiNTlON A Sttggc PiofsisjsjjRii 1583 Cfeffifflpn Suite 100 Hm
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