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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 2, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas THE SUNDAY NOVEMBER PAID TO TALK New native Erica Fye packs Her education and faiity ships them to Austinand puts them on the radio She wanted to be a DJ Page 1C SPORTS FRESH TRACKS 0anyon Smithson Valley and New Braunfels cross country j teams claim district victories Saturday advancing to regional j competition Page IB j Serving New Vol 152 No 303 34 pages 4 sections ICK j 1852 wwvr DEAR ABBY CLASSIFIEDS COMICS cloudy High Low 82 67 Details3B FORUM WEDDINGS SPORTS TV GRIDS It 1D 8C 6C 4A 3c 1B FRONT and CENTER BSD tax TAT J 1 UIA Wnrct Ctrl aaa says trustees Families flock to Comal River sausage meeca By Dylan Jimenez V Staff Writer Pleasant weather enticed several hun dred visitors to Wurstfest Saturday for the first full day of New Braunfels1 Geir clear and so was the Gtfmal JUveras San Antdnlans ariil Aus tinites joinedlocal and county resi dents on the grassy hills in Landa Park Everyone had a cup of cold bever age or a snack on a stick Many had both And thats how it will be for the next 10 days Herb Skoog Wurstfest past president anticipates a good run this year Last years Wurst fest drew thousands WURSTFEST Gates open at 11 am and close at 11 MONDAY Gates open at 5 and close at 11 is Children 12 and under get in free CLICK OH TNI Official site of visitors from48 states and eight countries Friday he said was a good start Wehadagpod night last Skppg said Pf the Friday opening night to cprnpete with Halloween and the New Braunfels and Canypn High Schools Wurst Bowl game at Unicpm Stadium i The Saturdays are usually the biggest he said I The crowd Saturday was a kaleidoscppe pf people from every wajfc pf life on ballot Tuesday By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Voters will cast ballots Tuesday for the New Braunfels Independent School Dis trict board and ComalCounty Emer gency Services District No 3 fire protec tion sales tax elections One hundred NBISD voters cast ballots last day of early voting in the trustee election Avery penteon 2 dances in her stroller while ing Jfiusage on a fprk pf her gramh See FAMILY Page SA mother music in Qrosse Zelt Trie 9ig i Photos by DAVJO Tent at Saturday afternoon Above left Christian Mesa 5 maneuvers around the stick to eat a sausage link while listening to German music The 720 NBISD residents who cast ballots early repre sent about per cent of the districts registered voters Krista Haas and Paul Fisher are run ning for the District 1 board seat Twoat large positions also will be chosen Ed Clark Randy Rust and incumbent Deborah Kempert are vying for the two posts Haas completed a degree in child development in 2002 and is a 1997 graduate of New Braunfels High School She will be running to replace and continue the accomplishments of her father John Haas who is the current District 1 board member Fisher has worked mostly in sales for the past 20 years He came to New Braun fels in 1989 He has gained a valuable perspective of all levels of education in New Braunfels from his children Polls open from 7 to 7 Tuesday NBISD Polls District 1 Lope Star Elementary 2343 M San Antonio St District 2 Life Christian Center 2240 FM 725 District 3 Seele Elementary 540 Howard St District 4 Lamar Primary 240 N Central District 5 OakRun Sixth Grade Center 415 Timber Hojlow ESD 3 Polls Canyon Lake area voting precincts 103 104 402 403 404 vote at Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department Central Fire Station 1425 Sattlerjtoad Startzvillearea voting precincts 105 106 vote at the fire station at 160 Oblate Startzville and wife who is an New Braunfels High School English teacher he said Clark has owned Computers since 1991 and lived in New Braunfels for 20 years He said his experience with budg ets will help the district See ELECTION Page 5A ELECTION Share with the Cheer Fund and it wiU share with others From Staff Reports aj Gtitim Fwip effort tQ brtng food to families far the Christmas holiday and its readers join in an effort that cujmimtes when volunteers wili 4eliver has kmspffoo4 to 200 families Upns from HeraldZeitung readers and empipyees and its emplpyee and reader vpl unteers whp deliver this food tp the said Dpug Tpney editPF and publisher fpod will be delivered youd prefer tp remain anony rnpus Willingham said The newspaper also vides a receipt for anypne whp needs pne fpr taxpurppses Dpnatipns tp the fund win be accepted thrpugh Pec j All ftmds will be used tP purr being Anyone who can help acceptedbegtanjrigMpndjy deliver bssfcets pec ja can You can corng by here tp resell Willingfcim at djansp TJie Cprnmiwity Service newspaper unless whp will be helped We start gathering up names frpm people who cpuld really use some Christ mas said director Suzie Garcia ppr whatever reason were seeing a greater amount pf pepple asking fpr Gar cia said There seem to be mpre illnesses The Cheer Fund drive has been SP suc cessM in the past at rnaJong extra special fpr HELP TNI CHEER FUND by the HeraldZeitung office at 707 Landa St between 8 and 5 Monday through Friday a check tp the Cheer Fund New Braunfels Hemldejtung 707 lands Nsw Braunfels 78130 New Jeep Used Cars Trucks Uoklnthe Fri for our Soacials
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