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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas NOVEMBER 2003 i JT mi k r CRUNCH TIME For the Canyon Caugars nights game against Del Valle is a makeorbreak moment for their playoff Page SA Serving New Braunfels and Coma County since Discount Storage is offering a discount on a IOby10 storage unit electricity before Page 3A 306 12 2 sections CLICK 500 cloudy High Low 57 i DEARABBY SB CLASSiBEDS 446 COMICS 26 j 4B i SPORTS silent on By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer New Braunfels city officials will not disclose the names of two companies they plan to entice here with taxpayer Infrastructure arid Improvement Cor poration directors me citys econom ic development sales tax board met lastmonth to discuss attracting a com pany to bring jobs and taxable buildings to the City Council also met with company The deal is a few months from com pletion and will be announced before the public process City Manager Chuck Pinto said The boardjmeets tonight in closed ses sion to incentives for another See Page 3A Scooter Store probe 2 years j FBI says By Ron Maloney Staff Writer The FBI remained mum Wednesday about if wrongdoing has been uncovered in its investigation of the Scooter Special Agent Rene spokesman for the agencys San Antonio did the probe has been under way for two Scooter Store Exec utive Vice President for Marketing Margaret McGuckin said com pany officials had Doug Harrison CEO Doug Harrison has offered to ineet with butso faphasrit been The investigation of the Scooter Store coincides with an industry wide crackdown See Page 3A FRONT and CENTER leder edge of fashion Wurstfest wardrobe sans knee socks is incomplete Dressed m traditional German Al style apparel for 11 sells his wares at Megan Van and her brother tie has been selling traditional German show off their Wurstfest By Bill Ervin Correspondent Bill a retired Louisiana State Police has attended Wurstfest since 1987 and more than he sports dur ing his weeklong Its getting into the pro Lohr Lohr isnt Men and women wearing costumes that reflect New Braunfels Ger man heritage are a common sight dur The Wurstfest Associations opas and most male members of the oompah bands that perform con stantly during Wurst fest usually are seen clad in lederhosen and other tradition al German attire commonly associat ed with the sausage The women usu ally wear the a dress highlighted with brightly col bred Lederhosen are or made from Leder means and hpsen are German costumes were rare s early to WURSTFEST TODAY Gates open at 6 close at 12 Admission is Children 12 and under get in CLICK ON THI WIB Official site Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce when he came here in has been involved with the cele bration since its inauguration that He served on the planning committee under organizer Ed Grist Everybody thought short pants and suspenders was Purdum starting the first we wore Bermuda Beth Grist made us some We found out lat er ori about leder hosen and started wearing them with white shirts and ties and Tyrolean he The mens Wurst fest costume how includes specially designed While associated with lederhosen proba bly originated in They also can be found in Aus tria and Lederhosen have features that distinguish them from other leather They can include a drop front with either a button or sapper fastening elaborately decorated straps bar in front cuffed legs with l the bottom Who led the See Page 3A Canyon seniors Canyon High leaders Kelsey a jui1 iorf and senior form a night ciyring pJsyPelValle FrisJsy night in district rally V By Dylan Writer Under fte same dark clouds that rained out Canyon High Schooi homecoming pep rally in about 150 seniors st Cougaj Stadium Wednes l4St sgnlors were upset fed even in tears iSTyiarQldtaidjittQnwas can at the Iqstniinute because of heavy The traditional cajidl Student council organizers worried the same mjght happen Wednesday Tne event was pcheduled in September 61 A Vem frrQ VfitisJ I erfencel student eowneJi The small crowd parentsdidntpackthestandslikethehome t pf of ealdtes in the coming but the said they spelling oitt M after the pep were happy sjudf rtf council decided to host the seniors meet at Oie middle of the the event for the home high Its liie a farewell Gregs Automotive and Truck Center if them 1983 679 Seguin 6256824 2003 Custom I
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