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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 8, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas f fill FOR ii 78f SPORTS THEY MADE IT to the Canyon harrows Smithson Valley routs Southwest and New Braunfels runs past Lake Page 5A SOUTHUESr HTCROPIRISHBS Ml VAi fl PASO TJ 7990 CQUPQIsi STORAGE Discount Storage is offering a discount on a storage unit with electricity before Page 3A Braunfels and Coma County since 308 14 2 sections CLICK LJI cloudy High Low 62 55 Details1B DEAR ABBY 3B COMICS 2B FORUM 4A APPLAUSE 5B SPORTS 56A TV GRIDS 3B By Ron Maloney Staff Writer A 25yearold Canyon Lake man was convicted Thursday on aggravated assault and kidnapping charges in con nection with a March incident in which he assaulted arid threatened to kill a San Antonio Jason Paul also known as Daniel Thomas was convicted in 207th Judicial District Judge Jack Robisons Robison will sentence Wright on said Assistant District Attorney Ed who prosecuted the case with Assistant District Attorney Ed The conviction is the second in a case involving four suspects who allegedly on March picked up a 20yearold SanjAntonio man they believed had stolen something that belonged to They decided they were going him said sheriffs Detective Wayne who investigated the One of the Eric already has pleaded guilty Jendrzey and awaits The victim was threatened with a handcuffed and thrown in the trunk of a The suspects allegedly told him they would dump his body in Canyon They later released him from the car and he stumbled into a convenience store at Oblate Drive and FM 2673 and called sheriffs Wright has previous convictions for sexual assault in Oklahoma and for pos session of a controlled substance in He faces from two to 20 years in state See Page 3A FRoisrrand CENTER How funky is your Your chicken that By Linda Jacobson Correspondent Doris and Patrick Mol lenhauer have been to Wurstfest every night since it opened last v Although they enjoy the food and what draws them the 1 most is the music 4 polka Years all of your farming and ranching communi ties had a little dance ft and every Saturday night they had a Every one learned how to It was a way of life growing And for that dancing was polka My parents were big polka he It was passed down from generation to gener I was about 9 or 10 when mother a New Braunfels remembers first learning to dance at the old Echo now the Eagles The dance hall is located in what was then known as WOKiStEESt TODAY Gates open at 11 close at 1 Admission is Children 12 and under get in CLICK ON THE WEB Official site Comal near present day learned to polka at the old Boenigs Hall in her hometown of Geronimo in neighboring Guadalupe I dont remember not Doris That was our social Lots of peo ple met their future spouses at a As did the who met at a polka dance some 50 years They have been dancing together ever It wasnt until just over a decade ago that the couple decided to pit their dancing skills against In 1992 they entered their first dance waltz contest in have been winning trophies ever Last the Mollenhauers won first place in a waltz con test in Fredericksburg and won the dancing contest at the Comal County But they were really pleased when they walked away with first place at the inaugural polka contest at the 2001 his the Seven Dutchmen Orches plays for the polka contest each In Kaderli was a driving force behind creating the contest and is now in charge of His history with polka music goes back to the early I was in a polka band at the New Braunfels High and we got to play at Wurstfest See Page 3A Health walk to combat GomaTs diabetes threat By Dylan Jimdnez Staff Writer One in every four Comal County residents has or will develop Residents will have opportunity to raise aware ness of the growing problem by participating in the Afoot For Participants can collect money as Many churches and companies are garnering the entrance fee Organizers anticipate about 300 for this years The idea is ta raise ness of the dangers of Phillips Diabetes adult English as a second afterschool ing md the Thanksgiving feist fit from do not charge people AFOOT FITNESS J9 16 Side Community 2932 South To call 6095030 or visit to come for those said president of the American Diabetes Alamo The event wffl go on rain or Alter the walk will be food group of children who study theater and music at the center wiU provide entertaJnment Diabetes afe th perfect storm blQwmg this country Campos said The populations growing the eld Hjspanjcf and the cbeje are likely develop In Cojnji to mow residents have diabetes or CHEE ORS Cheer Fund jdpnations 1 families in the New Braui donations to GKeer food for disadvantaged Please bring or mail Landa New Partee Family Living Trust Steven Slagte Buck PottSry COSlfllNG SUNDAY State slaps county with roadway fine By Ron Maloney Staff Writer The Texas Commission on Environmental Qua ity has assessed Comal County a fine for building a halfmile sec tion of Ammann Road without filing a water pol lution abatement County Engineer Tom Hornseth said the fine assessed Wednesday was part of an agreement between the county and theTCEQ to setUe an enforce ment issue over the county inad vertently breaking rules designed to protect dtfnjdng A county road crew put new cuk verts in Ajnminn Road where it Torn Hornseth and develop a plan for protecting Hornseth The county was not aware of the requirement for the water pollution abatement plan because it doesnt build Hornseth said just repairs Our activities are typ ically maintenance ities and not Hornseth As part of the the county was required to do engi peering and environmental stud ies and bring its work into com pliance with the We did all the plan was crosses Pleasant VaUey Creek near completed and is on straightened the Hornseth section of The county was not required to The changing of the road align wake any changes in the ment over the Edwards Aquifer Homseth Recharge Zone kjpks in require ments that the county do studies Page 3A Enjoy Wurtt the Bast In New Braunfels 1ST DAS UEBEN SCHON David Chyrtl Mark Randall Morris Red Estate
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