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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22 2003 SPECIAL SECTION OUT OF THE BAG The cat is anyway And its in the newspaper Dont miss the 2003 pet yearbook in todays HeraldZeitung Inside SNOWMAN x This weeks feature figurtrtM Lacks is an umbrella Snowman 1 Pidk one up before N6V 1 with coupon Page 3A pages 2 sections www i Mostly i cloudy i High Low Details 16 i DEARABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS 510B COMICS 26 CROSSWORD 2B FORUM 4A BELIGION 46 SPORTS 56A TtfGRfDS 3B In separate fire burning 18wheefer rig clogged 135 for hours By Ron Maloney Staff WriteV A Seguin Avenue family escaped without injury Friday from a heavily damaged the commercial building to which their apartment was attached New Braunfels Fire Marshal Darren Brinkkoeter said the blaze at the former Elviras FlowerLand in the 600 block of Seguin Avenue was part of a busy morning for firefighters Retired fire engineer John Williams first saw the fire just before Williams who returned Friday morning from a trip to Italy said he saw smoke sifting put of the eaves of the shop as he drove by I did a Williams said I saw the smoke on the right side of the building and knew people lived in back I turned around and got the woman and that baby out of there while I was calling 911 Then I just watched the young guys Firefighters from nearby Sta tion 1 got there in two minutes was complicated because fighters were still dealing with that closed northbound Inter state 35 a minor fire at a home on Olympian Drive in southwest New Braunfels and an unfound ed bomb threat at Canyon High School Our initial response was with truck then we pulled all three primary apparatus from the other Brinkkoeter said The City of Seguin Fire Depart ment was placed on standby because of New Braunfels situation Brinkkoeter See FIRES Page 3A DAVID A New Braunfels fireman knocks down flames Friday morning at the former Flower Land located at 635 S Seguin Ave Nobody was injured rules on parking strangling museum By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer iw ments could put trie New Braunfels Muse urn of Art and Music out of business The museum located in has appealed to the city twice this month for help with its offstreet parking CITY COUNCIL Regular meet ing discuss off street packing pm Monday Council Chambers Municipal Building 424 S Castell Ave problem Although the city has not been able to help the museum with its parking woes the city will take a look at the requirements Monday The museum is trying to find a buyer for the former Gruene Mansion Inn See PARKING Page 3A SURHIJIY FRONT and CENTER aiiMitof 5 i n ng ThQ Comai Friday night 95 families mill the arrival of Santa Claus and his fire truck as the downtown Christmas about Main Pfea in this timed exposure Kids and kids at hsft awaited lights were turned pn For a list of Festtage eyepts see Page 3A H 7 r V i Nevy Braunfels residents Elsie and Don Hildebrand clean a dona tion sigh for the Salvation Army Each year awjyt this time the dig out the signs and red coin drives at local They Comal Goiinty gives freely during holidays By Dylan Jimenez in 2Q02 United Way officials try to wrap up Staff Writf r The people Here are very gener their fall campaign before December NewBraunfelsresidjntDonPttde pus Hifdebrand lot of it to dodge the competition said Pong brand nicked uo some nolSSEl coroes frwHowuwnme fjanilies that Harnmerstrom executive director of United Way of Comal County ASSScKvH Armv durine fettle bit shorter at this gampaignishaJftheSajvationArmy annualbudgeUaidJudyBateftpen pingan4thecpmpetiUonbetween ft SSfifSS ftP are whjt we use to phurches and publfe and private pepple the gator Httdefiand said local pea pteaiwayspiovWifoilocajagencies ffORi several iQcaj wuj is The surprising thing is hoyy many man the colteetton ptfe the gvtng is people mpney tq aietF rtig tft mt ketfe Hil4e Wfi aje a MILLER ell
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