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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 23, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas a 1 SUNDAY NOvll 2003 rf Lacks isan umbrdla Pick oticTijfr before 26 for with Page 4B SPORTS DEFEATED t Smithson Valley Ranged fall out of the playoffs in a 1310 loss to Page IB emu uamai County since 1852 cloudy j FORUM 4A High Low i WEDDINGS 36 SPORTS IB for cash By Ron Maloney Staff Writer j of road con struction in Texas will include a variety of ninding scenar and Comal feel ing its traffic growing is beginnings explore the new t In an annual TxDOT meet to discuss transportation County Judge Danny Scheel longheld frustration at me lack there of for highway In Court transpqrta v recent i legislation i road Danny Scheel Curing the1 workshop comments of the Commissioner Jack Dawsbn said recent leg islation authorizing counties to establish a commission called a Regional Mobility Authority that could levy to pay for road projects would probably be adopted on a widespread basis particu larly in counties like this close to growing metropoli tan Road projects currently are paid for by gasoline Each gallon of gas is taxed 38 cents for the state and 20 cents forTthe federal Moire than 80 percent of whatTexans pay in federal gas taxes comes back to this state in federal high uway But state tax is do a Some of them such the grant fund that helped restore the Bridge or the money used to seed wttdJkw along Tgxas m jf at connected See 5A FRONT and CENTER Everything from clothes to hocest ay morning while shopping at orations is available again today at the civic Weihnaditsmarkt decks civic centers halls By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Christmas music wafted through tne ajr Saturday at the New Braw fejs Civic Cenjer as the hojjday sea1 Wettwaehts the annual German christ rnas There were Ihere were ornaments and deco pffered everything from to soup mixes to jalapeno pepper MAKE A LIST Weihnachtsmarkt continues from 11 to 5 There as mer chants an4 vendors every liku to some thing for Hobows Boutique of Bracken a shop that sells womens cloth Braunfels Civic Admission is Santa will be tak ing photos with such as Men from women are from a takeoff of theprirneron ferences sex and another that speaks to the married con dition hug squeeze pretend Im the remote But the fastestselling Bette a class in creating Christmas Mie served tortilla the Janies Table boothj and accessories and might item said Hpbows coTOwner have had some of the most ofibeat were offerings among the holiday orha Weve had This been ments and shirts with slogans See Rage 5A Leader Chapa dies in hospital friends mourn one of a kind servant By Ron Maloney Staff Writer New Braunfels lost an icon Ramon Chapa public servant and died at Methodist Hospital surrounded by chairman of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and owner of Chapa succumbed to leukemia at age 70 Zoeller Funeral An obituary with service information will run in the Tuesday edition of the Herald This community has been great in its support to my dad and to our son Ramon Chapa said We express our gratitude to Ramon Chapa We re going to miss but he was and we were suffering for Hes in a better Maybe he can continue to help us from up If anyone it would be Ramon People who remembered him Saturday spoke of his determina and dedication and to the con nections he cultivated over a Mayor Adam Cork expressed sorrow at Chapas I think to sum up everyone loves Ramon loved this and the city loved him Cork The mark hes left on all of us will last If theres one thing he taught everyone he that was to serve your commu nity with love and County Judge Danny Scheel said he learned a lot about respect from Ramon Chapa Everyone in this county knew this Ramon was a mentor when I was in high school and he was a reserve Scheel When I was a everyone See CHAPA Page 5A TUESDAY Cheer fund on a but drivers needed to buy all the baskets m AI ftmds wt be used tg puj chase can come by here tp Each the Herald oopatg or fa Mtmg and its readers join Wspintjis names of jn an ejfort flat W newspaper unjegs when volunteers deliver fop4 im saicj contributions are ino fan hut mure are 11 mi ijy uvit JMJB y imm iaarrantoH thiminV rtan 10 wv Km mujiUiusD toj enough moaey through they can help deliver or four thats Willingham The more people we have the sooner the work will get To donate to the Cheer stop by the Herald Zetajng Pffieje at 707 mail a te the Cheer New Braunfels 70 Landa CHEER FUND DONORS 1C Christian and Uure Jensen Richard Buhl Gregs Autornotive Ws repair them all 1983 2003 Custom
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