New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 13, 2003

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 13, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 13, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas DECEMBER 2003 UP FOR TWO New Braunfeis Unicorns and Canyon Cougars boys teams coast to the firstjound of the River City Page 5A and Comai ITS A TOSSUP Socalled deanomics experts ban prognosticate all they want about the but their is as good as Page 4A 14 2 sections CLICK i 1 i DEARABBY 38 COMICS 28 CROSSWORD 28 FORUM High Low 6O 30 Details 1B 4A I RELIGION 4B I SPORTS 56A i TV GRIDS 3B FRONT and CENTER New Braunfels Christmas activities abound By Scott Mahon Staff Writer The holiday New Braunfels offers1 everything from Christmas tours to a vis it with Santa and thie weekend is full of things If youre a patron of the citys historical or even if youre just youll want to take advantage of the annu al Candlelight Tour at the Sophienburg 401 This years sponsored by the Historic Museum Asso will be today from 5 to 8 at citys three historical museums Her itage the Sophienburg Museum and Conservation rated in a different Christmas and visitors will be able to sample German including appetizers and a main Admission is foradults and is good for admission to all three Children under 18 are free if accompa nied by an adult Conservation Plaza is locat ed at 1300 Church Hill and is operated bythe New Braun fels Conservation Heritage home of the Museum OfTexas Hand made is located at 1370 Church Hill and is operated by the Heritage Vil lage Society of For the Santa Qaus will be at the North Pole Village at v The 7th annual North Pole Village opened Thursday and will operate through Sponsored bythe Comrnu 7 W REBECCA Sugar and spice and everything nice for Ken who on his cheek at the North Pole Village near Canyon Lake festivities through V f J DAVID REBECCA David a volunteer for the New Braunfels Police Departments Blue HeraldZejtung employee Chris Mingo Santa moves gifts wrapped for delivery to needy prepares Cheer Fund food Center on Canypn Winter wonderland also includes a post office where children can write letters to Santa a bakery where children can make a petting agjft market and sleigh The Village Will be open from 7 to 10 Admission is For call 83Q The annual Cheer sponsored by the Herald Zeituhg and donors in con junction with the ty Service delivering toys and packages of food staples today tp New families need ing assistance thisholiday More than 200 families in will receive Cheer Fund pack ages containing food items such as canned peanut Christ mas candy and canned veg Kids will have a chance to make their own gingerbread house and cookies today dur ing the Great Gingerbread which will be from 9 to noon at McKenna Cost is for members one parent and one child and for For qall For those needing to get some the llth annu al Jingle Bell 5K run will take at Landa race will begin at 9 and children will race at More than 400 runners are Registration will be at 8 am green Santas ready for their magic By Dylan Jimdnez Staff Writer law enforcement officers are spread ing holiday cheer with two giftgiving The community can help support Johnny Carinos Country Italian Bestaurant will percent of its sales Thursday to the Blue Santa program sponsored by the New Braunfels Police Ray manager at and NBPD invite the community to help Page 3A Markets but 2004 not sewn up By Hope Yen AP Business Writer NEW YORK As stocks reach levels unseen in nearly two experts are suggesting that investors consider dump ing highflyers such as tech and smallcap Thats because when economic growth slows in the likely sector leaders in the new bull market may well be stodgi er investments such as large cap and dividendpaying If you waited for Dow as an all clear to put money back in the thats a bad trading Robert portfolio manager of Northern Trust Select Equity Fund in He noted that the top sector gainers this year will likely see tepid gains in Now theyre Streed Whether its a simple valuation call or too many aggressive projections out there in terms of what the business can theres a high likelihood of fundamental The Dow Jones industrials crossed the barrier this past powered by a batch of strong economic data and Fed eral Reserve comments suggesting higher interestrates werent coming anytime sooa It was a stunning recovery from a five year low of reached on a date that turned out to mark the end of a grueling threeyear bear mar as investors bet on an economic rebound once the war in Iraq winded The last time the Dow closed above was May So the big winner in 2003 has been with the Nasdaq composite index staging a remarkable 74 percent advance since the October 2002 Other gainers were sectors whose earn ings is closely tied to the strength of the See Page 3A F0ur4egged Rico remembered Retired New Braunfels police dog but his memory lives on for his family BY SpQtt Mabon Staff Writer there is a photo of Rico on every Imported from he was wthJUU and Nancy and with the trained by Spenser 24 Spences and year yetemn of the dogs whm we seated program tag er fff 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