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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 27, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                T T SATURDAY DECEMBER 2003 ff SPORTS MVPS Winning starts in the trenches Canyon High offen sive tine opened up Cougars Page SA Shoppers hit stores for deals BE 780 By Ron Maloney 5 Staff Writer k I Frankie Austin of Grand came to New Braunfels Friday but not to see her whom she brought with her from Ker Were here for the outlet Austin looking in the Kitchen Collection for Corning Were just kind of looking so I can get one more thing and get my daugh terinlaw Long lines and full parking lots were evident around New Braunfels Friday as shoppers like Austin on Christmas vaca tions took advantage of post season Chester and Jarrie Freeman of Marion were out using up gift cards theyd a Kitchen Collec card she got from her mbtherinlaw she used to buy a toaster They were If theres anything left she On Christmas Wai greens was very Man ager Brian Finlay reported a very good day as we were absolutely Finlay Were pretty busy This everyone was corning in bright and early for the afterChristmas Finlay reported a few You always see some returns after Someone gets thewrong gift or gets two of bring them Well take care of Finlay Across 35 at Tar Executive Team Leader Ray Hernandez reported a very busy Were doing he Guests are coming Were getting the regular traf fic we but weve Kitchen Collection Assisfarit Manager Jennifer Schwardose said the store had been People are buying random All of our Christmas items we have on sale for 50 percent Theyll make real ly good stocking stuffers next she who Will be off hopes to do her own postseason shopping amount of unexpected iri the clothing department We didnt expect Target prepared for big Hernandez but wasnt seeing them We expect to see quite a few more over the weekend and following he Another surprise has been use of gift Hernandez See Page 3A DAVID Customer service team members Marianne Maggie Martins and Jessica Sdwards work a steady stream of customers returning or exchanging Christmas gifts at Target I COUPON I FREE MONEY I Stop by Country Place Homes with this and they will pay you Page 6A Naw Braunfels and Comal County since NO 14 2 sections CLICK I I YWVW7 j plMostiy 3B Mostiy cloudy High Low 71 Details 51 1B DEARABBY CLASSIFIEDS COMICS 26 CROSSWORD 26 FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 56A TVjClRIDS 3B FRONTand CENTER Photos by DAVID Passengers waiting to board their flights stack up in long lines waiting to pass through metal detectors after having their tickets checked the y No major delays reported at airport By Ron Maloney Staff Writer SAN ANTONIO An international airport spokes woman said Friday a height ened Orange or high ter rorism alert over the holidays had not appreciably slowed passenger service No delays or complica tions were reported to me as a result of San Anto nio airport spokeswoman Lara Uselding Weve maintained a higher level of security ever since and are already enforcing so many security measures that most passengers have been through this more than once Useldirig said the flying public had been warned pri or to the holiday travel season to allow two hours for possi ble longer lines at checkin and security but the only noticeable added rity measures were parking restrictions and a new check Sujtcases start to stack up as Transportation Security Administration employee Tommy Scott loads luggage onto a conveyor belt to be scanned before being loaded aboard aircraft at the San Antonio International Airport in system implemented before The parking restrictions involve a 300foot perimeter rule around terminal build which meant the airport had to rope off shortand longterm parking in areas adjacent to the Passengers already restrict ed from bringing wrapped gifts or packages onto planes everything is subject to search are now learning Artist makes church a visual experience iy Scott Mahpn Sjaff Writer There was a brief with a rpfk and rplj bajrjd at age but eventually Terry with art Jed him New AsaboygrowyigupinFJori he had mostly done freelance Ajong the the old did artwork for ESPNahe NFL and Cpca did some floral designs fee Disney on fee he but i made a point to lernem Then Fehlauer moved to New where he became pastor at the Tree of hours drawing His parents encoded his talent I never went to 3ft ewept for abrief 1ye mastly taught 8ttt company Then one day he met Mike Fehlauer jn wife and werf ducting marriage cpnfer and wi MWhjjj I cjme hem I want ed to do something more visual m the he I remjrrjbergdftrry and J sailed Wm aiid asked tf hed fly out and do some work for At Knighton painted classrooms for the guess 1 flew to NJPW dffi some freelance work for Pastor bt ftrJ1iBn Mjke arid I started braiji stprraipgabouithowtornake about a new security pro gram started this winter by the Transportation Security Administration called We want to make sure that you take all metal including cell and put them into your carryon That helps you get in Out means take your laptop out of its case so it can be Uselding Off is they dont want coats on when you come This helps passengers get through Christmas Eve and the fol lowing Sunday are the busiest holiday travel Uselding Our airlines operated at 90 percent capacity Wednes day and expect to be Sun were a little slow er because our regular busi ness travel isnt happening with the Uselding See AIRPORT Page 3A With brush in Terry Knighton of Tree of Life Church leaves no detail undone He painted a mural depicting the movie Its a YVondejrful Ufe and plans to change the scene every six   

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