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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas OCTOBER RALDZEITUNG FOOTBALL Lake Travis NB 31 2 OT Burnet Canyon 34 4 OT Marion West Campus 6 Blanco Navarro 21 Page 5A I FORUM I COLUMN JTWoodall writes about how mainstream media deliberately plays down I some big Page 4A 284 16 2 sections and Comal County since DEAR ABBY 41 CLICK j 8 20 chance of Rain High Low 81 59 Details1B COMICS 2B FORUM 4A OBITUARIES M SPORTS BA TV GRIDS 41 Childs may receive plea bargain in case By Ron Maloney StaffWriter A plea bargain might be reached that could result in a former police officers wife get ting probation in a killingfor hire Attorney Anthony Cantrell said he would seek 10 years probation for Samantha Kaderli Childs in a pretrial hearing and codefendant Jonathan Gene are charged with criminal conspir acy to commit capital The pair were arrested in March at the conclusion of an undercover investigation by New Braunfels police into an allegation that Benavides was seeking to have his exgirl friend and possibly his son whacked to avoid child support Benavides is slated to go to trial in the wife of fromer police officer Jeffrey allegedly tried to help Bena vides to procure a hit Benavides was a friend of the officer from his school Jeffrey Childs has never been implicated in the Cantrell said his client who had lived with Jeffrey Childs two years and married him just one month prior to her arrest had no prior criminal I think her involvement in this case was very Cantrell Her minute involvement doesnt warrant See Page 2A Joyce promoted to agent position By Ron Maloney StaffWriter When Comal County and the Texas Cooperative Extension Service looked for a replacement for Family and Consumer Sciences agent Pat they found one in the next County Judge Danny Scheel and Dis trict Extension Administrator Cheryl Mapston announced Thursday that Rasors Martha has been promoted into her former employers The appointment is effective whose is a cor poral with the Comal County Sheriffs has worked in the county Exten sion office 14 Since Rasors August Joyce has worked to keep both the offices of PCS assistant and agent She will continue to do so until a replacement is In her she oversaw the coun tys 4H school curriculum enrichment was a member of the Character Education leaders team and planned pro grams in food and budgets and child She is a certified food protection management Joyce also is a former Washington See Page 3A SVHS cars marked with polish at game By Ron Maloney StaffWriter SAN ANTONIO One week after a school bus vandalism incident ballooned into a potential federal court at least three vehicles belonging to Smithson Val ley High School families were marked with shoe polish at a football game Northeast Independent School District spokeswoman Laura Calderon said three private vehicles were fourd Thursday night marked with the letter J by constables who patrolled the parking lot during the SVHSMacArtnur football Toward the end of the the con de so they could talk to the Caldeion said They tato the patents what had and offered to dean off toe ft was just a fading ofc This See Page 3A Celebrating history Fourthgraders attend dedication ceremony of mural in Landa Park Photos by DAVID American Indian Erwin DeLuna waits for his chance to perform in front of the Landa Park Recreation Center mural at dedication ceremonies Friday The painted on the side of the Landa Park Recreation Center depicts the history of Comal George talks to fourth graders from Memorial Intermediate about dinosaurs while standing under a giant dinosaur on the By Scott Mahon StaffWriter More than 500 fourthgrade students participated Friday in the dedication of Clinton Baermanns The Lure of the Springs mural at the Landa Recreation Building in Landa The dedication ceremony was cosponsored by the New Braunfels Historic Art Gallery and the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation The highlight of the cere mony was a tribal dance per formed by Erwin an American Indian whose great grandparents were of theTaos Pueblo and Navajo tribes in New Deluna wore a traditional wardrobe used by American Indians in the Eagle which was a dance of healing and Wayne Historic Art Gallery said the murals painted on the side of the recreation building repre sent the history of the New Braunfels We started eight years ago with the he we dedicated the third mural by Clinton It tells the story of how the springs have affected the his tory of the area throughout the last Parks Director Stacey Laird said the parks staff suggested involving school children in Fridays It was an opportunity to emphasize things theyre studying in she We had four schools from New Braunfels Independent School District and Comal Independent School Five outdoor classes were held for the includ ing a class about American pioneer the Comal Springs and the springs Students rotated from one class to another throughout the Karen a fourth grade teacher at Comal Ele mentary said her stu dents learned firsthand how the Comal Springs affected the history of the The kids have been learn ing about Native American history in she Gino a fourth grade said he learned about ancient I didnt know anything about the Coma Springs or Native American he The exhibits were really cool The first mural was paint ed in 1999 by Baermann and is called The City of a The second mural was painted by Alex and was a tribute to Ferdinand Jacob Rahe He was the father of Texas and also the editor and publisher of the Herald he It celebrat ed his 200th birthday on May Baermanns second or the third mural in the tells the story of how the areas history tied into the The Texas Education Department encourages field trips to learn about Texas his Rahe So this was an opportunity for a hands on learning experience for the The outdoor class on pre historic plantlife and dinosaurs was taught by George Ron Vaugh taught a class on the history of the Comal Helga Parks with the Institute of Texas Cultures taught a class on pioneer Roger Dolley taught a class on the Comal Springs Kerry blames Bush for deficit president says Democrat will raise taxes Ntdre Picktor Associated Press Writer LOUIS In a testy debate rematch John Kerry derided President Bush as the first leader to preside over job kisses in 72 years and said he had trans es into massive deficits with wartime tax cuts for the Bush said Kerry would raise taxes on middleclass Americans to pay for trillion in new spending George B Thats just Cheney Bush The presidents trying to scare every body Kerry The two candidates quarreled aggressively over the war in health abor the John John Edwards cheaper drugs and tort reform at a townhall session 25 days before the Just over 90 they fielded 18 questions from a select audience of uncom mitted Bush said that if Kerry were Saddam Hussein would still be in AT A QUINCE Final presiden tial debate When Wednesday Where On local and cable news channels See Page 2A
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