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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas                                OCTOBER ZEITUNG VOLLIYBALL Canyon volleyballers to face SA Alamo Heights in bidis trict Page 7A COUPON TICKIT Wurstfest is offering a free ticket with the purchase of a paid admission to the Page 3A New Braunfels and Comal County since NO 14 2 sections CLICK I 5O0 artly cloudy High Low 86 69 Details1B DEARABBY 41 CLASSIFIEDS COMICS It DeWalt case still open 2 years later By Ron Maloney Staff Writer New Braunfels Police Depart ment Crime Analyst Libby Rine hart has photos of her son whom she nearly lost last year in HALLOWEEN ACTIVmES Peter and Paul Fall Carnival 4 to 8 Caramel games and a haunt ed house Oakwood Baptist 5 to 8 Free candy and First United Methodist Church 3 to 5 Trunk orTreating in the parking lot for preschoolers through ele mentaryage First Baptist Church 5to 7 Bring a canned good item to donate to the food but do not wear scary cos tumes New Braunfels Marketplace Time 4 to 6 Sunday New Braunfels High School Time 6 to 8 Free games and trickor but guests are encouraged to bring a gen tly used childrens book or canned food item for the SOS Food Admission to the Drama Clubs Haunted recom mended for children between 5and 10years is Garden Ridge Mayor Jay Feibelman said last years smashhit Haunted Hayride sponsored by the public works and police departments would be con ducted each year on the last Saturday in October at the Community Center on FM It doesnt cost any Feibelman We have a Halloween party with free soft candy and hot dogs Feibelman said there would be two tractors making hay ride he has been extended out into the Theyve even got a crashed airplane hang ing out there in the Feibelman Hours are 6 to 11 Canyon Lake Each Canyon Lake businesses in Sattler offer candy to trick All the busi nesses will be open and theyll be distributing candy to kids between 5 and 8 Sunday an official with the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce Bulverde The HErB shop ping Center nearTexas 46 281 will conduct trickortreating Friday from 5 to 7 according to Bulverde Police Lt Donna Chief Royce Goodson and I will be at the shopping center to meet the children OConnor Goodson and OConnor will be at the First Baptist Church located at 281 and Casey for the annual fall which runs from 4 to 6 Well have extra police officers on during the dark hours Saturday and Sunday for safety and to address OConnor ScnertzJames Sohflrtz Public Information said his crty wiU con duct trick or treat wsll con duct Truiu orTreaf at the Schartz Community Canter parting lot from 6 to 8pm Schartz FiretMS police department and area churches and businesses wtf be handing out candy from their car trunks Schindler a car accident on the wall behind her Beside them are photos and an age enhanced artists ren dering of a boy shes never but hopes to one If she itll only be because she and New Braunfels police detectives look for him every Its been two years since Jere my now was taken by his Suzanne rather than turn him over to her exhusband as ordered by a Comal County She had sought full custody of the The court ordered him turned over to his that she seek Members of the DeWalt fami including his Michael his uncles and his Charlotte and have not seen His other See Page 4A FORUM 4A OBITUARIES SA SPORTS 7A TV GRIDS 4t DEWALT INFORMATION A timeline listing the events in the OeWalt case and contact information for those who may have tips on 4A TRICK OR TREAT District releases board campaign contributions DAVID Barbara Espinoza touches up the severed torso in the front yard of her home at South Academy Avenue Wednesday Espinoza family has been deco rating the yard for Halloween since Residents prepare for Halloween By Scott Mahon Staff Writer Barbara and Anthony Espinoza have as much fun as kids do on The scariest house in their neighborhood on Halloween is probably But its a safe neighbor Barbara Espinoza Though Halloween is 3 days the Espinozas house on South Academy Avenue is already decorated for trick or A human torso lies under the front as if squashed in and a scary figure sits ominously on the front porch Weve done this since Espinoza We get 3 a lot of kids on our block Hal loween in I think we had over 70 lads last Though not all neighbor hoods may be as enthusiastic about Halloween as Espinozas Mayor Adam Cork said Wurstfest would be a great place to celebrate New Braunfels doesnt have as many big Halloween activities as other cities but Halloween is a great link to he Its a safe place to celebrate a safe Although Halloween may not be celebrated as it used to the cel ebration has ties to its ori Originally a celebration of the new year on the day marked the end of sum mer by the who lived in an area that is now the United Kingdom and On the night of Celts believed that the ghosts of the dead returned to During the they wore built huge and tried to predict the But by the eighth Christianity had spread into Celtic and 1 was designated All Saints Day by the Roman Catholic The celebration of All Saints Day was also called and the night See HALLOWEEN Page 3A trick or treaters BniiafiiMi until tin UPlt tiMit guaranteed By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Only two New Braunfels Independent School District candidates Matt Bet tersworth and Bill Biggadike spent more than on their election cam With less than one week to go before Election Biggadike has spent to Bettersworths Both men are running for District The most expensive campaign item signs were made for both candidates by Sign Bettersworth said he paid for 161 of the cheapest signs he could Biggadike said he chose a more expen sive sign quality and paid for 50 small signs and 10 larger Both men also printed campaign See Page 3A DIDYOU WHOS FUNDING THE DISTRICT 4 NBISD SCHOOL BOARD RACE For Bettersworth David Fuqua in kind postage James Whetstone inkind signs For Biggadike Jack Borchers cash Mae Ruth Meyer cash COMING SUNDAY Healthy growth Landa Pharmacy opens a new store in Landa shopping Crime Stoppers to hold Crackdown New Braunfels By Ron Maloney Staff Writer You might not know but chances you know a drug dealer or know where one plies the illegal you can report him or her to the get a Comal County Crime Stop the Safe City Commis sion and local narcotics inves tigators will be manning tele phones as part of Crackdown New an effort to close down drug dealers as part of the annual Red Rib bon Week crime prevention Red Ribbon Week is the annual nationwide celebra tion in which thousands of communities and schools across the United States attempt to raise drug aware Police Mike Rust said he and Mayor Adam Cork went HOW TO PARTICIPATE The New County Crime Stoppers tip line can be reached at 620 TIPS 8477 or tollfree at 1 To turn in a drug dealer and receive a call today between 6 to or any to area schools this week issuing a proclamation declaring Red Ribbon Were asking residents to call and turn in their local drug dealer or report any drugrelated Rust Crime Stoppers represen tatives and narcotics officers will be manning the tele he Were mainly looking for information about suspect ed drug the detec tive if anyone has ever wanted to become an See Page 3A Seguin New Braurtels Universal City La Vernia San Marcos lot Seguin Office New Btaunfels Office 6062317 314 NortH Camp Si   

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