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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 5, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas NOVEMBER RALDZEITUNG SPORTS FOOTBALL Playoff spot on the line for New Canyon In Wurst Page 5A DELAY PRESS STOP Due to a problem with the the HeraldZeitung may be delivered a bit We apologize for the and Comal County since 306 14 1 section CLICK Mostly sunny High Low 69 41 Details 7A DEARABBY 9A CLASSIFIEDS 11A COMICS 8A CROSSWORD IA FORUM 4A OBfTUARIES IA SPORTS BA TV GRIDS 9A Man receives 40year sentence for threats By Ron Maloney StaffWriter The man accused of send ing more than 200 threaten ing letters to District Attor ney Dib Waldrip pleaded ful day in visiting District timony deliberated for half guilty rather than eo to trial ness tamnerine Judge Don Leonards 22nd an hour before finding As a habitual oknder he the icial Dlstnct courtroom Krueger competent to stand faced between 25 years and t Krueeer had an event a jury in prison on charges of tKrueger had an event that heard three days of tes After Krueger pleaded stalking and wit STRIKE UP THE BAND IA Photos by MANDV Hartmut Wemecker of Die froliche Dorfmusik leads the audience in dance moves during one of the bands Group from Germany brings authentic music to Wurstfest By Leigh Jones StaffWriter For the last four Wurstfest goers have missed an important part of the heritage celebration authentic folk music played by a German This the 12 musicians of Die frohliche Dorfmusik traveled from their homes near to entertain their American cousins with Alpenrock and traditional Bflhmis che folk GermanAmerican Society member Bill Moltz said the crowds love the authentic German BAND PERFORMANCES Catch Die frohliche the authentic German for two more Wurstfest performanc es in the Big Tent at and 9 Its happy and these guys get everyone he It really gets us back to our While the band performs in the Big audience members clap and lock arms to rock back and forth to the See Page 3A See Page 3A Council to consider pilot program for system By Scott Mahon StaffWriter If the New Braunfels City Council gives its some residents would be part of a pilot program for a fully automated sanitation The citys solid waste James proposed the pilot program Monday during a council Ballowe said if the experiment were suc he would rec ommend imple menting a citywide fully automated sys tem sometime next AT A GLANCE What New Braunfels City Council When 8 H Where Municipal 424 Castell New Braunfels always has used a man ual sanitation collection which costs the city about a year to Ballowe the sanitation department uses nine rearload trucks with threemem ber crews to collect residential garbage twice a week for about Each crew collects about 45 tons to 50 tons of garbage a in a 40hour work But Ballowe said manual collection has its including more workmans com pensation claims by sanitation See Page 3A Audience participation is a large part of Die froliche Dorfmusiks charm during its dreams Home rejuvenation starts with having 9 River of Life building activities for children HeratdZeitung wiUfetmna different house RIVER OF UFE ASSEMBLY OF GOO Pastor Joe Helms Denomination Assembly of God Attendance 50 Meeting times Sunday Location 1615 FM1044 Phone 830 6256152 Worship style blended Mission RIVER Reaching the Investing in Vision with Evangelizing the world Restor ing the StaffWriter River of Life Assembly of God Church is at the right place at the right Surrounded by an explosion of new neighborhoods and young the church has more than doubled its atten dance in the last This is a very exciting said Pastor Joe I wouldnt want to be any where With three New Braunfels Independent School District schools the church is building its ministries to cater to chil A new outdoor playground is in the and when the new sanctuary is the existing building will be turned over to the decked out with video games and foosfhall On Sunday the kids will have lesson time followed by recreation Helms We want to make church When River of Life moved to its current the congregation moved into a new but only square feet were finished Phase two of the construction project will start after In they will move into a new complete with steeple and new churchy exterior The expansion will give us more room to do Helms The additions to the outside of the building will attract more people and let this community know we are worshipping Alexis who teaches one of the to said more space would be As we were starting to feel space she Were realty excited and looking forward to that extra Meyers and her class of 7 to 10year olds just completed the art unit of their Missionettes Thw activities See CMWICIi Page 3A DAVID Pastor Joe Helms prepares his Sunday sermon in his office at River of Life I BLUEBONNET UVt H INSIUlK I tioo
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