New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 11, 2004

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 11, 2004

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas DECEMBER FOOTBALL Smithson Valley returns to the Alamodome to play Houston Clear Lake for a berth in state championship Page 7A FORUM COLUMN Guest columnist Connie Worley writes how shopping downtown is not meant to be a sterile Page 6A Brunfel9 and Corna Countysince 18 2 sections CK 8 DEARABBY Mostly sunny High Low 72 44 Details1B COMICS 21 jtygk CROSSWORD FORUM 6A OBITUARIES IA SPORTS 7A TV GRIDS M Search continues for third stabbing suspect By Ron Malonay StaffWriter Documents revealed Friday that the suspect police still seek in the 19 stabb ng Leroy is still at n ght dispute erupted at custody charged with mur arrested the night after death of Diego Saenz is the large and wanted for mur River Park Apartments der and attempted murder the incident and Christ one they believe actually der in connection with the involving the victims in the stabbing of Saenz and pheA Orti 19who wielded the murder which documents younger his younger brother 16 reveal occurred after a late Two other suspects are in They are Adrian See Page 3A Woman bilked in Nigeria scam By Ron Maloney StaffWriter The Nigeria Internet scam is still around and is getting more and more elaborate as a Marion woman just learned at a cost of New Braunfels Police detective Mike Penshorn said a Marion woman this week was bilked by a person she met over the She was communicating mostly by email but also in Instant Mes sages with an individual who claimed he was in Penshorn During their he requested some money be sent to The man who even sent the woman a photo the detective is sure wasnt really him told her a tale of See Page 3A COMINGSUNDAY On the line Will Smithson Valley football continue on its quest for a state championing tide Cheer Fund to benefit 250 families From Staff Reports What a difference a week For the first time in its 15year the HeraldZeitungs Cheer Fund hol iday food drive will be opened to 250 Organizer Rosie Willingham said she was able to do that because of the response to an appeal a week ago mat donations were running short of previ ous Each Cheer Fund families receive baskets of food that provide all See Page 3A 2004 CHEER FUND Donations are still being accepted for the 2004 Cheer To donate Stop by the Herald Zeitung office at 707 UndaSt between 8 em and 5 Monday through Friday or mail a check made out to the New Braunfato HmttZaitung to Cheer New Braunhfe HeraldZetona 707 New before Thanks to the fottowing for their support tonnie and Anna Marie feyfe Urry and Joan CroweM Virginia and Kant KoJfer Doug and Patricia Tonsy WORKS OF HEART B Photos by DAVID Brent McCarthy and Carol Martin took 14 months to complete the Bible based murals that adorn the walls in the hallway and class rooms of the Sunday school wing at Johns Episcopal Pair paints murals at Johns Episcopal Church late By Leigh Jones StaffWriter Children in Sunday school at Johns Episcopal Church might have a hard time concentrating on their They are surrounded by wild shining stars and color ful marine life everything a child needs to float away on imaginations Even an adult could be trans ported to magical places while gazing at the murals covering the walls in the hallway and class rooms of the Sunday School Starting with creation in the buildings visitors are greeted by scenes from an under water leading up to land and sunshine on the second The story of the flood is told in the first five feet of the The kids really love this paint ing of the animals after the One of the many murals painted by McCarthy and said Childrens Ministry behind presumably on Director Kate point their way out of the This one ing to a mountain scene with took a while to and every pairs of animals peeking out from week they would come look at it to see what had been Four steps past the the manger scene stretches between two classroom The next section of wall is cov ered in the crucifixion and emp ty and across the the tree of life and the new city of Jerusalem fills the rest of what was once blank white The murals were inspired by the drab walls the building used to God is so much fun and has created so much McCarthy We thought the building didnt reflect McCarthy took her dream of color and magical scenes to her a talented artist with a vivid All of the murals were painted with latex house a difficult medium for someone used to oils and See Page 10A Agreement falls apart between recreation district By Ron Maloney StaffWriter CANYON IAKE The princi pals involved arent saying but an agreement between the GuadalupeBlanco River Authori ty and a local recreation district to develop the canyon gorge fell apart this In a oneparagraph press WaterOriented Recreation District Public Relations Director Kay Cote reported trustees voted to drop out of a joint development agreement with GBRA to create a recreation and educational resource out of the gorge created when water flooded over Canyon Dam in the July 2002 flood The two agencies had been working on an agreement since 2003 when both submitted com peting visions for a project to the Army Corps of The WORD board believes the gorge project is very impor tant to Comal County and Texas as a historical and recreational wonder and hopes the will continue with GBRA and the Army Corps of Engineers with support from the What happened No one who answered tele phones or returned calls Friday would WORD Board Chair John WORD attorney Holly Gilman and board member Karen Vordenbaum did not return calls for this See Page 3A I BLUEBONNET Ji OVER VEHICLES IN STOCK I v 2004 FORD i EXPEDITION tiOO ;