New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 16, 2004

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 16, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas iR DECEMBER SPORTS FOOTBALL focus has helped Smithson Valley overcome earlyseason reach the state title Page 8A FORUM COLUMN Guest columnist Candace Lynch writes how an impromptu songfest put cheer into post office Page 6A and Comal County since 27 14 2 sections CLICK BO cloudy I High Low I 57 40 1 i Details 1B DEARABBY H CLASSIFIEDS 4t COMICS 21 CROSSWORD a FORUM 6A OBITUARIES M SPORTS 8A TV GRIDS 41 Airport board to update master plan A MM By Scott Mahon StaffWriter Aviation consultants will meet with the New Braunfels municipal airport advisory board today to begin develop ing a 20year master a er Andy Most of the cost for devel oping the plan will be funded by a grant from the Texas Department of Trans portation Aviation The citys matching portion pal it requires that I will be Because the Federal Aviation Administration typically awards grants for expansion and improvement of munici airports develop and update master plans Spinks said million in See Page 3A AT A GLANCE What Airport Advisory board When 10 I Where Municipal Airport termi 2333 FM 758 RALLYING THE RANGERS Photos by MANDY SentEl to a s9n for the Smithson Valley Ranger playoff game Saturday that was made by thirdgraders at Coaches wives bring SVHS spirit to players SVHS 2004 POSTSEASON SCORES SVHS San Marcos 21 SVHS San Antonio Clark 20 SVHS San Benito 0 SVHS San Antonio TfftM SVHS Houston Clear Lake 10 By Leigh Jonas Staff Writer While their husbands study game films and scru tinize play Lori Hill and Lori Moczygemba are preparing for this Satur days state championship game by painting spirit The who both teach at Specht Ele mentary created the banners as a way for their secondand third grade students to send good luck wishes to their favorite Our little ones get so excited about the said whose is an assis tant Were trying to Carly daughter of Smithson Valley Ranger coach Joe helps paint a sign created by Specht Elementary third graders to show support for the upcoming state championship build a bit of Despite the distance even though were so far between Smithson Valley away from the high and the students know each Every members of the foot ball team and cheerleading squad drive down 281 to read to the younger stu whose Lar is the head taught her class cheers so they could give the Ranger Readers a minipep rally before the end of every By all of the ele mentary school grades will have made their own signs for Hill and Moczygemba to hang in Texas Stadium before the The job of a coachs wife does not end with butcher paper and finger the dedicated See Page 4A Green Santa to give gifts to 270 children Tracking the news Wares still critical after house explosion BrittonWare and his wife Susie were critically burned 28 in an explosion at thair home outside New UOm A Brooke Army Med ical Canter spokesman said Wednesday remained in critical MK1 Treatment for sacond Sfld ttorddeorea burns wiN continue Ron StaffWriter Santa Glaus isnt always a jolly fat man in a red suit and he doesnt always arrive on Christ mas Fbr 270 Comal County children m 100 heU look an awful lot like a sheriffs Thats because their parents will be going to the sheriffsuffice Monday and Tuesday to get thou sands of dollars worth of gifts paid for by donors and volun teers around the county under the sheriffs 15th annual Green Santa toy Organizer Sharron Faulkner said this years drive is the biggest volunteers were wrapping the which will be bagged for families who hive been contacted and asked to pick them up the first part of next Were just as busy as a long tailed cat in a room full of rock ing said tak ing a moment out from setting up volunteers to wrap and Weve got a lot of Some were left from last some were donated on4 peo ple went out and bought even more We have some good toys back This community response has been so Faulkner Green Santa could have helped even more We had to just finally We cant take any Faulkner We just didnt have the To be helped by Green a family could not be on the helping list of any other local one that the sheriffs aided in First step taken for new river committee By Scott Mahon Staff Writer An ordinance establishing a new riv er activities committee that would report to the parks advisory board was approved on its first reading Monday by the New Braunfels City Council appointed a river activities committee in October 2000 in response to problems on the Comal and Guadalupe the committee developed a river manage ment plan designed to maintain and improve conditions on the Nathan project manager for See Page 3A COMINGFRIDAY Tour of Faith Christ International Tabernacle will be featured in die week ly series of Cheer Fund looking for volunteers By Ron Maloney StaffWriter Have the holiday spirit The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung offers people a unique chance to share it Saturday by volunteering to deliver a little holiday cheer to some of the regions poorest Volunteers will deliver food to 250 needy families in New Braunfels and its outlying areas in Comal and Guadalupe counties culminating this years 15th annual Cheer Fund Organizer Rosie Willingham said HEB is compiling the food for the which will be delivered to the Her aldZeitungs printing plant located on 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 Landa between 8 and 5 Monday through Friday or mail a check nude out to the New Braunfels HerakJ Zertungto Cheer New Braunfels HaraldZeJtuna 707 Landa New before volunteer to deliver for the Cheer Fund CaU ext 203 or show up at the HeraldZeitung priming plant on Industrial Drive at 8 Thanks to the following tor their support David and Krtwyn Lamon ;