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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 9, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas TT TT SEPTEMBER HERALD MNNMNXMNNKMNKMNK HIKED ADC X01 1000571 SOUTHWEST KICROFUOLISHERS E VflWELL DR EL PftSO TK 79903 781 SPORTS GAME TIME New Braunfels comes home to face Seguin while Canyon and Smithson Valley hit the Page 6A FORUM SPEAK OUT Readers respond to Mayor Bruce Boyers comments about Hurricane Katrina Page 4A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 250 14 2 sections CK Partly Cloudy High Low 98 72 Details1B DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS Jt COMICS 2B CROSSWORD tt FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 6A TV GRIDS M Startzville voters head to the polls Saturday By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Bulverde voters will choose a new mayor while Startzville res idents will decide whether they want to follow the path set by Bulverde several years ago and incorporate themselves as a Polls in Bulverde are located at City Hall on Cougar In they are located at the Canyon Lake station on Polling hours are 7 to 7 In Mayor Pro Tem and acting Mayor Sarah former alderman Charlie Baetz and political newcomer Kevin Smith are all seeking to to fill the unexpired term of Mayor Bill who died this past Stevick is a retired Army officer while in addition to being a former Bulverde served on the city council in Balcones Heights in Bexar The question of incorporating Startzville was raised earlier this year by businessman William who circulated a petition to call an incoiporation election because of concerns the community could one day be Woolley said he feif that if could control its own See Page 2A Housing more inmates is good news for Comal County By Ron Maloney StaffWriter FALLING FUNDS Reimbursement for housing federal inmates 2002 2003 2004 ffl 2005 Budgeted Jail Administra tor David Otts Greybar Hotel has a few empty and hes found a way to fill Commissioners Thursday got some good budgetary news when Ott asked them to approve an agreement with Bandera County to house some of its inmates at the Comal County Jail for per per The approved will mean Comal County could house 30 to 40 Bandera inmates per day and get an increased income of to per The money will go a long way toward replacing jail revenue lost when the Immigration and Naturalization Service pulled inmates from Comal County and placed them at a new facility built in Ott said the opportunity arose a few weeks ago after Guadalupe County got a contract to house inmates for the Mar shal It told Bandera it would no longer be able to house the overflow from that countys 16bed county The Bandera County chief deputy called me a couple of weeks ago and asked me if See Page 2A COMING SUNDAY New mayor Bukerde voters will choose a new electing either Sarah Charlie Baetz or Kevin MAKING A DIFFERENCE Volunteers all they lavetohelp evacuees By Leigh Jones StaffWriter Dorothy Pazar scrambled around the kitchen of the West side Community Center preparing for a largerthannor mal lunch While other volunteers cooked hamburger patties on the sliced tomatoes and placed indi vidual slices of pie in little dessert Pazar organized the serving Although she began volunteer ing long before Hurricane Katri na slammed into the Gulf she was thrilled to be able to respond to the disaster I have been wanting to be involved with relief Pazar It absolutely makes me feel good to be able to help Pazars efforts helped feed 30 New Orleans evacuees who stopped in at the WCC to fill out Red Cross and other aid request While the families Brother Robert Delong made his way around the checking for medical Service is a way of life for the Holy Family Church but he acknowledged helping the hurricane victims seeking refuge in New Braunfels was This city has a lot to and here we doing he Were here to help them get through which should make us realize were put here for a Delong can speak on vocation with authority the years he spent as a registered nurse come in handy on all missionary even if they only take him across Photos by DAVID Esther and Dorothy Bazar get ready to heat up hamburger buns during lunch at the Westside Community New Orleans evacuee Oscar Jackson tries to comfort his tired and hurting Wanda Lee while eating lunch at the community The next stop for the two was a local dentist to see what could be done for a WELL DONE Comal County residents have opened their pocketbooks and hearts to those in see Page the While Delong and hun dreds of other volunteers did not travel far to help Hurricane Katri nas victims get back on their other New Braunfelsers journeyed far from home to join relief Beaumont Janice Powell left her Canyon Lakearea home bound See Page 5A Mayors raise the stakes before big game DAVID Seguin Mayor Betty Ann Matthies and New Braunfels Mayor Bruce Boyer have a friendly tugofwar over who will get to hang the winners plaque in their city offices Thursday at the New Braunfels municipal By Ron Maloney StaffWriter Forget about the Red Sox and the Dont talk about USC and Dont even think about Michigan and Ohio No rivalry in sports quite compares to the rivalry of Seguin and New Braunfels high schools which has run since In Seguin broke a 23 year New Braunfels winning streak in an overtime heart breaker to best the New Braunfels leads the series Its easy to forget that when the two teams take to Uni corn Field Friday much AT A GLANCE B What Seguin at New H When 7 today ii Unicorn Stadium can be purchased from 8 to 1 today at the high school or at the Reserved adult tickets pur chased in advance are for Reserved tickets at the gate will be for general admission more than a football game is on tiie The New Braunfels feud has been called the longestrunning high school football rivalry in which everyone knows is a place where high school football is a deadly serious New Braunfels Mayor Bruce Boyer and Seguin May or Betty Ann Matthies met at city hall Thursday to make the traditional bet and talk a little friendly smack about This is the first year Boyer has placed his political hide on the line over how the Uni 02 so far this handle the But locals know Boyer was for 15 years the voice of the Unicorns on KGNB game They also know he was probably something less than an impartial 1 remember what year was the great storm Boyer See Page 3A Tracking the news Convoy arrives in Mississippi LAST WE KNEW Bill Wom Sarah Butler and sev eral other local residents left New Braunfels Wednes day for pulling trailers loaded with clothing for flood LATEST Officials in Gulfport confirmed Womacks arrival Thursday afternoon and said preparations were under way to distribute the NEXT Womack and his friends expect to return to New Braunfels in coming days and prepare for a sec ond The Uptown Piano Bar is the Romantic place for Birthday Parties and Anniversaries
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