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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 24, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas                                September 2005 HERALDZEITUNG Page 5A Photo submitted Nolan Leach performs one his trick rope acts while his waits for his LASSO CONTINUED Page 1A Leach finally gets to perform at Tair him used to human Nolan slowly trained the wild horse to trust him and let Win After six months and countless hours of die pair began performing in I worked with Bravo a but hes also got a great per he They say in the horse training world mat you cant make chicken soup out of chicken but you also get out of horses what you put Now that Bravo has mel lowed to a laidback per N61ahVaidheisrMeto spend more time training oth er wild horses and practice stunts for his Other than horseback riding and trick he is perfecting the arts of gun whip knife throwing even I do a backflip as part of my he Its the same basic show as in Europe with a few neater Eric Nolans brother and said the most exciting tiling about the show is the chance to show their friends and neighbors what he can He said Nolans only local performance was at a talent show in the Braun tex Hes been all these but most of our local friends have only heard about what he he This is the first time for locals to see for him to perform for a hometown Nolan said that hes but not at all nervous about Sundays He said faith and family are enough to get him through just about Eric Leach accompanies him to take care of publicity and while their 12yearold keeps Bravo look I ve got the routine worked out pretty he I figure Ive put in my time and Ill just leave it up to Teri Leach said she still gets nervous for her but knows hes not alone in front of the As soon as he gets on Bra he calms he I always feel like hes out in the arena by I think he feels that he can go any where as long as Bravo is with Manufacturing industry rebounds in New Braunfels By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Some of New Braunfels largest employers have been its quietest corporate but that is The citys manufacturing industry has found its and its members are speak ing out for the betterment of the sponsoring scholarships and improving its image through the New Braunfels Manufacturing Past President George the advertising manager at said the groups goal was to promote its members in the We want to present our selves in a positive way in sup porting growth and education in New he Since the group experi enced a resurgence in mem bership during the last few it has provided four scholarships for local stu At the academic awards targeted high school but once the Cen tral Texas Technology Center the group began looking for technical trainees to Students can go from there directly into the industrial Bal The group also considers students seeking higher edu cation degrees in mar keting and management as ancillary professions neces sary in the industrial Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Eco nomic Development Corpo ration Director Rusty Brock man has worked hard to get the group back on track with monthly meetings and net working His goal was to create economic development Our existing companies are great advocates for New Braunfels for prospective busi he The association also helps local community representa tives stay in touch with issues important to At next months state Carter RNew will speak to the and shell also We try to make our pres ence felt in local organiza like the and we keep up with what goes on in city Bal When theyre not looking the groups mem bers focus their attention on each sharing resources and solving common prob The New Braunfels Manu facturing Association was founded in the late After declining membership in the late the group has grown to 40 members at its monthly Cardinals diary reveals details of papal conclave VATICAN CITY AP A cardinal has broken his vow of secrecy and released his diary describing the conclave that elected Pope Benedict revealing in an exceedingly rare account that a cardinal from Argentina was the main challenger and almost blocked Benedicts Excerpts of the published show Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger led in each of the four ballots cast in the Sis tine Chapel during the mysteryshroud ed April 1819 in a sur Cardinal Jorge Mario a was in second place the whole Most accounts of the conclave have said retired Milan archbishop Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini was the main chal lenger to who became Bene dict XVI after his and that a Third World pope was never realistically in the While Bergoglio never threatened Ratzingers lead and made clear he didnt want the according to the diary published in the respected Italian for eign affairs magazine Limes his run nerup status could signal die next con clave might elect a pope from Latin home to half the worlds 1 billion Roman The diary of the anonymous cardinal is also significant because it shows that Ratzinger didnt gamer a huge he had 84 of the 115 votes in the final seven more than the required two thirds His two immediate Pope John Paul II and Pope John Paul are believed to have garnered 99 and 98 votes and that was when there were only 111 voting It does seem that somebody wants to indicate that the conclave was a more complex process than was being depict ed and that Benedicts mandate was not a slam said David a for mer Vatican Radio journalist who is writ ing a biography of the diary includes a few sur including a vote in the final ballot for Cardinal Bernard forced to resign as Boston archbishop because of the church sex abuse And it offers other colorful insights of what went on behind the scenes during the two days the 115 redhatted princes of the church were sequestered in the Sistine Chapel and the Vaticans Santa Marta hotel to select the 265th leader of the Catholic Because the hotel prohibits Portuguese Cardinal Jose Policarpo da Crux would sneak outside for an after dinner the diary And Cardinal Walter Rasper shunned the minibuses that shuttled cardinals to the Sistine preferring to walk by die Vatican gardens April 17 In the afternoon I took over my room at the Casa Santa I put down my bags and tried to open the blinds because the room was I wasnt able One of my fellow brothers asked a nun working thinking it was a technical She explained they were Closure of the the diary The published diary entries were inter spersed with commentary from Vatican journalist Lucio who says he obtained the diary through a trusted source he had known for He told The Associated Press he spoke in Italian to his source a hint the cardinal in ques tion was Brunelli says he couldnt identify the author because of the vow of secrecy each cardinal took before entering the Punishment for violating the vow is In Buenos a spokesman for the Enzo said Bergoglio had no comment on the Nothing official is ever recorded from conclaves and the ballots are burned in the Sistine Chapel that sig nal to the world through white smoke or black whether a pope has been YOU CAN As the devastating 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