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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 29, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas i v 781 SEPTEMBER fTi IRALDZEITUNG SPORTS READY TO PLAY Smithson Valley football play er overcomes many obstacles to help out on the Page 5A INSIDE READ TO WIN Score a Touchdown for Reading program kicks off at Canyon Intermediate Page 2A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 267 14 2 sections CLICK 8 1 Partly cloudy High Low 38 63 Details 1B DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS 4B COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 2B FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 5A TV GRIDS 3B Scam reaches wrong DA By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Part of being successful in any criminal enterprise involving a con game is carefully picking your It didnt pan out this week for someone in New York who sent out a letter looking for a patsy for the Euro Lotto a scam designed to fleece someone who hopes to win a sweep stakes they didnt Sam Katz Assistant District Attorney Sam home from work Tuesday to find he was the lucky The letter informing him of his win nings included a check for the first installment of a lot tery payout purportedly from All he had to do to deposit the lot tery check was send overseas and out of reach of law enforce ment a check for the taxes on the which amounted to a thou sand dollars So even if it turned out to be a Katz would still be ahead by about a right You even if its youll come out to the good until See Page 3A HARD TO STAY HUMBLE DAVID Mo jokes around with musician Sam Baker during a taping of the HumbleTime radio show at the Freiheit Country Store Saturday Festival marks decade of working to save Texas music By Ron Maloney Staff Writer freaks and pack your Load up the barbecue jumpstart the microbus and get ready for a road Mo and Ace have a treat in store for you in New Braunfels this but believe it or its not at the Freiheit Country The HumbleTime Festival begins at 6 Friday at the Goodtime located just below the third crossing on River It continues from 9 to noon Saturday with the Humble Song Slam songwriters contest and then Saturday evening from 5 to Admission for one day is A twoday ticket is Tickets are available at the gate or at Texas Festival informa tion is available at Were pumped up and getting ready for the Mo Humble said Humble Time aficionados who have listened to the twicemonthly radio shows taped at Freiheit for more than nine years are also avid Humble This weekends for The folks who come to these shows go to a lot of music Humble The idea of being able to camp out and have a couple days of music really appeals to this Itll be really nice camping on the banks of the Guadalupe Riv Itll be a littie not being out in but there just wasnt enough room in the store to accom modate a Humble Goodtime Campground will be able to handle with tubing and shuttles We dont in any stretch of the imagination expect that many peo but we could handle Humble soft drink and water ven dors will be set up on Anyone who wishes is encouraged to bring their own This is about the not how many cups of beer we can but youre welcome to bring your Humble More than a dozen acts will per form for one hour each with solo or duet artists set up on an adjacent My goal as emcee is to have con tinuous music rather than a band and 20 minutes of then a band and 20 minutes of You kind of lose your Humble As soon as a band well go for the If I can achieve 55 minutes of music See Page 7A HUMBLE TIME FESTIVAL More than a dozen musicians will participate in the Humble Time Festival this lineup of musicians includes Friday 6 to midnight 5 Tommy Hill ffl Shelley King Floramay Hol liday IMjCJaude Morgan the HX SI Foscoe Jones iJheThriTlbiiiies 9 to noon SS Humble Song Slam 5 to midnight n Gaylynn Robinson IS Adam Donmoyer 6 Mark Jungers and the H The Swindles H Macon Greyson featuring Buddy Huffman Special Olympians turn their attention to bocce ball By Jessica Sanders Staff Writer You may not play bocce you may not even know what it but there is still a chance to contribute to the New Braunfels Special Olympics Bocce Ball Pat president of the New Braunfels area Special said some volunteers are still needed to help set up for Fridays and people can also con tribute by buying lunch during the Proceeds go to the AT A GLANCE M What Special Olympics Bocce BallTpurnament When 10 to 4 Friday N Where New Braunfels High To call Pat Lynch at 625 8282 Special The tournament will run from 10 to 4 behind the New Braunfels High School football Opening including the national anthem and a colorguard will begin at 10 Well have barbecue sandwich sausage on a stick and snow Lynch It would be great for people to buy some lunch and help Special This will be the first bocce ball tournament for Special Olympics Region Bocce was added as a World Games level Special Olympics sport in According to die United States Bocce bocce originat ed in Italy as a game of skill and The object of the game is to roll the a ball weighing about three as close as possible to the smaller The bocce coining closest to the palli no Volunteers are needed for set up and training from 6 to 8 Thursday behind the football sta Low Mlloil Power Wlndowi ft Factory Wirnuily I BLUEBONNET L J N C L Mi in Jeep IS THE DIFFERENCE hi mioloi 7258 Kingsbury signs with Jets By Will Wright Sports Editor Former New Braunfels and Texas Tech quarter back Kliff Kingsbury was signed by the New York Jets becom ing the teams third string After top QB Chad Pennington and backup Jay Fiedler were lost for the season with injuries in last Sundays 2620 overtime loss to Jack the Jets on Tuesday went to 41 yearold out of football this year after capping an 18season NFL career last year with will back up untested Brooks Bollinger this Sunday in Jets spokesman Ron Colangelo confirmed the move Wednesday Kingsbury was unavailable for but his said his son joined the team All I know is that he went up there yester the elder Kingsbury They See Page 7A Kliff Kingsbury Will they win Smithson Valley meets Judson while Canyon visits Uvalde under the Friday Night Friends of the Library book sale kicks off today By Leigh Jones Staff Writer AT A GLANCE II What Annual Friends of the Library Book Sale feS When 9 to 7 today and 9 to 5 Friday ES Where New Braun fels Civic 380 South Seguin The Friends of the New Braunfels Pub lic Library will open the cover on their annual pageturner today the mother of all used book During the next two the Civic Center will become the citys biggest book with thousands of previously appre ciated volumes for sale at paperthin Eveiy penny raised through the sale will go to the library to pay for needs not covered by this years Sale items are collected throughout the year and stored away for the annual 54 volunteers unloaded box after box onto tables and sorted the books into easily browseable The sale has books available in every cat including paperback romance the largest and the most popular For the first time in the sales bib liophiles can browse through a section cm American complete with wall dec orations chronicling major events in the nations U
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