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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 14, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas W V OCTOBER HERALD EL FflSO TX iillifiililiillumlf mil utfG SPORTS FOOTBALL New Braunfels footballers are in a mustwin game tonight at Marble Page 5A FORUM LITTERS Readers sound off on city fiscal policy and rollback one way to keep rein in spend Page 4A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 280 14 2 sections Partly cloudy High Low 88 63 Details1B DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS Bt COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 21 FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 5A TV GRIDS 31 Big showdown awaits Canyon By Will Wright Sports Editor As far as regularseason high school football games tonights contest between Canyon and Lake Travis doesnt get any big Cougar Stadium will be packed to see the District 27 4A showdown of Its the game of the year in Central featuring one of Class 4As best offenses against one of the states top Lake Travis has a great foot ball Canyon coach Les Davis They are welldeserv ing of their ranking from what Ive seen of They have a very prolific and their defense has improved from last They are extremely well Im tickled to death AT A GLANCE I What Lake Travis at Canyon in showdown of unbeatens for District 274A football lead I When today I Where Cougar New Braunfels to be in a game like Lake Travis last years 27 4A visited New Braun fels last beating the Uni Canyon 60 won its league opener at The winner of tonights game likely will win the District 274A Last the Cougars pre vailed at Lake The winner also is likely to be ranked next week in the Associated See Page 3 Canyon High School football players cele brate a play during an early season They will play Lake Travis tonight for sole pos session of first in More informa tion on tonights games is on page DAVID HeraldZeitung TRIUMPH OVER ILLNESS Photos by MANDY Under the watchful eye of her grandmother Holly Hoben rides her bike down the street singing a tune in front of her home like any other typical Youth beats rare brain disease enjoys normal life By Jessica Sanders StaffWriter Holly Hoben flies down the street on her into the sun set and away from her mothers call to come Reckless as any even brain sur gery couldnt keep Holly down for She wanted to play but then she decided shed rather do drama said Hol lys Hillary Hobea That was a relief to In the spring of Holly was diagnosed with a rare brain disease called She received emergency surgery in May 2004 and now seems to lead the life of a normal fifth grader though with a few She cant play soccer because something might hit her in the and she cant jump on a Hillary Hoben said We have to be very careful to keep a water bottle with her at all times because she cant get According to the National Institute of Neurological Disor ders and Moyamoya is a condition that causes the nar rowing of blood vessels to the Researchers do not know what causes Patricia Hollys pediatric neurosurgeon in said the name Moy amoya comes from the Japan ese word for puff of Because the main arteries to the brain are the small er blood vessels are forced to See Page 3 Holly with her close neigh borhood friends Lex Jackie and sister Hailey share a laugh Cuellar Funding for projects to come over next five years By Ron Maloney StaffWriter Congressman Henry Cuel lar told local officials Thurs day that more than mil lion in federal funds ear marked for ComalCounty projects would be coming here in the next five The part of the local Transportation Improvement Plan devel oped by the Texas Depart ment of Transportation in consultation with local offi have been in the plan ning or development process for About million of the projects fall within the part of New Braunfels that is in Cuellars 28th Congres sional The remain der are in the rest of the coun which is represented by District 21 Lamar I want to publicly express my thanks and appreciation to Congressman said a firstterm represen He does a tremendous job for Comal Cuellar said the local proj ects would move up in prior ity because more federal funding has been made avail able for Texas road For every dollar we were sending to we were getting back 88 Cuellar Under this highway bill the president signed into law on were getting back four more See Page 2 Henry Cuellar Bankruptcy law changes bring rush in filings By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Bankruptcy attorney Bill Burrell is spending a lot of time at his New Braunfels office these Thanks to new laws taking effect Mon day that it harder to file for Burrell has been over whelmed by clients anxious to escape from the landslide of debt threatening to bury I would say business is up 200 or 300 percent over the last two he Along with most other attorneys I Ive quit accepting new clients at this point because theres just not enough time to get all of the paperwork finalized before the Burrell has until Sunday night to file his See Page 2 Picture this See who wins top prizes in the annual Herald Zeitung photo Schwab might make run for county judge By Ron Maloney StaffWriter A veteran Republican and retired county com missioner could once again be a candidate for office the office of county County Clerk Joy Streater said retired Precinct 4 Commission er Moe Schwab on Thursday filed election Moe Schwab papers naming Harvey Pape as campaign treas urer for a possible run for Schwab retired in 2002 and was succeed ed in office by former New Braunfels May See Page 2 Jeanie Welcomes You To Come To The Uptown Piano Bar 1UU1UUUII11J11JU1
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