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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas i ii W IT NOVEMBER HERALDZEITUNG SPORTS PLAYOFFS Area volleyball teams take next step in state playoffs to go to the state Page 5A FORUM State Jeff Wentworth writes how Proposition 7 may be a benefit for Page 4A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 294 14 2 sections CLICK Its time to go to that next and this project will do Jim Ray Developer on a proposed known as Creekside CREEKSIDE CONCEPT The proposed 300 million development cur rently known as Creekside will be located east of Inter state 35 and north of the future FM 306 Creekside would include a 200 room resortstyle a multiscreen movie a hos pital and medical multifam ily residential areas and outdoor enter Master plan courtesy CarterBurgess Creekside proposed site Major development proposed for city By Leigh Jones StaffWriter Visitors to New Braunfels soon could have extra incentive to make a trip to million square feet of highend retail The proposed million development currently known as Creekside will be locat ed east of Interstate 35 and north of the future FM 306 In addition to a shopping cen ter that will rival the million squarefoot outlet mall in San Creekside would include a 200room resortstyle a multiscreen movie a hospital and medical multifamily residential areas and outdoor Developer Jim Ray of Texas Commercial Investments described the project as a labor People love to come and we know he Were not here by We chose this area knowing it will be the new gateway to this communi See CITY Page 8A Characters of all ages come out for Halloween By Ron Maloney StaffWriter Ask a kid what the biggest holiday of the year and Halloween is second probably only to Thats about how it is for Skyler who attends Memorial Primary and was out Monday night with her older and her Teresa and Skyler walked up to Matt who was handing out the candy in front of Hastings in the She told Smith what her favorite can dy With a couple of missing baby the words came out sounding a little like chutsy This is always said who is 8 and attends Memorial You get to wear costumes and you get Skylers costume was while Coltins was a bloody skeleton a killer as his mom called a Canyon High School wore a costume that included a Hawai ian a goofy shorts and a pair of shades almost immediately recogniza ble to anyone in the news I want to be a Smith Im dressed as Hunter Have you heard of him He invented Gonzo He had the costume too everything except the ivory cigarette Smiths one nod to political cor At his relatively advanced all Smith gets to do now is hand out can which hes been he ever since he stopped trickortreating back about the seventh See HALLOWEEN Page 8A Junior Livestock Association facility plans nearing start By Ron Maloney Staff Writer The plans are and offi cials with the Comal County Junior Livestock Association are fast reaching the point where fundraising and oth er preparations will be made for its new facility on Texas The which could be worth million to will include a climatecon trolled barn that will be big ger than New Braunfels High Schools Unicorn Livestock Association Sec retary and Project Coordina tor Liz Mooney said the facil ity would be large enough and its doors large enough to drive four semirigs through at one It will include three meeting a computer a full AT A GLANCE H A fundraising campaign hasnt yet been launched for the new Comal County Junior Livestock Show Association barn onlexas inkind donations of services and volunteers are Anyone who can help is asked to call Liz Mooney at 830 commercial a banquet facility and parking for 500 cars and 28 recreational At more than two it would be one of the largest enclosed public spaces in the The banquet setting would seat more than Comal County purchased the 20acre property the facility is to be built on four See LIVESTOCK Page 3A Mostly sunny High Low 76 44 Details1B DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS 41 COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 21 FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 5A TV GRIDS 38 Bush nominee could mean shift in court Appeals Court Judge Samuel Alito By David Espo AP Special Correspondent WASHINGTON President Bush nominated Appeals Court Judge Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court on hoping to usher in a historic new era of judicial conservatism while ending a Republican divide that doomed an earlier pick Members of the Senates Democratic minority signaled a potentially bruising confir mation battle with abortion a key Har ry Reid of the partys asked whether Alito was too radical for the American people and wondered aloud why those who want to pack the court with judicial activists are so much more enthusiastic about him than Harriet naming a replace ment for Justice Sandra Day OConnor four days after Miers withdrew her said Alito has a deep understanding of the proper role of judges in our He understands that judges are to interpret the not to impose their pref erences or priorities on the the presi dent Within Alito collected support from many of the critics who had opposed Alitos politically conservative views were not in Of course hes against his 90 yearold told reporters at her home in Despite the unguarded comments of a proud Arlen who will chair Judiciary Committee told reporters in the There is a lot more to do with a womans right to choose than how you feel about it The Penn sylvania Republican cited adherence to legal precedent in rulings over 30 years upholding abortion after a private meet Specter I have no reason to catalogue him as an Breaking ground Land America Lawyer Title breaks f round on new facility in New Schools pride to collide in Wurstbowl By Ron Maloney StaffWriter In high school foot ball is the only reason for Friday This its also the wurst reason for Friday night in New The New Braunfels High School Unicorns and Canyon High School Cougars will meet for the 24th Wurst Bowl a series New Braunfels has won 19 including the last both decided by scores of 17 Both sides tliis year already have earned playoff Whats on the line Friday night when New Braunfels air game meets Canyons ground game will be crosstown bragging If New Braunfels loses Fri day it will have its first losing season since And wliile the Wurst results have been remarkably one Canyon isnt and shouldnt give anything up going into said Randy president of the Canyon Athletic Booster He should know Ms plays for the DAYS UNTIL KICKOW CANYON NIW MtAUNRLS WHEN Friday i WHERE Unicorn 8 TICKETS Advance tickets are for adults and for students at Canyon and New Braunfels high Tickets may chased Wednesday and Thursday from 8 to 3 at NBHS and from 8 to at CHS and on Friday from 8 to 1 at NBHS and from 8 to at Tickets at the gate will be for adults and for and hes been listening to the kids I think the Cougs are com ing out fired up this Pawelek 1 think this See WURSTBOWL Page 8A
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