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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 8, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas FOR ADC 780 If If NOVEMBER HERALD SPORTS VOLLEYBALL Smithson Valley faces Reagan New Canyon also in volleyball playoffs Page 5 FORUM SOUND OFF Guest columnist Kortnee Lamaree writes how compar ing potential renters to ter rorists crosses Page 4 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since CLICK 300 10 1 section 5OO DP 20 chance of rain High Low 87 68 DEAR ABBY CLASSIFIEDS COMICS CROSSWORD FORUM OBiTUARJES SPORTS TV GRIDS 7 8 6 6 4 3 5 7 Police say no dice to Bulverde casino By Ron Maloney StaffWriter say three Bulverde Road residents threw the dice and came up short over the weekend when they thought they could operate an eightliner casino in this Bulverde Police Chief Royce Goodson said Monday the trio were arrested on thirddegree felony charges of engaging in organized criminal activity by maintaining a gambling If the charges are punishable by two to 10 years in state prison and a Arrested Monday morning was Leia Arrest ed early Saturday in a raid on the suspected facility were John Edward and Terry Dale Police said they seized 24 eightliner machines worth about two handguns and in Bufflngton posted and Clark posted Both were released Satur Margerum still was being processed at the Comal County Jail on Monday All three lived in the home that police think was converted into a gaming Goodson said Officer Mark Andrews began the investiga tion when store owners told him people had come into the stores seeking directions to a Officer Andrews notified Donna who noti fied and we used a private car in plain clothes to try to see what was While the officers were at the a man came and the officers told him theyd See Page 2 WURSTFEST 2005 VOCAL INSTRUMENT TODAYS EVENTS Terry Cavanagh Aiipirw Express A DM OrMM j i l i j Alpanfest Al MeixonrTrio i I 10 Braunfels Art League Gallery 10 Art Stein Parade Sneak Braunfels Art League Gallery 10 The Braunfels Art League Gallery Kaffee Plaza 14 Heritage of Texas Handmade Furniture 25 Of Ferdinand Lindheimer Home OldTime Melodrama ArtsTheatre MANDY MasterYodeler Kerry Christensen yodeled for WurstfestersTuesday evening in the Das Kleine Zelt The Yodeler uses talents to bring cheer at festival By Jessica Sanders StaffWriter Its a its a its Kerry master yodel With only an accordion and a repertoire of sound effects and vocal Christensen packed The LittleTent at Wurstfest Monday Julia Jones said her father has been coming to Wurstfest for years and never misses Christensens annual Though this was her first audience with the mas ter Jones said she was equally impressed with Chris tensens final performance at this years Im amazed anyone can yodel like she Have you ever tried to yodel Its not an Idaho said he taught himself to yodel See Page 2 DIDYOU H Days after the 1998 flood that devastated New Wurstfest went on as scheduled in spite of the dam The festival matched every dol lar donated by guests for flood contributing more than to the Community Service Wurstfest donates days ticket sales to United Way By Jessica Sanders StaffWriter Giving back to the commu nity was as simple as going out on the town for Mondays Monday was United Way and all of the ticket sales from that day will be donated to the United Way of Comal Director of Wurst Relations Herb Skoog said die Wurstfest organization usual ly gives a generous donation to United but this is the first time that a donation is part of the We have no idea how much money will come this is all brand he But at any it will be a great Doug exec utive director of the local United said his organiza tion has the opportunity to See Page 3 New Paul Lutheran pastor looks toward future in ministry By Jessica Sanders StaffWriter Life in Texas still holds a few sur prises for the Jennifer My husband and I went on a picnic in Landa Park on and I couldnt believe I didnt need a jacket or she the new pastor at Paul Lutheran moved to New Braunfels last week from where she also was a Lutheran She will work with youth and other ministries and help oversee the running of a congregation of about Charles Pauls senior said Files ability to work with people of all ages was one reason she stood out as a candidate for We looked long and hard to find a someone who could minister to The Jennifer Fite people at a variety of he DeHaven said he also was impressed by Files long history with the Lutheran Her fam ily has a reputation of involvement and dedica tion to their Fite said her familys sup port was one of the reasons she decided on a career in ministry as a When I was in high a lot of people I loved and respected asked me if Id considered being a she I was thinking and praying about and decided this was Gods way to clue me in on his plans for Fite is a native of and attended the University of She graduated from Luther College in and has ministered in Washington and Her See Page 2 Election to decide issues By Ron Maloney StaffWriter Officials expect todays con stitutional amendment elec tion to have better turnout than most offyear amend ment Comal County Elec tions Coordinator Linnell Hinojosa said she thought Proposition the one defin ing marriage as a bond between one man and one woman and prohibiting all be the reason for higherthanexpected the office of Texas Secretary of State Roger Williams predicts a 16 percent See Page 2 Easy banking Randolph Brooks Credit Union opens new branch in New NBHS band to play for state title By Jessica Sanders StaffWriter The New Braunfels High School band battles today to be the best out of 20 other Class 4A bands from across die The Unicom Marching Band will perform in the University Intelscholastic League State Marching Band Competition at 2 at the Alamodome in San At judges will announce the bands that have been accepted into the which will begin shortly after the The Unicom Marching Band earned a spot in the state com petition after receiving the top score from judges at the UIL Area Contest on After the UIL area competi New Braunfels Band Direc tor Beth Bronk said that the per formances trouble spots have been but there is See Page 2 tmmam
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