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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas SPORTS QB QUALIFII Sophomore quarterback Za Rhodes is turning heads as takes the lead of the Unicorns SA STATE HEATID SENATE Democratic senators snarl over fines imposed during 11 Senators jaunt to New 3A 2 dstly i cloudy i High Low 90 65 I S5 I Details1B By Dylan Jim6nez Staff Writer NewBraunfels residents are one step closer to having more retail choices here at Wednesday the Infra structure and Improvement Corporation 4B board of direc tors funded the second half of a study that will yield a list of the 20 retailers most likely to be successful There was some uncertainty among board members about the of funding retail development with 4B City Attorney Charlie Zech told the board it could only fund infrastructure improve ments to encourage retail development according to new state economic develop ment Board Chairman Monroe has already cost city taxpay ers be use less if the second phase were not Our whole purpose was to have this entire study Miller The study would be grand fathered since it was set in motion before the new laws went into Zech You could make the argu ment that it was all part of a See Page 3A Tracking the news STABBING LAST WE KNEW Lewis Roberts was arrested Monday night for allegedly stabbing a 60yearold New Braunfels LATEST A judge set bail Wednesday at His alleged victim was released from University Hospital NEXT A pretrial hearing will be set in Guadalupe FnoisiTand CENTER YOUR VOICE Why is it important to pray for your school Jonie Canfield Spring Branch Middle School A lot of schools have a lot of You need to pray for teachers and students to help Robert Dallimore Spring Branch Middle School Askingfar Gods power to help the whatever the youre asking far Gods power to Jeremy Little Spring Branch Middle School We want everything to go Gods We want students to know about God and live by the Holy Victoria Snavely I Brooke Yerrington Spring Branch Middle School j Spring Branch Middle School Because thats what started i this nation is To show that we need Gods If you ask it will be People will let you God will never let you New Braunfels High School students pray early Wednesday morning as part of national See You at the Pole prayer About 50 students and faculty gath Its easier in this community Photosjjy DAVID ered at the schools flagpole and prayed for their teachers and fellow millions of students participate in the event every By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer Area students were among millions across the nation who prayed Wednes day for See You at the Our school needs to be prayed said Kelsey a New Braun fels High School Every body needs a helping Prayer has power if you believe in Hitzfelder was chairwoman for the event The event allows students to leave the politics and laws to other people while they focus on she Prayer is an act of students and is not meant to isolate Its a voluntary Hitzfelder Thats whats so cool about For those See You at the Pole is spiritual and We can speak out and let it be known that we can said Jonie a Spring Branch Middle School eighthgrader and Fellowship of Christian Athletes Many students involved attend Oakwood Baptist Church in New Will an Oakwood Baptist youth said students who par ticipate are respected by their peers because they are taking a stand for that in which they Students decide to be involved based on what their peers say and where they are Stevens Although teens wrestle with peer pressure every the event provides support for Christian It shows students that theyre not alone in this walking for Stevens It shows students that there are others that pray to God and who are not ashamed to come and be known for The SBMS students grew up togeth er in their small Even though were all different Students encircle the New Braunfels High School flagpole for prayer we all believe in the same said Brooke a SBMS Christian students in Comal Coun ty tend to be wellsupported by their said Melanie SBMS Most of these kids here are pretty strong to stand up and be a Christian in their everyday Taylor Some are not quite but its eas ier in this The same can be said for New Its probably a hotter topic in some but not in this Stevens Its still a small While being supported by their peers students also share a connection with other students across the The event teaches students leader and the importance of sponsors Watching students trying to build a relationship with God encourages she Its not a Its not a she Its acknowledging that we feel the need to get help from a higher Now 50 city says By Dylan Jimenez Staff Writer New Braunfels City Council approved the second reading of a safer shotgun hunting ordinance after increasing min imum acreage to Mayor Adam Cork broke a tie vote to approve an amended version of the pro posed ordinance set to gq into effect after Mondays Although he would prefer hunting not be allowed in the city at Cork the ordinance is a balance between imposing changes in lives of current and future The modified if approved would allow hunting with bird shot from a shotgun on properties larger than 50 acres hat would be annexed by the city after It would require hunters to fire weapons at least 200 yards away from property The ordinance also would require a permit be obtained from the police department That permit could be pulled if the property owner was cited more See HUNTING Page 3A Deputies seek help finding last seen Sept 3 By Ron Malonay Staff Writer SPRING BRANCH Comal County Sheriffs deputies and the Heidi Search Center are seeking dues about a missing Spring Branch Tommy Ward of the Comal Coun ty Sheriffs office said officials are looking for Lisa Roxann She is known as Roxie and is described as 5 feet weighing 165 pounds and Page 3A See Lisa Roxie 41 Last seen at her home 3 N Drives a green 1993 Ford plates TJC99N Contact the Comal County Sherrifs office at 6203400 Always always working for you Now Offering Wireless ;