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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 5, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas ALI. FOR ADC 780 ll 1000571 05/16/05 jliTHUEST HICROPUHLISHERS >27 F_ VANDELL DR .. PASO TX 79903 IM i i 11 ii 1111 I Ii H t ii ! 111 ti 111 THE SUNDAY DECEMBER 5, 2004 Herald-Zeitung LIFE HOLIDAY LIGHTS Annual Christmas Candlelight Tour to feature food, fun at several locations. Page IC COUPONS SAVE Smart Source, Eckerd and Walgreens offer savings for people during Christmas shopping. Inside Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852. Vol. 154, No. 18 36 pages, 5 sections CLICK | $1 .OO www: herald-zeitung.com I „ "-56825 00002 4 f Y TIT Y I 40% chance of rain High Low 72 62 Details .... 4B DEAR ABBY 2E CLASSIFIEDS ID COMICS 4C CROSSWORD 4C FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 1B TV GRIDS 2ECISD trustees discuss issue time limits By Leigh Jones Staff Writer Comal Independent School District trustees are trying to forget the money they almost saved and focus on the hope of saving more money in the future. Two weeks ago, trustees missed an opportunity to save $960,000 by refinancing a portion of the 1999 bonds at a lower interest rate. Between September, when administrators and financial advisor Duane Westerman presented the board with refinancing options, and November, when trustees were asked to authorize tile sale, the inter est rate climbed, erasing any potential savings. The district might get another shot at a lower rate, depending on bond market fluctuations over the next few months, but trustees learned a valuable lesson from this experience — three-month See CISD, Page 12A Parents, children build their dream house at ‘Great Gingerbread Event’ Council to approve restrictive covenant agreements AT A GLANCE I What: New Braunfels City Council • When: 6:30 p.m., Dec. 6 R Where: Municipal Building, 424 S. Casten Ave. By Scott Mahon Staff Writer After cancelling its regular meeting two weeks ago because of severe flooding, the New Braunfels City Council is scheduled to give final approval Monday to landowners who have signed restrictive covenant agreements that would postpone the annexation of their land for three years. The agreements would require landowners to maintain the current use of their land, and the city would agree not to annex the land. Mayor Adam Cork said the intent of the agreement was to give relief to landowners involved in agriculture until the Texas Legislature could find a permanent solution tor protecting ranch and farmland against annexation. State Rep. Carter Casteel, R-New Braunfels, has said she would work to support legislation that would protect ranch and farmland from annexation. Areas scheduled for annexation this year have been labeled numerically, as areas I through 17, and include 312 acres See CITY, Page 3A SVHS team creates lore with win over SA Taft By Will Wright Sports Editor SAN ANTONIO — Larry Hill recalled how his Smithson Valley football team felt in early September, when the Rangers lost their first home game since 1997. “This streak was a tribute to the 1997 team, the 1998 team, the 1999 team and 2000 teams, the 2002 team and the 2003 team,” I fill said following a 23-17 loss to Pflugerville on Sept. 3. Hill s statement that night, after a 32-game home win streak was snapped at Ranger Stadium, served as the prelude to a unique prediction. “This team, the 2004 team,” he added, “will have its rightful place alongside all the rest of them." Smithson Valley’s 2(X)4 team cemented its place in Rangers football lore Saturday, defeating San Antonio Taft 42-24 at Farris Stadium to advance to the state semifinals for the fourth time since 1998. The Rangers (12-2) will face League City Clear Lake (13-1) in a Class 5A-Division ll state semifinal at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Alamodome. They now stand one game away from playing for a state See SVHS, Page 3A SVHS 2004 POSTSEASON • SVHS 38, San Marcos 21 m SVHS 48( San Antonio Clark 20 ■ SVHS 51, San Benito 0 ■ SVHS 42, San Antonio-Taft 24Colored Stone Rings Starting al *99-^0EKKECi;"Jewelry factory nowusjau 651 N. Business LH. 35 240 New Braunfels MARiurm.ACt SWEET CONSTRUCTION Photos by DAVID INGRAM/Herald-Zeitung April McKean, left, adds icing to the roofline of the gingerbread house she and her daughter Madison, 6, built during the McKenna Children's Museum “Great Gingerbread Event" Saturday morning. By Bon Maloney Staff Writer GRUENE — Madison and Makayla McKean were in the construction business Saturday widi their mom, April. T hey were among the 50 families who built gingerbread houses at the Gruene River Grill as part of the McKenna Children’s Museum’s second “Great Gingerbread Event. ’ The fund-raiser, in collaboration with the New Braunfels Museum of Art and Music, also included an “open mic" afternoon for those who wished to try out their musical talents. The Children’s Museum is closed until early 2006 while McKenna builds its new home on West San Antonio Street. Debbie Voorhees of the Museum of Art and Music said the collaboration between two museums was a natural idea. Pearl Harbor Lxjcals remembers events during the day of the attack on Pearl Harbor. "Peggy Maxwell approached us to collaborate and we were happy to do it," Voorhees said. “This is just a great setting,’’ Maxwell said of the room overlooking tile Guadalupe River. A gingerbread house isn t quite like any other project a mom and daughters can delight in. Madison, 6, a Hoffman Lane Elementary School student, explained the construction techniques involved. “We put some icing there, and then some chocolate chips, then some gumdrops on the roof,” Madison said. She pointed to windows and a doorway, outlined in red licorice strings. “I don’t know what these are,” she said. I ler mother smiled and turned to Makayla, 4, who was sampling some of the construction material. “I like playing with candy and making a See GINGERBREAD, Page 2A Natalie Seidel, 5, positions a gumdrop in just the right place on the roof of her icing covered gingerbread house that she built with the help of her mother. 2004 CHEER FUND To donate to the Cheer Fund — ■ Stop by the Herald-Zeitung office at 707 Landa St. between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday or mail a check made out to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung to Cheer Fund, New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, 707 Landa St., New Braunfels, 78130. ■ To volunteer to deliver for the Cheer Fund — Call 625 9144, ext. 203 or show up at the Herald-Zeitung printing plant on Industrial Drive at 8 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 18. ;

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