New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 20, 2004

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 20, 2004

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 20, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas SATURDAY MARCH 20 2004 ZEITUNG VICTORIOUS Canyon girls soccer team wins its first ever playoff game vs Uvalde 30 Pago SA JT WOODALL Hoopla over movie proves soci over its not HlI and Comal County since 1852 12 pages 2 sections ICK CL Chance of storms High Low DEAR ABBY 6A CLASSIFIEDS 34B COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 2B FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS SA FRO NT and CENTER First EGA pool tourney comes to town right on By Ron Maloney Staff Writer Rack em up Tony Aleman cocked his head and watched as Tony Camareno racked a game of 8baU Friday night Aleman 25 a member of the New Braunfels Elimina tors billiards club worked chalk into the end of his cue and lined up the break care fully sighting down the shaft of the stick and slid his elbow back twice to test the shot Fingers splayed over the green felt he lifted the cue just a bit to put top English on the ball and fired it into the rack dropping one in a cor ner He made another missed a bank shot and it was Camarenos turn Camareno 36 a Comal Independent School District special education teacher and also a member of the New Braunfels Top Dawgs billiards club nearly ran the table It wasnt a night at Bobs Bil liards although it could have been It was the Texas Billiard Congress 6f Americas State Finals 2004 the Shootout in New Braunfels sponsored by the Comal County Pool League which began Thursday and contin ues through Sunday at the New Braunfjpls Civic Center The event began with indi vidual competition which ended Friday night Team competition including the Dawgs and the Eliminators continues at 9 today on nearly 50 tables In all Thurs day and Friday 222 men and 53 women competed for in prize money Today 83 mixed teams and 18 womens teams will take to the tables Four masters also will compete For master status a player must have compet ed and made the top 16 at the national championships The event first of its kind in New Braunfels will crown individual and lean state champions Steve Kjoyeijip director of the Comal Coun ty Pool League worked for more than a year to organ ize it and another billiards event to be conducted at the See FOOL Page 3A Voting precincts grouped in runoff By Ron Maloney Staff Writer The Republican candidates who made the countys three runoff elections drew for ballot positions Thursday County and Republican Party officials also agreed Thursday to consolidate some polling places for the April 13 elec tion Incumbent Precinct 1 Commissioner Jack Dawsons name will top primary challenger Bob Wickmans on the ballot In the County CourtatLaw 2 race Attorney Randy Grays name will be atop that of appointed Judge Charles Stephens In the Precinct 4 Constable race Deputy Constable Shane Rapp will be listed above former New Braunfels Assis tant Chief of Police Doug Dunlap County elections officials met with the candidates and Republican Party co chairs Don and Ginny Hensz to discuss reducing polling places for the runoff Elections Coordinator Linnell Hino josa said all Precinct 1 polling places from Smithson Valley to New Braunfels would be open for the runoff because of the commissioner election The same would be true for Precinct 4 from Spring Branch to New Braunfels for the constable race Hinojosa said The party and the county agreed to reduce polling places in Precinct 3 Thats typically a lower Republican Hinojosa said The candidates See RUNOFF Page 3A 2004 RELATED STORY Primary race los ers endorse runoff candidates PAGE 3A DAVIP Tony Aleman left watches as Tony Camareno tries to drop a ball into a corner pocket Friday at the Texas Billiard Congress of Americas State Finals 2004 the Shootout in New The event continues today at the Civic Center igate busy city streets between borne and school 2 government novices vying for seat on Garden Ridge City Council Joseph Britan wants to keep up the good work By Leigh Jonas Staff Writer GARDEN RIDGE Joseph Britan thinks Garden Ridge is headed in the right direction To make sure the momentum contin ues he is running for the Place 5 seat on the Garden Ridge City CouncU He is challenging Phyllis Noynaert Ive been helping the current city council off and on with various things like the My Fourth he decided when Georgia Buehler wasnt going 10 run that I would give U a Britaji appreciates the job the current council has done and looks forward to continuing thai Uend I tiiinfr wfl shftn services we continue to he said Another issue important to Britan is future residential and commercial devel opment The garden home concept is not over as an he said Preserving Garden Ridges natural resources round out Britans campaign slate Water will also continue to be an issue that we wji have to work he said abJe level of taxes fcr tne level of city Club and serves on its board of direc tors That helped me get to know lots of people he said The retired Air Force coJonel arid his have Uvfid in fttfdfn BMfip They have tyio grown Phyllis Noynaert wants residents to have a voice wWPw 2004 AD voting tor theGardjan Ridge municipal election will take place at dty Hall 9357 Schoanlha Itaad 15 is the last day to reg ister to Mote Early voting 8 am IP April By Leigh Jones Staff Writer GARDEN RIDGE PhyUis Noynaert believes people living on or near Bat Cave Parkway need a voice on city council To provide that representation she is running for the Place 5 seat on tlie Garden Ridge City council All council places are atlarp positions About six months ago we learned about tte Bat Cave Parity oqiansjon in of our she said We were very sur she bougtt her property Itoat experience to share that voice 1 would get with other people in our area The other council members live in other Effective communication is important to Noynaert She believes the corporate expe rience she gained during her career pro vided the perfect preparation for public service I feel I could be helpful with automa tion especially the Web she said 1 want to keep people informed in an easy way Noynaerf s schedule will accommodate her work on city council I have the time to do this she said Election Pay 7 j 1 am to 7 pm I i May 15 i business I w I wnuld n knour p wriai they ww doing of Nojwam is a pub lic speato and She and her hus band left in GacdeiiHidgetur 18 inginliouston ;