New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 23, 2005

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 23, 2005

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Issue date: Thursday, June 23, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 23, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Ill1 i 7f0 it r VWIH JUNE SPORTS LITTLE LEAGUE The best teams are flexing their muscles as the Little League playoffs Page SA i INSIDE I AUCTION I county host annual I property auction I offering a variety of goods for Page 2A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 186 14 2 sections CK 8 IIII56825II000011111 1 o Sunny High Low 96 70 Details1B DEAR ABBY 3B CLASSIFIEDS 4B COMICS 2B CROSSWORD 2B FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 5A TV GRIDS 3B Killing for hire trial could start Monday By Ron Maloney StaffWriter A district judge will decide today whether an alleged killing for hire scheme involving the wife of a for mer police officer goes to trial next and if Jonathan and Samantha Kaderli are scheduled for a hearing on three pre trial motions before 207th Judicial District Judge Jack The pair are charged with criminal conspiracy to commit capital mur If proved at the charge is a firstdegree felony punishable by between five and 99 years in state prison and a Jury selection is expected to begin Monday To be determined in a hearing set on Robisons 9 docket call will be the question of whether to try Childs and Benavides together or separate ly whether to provide defense attor ney Glen Peterson with a copy of a statement Childs made to District Attorney Dib Waldrip in November as part of a rejected plea agreement and whether to change the trial ven ue to Hays or Caldwell county because of pretrial See TRIAL Page 3A Taxes could build dream sports complex By Leigh Jones StaffWriter New Braunfels Parks and Recre ation Director Stacey Laird has big dreams for a youth sports If money were no her facility would include soc baseball and softball tennis a or indoor swimming and a recre ation center with a fitness indoor classroom space and basketball SPORTS COMPLEXES While Parks Director Stacey Laird works on gath ering financial pro jections for a city other local groups are working on plans for a pri vate Check Fridays Herald Zeitung for an update on Weston Fields and the New Braunfels Youth expansion money is an and Laird must come up with a way to get the funds before her dreams even have a See COMPLEX Page 3A COMINGSUNDAY Growing problem Drug abuse is a threat throughout Comal impacting users and their loved Council support moves landscape law forward By Leigh Jones StaffWriter Every time bulldozers break ground on a new commercial New Braunfels loses a little more green native plants and trees give way to office buildings and parking developers are not required to do anything specific with landscaping to mitigate the effects of their asphalt and concrete on the towns but that will change soon with the adoption of the new Landscape and Tree Preservation ordi Council members met Monday to dis cuss the proposed ordinance and basical ly liked what they The developed by the Tree and Landscape Board and the Develop ment Code Steering with input from the Planning and Zoning Commis spells out landscaping requirements for commercial developments and pro vides for tree removal and Parking lots will no longer be a sea of black but will include one tree See LANDSCAPE Page 3A LIVING WITH DOGS Garden Ridge woman loves all of Gods creatures By Melissa Johnson StaffWriter GARDEN RIDGE Mar gly has always had a love for ani mals that knows no As director of the Schertz Humane Margly has turned her house into a makeshift shelter to accommodate the more than 10 calls she receives a day about unwanted One call may come from a pet owner who is moving to an apartment and cannot bring her animals along whilemehext may report a card board box full of kittens dumped on a Since the Humane Society has no physical Margly and about 25 volunteers have turned their guest bedrooms and back yards into temporary safehavens for lost or abandoned Margly designed her current house especially for the purpose of taking care of with wood lam inate floors and 6feet high chainlink fences surrounding a back yard that spans twothirds of an She estimates that she spends five hours a day feeding and cleaning up after her nine foster dogs and cats as well as her 13 personal The companion the satisfaction I get from knowing Im helping them find thats why I do Margly I dont consider it a chore its like changing a babys diaper its not the best thing in the but when you love its worth Margly explained that after spending so much time with the orphaned many became Photos by MANDY Violet Margly feeds the family of cats shes currently a momma and her a young kitten needing a peeks around the Below meets a new dog that was picked up as a stray and brought into Paw run by Angela to be given a flea bath and While he doesnt have a name hell stay at Paw Prints until a foster home can be permanent What happens when you foster a pet is that they dont get adopted and the alternative is euthanasia is not a pos sibility once youve had them for a Margly Since the organiza tion has no physical adoptions take place through postings on its Web site Margly said there are many benefits to Web adop tion and housing pets in foster homes as opposed to tradition al We adopt a lot of animals via the Web Margly Its an easier way to adopt because you dont have 50 dogs barking and standing up in their cages saying adopt See CATS Page 3A Investigators still seeking cause for explosive Canyon Lake fire By Ron Maloney StaffWriter CANYON LAKE Comal County officials believe the fire that destroyed a Greenwood Street mobile home Fri day likely started in a Deputy Fire Marshal Wayne Elling state Deputy Fire Marshal Tom my Hubertus and other officials returned this week to the scene of the blaze that destroyed a mobile an outbuilding and several vehicles threatening an adjacent home before Canyon Lake firefighters brought it under We brought out the state K9 and the dog alerted on one Elling ton We pulled a The results are not back from the lab Officials have not identified the res ident of the who was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital for psy chological evaluation and then moved to a psychiatric facility in San She is still under Elling ton including County Fire See FIRE Page 3A MANDY Canyon Lake and Spring Branch firefighters rush to extinguish flames leaping from a house fire American Born Brewed Jhr inily ninjdr biewtu thats still Owned ;