New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 1, 2007, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 1, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10A — Herald-Zeitung — Sunday, April 1, 2007 Students nabbed after putting laxatives in food MIRANDA LAINE/Herald-Zeitung Peter and Richard Lockwood, followed by a aroup of runners, talk as they draw near the finish of the SAFEhaven Kinderschuhe 5K run/walk Saturday morning in Landa Park. HOLTSVILLE, N.Y. (AP) — Some eighth graders got an ear ly start on April Pool's Day when they handed out doughnuts laced with laxatives to classmates, but it was no laughing matter when five were ticketed by police. There were no apparent injuries but ambulances were dispatched f riday to Sequoya Middle School on Long Island as a precaution, a spokeswoman for the Sachem School District said. Suffolk County Police said 19 students and a teacher ingested some of the doped doughnuts. They were screened by tile school nurse, I loltsville Rescue personnel and field physicians from the county health department. Two 13-year-olds and three 14-year-olds were charged with second-degree tampering with a consumer product. The teens, who were not identified because of their age, were issued appearance tickets for Family Court and released to their parents’ custody. Classes proceeded as usual, but parents were given the option to pick up their children. The district also said it would take “appropriate disciplinary action.” RACE CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Money raised goes to buy students shoes but Bielberg probably traveled farthest to compete in the event. The Australian said he was in town visiting the Uss family, who also participated in the race. New Braunfels resident Austin Liss, 12, said he started running with his dad to improve his performance on the sports field. "I was having trouble breathing when I started soccer season a few years ago,” Austin explained. “Almost every day wed go out and run about a mile and a half, and then my dad would ask if I wanted to go to two miles — we’d just keep pushing it.” Now Austin and his father, Melvin, take part in almost every 5K in the area and are preparing for another race in San Antonio next weekend. “I was in the Marine Corps and did a lot of running in high school,” Melvin Liss said. “When my son started training I thought it would be a good way to get back into it.” The winner of the half-K race, New Braunfels resident Matthew Hitchcock, also shared the special day with his father. Matthew’s mother, Debra, gave play-by-play race com fit Overall: Gabe Lucido and Angie Rae Cantu I* Overall Masters: Vicki Ralph and Mike Vordenvam M 10 and younger: Makenzie Daggett and Conrad Carbaugh H11-14: Kayla Skinner and Payton Purdy Si15-19: Kara Jean Schmidt and Patrick Boyce * 20-29: Liz Lucio and Peter Lockwood P 30-39: Victor Viesca and Jeanie Mize lf 40-49: Jane Adams and Paul Schaefer Ii 50-59: Beth Matulich and Chris Gunter I160-69: Frank Payne and Diane Pepin I 70-79: Mildred Schumann and Luke Oliver I' 80-89: Jim Southard mentary to Matthew’s father, Matt, over the cell phone. She said her husband was in Colorado, where the family will be relocating in the coming weeks. “I had him on the phone while I was standing at the finish line, so he could hear me screaming when Matthew ran by,” Debra said. Matthew, 7, said he aspires to be a track star in high school and that the key to speed is really very simple. “I exercise a lot because I play basketball at school,” he said. “But I don’t practice running.” ECONOMICAL AUTO REPAIR All work guaranteed. Check my prices. ■ J. Will beat any shop rate. <^> k ■ Call Steve I 830.237.0627 LIO |||||^L Parts & Labor .til for [Vt ins On Ut hor ( oupons! 15% off 30/60/90/120Kmi scheduled maintenance service Off State of the Art 'Computer Diagnostic $19.99 Rebuilt and Used Engines A Trans Installed at Discount Prices 839 L. 1-35 • New Braunfels, TX Walnut Business Center • Behind McDonalds 0 YOU HAVE YEAR-ROUND ALLERGY SYMPTOMS? Central Texas Health Research is looking for volunteers to participate in a research study of an investigational medication. Qualified participants will receive compensation up to $595 for time and travel. Water park’s fake volcano bursts into flames DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — An imitation volcano in a hotel and water park’s swimming pool developed delusions of grandeur, forcing guests to flee to tile parking lot in their bare feet and swimsuits. The 20-foot-tall plastic volcano at the Edgewater Hotel and Waterpark started belching black smoke and shooting flames Thursday. The hotel manager said a malfunctioning internal speaker ignited the fire. Firefighters helped put out the fire, but not before part of the volcano melted. The displaced swimmers were given blankets and directed to the nearby Perkins and Black Woods restaurants. Once guests were allowed back into their rooms, the staff treated them to in-room ice cream Thursday night. The Edgewater reopened in January 2006 after a 14-month, $20 million remodeling project. Call Today: (830)609-0900Service Schedule Holy Thursday • 7:00 p.m.Good Friday Stations of the Cross - 12 Noon • 1:00 P.M. • 2:00 P.M. Liturgical Service of the Cross and Holy Communion - 3:00 P.M. Living Stations of the Cross - 7:00 P.M. Holy Saturday Easter Vigil Mass - 7:3(1 P.M. Easter Sunday Mass - 8:00 A.M. 9:30 A.M. (in the church) 9:30 A.M. (in St. Mary’s Hall) 11:15 A.M.Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church 386 N. Casten 625*4531 unviv.sppnb.org 9RL4A ;

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