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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 18, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas APRIL SPORTS SWIITFIST CLICK Spurs Duncan but ref who booted him gets heaveho from NBA 6A Learn the secrets behind decadent treats served to benefit the Comal County Child Welfare Pftga IB i ZEITUNG Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 134 18 2 sections Mostly sunny High Low 82 57 Details 2B DEAR ABBY 4B CLASSIFIEDS M COMICS CROSSWORD 3t FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 6A TV GRIDS 41 Testimony continues in sexual assault case By Jessica Sanders The HeraldZeitung Testimony began Tuesday in the trial of a New Braunfels man accused of sexually assaulting his stepdaugh Anthony Wayne was arrested by New Braunfels police on June after his then 16year old stepdaughter claimed he raped He posted a bond the following Local man accused of taping his teen stepdaughter The alleged now took the stand Tuesday to retell the events of June 12 and She remained calm and even smiled while talking about her admiration for who she called the womans testimony became hesitant as she described how Martin allegedly told her to have sex with She said she was talking to Martin about her thenboyfriend late at night while her mother was out of town on a business The alleged victim said she fell asleep next to him and woke up to find Martins hand under her He said I know youre curious about sex and the only thing I know to do is show she I told him it hurt really bad and kept saying It was the worst pain Id ever Martins stepdaughter said she told him she was getting a drink of put on her pajamas and snuck out of their house in the 800 block of Twin Oaks Drive to find She said she knocked on the door at her boyfriends but when Anthony Wayne Martin no one she made her way to a friends Defense attorney Kimbel Brown said inconsistencies in the victims story indicate that she snuck out to have sex with her boyfriend and then See Page 10A Doolittle Raiders College gunmans disturbing writing garnered concern Copilot Richard Cole waves from the cockpit of a B256 Mitchell tendolph Air Force Base on Tuesday plane is sim ilar to the one he helped fly during World War 7 remaining crew members take part in commemoration By Mark Koopmans The HeraldZeitung RANDOLPH AIR FORCE BASE Standing off to one retired Air Force Arland Philson and his quietly watched as about 200 Air men and civilians milled around a shiny piece of military history that had just land ed at Randolph Air Force Base on Were from Dallas and are in town for a few Philson We just heard the Doolittle Raiders were going to be here I knew Bob one of the men who flew on that He was my flight commander when I was a Air Force Academy Cadet in won der if hes going to be It was 65 years ago today that a squadron of 16 highly modified B25B Mitchell medium bombers launched off the USS Hornet a first on any naval carrier in a secret mission to bomb the Japanese mainland in direct retalia tion to the attacks on Pearl The raid was under the command of James Jimmy I Virginia Tech shooter referred to counseling By Matt Apuzzo The Associated Press AP The gunman in the Virginia Tech massacre was a sullen loner who alarmed profes sors and classmates with his violencedrenched creative writing and left a rambling note in his dorm room raging against women and rich A chilling picture emerged Tuesday of Cho SeungHui a 23yearold senior majoring in day after the bloodbath that left 33 people including who killed himself as police closed News reports said that he might have been taking med ication for depression and that he was becoming increasingly violent and Despite the many signs that came to light in the bloody police and university officials offered no clues as to exactly what set Cho off on the deadliest See Page 10A Photos by DAVID Four of the 14 surviving members of the Doolittle Robert MajorThomas Staff David Thatcher and Robert listen to a speaker inside a hangar at Randolph Air Force Base on Tuesday afternoon during a ceremony honoring Waste Management waits for a decision No date set for landfill expansion ruling who had volunteered to lead the first aerial raid on the Japanese The Doolittle as they quickly became dropped bombs over Osaka and accord ing to information from Arlington Ceme terys Web a Medal of Hon or recipient following the is buried at See Page 9A By Mark Koopmans The HeraldZeitung After a recent preliminary case hearing in a New Braunfels the operators of the local landfill must wait to hear the rec ommendations of an administrative law Waste Management operator of the Mesquite Creek Landfill which is west of the Comal Guadalupe county line off of FarmtoMarket is hoping for positive news from the State Office of Administrative Hearings regarding a permit to expand 96 acres of landfill by more than 64 With the expansion onto land already owned by the the landfill would increase to about 148 If the second waste disposal footprint of See Page 10A Donation helps 100 Club assist others in need By Suzanne Atha The HeraldZeitung The Comal County 100 a group that helps fam ilies of emergency medical and police personnel and jailers killed in the line of got a boost Tuesday from New Braunfels area McDon alds New Braunfels McDonalds managers Cindy Billera and William Standifer presented 100 Club President Judd Barley a check for McDonalds raised the funds by collecting and giving a por tion of their proceeds from a Good Friday We want to support all law Billera Its a worthwhile The 100 Club was founded in 2001 by a group of con cerned Its members give or more annually to the nonprofit organization so funds can be provided to the families of fallen The club is operated by an allvolunteer staff and has nol administrative ley said all of the donated money is available immedi ately to the Though its unfor tunate the club will be called upon for Comal County Sheriff Bob Holder One an officer will be killed in Comal he Donna OConner of the Bulverde Police Department saUi she hopes her department See Page 8A MIRANDA Comal County Landfill in the owned by Waste is nearing its permitting cap of disposed waste and currently is waiting approval for land expansion to meet the growing needs of Comal go on Wednesdcry Niehtsl Downstairs in the Prince Solms Inn 295 San Antonio 8307085411
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