New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 22, 2007

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 22, 2007

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 22, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas SPORTS FOOTBALL Spring drills begin Monday for SV's Rangers; NB, Canyon to follow. Page IB +    LIFE KNITTING New generations of men and women are joining in on the age-old art form of knitting. Page 1B Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852. Vol. 154, No. 139 36 pages, 5 sections $1.00 herald-zeitung.com j _ , . . iif'f tfcf* ri*^ Chance of drizzle High Low 4 8 i Details ____3B DEAR ABBY 3E CLASSIFIEDS ID COMICS 5C CROSSWORD SC FORUM 4A 79 66 ' SP0RTS OBITUARIES 3A IB TV GRIDS 2-3E Fun fit *-. / * * r ^ - ' J 4 - * L 1 - 1 - * ' I ' - L ^ ^ s ' 1 ^ .' * " F r h >� + l lLtL' i- F- . - l H ft'- 1 '. -i � >' t- ."  ' l'V, ��--.. ^ f hi- x4 d - .- Max Molthen, 12, prepares for a fast dismount off of his bike as he finishes the near four-mile cycling portion of the triathlon Saturday.The race included a swim of 200 meters and a mile run after cycling for the 11 to 14 age group. � � 4: - h - h V I h ] * ' L , ^ r h r j 1 ' l I 1 p 1 * l r B ^ F" * - fc F H 1 i!" ' ' L ' Girls ages 7-10: Izzy Hall, first; Isabe11* Westin, second; Christina Tirado^ third; i, u� * f t A 1 , - t Boys ages 7-10: Jack Molthen, first; Nathan Ploeger, second; Zach^ry Jackson, third. % . - ^ 1 4 .� fc 4 H b 1 ' + t , ' f ' j . r 4 * - i1 H h �. I � -\ - J - � * F x H - - 1 Girls ages 11-14; Laura Bellm, first; Sara Oix, second; Alexa Haverian, third. - * �, i .....* * ^ 1 Boys ages 11-14: Max Molthen, first; Timothy Tirado, second; Andrew Skowronek, third ' - See RESULTS, Page 9A  Photos by MIRANDA LAINE/Herald-Zeitung Swimmers in the Schlitterbahn New BraunFit triathlon Saturday push their way through the 100-meter swim during the first leg of the race. About 230 young athletes participated in the swimming, biking and running race. � About 230 young athletes take part in annual triathlon By Mark Koopmans The Herald-Zeitung he sound of birds chirping in the to 14- year-old age group doubled that distance, while the senior group of 15- to 16-year-olds tripled the course. This year's triathlon, an event officially 1 � + 4 i 3> :c% l ' fit An tree-lined parking lot of the Schlit- sanctioned by USAlYiathlon, the govern-terbahn Waterpark Resort compet- ing body for triathlons in the United States, ed with the sound of parents cheering as drew 235 young athletes, race director - - fc. � hundreds of children participated in the local attraction's fourth annual triathlon Saturday. The course for the Schlitterbahn New BraunFit .triathlon - a race that combined swimming, cycling and running was designed for three age groups. The 7- to 10-year-olds set the pace by swimming 100 meters, biking slightly less than two miles and finishing with a run of more than a half mile. Participants in the 11- Lauren Ramsey said. The young athletes were well-represented by friends and family members, many of whom strategically placed themselves -and their cameras-around the course to capture as much of the action as they could. "This is our daughter Kristin's first time/' said Carla Hazel of Canyon Lake, watching her daughter put on her helmet in prepa- r See TRIATHLON, Page 9A i r hj *Ph* �� _ + JL - ^ ^ I � mi-^'K - * 10'.�  i * T ' *p" � h � r f If, � v , - . � r ' ' , V' I i . ' f � * - , "I r ' t" " tl^L-r^l XJ j x ^^1 # -I r" .1,1 ',^,h' , . , � � '� �i J-t  - Beatrice Pelicano, 9, makes her way around a turn during the half-mile running leg of the Schlitterbahn New BraunFit triathlon on Saturday in which dozens of area youths competed. i Council to discuss litigators to handle city lawsuit By Suzanne Ashe The Herald-Zeitung A lawsuit filed against the city of New Braunfels on behalf of an unincorporated association of business owners and residents that calls itself "Stop The Ordinances Please" is set to be heard on Friday. The temporary restraining order, temporary injunction and permanent injunction petition was filed in the 207th District Court. Lead attorney Scott Tschirhart said the case is scheduled to be heard at 9 a.m. Friday in Comal County District Court. The city council will meet Monday in exec- utive session to approve a contract for legal services to defend the city in the case. The city is considering employing San Antonio attorney William M. McKamie to represent the city. Paul Isham, former interim city attorney who handed over his duties to the city's new attorney AlanWayland on Monday has said the city needs to be in the best position to defend its ordinances. "Due to the transition, we're not really equipped to handle this case right now," he said in a previous interview. "That's why we'll be hiring a firm out of San Antonio to represent us." 4 �. , .^ -1 . . ,. .. - ^'X. .,' "j'-"C'"''-v:'- �' � : Wnat:N9W Braunfels City.Cdunoil, ; �! � WhenLSpeciaJiineetin 4 > ^ i J - JF P E 5 p.m. vy th the regu ar. - H l j �' . '' �>.'>� j � | , 1 'Tf HWIWI /V^IIT; IWH 'VI.IMIIIK'Yt^l/W'.::'- "STOP is made up of a large group of people who feel the city has overreached its See COUNCIL, Page 11A Gunman at m NASA feared being fired � Man given a poor job review By Rasha Madkour The Associated Press (AP) an Johnson and feared being fired police said Saturday William Phillips, 60, smuggled a snub-nosed revolver into the space center Friday, shot David Beverly, 62, and barricaded himself with a hostage before shooting himself in a building that houses communications and tracking systems for the space shuttle, officials said. Houston Police Chief Harold Hurtt said Phillips bought the .38-caliber revolver and 20 rounds of ammunition March 18, two days after receiving an e-mail from his employer citing deficiencies in his job performance and outlining an improvement plan that Phillips was to follow. A copy of the e-mail was found in Phillips' lunch bag on the day of the shootings, police Lt. Larry Baimbridge said. On Friday, Phillips had lunch with Beverly and another man, police said. Then, early that afternoon, Phillips entered Beverly's office with the gun in his hand and said "You're the one who's going to get me fired," Baimbridge said. . After Beverly talked with Phillips for several 'minutes, trying to calm him and suggest ways to improve his job performance, Phillips shot him twice - once in the right leg and again in the chest, Hurtt said. Phillip See NASA, Page 9A COMINGWEDNESDAY * 1 t 1 \ � L ' �JF l^fc*- l.j r i Fields of irises are in bloom thanks to a local couple's Transmission lines a cause of concern Airport officials say safety is key By Mark Koopmans The Herald-Zeitung Local residents have two weeks to register their support or concerns regarding a new transmission line that could affect safety at New Braunfels Municipal Airport and will affect local landowners, detractors of the proposed $175 million project said Thursday. The Lower Colorado River Authority Transmission Services Corporation is proposing to build a new 345-kilovolt double-circuit transmission line known as the Clear Springs/Zorn-Hutto project. Parts of the plan also will affect landowners in Guadalupe County. The LCRA, a nonprofit conservation and reclamation district that provides energy, water and community services to Texans, plans to take the first of its three new circuits from the Clear Springs Switching Station, on Link Road in southern Guadalupe County the expanded Giileland Creek Switching Station in eastern TVavis Coun- ty. This will be accomplished by using various-^d transmission towers ranging in size from 80 See LINES, Page 11A WOW 2006 FORD TAUftUS SE i �r., juno, A/C Pwr. Windows Pur, Locks 4 BLUEBONNET i X fJTl U l' Ol u Jeep tmttitt 866-446-1243 http'7/www.bb(notors(com 0856825000028 ;

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