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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 16, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Saturday, July 16, 2011 | 3A  Photo siitmiittecl  Paul Mueller, JPIlCHS Class of 2013, finished second overall in a iiatiofial Knights of Columbus essay contest. The essay contest was entitled "Why JFK's Words Still Matter," focusing on President John F Kennedy’s Inaugural Address and the 50th anniversary of that important speech. The National Knights of Columbus run an essay contest yearly, and choose JFK this year because he was the first Catholic president and was himself a Knigtit Paul's essay was chosen among almost 1,000 entries from 180 schools nationwide  Local student wins $2K, national rank for essay on JFK  By Jena Coolidge  Ihe Ht'i.iW-Zeitiinq  lolin tUul it ( .vfholii High S( h( M)l stu(l(‘nt fViul Mild er won Si,()()() tor plot ing second overall in a n.ition <il Ktiights ol ( olunibus ess.iA ( ont('st in Ma\.  \Uiell('r r.itiked n,itiontil-Iv .tniong almost 1,()()() entries Irom HOO dift(*rent sc liools in the contest vvhi( h teatured the essav prompt, "VVh\ |FK's Words Still Walter," lor the SOth anni\ersar\ ot )[ K's inau ji>iir<il address.  As ,1 summa c urii laude' tionor roll student, Wuc'ller's st hol.istu taU'nts extend Ivi'vond th(' hooks. He is a stud('nt council olticer, I atin ( lui) mc'mher, liturgi ( al ( hoir pianist, A( ademv Ic'am t (HTipc'tilor, cross ( ountr\ and track athlete', and ( ivil Air Patrol ( adet.  He is the son ot activc' dut\ Air tore«' physician and pilot 11. ( ol. Ì)r. Bill Muc'ller and U.S. Air tore e Rest'rvc's ( ol Ieri Muelk'r.  "Me IS so toe used on his goal," Ten MuelU'r said, "I je IS not gnitvg to let anv-tiling t.ikc' him away Irom that."  NhM'lter's essay, ")fk Ioda\," cc)mpares i ommu-  nism With terrorism.  "|ohn f. K('nn('dv's words on januarv JO,    still  matter m today's so( letv hex ausc' ol the' p.irallc'K that may he dr.nvn hc'twi'eti the* issue's ot te'rronsm, social umt\ and poverty, which re'm.iin evt'r pre'scnt in te)da\'s so( iet\," Mu('lle*r wrote  Te'ri Muc'lli'f said lu'r son IS iin rnsighltui writc'r, addle K'd to historv and c onst.jntlv eone c'rne'd with loe al ,ind national ( urrc'nt e'venls.  ''V\'heti v\(' lound out he' we>n, I was so )roud I e an hardls ele'se ri )t‘ it,' Te'ri Muellc'r said I wa'' .)1m ) so e*\e ite'd lor th(' se tiooi "  Ol the $J,()()() Mue'ller wofi. $ 1,()( )( ) w as awardc'el to john Paul II I ligh S( hcM)l. Muc'lle'r did not spe'nd his reward on the' nc'wc'st vicle'o game' te'chnology. lollow ing Ills dream to he* an Air Foret' [)ilot, \tue'1ler usc'd the monc'y to tunel we'e'k-long (anij) prope'lling him (loser to re'.u hing his ovc'r-all go.il.  Mue'tler atlt'ndt'd le'xas Wing ( ade't (ilide'f I light Acade'my at the So.iring ('tub ot Houston near W^alle'f.  Texas pilot’s remains sent home from Vietnam  HOUSTON (AP)  ,'\ i^)-ye<ir-o!cl Navy [)ilot killt'd on a homhing mission ui lae)s in April 19()() will he hunt'd Saturday with lull military honeirs in Wel)stc'r, outside Houston.  Ihe- reniiiins ot 11. ( mcir. William [’atriek [gan were identilied atler a !)NA sample' his meet* |)rovided al)out to ve'ars ago was m.)t( he'd bonc' fragments larnu'r in I .tos turnc'd over to I' .S. ottic iais in late  "I'vc' be'e'ii waiting tor tli('m to tind him iill these  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct ('reinatie)n  $775.00  (( (inipkte)  S77 0507 hiwtoftvxiisirematumsxoni { ,il| or sec website tor details  yetirs," his widow, Anne' [ gan, said Thursdav ds she* cradlc'd an urn with her husl)and's re'maius sliortK alter the‘v we're tlown te) Houston and prese'ntc'd to hc'r.  ( )n the da\ he died, f gan and another |)ilot launched their A-1 Skyr.iidc'rs oil the' aire rail c ari it'r USS Han-c c)c k te) atlae k a supply de'pot e)H tlie I lo ( hi Minli Trail wc'st ot the> Norlti Vic't-namt'se port ol Dong Hoi.  NB Aero supporters file new round of requests  ByGragBowen  Ttie Herald-Zeitiing  Su()fK)rters of NB At‘rt), which is involved in a legal l).ittle with the City ot Ne*w Braunfels, have fiFeel another round ol recjuests unde'r the' Texas Public lntorm<Uion Ae l tor emails sent by e ity i)fff-cials.  The' latest open-re'( ords reejuests were tileul We'dnesday at ( ity Hall, said ( ity S('( retary I’atric k Ate'n.  "We* made live r('e|uests tor emails bc'tween the c ity manager and air|)ort dire( tor only," said ( hris Penski, a lo( .it |)llot who hangars his .iirpl.ine' <it NB Aero and li.is Ix'C'n ii v(m ,il sup()orter ot the tirm.  "This Will remove' the' attorney-( lie'tit [)rivileg(' C'xe use."  In re*s|K)nse to an earlie'r Public hrtormalion Ac I  ref^ueM tor airport-related emails, city officials are asking the state attorney general to rule that, lx*c ause e>f attorney-c lient [)rivile‘g(‘, it not be re(|uire'd te> re4e*ase emails regarding NB Ae>re) sc*nt to or from the e ity attorne^y. Ke'side'nt Fred Mc Mich.vel C)n jiine' J {lilc'd a re'ciuest for e'tn.iils be'tvveem the e ity .ittornt'y, the c it\' manager .»nel the .iir[K)rt dirc'c -te>r.  The' ( ity, in re>sponse‘ to Me Michael's rt'CjuesI, is also asking the» A(j to rule' that .1 Pubi it Inlormation Ae t t'xemption prt)te'cting the' rt'le'ase t>l c'mails tle.il-ing with litigai It )ii be allowC'd.  Tilt't ity anti NB Ac'ro, whit h t)pe*r.ites an avia-tit)n businc'ss m fat ilitic's least'tl fre)m the t itv al New Br.vuntels Munie ipal Airport, are' lighting t t)urt  battles over a lease extension and a fuel-transfe‘r inc idem that resulted in the cily obtaining a restraining order against NB Aert) and the e losure t)f the firm's aviation fuel s.iles ope'ration.  Penski said he' l)elie've's it's likely the litig.itit)n-prt)-tc'c lion t lause alst) will be invoke'tl by the e ity c on e erning fhe ne>vv rt)und t)f t'mails  "I dt> think the' e ity will attevmpl tt> pre'venit dist Ic) sure t)l the emails," ht' s.iicF  The tollowing rec|uests w'ert' file*d Wc'dnesdav ;  •    Don |ot»s ol Austin lilt'd a rec|ue‘st lor emails i)etvvee'n ( ity Manager Mike* Mt)rrist)n and Air port I )ire't ft)r 1 e*nny I It'rt' na from |an. I, 20()M it) june iO, JOOM  •    |im Hohit t)f Marion lilc*d a rt'(|ut*sl tor emails  betwi‘c*n the* c ity managt'r and the airpejrt tl[rectt)r frt>m luly 1, 200** ft) De*t  n, 200')  •    Willi.mi l’earst)n t»t San Atilt)nie) tded a re'ejuest lor eni.ols be*twe*f*n fhi* c itv managt'r and the .iirpt)rl tlirt't lt)r trom |.iruiar\ 2010 through lufvt* 2() 10  •    Barrv (letiaske of San Anltvnio liletl,» r('t|ut'sl tor t'mails bt'iwe't'i) iht' t it\ managt'r anti Iht airpoil tltrt't tt>r Irom lulv 1, 2010 ihrtHigh I )t't . i I 2010.  •    (leorge W'\all ot St'guin alst) liletl a rt'ejuesl lor emails bt'lwet'ii the e it\ man.iger and iht' ,ur p( lit tlirt't 1( >r from |,ui. I, 2010 through lulv 12, 201!,  " 1 he ( tl\ mt\v has ,i F)unt h ol rtngr\ [iilols trom ,ill t)vt'r sni)(>))ing around h(»ping l< > liml s( unt‘tiling, Penski said  Crews busy on Walnut Ave. project  Construction of Dry Comal stormwater line continues next week  F rotn slatt reports  Workc'rs on the Walnut Avf'tuM' Ket t)nslruc tn)n ProjC'f t this wc'ek starte'd and ce)m|)le1e*d the' t'xe <i vatiftn ot the bore* |)it alongside' the Union Pat it It Railro.itl M.imline* I tr.u ks.  Assistant ( Ity Ingme'e'r ( )t lavit) ( lar/a saitl the* bort' pit IS whc're* workt'rs v\ill place' the* he',ivv-dut\ slt't'l salc'tx trenie h bttx anti the l)t)ring t'tjuipmenl that will l)e use'll to c rt'.ile tun nt'ls undt'r the trat ks it>r till' installation ol stormw.itc'r anti wale'r line's.  '( t>nstrue tion ot the' slormw'alt'r line* Irom the 1 )r\ ( emi.il ( re*e*k towartls I arula Slrt'e'l will t oiilinut' ne'xt we'ek," ('lar/a rc'ptrrl e*t! "The* water lint* e re*w will be working al ( till Stre'e*t anti St)ulii Walnut A\t'iiue intc'rsc't lion next wc'c'k."  Alst), work ctMitinuc'S on lilt' new lanes bt'lwt't'ii  LAURA McKhNZIF '• tkl/- - :  A seclion of Walnut Avenue between Lee Street and Stonewall Street is closHd lu soutlii'oiiiKj tr,^! tic on Thursday afternoon.  Dr\ ( omal ( reek anti t lli(.)ll Knox Bt)ult'vartl, hc' sa Iti.  lilt' $27.H millit)n prt)|-c'ct, sehetluletl le)i torn*  [)lt*tion in kilt' 201 i will rc'vamp and upsi/e WVil-nut, v\hich will have twt) lanes in c*at h tbree lion, lt*tt-Uirn lanes, nt*w snl(>-  walks, l.mdst aped mi'di ans, impr()\e(l t.niroad ( lossirigs and ulililtes, hike'-and l)ikt‘ tiails (MkI pt)( kt*t parks  WSJ publisher quits in phone-hacking scanda  lONDON (AP) — Kupt'rt Murtk)c h at t e[)t i e'd the rc'signalit)ns ol Fhe' Wall Strc'c't Itvurnal’s pul) Fisher anti tliechit'l t)f his British t)pt*ratit)ns t)ii f ri day as tlie t>nce-tlefianl mc'dia mt)gul struggle*d to contrt)l iin escalating ()hone* hat king se antlal, t)tle'ring apt)logtc‘s to the public iuul the tamily t)l a murdere*d se hoolgirl.  Fhe St antlal h.is knt)cked billit)ns oil the* value* ot ^turdt)c h's Ne*ws ( orp., sc utllc'd his anil)i titins to l.ike* ct)ntrol t)t a lue rative sate*llite* IV c t>m  pan\, withc'rt'tl his politi-cal power in Britain — and I'' thrc'alening to dc'slabili/e his glt)be-spannmg c'mpirc*.  Tlie t t)ntrt)versy I laimt'tl its first Murtlt)c h exc't Litive in the Unite*d State's as I c's \ lintt)n, e hiet exec utive ol the Mur-doeh-ownc'tl F)t)W lonc'S (S. ( o. anti publisht'r ot fhe Wall Stre'et journal, annt)unce'tl he* was re'signing with imnu'tli.Uc* C'tte'ct. Murtloth's British lieult'nanl, Kebekah Brt)oks, stepped tlown e'arFie'r 1 riti.u.  Host an Exchange Student Today !  ( ft>r S t)r 10 mt)ivtlis)  Make a trit'iul troni aliroatl.  i IÏIKh \oui l.iiiiiK wnh ■iiiitilu'i lulnin Niiu MHi 1..II1 liriM .1 l\i¡;li stimiil I \i h.iti|'y Miiih'iu pill •>! ■ liiiivi  It JIH.!', I n    Si .iiului.ivi.i  Ausit.ih.i; j.ip.in. 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