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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas TA 1 Sunday, July 17, 2011 1 herald-zeitung.com H w\ For breaking news, sports and traffic follow us on Twitter ®NtwBraunfflltHZ Become a New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Facebookfanatf8cebook.com Sign up for e-newsletter by visiting tbl* Herald-Zeiting online: heraW-zeitung.com ► COMING UP INTHE H-Z Tuesday Catch up with what happened over the ^ weekend in New Braunfels and Comal Wednesday Food writer Laura Lopez answers cooking questions from Herald-Zeitung readers Thursday Music writer Dale Martin has a finger on thé pulse of New Braunfels' music scene Friday Feel the need for speed? Make a pit stop with the H-Z's Motorsports page ► YOUR DAILY COMMUTE Upcoming road work and closures include; ■ Through 5 p.m July 29, Bridge Street between N Walnut Avenue and N. Sycamore Avenue ■ Through 5 p m July 22, temporary lane closures will be in effect from 8 a.m. to 5 p m. on S Walnut Avenue between W Coll Street and W Bridge Street. ■ At 1 p.m Saturdays, streets bordering the Last Tubers Exit on the Comal River will become one way and closed to through traffic This will be in effect from the intersection of E Mather Street and S Union Avenue to the intersection of W Lincoln Street and Comal Avenue ■ Tuesday and Wednesday, 9 p.m to 6 a m., Texas Hwy 46 at Mission Valley Road intersection and TBarM Driveway One-way traffic control will be used as needed The following Canyon Lake boat ramp closures have been announced because of low water: ■ Canyon Lake Forest, Ramp 5 ■ Canyon Lake Hills - - West, Ramp 7 ■ Canyon Lake Shores, Ramp 22 ■ Mystic Shores, Ramp 23 ► WHAT'S ON THE AGENDA Upcoming public meetings include ■ Water Onented Recreation District board, 5 p m Monday, WORD office, 1928 FM 2673, ■ New Braunfels ISO board, 7 p.m Monday, NBISD Education Center Board Room, 430 W Mill St ■ New Braunfels Downtown Development Board, 8 30 a m Tuesday, Council Chambers, 424 S Castell Ave New Braunfels Herald kZKrruNG HfRAlDZtlTUNG.COM 707 Landa St, Nhw Braunfels, TX 78130 (830)625 9144,fax(83ai625 1224 Published on Saturday, Sunday niornings and weekday mornings Thursday through Friday by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (USPS 377-88QI, 707 Landa Street, or PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas 78131 1328 Periodical postage paid at New Braunfels, Texas POSTMASTER Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, TX 78131 1328 Delivery Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by B a m, Tuesday through Friday and by 7am Saturday and Sunday can call 18301 625-9144, ext 229 Staff directory Doug Toney, Editor and Publisher, Ext. 201 doug toneyitherald /eitung com Autumn Phillips, Managing Editor, Ext 220 aphillips(®herald-zeitung com Shawn Lewis Assistant Managing Editor, Ext 221 slewisiffherald-zeitung com Chns Hoffman Sports Editor, Ext 223 choffman'&herald-/eitung com Kate Thomas, Copy Editor, Ext 222 kthomas!S‘herald-/eitung com Greg Bowen Staff writer. Ext 225 gbowenWherald'Zeitung com Dalondo Moultne, Staff writer Ext 224 dmoultrie®hefald-ieitung com WillWnght Staff writer, Ext. 218 wwright^ft’herald-zeitung com Laura McKenzie, Photographer, Ext 227 lmckenzie‘<i'hera1d-/eitung com Shannon Myers, Advertising Director, Ext 208 smyers^herald /eitung.com Jeff Fowler, Circuiation Director, Ext 228 )fowlerf®herald-zeituiig com Rosie Willingham, Business Manager, Ext 202 rwillingham«tierald /eitung com Henry Coello, Production Director; (8301625 5232 hcoello'ffherald-zeitung com Classified advertising, call 625-9144, ext 207, display advertising, call 625 9144, ext 208, obituanes, weddings, engagement, anniversaries, call 625 9144, ext 214 ■ newsviheraid-ieitungcom ■ sports®herald-zeitung com ■ planner<i5hera|d-/eitung,com ■ letters@hefald-ieitung com ■ email@example.com ■ advertising@herald /eitung com ■ cirGulalion<®herald-zeitung,com Grandparents win custody of girls KERRVILLE(AP) Ihe |).ir('nts ol ,i skvtn ("enlr.il íí*x.is worn,in fi.ivt* won ( ustody ot Ikt thil-(Ircn tnini tH(’ (i.irpnts o) hrr I'x-ministf'r hiisl>,infl now in prison lor Hrr killing. Ih(> kcrr (oiiiiK jury vol(*(l .liter (viglrl fioiirs ol (IriilKT.ifion on f rid.iy to awiirri ( uslíKÍy ol the 10 .iiììI I S*y(Mr-ol(l (laugh tcrs of M.itt and Kan Hak('r to [ini and l in da I )ulin ol fhr VVa( o siihiirl) ol Wi Kxfway ni(‘ I )ulins had sued f(>r ( usf(kK of their granddaughters, who had Ix'en wards of Ose ar and Barbara Maker ot Kerrv ilk' sime fhi'ir father was indu ted and jaiktl in Tfie verdi( f was greeted with tears from all sides, inc luding trf)ni th(vtwo girls. Th(‘ e|d('st girl wept as sht* sat Iw'tween frii'ndsv while th(' youngest wippt as Har-hara Baker held her. Meanwhile, the ()ulins enihrac('d eat h other and (ried, Malt Baker, who is serv ing a fvS-year prison sentent e lor murder in the JOOfr drugging and suftot ,vtii)n of his vvite, sh(M)k his hearl. I’rostH ufors at ihi’ tornn'r Baptist niinis-ters murder trial arguedfhat he had killed his wit(> so that he tould take up with his mistress and tri(*d to mak(‘ Kxtri Baker's fleath .ippi'ar to be a sui( ifle by over-fk)se ()nly prtssure from the Dulins ( om-pellc'fl (H)hi Í' tí) re-open the case and determine that she h<vfl been murd('r('ff . A (ourf-appointed adviser who ton-ducted homt' stuflies on both the Baker andOulin homes had recommended that the Dulins be awarded custody for several rtMsons, in( hiding the "unhealthy t'mo-tion.il ('nvironment" she says exists in the Bakt'r fiome. The atlvist'r, Stephanie Irul-son, said Matt Baker anti his parents ton-finut' to blame the I )iilins for Matt Bakt'r's int arc(»ratit)n. COMAi.IJKK Sam Houston State honors Carson Mariah Hawn ( arson r (‘ t (' I v e tl rt't tignifit)n from ^.vm Houston State Univt'rsifv ft>r a ( a tl e m i t (>xce Hence. She earnetl a 4.0 gradt'-point avt'rage lor tlle spring semesi<‘r. Her major is I or e n s i( ( hem I st r y Slalf re()orts LAURA McKENZIE Heralil /Hiliing Arniy Master Sq! Daiuei Robles stands witti wife, ErtuíSline, anij (iaughler, Mary, 10, during the National Anthem on Friday at the Biiild Briqa(.]e kick -ott cerenioiiy for Itie family's new home in Garden Ridge Homes for Troops building louse for disabled veteran By Dalondo Moultrie Ilie Herald /eitung VVlu're he previoiisK lived, rc'tirt'd MasUT Sgl Danit'! Kol)l('s (ould l)ai(4y ii.ivigate lh(‘ tight h.illways and luMven lorhid it he Irit'd to sil in his drivt'w.u, whu h slo )('(! so nuic h his whtM'l ( h.iir rolled j)ra( Ik a) y <iway. Now tli(‘ retired arm\ \eter.in uho lost his legs ht'low ihe knt'i's h) an improvised explosive devite in Irat] won't have to \vorr\ about any ol tliose pro!)lems. Robles, Ills u lie <ind d.iughlt'r altt'nded one ol two (ertMiionies I ridav morning, vvIhmi ton striK tion began on two new-, largt'r, mou' levf'l liomtvs that will be Aiihmk ans with Dis.ibililies At t-approvt*ti. And tlie homes are being don.it ed l)v tlie nonprolil I lomes for ()ur Troops. "M\ daughter alreadx knows whk h room she wants," Kobk's said ol lO-yearold Mary, who hatl lour iM'tlrooms to (hoose Irom, pie-t on strut tion. Homes tor Our Troops has built about 100 home!> in Í3 statt'S. Ihe Mass.Hhuselts-based t harity sr ret‘ns velt'r.ins and (k*tt‘rmint'S their need bt'tore buikling nt'W, wt'll-turiiished, (orn-tortabk' homes, s.ikI Neil 1 rustaglio, a voluntt'er re )res(‘nt,itiv(' tor wTiom tlie organi/ation built a iome last yt*ar in Marion. Irusi.iglio s.iid Homes lor Our Iroops iinds and buys lots on which to build, .irranges lor donations ot materi.ils and labor, .ind toordi-nalt's building ot tht‘ homes, Dan loveiuiale, Homes lt)r ()ur Troops tonstruction manager, said the homes art' built with lowc'f tabinc'ts, roll under at c t*ss to sinks, w^itk‘-turn ratlii anti other t(*atur('s ih.it mak(.‘ wht'elt hair use easier. Hornt's lor Our lroo[)s started c onstriK Iron about H:U) a.m. I riday t)ii the home lor the Robles lamih in (»aidtMi Ridgt' and tht‘ family of Amn Spet. ( raigAntlratle in Marion. Vt)kinleer (rews will work on the homt'S throughout the weekend. Robles said tu' ex[)et ts It) w.iil betuec'n Itnir .ind six mtHiths befort* (onstruc lion is c omplete and h(‘ ,uid his lamily t an move in. H(‘'s bc'en looking lorw.ird to his nt'W four-htnlroom home. "This last wt'ek has probably bet'n the longest wec'k ever," Robles Stiid. "Wt>'re prt'tty ext itt-d." with a minor in biologv anti (riminal justic e. ( arson is d 2010 gratluafe ()l Nt'W Brauntels. Several local students on Angelo State list Angt'lo Sfat(> 1 )ean's 1 ist lor the JO 11 spring semestt'r intludes the tollowing New Brauntels residents: N.ith.in 1) ( umberland, Brandie N. Debat ker, Kara K. Hot'ge-n.uier, Brandi N. Ht)rn Shi-net'se R. M,irtinc/, K.isu* R. Smith, lerris D Springlu'td and Kodv B, Willi.vms, To l)(' eligible tor the 1 )ean's 1 ist, students must be enrollt'tl tull-timc .mtl maintain a i GPA SFASU releases President’s List [lie tollowing are.i siU' dt'nls have bei*n named fo the Prt'sidcnt's 1 lonor Roll ,it Stc'phen I. Austin State Uni-v(Tsit\ lor th(' spring semester: I ).n\n M. lenke ol Nt'vv Brauntels. Stephen F. Austin releases grad list Ihc' tollowing are.) students re( eivt'd tlc'grees irom St(‘[)h('n 1. Austin State Uni-vt'rsity during May ( om-ment ement t'xerc ises. Rachel lynne (iambk> (Bul-\frtle), BSN, Nursing; Daryl Renet' Abbott (Nt‘W Br.vun-telsl, Math; lennifer Marie Booker iNt'W Br.iun-it'ls) BSIS, INSl. Gamble makes SFASU Dean’s List The lollowmg area student has bt'en named to the Dean's 1 ist at Stepht'n I. Austin Sfatt* University lor the spring semester: Rachel lynne (lamble (Bulvc'rde). Singletary on WCJC Dean’s List Wharton (Ounty Itinior ( t)llt‘ge annount i'd its spring 20 I I Dean's I ist, whit h int luck's Ronclic' lynn Singlt'lary ol New Braun-It'ls. lo be int lutletl on the list, slutk'nts t'arnc'tl at k'ast a J.5 (,1»A. Come and visit Tex-Specs Eye Exams & Optical llie only optical in New Braunfels to carry Fendi Frames! Flowers out of FOCUS? TCX^SPfCS The Oaks Shopping Center • 1551N. Walnut Ave., Suite 25 • www.TexSpecsNB.com H (830) 627-SPECS (830-627-7327)
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