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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 24, 1989, New Braunfels, Texas Governor signs request for nutritional grant AtJSf tN a day pf disputes on die tus 6f a fedefal grant request to feed needy an Side said Bill Clements will approve the proposal in tifiiefof See Page 5 Dallas owner denies team has been sold Despite published and broadcasted officials of the Dallas Cowboys are denying that the team is about to be sold to art Arkansas businessman who wants to replace Coach Tom tandry with Miami Hur ricanes Coach Jimmy Seepage close or mJ ty over the next encountering stiff splat to ttions is age 14 New Braunfels 75 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377880 Ztituno I77880 5126259144 Friday February 1989 25 Cents One 14 Pages Stepping but vt By STEPHANIE DAVIS Staff Writer A local is investigat ing a Corhal County justice of the peace clerk who was discharged Thursday for possibly altering says Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Harold This is under investigation by the Texas Ranger on our Krue ger The auditors office didnt even find I did in the investigate JP clerk Krueger told the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung he discharged Alicia Chapa for altering not for This is Krueger said about further commenting on the Chapa said this morning she did not want to comment until she spoke with her Texas Ranger Ramiro Ray Mar who is conducting the investi was out of town Friday and unavailable for Comal County District Attorney Bill Reimer said he requested Mar tinez investigate the records after Krueger brought the matter to his It was brought to my attention that there was a problem and I did request Martinez to check the records out of the request of Judge Reim er Were not checking Judge Its just More than local employees notified Farley buys out WestPoint for the New Braunfels Junior Miss the 27 local cbntes ries todayat Final competition will be 7 Saturday at winnerof weekends competition will advance to the Texas Junior Miss this summer in New Photo by Deryl Clark Caste el announces for third CISD term FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS Its another day at New Braunfels two WestPoint Peppcrell mills today following the Thursday announce ment that Farley has won its four month battle to purchase WestPoint Pepperell in a billion Georgiabased Peppcrell and Chicagobased Farley made a joint announcement in an Atlanta news conference Thursday that Farley will per share in cash for perells outstanding stock and refi nance Pepperells Farley chairman William Farley began his hostile takeover bid in October when he offered to pay or for all out standing shares of West Point Following that WestPoint Pcppcrell officials advised stockholders to reject Far leys saying the offer was not in the best interest of nor in the best interest of WcstPoints employees and their Farley later raised his bid to per or a total of Fol lowing the most recent howev Peppcrell directors determined that the terms of and the mer gcr are fair to The mer ger is to be effective in 30 Pepperell stock closed at per Thursday afternoon up the New York Stock v WestPoint Pcppcrell claimed to be the largest publicly held textile and apparel manufacturing company in the with sales of more than The firm employs a total of with manufac turing facilities in 12 states and six foreign There are approximately employees at the New Braunfels Mis sion Valley and Isclin Local employees were notified of the deci sion Thursday A West Point Pepperell spokesman in Georgia said this morning she is not privvy to any information about what if would occur on the local The WestPoint company was See Page 2 NBU budget ends in black A New Braunfels lawyer is seeking another threeyear term on the Comal Independent School District board of Trustees in a May 6 Carter Casteel said she likes what she has done for the past five years and announced she will run to keep her seat on the Ive either been a teacher or on the school board for the last 40 of my 46 I want to continue working in the education said who is seeking her third term Casteel has and masters degrees from Southwest Texas State University and received her law degree from Marys University in She currently is president of the board and has served as The last five years have been real rewarding to I hope theyve been of benefit to the Casteel She said the boards major con cerns are growth of the districts stu dent population and the boards to Its very important for the board to See Page 2 Ending cash balances and shortterm investments for New Braunfels Utilities are percent ahead of original budget Utilities trustees approved midyear adjustments to the 198889 operating budget during a regular meeting Thurs day The review showed NBU to have an addi tional in ending cash and shortterm invest The budget for the fiscal year projected the utilities would have an ending cash and short term investments of The revision showed NBU had NBU Assistant General Manager Karl Zipp said the will be the beginning balance for the next fis cal year which begins in The budget is adjusted at midyear to fine tune the origi nal projections are approved in We know now what the picture looks said Board denies zoning variance A New Braunfels man will not be allowed to rent his mobile home and live in a recreational vehicle on the same The Zoning Board of Adjustments denied a variance to allow Wesley Tilton to rent his existing mobile home and park a recreational vehicle on the property for his use as a The vote was by a 41 margin Thurs day The city received 14 negative and five positive responses concerning the var iance Most of those opposed to the request said they believed if it were property values would be They the board felt like the request violated deed said Planning and Environmental Area man Pulling it together arrested for theft After allegedly stewing approxi mately pounds of aluminum from his employer in a Seguin man remains in the Comal County jail today on theft Norman Eugene remains bars hpnd onthefjmpre than ffian He is charged with stealing nuin from Lone Star Dig Casting where he his worked for eight said detective Juan New Braunfels Police They were stealing the aluminum Qusme think its a spiisey with but I havent able to identify the The which makes ajujnjh num blocks fQr chain end single was it in thats how I tracked him SiWl Development Director Mike Tilton will not be allowed the use his recreational vehicle for residential but little else will be changed by the Shands said the Zoning Board of Adjustments is reluctant to grant a variance which may not by granted in the same circumstances in another area of the Damaged airliner lands this month alone he at New UraunfeJs are dpnafing time te mafee table working J havent proved gjg psrtll lor the American Cancer Society tour of Trie soqjety fund raiser will be April HONOLULU AP The fusel age of a United Airlines jumbo jet ripped open shortly after takeoff today and eight to 11 passengers were apparently sucked from the federal aviation officials The damaged airliner returned for an emergency landing with at least 11 other passengers Initial repQrts had referred to an explosion aboard the Boeing but there was no immediate Some passengers described hearing an while others described a hissing sound and a tearing away of the National Transportation Safety Board spokeswoman Drucella Andersen said the jet had departed Honolulu International Airport with 336 passengers and 18 crew members at for New Zea and It fm m mw mem ber Jan KptyJp and Defitee Standing are Sha KnJbfeS and Jaannl0 Photo by Deryl ward baggage area on the right side of the There were some apparent discre pancies in the As an automa tic record of course we asked it to be Reimer In an interview with the Herald Zeitung this Comal County Auditor Bate Bond said he discovered unusual transactions in the justice of the peaces fee fund after Krueger brought it to hi s attenti See Page 2 tobd day Its supposed to be a beautiful Todays high was expected to reach the mid 60s with mostly cloudy Saturday will be partly sunny with a high near Sunday should sec a high in the mid with a high Mon day in the Inside DEAR RELIGIOUS TV Stammtisch Get those chocolate gastronomi cal ready and mail the entry off today or Saturday for the second annual Chocolate Extravaganzas Cooking with Chocolate The deadline originally was but organiz ers will accept entries through about Monday for the contest open to adults and youth 8 to 14 years Entry forms are avail able at IGA Food and The Gold Send them to Marzetta 1971 Palace New Tex as Contestants may enter up to two with one recipe in each the categories are pics and tarts cakes and cup cakes cookies and brownies other desserts and Recipes sub mitted by youngsters must be eas ily prepared by someone between 8 and 14 years old adult supervi sion will be but the preparation must be done by the There is a entry fee for each For more call Gaskamp at 6200840 Ann Moore at 6252475 or Sandi Estes at The Chocolate Extravaganza is March 5 at the Civic Other fun events that day will include a silent auction with lots of great and booths for about 20 along with a silent auction with many prizes donated by local Door prizes will be given away every 30 Entertainment will be provided by jazz bands from New Braunfels High School and Canyon High along with the New Braunfels Community Admission is for adults and for seniors and Children under 6 will be admitted Proceeds from the day will benefit the Comal County Child Welfare Board and the Emergency Childrens Comal County Texas Exes are invited to the Texas Exes Banquet at Schwarnkrugs Steakhouse March 2 with cocktails at and dinner at 7 The guest speaker will be Wallace a professor of aerospace and mechanical Cost is per Exes are asked to RSVP by Sunday by calling Jayne Jochec at 6256916 work or 6252242 Texas Exes from all around the world gather on Texas todepen See 2
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