New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 23, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 23, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 23, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Cloud cover throughout the day likely will result in rainfall tonight as winds from the north or northwest keep things chilly with gusts of 10-15 mph. The clouds likely will begin to tweak up Thursday, resulting in a partly cloudy weekend with highs near 60. Inside: CLASSIFIED _______________13-15 COMICS ________ 10 CROSSWORD ........................3 DEAR ABBY................. 6 EDUCATION .......................16 ENTERTAINMENT ________ 8 HOROSCOPE..............................10 KALEIDOSCOPE...........................9 OPINIONS......................................4 SPORTS .......................—11-12 TV LISTINGS............... 10 WEATHER. __________  2 Agencies United for Child Abuse Prevention will meet Thursday at noon at the YEH Dining Room in the basement of the Education Center, 430 W. Mill St. Persons should bring quarterly reports. To make reservations call Claudette Doherty at 629-2163.... Persons who are taking care of youngsters who have a parent (or parents) in, or going to, Saudi Arabia are invited to call Joyce at 629-9831 to talk about the possibility of forming a support group for the youngsters who may not be understanding what is going on. Joyce is taking care of her 7-year-old granddaughter whose mother is already over there and whose father is on his way. She thought it would be nice to have a gathering locally for persons who may need some emotional support during this trying time.... Cheryl Scott, whose son is a Petty Officer in the U.S. Navy and is stationed in Saudi Arabia, is still interested in setting up a support group for “everybody who has anyone they’re concerned about” in Saudi. Group meetings will allow folks to ask questions, get their problems solved — plumbing problems, insurance, anything. Scott has been in touch with the folks at Fort Sam Houston to determine who to call for help with various situations and to keep us informed and to help with any situations. Call her between 7 and 9 p.m. at 629-0441.... Two masters-lcvel counselors will be conducting sessions at Teen Connection, 1414 W. San Antonio, for children and for adults who have relatives or friends involved in the war. An therapy sessions also will be offered for small children to help them deal with their feelings. The sessions will start tonight at 3:13 p m. and continue each Wednesday indefinitely.... Israel weighs response united! STATES Fires could affect weather, economy By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Raging fires at Kuwaiti oilfields could affect weather as far away as Texas and help increase petroleum shipping costs, experts said as more reservists from the slate were called for duly in die U.S.-Iraqi conflict. The oil-pumping heart of Kuwait burned out of control Tuesday, spewing black clouds of smoke across the sky in what some saw as a bid by Iraq to screen its troops from punishing air attacks by U.S-led bombers. “If they start fires that are go*ng lo bunt ftom momhs into years, we will definite!) sec the smoke as well as the pollutants that will increase the greenhouse effect, the insulation blanket. which will increase the acidity of the rain, which will then increase the amount of ozone on the surface, here in the Dallas arca.” said Southern Methinks! University physics professor George Crawford. Crawford also said Tuesday that Texans have already started seeing more spectacular red sunsets because of fires that have damaged Kuwait’s Median landscaping will be finished soon The beautification project currently under way at U.S. 81 and Seguin Avenue is expected to be complete in February, says the assistant resident engineer for the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation. Crepe myrtle trees. Barberry shrubs, and sagebrush are some of die plants being planted in the median, said Kent O'Brien. The contractor for the work is Maldonado Nursery & Landscaping of New Braunfels. “Ifs a beautification project," O’Brien said. “It’s a landscaping job to come in and {Xii in some nice plants ... all of those will be placed strategi cally ... to create an aesthetically pleasing view from the roadway." TTtc project originated in the spring of 1988 when the New Braunfels Council of Garden Clubs approached the city’s Parks and Recreation Department about improving the appearance of the state highway medians at U S. 81 and Seguin Avenue. The city of New Braunfels received a gram from the highway department for the project ami will match that amount with non-cash contributions of labor, materials and site maintenance. Energy assistance available AUSTIN — Some low-income Texans may be eligible for help in paying heating bills this winier through the Home Energy Assistance Program, according to Texas Department of Human Services Commissioner Ron Lindsey. Lindsey said the one-time payment is available to many low-income households. Applications for energy assistance wre mailed to thousands of households that received food stamps. Aid to Families with Dependent Children, or Supplemental Security Income in December. Other low-income individuals may request an oil facilities. Aerial photos showed that the Iraqis blew up wells and storage tanks at Al-Wafra. a relatively small oilfield just across the Saudi border in Kuwait. Fires also raged in storage tanks at Shuaiba and Mina Abdullah, major refineries nearer to Kuwait City, the U.S. military said. The allied air war. which included lO.(KH) aircraft sorties in the first six days. and Iraqi retaliation could destroy the fragile Persian Gulf arca SM FIRES, Pag* J application by calling the toll-free number 1-800/252-8060 during the enrollment period of Jan. 28 through Feb.28. Eligibility is limited by girns income and resources. Aid is available for a one-person household having less than $628.49 gross income per month. The gross income limits arc $842.49 for households of two persons, $1,056.49 for three, $1,270.49 for four. $1,484.49 for five and $1,698.49 for six. Households are eligible if the cost SM FUNDS, Page 2 Planners: Iraq still has punch DHAHRAN, Saudi Arabia (AP) — U.S. military planners concede that bomb-battered Iraq maintains a strong offensive punch despite a week of fire from the sky. Israel, having taken another Iraqi blow, today pondered whether to hit back. U.S. Patriot interceptor missiles failed to knock out Tuesday's Iraqi missile anack on the Tel Aviv arca, but they turned back Iraqi Scuds zooming into eastern Saudi Arabia before dawn today. Meanwhile. Iran's official news agency IRN A said Iraq has claimed its ground forces launched an alack on allied forces in Saudi Arabia early this morning and captured allied soldiers. There was no independent confirmation, and allied officials in Saudi Arabia said they were checking on the report. An oilfield in southern Kuwait that was ignited by Iraqi occupiers was Sh MIDEAST, Pag* 2 Volunteer adventure Three bond out after arrests in drug bust By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Nmti Editor Three local residents arc free on bond today after being arrested on drug charges Tuesday when New Braunfels Police Department officers executed a search warrant in the West End. “It’s a good bust from the standpoint that it had all of the appearances of a “dope" house and dial’s been ripped up." said Police Chief C R "Dick" Headon. “Otic thing about this house is wc’ll chock and sec if it’s paid for and if so we’ll go for seizure of the house and we'll own that sucker," he said. Arrested during the Tuesday night raid was: Mario Campos Torres, 31, and Rebecca Gomez, 18. both of the residence aid Jose Morales. 20. of the 800 block of Oasis The search warrant was executed around 7 p.m. with the help of New Braunfels police officers, SM DRUGS. PIQ* I These lucky adult volunteers were the first to see the wonders awaiting children inside the Hallmark Kaleidoscope exhibit (the big yellow tent that popped up outside the New Braunfels Children's Museum) during training yesterday. The 60-minute exhibit is open for school tours dunng the week and open to the public Saturday at 9,10 and 11 a m. and 1,2 and 3 p.m. and on Sunday at 1,2 and 3 p.m. Admission it free and tickets are available 30 minutes before each session. After Kaleidoscope, where they explore and create art, children are invited to visit the museum, too. The New Braunfels Service League provided more than IOO volunteers to help staff Kaleidoscope, making it possible to bring the traveling exhibit to town. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) Penalty-free fare for the Super Bowl Super bow I Sunday is a day where millions of Americans gather with friends and prepare for the big game. It’s also a day where game time munching can sabotage the weight-loss efforts of even the strong-willed. See Page 9 New Braunfels Rangers move to 2-0 in Districts soccer Of the six basketball and three soccer games involving local high schools Tuesday night, only one emerged with a victory as Smithson Valley improved to 2-0 in district soccer with a win over Seguin CO® Bush condemns Iraq*s missile attack on Israel WASHINGTON (AP) — President Bush today condemned the continuing iraqi missile attacks on Israel as terrorism and thanked Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir for his “continued restraint.” SM Page 13 volWednesdayJan. 23. 1991 25 Cents 139, No. 50 707 Landa St., New Braunfels, Texas 78130 (USPS 377-880) 512-625-9144 One Section, 16 Pages Dr. Byron Augustin, a New Braunfels resident and geography professor ai Southwest Texas State University, will be a special guest at the New Braunfels Children's Museum Thursday at 4 pjn. He will be presenting a slide show on Saudi Arabia — a timely topic — and will be dressed in Saudi clothes. His talk will be appropriate for any age level, including adults. The slide show is an added attraction for the museum's Where in the World is Saudi Arabia? exhibit that is continuing. The exhibit also includes a desert complete with hot air blow dryer and heat lamp, an area on Arabic writing and clothing and more. Jayne Dimick, who recently fled Dhahran earlier this week, also is expected to talk with the children who visit the museum. The Children's Museum is in Courtyard Shopping Center.... Teen Connection's OED classes Im 8TAMMTI80N, Raft t To the finish School finance plan rejected Ovif Cressman, a Wimberly resident employed in New Braunfels, refinishes antique chairs outside a house off Gruene Road. The "finished" products sre sold through Faded Memories, an antique store in the Qruene Historical District. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) AUSTIN (AP) — Consolidation of school districts o* tax bases could be ways to make the state's public education finance system constitutional, the Texas Supreme Court said in ruling against the system for a second lime. The court added in its 9-0 ruling Tuesday that it was not ordering those specific reforms. But it said a constitutional system must be devised by April I. The school finance reform law enacted last summer after four special legislative sessions simply failed to restructure the system, said the opinion written by Chief Justice Tom Phillips. Quoting its earlier 1989 ruling the; the school finance system was unconstitutional, the court said the new law did not provide “a direct and olose correlation between a district's tax effort and the education resources SM FINANCE, Raga I Kuempel foresees new school battle on state legislative front By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Slate Rep. Edmund Kuempel says he is looking at another "hard-fought battle" in the Legislature since the Texas Supreme Court ruled Tuesday the state's public school finance law is unconstitutional. “I think it's a wide-open ball game again," he said. “I think nothing will be sacred." The Supreme Court said Tuesday Senate Bill I improved the school finance system, but essentially left intact the same funding system, with the same deficiencies, reviewed when Edgewood Independent School District in San Antonio first challenged the system. "Some of the alternatives might not be good, but it's a battle that's going to have to be fought again," said Kuempel (R-Seguin). "Obviously they did not like our first idea. I think it will be another hard-fought battle." Senate Bill I was passed after four special legislative sessions in 1990. "I had hoped that they might look at it a little more in detail. Obviously they still feel it is unconstitutional," he said. Local school officials were not surprised by the ruling Tuesday. Set SCHOOLS, Page I ;

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