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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 5, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Phtine lines keep TV stations busy DALLAS AP The woman on the other end of the telephone was cHbking to hold back her tears as she talked about the fear she feels for her son sta tioned in Saudi She needed someone to talk to and she found someone who knows how she See Page 3 Ethics again among top issues AUSTIN AP When the Sharpstown bank and stock fraud scandal spread over state government like a malevolent cloud 20 years Ann Richards was a suburban Austin housewife and John Hannah had left the Legislature to bcconic district attorney in See Page 5 Hall of Fames board votes to ban Pete Rose NEW YORK AP Baseballs career hits leader wai barred from the Coopcrstown ballot Monday when the Hall of Fames board of directors voted 120 to ban Ineligible players from SeePage6 t iAteJihtSEO r 707 TexM 7lSO I y Partly cloudy and mild conditions today seem to signal a high in the mid60s and light north winds at less than 10 holding the chances for rain to less than 20 Partly cloudy conditions tonight and a chance for early morning fog tomorrow should keep the overnight low near 47 and Wednesdays high to about Inside DEAR TV 2 The Comal County Health this week is moving its regular shot day from Wednesday to Families with children needing innoculations are encouraged to arrive early because availability is Hours are from 9 to 11 and 1 to 4 at 100 Main Suite Don from the State Democratic will be in New Braunfels tonight at at 1892 Palace Drive to pre sent the essentials of information to Young Democrats of Comal in their 20s are encouraged to Call Tiffany Durham at or Caroline Holte at 6200203 for more i New Braunfels High School Class of 1991 will be presenting the Senior Follies in the high school cafetorium at 7 Wed Admission is for adults and for Everyone is welcome to attend the which will raise money to defray the cost of next years The MidTexas Alumnae of Zeta Tau Alpha will meet at the home of Cathy 417 Sad at All area Zeta Alumnae are invited to New Braunfels Emergency Com munications Club invites the publ ic to a series of fundraisers to help the Jesse Allen Allen has incurred extensive medical bills because of a severe The first event will be a garage sale 9 and 10 at 245 Nacogdoches from 8 to Saturday and 10 to 5 The second event will be another garage sale at 1550 Marigold in the next few The third event will be a drawing for three prizes on March 30 and tickets will be sold by representatives of the All proceeds will go to the Allen family and area folks are asked to help the New Braunfels Emergen cy Communications Club and Rescue Squad make this a suc cessful For more infor call Southwest Texas State Universi ty will hold a Financial Aid Awareness Week Financial aid workshops are sche duled throughout the week to update students on changes in aid application The week is a project of the Texas Associa tion of Student Financial Air The SWT effort is being coordinated by the Universi tys Office of Financial The workshops will be held in the LBJ Student Center in the San AntonioBianco Room 14 and 15 at 9 13 at 9 and 4 and in the Sabi nal Room 12 every on the from 9 to 5 While the official application priority deadline for completed financial aid applications for the SM 2 Surveywork Focusing on some survey work at Landa Street and Fredericksburg Road Is Scott Bundick of Cude Associates in New His crew was taking advantage of a survey at the new Citizens Bank building site to sight In some information for pending construction on Fredericksburg Photo by Erik Karlsson Comal appraisal directors accept Rhodes resignation By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Comal Central Appraisal District board of directors unanimously approved accepting the resignation of Chief Appraiser Richard Rhodes today after a 45minute executive district was in one hell of a mess before Richard said Board Chairman After four years of heading up the Comal Rhodes submitted a let ter of resignation 30 to accept the chief appraisers position of the Ellis County Central Appraisal District in Though the Ellis County CAD has not formally appointed Rhoades to the Kathy who has served as interim chief said the board may take that action tonight after an execu tive Rhodes will replace Chief Apprais er Russell who was placed on medical leave in August 1990 and later resigned in Rhodes after the board took action this that he will miss the staff In my mind this staff has been the finest group of people that I have ever had the privilege to work he I will miss each and every one of them to a great This has been the finest learning of my life and it has enabled me to further my profession and to have the opportunities that face me Rhodes resignation from the Com al CAD is effective The board also this morning named 2 Local police have part in drug seizure By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Touted as one of the largest drug seizures in South Central Texas in a officers from a DBA task force of which New Braunfels Police Department is a member confis cated 200 kilograms of cocaine and arrested several men in It comes out to 450 pounds of said Drug Enforcement Administration Agent in Charge Ver non of the San Antonio Dis trict Charged Monday at the Federal Courthouse in San Antonio were Arturo of Seguin and Armando Felix of Both men have been charged with conspiracy to possess with intent to Bonds will be set during a hearing at Another person was arrested during the but hasnt been formally Hernandez is being held in the Wackcnhut Jail Facility in San Anto while the other two men are in separate jail facilities in the The men were arrested late Friday when officers closed in on them in an area around The which has a street value of about was found hidden in the bot tom of a sheep trailer with hay and a load of sheep on said New Braun fels Police Chief Dick We know that was one of the stop ping points for whether it was going to be broken up in smaller loads or not I dont Parker Parker said the wholesale value of a kilogram of about The investigation initiated at a DEA office in Eagle where the cocaine shipment Parker When the cocaine started mov See Page 2 NBISD must postpone report on sex education The scope of tonights meeting has been but the New Braun fels Independent School District Board of Trustees will go ahead with its 7 The study on Energy will be discussed and non agenda items and audience participa tion will be conducted in the usual Competitors fromMBISD win medals New Braunfels High School com peted against 22 other large schools in the Region V Academic Decathlon Competition 1 and 2 in Round Its competitors included 13 Austin and Round Rock municipal high Copperas Cove Bryan CE Ellison and Killeen High Leander Temple Belton Waco High and Waxa hachie This number of large high schools throughout the state who also competed on All four small high schools in Region although not competing against the large automatically advanced to The largeschool Region V com petition was but New Braunfels High School students outperformed all other schools in the area of Fine Earning medals for their pro wess in the arts were Jenny with the highest competition score Allison gold Faith Friel bronze Courtney A planned discussion of the Secon dary SelfResponsibility an abstinencebased program of sex will be announced Assistant Superintendent Mike Materials needed for the presentation did not he NBISD trustees meet at the Educa tion Center board 430 Mill utetj students took Saturdays Region Valley High placed first In the srm division and sori Valleys team points and brougty dual ana1 18 team Boih sqnools qre to the state c haveH aJwaVi academic excellence at Allies target republican Scud sites Saudi Arabia AP warplanes today struck deep inside hunting down missile launchers and hammering Saddam Husseins crack Iraq vowed calling for terror attacks on allied targets The USS Missouris 16inch guns boomed again silencing a troublesome Iraqi artillery battery in Kuwait with six the military On the battleships big guns were used in combat for the first time since the Korean Baghdad was rocked during the night by another allied AP correspondent Salah Nasrawi reported from the Iraqi He said smoke and fire reached into the sky and terrified residents fled to bomb Nasrawi quoted travelers as saying Saddam Husseins hometown of Tik 90 miles north of had also been under intense Baghdad radio reported 373 more air raids during the and said residential areas were among those It declared that the allies must pay for the destruction they have rained on Do not spare any interest of any of the countries taking part in the aggression against your an announcer Fight them with all your in all their wherever they The radio broadcast a series of cryptic messages that sounded like coded instructions for terror attacks by agents It was impossible to tell if they were Saudi Arabia indicated today that it would deal harshly under Islamic law with anyone using the kingdom as a staging ground for terror The interior Prince said anyone undermining Saudi security would have a hand and a leg cut off or be the Saudi news agency The warning came after a sniper shooting late Sunday in the port city of Jiddah that shattered glass on a shuttle bus carrying military per Two Americans were injured by flying glass and the gunman The allied air war thundered into its 20th day Before F5 Strike Eagles equipped with night fighting radar rode tails of white 2
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