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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 26, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Teen reporter Tara Williford sharing her See Page 4 White House blasts Husseins troop withdrawal New Braunfels Cougars fall to Fredericksburg despite strong See Page 7 73 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377i teltung 377880 5126259144 Tuesday 1991 25 Cents One 20 Pages Stammtisch Happy birthday The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung would like to wish Happy Birthday today to Elena Oon Randy Angelita Garcia and Brcnda Know of a birthday Call our receptionist at 6259144 the day before wed love to snare in the Rally planning Organizers of Saturdays pro troop support rally will gather to finalize plans at 7 today at the VFW 600 Peace The rally is an allvolunteer Citi zens are encouraged to attend the event beginning at 10 Satur day on Main Among the events already scheduled are a march to Landa picnic Adopt a Service Person signup areas and blood meeting The Comal County React group will meet at 10 Saturday at the Startz Cafe in The which monitors Channel 9 on citizens band radio and ferries information on emergencies and natural disasters to the appropriate is tryingi to generate public All CB and Ham radio operators are urged to Unique offer interested in helping the families of service members has approached the Rev Jeff Presbyterian with a unique Knowing that finan cial pressures likely are hell provide the labor for automo bile repairs to the spouses of indi viduals stationed in the Middle The person seeking help must pay for the Interested parties should contact Carlton at Winter Texan Reception The Annual Wine and Cheese Society honoring New Braunfels Winter Texans is set for Thursday at the New Braunfels Civic Center from to Com plimentary wine and cheese will be served by members of the Cham ber of Commerce and the Wurs tfest Oma and the Oompahs will provide the enter TC Yard Sale Teen 1414 San will host its regular spring Yard Sale this The sale will include a wide assort ment of winter along with clothes by the fur niture and Natures Way moved The February Natures Way Introduction to Bird was postponed last week because of The sponsored by the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation has been rescheduled for 28 from 4 to 5 at the Landa Park Children ages 5 to 14 will join the park ranger in an introduc tion tour to bird identification and bird Participants will have the opportunity to See 2 Good Day Mondays high in New Braun fels was 54 and the overnight low temperature was a chilly 37 Rainfall in the last 24 hours recorded from 7 Mon day to 7 today is For see Page Inside DEAR TV City prohibits daytime watering By KATHRYNSCHOEMER Sutt Writer A ban restricting residents from watering their lawns in the middle of the day was unanimously approved by New Braunfels City Council Monday Council approved the first of three readings of the ordi which would prohibit landscape watering between 10 and 8 This ordinace would be exactly the same as the land scape water restrictions applied in San said May or Arno additional restrictions would apply from the citys water ordinance if the aquifer dropped below a cer tain there are no constraints on water usage in New and the new regulations would help the Edwards Aquifers preservation which is a critical situa Becker wont be running By KATHRYN SCHOEMER Staff Writer New Braunfels Mayor Amo Becker said he will not be running for re election this year because of the amount of time involved with the The primary reason is that I need spend more the and there are also family members said Becker of his A mayor is under enormous obliga tions thai take up a great deal of time The primary reason is that I need to spend more time in the business and there are also family mem bers Mayor Arno Becker much more than he Becker said he will miss serving on city Its been a real experience because when youre on the you naturally become aware of things most people are not aware he As a council members become involved with the city and it becomes a very fulfilling he who owns Becker Motor Company was elected to City Council in May He was elected mayor in May 1990 replacing Doug Becker represents District 3 on City After elections each council members select the mayor oneyear Man jailed on assault warrants By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Newe Editor A New Braunfels man remains in the Comal County Jail today after he was arrested Sunday at his home on warrants issued out of Dallas County and the FBI stemming from charges of sexual child James Calvin was arrested by New Braunfels police at his apartment on Academy Street and remains in jail without A local investigation by New Braunfels police turned up informa tion that Lewis was wanted out of Dallas said New Braunfels Police Detective Paul Dallas warrants were on charges of aggravated sexual contact with a and two counts of indecency with a child and the FBI warrant on a charge of flight to avoid Peterson said he expects to file two local charges against Lewis Lewis will soon be transported to Dal las he The Edwards Aquifer is 8feet below normal and if it gets too the Comal Springs could dry up and the city would lose its water attractions for the tourist he Many people already have requested an ordinance restricting landscape watering all year he Last directors of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce passed a resolution urging council members to provide an ordinance that would require year round limitations on lawn The resolution requested City Council to amend its water conservation ordinance to include limited lawn watering from 7 to 9 throughout the Council members are expected to approve the second and third reading on the ordinance in subsequent Banks donations to let city extend Fredericksburg Road By KATHRYN SCHOEMER SUM Writer In a 70 New Braunfels City Council members Monday approved Citizens National Banks donation of two tracts of land and to extend Fredericksburg Council accepted the located at the intersection of Fredericksburg Road and Landa Street to serve as a rightofway between the two This project is an enhancement of the LandaFredericksburg Drainage which was built to stop flood ing at the said City Man ager Paul This gives us the rare opportunity to work with a private I think its good for the bank and good for he They need that road in there and Ste 2 Tossing time The activity of tossing a flying plastic disk makes that boring wait for the school bus war mer and more interesting for Noah Photo by Erik Karlsson CISD will seek local applicants By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor The search for a Comal Independent School Dis trict superintendent will be limited to inhouse The board of trustees Monday after meet ing closed doors for an hour authorized act ing superintendent Arlen Tieken to post the position inhouse to receive applications and state ments of interest for the We are looking inside for the time said Board President Lee Trustees are searching for a superintendent to replace Bill who died of cancer in Decem ber Tieken has been serving as acting super intendent since he was appointed by the board He now has the authority to execute all docu ments on behalf of the Tieken said last night he would apply for the per manent Theres nine or 10 individuals within the dis trict that are qualified or certified and if they are interested in this position what we are wanting to do is to get their said board member Leroy Applications must be submitted to the board president by March The vote was unanimous to search inhouse for a Board members include Lee Leroy Tom Larry Bill Bill Hays and Clay Spud Potter will seek another term By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Comal Independent School District Trustee Tom Potter is the first person to file for a pos ition on the May 4 school board election Its just no time to get out theres too much at said Potter minutes after he filed for He filed after the school board meeting Monday We need p experience on the We Cotter need responsibility on the board and I think I can provide both those Potter has served on the Comal ISD board of trustees since he ran for the post in He is per sonnel director at Packing See Page 2 CISD teams third at decathlon By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Newa Editor Comal Independent School District students who took top honors at the Texas Small School Academic Decathlon in Fort Worth Sunday are the shining stars at home this I think it reflects not only on the coaches that were directly involved with the But it also reflects upon the quality of the teachers that those students had throughout their said Acting Superintendent Arlen Students from Smithson Valley High School and Canyon High School participated in the Decathlon along with 23 other Texas schools with school enrollment of students or Based on their gradepoint members compete in either varsity or scholastic Each competitor delivers both an impromp tu and a prepared is inter viewed by a panel of judges and writes a timed Team members are given objective tests in mathema social language and literature and fine The Smithson Valley team placed first with the Canyon High team placing Members of the Smithson Valley team also won first place in the Super Quiz where students fielded questions before an Each member of this team was awarded of the in scholarship awards during a luncheon Sunday which closed the event in Fort Members of the team are Matt Steven Sandra Cnerrice Kelly Hoi Shane Arthur Langen John Marquis and Andrew Coaches arc Ann Rider and Ann Members of the Canyon High team received scholarships of Members are Nicole Tim Rayman Elizabeth Travis Glenda Kenny Marisia Parra and Warren Coaches See DEC Pefle 2
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