New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 28, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 28, 1991

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Issue date: Thursday, February 28, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 28, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas House plans vote on school finance reform See Page 4 Get your pencils its time for the weekly hunting See Page 8 President Bush says Persian Gulf war now behind us See Page 12 New Braunfels LULL OPUBLI 2 E YAHDELL DR EL TX 79903 84 75 t Idiieiiiino Texas 78130 USPS 377880 5126259144 Thursday 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377i 1991 25 Cents One 12 Pages Stammtisch Happy birthday The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung would like to wish Happy Birthday today to Eleanor Linda Lupe Martha Colt Chip Michelle Edna Dicrks Edie Leola Rod Stephanie Tul Mary Andrea Fuller and Vonnie Happy 13th wedding anniversary today to and Ignacio Know of a birthday or anniver sary Call our receptionist at 6259144 the day before wed love to share in the Winter Texan Reception The Annual Wine and Cheese Social honoring New Braunfels Winter Texans is tonight at the New Braunfels Civic Center from to Complimentary wine and cheese will be served by members of the Chamber of Com merce and the Wurstfest Associa Oma and the Oompahs will provide the 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 Family open house The Paniagua who lost their home in a fire invite their family arid friends cially those who helped them rebuild their lives to an open house March 2 at their home from 2 to 4 For more call Hospital Auxiliary The McKenna Memorial Hospi tal Auxiliary was organized in September True commit ment and sincere concern for the welfare of patients and families have brought more than 75 mem bers to serve in this Energetic both men and serve the communitys hospital in a wjde variety of posi McKennas Gift Shop is entirely operated by the Members assist patients in the admissions process and provide hours of clerical assistance to many other hospital February is the month the auxili ary makes a special effort to recruit new Persons interested in getting involved with the com munity effort of the McKenna Memorial Hospital Auxiliary are invited to visit the hospitals Social Service Department or call extension Defensive Driving The next Defensive Driving Course sponsored by the Indepen dent Insurance Agents of New Braunfels is March 4 and 5 from 6 to 10 There also will be a Sea Page 2 Good Day Following an overnight low in New Braunfels of 50 a high of 6568 is expected Although no accumulation of rain was recorded in the 24hour period beginning at 7 that likely wont be the story over night as morning drizzle could become showers later Wed nesdays high was For fore please see Page Inside DEAR KALEIDOSCOPE SCRAPBOOK5 TV votes to retain role in task force By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Editor Comal County Commissioners Court unanimously approved a resol ution today asking for the countys continued participation in the Alamo Area Narcotics Task The court also unanimously approved allowing Sheriff Jack Bre mer to continue as administrator of the mullicounty task Its a tool just like anything else on the war on Bremer said about the task The task force is funded by a grant under the Federal AntiDrug Abuse Act of Federal funds are filtered down to the states to fight the war on Comal County received notice that the Texas governors office has announced the availability of federal funds for a Texas narcotics control such as the Appli cations to fund task forces must be received at the state level by March Comal County submit an fora gnmffolr approxt maiely to administer the Alamo Area Narcotics Task Bremer said the money will be used to support the cost of providing per person nel training and supplies for more widespread apprehension of persons Woman out on bond in drug case By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor A New Braunfels woman is out on bond today after she wasarrested by officers of the Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force on drug charges this Judy of the SpOblock of Zipp was arrested Tuesday at approximately 5 after officers of the Task Force executed a search war rant at her Brown also is known as Judy Criter and Tina Bremer See Page 2 involved in no question in my mind Thafwe are mer This task force is looked upon as the model task force in the state of Texas arid we will be I guarantee Comal County Sheriffs Office See Page 2 Man struck by train at Gruene Road crossing New Braunfels police are investi gating the death of a local man who was struck by a Union Pacific train at the Gruene Road crossing early Samuel of North Union was pronounced dead at today by Precinct 1 Justice of the Peace Harold Krueger ordered an As the engines cleared the cross the brakeman noticed someone lying on the ground between the rail said Police Spokesman Martin The brakeman immediately applied emergency Bowen was found face The train was traveling east with 81 Lacework of limbs Trimming a tree at Harnpe House in the Gruene Historical District are Michael and Jeremy Kreiwaldt operates Kreiwaldt Lawn and Tree Care in New Photo by Erik Karlsson Fight pits pig against pet ordinance ByKATHRYNSCHOEMER Staff Writer Jackie Goodwin will do any thing to keep her pet Vietnamese Ive been here nine years and I would hate to live outside the city but Ill move first before I give Hamlet Good win Goodwin plans to fight a city ordinance that prohibits her from keeping her In order for that to she needs to prove her pet pig is not a The written in forbids livestock in the Were trying to make them realize these Vietnamese pot belly pigs are not hogs or lives tock but domestic she If someone were breeding pigs that would be one but Ham let is neutered and taken care of by a veterinarian just like any other she Goodwin bought Hamlet seven months ago at the recommendation of someone who knew she loved Ive always collected pig things and I was talking to a lady out in Weatherford who said Jackie Ive got the perfect little pig for Hes better than a dog because he doesnt get doesnt bark and doesnt shed and is only one tenth the size of a regular Goodwin Is a family pet or illegal lives tock Jackie calling Hamlet is fighting a city ordinance on the books since 1896 that prohibits the keeping of hogs in Photos by Erik Karlsson He also knows how to go up a go around in a circle and fetch a she Goodwin had Hamlet several months before animal control dis covered the It wasnt long before Goodwin was charged with keeping a pet that violated city I got a lawyer and called City Council about three or four she Goodwin and her Norman started fighting the city ordinance at Even though Goodwin lost her she plans to appeal it at the Comal County Court at In she plans to approach City Council with the ordinance to see if they can change Dean said they want to ask the court if the ordinance can be changed or clarified to include Vietnamese We feel there is an exception to this ordinance right now because it was written 100 years Goodwin said Vietnamese pigs are special animals and worth fighting Theyre so A dog is but a pig has a per sonality and they just kind of grow on Lee Ikels seeking reelection By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Comal Independent School District Board of Trustees President Lee Dcels is leaning on his past experience on the board as a main reason for running for The school district is in a dif ficult lime right Dcels Were going to be with the Legis with the wealthy district compared to the poor I feel like I can put some input on our part in to it because 1 know what were Ikels was first elected to the board in He is the director of technical services at WestPoint With the six years I have under my bell I think I can put some input on it to see what we can Dcels said about the major issues facing the dis I think it would be really diffi cult for a Dcels said along with the financial straits the Comal Independent School District is facing the board also must soon select a permanent superinten Acting Superintendent Arlen See Fiat 2 ;

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