New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 29, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 29, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung wishes “happy birthday” today to Darlene Aguirre, Ryan Renee Rodriguez, Amanda Molina, Frances Simon, Adam Radford, Elaine Chipman, James Stolte, Larry D. Merz, Gus Villanueva and Gladys Tierce. “Happy birthday” Monday to Chris K. Bowers. Jane Furhmare, Jesse Saenz Jr., and Eugene* Pre uss. Belated birthday wishes to Billy Williams, Priscilla Gonzales, Clarence Simon, Sharon Hodge, Keith Trammell, Yvonne Dc La Fucnte and Joyce Rciningcr. “Happy anniversary” today to Lionel and Sarah Lopez Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Esther Medina and Frank arid Margaret Ray os. Celebrating an anniversary Monday, John and Amelia Kovalcik. Know of a birthday or anniversary? Give our receptionist a call the day before at 625-9144 we’d like to share in the greetings. Kitchen course The Comal County Extension Service is offering the American Heart Association’s Culinary Hearts Kitchen course Tuesday through Thursday at the Extension Office meeting room. The course will focus on recommendations to reduce the risk of heart disease Lab experiences and food preparation will be a part of each session. The cost is $10 per participant and reservations are required. Call 625-9178 for more information. Farnsworth to speak Bill Farnsworth of the Oakhills Rotary Club will be the featured speaker Wednesday at the weekly meeting of the New Braunfels Rotary Club. Farnsworth will speak of the Rotary district's recent Group Study Exchange with District 119 in England. He will be accompanied by some of the Exchange team members and will use slides to illustrate his remarks. The club meets at noon,every Wednesday at Eagles Hall rn New Braunfels. Trade seminar The city of New Braunfels and the Alamo Arca Council of Governments will sponsor a seminar, “How lo trade with Mexico and Germany” al 6 p.m. Tuesday in the conference room at the Municipal Complex, 424 S. Casten Ave. The seminar will guide participants through the process of trading with Mexico and Germany or setting up joint ventures. Jim Forester with the International Trade Division of the city of San Antonio and Dagmar Gricdcr with NCNB’s Foreign Trade Office will conduct the seminar. Life Chain ll planned Last year, about 700 Comal County residents stood shoulder to shoulder in a cold rain, holding up signs with two messages: “Abortion Kills Children” and “Jesus Heals and Forgives.” ITuit first local Life Chain was part of what has become an annual nationwide public stand against abortion. This year, New Braunfels Life Chain ll is scheduled from 2 to Ii Sn STAMMTISCH. Page 2A Good Day A high in the 80s, with partly cloudy conditions accompanied by winds from the cast to southeast at IO mph. is forecast for today. Following an overnight low near 60 degrees, partly cloudy conditions Monday should yield a high in the 80s. For weather details, see Page 2 A Inside: BUSINESS.............. CLASSIFIED........... ...........S-14B COMICS.................. BB, IO-16C CROSSWORD........ ................3 A DEAR ABBY......... EDUCATION........... ................SB ENTERTAINMENT 7B HOROSCOPE BB KALEIDOSCOPE .............I BB OPINIONS ................4A SPORTS.............. .........13-15A TODAY'S LIFESTYLES ...1-20D TV LISTINGS.....................1-9C WEATHER..............................2A Parade route Monroe Henk, above, for the fourth time led the Comal County Fair Parade through downtown New Braunfels — his 25th parade and the 23rd for his horse. The pace was set by the music of bands from schools throughout the county, including the New Braunfels High School Unicorn Band, far left Thousands lined the parade route — some in lawn chairs, some sitting or standing on curbs and others from their cars The fair continues today, (Photos by Annexes Schlickenrieder) A «4s!bIfU 75 Cents Vol. 139, No 224 CP°py np 4 titling Sunday September 29, 1991Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY / Home of Daisy E. Phalr Four Sections, 66 Pages Commissioner race shapes up By MARK WARNKEN Staff Writer One Comal County Commissioners Court race is already beginning take shape, with Precinct 3 incumbent Pat Hernandez intending to run for reelection and challengers Cristina Zamora and Ramon Chapa Jr. riding on floats announcing their candidacies in Friday’s Comal County Fair parade. Incumbent Precinct I Commissioner J.L. “Jumbo” Evans, a Republican, also plans to run again. Because many people have asked, Evans decided to make public his plans to run for his fourth four-year term but preferred to wait on talking about specific ctin-paign issues until the election draws nearer. Official candidate filing begins in early December. Next November’s general election follows the party the primary elections next March. Hernandez, a Democrat, said many of his constituents have encouraged him to run for a second term. He said will continue trying to keep the county’s property tax rate low while doing as much as possible for the residents of his precinct and the entire county. “I'm beginning to know the Commissioners Court very well, and there’s a lot of things still to be done. I hope to accomplish many of them,” he said. Hernandez, a longtime local businessman, said he makes his office a full-time job and lets his family run the upholstery business. “I’m willing lo make die time to do what’s needed, such as meetings and conferences, in every arca that pertains to the county,” he said. Chapa, in his sixth year on the New Braunfels City Council, currently serves as mayor pro tem His council term expires next May. On Thursday, Chapa filed a document with the county clerk’s office naming Jesse Camareno as his cam paign treasurer. His campaign manager is Robert Perez. Chapa said he plans to file in the Democratic primary. “I’m running on my own merits, and the agenda that I had set for city government is almost complete.” said Chapt, a city of San Antonio employee. “Therefore, I’m bringing a new agenda to the county, no matter who else runs. “I highly respect the current commissioner, but I leel a younger voice is needed on the Commissioners Court, and I see myself as a proven leader,” he said Zamora, a local insurance agent for 25 years and New Braunfels resident for 33 years, recently filed a document with the county clerk’s office naming Val dom ar Espinoza as her campaign treasurer. She too plans to run in the Democratic primary. “My reason for seeking the office of county commissioner is to represent all the people of the county.” Zamora said. “Because of my community involvement, I have a strong understanding of the community, "Also, as a mother of five and a grandmother of five, I have a strong belief in family values,” she said. EUWD board votes to intervene in Sierra Club lawsuit The Edwards Underground Water District board of directors has voted to intervene in the federal lawsuit filed by the Sierra Cub against the U.S. Department of the Interior to protect endangered species living in the Comal and San Marcos springs. The board on Thursday voted 7-2 to intervene on neither side after a presentation by legal counsel Gilbert Vazguez, who said such a move would allow the district to submit evidence, present witnesses and crossexamine witnesses. Comal County board member Kenneth G. Ikels on Saturday said the board decided to intervene on neither si dc because the district doesn’t necessarily agree with everything the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Department or the Sierra Club proposes. “The Edwards Underground Water District has the statuary authority to preserve and protect the aquifer, and the board felt we needed to go ahead and make our ideas on a settlement known to the court,” Ikels said. The suit, filed by the Lone Stai Chapter of the Siena Club iii U.S. District Court in Midland, seeks to force the Interior Department and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to develop a plan to protect through the Endangered Species Act four endangered or threatened species — the fountain darter, the San Marcos gam-busia, Texas wild rice and the Texas blind salamander — that depend on the Edwards Aquifer According to the Sierra Club, such a plan would require regulation of pumping to maintain a certain level of spring flow. Hic New Braunfels City Council and the New Braunfels Utilities board of trustees recently voted to pool their resources lo seek intcrvcnor status on the side of the plaintiffs. The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority has been allowed to intervene on the side of the Sierra Club, and three crop irrigators from Uvalde and Medina counties will participate on the side of die Wildlife Department. Homemakers School home economist Lucinda Kahny, left, discusses the needed appliances with Morris Lindsey, owner of Sears Catalog and Appliance Center. (Photo by Anneties Schlickenrieder) Doors open at 6 p.m. Monday for * Today*s Lifestyles* school Just as we live our lives, "Today’s Lifestyles’’ {nonuse* to he fast paced lins Homemakers School sponsored by the New Braunf els Ila ald- Z*ilung will he lively and entertaining, maybe even a little hectic at time. according lo home economist Lucinda Kahny. Hic festivities begin al 6 p.m. Monday at the New Braunfels Civic Canter. Using appliances front Sears Cam log and Appliance Store .md Williams Appliance. Kahny will papule about a dozen dishes on stage from start to finish. At the close of the evening, these attractive and mouthwatering foods will he show, ready for a drawing when some lucky winners will be announced. Assisting Kahny with populations during the day and working on stage during the evening will tie New Braunfclsers Marie Offerman, Ardilh Mueller, Barbara Baker, Myrtle Now-ouiy, Betty Worl, Mary Jo Meyer and Bette Spam, liich person attending will receive 8m SCHOOL. Pag* 2A Rodeo Queen’s Court Reigning over the rodeo al Hie Comal County I air is a court chosen Thursday evening Standing with their mounts are, from eft, Duchess Kim Bowden, Queen Lucretia Bock, Princess Kym Neuse and Duchess Kim Kablunde (Photo by Karla Wenzel) ;

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