New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 4, 1993, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 04, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 4, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas For the Record Pages February BRIEFS Clinton eyes near billion defense cuts President Clinton wants the Air Force and the Pentagons missile defense program each to trim bil lion or more from the budget President Bush left them for next fiscal congressional sources Clinton is calling for cutbacks total ing nearly billion in real defense although the official Pentagon budget number would slice about billion from Bushs from billion to Bullock says mail light on schools One person apparently not bothered by the school finance morass is Bob Bul locks Bullock said Tuesday his mail has been running light on the most weighty issue facing lawmak ers during the regular legisla tive session that started I havent had but about 125 letters on education this Maybe thats the rea son that theres not the sense of urgency so Bullock The Texas Supreme Court has given the Legisla ture until June 1 to come up with a constitutional plan to equalize school funding among propertypoor and property rich school Court overrules UIL over19 age rule The 3rd Court of Appeals today upheld a lower court decision that allowed two 19 yearolds to play high school football despite a University Interscholastic League rule against 19yearold Bruce of the Austin Independent School and Phillip of the Dallas Independent School both were allowed to play football as 19yearolds after a lower court granted an injunction against the UlL1s pver19 The rule was created to avoid injuries which might result if less devel oped high school students were required to compete against older UIL officials Buchanan and Bomar both repeated two grades due to learning causing them to turn 19 before their senior years in high district court ruled that Buchanan and Bomar were discriminated against due to their learning Couple faces prob lems of lottery win Immediately after Jim and Linda York of Fort Worth won million in the Lotto Texas two months they were bombarded with requests for some times by total They have moved to a 25 acre ranch to get away from other people wanting a share of their York asked reporters not to divulge their new or even which direction they drove in leaving Fort a safety York she I dont want to be hassled by any I want to enjoy my After the couple traveled to where they were handed a check for and told that for the next 19 years they will receive annual checks of after FORECAST South Texas Texas Hill Country and SouthCentral Texas cloudy and cold with chance of Lows in the 30s to near 40 Hill 40s south cen Comal families honored at Austin ceremony Spechts Soechting Properties given IDA award Owners of Spechts Ranch and Soechting Properties of Comal Counties were recently honored by the Texas Department of Agri culture for continuous agricul tural production for 100 years or The TDA honored 85 farm and ranch families from 50 counties at the agencys 19th Family Land Heritage Program ceremony on 15 in The program recognizes properties that have been in continuous agricultural production for 100 years or Agriculture Commissioner Rick Perry awarded each qualifying farm or ranch a Family Land Her itage Certificate recognizing its Raymond and Trudy Soechting received the award for Soechting and Roland Anderson and Brenda Lindemann received the award for Spechts Above all Texas farmers and ranchers are a race of sur And the stories represent ed by todays honorees are a tes tament to their said Since the program began in the Texas Department of Agriculture has honored families for their tenacity in hold ing on to the Their stories have not only been the history cf agriculture but the history of Anderson said he and his wife have owned the property since and currently live alone on the Anderson said the land origi nally belonged to his greatgreat who originally bought the property in Anderson said two of his chil Guy Wayne Anderson and Brenda Lindeman currently also live on the and one daughter Julia Mudd lives off of the The Soechtings were not avail able for comment Bob a Shacketford Coun ty rancher and West Texas histo delivered the ceremonys keynote Erin FFA chapter pres ident at Austins Lanier High delivered the The oldest property inducted this year was the Belen of La SacatosaLuciano Canales Ranch in Starr founded in 1836 by Antonio Canales and Maria Rita Pena de and Luciano Canales III are the fifth generation to own Agriculture Commissioner Rick Perry pesents Roland Anderson and Brenda Lindemann with a Family Land Heritage certificate of recognizing Spechts Ranch of Comal County for more than a century of continuous agricultural production during the Texas Department of Agricultures 19th Family Heritage program in 2Oth certification program will begin March 15 and run through 15 of this Applications or information requests about the program should be addressed to Family Land Texas Department of Box Texas the Their ranch was the first in Starr County to qualify for the Family Land Heritage Properties in Mot ley and Scurry counties were also recognized for the first time this Stephens County had the most honorees with five appli cants who Short biographies of the fami lies will be published in the bi annual Family Land Heritage a source of information for genealogists and The application period for the Obituaries Lester Jones Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Lester who died at Kirkwood Manor on Wednesday Cleofas Barboza Sanchez Cleo Barboza of New Braunfels died Wednes day A rosary will be recited Friday at Zoeller Funeral Services are 10 Saturday at the Holy Family Catholic Church with interment to follow in the Peter Paul Catholic Her body will lie in state until Saturday at the Zoeller Funeral Home Names in the News Associated Press Lee Bai ley has taken on some tough cases as a defense Now he will try to clear the name of the doctor who set the broken leg of President Lincolns assas Samuel Mudd was convicted by an Army court in 1865 as a conspirator in the plot to kill He was sentenced to life in but was freed in who represented Patty Hearst at her bank rob bery will defend Mudd in a mock trial 12 Lincolns birthday at the University of Richmonds Williams School of The Mudd case has always been an Bailey Its long been a question in American jurispru dence whether he got a fair tri descendants have waged a long battle to erase the arguing as will Bailey that Mudd did not know assassin John Booth well before the shooting and was not involved in any ACROSS 1 Egyptian Christians 6 Coffee slang 10 Atlas pages 14 Oahu farewell 15 Retirement plans 16 Toward shelter 17 Belief 18 Treat roughly 20 Turf 21 Doctrines 23 Express contempt 24 bird 26 Wants 28 Cereal Wise ones 31 Creepers 32 Being destroyed 36 37 Hand gestures 38 Recent 39 Firmly fixed 42 Brunch item 44 Actress Barkin 45 Doglike 46 On alert 49 Doomed 50 Afghan city 51 Relative 52 Farm animal 55 Beetles 58 Solitary one 60 Dole 61 Some poetry 62 Put In 63 Eves grandson 64 Gaunt 65 Furniture DOWN 1 perhaps 2 Corn product 3 Thinking over 4 Article 5 Some essays 6 Carter 7 Turkish river 8 Vehicle 9 Fire residue 10 Masculine 11 Tree 12 West Indies volcano 13 Prophets 19 Fools 22 Crafty 25 Beverage 26 Challenged 27 Patronage 28 Twowheeler 29 Cosmetic company 30 deadly sins 32 Wall part 33 Happenings 34 sign 35 Used up PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 2493 1993 United Feature Syndicate 37 Legal paper 40 Kickbacks 41 Having wings 42 Contended 43 Chemical suffix 45 North of 46 song 47 Actress Hayes 48 A Muse 49 Finicky 51 Asian gulf 53 Time period 54 Is wrong 56 Steal from 57 Altar vow 59 Single Dear Abby Suicide victims survivors need right comfort DEAR ABBY After a recent sui cide in our I would like to let your readers know what helps a survivor of this tragedy A call immediately after the but do not drop by unan Telephone first some may not want Do not ask for details or jump to any If your initial call seems unwel bo forgiving and call What is important to the sur vivors is that you acknowledge the situation and let it be known that you Tell the survivors what the person meant to Recalling a good and happy story will be Dont tell the survivor how tho tragedy could have boon us it nuikoH tho survivor fool at Do not place tho blame on any Lot tho survivor and be an attentive Tell the survivor you are sorry this that life IB somo Union very unfair never Its probably all for the the family members of a suicide victim will not be comforted by those If you cant make a personal send a If you arent sure what to thinking of you will convey your message Do not hesitate to send a belated sympathy card or note if you failed to do so The survivor will appreciate being remembered even though your message was quite The hurt of being ignored is very difficult to I A SURVIVOR DEAR SURVIVOR Thank you for some helpful sugges Far too wellmean ing people do nothing following the suicide of a friend or rela tive because they dont know what to DEAR ABBY Three years unknown to and at the urging of some my wife tried Within in a night mare words cannot she was severely and thou sands of dollars had been spent to support her A once gentle and loving wife and mother stole ana even prostituted herself for In a terrifying incident while under tho influence of she held me at bay with a loaded threaten ing to kill me and the children A year I was forced to divorce someone I had truly in a failed effort to save my family from financial I lost my home and a medical prac tice that had taken me years to as I helplessly watched a once wonderful person lose her struggle to overcome the addictive power of As a I have seen n lot of human but nothing can compare to the living death of cocaine please toll your readers that someone who has been there has Dont oven try itl I am signing my real but if you use this pltmso sign ino FLORIDA PHYSICIAN DEAR PHYSICIAN You lire to be commended for coming forward with your and story in an effort to save others from the tragic fate your wife experi Call For Answers Touchlorn or Rotary Phonti 19004543535 code 600 Tonight Saturday Sunday Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Wind Rain 40 Low 80s Rain 80 Wind N1015 Rain 30 Wind Low Fair Low 200 High High 50 High50s WATER WATCH Comal eft same Edwards feet down Canyon eft same Canyon 382 eft same Lake feet up Information for Water Watch is compiled daily from the New Braun fels Utilities and the Army Corps of Ingineers in Canyon LOCAL Wednesdays high tem perature was the low was Overnight precip itation was ;