New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 11, 1993, Page 3

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February 11, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 11, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas For the RecordThursday, February 11,1993 Herald-Ze/fung Page 3 BRIEFS Powell denies tensions with President Clinton WASHINGTON (AP) — Gen. Colin Powell says “I am not crosswise” with President Clinton over military policies and would be happy to fill out his term as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff if the president desires it. Powell denied that he or. other military chiefs were “in a blue funk” over the new president’s Pentagon budget cutbacks or his plan to lift the military’s ban of homosexuals. “I am not unhappy, I am not disappointed, I am not crosswise with the administration,” said Powell, the president’s top military adviser. Powell, 55, said he had wanted to quit “a month or so” before his term as Joint Chiefs chairman ends on Sept. 30 “in order to get my family resettled.” Tax refunds larger this year despite tax breaks WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal tax refunds are larger than ever this year even though withholding was reduced for most workers last year. In its first report on the 1993 filing season, the Internal Revenue Service says refunds authorized through Feb. 5 averaged $1,140, compared with $1,124 during the same period a year ago. Roberts suggested the slight increase in the average refund may be due to the increasing number of taxpayers who file electronic returns. Electronic filing results in a considerably faster refund — and those people anticipating a big rebind often turn to electronic filing to get it as quickly as possible. Gun law could make parents responsible AUSTIN (AP) —Astate representative has bled legislation that would require gun owners to safeguard their weapons from children. The bill by Rep. Jesse W. Jones, D-Dallas, would require parents to secure their firearms to prevent access by children under the age of 17 years old. Jones said he filed the legislation in response to a recent outbreak of cases in which children have been accidentally shot by other children after finding guns. “Children do not understand that a gun can kill,” he said. “Many kids watch hours of television shows where a person is shot by a gun on one channel, and is up walking and living a normal life on another channel." The legislation would allow for up to $1,500 in fines and up to 180 days jail time for those failing to meet the requirements. Jones said the bill protects the rights of sportsmen and others who assume responsibility for properly securing and handling guns. Lottery numbers 23-27-33-38-43-49 FORECAST South Texas — Texas Hill Country and South-Central Texas: Tonight, fair skies and cold. Lows in the 30s. Wind advisory in effect for area lakes this afternoon. Head cook Eddie Kohleffel and cooks Wayne Justiss, David Fraser and Harry Krohn prepare to cook lots of chili for the Canyon Lake United Methodist Church's Chili Supper, scheduled from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12. The cost is $3 for adults and $1.50 for children with drinks included. Pie and cake will be available for an extra charge. Police blotter The following are incident reports for the New Braunfels Police Department for the period beginning at 7 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 5 and ending at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Feb. IO. Traffic Incidents: • 127 traffic stops • 23 accidents reported Criminal Activity: • 18 incidents of burglary/ theft/ shoplifting • 6 incidents of assault • 29 incidents of suspicious activity • IO incidents of mischief • 2 incidents of disorderly conduct • 4 incidents of harassment • 15 incidents of disturbances • 7 alcohol related incidents • 3 drug related incidents • 6 violations of city codes • 3 incidents of trespassing • 2 reports of prowlers • 36 incidents of alarms set-off • 4 incidents of hang-ups on 911 operator • 4 reports of stolen, property • I report of recovered stolen property • 6 incidents involving canine unit • 3 runaways reported • 2 runaways found • 2 reports of reckless driving • 2 incidents of terroristic threats • 5 warrants issued • 4 arrests made Names in the News' LOS ANGELES — Bill Bixby likens his prostate cancer to the Incredible Hulk, the TV character he once played. Just as that beast was “this creature -in me that I did everything to suppress and keep from coming out, to defeat it,” Bixby said, “now in my real life I have this creature inside of me that Tm obligated to overcome.” The 59-year-old Bixby is one of the few cancer patients being treated with the powerful drug Suramin, which he said has substantially eliminated pain and allowed him to return to work as director of the TV series “Blossom." “It’s working in my body. Tm sitting in front of you right now and there’s a miracle happening in me,” he said in an interview with AP Network News. • •• LOS ANGELES — George Wendt and John Ratzenberger — better known as Norm ana ClifT on “Cheers” — have gotten themselves into a bar fight. The actors are suing over what they claim are robot copies of them engaging in electronic chitchat while perched on bar stools in airport lounges around the country. The federal lawsuit filed last month asks that Host International remove the mechanical barflies, named Bob and Hank, from its lounges. * Host is licensed to use the “Cheers” concept. But Patrick Frevdl, the actors’ lawyer, said Wednesday the robots infringe on his clients “right to control their own image ana likeness.” Robert T. Souers, a spokesman for Bethesda, Md.-based Marriott Corp., which owns Host International, denied any wrongdoing. Wendt plays beer-loving Norm Peterson. Ratzenbereer is know-it-all postman ClifT Clavin. • • • • TAMPA, Fla. — There’s nothing like a presidential inaugural to roost a poet’s popularity. Look at Maya Angelou. More than 1,000 people had to be turned away from a talk by the poet at the University of South Florida. Many of those left out in the rain Tuesday evening banged on windows and doors, pleading to be let in. Obituaries Nannie Williams Parker Arrangements are complete at Starr Funeral Home, Hemphill Tx., for Nannie Williams Parker, who died February 9,1993 at the age of 91 years. Service will be held 11 a.m. Saturday at United Methodist Church, Hemphill, Texas. Burial WHI be at HempNN Cemetery. Visitation wiN be at Starr Funeral Home Friday from 9 a.m. til 9 p.m. Juanita C. Martinez Mrs. Juanita C. Martinez of New Braunfels died Wednesday February 10,1993 at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 73. She was born October 28, 1919 In Devine, Texas to Melton and Maria Rangel Cantu. She married Fernando F. Martinez on June 2,1946 in Laredo, Texas. She was a 30 year resident of New Braunfels, a housewife and a member of the catholic church. She was also a member of the Union Mutual No. 1 of Seguin, Texas. A rosary WHI be recited Thursday at 7:30 P.M. at Zoeller Funeral Home. Funeral mass is scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday at the Holy FamHy Catholic Church, with Rev. Robert O'Hara officiating. Interment to follow In the Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. She is survived by her husband, Fernando F. Martinez of New Braunfels; daughter and son-in-law; Maria & Frank Ortega of New Braunfels; sons and daughter-in- law, Francisco Luis and Barbara Martinez of Austin, Robert R. Martinez and Abel Ray Martinez both of New Braunfels; brothers, Lazar© Cantu, Pedro Cantu, Sr. and Eustaqlo Cantu, Sr.; six granchH-dren and one great-grandchild; also numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded In death by a daughter Marla Oralia Martinez and a son Fernando F. Martinez, Jr. Serving as pallbearers are: Francisco Ortega, Jr., Ezra Ortega, Jr., Frandeoo Onaga, Sr., Edward Garcia, Pete Cantu, Jr. and Genovevo Aguirre. Her body WHI He In state at the Funeral home untH 10:30 a.m. Friday. Zoeller Funeral Home Hijacker forcing Lufthansa plane to New York Associated Press FRANKFURT, Germany —A gunman hijacked a Lufthansa airliner today that was en route to East Africa and demanded to be flown to New York. The plane stopped in northern Germany for refueling and departed a snort while later for an unknown destination, authorities said. The plane, an Aiffeus 310 carrying 94 passengers and IO crew. had left Frankfurt for Cairo ana Addis Ababa when it was hijacked over Austria. The plane changed course and landed in Hanover at 12:12 p.m. (6:12 a.m. EST). Marek, spokesman for the Lower Saxony Interior Ministry, said the hijacker’s only demand “so far” was to refuel the plane and “be flown on to New York." “According to information from the chancellor’s office in Bonn. a man with a pistol subdued the pilots,” the ARD television network said. A spokesman for the Austrian Bureau for Civil Aviation said thfc Lufthansa airliner was hijacked soon after entering Austrian airspace. The pilot reported he had a passenger with a weapon oh board and asked us to turn back. We gave him the permission," the spokesman said. The spokesman said the incident occurred shortly after the plane entered Austrian airspace near Lofer. The plane turned around and nine minutes later left Austrian airspace. The Lufthansa Flight 592 was bound for Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, with a stopover in Cairo, Egypt. Marek, speaking live on the n-tv news channel, said he was not aware of any negotiations between the hijacker and the authorities. School finance deadline looms “It’s ridiculous,” said Anne Kovach, one of the 1,950 people who managed to get in. They didn’t know who she was before the inauguration. It’s not a Def Leppard concert” Angelou, who wrote and delivered a poem at President Clinton’s inauguration last month, recited folk songs and poetry from black artists during trie talk and decried “the condition of ignorance” that raises racial tensions and divides America. •••* ATLANTA—Ted Turner says respectability after years as tne brash tycoon and sportsman has its downside. “People don’t tell me jokes any more — I’m working on worat-lanta-based TV and sports empire includes Cable News Network, baseball’s Atlanta Braves ana basketball’s Atlanta Hawks. Though Turner Broadcasting System Inc. officials say Turner is ill well in charge of the company, the 54-year-old executive is less visible these days, spending a lot of time with his wife, Jane Fonda, at their Montana ranch. Associated Press Writer AUSTIN (AP) — The head of the House Public Education Committee says a school funding proposal must win House approval this week to have a chance to go on a state ballot before a June I court deadline for reform. Rep. Libby Linebarger, D-Man-chaca said that if the proposal isn’t passed this week, lawmakers will have to look toward a solution that doesn’t require amending the constitution. The Supreme Court has given lawmakers until June I to pass a constitutional plan to equalize funding available to property-rich and poor school districts or face a cutoff of state public education money. Schools rely on state aid and local property taxes, and leaders have raised the specter of school closings unless a measure is passed. State leaders say lawmakers must pass a proposed amendment by Feb. 20 for it to go on a May t state ballot ACROSS 1 Arab garments 5 Cartoonist Al 9 Farm animals 14 Working hard 15 Maple genus 16 Conscious 17 The Old Sod 18 Tiny creature 19 Mongolian 20 Land parcel 22 Willing to try anything 24 Mexican slate 26 Angered 27 Discomfort 29 Brown shade 30 Coal container 33 Depression-era gatherings 37 London area 38 French income 39 Mil. rank 40 Supermarket. eg. 41 Single time 42 Measurer of light Intensity 44 Trouble 45 Kitchen Item 48 Ooze 47 Stupid ones 49 Antics 53 Involving 67 Keepsake SS Openings 59 Auto part St An amino acid 62 "-'s Restaurant" 63 Blood, prat. 64 In business 65 Men 66 Weight allowance 67 Twerp DOWN 1 Encourages 2 Pack animal 3 Of a continent 4 Modify rhythm of Machine part Sour substance Actor O'Toole Top executives 9 Kind of sail 10 Emmy or Tony 11 — Hart 12 Annoying child 13 Bone-dry 21 Vocation 23 In addition to 25 Afflict 28 Low-wattage bulb 30 Owl's cry 31 Czechoslovakian rjugf 32 Activist 33 Hoad part 34 “Split City’' PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOL VCO E QBC) berob [anan HEBO □□aaa dhbh □aura bobbbqbebb tohtun nan boride Batton bbs □BBBDOB BEBBBBO BOOBOO BOBB QBC) □BSB OOBOO BEBO BOB BEBO HHBBBO QBaBBBQ BROEBOE BOB □DOBB □BORO DBO Bando BQBDOOOnOB BBBB HBOS OBOBB BHC3B DOBB DOBOD EBBE MMB ® tees UKW NWwe ayeoowe 35 Noun anding 36 Racant: prat. 37 Trampled 40 Daub 42 Billiards flimA 43 Household: prof. 45 Balancee 47 Type of comedy 48 Show contempt 50 Run off to marry St Mellower 52 N. European 53 Cheese 54 Piano oldie 58 Work hard SE Pastime 60 Putrefy Tonight Friday Saturday Sunday Fair Sunny Fair Cloudy, cool Rain: 40 % Rain: Rain: Lows: 40s Wind:NW15-20 Wind:NW5-10 Highs: 60s High: 60 Lows: 80s Low: 80s Highs: 70s Highs: 60s WA I ER WATCH Comal Rivtr......................  .490    eft    (down 760) Edwards Aquifer....................  629.14    feet    (down .05) Canyon Inflow ..................................................561 eft (up 103) Canyon Outflow.................................    426    eft (same) Lake Level............................................................906.96ftetCup .18) Information for Water Watch is compiled deity from the New Braunfels Utilities and the U.8. Army Corps of Engineers in Canyon Lake. f ;

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