New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 25, 1993, Page 3

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 25, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 1093 HERALD-ZEITUNG 3 BRIEFS Jeb Bush enters race for Florida governor TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Real estate develop-er Jeb Bush is venturing into the arena his father just left, entering the race for the governor in 1994. The 40-year-old son of former President Bush filed campaign papers Tuesday making him the first Republican to enter the race. Gov. Lawton Chiles, a Democrat, has not said whether hell seek a second term. Bush, who was Florida’s commerce secretary in 1987 and 1988 under Gov. Bob Martinez, said he was encouraged by his father to run. That wasn’t the case several years ago, he said, when he first considered entering politics. *1 was thinking about running for office in general and he said, ‘Jeb, what happens if you win?” the younger Bush recalled. “His concern was making sure I had fulfilled my responsibility as a husband and •father” Bush and his wife, Columba, have three children, ages 9,15 and 16. String cutting tool used in foiled escape RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (AP) — A new tool has surfaced that is considered to be on the cutting edge of jailbreak technology: string. Suffolk County jail officials said an inmate recently developed a cutting tool sharper than a jeweler’s saw from a strand of fabric. The inmate, who failed in an escape attempt, separated bedsheets into single strands, which he then soaked in a solution of water and abrasive cleanser, dried, soaked and dried again, Sheriff Patrick Mahoney said. “This cutting string mechanism is so unique that it was necessary to alert other law enforcement agencies to its possible use,” Mahoney said. In a warning issued to sheriffs departments nationwide, Mahoney said tile string was used to cut cell bars. Sheriffs deputies discovered the technique during an investigation into cut bars. The unidentified inmate made five of the tools at one time. Mahoney said the inmate has been transferred to another prison and is serving 19 lh years for robbery, attempted murder, assault and attempted escape. Jordan to present national arts lecture HOUSTON (AP) —For-mer congresswoman Barbara Jordan has been selected to present the 1993 Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy in Washington, D.C., on March 16. Jordan will give the sixth annual lecture on the relationship between government and the arts at the John F. Kennedy Csnfepfor the Performing Arts. Her selection was announced Thursday by the New York-based American Council for the Arts. Previous Nancy Hanks Lecturers have included poet Maya Angelou, presidential aide Leonard Garment and historian Arthur Schlesinger Jr. FORECAST South Texas — Texas Hill Country and South-Central Texas: Tonight, clear and colder. Lows in the 30s Hill Country and 40s south central Texas. Rick Martinez of Hagers Landscape in San Marcos trims a tree Tuesday in Landa Park as part of an ongoing project by parks officials to remove dead and dying limbs from trees in the park. Photo by John Huseth. Obituaries Booker L Gaddis Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Booker L. Gaddis, who died at McKenna Memorial Hospital on February 24, 1993, at the age of 85. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Ada Emma Meckel Services are complete at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Ada Emma Meckel, who died February 24,1993, at her residence, at the age of 84. Services will be 3:00 p.m. Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Burial win follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Mrs. Orville (Jewell) Nance Arrangements are complete at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Mrs. Orville (Jewell) Nance of Austin, who died Fab. 22,1993, at the age of 82. Services were at 3 p.m. Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Burial win follow at Comal Cemetery. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Oscar E. Nauert Oscar E. Nauert of New Braunfels died Wednesday, February 24, 1993, at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 83. He was bom February 19,1910 in Pflugerville. Mr. Nauert owned and operated the Nauert Printing Company In Austin and was an Associate Member of the. Telephone Pioneers of America, the German American Society and was a life member of the Lutheran church attending St. Paul Lutheran Church in New Braunfels for the last six years. Funeral services will be 10:30 a m. Friday, Feb. 26, at St. Paul Lutheran Church, wit burial to folow at the Cook- Walden/ Capitol Memorial Park Cemetery in Austin at 3:00 p.m., Revs. Charles DeHaven and David Tart will conduct the services. Mr. Nauert is survived by his wife of 62 years, Margaret Nauert of New Braunfels. He is also survived by his nieces: Susan Nauert Woodward of Alabama, Genevieve Oertli Tart of New Braunfels, Frieda Oertli Ryden of Georgetown and Rosie Oertli Robinson of Buffalo, Tx. and his nephews, Freddie Oertli of New Braunfels and David and Johnas Nauert of Austin. Visitation will be 10 a.m.- 9 p.m. Thursday. The tamly wM be present to receive visitors from 7 p.m.- 9 p.m. Memorials may be made to the St. Paul Lutheran Church. Zoelier Funeral Home Arnold Levine Reek Arnold Levine Reeh of Bracken passed from this life Monday, Feb. 22,1993, at the age of 52. A mechanic, Mr. Reeh was a member of the Bracken Methodist Church. He graduated from New Braunfels High School in 1958 and served in the U.S. Navy. Survivors include his wife, Sharon Reeh; father and mother, Arnold G. and Johanna Reeh of Bracken; daughters, Ann Remick and her husband, Doug, of White Lake, Michigan, Carolyn Reeh of Dadas, Texas, Laurie and Cody Reeh of Bracken; sons John Reeh of Cibolo, Texas, Robert Reeh of New CISD discussing sex education in parent meeting Comal ISD Superintendent Joe Rogers is calling a district-wide meeting of parents, patrons, and faculty of the local school district to discuss pending legislation for sex education in the public schools of Texas. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 25, at Canyon High School. Rogers said he is organizing the meeting in response to the community. ”1 have had a lot of parent concern about this legislation,” the superintendent explained. The legislation being considered by Ole 73rd Texas Legislature reflects the recoafmenda- tions of the Adolescent Pregnancy and Parenthood Advisory Council. It addresses such issues. as body parts and functions, sexual intercourse, living together without marriage, homosexuality, and abortion in a four-level cur-, riculum designed for students from age six to 18. School district parents, parent organizations, and booster clubs have been contacted in an effort to* get as much input as possible. Donna Boehle, teacher and coach at Canyon High School, will*, attend to clarify the present Comal ISD program of sex education. Perot slated to speak at Incarnate Word Ross Perot is scheduled to speak at ll a.m. Saturday, Feb. 27 at the Convocation Center at Incarnate Word College in San Antonio. According to Katherine •Goodrich, Perot’s advance contact, the former presidential candidate will talk about the United We Stand America grassroots organization which grew out of his campaign for the presidency. Goodrich said United We Stand America is a non-political, nonpartisan effort involving citizens in their government. Specifically, Goodrich said the United We Stand America corporation advocates: Braunfels and Richard Reeh of Spring Branch and four grandchildren. Also sisters, Joan Cieiencki of New Braunfels, Sonja Kohlenberg of New Braunfels; brothers, Dwight Reeh of New Braunfels and Lloyd Reeh of Bracken. Memorial services will be held Friday, Febiuary 26.1993 at noon at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, 15200 Judson Road at Stahl in San Antonio. Memorials may be made to the American Heart Association. Telka A. Schneider Services for Telka A. Schneider, 78, of San Antonio, will be 2:00 p.m. Friday at Zoelier Funeral Home, with Rev. Leslie Huebner officiating. Burial will follow at Wetmore Cemetery in Wetmore. Mrs. Schneider died February 23, 1993, at Heartland of Northeast San Antonio. She was bom January 29,1915, in Texas, to Herman end Anna (Garth) Zamzow. She married Edwin Adolph Schneider (deceased in 1970) on Dec. 9, 1933, in San Antonio. Mrs. Schneider lived most of her life In Wetmore, Texas. She was a homemaker by trade, and was a member of Baltei Memorial Lutheran Church. Survivors are: daughter and son-in-law, Katherine and Richie Reeh of San Antonio; son and daughter-In-taw Edwin and Joan Schnieder of Schertz, Tx.; half sister, SherHyn Beckmann of St. Hedwig, Tx.; half brother, Gordon Zamzow of Creedmoor, Tx. and 5 grandchildren. Visitation will begin after 11 arn today. Memorials may be given to the Baltei Memorial Lutheran Church in San Anton to, Tx. Zoelier Funeral Home ACROSS 1 Coarse cornmeal 5 Shrub 9 Took a chance 14 's Irish Rose" 15 Concerning 16 Select group 17 Forsaken 18 Pay attention 19 Jeweled headdress 20 Salamanders 22 Moved back 24 Interlocks 26 Smallest amount 27 Animal food 29 Cavity 30 Gypsy man 33 Greeting 37 Singing star 38 Stockpile 39 Strange 40 Remains: archaic 41 Go up 42 Fast drivers 44 Insecticide 45 John — 46 Direction 47 Sorrowful sounds 49 Made fun of 53 Neighbor of Manitoba 57 Slat 58 Foolish one 59 Coffee containers 61 Russian city 62 Cuba —: rum and cola drink 63 Location 64 Housing cost 65 Gave medicine to 66 Saber's kin 67 Bristle DOWN 1 Witch-hunt town 2 Higher than 3 Swamps 4 Lofty abode 5 "—I Humbug!" 6 Consumer 7 Hard alloy 8 Medley 9 Hate 10 Tilted 11 Inlets 12 Raison d — 13 —letter office 21 Chairs 23 Showers 25 RR depot 28 Place for keeping things 30 Taken for a — 31 Finished 32 Sacrament 33 Orange-red stone 34 in the thick of 35 Final 36 Neighbor of • Eliminating the deficit • Implementing the line-item ' veto • Passing a balanced budget amendment • Prohibiting foreign lobbyists and foreign political contributions • Reforming the health care system without raising taxes • Developing fair free-trade agreements Perot’s speech at Incarnate Word is part of a membership drive for the organization and is free to the public. A membership fee of $15 will provide a newsletter and help sponsor town hall type meet-togs for United We Stand America members. 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Army Corps of Engineers in Canyon Lake. ;

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