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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 25, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                FEBRUARY 1993 HERALDZEFTUNO flf BRIEFS Jeb Bush enters race for Florida governor AP Real estate develop er Jeb Bush is venturing into the arena his father just entering the race for the governor in The 40yearold son of for mer President Bush filed campaign papers Tuesday making him the first Republican to enter the Lawton a has not said whether hell seek a second who was Floridas commerce secretary in 1987 and 1988 under Bob said he was encouraged by his father to That wasnt the case several years he when he first considered entering I was thinking about running for office in general and he what hap pens if you win the younger Bush His concern was making sure I had fulfilled my responsibil ity as a husband and Bush and his Colum have three ages and String cutting tool used in foiled escape AP A new tool has surfaced that is considered to be on the cutting edge of jailbreak technology Suffolk County jail offi cials said an inmate recent ly developed a cutting tool sharper than a jewelers saw from a strand of The who failed in an escape separat ed bedsheets into single which he then soaked in a solution of water and abrasive soaked and dried Sheriff Patrick Mahoney This cutting string mech anism is so unique that it was necessary other law enforcement agencies to its possible MahonSy In a warning issued to sheriffs departments Mahoney said the string was used to cut cell Sheriffs deputies discov ered the technique during an investigation into cut The unidentified inmate made five of the tools at one Mahoney said the inmate has been transferred to another prison and is serv ing 19 years for attempted assault and attempted Jordan to present national arts lecture HOUSTON For mer congresswoman Bar bara Jordan has been selected to present the 1993 Nancy Hanks Lecture on Arts and Public Policy in on March Jordan will give the sixth annual lecture on the rela tionship between govern ment and the arts at the John Kennedy Centerfor the Performing Her selection was announced Thursday by the New York based American Council for the Previous Nancy Hanks Lecturers have included poet Maya presi dential aide Leonard Gar ment and historian Arthur Schlesinger FORECAST South Texas Texas Hill Country and SouthCentral Texas clear and Lows in the 30s Hill Country and 40s south cen tral Rick Martinez of Hagers Landscape in San Marcos trims a tree Tuesday in Landa Park as part of an ongo ing project by parks officials to remove dead and dying limbs from trees in the Photo by John Obituaries Rooker L Gaddis Funeral arrangements are pend ing at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Rooker who died at McKenna Memorial Hospi tal on February at the age of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Ada Emma Meckel Services are complete at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home for Ada Emma who died February at her at the age of Services will be Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Burial will follow at Guadalupe Val ley Memorial Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Orville Jewell Nance Arrangements are complete at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Orville Jewell Nance of who died at the age of Services were at 3 Wednesday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Burial will follow at Comal Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Oscar Nauert Oscar Nauert of New Braun fels died February at McKenna Memorial Hos pital at the age of He was bom February in Nauert owned and operated the Nauert Printing Company In Austin and was an Associate Member of phone Pioneers of the German American Society and was a life member of the Lutheran church attending Paul Lutheran Church in New Braunfels for the last six Funeral services will be at Paul Lutheran will burial to follow at the Capitol Memorial Park Cemetery in Austin at Charles DeHaven and David Tart will con duct the Nauert is survived by his wife of 62 Margaret Nauert of New He is also survived by his nieces Susan Nauert Wood ward of Genevieve Oertli Tart of New Frieda Oertli Ryden of Georgetown and Rosie Oertli Robinson of and his Freddie Oertli of New Braunfels and David and Johnas Nauert of Visitation will be 10 The family will be present to receive visitors from 7 Memorials may be made to the Paul Lutheran Zoeller Funeral Home Arnold Levine Reeh Arnold Levine Reeh of Bracken passed from this life at the age of A Reeh was a member of the Bracken Methodist He graduated from New Braunfels High School in 1958 and served in the Survivors Include his Sharon Reeh father and Arnold and Johanna Reeh of Bracken Ann Remick and her of White Carolyn Reeh of Laurie and Cody Reeh of Bracken sons John Reeh of Clbo Robert Reeh of New Braunfels and Richard Reeh of Spring Branch and four grandchil Also Joan Cielencki of New Sonja Kohlenberg of New Braunfels Dwight Reeh of New Braunfels and Lloyd Reeh of Memorial services will be held February at noon at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day 15200 Judson Road at Stahl in San Memorials may be made to the American Heart Telka Schneider Services for Telka of San will be Friday at Zoeller Funeral with Leslie Huebner Burial will follow at Wet more Cemetery in Schneider died February at Heartland of North east San She was bom January in to Her man and Anna Gerth She married Edwin Adolph Schnei der deceased in 1970 on in San Schneider lived most of her life in She was a homemaker by and was a member of Beitel Memorial Luther an Survivors are daughter and son Katherine and Richie Reeh of San Antonio son and daughter inlaw Edwin and Joan Schnteder of half Sherilyn Beckmann of half Gordon Zamzow of Creed and Visitation will begin after 11 Memorials may be given to the Beitel Memorial Lutheran Church In San Zoeller Funeral Home Tonight colder Rain Wind Lows 40s Highs 60s Friday Saturday Sunday Partly cloudy Partly cloudy Partly cloudy Rain 30 Rain 40 Rain 40 Lows 40s Lows 40s Low 30s Highs 60s High 60s Highs 60s CISD discussing sex education in parent meeting Comal ISD Superintendent Joe Rogers is calling a districtwide meeting of and faculty of the local school district to discuss pending legislation for sex education in the public schools of The meeting will be held at 7 at Canyon High Rogers said he is organizing the meeting in response to the com I have had a lot of par ent concern about this legisla the superintendent The legislation being consid ered by the 73rd Texas Legisla ture reflects the recorifmenda tions of the Adolescent cy and Parenthood It addresses such as body parts and sex ual living together without and abortion in a fourlevel riculum designed for students from age six to School district parent and booster clubs have been contacted in an effort to get as much input as Donna teacher and coach at Canyon High attend to clarify the present Comal ISD program of sex edu Perot slated to speak at Incarnate Word Ross Perot is scheduled to speak at 11 27 at the Convocation Center at Incarnate Word College in San According to Katherine Perots advance con the former presidential can didate will talk about the United We Stand America grassroots organization which grew out of his campaign for the Goodrich said United We Stand America is a non partisan effort involving citizens in their Goodrich said the United We Stand America corpo ration advocates ACROSS 1 Coarse cornmeal 5 Shrub 9 Took a chance 14 Irish Rose 15 Concerning 16Select 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 Gave medicine to 66 Sabers kin 67 Bristle DOWN 1 Witchhunt town 2 Higher than 3 Swamps 4 Lofty abode 5 Humbug 6 Consumer 7 Hard alloy 8 Medley 9 Hate 10 Tilted 11 Inlets 12 Raison d 13 office 21 Chairs 23 Showers 25 RR depot 28 Place for keeping things 30 Taken for a 31 Finished 32 Sacrament 33 Orangered stone 34 In the thick of 35 Final 36 Neighbor of Eliminating the deficit Implementing the lineitem veto Passing a balanced budget amendment Prohibiting foreign lobbyists and foreign political contributions Reforming the health care system without raising taxes Developing fair freetrade agreements Perots speech at Incarnate Word is part of a membership dri ve for the organization and is to the A membership fee of will provide a newsletter and help sponsor town hall type meet ings for United We Stand Amer ica PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 22593 1993 United Feature Syndicate 37 Tyrants 40 Foundations 42 Going to the 43 Informer slang 45 Ate lightly 47 Siesta sound 48 mining 50 Indian garment 51 Happening 52 Actress Burke 53 Temperate 54 Distinct 55 Pen points 56 Pot addition 60 Notice WATER WATCH Comal cfs up 72 Edwards feet up Canyon cfs same Canyon cfs same Lake feet down Information for Water Watch is compiled daily from the New Braunfels Utilities and the Army Corps of Engineers in Canyon   

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