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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 28, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels HOJ6 A TX 79903 February Serving Comal County Home of Bette Spain 72 Daily 50 Sunday 75 cents Vote against admitting Haitians spurs march Protestors with the group ACT UPGulf Coast march in front of Bob Kruegers New Braunfels office Photo by John By ROSE MARIE EASH HcraMZiltung More than a dozen protesters marched in front of Bob Kruegers office here withdrawing their support of the lawmaker because of his recent vote against admitting Haitian HIVpositive refugees into the The known ACT UP Gulf was protesting a meeting between the New Braun fels senator and gay According to Krueger Krueger agreed to meet with w Glen Maxey of Austin and a group of gay state who asked for the meeting to express their concerns over the senators vote against gays in the mili tary and allow ing Haitians with AIDS to immi In a written the protesters said Kruegers appointment is proving to be a Krueger death sentence to those living with Krueger spokesman Monte Williams in Austin The problem is HIVpositive immi grants would strain an already overworked health care Immigrants with AIDS should not be allowed to permanently immigrate to this Health care for our citizens would According to their ACT Coast members are accusing Krueger of aban doning his principles in order to get They condemned his action on the issue as morally repre hensible and an affront to even a modicum standard of decen Kruegers spokesman said the group of gay leaders meeting with Krueger and Maxey had mixed reactions to Kruegers explanations for his Krueger said he felt it was important that the military offi cials handle the issue of gays in the military themselves vote oh the Haitian issue was based on medical concerns for San Antonio joins closed aquifer talks By ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZeltung A closeddoor meeting of the Edwards Aquifer Agricultural Forum held here Thursday included San Antonio represen tatives for the first accord ing to County Judge Carter Cas Casteel said the meeting which was not open to the public was held to discuss govern ments and boards for the man agement of the Their overall purpose is to draft a piece of legislation that develops a plan for management of the Casteel Although unable to attend the entire Gasteel said she was irritated in thai SanvAntonio refuses to acknowledge Judge Bunions Although still anxious to work out an agreement with all con cerned parties including San Antonio over the management of the Edwards Casteel expressed exasperation with remarks like were not sure he Bunton has authority to manage the which the judge said was made by San Antonio repre Casteel said she arid the New Braunfels Bert asked if the plan suggested by San Antonio would satisfy Bun tons Casteel said she became upset at questioning of Buntons authority by the San Antonio She said the proposal advanced by San Antonio representatives spoke only to the continuation of spring flow for the San Marcos springs completely ignoring the Comal The forum was set up by Ken and Bill DSan and initially involved only the irrigators and agriculturists west of San Antonio and those in the Guadalupe River The event was to bring the opposing groups together for the common according to Doug who represents New Braunfels in matters regarding the Comal Holly Goerges is named Young Woman of the Year at the New Braun fels Civic Center in a Saturday night The moment marked the end of a week of events in the Young Woman of the Year Top scholarship candidates perform Anchors Away in an opening during Friday night preliminary judg Bottom Holly Cbvington plays the clarinet during a performing arts Photos by John Goodbread to seek new term James Goodbread Councilman James Goodbread announced Friday that he will seek reelection to the New Braunfels City Council in In a written Goodbread said serving the citizens of New Braunfels has always been a matter of great importance Upon my the people of our city can be assured that they will continue to have a councilman who truly cares about their Among the issues the incumbent council man said he would address during the cam paign were election of the toxic waste burning and I strongly believe the citizens should elect their let there be no doubt about Goodbread We have made strides in opening city gov ernment to the people and that is precisely why citizens communications must remain in the early portion of the councils We must make every effort to keep our taxes Goodbread We should con tinue to promote efficiency of operations and the cutting of expenses rather than simply increasing a 22year city is the past owner of Henne Hardware and a mem ber of the numerous civic Investigation of slaying continues Law enforcement officials are contin uing their investigation into the murder of young woman whose nude body was found near Canyon Lake No new developments in the case were announced at Detective Sergeant David Ott of the Comal County Sheriffs Department said several leads in the case were being pur but declined to release An autopsy performed in Austin revealed the woman was Index Stammtisch At presstime CLASSIFIED 61 2B LETTERS 3A OBITUARIES 3A 4A SPORTS 1214A 23B Best wishes The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sends Birthday wishes to Mary Ann Mary Bob Michelle Tim Joshua Shirley Brendon Hpgan and Edna Dierks Monday birthday wishes go to Jane Bradley Bernice Patrick Max Welborn and Anniversary wishes go to Jack and Ursula and Den nis and Kathy Belated Birthday wishes go to Sara Benita Joshua Matthew Laverne Bowen and Richard Belated Anniversary wishes go to Elise and Sandy and Frank Young and and Ramon Tastes of the Town The theme for the 1993 Tastes of the Town is Afternoon at Mardi The event will be held from noon to 3 and 5 8 today at The Childrens Tickets are fo adults and for Childrens tick ets are for the first session but for children may spend the 48 at the Pizza and Playtime with pizza provided by Call 6200939 for Tickets are available at The Childrens PR 11A Man shot Law enforcement officials were responding to reports of t man With multiple gunshot wounds at presstime McKenna Memorial Hospital otticialB said the victim was dead on arrival with three wounds to the back short ly after For complete see the Tuesday extort of the New Braunfels   

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