New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 28, 1993, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 28, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 28, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 2-A HERALD-ZEITUNG SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, IMS Local man’s son honored a1 Daytona By DAVID SULLENS HereW-Zeltung If motorcycles are your thing, Daytona is the {dace to be once a year when enthusiasts from •throughout the country convene there. And one of Daytona’s top machines last year belonged to the son of a local man. ’ Scott Robinson’s 1938 Harley Davidson Flathead 80 was awarded Iron Horse magazine’s "Officially 'Licensed Iron Horse Four Cross Cluster of Iron as the Best Bike of Daytona *92." * "How could anyone argue with this bike’s classic bob-job styling,” the magazine said. Robinson, who. calls Cleveland, Ohio, home, is the son of New Braunfels’ Ray Robinson. At the time his motorcycle was honored, he had owned it for slightly more than a year. Iron Horse reported that he acquired it "as a basket case” and commissioned the Motorworks in Cleveland to rebuild it Seven months later, the magazine said, "he was up and riding on his Black Ribbon award winner. Of the bike, Robinson told the magazine, "Til never get rid of it HI pass it on to my brother if lever get to where I can’t ride it anymore.” "Hey,” added the magazine writer, *Va can’t do any better than the original original” Krueger announces NASA shift Associated Presa HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Employees at Marshall Space .Flight Center, already worried about losing space station work, were surprised by an announcement that NASA will shift some space shuttle work from Alabama to Texas. Officials on Friday said oversight of the shuttle’s external fuel tank program would be taken away from Marshall and given to the Johnson Space Center in Houston. Neither Marshall tank project manager Parker Counts nor shuttle projects manager Alex McCool was aware of any change until the announcement was made. "I honestly don’t know any thing about it,” McCool said. "It shocked me. We have all the corporate knowledge here at MSFG. Why have two organizations involved?" McCool said he knew of no more than 25 to 30 people involved in the tank program, including the project office and engineering. He said management changes could reduce the number of people even further. Sen. Bob Krueger, D-Texas, announced the move and said that it "will make for a leaner, more efficient space operation.” He said as many as 90 jobs would be involved. Krueger’s office said the White House decided to shift the program. The Clinton administration last week announced plans to revamp the space station program, prompting worries about jobs in Huntsville, where the station’s living and working areas are being made. Overall shuttle program management is headed by the Johnson center, but the vehicle’s propulsion systems — of which the tank is a part — are handled by Marshall. David Garrett, a NASA spokesman in Washington, said the program is being moved because Marshall specializes in research and development, and the external tank is now purely a production item. "The engines and the solid rocket motors are still in the development stage," Garrett said. Terrorist link investigated in blast NEW YORK — Terrorists might have set off a deadly explosion at the World Trade Center, authorities said Saturday. But exactly who did it — and why — remained subjects of speculation. Officials all but confirmed that a bomb caused the Friday blast that left five people dead and two missing, and rocked the world’s second tallest buildings from their foundations to their Richards, Gramm address medical association sky-high observation decks. Traces of nitrate found at the scene, combined with the amount of heat and damage caused by the noontime blast, strengthened the bomb theory, Police Commissioner Raymond Kelly told a news conference. "Our best guess is there is a high probability it was a bombing, possibly terrorist related,” James Fox, director of the FBI’s Manhattan office, said 24 hours after the blast that left the city badly shaken and suspicious. Gov. Mario Cuomo was more blunt: "It looks like a bomb, it smells like a bomb, it probably is a bomb.” President Clinton, in his weekly radio address, promised to *Tlnd out who is involved and why this happened." The blast, which injured more than 1,000 people, detonated in an underground parking garage, rocking the World Trade Center like an earthquake and filling its 110-stoiy towers with thick, black smoke. AU8TIN — Gov. Ann Richards on Saturday gave about 900 medical professionals her prescription for the state’s health care problems while U.S. Sen. Phil Gramm touted a different remedy. Richards and Gramm were the featured speakers at a biannual conference of the Texas Medical Association. "You give him something to be against and he’s hell on wheels,” Richards, a Democrat, said of the Republican senator from Texas. "But ifs time for us to become proponents of solutions that are going to help people.” Richards told the group that Texas’ health care problems wont improve until the federal government develops a comprehensive solution. "This is a national problem that needs to be solved on a national scale,” she said. Richards said President Clinton has already helped Texas by loosening restrictions on how Medicaid hinds are spent, but added that more would need to be done on a long-term basis. CHRONIC ASTHMA SUFFERERS!! Do you take asthma medication either daily or occasionally?? If so, you may be eligible for sn asthma research study. Lab testing, physician monitoring, and lung function testing provided at no charge. You will be compensated up to $500 for your participation. CALL NOW TO FIND OUT IF YOU ARE ELIGIBLE!! Central Texas Health Research New Braunfels    629-9036 Parkwood Manor) “Caring is what we're all about” MEDICARE - MEDICAID CERTIFIED Physical, Speech & Occupational Therapy "Feel at home in the warmth and care of family living" • Private - Semi-Private • Private Baths • Ice Cream Parlor •Dining Service/ Restaurant Style • Enclosed Courtyards • Gazebo and Rose Garden 2590 Loop 337 North • New Braunfels, TX 512-620-0509 A Preferred Care Property Debra Baumier Administrator HOME, AUTO, LIFE, NURSING HOME (All types of Insurance) Call 625-7511 for a quote ^Bi    457-F Lands OMAlTEX) 1-800-683-1625 INSURANCE! "Locally owned A operated for over 40 years" Prayer breakfast set for March Evangelist to address group By DAVID SULLENS Herald-ZMtung Plans have been finalized for the fourth annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast sponsored by the Christian Businessmen’s Committee. The speaker for the annual event, which is to be held in the Civic Center, 380 S. Seguin, will be the Rev. Peter Marshall, himself a Presbyterian minister who has gained national recognition as an evangelist, and the son of Dr. Peter Marshall, the chaplain of the United States Senate from 1947-49, and Catherine Marshall LeSourd, author of a number of best selling books. Serving will begin at 6:30 a.m. at the March 29 breakfast in New Braunfels, according to Dr. Karbach, and the program will get under way at 7 a. rn. The breakfast will conclude by 8 am. Karbach said. Tickets are $7.50 each or a table for IO may be purchased for $75. The breakfast will be prepared and served by Clear Springs Catering and will be a frill, traditional breakfast mpnu, Karbach said. Ticfeats tire available at Kwik Kopy, Don Maxwell Chevrolet, Norris Insurance Agency or from any CBMC member, according to the spokesman. Rev. Marshall, who also will speak at the Sunday, March 28, morning services at St. John’s Episcopal Church in New Braunfels, "believes that America has lost its moral and spiritual foundations and become a foundation in crisis,” according to a press release. But, that press release continues, he also believes "there is hope for America’s restoration.” Rev. Marshall believes that Americans must “meet God’s conditions as stated in 2 Chronicles, 7:14 — lf my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves, and pray and seek my face, and will turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and forgive their sins, and heal their land.1” WE'RE IHI #1 HOPE RHI IHE #3 KHAIR: LUNG DISEASE f AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION The Christmas Seal People • Sp.M.c iunlributctl by the publisher us a public service. Read the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Subscribe at 625-9144 SATELLITE T.V. 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