New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 12, 1993, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 12, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 12, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas FRIDAY, MARCH 12, 1993 HERALD-ZEITUNG 3 In The News Stockholm reduces aims production STOCKHOLM, Sweden AP) — The international arms industry, no longer nurtured by the Cold War, will shrink by about 25 percent during Ole next five years, researchers say in a new report The United States and Western Europe face deep cuts, but the biggest reductions are expected in the former Soviet Union, says the report released today by the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. Despite the downward trend, however, the arms industry is growing in some countries, including China, Japan and Turkey. The report estimates that arms companies employ nearly 15 million people worldwide and that 3 to 4 million jobs in the industry will be lost by 1998. The institute warned that although desirable, the cutbacks in the former Soviet Union could prove destabilizing if, as forecast, up to I million formerly privileged arms workers face unemployment Long returns for ‘Cheers’ farewell LOS ANGELES (AP) — Shelley Long will return as the scholarly barmaid Diane Chambers for the final episode of “Cheers." The one-hour episode May 20 will conclude tile lith and final season of the NBC barroom series, Paramount Pictures spokesman John Wentworth said Wednesday. Miss Long won im Emmy as Diane during the comedy’s first season. She was nominated three more times in her remaining four years with the show. Reporter jailed for protecting source TALLAHASSEE, FU. (AP) — A newspaper reporter who was cited for contempt for refusing to divulge a confidential source elected to go to jail for 30 days rather than accept a compromise he said would have violated his principles. Tim Roche rejected Gov. Lawton Chiles’ offer of freedom in exchange for 300 hours of community service Wednesday. The reporter's lawyer insisted an unconditional pardon was necessary to protect the public’s right to know. “We came to vindicate a principle and not to compromise,” George Rahdert said. The governor knew that was . our position and was playing chicken with us. And I guess he won.” Roche, 24, will report to jail on Monday, the lawyer said. Roche, a reporter for the Bt Petersburg Times, was working for The Stuart News in 1990 when a judge found him in contempt for refusing to say who let nim see a confidential child custody order The U.8. Supreme Court refused to hear the case.Spring breakers swarming to Texas vacation spots Associated Press GALVESTON—Thousands of students are thronging Texas beaches to celebrate spring break, lured in part by what they won’t find at the seashore: No classes, no snow or ice, and — most importantly — no parents for miles. “I brought a book to the beach the other day. Used it for a pillow,” David Bandre, 22, said Thursday as he vacationed in Galveston. “It was awesome. We got fried on the beach," 20-year-old Rim Loomis said as she wound up her spring break trip to Galveston at a souvenir shop. “We just had a good time, just being stupid — being away from our parents, on vacation." The spring break season, which began in late Februaiy and will run through early April, is drawing hordes of high school and college students to the beaches, condos and clubs along the Texas coast in search of romance, sun and parties. Although the visitors jam restaurants and roads and create lines at ferries, the onslaught also warms the hearts of merchants — some of whom, especially on South Padre Island, depend on the income spring brea that only open up for spring break.” Tourism is the only industry on the island, so officials work to put out the welcome mat for~the approximately 60,000 students who will visit the island during spring break, Wheeler said. Some 5,000 of them came to the island this week. About a quarter of a million students are expected to converge on the Corpus Christi area, particularly Port Aransas and Nueces County’s J.P. Luby Surf Pier and Park, during the six weeks of spring break, said Dana Stephens, communications manager for the Corpus Christi Area Convention and Visitors Bureau. “We really try to target fami- Stammtisch Art League Louis Kerr’s oil paintings of landscapes, animals and baby girls are featured this month at file Arts Center Gallery, 646 Walnut Square. Operated by the New Braunfels Art League, the gallery is open from IO a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays throught Saturdays. White Cane Weekend The New Braunfels Noon Lions Club and local businesses will be participating in White Cane Weekend Sat and Sun. March 13 and 14 to raise money for the blind and to fund sight preservation programs such as sight screening for children. Lions will be asking for your contributions of money and also will accept donations of used eyeglasses at several sites around New Braunfels including H.E.B., Wal Mart and K-Mart. Children’s Museum The CMN-TV Studio in the Art of Language Gallery at the Children’s Museum is nearing completion byt now old video, movie or 35 mm cameras or projectors, screens, televisions and video cassette recordersare needed to help create a participatory exhibit where visitors will become the anchorman, the director or the cameraman, and will learn about television production. More information is available at 620-0939 or at the Museum in the Courtyard shopping center. Donations are tax deductable. Eating counseling A free seminar on compulsive eating will be held at the Dit-tlinger Memorial Library from 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Dit-tlinger Memorial Library. Topics will include an overview of the addiction model, the use of food medication, out of control around food and identifying and breaking the pattern of compulsive eating. Comal Springs contest Registration is still being accepted for the "What the Comal Springs Mean to Our Communital contest Kim Wooldridge may be contacted for more information at 626-2351. Student show UNIC News, channel 37, will present a student produced show Open Mike The Children’s Museum wil hold an Open Mike night at 7 p.m. Friday, March 12 at the Museum in the Courtyard Shopping Center. More information is available at 608-1104 or 620-0939. Class of 1942 The New Braunfels High School Class of 1942 will hold a get-together at 6:30 p.m. Friday, March 12 at Pat’s Place South in Cibolo on Farm to Market Road 78. Christian Drama First Protestant Church will be having short dramas depicting the life of Christ each Wednesday night in conjunction with regular Lenten services. The dramas began Wednesday, March IO. Youth Theatrefest Texas Youth Theatrefest will be held at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m., March 13 at the Circle Arts Theatre in Landa Park. Admission is $3 per session, or $5 for both. Springfest The Downtown Merchants Association will host their annual Springfest from IO a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 24 at the New Braunfels Utilities parking lot. Concession stands and food booths will be available, and vendors interested in operating a booth must contact the association by March 26. The cost of reserving booth space is $25 per booth. Corbie Yeaman may be contacted for more information at 625-9144. Mid-Tex Symphony The New Braunfels Chapter of the Mid-Texas Symphony Guild has announced its Spring Home Tour and raffle. Raffle tickets are on sale from Guild members. Raffle tickets are $1 each, or The cookbook everyone is talking about Texas Country Reporter Cookbook • Over 400 favorite recipes from the viewers of the popular TVshow hosted by Hob Phillips • Colorful anecdotes about the history of the dish • Great variety of recipes including Washday Cobbler, Blue Norther Meatball Stew, I lard Times Cake, Top of Texas C biti—just to name a few. $13.95 flakes it yri’ii/ ■ gift your favorite cooks! HwaM-ZAtm, lies. We do not necessarily target the students, but we also do not turn them away,” Ms. Stephens said. “It is an economic boost to the community because although most people assume they do not have a lot of money, they’ve been saving for this so they do bring a lot of money with them.” In Galveston, March visitors add some $15 million to $20 million dollars to the economy, said Donald Schattel, executive director of Galveston’s park board of trustees. Doing his part Thursday was Brock Maichele, a 19-year-old freshman who drove 25 hours straight from Central Michigan University toJGralveston, along with Ms. Loomis and two others. Maichele charged the $95,88 cost for three sets of mounted kog-horns — two pairs of which were more than 4 feet long — at Murdoch’s Bathhouse souvenir Sop along Galveston’s seawall. “My parents are going to love these,” he said. “We don’t have longhorns up north,” Ms. Loomis laughed. Concerts, volleyball and basketball tournaments, swimsuit and sand castle contests have been organized for the students at the mqjor beadles. six for $5. Drawing will be held Saturday, April 17 at the conclusion of the Home Tour. The Home Tour which will feature five outstanding New Braunfels homes will be held from IO a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 the day of the tour. Rummage Sale The Eden Heights Apartments Tenants Association is sponsoring a patio rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, March 13 at 627 Lakeview Blvd. Items available include jigsaw puzzles, decorative items, records and a ski exerciser. Many residents will also have items for sale. Benefits from the sale will go into the Association’s fund for activities. Bake sale The Cross Lutheran Church annual rummage and bake sale will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. . Friday and Saturday, March 12 and 13, at 169 S. Hickory St. Sweetheart program The New Braunfels Elks Lodge Sweetheart Program which raises money for the Childrens Donostic Center at Ottine will host a Garage Sale — Bake Sale — Arts and Crafts Sale along with Nelda Ohrt and her Southern Image Clothes. Also there will be Garvy and Biscuits with coffee available. This will be at the Elks Lodge at 353 South Seguin starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, March 13. Temporary Location RHOADS INTERIORS 666 Lands 625-3477 (Formerly Wayne’s Garden Center) Forecast Tonight, decreasing clouds after midnight. Very cold with lows near 20 Hill Country to near 30 south central. A freeze warning is in effect tonight. Saturday, sunny with highs in the 50s. Saturday night, clear and cold. Lows near 20 Hill Country to near 30 south central. Sunday, partly cloudy with highs near 60. Monday, morning cloudiness, otherwise partly cloudy. Lows in the 30s hill country, 40s south central. Highs near 70. Tuesday, late night and morning cloudiness, otherwise partly cloudy. Lows in the 40s to near 50. Highs in the 70s to near 00. Water Watch Comal Rlvar...........................................................................522    cfs    (up Edwards Aquifer.............................................................629.04    feet (up .WB Canyon Lake Inflow.............................................................401    cis (down 4) Canyon Lake Outflow.......................................... 590    cfs    (sam*) Lake level............................................................... 909.04    fast    (up    .10) Information for Water Watch it provided delly bf officials with New Braunfels Utilities and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Canyon Lake. 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