New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 25, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 25, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas TUESDAYCanyon - New Braunfels boys square off tonight - See Page 7 50 CENTS INSIDE Obituaries........... ....2 C roes word........... ......3 Opinion............ .....4 Stammtlech.......... .....5 Sports Day........... ..7,8 Sl.immtisch Birthday wishes from th* Harald-Zaltung! The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to; Raymond Camreno Sr., Ophelia Abernathy, Katharine Blackford, Margaret Clark, Clarence Davit, Ann For-bit, Bitty Knight, Fred Matthewt, Clo Reynoldt, George A. Lancaster, Eugene R. Wichinski, Teri Balogac, Opie Abernathy, Thereta Worley, Kathy Most, Elite Keoghan (eight yean), Alane Fen, Jeff and Jamie Copenhaver, and happy belated birthday to Randy Vetter (1-24) and Laura Ann Rodriguez (1-24) Sis. Peter & Paul Catholic School set for special week Sis. Peter & Paul Catholic School will celebrate national Catholic Schools Week starting Monday, Jan. 30, with a week long schedule of events including a prayer for peace balloon release, a school quilt project, a big broth-er/big sister picnic, a talent show and a carnival. Democrats to gather tonight at Comal Bowl The Comal County Chapter of Texas Democratic Women will meet Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m at Comal Bowl. The public is invited. The Comal County Democrats will then meet a 7:30 p.m., also a Comal Bowl. Ruth Poteet finn the Ann Richards campaign will be the speaker. HLS. support group to meet st Flakers The New Braunfels Multiple Sclerosis Support Group will meet Thursday a noon in Finkel's Restaurant. Community Chorale concert set Fab. 6 The New Braunfels Community Chorale will have a concert Sunday, Feb. 6u3 p.m. a the New Braunfels Presbyterian Church. Tickets will be available a Chi na-N-Things in Landa Plaza. JOY Creative Arts Group needs you JOY Creative Arts Group meets Thursday, Jan. 27 a 7 p.m. a the Comal County Senior Center, 655 Landa St., to plan the 1994 Bush talks Texas The group needs actors, actress es, stage crew, and prop workers and mote. Talent and experience not needed, only the desire to be part of the Am. Script wrists particularly needed. Call Jean Heck a 629-4547. I Conservation Society moots st Forks Store The New Braunfels Conservation Society will mea Thursday, Jan. 27 a 7:30 pm. in the Forks Store a Conservation Plaza, 1300 I Church Hi.OU Drive. The public is invited. (The New Braunfels Herald-\2eUung invites Us readers to sub-\mU items to Stammtisch. I According to the Sophienburg {Archives and members af the ] German community, "Stammtisch" represents a sitting .place fir members? the comma-inky to gather and shore the day's I happenings. We invuc you to \share with us.) GOP gubernatorial candidate says he’s tough on adult criminals, wants more accountability By ROSE MARIE BASH Staff Writer_ George W. Bush started his keynote speech a the New Braunfels Republican Women's 30th Adversary Dinner Monday night by explaining why a man would give up the “best job in the world"—managing partner of the Texas Rangers—to nm fbr governor. Bush, the son of former President George Bush, is a Republican candidate for Texas Governor. “Why in the world the year we're picked to win the American League West, the year we're opening a fabulous monument to baseball in Texas, with my office overlooking a grass Centerfield, would I want to leave the best job in the world to run for governor?** asked Bush. “Because I love Texas.’* He went on to explain his concern over high property taxes, poor quality education, juvenile crime and the growth of state government. Bush said his platform includes support for entrepreneurs and small businessmen, individual accountability and public policy supporting families. He pointed to public concern about Texas schools, crime, increases in property taxes and the state's leaders as evidence tint a change was called for in the Governor's office. On the issues which he identified as mqjor in his campaign he made specific proposals. “For example, in my opinion, anybody who abandons their family, after due wanting ftom the state ought to have any _______ licenses issued by the state suspended,*' said Bush, referring to individual accountability- “I believe 14-year olds as adults when necessary.** Bush also said he would work to reduce the Texas Education Agency power to regulate local districts. Asking for support from the group, Bush was disarmingly charming when - he related a personal family conversation 'I’m kind of hard on tho adult criminal because I believe most of them are beyond rehabilitation. Build the beds and get them out of our hair.’ about his chances of winning. “When I called my mother and told - George W. Bush her i was going ■' ■ to mn for Gov- before any child goes on welfare the mother must identify the father. People must be responsible for their individual behavior. “I'm kind of hard on the adult criminal because I believe most of them are beyond rehabilitation. Build the beds and get them out of our hair. I do believe we can save our kids. We need to rewrite the juvenile justice code, build detention camps, make sure that any 18 year old kid anight carrying a gun with hunting exemptions immediately goes to a detention camp for one year and the gun is destroyed, and try emor of Texas, in typical bold way she said, 'you can't win,"' said Bush. “I said ‘obviously you haven’t been living here in the state of Texas.’ She believes I can win now, she’s been talking to her neighbors.” And, following a reference to the probability that he would get all of “Claytie’s votes,” Bush said he would be smarter than Clayton Williams, however. “I’m going to shake her hand” he said. Bush ended his twenty-minute address on an inspiring note—“What Texans can dream, Texans can do.” Hermki-Zeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH George W. Bush spoke to a full house et lest night*t New Braunfels Republican Women Club's 30th Anniversary Dinner. City to move ahead with airport land condemnation By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer New Braunfels City Council members approved a resolution Monday night authorizing the city to move ahead with condemnation proceedings in order to acquire 14.82 acres of airspace at the end of a runway at the New Braunfels Municipal Airport However, negotiations for the airspace are continuing. The airspace is owned by the Marvin Westmeyer and Wayman Krueger families. The airspace is needed in order for the city to receive a $1.4 million grant from the federal government. The grant will be used for airport improvements and the acquisition of the airspace. “I think we are real close in negotiations,” said Mayor Rudy Seidel. ‘I think we can make a settlement. Because of the time element we have to start the proceedings. We hope to come up with a compromise before the proceedings begin.” ‘The Kruegers and the Westmeyers are very reasonable and want to be cooperative. They still want to have the peace of mind to know their residences aren't going to be moved,” he said. Nancy Krueger, Marvin Westmey-er’s daughter, asked the council to table the matter until the negotiations were completed. “It is difficult to make an important decision in only IO days that will affect us and our children for the rest of our lives,” she said. Curtis Saur, who also lives near the airport, urged the council to remember the heritage surrounding some farm and ranch owners in the area. 'To us, it’s like a game of Pac Man - a little bite here, a little bite there and then it's gone,” he said. Airport Advisory Board Chairman Ed Goerges asked the council to move ahead in order to prevent any delays in obtaining the grant. “lf, for any reason, there is a delay HeraH-Zaitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Veronica Sarkozl, city secretary, administered the oath of office to newly-elected city council member Mary SerokJ during lee! nlght'e city council meeting. in the time frame, we as a city can lose every bit of that fonding,” he said. Goerges explained to the council that 92.5 percent of the funds will be used for maintenance and to rebuild existing facilities. “We need to come to a peaceful, nice solution," he said “This has to be a win-win situation. All sides must be considered in this.” The motion to approve the resolution was made by council member Jan Kennedy and was seconded by coun cil member Chris Bowers. District 4 council member Paul Fraser and District 2 council member Mary Serold voted against the resolution. In a related matter, the council approved a resolution asking for a variance for the Krueger’s and Weft-meyer’s home should New Braunfels need to acquire land in the Alture. The variance must be granted by the Federal Aviation Administration NBPD officers confiscate cocaine, arrest two people By JENMPIR ROMPS L Staff Writer New Braunfels police officers confiscated IO grams of antiae and arrested two people in a drug bust that occurred Sunday night According to Capt. Ray Douglas, of the New Braunfels Police Department, a search warrant was issued for an apartment at 241 Seville Street in New Braunfels. Police officers arrested Robert Gomez, 23, of New Braunfels on charges of possession of cocaine less than 28 grams and Charles Richard Canon, 29, of Geronimo, on charges of possession of marijuana less than two ounoes. “This anda several weeks of surveillance and undercover work," said Douglas. Douglas said the IO grams of cocains confiscated was “pun" and is estimated to have a street value of $8,000 to $10,000. He said some of the cocaine was divided into smaller plastic bags indicating it might have later been sold. No drug paraphernalia was found at the home, he Mid. The raid of the home ens conducted by officers from the criminal investigation divirion, patrol, oanins unit and narcotics unit. The warrant was issued by Justice of the Peace RO. “Doe” Blanchard. Both stupa** were taken to the Comal County Jail. Gomez's bond was set et $7,500. He posted bond on Monde; uomez'i Dona was aet at 37,m He posted bond on Monday. Canon's bond was ast« $300. He posted bond Sunday. He is aln    1 Joann Helmke rings to eed down. Bob Byxbee during the production of “Under the Big Top'' at Sunday nlght'e annual Dinner With the Alta avant, hold at tho New Braunite CMO Center. warned on a warxira for theft by ohsck in Guadalupe County. Bood in th* case Is $1,000 LCRA tests reveal high contents of _ in park soil By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer Recent testing by officials from the Lower Colorado River Authority resulted in the discovery of higher than normal concentrates of arsenic in rite sofl around tire old LORA building and in areas of Landa Park. New Braunfels Mayor Rudy Seidel informed citizens of the situation during Monday's city council meeting. “It is nothing to be alarmed about They will be taking tests and keeping it under control," said Seidel. “There has been no arsenic found in the water, jute on their particular property," he said. Seidel said the arsenic is the result of years of bunting coal and oil and from pesticides and herbicides used when people planted cotton in this area. LCRA Spokesman Bill McKan said testing had been conducted because of recent inquiries from people interested in using the building. He said heavy elements such as chromium, cadmium, barium and arsenic were found tt the rite. "Wa informed state and local officials and did a sampling in a one-half mile area of the rite. We found amnic there as well," ha Mid. "We don't know the Rteciflc source but over decades there has been application of hetbicidaa, pesticides and defoliants for agricultural uses. Some of these use arsenic,” he said. McKan said similar amounts of arsenic have been found in other trees oftha state and tbs country where coe-ton bu been grown. "It doesn't necessarily mean it's dangerous. Weju* informed tbs officials of New Braunfels of what we believe may ba a decade-old prob> lam," ha said. McKan said officials have asked if there is way to However, ha said that in similar areas i of arsenic has not been determined to be a health heard. He explained th* arsenic is the 20di mo* abundant element in the Barth's cm*. COUNTDOWN! 424 DAYS AI .. 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