New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 31, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 31, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 31, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas THURSDAY Barry Switzer named new head coach of Dallas Cowboys See P 50 CENTS COUNTDOWN 3M DAYS NewBraunlete Seiquicentermfal March March Neiv Biraunfels in one section Thursday March Serving Comal County for more than 142 years Home of PETE CORDOVA SR I Vol 142 No 100 Inside Letters to the Sports Stammtisch irtnaay wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Pete Cordova Diana Marie Perez Marty Keen David Slater Vernon Binder Kenard Board Audrey Dean Felix Gallardo Gilbert Brent Rebecca Hard ing Dave Hochanadel Queenie Howard Janice McLlavaine Mary Wagner Happy Anniver sary to Jose Juan Teresa Duron 6 years MidTexas Symphony sponsors Music Memory contest The MidTexas Symphony Society is again proud to sponsor a Music Memory Contest for stu dents of the 5th and 6th grades in New Braunfels and Seguin Contestants will identify 15 classical works and composers to quality for awards First prize has been contributed by Schlitterbahn Water Park For information on date time and requirements call Betty Lou Rushing at 6256362 and leave message barbecue cookers sought for April 23 event Anyone interested in competing in the wurst barbecue competi tion in Texas should call Suzanne Herbelin at 6259167 to sign up The Wurst CookOff and Dance is slated for Saturday April 23 on the Wurstfest grounds in Landa Park Entry fee is per team for the first meat category or for two or threemeat categories Cookers can also enter the side dish category for After die cookoff RoTel and the Hot Tomatoes will perform at Wursthalle Tickets will be at the gate or in advance City offices to close for Good Friday In observance of Good Friday and Founders Day all city offices will be closed on April 1 However the city sanitation department will maintain garbage pickups as scheduled For further information or assis tance call 6082140 Mondays through Fridays from 7 to 4 During weekends leave a mes sage on the recorder and the city office will return the call during regular office hours Stammtisch The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung invites its readers to sub mit items to Stammtisch According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German community Stammtisch represents a sitting place for mem bers of the community to gather and share the days happenings you to share with The winning numbers UttO 1626 3038 LOTTO A THANKLESS JOB Officials swear by food prepared at county jail By ROGER CROTEAU City Editor i irginia Reed Alice Miller and Ger ry Nolle have a thankless job They are jail cooks arid everyone knows jail food is the pits Or maybe it isnt The folks that eat the food day in and day out say the food at the Comal County Jail is just fine Working alone in a very small kitchen with just one old stove and four ovens the three women prepare up to 450 meals a day for the inmates And by all accounts they do a heck of a job of it too They take so much pride in their cooking they make sure it tastes good every meal every said Assistant Jail Administratqr Bill I have no problem with said Detention Officer Jimmy Ortiz who eats the jail food almost every day Of course the inmates are always saying they dont get enough but every time an inmate who has been here a while leaves he cant fit into his clothes They cant snap their The meate Reed Miller and Nolle pre pare are even more impressive when you figure the annual budget for feeding the inmates is or slightly more than per meal For breakfast Wednesday for example the inmates were served pancakes sausage chunks syrup margarine milk and coffee or tea At lunch the three were busy cooking 40 pounds of ham 50 pounds of yams and about 50 pounds of green beans to be served up on 103 plates for the inmates Then the food is rushed into food warmers and brought to the inmates in their day areas Dinner Wednesday was two hot dogs macaroni and cheese carrots fruit milk and coffee or tea The menu is prepared by Belinda Bazan a licensed dietitian at Inmates were not allowed to be inter viewed for this article but the jail staff is allowed to purchase the same meals for and many do Ortiz said the chicken Parmesan beef tips and tacos are all good but the days when ham burgerpotato casserole is served are the days he wishes he brought his own lunch Everything else is pretty good It is definitely worth the whwTJ far HeraldZeitung photos by JOHN HUSETH wnere else tor w Top photo County CQok Reed WOfks uetention utncer hard to prepare green beans for the days lunch Middle Mark Bryan said the photo Cooks Alice Miller Gerry Nolle and Virginia chicken Parmesan and Reed prepare up to 450 meals per day Bottom photo chopped barbecue sandYesterdays lunch consisted of ham yams and green wiches are his favorite meals but I like it all Everything they make The women said the roast and chick back there is good There is nothing wrong fn are the favorites among the inmates while turkey loaf and gravy gets the most complaints But even though they know the meals are good Reed Miller and Nolte know they will hear complaints After all the men and women locked up in with any of I wish you could talk to the Collins said I honestly think most of them would tell you the food is Corrections Officer Kermit Vetter said he normally brings his own lunch but When I do eat it Its always been good He singled out the King Ranch chicken and like every one else interviewed the chicken Parmesan as his favorites We eat it too and we wouldnt eat it if we didnt like Reed said the jail are not where they want to be and they dont have much to do but find things to complain about Some of them would still complain if you served them Tbones and baked potatoes Theyd like it but theyd still McBride being held in Comal County Jail By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer Kirk Wayne McBride 28 is being detained in the Comal County Jail after he was released from the Texas Department of Corrections last week According to Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer McBride was released on March 25 but no notification was given to the sheriffs office We got a call saying someone had seen him on the said Bremer He was arrested after officers stopped him on a motorcycle He was arrested for failure to maintain insurance and for not having a drivers license for a motorcycle according to Bremer Bremer said McBride was then served with a warrant for the indictments he is under in Comal County Those indictments are for the alleged aggravated sexual assault and kidnap ping of a New Braunfels woman The victim of the assault which occurred in 1990 said she was not aware McBride had been released until she received a call from the sheriffs office I wasnt even aware he was out of jail until she said She said she had been told by the prosecutor that McBride would not be paroled until 1995 One hour later I found out he was out on the she said The woman said normally a victim is notified if a suspect is being released however since McBrides conviction on the sexual assault case was overturned the woman was not noti fied I was astounded when I found out I am pleased that hes not on the she said McBride was released on mandatory super vision from the TDC Mandatory supervision requires that an inmate must be released if the time served and the inmates good time equal the length of the sentence When that occurs by law the TDC must release the inmate There is no decision to be made by the Board of Pardons and Paroles Bremer said they did not expect McBride to be eligible for parole until May He said the sheriffs office should have sent a teletype to the TDC requesting that McBride be detained However he said the sheriffs office had sent several other items of paperwork to TDC but it was later determined to be insufficient in order to hold McBride McBrides case involves a rape that alleged ly occurred in January 1990 He was convict ed of the rape in August 1990 He was sen tenced to four 99year terms The conviction was reversed in October 1992 Mayo clarifies position Seidel says he does not support sale of NBU By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer In an effort to clarify his com ments during Tuesdays budget meeting Mayor Rudy Seidel said he is not supporting the sale of New Braunfels Utilities During the meeting Seidel dis cussed the amount of money the city could receive by selling the utilities Seidel said he discussed those numbers only to justify the fact the city needs to receive more money from NBU He said no one on the city council supports selling NBU The city is expected to meet with the NBU Board of Trustees in April in order to discuss the possibility of the city receiving more funds from NBU The city is expected to ask NBU to transfer into the city revenue for the 199495 budget This pay ment would be in addition to the payment in lieu of tax es that the utilities is already obligated to provide NBU is expected to pay to the city for a payment in lieu of taxes in the 199495 budget In the budget the utilities provided the city with a During Tuesdays meeting Seidel explained that NBU has He said if the city got a 5 percent return on its investment inNBU it would receive approximately million If the city received a percent return it would gain Last year the city received plus the transfer which is less than a percent return according to Seidel Seidel said Seguin receives million from its util ities and San Marcos receives million He said he wants New Braunfels to get a halfway decent return on its Seidel said he had received several phone calls con cerning the statements about selling NBU that were printed in Wednesdays edition of the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung and were broadcast on a local radio sta tion He said he wanted residents to know the utilities is not for sale Council candidate Jim Mooney drops out of race By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer City Council candidate Jim Mooney 69 has decided to drop out of the race for the city council atlarge position Mooney announced Wednes day morning that he would not be running for the seat which has been vacant since last fall Mooney said he decided not to run for council because he objects against the closed and executive meetings conducted by the coun Ninety percent of these meetings are not necessary If they close the doors to one citizen they close the doors to he said I thought about it and milled it over in my said Mooney Mooney said he believes if he was involved m the decision to hold executive sessions he could find him self in a catch 22 because he might be subject to recall for attending the meeting or would not get his views aired if he did not attend the meeting I cannot in all good conscience be part of the coun cil he said Mooney said he will continue to be a watchdog for the citizens of New Braunfels and will not withdraw from his interest in city politics Mooney will said he is running an advertisement in the Herald today further explaining his reasons for withdrawing from the race Mooney announced his candidacy two weeks ago At that time he said he was running for the council seat in order to give answers to taxpayers Jim Mooney cil Buying Selling Look first in The Marketplace Comal Countys bargain center ;

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