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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 5, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                INSIDE Canyon keeps rolling knocks off Smithson Valley in basketball see Sports Page 10A COUNTDOWN 44 DAYS New Braunfels Sesquicentennlal March March Inside Letters to the Sports The Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Ken Kuehler Stella Luerson Mark Hans bauer Grandpa Jeb Kofula Mike Noble Carol B Morales Robin Williams Dorothy Voll becht Emily Jean Villanueva and Jeffrey Oilh Happy anniversary to Mr and Mrs Frank Young Music Study Club sponsors patriotic concert To commemorate Presidents Day members of the Comal Com munity Band will present a patriotic concert at 7 Thursday Feb 9 at the Seele Parish Hall 190 W Coll St Sponsored by the New Braunfels Music Study Club the program is free and open to the public Ticket sellers needed for barbecue The Sesquicentennial Commis sion is planning a barbecue for Sat urday April 22 in the Wursthalle The commission hopes this event will be the largest barbecue this community has ever seen All organizations in the area are invited to become involved in sell ing tickets to this event The orga nization will receive 1 for each ticketthat it sells This could be a great way for organizations to raise funds and serve the community Call Jim Scheele at the Chamber of Com merce 6252385 or Nancy Har grove at 6084264 ArtBeat 95 contest entries due Youth ArtBeat deadline to enter the art contest and to sign up to entertain is Feb 10 Needed jug glers mimes bands vocalists entertainers of every kind Young artists from kindergarten to high school ages are invited to enter the art contest The Peoples Choice weekend of judging the entries is Feb 18 with the Youth ArtBeat festival to be held Feb 25 All the festivities take place in downtown New Braunfels For information call 6082100 or 6090454 Rose clinic at Schulz Nursery Members of the San Antonio Rose Society will conduct a very informative Rose Clinic at Schulz Nursery in Marion from 10 until noon on Saturday Feb 11 Pruning feeding planting and spraying will be covered Admis sion is free Public invited Arbor Day ceremony at Landa Park A Sesquicentennial Arbor Day celebration will be held Feb 14 at 2 in the Landa Park Arbore tum near Pavilion 7A Three trees will be planted Members of all Garden Clubs are invited to attend as is the general public The winning numbers Ballet de Danza Folklorlca PagelB Baseball is back High School teams start season Monday See Page 12A New Braunfels 4 I 0 10 SUNDAY IV V j Irl HeraldZeittii 86 36 Pages In three sections Sunday Feb Serving Comal County for more than 142 years Home of Mark Hansbauer I Vol 143 No 60 McKenna cleared TDK lifts threat of pulling Medicare By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer HeraldZeilung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Carnival feeds the hungry Meghan Timmerman and Erica Ramirez sit in the middle of the floor of the Saints Peter and Paul School Gymnasium Friday where they held their Catholic School Week Carnival Tickets were bought by bringing in food Each can was worth three tickets The Food Bank received a truckload of food McKenna Hospital is no longer under the threat of losing its connection with the Medicare Program said McKenna officials Friday Johnny Johnson chief executive officer of the hospital said officials from the Texas Department of Health completed a threeday repeat inspec tion They gave the hospital a clean report which was accepted by the fed eral Health Care Financing Adminis tration a state health inspector told Johnson We are no longer under scrutiny under the Texas Department of he said The hospital had been notified of termination of benefits following a complaint and subsequent initial sur vey If they did not comply Medicare participation would have ended by Feb 11 Johnson said the complaint stemmed from a laboratory incident four years ago when proper documentation had not been filed The complaint was filed recently however prompting a call from the federal and state authorities They made a finding of documen tation needed they gave several days to complete the he said they conducted a fullscale inspection of the Johnson said he understood concerns given a federally purchased public notice in HeraldZeitung and verbage such as serious and immedi ate used by federal authorities He maintained the hospital correct ed the problem after the incident occurred four years ago investigation By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer New Braunfels Fire Department officials are still inves tigating the cause of a fire at a group of selfstorage units ear ly Saturday morning The fire department responded to the call at said NBFD Captain Ray Hacker Located at 1190 Eikel nine storage units were destroyed and 14 others were damaged The NBFD was on the scene for more than five hours Two arrested in drug raid By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer Friday Feb 2 at the Comal County Sheriffs Dept executed a search warrant at 330 South Live Oak in New Braunfels said Ellwood Hoherz chief deputy The Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force assisted in the search Approximately 12 ounces of marijuana were seized along with scales many weapons and other contraband currency was also seized Two arrests were made as a result of the search Senaido Chino Rodriguez 31 and Martha Rodriguez 32 They were charged with felony possession of marijuana over four ounces but under five pounds WHEN BEES COME CMMNG Presence of Africanized strain in county earns bees new respect By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Matt and Lisa Hattoon didnt know what to do when they found a swarm of bees on their house near the downtown area of New Braunfels Their concern would probably be mir rored by many in the same situation espe cially because of the presence of African ized socalled killer bees in the region We called everybody No one could really tell us what to said Lisa Eventually they found an exterminator Gold Star that came and killed the swarm They also contacted a beekeeper Preston Kennedy about the situation People can call the county extension ser vice which will give out the names of bee keepers These beekeepers can remove the queen and her workers Exterminators are now under law allowed to kill the bees In this case as always it was difficult to tell the difference between Africanized and European bees Both are so similar in appearance a microscope must be used to tell them apart They probably were said Kennedy a licensed beekeeper because the more docile European bees generally do not start swarming until later in the year Africanized bees aw much more aggres sive than European Because of this Kennedy said most bees not under supervi sion in a beekeepers hive will eventually be crossbred and Africanized And because they are more likely to protect or attack they are termed killer The African ized bees stings are no more powerful than European bees but the African ized bees will attack with less provocation attack in greater numbers and will pursue their target further All bees swarm African Experts say that since you can never be sure what type of bees ized bees swarm you are dealing with you should treat all bees like they are the more said Africanized variety Steve Muecke of GoldStar Africanized bees are not as aggressive when they swarm but they can be very protective of the Both stressed caution when dealing with bees There is nothing to be in fear of more like consciencous said Muecke Treat them all like they are Kennedy said Africanized bees have been here several years but many people did not notice them The city environment provides many sources of food more so than the country Weve had calls about the new recy cling bins the bees are coming to the soda said Kennedy an employee of New Braunfels Utilities He said people should wash out the cans and if bees come around wait until dark when they leave Bees generally go home at night he said but will attack a flashlight County prepares to deal with space crunch at annex By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer jackpot County Commissioners and other officials are trying to decide how to improve space on the third floor of the Comal County Courthouse Annex Thursday the county attorney sug gested moving several offices in the third floor mainly affecting the dis trict Clerk county attorney and dis trict attorney County Attorney Nathan Rheinlan der said his office already was being pushed past the point of over crowding The county plans to hire another assis tant county attor ney for environ mental areas such as septic tanks casteel which would only increase the need for space Weve got a stop gap measure Carter Casteel We feel this is the most conserva tive way of doing said Rhein lander after showing the court plans for renovations Rough estimates say the work could top the mark We havent created anything with this We are just shuffling people said County Judge Carter Casteel who did not support the plan Weve got a stopgap measure The fourth floor of the annex is used for storage Commissioner J L Jum bo Evans suggested that space for office use Rheinlander added the adult proba tion office is expected to double its caseload due to new state laws that provide for increases in probation Court members discussed using land directly across Mill St from the annex to house a building for probation or buying the vacated Winns building In other action the court approved an increase in liability insurance cov erage cost through the Texas Associa tion of Counties The renewal covers automobile general law enforcement and public officials liability Costs will increase by to a total of per year with major increases coming in public officials 43 percent and law enforcement coverage Do you know an Unsung Hero See Page 44 to find out how to make nominations   

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