New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 23, 1995, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 23, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 23, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Tues. - Mike Abernathy Thur - Donnie Brown Sat. - Craze CHICKEN FRIED STEAK *2.°° OFF LARGE *1.'00 OFF SMALL COUPON EXPIRES SEPT. SO FOR TOGO ORDERS USE THE PICK UP WINDOW 629-3311 NO COVER FULL BAR Obituary GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 629-6400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave. NO Service Fee Airline Tickets ServiceMASTER. BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 W. San Antonio $1.50 ALL SHOWS $1.50 WAYMART ALWAYS LOW PRICES. ALWAYS WAL-MART. Snack Fat Free Crackers Cookies Reg *1.87 Clorox 1 gal Reg 97e Better Homes and Gardens Potting Soil Peg. *1.97    (40    lb    Bag) 10 “Hanging Baskets dp'4* $11 Q Daewoo 13” Color T.V. 1    ■    V    Color    T.V. Reg $139.00 Wal-Mart Charcoal 20 lb Bag •13” Color T.V. >181 Ch quartz frequency synthesis tuning system .Multi-mode on-screen ^display .•Programmable channel skip ^memory 24 hour programmable T.V. n I off function Convenient sleep timer Capable of decoding and (splaying the closed piton signals Full function remote control (210) 629-9121 1135 IH 35 W New Braunfels, Tx exas Briefs rug Cartel Leader egotiates With Mexican ovemment DALLAS (AP) — The head of one Mexico’s most powerful drug cartels negotiating the terms of his surrender ith the government of President ■ncsto Zedillo, according to published ports today. Juan Garcia Abrego, one of the 3l’s IO most-wanted fugitives, is nong other things demanding he not : extradited to the United States to cc trafficking charges. The Dallas loming News and The New York imes reported from Mexico City. Garcia Abrego, bom in the border wn of Las Palomas, Texas, is also king that he be jailed in the Mexican ison of. his choice under the protocol of his most trusted lieutenants, .S. officials told the papers. He is reported to be asking as well at authontics give medical treatment i his brother, Humberto Garcia brego, now in jail on money bunning charges and reportedly suffering e lingering effects of a gunshot ound to the abdomen. Juan Garcia Abrego, 51, heads the Gulf Cartel, one of the largest of Mexico’s 19 major trafficking organizations. Topless Dancers Urge City to Enforce Lewdness Laws EL PASO, Texas (AP) — Jessica St. John freely concedes she’s “no angel’’ and seems determined to prove it with explicit sexual language and photos of herself in various states of undress. The exotic dancer said she draws the line, however, at breaking the law. She wants the city to crack down on adult nightclubs where managers don’t share similar views, something she claims drove her out of her most recent job. “I was competing with girls who were willing to exchange body fluids with customers for $10,’’ Ms. St. John said Tuesday, minutes after telling the City Council that prostitution was “rampant’’ at the Prince Machiavelli Lounge. She was joined by two other dancers, who also complained that unlawful lewd behavior is an everyday thing at the club and that entertainers who don’t indulge in it lose tips, their only source of revenue. BUSINESS TRADE SHOW SPONSORED BY (^renter W fib SSI SUmmfrla Cornutin* of Commerce SEPT. 12 &13TH AT THE CIVIC CENTER REGISTER WEDNESDAY TO WIN A LAS VEGAS VACATION    AA AIRFARE FOR TWO ON AMERICAN AIRLINES A ACCOMMODATIONS FOR FOUR OATS ATHREE NIGHTS    awarded    in    cooperation with ascot travel inc Your hometown newspaper. The Friday, March 24 Herald-Zeitungwas 16 pages. It contained 54 local stories, and 986 local people had their name in the paper that one day. Times good S/18 thru 8/24 foiT AN Armure Mon Fri. Sat Sun CASPER®5100"* 2,0410 wtL'I V Mon * r‘ w hue iou 7 - c Were Sleeping 9 ,5 Sat Sun 7 15 9 15 Mon -Pfi ES 44_521° 2 00 4 30 IHerald-Zeitung G Wednesday, August 23 , 1995 □ 3 rrustees sworn in lime Padilla and Anne Miller, re-elected NBISD trustees, recently took the oath of office, administered by usan Stehle, NBISD superintendent’s secretary and notary public for the state of Texas. Padilla is beginning is second 3-year term on the board as school trustee for district 4. Miller is also beginning her second 3-year rm as trustee for district 2. When the board re-organized, elected officers were: Leo Chafin, president; Jaime adilla, vice president; Anne Miller, treasurer; Sylvia Sanchez, secretary; Dick Robinett, John Seidel, and Bette pain, trustees. ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6:00 PM $3.00 Thmi good 8/18 thru 8/24 WATERWORID ^ KEVIN COSTNER E3 7:00 945 Sat.-Su? 1:00 4:00 7:00 9:45 tots* Mon -Fri.Sal-Sun.i 5 00 1:30 4 :301 7;15 7:15 9 301 930 MOUM KMT. u°5«,i LIND! N ASHBY EH3 7:30 9:35 Sat Sun! 1:15. 3 25| 5 25 730 9.35 Mon.-Fn. ‘TJX’— OSS 5:10 7:25 Kin* Arthur * Cm,* Sat Sur^ 12 40 255 9:15 Mon.-Fri. DENZEL WASHINGTON 515 VIITIISITY 9 40 Sat Sun 1:10 3 20 5 30 7 40  9 50 IHI NIT^o” 7 10 ^    9    25 Sat Sun 1245 4 20 7.10 925 “\ ServiceMASiml \ >._____ mmiA I Call tor a frat estimate ServiceMaster By Holland 625-1625 23 La Mesa Dr. 24 Hour Emergency Service Morales, Yscnia Herrera, Stephanie Garcia; nephews David Morales, Manuel Morales, Domingo Herrera and five great nieces and four great nephews. Visitation continues until Thursday at 9:30 a.m. when the funeral procession departs the funeral home chapel. A prayer service will be held Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Zoellcr Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral services arc Thursday at IO a.m. at the Primera Iglesia Bautista at 2080 W. San Antonio St. with Rev. Eli Dominguez officiating. Interment to follow in the Hidalgo Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Flavio Tristan, Manuel Hernandez, Thcodolo Molina, Rafael Altamirano, Domingo Herrera and Reynaldo Castillo. TUNetyL HOME mor rn TRAVEL rn ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ J C0WB0YS/1RMC0S & MOKER? J if SEPT. 10/OCT. 8TH * jl. Call For Information: I 379-4073    ut379-5566 * ★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★Ar Carpet & Furniture Specialists •Fire/Water/Smoke Cleanup •Strip & Refinish Floors •Deep Soil Extraction •Window Cleaning •Residential/Commercial •Carpet/Fabric Protection •Spot Removal Juanita Campos Sandoval Juanita Campos Sandoval, age 64, of New Braunfels, died Tuesday, Aug. 22, 1995 at the Eden Home. She was bom Sept. 21,1930 in New Braunfels to Jose Campos and Eudocia Tristan Campos. She married Benjamin Sandoval who preceded her in death in 1975. She was a member of the Baptist Women’s Organization and had been employed as a nurses aide. Survivors arc her daughter and son-in-law, Araccli S. and Ernest Garza; son Juan Jose Sandoval all of New Braunfels; sisters and brothcrs-in-law Agripina and Francisco Morales, Teresa and Reynaldo Castillo all of New Braunfels; three grandchildren, Amber Dawn Garza, Joseph Ernest Garza and Krystin Elizabeth Garza. Nieces Sandra Lee Morales, Mireya Campos Moa-lcs, Elizabeth Marie Morales, Milly &/Ze (JtoefoeaC Cd S&aySfya Massage 620-0615 * J 133 Landa Street ;

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