New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 27, 1996, Page 2

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June 27, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 27, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2 0 Herald-Zeitung □ Thursday, June 27,1996 Friend of By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer The Guoda Conn Garden Club and past chib president Dolores Schumann recently received two distinguished awards from the Texas Forest Service and the Texas Uiban Forestry Council. During the Texas Urban Forestry Conftrace in May, the Guada Conia Garden CMb was awarded the Small Gvk Organization Project award for the 72-page Hany Lands Sdf-Guxkng Tree Thailand Growing Guide for the Lauda Part Arboretum. The guide describes 57 species of trees within , along with Scott Ogden, anAoed Br arboretum guide and has bam Be ifciving force replanting more Bm 96 Ms in Lamia Park during the hat IS years. She has been instruments, alang wife gardm dub members, in looking after foe arboretum and mak-ing sure the trees are well cared for. Schumann founded the Lands Park Arboretum in 1981. For her efforts in writing the tree Guada Conin Garden Club co-chnlrpnraon Joyca KolodzJa (toft); Bruca Ulna, framer dhuctor emeritus; and Dolor— Schumann, c^chalrpereon for tho Harry Landn SsK-Gukftng Tree Trail and Growing Guide, dlsplny ti, mf. a*-----a—■-     »-*»-- uwm rounaori uw pal riling. guide and making the arboretum into what it is today, the Texas Urban Forestry Conference named Schumann the winner in the Individual Achievement category of die Texas Community Forestry Awards. Tampering with evidence not only charge facing Winsett A Canyon Lake man arrested Monday for taking the weapon allegedly used in the suicide of Stanley Lindsey in March has been in custody since April for aggravated sexual assault, Sheriffs Office spokesman said. Paul Glenn Winsett, 44, was arrested April 29 in the alleged sexual assault case. His bond is set at $300,000 and he is awaiting a jury trial, the qwkesman said. Winoett baa abo been charged with layering with ct fabricating physical evidence, which is a third degree felony. The Comal County Sheriff’s Department alleges Winsett took the 9-mm weapon Lindsey allegedly used to shoot himself in the head. Lindsey was (hiving his pickup truck Mardi 13 on Smithson Valley Road before he crashed it Winsett was the wrecker driver at the crash scene. Winsett’s bond for the tampering case has been set at $50,000 by Justice of die Peace Ray Martinez. The weapon in question was traced to a person in Arkansas. In a subsequent investigation, Department of Public Safety Trooper Randy Wells allegedly traced the weapon back to Winsett. The Bexar County Medical Examiner’s Office verified die pistol recovered was the weapon involved in die suicide. Lindsey, 43, allegedly shot both his wife, Peruke, 43, and son, Sheldon, 18, in the head once with a .38-caliber gun in their home near Bulverde before killing himself. Lindsey allegedly used two weapons to kill himself and murder his wife and son. The .38 caliber gun was recovered the following day at the north bank of die Guadalupe River under the FM 311 bridge. Texas Today Co—wHIbb fownad To r, Texas (AP*) — Officials dying to hammer out a dispute over safety inspections of Mexican trucks have formed a steering committee to look for solutions that will grease the disgruntled freight owners. The owners, who halted shipments into the Rio Grande Valley Monday, have threatened another blockade if an tenement is not reached by tonight “We’re going to reach some agreement,” said Mike Allen, president of the McAllen Economic Development Corp., which coordinated a meeting Wednesday between the truck own-ttfs and interested parties. “We’re making progress,” Allen aid. “We’ve negotiated a lot of stuff.” The meeting resulted in a committee being formed to address problems the height owners have voiced with truck inspections conducted by the Texas Department of Public Safety and US. Department of Transportation. Pi Ww—Cl—sly Watch HOUSTON (AP) — With Russian voters poised to ay “nyet” to a Communist a their next president, few observers are more relieved than those in the American oil industry. Giants such a Exxon, Marathon and Conoco feared that Communist challenger Gennadi A. Zyuganov would ^oil plans to invest billions in Russia’s fostering od industry. But the jitters aren’t over yet lf Yeltsin wins by t narrow margin in Wednesday’s runoff election, his lack of a dear mandate could further muddte the lack of a clear policy on allowing foreign investment to reinvigorate Ruaia's exploration and development programs. “Yeltsin ha always had two faces, Md tbs question is which face would he show and how long would he Aow it,” said Matt Sagers, energy services dbedor for the Planeco consultancy in DC. Former Gov. Bill Clements appointed Wyppe, go attorney, to the Texas Water Commissioii-in 1987. He became chaimi* ift 1968 and resigned in in 1991. Hutchison, Lsutsnbsrq Tangle Over Stalking SHI WASHINGTON (AP)—Two senators took their increasingly bitter squabble to the Senate floor, arguing over who’s to blame for the delay in passage of legislation seeking to crack down on stalking across state lines. Texas Republican Sen. Ray Bailey Hutchison accused Sen. Frank Laut-enberg, D-N.J., of holding her anti-stalking legislation “hostage” by seeking to attach a measure of his own that would deny gun ownership to anyone convicted of domestic violence. Inclusion of that provision effectively torpedoes a vote on the stalking measure, she contends. “For him to say that he requires that his amendment be taken up with this bill, which has been cleared by 99 members of the Senate, I think is a smoke screen,” she said Wednesday during floor debate. Lautenberg, meanwhile, accused the Republican leadership of blocking consideration of his measure. “The concern is it’s too controversial apparently to take guns out of the hands of wife beaters and child abusers,” he charged. LawmakttfB Scrutinising FBT—r Twas Water AUSTIN (AP) — A heart attack tie scuba diving has killed BJ. ick** Wynne, 40, former Texts Waler Commiaiioner and EP A regional administrator. Ha ttdfomd the heart attack and died Wednesday while in die water with his ton off the coact of Belize. State leaders remembered Wynne ai a steward for the environment with td^cmniOKtttopubbc service. *j ** “Mm ”lhl oar heartfelt cyn^ rand children on this I,” Gov. Garage W. Bwh said. The winninq numbers Lotto Texas 6,18, 19,33, 37,46 Est. $4 miion jackpot Pick a (Wo*i—Bay) “I am so grateful and humble to it,” Schumann said. “I look at it and just dunk other people did a lot of work and say, ’This couldn’t be mine.'” Each award winner at the conference was given a limited edition paint- Obituary Alonzo Q. Soma Funeral arrangements arc pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Alonzo G. Serna of New Braunfels. He died Wednesday at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 46. FUNERAL HOME Eraser * rn Hunchback Of u Notre Dame [XT] Sit 3T 5:107:25 PJO AUSTIN (AP) — A sharp rise in student fees at state colleges and universities in Texas has lawmakers studying whether the increases are justified and just what the money is paying for. “There's page after page after page of fees,” Rep. Steve Ogden, vice-chairman of a House higher education subcommittee, said Wednesday. “The Legislature is confused. The students and parents are confused, and I wouldn't be surprised if most university presidents are confused." DWC*«ARX OiNwsOiAin Ba iii] Oui Shiv i SI Ii irn aviLi * *4PD J MMUIX* em ;$*» GB i aft* 730*45 Bm BD Ba BB Bah 1:454:15 7**15 **eooFI * *    7    .15*00 Adults *819 Chinese *3* I ing of “The Founder’s Oak,” a painting of die 300-year-old Texas Live Oak tree in Landa Park. The painting was done by artist Ronnie Wells. There were only 25 signed paintings given to Texas Forest Service award winners last year and this year. No more future editions of die painting will be published. As a result, the Guada Coma Garden Cub received a painting, which now hangs in the Landa Park office. Schumann also received the “Founder’s Oak” painting for herself. The Landa Park Arboretum guide received the District VII Texas Garden Clubs Directors Citation for this year. Garden club members did a good job in making the tree guide an easy read, Schumann said. “We knew when we were writing it drat we wanted to give the most information we could for the size of the book we had,” Schumann said. “It (civic award) is such a big award for the state of Texas... We feel die state of Texas must feel this (tree guide) is a good product.” SWS!? then from All servicemen from San Antonio were unharmed from a terrorist bomb, which killed 19 Americans in a dormitory complex Tuesday night. “All 17 of our people stationed in Dhahran are safe,” Randolph Air Force Base spokesman Tech Sgt. Steve Smith said. Brooks Air Force Base reported that all five of their personnel stationed at the Saudi Arabia air base were unhurt by the explosion, which left a crater 35 feet deep and 85 feet wide. the source of the explosion was thought to be a fuel truck parked outside a fence approximately 35 yards ‘All 17 of our people stationed in Dhahran ara fate J i —Tech Sgt Steve Smith Randolph AFB spokesman from the Khobar towers, the apart* ment complex destroyed by the A spokesman for Kelly Air Force Base said 59 servicemen from their base are stationed in die Southwest Asia theater, with 21 stationed at mm -*iSL Dnanran. AJJ 21 or those and women wtirifp unhurt. Thirteen servicemen from Lackland Air Force Base escaped injuries as well, a Lackland spokeswoman said. Summer Showcase feSU HW Pain may be eliminated for millions (SPECIAL)—A new drug has been approved that is exciting researchers in the treatment of pain. 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