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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 27, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                i Cortta Oatden Club aftd During thi Urban Forestry Wi feataViiftl in j UQPHHIOR rfOJCCf 1 WWO Growing Guide for the Aiboretum The guide dncritei of trees within Scott Ogden MftatdflieMtoKfann guide md has tatBlte driving face m planting mote 96 irees in LanckParfc during the lit 15 yon She his been instnnnen tal along dub rooribets in looking after the atboretum and male nig sure the trees ate well eared for Schumann founded the Landa Park Arboretumi in 1981 For her efforts in writing the tree CilBBdiCortM Garden emeritus and Doterea SchOmann cochalrpeiieri MHes former for the Harry Landa Tree Trail and Growing Guide jialnlliin nmr PUUIMVI um pMnuny guide and making the arboretum into I am so grateful and humble to what it is today the Texas Urban Schumann said I look at it and just Forestry Conference named Schutnann think other people did a lot of work and the winner in the Individual Achieve say This couldnt be ment category of the TexasCommu Each award winner at the corifer nity Forestry Awards ence was given a limited edition paint ing of file Founders a painting of the 30kyetMM Texts Live Oak tree in tanda 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 the painting will be pub lished As result the Guadt Cotna Garden Club received a painting which now hangs in the tanda Park office Schu mann also received the Founders 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 that we wanted to give the most infor mation we could for the size of the book we Schumann said It civic award is such a big award for the state of We feel the state of Texas must feel this tree guide is a good Tampering with evidence not only charge facing Winsett A Canyon Lake man arrested Mon day 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 arrest ed April 29 in thealleged sexual assault case His bond is set at and he is awaiting a jury tri al the spokesman said Winsett has also been charged with tampering win or fabricating physical evidence which is a And degree felony The Comal County Sheriffs Depart ment alleges Winsett took the 9mm weapon Lindsey allegedly used to shoot himself in the head Lindsey was driving bis pickup track March 13 on Smhhson Valley Road before he crashed it Winsett was the wrecker driver at die crash scene Winsetts bond tampering case has been set at by Justice of the Peace Ray Martinez The weapon in question was traced to a person in Arkansas In a subse quent investigation Department of Public Safety Trooper Randy Wells allegedly traced the weapon back to Winsett The Bexar County Medical Examiners Office verified the pistol recovered was the weapon involved in the suicide Lindsey 43 allegedly shot both his wife Peimye 43 and son 18 in the head once with a 38caliber 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 the Guadalupe River under the FM 311 bridge Obituary AtoiuoQ Sema Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Alonzo G Seraa of New Braunfels He died Wednesday at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 46 FUNEWLHOME Texas Today Formed To Former Gov Bill Clements appoint to hammer out a dispute Over safety inspections of Mexican truckshave formed a steering com mittee to look for solutions that will appease die disgruntled freight owners The owners who halted shipments into the Rio Grande Valley Monday have threatened another blockade if an agreement is not reached by tonight Were going to reach some agree said Mike president of die McAllen Economic Development which coordinated a meeting Wednesday between the truck own ers and interested parties Were making Allen said Weve negotiated a lot of The meeting resulted in a committee being formed to address problems the freight owners have voiced with inspections conducted by the Texas Department of Public Safety and Department of Transportation Oil Flrma doeety Watch Uneaten Election AP With Russian voters poised to say nyet to a Com munist as their next president few observers are more relieved than those in the American oil industry Giants such as Exxon Marathon and Conoco feared that Communist challenger Gennadi A Zyuganov would spoil plans to invest billions in Russias faltering oil industry But the jitters arent over yet If Yeltsin wins by a narrow margin in Wednesdays runoff election his lack of a clear mandate could further iquddle the lack of a clear policy on allowing foreign investment to rein VtgoratiC Russias exploration and development programs has always had two faces question is which face would I show and how long would he show TT Water He becamei in in 1991 Hutchison Lautenberg Tangle Over Stalking BUI WASHINGTON sen ators took their increasingly bitter squabble to the Senate floor arguing overwhos to blame for the delay in passage of legislation seeking to crack down on stalking across state lines Texas Republican Sen Kay Bailey Hutchison accused Laut enberg of holding her anti stalking legislation hostage by seek ing to attach a measure of his own that would deny gun ownership to anyone convicted of domestic violence inclu sion of that provision effectively tor pedoesa vote on the stalking mea sure 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 I a smoke she said Wednesday during floor debate Lautenberg meanwhile accused the Republican leadership of blocking con sideration of his measure The con cern is its too controversial ly to take guns out of the hands of wife beaters and child he charged Lawmakers Scrutinizing Student AUSTIN AP in student fees at state colleges and uni versities in Texas has lawmakers studying whether the increases are jus tified and just what the money is pay ing for Theres page after page after page of Rep Steve Ogden vicechair man of a House higher education sub committee said Wednesday The Legislature is contused The students and parents are and I wouldnt be surprised if most univer sity presidents are confused Pain may be eliminated for millions SPECIAL A new drug has been approved that is exciting research ers in the treatment of pain This material has been formulated into a new product known as Arthur and is being called a Medi cal Miracle by some in the treat ment of debilitating conditions such as 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