New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 14, 1997, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 14, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung g Friday, February 14, 1997 □ 3A Astronauts enhance Hubble Associated Press SPACE CENTER, Houston — Working through cycles of night and day as they sped around Earth, astronauts outfitted the aging Hubble Space Telescope today with two powerful new eyes to enhance its view of the universe. Spacewalkers Mark Lee and Steven Smith, in bulky space suits and breathing heavily, went about their business with a minimum of chatter. They removed two scientific instruments from the Hubble and replaced them with two others more powerful and up to date. But there were a few asides as Lee and Smith worked in the shuttle's open cargo bay against the background of a blue Earth. “Beautiful planet,” said one of the astronauts. Comal County Commissioners Court The following actions were taken by the Comal County Commissioners Court at the Thrusday meeting: ■ Approved claims. ■ Granted final approval of Lewis Ranch, Unit I, accepted road construction surety of $245,000 and granted a variance to the minimum radius for horizontal curves. ■ Granted final approval of Hill Country Resort, Phase 9, which will establish a time-share condominium resort in the county. ■ Received a “How Goes It” report on the maintenance of buildings. It was reported that the construction of the probation building is the progressing nicely and once the probation departments move, remodeling and touch ups on the vacated space in the old courthouse will begin. Remodeling is underway in the county attorney’s office, and interviews soon will begin to find a replacement for the maintenance staff member who has taken another job in the county. ■ Received reports from elected officials and staff. Commissioner Danny Schcel reported that during a recent discussion will a judge, the issue of a second county court at law was raised, and that may be something the court will need to consider at growth continues. Commissioner Jack Dawson said appointments to the committee to study future emergency and fire response needs are almost complete, and the court will be asked to approve the list on Feb. 27. County Judge Carter Casteel said the issue of consolidation will be taken to the legislature, but a slight revision has ta be made to the draft legislation Sic said the clause about the tounty bfing able to change its mind in four years has to be taken out because it is unconstitutional. Commissioner Cnstina Zamora told the court about a presentation she made recently to a class at Texas Lutheran College regarding Commissioners Court. She said the students were particularly interested in how difficult it was for a Hispanic woman to get elected. Commissioner Moe Schwab told the court that a pilot program will be conducted to test the effectiveness and feasibility of putting low-risk jail inmates to work in the county. The pilot program will be conducted in the rural recycling program. Sheriff Bob Holder said the jail administrator has implemented a program where inmates have a $5 copayment for medical visits. ■ One member of the public addressed the court. He commended the court for combining morality and politics when the issue of a golf tournament using topless caddies came up months ago. ■ Approved the acknowledgment of one new hire for the jail, and authorized the county judge to sign the new hire checklist and job description as appropriate. ■ Adopted resolution 97-96 in honor o the late Congressman Frank Tejeda. ■ Approved the October 1996 and November 1996 Term Minutes. ■ Appointed the maximum number of clerks for each polling place for March 15. 1997. Special Election: One judge and two clerks for a total of three workers at each polling place. ■ Approved consolidation of polling places for the March 15, 1997 special election. For the special elections, precincts 8, 13 and 27 will be at Lone Star School, precincts 14 and 28 will be at United Methodist Church, precincts 15, 29 and 30 at Eagles Hall and precincts 16 and 17 at Frazier Elementary School. Precincts 8 and 17 were combined with others because only a small number of voters arc registered for this election in each precinct. ■ Appointed the central counting station pertoime! for (he March 15, 1997 special election: Tabulation supervisor-Linnell K. Hinojosa, Manager-Joy Streator and presiding Judge-Diana H. Rios. ■ Opened bids for patrol vehicles for the Sheriff's Department and Constable Precinct 4. ■ Approved a line-item transfer for Environmental Health from Inspectors Salaries account to Environmental Health Overtime account to fund line and approve request for budget amendment. unj> Rules of Love Are Mandatory On This Day for Sweethearts by Abigail Van Buren O 1997 Universal Press Syncftcate DEAR READERS: A Happy Valentine’s Day to one and all! There may be snowdrifts on the ground or rain clouds in the forecast, but regardless of what the weatherman says, there is sunshine and springtime in our hearts. Years ago, in celebration of Valentine’s Day, I decided to write my own Ten Commandments, the Ten Commandments of Love. Actually, at the time I was so enthusiastic that I wrote 20 — one set for men and another for women. But then I received a letter from Mandy Stillman, a lawyer from Milwaukee, insisting that there be only one set of commandments. She was right, of course. And here they are for your review: THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF LOVE • Put your spouse before your mother, your father, your son and your daughter. Your mate is your lifelong companion. • Do not abuse your body with excessive food, tobacco, drink, or any foreign substance that goes into your arm or up your nose. rn e will never forget the wonderful Hospice group who loved and cared for us during Andy’s illness. We love you all. Andy Andrews Family EVER WONDER WHY MORE PEOPLE ARE BUYING THEIR CARS ... 719 Lamia SI. m New Braunfels Mon Tri Vam fepm Sal 9am 2pm MOTOR COMPANY r 643-9000 Come see the difference... You'll Like It!Lunch fo Pinner Mon. ~ Roast Beef, Salmon Croquettes, Chicken Fajitas Tues. - Chicken & Dumplings, Pork Chops, Meat Loaf Wed. - Chicken Fried Chicken, Shrimp Plate, Sauerbraten Thurs. - Turkey & Dressing, Smothered Sausage, Cutlets Fri. ~ Fish, Hamburger Steak, Chicken Fried Steak Sat. - Fried Chicken, Sauerbraten, Smothered Sausage, Schnitzel, Pork EXTRA Friday Mi, S-*:J0 Sat Nite Special Friday All Day AN-Yow-Cm-Eat All BBQ Ribs Mexican Plate Fried Fish You Can Eat s5.” $55. s4.,s 148 S. Casten 625-7581 • Remember that cleanliness is a virtue. • Willingly share all of your worldly goods with your mate. • Do not forget to say, “I love you." Even though your love may be constant, your spouse needs to hear those cherished words often. • Remember that the approval of your spouse is worth far more than the adoring glances of a hundred strangers, so be true and forsake all others. • Permit neither your business nor your hobby to make you a stranger to your children. The most precious gift a parent can give is time. • Keep your home in good repair, because out of it come the joys of old age (not to mention its resale value). • Forgive with grace, because who among us does not need to bt* forgiven? • Honor the Lord your Clod every day of your life, and your children will grow up and bless you. Today, be a sweetheart. Call someone you love and say. “I love you." LOVE, ABBYNR New Braunfels ME Minor EmergencyAlways Open During Lunch!Hours: Monday-Friday 10a.rn. to 9p.m. Saturday 10a.m. to 5 p.m. 609-3413226 TV. Union » Ut % rn 40 rn V J mi V JJelvia w Jffi Amar ; ♦ */l It/ £ CVC ^AAnl idVht J# Any Way I Say It...Ifs True!!! ; * w % That’s Why for 30 Years J* I’ve Loved You! .J tet «*■ • 40 “Fernet/ Concerned about high cholesterol? 5ylvana Research and CTHR are looking for malee and females 20-65 years of age to participate in an important medical research study involving the treatment of high cholesterol.)The study involves up to 6 visits to our San Antonio facility over f five month period, lf you qualify, you will receive free medical screening and cholesterol testing, and you will be eligible to purchase a cholesterol lowering product. 6y participating in this study you will be paid up to $200. lf you are concerned about your cholesterol level, call today at 1-&00-701-37&I to see if you qualify for this study Sylvana Research and Central Texa6 Health Research Police Beat New Braunfels Police Department Wednesday ■ Arrest on charge of public intoxication, New Braunfels man, 38, bond $112. ■ Arrest on a warrant for assault with bodily injury out of Austin, New Braunfels man, 34, bond $1,500. ■ Arrest on warrant from Comal County for issuance of a bad check. New Braunfels man, 25, bond $132. ■ Report of burglary of habitation. Longhorn Grill, 1030 Business 35, subject entered through side door to take a floor safe valued at $100 and $800 in U.S. currency, no suspects. ■ Arrest on charges of driving while license suspended, expired drivers license and failure to maintain financial responsibility, New Braunfels man, 20, bonds $694. Tuesday ■ Report of burglary of habitation, 431 Wood Meadow, bottle of Valium and cigarettes valued at $19.50. Comal County Sheriffs Office Thursday ■ Arrest on charge of dnving while intoxicated, Austin man, 21, bond $300. Wednesday ■ Arrest on two warrants for thefl. New Braunfels man, 21, bonds $600. ■ Arrest on warrants for one bad check and two thefts by check. San Marcos woman, 43, bond $ I JOO. ■ Arrest on charge of violation of parole, New Braunfels man, 22, no bond. ■ Report of theft, 737 Fawn River Drive, Spnng Branch, $40 plaque ■ Arrest on warrants for minor in possession of alcohol and taikae to appear, New Braunfels man, 18, bends $400. Tuesday ■ Report of burglary of building, 164 Eden Ranch Drive, Saltier, fishing gear totaling $700. Feb 7 ■ Report of burglary of habitation, 175 Quarter Horse Lane, Fischer, $840 in tools. Feb. 5 ■ Report of theft, 2136 Interstate 35, three California Rabbits valued at $100. VUAUjU^ XTEX) INSURANCE (210) 625-7511 437 F I-anda Si • Ne* Braunfels TX 78110 ;

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