New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 21, 1997, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 21, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 21, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2A Q HerakJ-Zeitung g Wednesday, May 21,1997 Water From page I could expect to pay a little more because of \anaNe» such as billing, treating the water and getting it otwnecied to the user West sand GBRA was corking on similar jNMHt tesmduoon agreements with Dew Met. SAWS. Fair Oaks Ranch and the San Antonio River Anhwo “We got four similar types of agreements ne are looking at and trying to merge." West said. “Whoever minds up being a participant nill have a place at the table (on the joint management committee).” lf the agreements with the other entities can be put together by this morning, the GBRA board could approve the joint resolution next week, lf not board approval of the agreement may have to wait until the June meeting. West said. When the proposed pipeline is completed within the next few years, it is projected to provide 5.5 million gallons of water per day to Bexar County and serve an estimated 15,000 households in Bexar County and Comal County. The pipeline would transfer 8,000 acre feet per year of waler. Prosecution winds down in Oklahoma bombing trial RSVP to throw tour party All interested are invited to a tour party sponsored by the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program at IO a.m. May 28 at the Golden Corral Restaurant, 1332 East Court St. in Seguin. Presented at the party will be a December Eastern Caribbean cruise, Youth drowns near Seguin By ABE LEVY Staff Writer A 17-year-old Seguin man drowned to death Tuesday evening after he and a friend embarked (Mi a swimming trip at the Guadalupe River Bridge on FM 1117 near Seguin, officials said. The body of Mark Anthony Guerra was found about one half mile down the river from where he and a friend had entered at about 4 p.m., Guadalupe County Sheriff Melvin Harborth said. The drowning is the first of the year in Guadalupe River. Dense underbrush, deep mud and swift flows were to blame for the death after deputies and Guadalupe EMS responded at about 4:24 p.m. to the call, officials said. Two divers entered the water at the FM 1117. Shortly thereafter the teen-ager’s body was found downstream and were declared dead that evening by Justice of-the Peace Edwin Nuese, officials said. The Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife is investigating the incident, officials said. ^ACNGCCHALLC^j Thursday - Friday Jukebox, Shuffleboard & Pool Saturday Private Party Sunday “Brett Graham” (ie fever) 625-HALL 255 Saengerhalle Rd . N B. al (.It I HOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 629-6400 III 35 and Walnut Ave. The Fifth fri. Mon-Thurs Sd Sun Element 4:30-7:00    1    154:30 7:00 9:40 September “Las Vegas Canyon Country Sights and Shows,” December “Dickens on the Strand” and June “A Swiss Holiday.” For a brochure or to make a reservation for the tour party, call (210) 379-0300. DENVER (AP) — Oklahoma City bombing prosecutors prepared to wrap up their case against Timothy McVeigh after the judge thwarted a defense plan to fully attack the FBI crime lab — a weak link for the government. Through Tuesday, the prosecution had called 134 witnesses in 18 days, using McVeigh’s former friends and even his sister to try to tie him to the bombing, the worst act of domestic terrorism in U.S. history. Prosecutors expected to rest their case today by calling at least one more bombing survivor and presenting stacks of death certificates from the 168 people killed in the blast. “They’ve obviously worked hard and diligently,” defense attorney Stephen Jones said outside court. “We will soon have our turn at bat.” A source close to the case told The Associated Press the defense will call 30 to 40 witnesses over the next two weeks to challenge “every facet” of the government’s allegations. Sources said among the first defense witnesses likely will be people expected to contradict testimony from prosecution witnesses. The sources, who spoke on the condition that they not be identified, said the defense also hopes to discredit the FBI using a report by the agency that criticizes its own handling of the bombing investigation. McVeigh, 29, faces the death penalty if convicted of murder and conspiracy in the April 19, 1995 explosion. Correction The cutline for the fishing photo on page 6 of Tuesday’s paper contained incorrect information. The fish caught by Larry Todd of San Antonio on Saturday was taken at Lake Dunlap. tuff ll\ll\ SIMA IAI, Chicken Fried Seesk I > /    ’N'    I    X- 'Tost 'cst m Ton'a' >■ TUESDAY tm JAM NIGHT "THURSDAY Hi SONGWRITERS V MGN! z Al Barlow FRIDAY Chuck O’Connor SATURDAY JTuvfM BB 2000 Minds Mansel Harris,M-D- is pleased to announce the opening of his practice in Adult and Pediatric Urology. Dr. Harris is leaving His current position as Assistant Professor of Urology at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio and Chief of Urology at the Audie L. Murphy Veterans Hospital to join Cary Leverett, M D. Together Dr. Harris and Dr. Leverett will form Comal Urology Associates. New patients will be welcome July 1. 1997. Dr. Harris is certified by the American Board of Urology. 876 Loop 337    (210)625-8088 Building C. Suite 302 New Braunfels. Texas 78130 I jmda Station |*pr«‘ v ♦finch Window ik) b?9 3311 3JIIAII0AST. mwmimnu BAKI! FiO MINUTE SSL CHANGE Open Mon-Sat 8:30-6:00 [210) 625-35 1644 McQueeney New Braunfels, TX N Sequin St Specials too* Nay 21-May 27 MEMORIAL DAT IMP Will Bn Pond Monday 26th I Pork Country-Style Ribs 39 lb. White Market Rems Last Market Made Fresh Sausage PC-13 *40 Ffi.MoftHsg Breakdown 4:55-710 in CU 910 4:55-7.10 I 9,10 J ” Fathers Day i I Fri. Ilion Thun $'10-7:20 MO Sot Sun 12:50 3 00 I 5:157:20 J Austin Powers ^ ......R-- Eil Ms" Tbvf J 510-730 *20 5:10-7:30 9 20 J ^Volcano I PG-13 I Fri. Mon TW 4:45 7:15 *45 Sof-Sun ^ 100-4:45- 7:15-9:45 rRomy & Michelle . rn fiL Ron Thurs ^oj Sgn A 4:50-4:50 12 30 240 9:00 4 50 6:50-9:051 Fresh Ham Steak p Great for BSQ $i79i Hornet Cooked Ham vO|J96% Fat Frat) ^ ,$159.b. • Fresh MHS gop6 5/t6 Uuru 5/22 L| Jungle (J 2 Jungle L I PG I 9:10 7:00-9:10 ^ cv Shine Fri Mon-Thurj Seffot | YOTT 2-KM20 I B PG-13 *20 7:10-9:20 J Hormel American Cheese sr it1 vJL$197 lb. afkel Baking Potatoes 5*./$T Yellow Onions 5*. 7*1“ Obituaries Edwin E. Bading Edwin E. Bading of Seguin died May 20,1997, in Seguin at the age of 98 years. He was the last surviving member of the Geronimo Maennerchor, Male German Singing Club. Funeral service will be 4 p.m. Thursday, May 22, 1997, at Friedens United Church of Christ with Rev. Ardie J. Kendig officiating. Interment will be in Lone Oak Cemetery. Visitation began at IO a.m. today at Goetz Funeral Home. Memorials may be given to Friedens United Church of Christ or the Lone Oak Cemetery Association. Goetz Funeral Home, Seguin Frances Rezny Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Frances Rezny, who died at Eden Home Tuesday, May 20, 1997, at the age of 94 years. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Harry Collins Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Harry Collins, who passed away at his residence in New Braunfels on Tuesday, May 20, 1997, at the age of 75 years. 2rn JLSFUN 'cr "3rd Generation OI FvnUy Service" FUNERAL HOME si' 'ONSOKI I) I ( v •ii I cl ( Nickel \\ Itcip.llk Rem' ll, : I ,i Kl / c 11 im : s. rec ii ( )i I :■ I ii ( . Ml-.ll UC I I I’M I .ll '.in : New Uianni Sib Pkg. or mon BISIT mm PMCiBS Frozen, Cut and Wrap 1/2 Beef    1.69 Hindquarter 1.75 Forequarter    1.63 _ Coke, Sprite epk. Dr. Pepper, Tab, Barq’s $139 me Packet Pickup and Registration will be Sat., May 17 & Sun., May 18 from 9 to 4 at McKenna Sports & Fitness Rehabilitation Center and all week from 7 am to 6 pm. (Located in the Professional Building across from McKenna Memorial Hospital.) 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