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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 25, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 Page 8 — Herald-Zeitung — Friday, March 25, 2011  Tokyo shoppers clean store shelves  TOKYO (AP) — Nearly two weeks of rolling blackouts, distribution problems and contamination fears prompted by a leaking, tsunami-damaged nuclear plant have left shelves stripped bare of some basic necessities in stores across Tokyo. Some people are even turning to the city’s ubiquitous vending machines to Find increasingly scarce bottles of water.  At the source of the anxiety — the overheated, radiation-leaking nuclear plant — there was yet another setback Thursday as two workers were injured when they stepped into radiation-contaminated water.  The two were treated at a hospital.  Supplies of bottled water grew scarce in Tokyo, one day after city officials warned  that the level of radioactive iodine in the tap water was more than twice what is considered safe for babies to drink.  Tests conducted Thursday showed the levels in the city’s water fell to acceptable limits for infants, but they were up in neighboring regions.  Frightened Tokyo residents hoping to stock up on bottled water and other goods flocked to shops across the city, some of which tried to prevent hoarding by imposing buying limits.  The first thought was that I need to buy bottles of water,” said Heiko Matsumo-to, a real estate agent and mother of a 5-year-old, who rushed to a nearby store to stock up on supplies. “I also don’t know whether I can let her take a bath.”  •a    •  CENTER  SPRING OPEN HOUSE & ARTISTS’ RECEPTION  Blooming wonderful" Art  Sunday, March 27, from 12-5 p.m.  JOIN US THIS SUNDAY...  • FREE ART DEMONSTRATIONS  • COMPLIMENTARY REFRESHMENTS  • REGISTER FOR SUMMER ART CAMPS, ADULT CLASSES & OUR FUN, NEW ART-2-G0GH PAINTING PARTIES!  830-624-5302  850 S. BUSINESS 1-35 New Braunfels  LOCATED ABOUT A BLOCK NORTH OF WALNUT AVE & HE-B   www.CasaDeLinda.com   CASA 0E LINDA ART CENTER  S. BUSINESS 1H 35  O  H-E-B   >*    Jg,  . i m    i  Photos by LAURA McKENZIE/Herald-Zeitung  LEFT: Eugene Wilson of the Bexar County Buffalo Soldiers Association responds to a student's question during a presentation for seventh-grade social studies students Wednesday at New Braunfels Middle School. Wilson portrayed Buffalo Soldier CpI. William 0. Wilson.  RIGHT: Cynthia Johnson recites a poem by Linda Kirkpatrick about Cathay Williams, the only documented female Buffalo Soldier, during Wednesday's educational presentation by the Bexar County Buffalo Soldiers Association for students at New Braunfels Middle School.  BENSON  CONTINUED FROM Page 1  his music — noted as distinctly Texan — also played a large role.  Benson joined several distinguished past honorees that include Barbara Jordan, Laura Bush, Anne Armstrong, Governor Rick Perry, San Antonio Spurs chairman Peter Holt, businessman and philanthropist Red McCombs, former AT&T and General Motors chief Ed Whitacre, and NBA Hall of Famer David Robinson.  Going down the list of past winners of the award since 1974, Benson noted they included two former presidents, several past governors and lieutenant governors and several other politicians.  “I was on the student council,” he quipped, drawing laughs from the 400 or so on hand. “I’m 6-foot-7 and I played basketball but not like  i icé* «**» *••  TODAY'S HIGHLIGHTS  ■ The 45th Texas Legislative Conference gets down to business today at 8:45 a.m. with an opening session and dedication ceremony followed by three panel discussions.  ■ Bill Allaway of the Texas Taxpayers and Research Association will lead the discussion on solving state budget woes and State Sen. Tommy Williams will moderate another on border security, and State Sen. Jeff Wentworth will moderate a panel on redistricting.  ■ A noon luncheon will feature Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst as the keynote speaker. The conference is scheduled to adjourn at 1 p.m.  David Robinson. There are guys here who ran billion-dollar businesses, and I play in honky tonks and at Gruene Hall.  “But 1 do have something in common with (Sen.) Kay Bailey Hutchison — we both have ponytails.”  Benson had been nominated for the honor by the late  state Rep. Edmund Kuempel of Seguin, a former conference chair. The conference has dedicated this year’s event to Kuempel, who died in November.  Benson was introduced by former White House staffer Karl Rove, the award’s 2003 recipient. Rove served as a senior adviser to former Governor and President George W. Bush. Rove’s hilarious intro accompanied a slide show that featured cutout mugs of Benson pasted on various superheroes and other entertainers.  Then Rove summed up what Benson means to this state.  “As Texans, we have our own way of talking and our own attitude, our own style, literature and music,” Rove said. “We wouldn’t be Texans without our own music, which is best epitomized in a style called western swing — Ray Benson’s western swing. ... He’s made that Texas sound  rgME LAKE Virr^_  MAIN  destine  STREET  QJgfjj  be historic  The Gruene Door Store & Wine Cellar showcases over 150 wines from around the world. To compliment your wine selections, we offer artisanal cheese and meats, gourmet spreads, delectable crackers, Texas made olive oils, pastas and sauces. Our daily wine tastings are a great way to experience new wines. We can accomodate private group tastings, cocktail parties and meetings, as well as host privately catered parties.  Gruene Grind Coffee Company is not your usual coffeehouse. Come in for the best coffee drinks in town and enjoy our relaxed atmosphere and friendly staff.  Alibi Boutique gives New Braunfels a fashion forward boutique where you can find fresh new styles for every season. We feature well known brands such as Miss Me, Kensie, Threads for Thought, Spanz, Big Star, Rock Revival and many morel While you are in, you can also find gifts for any occasion from birthday to baby!  Gruene Flour Cupcakery features delectable freshly made cupcakes in many flavors daily. Come in and try our cupcake of the day !  The Gruene Door  il Jinme  Weekend Chef Special  Chet Webbs Sweet Sov (ila/vd Chilean Seabass served with Smoked Salmon MasheisS. Beeeh Mushroom Buckwheat Noodle S.ilad with Tangerine Wasabi Buerre BI.uk .  Reserve now lor our 2nd wine dinner ol the vear on Thursday, March 31 st.  Please call 83(bb2b 2b00 lot details  MARTINIS • WINE • BEER • FULL BAR Monday - Friday • 4pm - 7pm  com« & experience the new and exciting contemporary lounge with the sound of the BO's music!  Located in the Gruene Lake Village.  2351 Gruene Lake Dr., New Braunfels, TX  jtr    mp*    mm ap*  ja| m  jit  Advertise here!  Please contact Jamie Gregg at 830.625.9144 ext. 210 or email  jgregg@herald-zeitung.com   vow*  Np»«* 0 *  Alibi Boutique • 2363 Gruene Lake Dr New Braunfels, Texas 78130 V    Phone:    830.627.1177   www.alibiboutique.com   an integral part of rock, pop, contemporary and virtually every type of music we listen to today.”  The folks got a little taste of it at the end, as Benson led the audience in the first verse of “Texas Our Texas,” followed by Wheel’s signature tune, “Miles and Miles of Texas.”  U.S. likely to keep combat role after shift  WASHINGTON (AP) — The United States welcomed a partial handover for the Libyan air campaign to NATO on Thursday, but the allies apparently balked at assuming full control and the U.S. military was left in charge of the brunt of combat.  NATO agreed to take over command of the newly established no-fly zone over Libya, protective flights meant to deter Libyan strongman Moammar Gad-hafi from putting warplanes in the air. That leaves the U.S. with responsibility for attacks on Gadhafi’s ground forces and other targets, which are the toughest and most controversial portion of the operation.  The U.S had hoped the alliance would reach a consensus Thursday for NATO to take iull control of the military operation authorized by the United Nations, including the protection of Libyan civilians and supporting humanitarian aid efforts on the ground. It was not immediately clear when the allies could reach agreement on the matter.  “We are taking the next step: We have agreed along with our NATO allies to transition command and control for the no-fly zone over Libya to NATO,” Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said.  ‘All 28 allies have also now authorized military authorities to develop an operations plan for NATO to take on the broader civilian protection mission,” Clinton said.  Lines of authority were unclear Thursday night, but it appeared the NATO decision sets up dual command centers and opens the door to confusion and finger-pointing. U.S. commanders would presumably be chiefly responsible for ensuring that the NATO protective flights do not conflict with planned combat operations undei U.S. command.  The Pentagon indicated U.S. warplanes will keep flying strike missions over Libyc even if the U.S. relinquishes the lead command role.  Senior administration officials said the breakthrough came in a four-way tele phone call with Clinton anc the foreign ministers o Britain, France and TUrkey The four worked out the wa> forward.  Here Come the Buffalo Soldiers   

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