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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas 2 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Friday, Fob. 18,1994 TOMATOES "Table ready" tomatoes Right oft the vines before your eyes THE ONLY COMAL COUNTY RESIDENT IN THE 207th REPUBLICAN PRIMARY ON MARCH 8th MAKE A DIFFERENCE JOIN THE CHAMBER MW HK \l M I I S CH WI HILK OI (omwi;k( i; MEMBERSHIP DRIVE FEB. 22-23-24 New Braunfels Sesquicentennial Europe Tour Book with us! Cnll for detail!. 629-2215 I BB I and, t Sir* ’ TASTE THE HOMEMADE DIFFERENCE Senior Citizen Special Lunch & Dinner Available • Bakery • T-Shirt & Souvenir Shop • Homemade Fudge 541 Highway 46 (1 Block South of I-35) 625-3280 MMaketMMWMFIiWWfiai* Carter Casteel for Comal County Judge The Truth is: I have DEBATED my opponent 5 times: 11/30/93 - Canyon Lake 2/1/94 - New Braunfels 2/7/94 - Bulverde 2/8/94 - Canyon Lake 2/10/94 - New Braunfels There Arc 2 Scheduled Debates: 3/3/94 - Canyon Lake - SVI IS 7:00 3/5/94 - KGNB - Comment Program 9;00 PO. Pot. Ad by Thomas W. “Bill” Cudabac, Campaign Treasurer Route 9. Box 266 Canyon Lake. TX 78133 March 8,1994 Republican Primary Early Voting Feb. 26 through March 4,I994 Flavor that you always knew a tomato should have Clean red fruit - no pesticides SURE--They cost more than the pretenders STOP BY THE GREENHOUSE -Call 606-1838 Now Open for the Season r    this CARD EhnTTLES THE BEARER TO    j I    m DISCOUNT EVERY TIME YOU EAT.    1 I    VAUD UP TO 4 PERSONS FOR ALL    I j    ENTREES    AND DAILY SPECIALS    I I    F*01l FEB. 7 THRU MARCH 4,1994    I I    25% OFF    i ^ please 1287 Gruene Rd # Gruene Historic District • 1210) 625-0684 The Form-You-3 Weight Loss Program was designed so you will lose body fat while maintaining lean muscle mass. On Form-You-3's healthy weight loss diet you can eat an abundance of delicious, low-fat foods and still lose weight! On the Form-You-3 Program, you won't have to starve to lose weight because we've cut out most of the fat, not most of the food! Average Cost Per Week (Bcned on 52 Weeki) CALL TODDY! 625-8522 / WflGHtCONTROiCfNTERSr Individual **9ighl Ion may vary I    orrtA UPiwi MM4 OI VV 3 ftxm You 3 International Int $7.55 TI SUS District Judge Comal, Hays, Caldwell "There are too many frivolous lawsuits, too many dangerous criminals not serving enough time, and not enough sensitivity to victim's rights. Those are key concerns and I intend to do something about them." ★ Policeman - For 5 years he saw the problems first-hand. ★ City Judge (8 years) ★ City Prosecutor ★ Selected as a briefing attorney - Texas Court of Criminal Appeals (highest criminal appellate court in Texas). THE JUDGE FOR THE 207TH DISTRICT COURT HAS ALWAYS BEEN FROM COMAL COUNTY! THE ONLY OTHER TWO DISTRICT JUDGES SERVING COMAL COUNTY LIVE IN HAYS AND CALDWELL COUNTIES. (Paid Political Ad By Robison Campaign, Bill Mehrer, Treasurer. 391 I.anda. New Braunfels, Texas 78130) Today's waathar drawing was dona by George Garcia, aga seven, son of Maliaaa and Gsorga Garcia. Today's wtathtr Mostly cloudy an warm today. High naar 70 with a low noar 50. Mostly cloudy with a chanco of showers tomorrow. Water watch Canyon Lake.........007.14    IL Inflow...............ISS    cia Outflow .............145    cfs Edwards Aquifer... 626 80. dn .01 Comal Springs JOO, aam# Obituaries Frank A Eckart Funk A. Eckart of New Braunfels died at McKenna Memorial Hospital Friday, Feb. 18,1994 at the age of 83. He was bom Jan. 27,1911 in Comal County to Wendelin and Emma (Reiniqger) Eckart He married Lucille Eiamatm Feb. IO, 1945 in New Braunfels. He was retired from the maintenance section a die Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation. He belonged to SS Peter and Paul Catholic Church, the Knights of Colombus and the Mission Valley Bowling Chib. Services will be Saturday, Feb. 19a IO am a SS Peter and Paul Catholic Church with Msgr. Edward Bily of New Braunfels officiating. Burial will be a SS Peter and Paul Carotic Cemetery. A Rosary will be recited a Doep-penschrakt Funeral Home Friday a 7 pJL Survivors include: his wife. Lucille Eckart of New Braunfels; daughters Margaret Eckart of San Antonio and Catherine Pare and husband Ronald M. of New Braunfels; son Wendelin F. Eckart aid wife Judy of New Braunfels and grandchildren Jarred W. Pipe of Waco, Stacey L. Pape of New Braunfels and Christy A. Eckart of New felt and Christy A. Eckart of New Braunfels. In lieu of flowers, the frmily suggests memorials be given to die SS Peter snd Paul School Tm* Fund. DosppenachmkJt Funeral Homa Joseph Stephens Joseph Stephens of New Braunfels died a Colonial Manor Care Center Feb. 16,1994 at the age of 77. He was bom Oct 13,1916 in Crane, Missouri to Lark Jackson and Sally (Logan) Stephens. He was retired from the Missouri-Pacific Railroad. He was a U.S. Army veteran of World War B, and received the Purple Heart. A memorial service will be conducted a a later date in Crane, Missouri. He is survived by daughters Judy Gail Watson of Springfield, MO, and Dortha Jo Stephens of Forsyth, MO; son Gary L. Stephens of Stockbridge GA; siaers Agnes B. Stephens of Crane, Dortha McCracken of New Braunfels and Tempi Ticde of Crane; brother Donald J. Stephens of Chetopa, Kansas; five grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. Memorials may be given to the charity of one’s choice. Dnaonenechmldt Funeral Homa Maria L. Merrifield Marie L Merrifield, of Bryan, died Feb. 16,1994 a Brazos Valley Medical Center a age 90. He was bom ical Center a age 90. He was bora Sept. ll, 1903 in Prairie City, MO. Funeral service will be a 2 pm. Friday, Feb. 18, graveside, with Dr. Tom Estes officiating. Burial will be at JACK ROBISON REPUBLICAN for 207th W.O.R.D. petition falls short By ROSE MARC EASH Staff Writer With a morion from Commissioner J. L. Evans staing that the court had not received the required number of signatures for a petition calling for a public hearing concerning the merits cf a proposal to dissolve the Water Oriented Recreation District, Commissioners voted not proceed with a public hearing on the matter a Thursday's court session. In other business commissioners voted to accept $12,000 of additional funds from Bexar Metro 9-1-1 towards the purchase of computer hardware for a computer-aided dispatch system for the Sheriff's Department. They also voted to appoint Marie Dawson as the representative from Comd County to the Alamo Area Senior Advisory Committee in the Alamo Area Council of Governments. Commissioners approved an order for the issuance of $75,000 in principal amount of revenue bonds issued by the Emergency Services District Number Two to be used for the purchase of a building to house the Emergency Medical Services personnel in the Canyon Lake area. Texas Briefs Banning of 'Racist’ Shirt Causon Student Protest TYLER, Texas (AP) — The principa of Robert E. Lee High School pledged to do whatever was necessary to maintain order today in the fece of a controversy over racially offensive T-shirts. White students passed out fliers Thursday urging students to walk out of first-period classes today for a protest for white rights, highlighted by raising of the Confederate flag on the school flagpole. As soon as school officials became aware of the planned protest, they had the chain cut on the flagpole so that no flag could be raised today. School principal Eddie Milham said police would be present for the start of classes today and that he would do whatever was necessary to nm the school day as normally as possible. Thursday, Hundreds of students staged a lunch-hour protest because a white student was forced to remove a T-shirt that school officials declared racially offensive. Dsfsnre Rests, Judge Works On Jury Chsrgs SAN ANTONIO (AF) — Eleven Branch Da vidians smiled and their lawyers voiced optimism after the defense closed its short case in a federal murder trial and looked ahead to jury arguments. Today prosecutors and defense attorneys meet before U.S. District Judge Walter Smith to mull over the instructions the judge will read to jurors before deliberations begin next week. Self-defense is a key issue. "I believe that a self-defense charge has been raised in the courtroom," said defense attorney Steven "Rocket” Rosea "That, I believe, is the most crucial part of it." Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park, New Braunfels. Merrifield was a graduate of Kansas State Teachers College and a former New Braunfels resident. She was preceded in death by her husband, Wafter Glenn Merrifield. Survivors include son Dr. Robert G. and Bobbie Merrifield of College Station; daughter Margaret Self of Oak Harbor, WA; six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Ca I la way-Jones Funeral Homa, Bryan Pirates teach water lessons ; By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer That helped Susan Paxson lose 60 pounds. Memorial Elementary students saw “Water Pirates ofNeverland” presented by the Edwards Underground Water District Wednesday afternoon and learned about water quality, water pollution and the proper disposal of household hazardous waste. Matt eastern and John Mikkelsen with the Small Change Original Theater group of Minneapolis, Minnesota, ate acting out a story that tells children about how the aquifer works, how it can be harmed and what that would mean to humans and animals on earth. The play, complete with costumes, sets and props, interacts with the children keeping their attention, entertaining and teaching. It is being presented to 80 schools throughout the Edwards Aquifer region in Comal, Hays, Medina and Bexar counties. The children at Memorial Elementary were enthusiastic and attentive. "This is the second year we’ve had them come," said Sharon Tate, Principal at Memorial Elementary. "The teachers say that the children really enjoy it and remember what they've been told about the aquifer." The live educational theater production is sponsored by the Edwards Underground Water District and often an alternative method of teaching from traditional lesson plans. "Preserving the aquifer’s water quality is a difficult concept," said Cinde Thomas-Jimenez. "The Small Change Original Theater touring company uses simple sets and audience participation to convey the message. Teachers receive classroom materials so they can reinforce what the children learned from the play." For more information on the program caU the EUWD at 1-800-292-1047. Malt Castana and John Mkkeisen taught student at -Memorial Elementary about water quality lasuee Wednesday. The theater production as sponsored by the Edwards Underground Water District. Herald-Zeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH ;