New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 12

About New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

  • Publication Name: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung
  • Location: New Braunfels, Texas
  • Pages Available: 250,382
  • Years Available: 1952 - 2013
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 25, 1993

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 25, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas New [Jr.usnfels IndexStammtisch Sports Thursday, February 25,1993 Serving Comal County • Mom# of P#ttf Yznaga-King Vol. 141,No. 70 — Daily 50 cents, Sunday 75 cents llT    A ILF;| •>'    -    \    ^    k I off HwaM-ZMtun# , , s V.<    •>    .«</    y/2£ji crime:- efcy and'io^ ftflflnfQXnff IO vjr Bmmpi th# initial organization early this week. ™i?F.tircriS5 the meeting to deter* Vnine die btoud’s Durnose and discuss the logistics of estate fishing such an organisation. •We're toying to form an aovocacy group w yicoiwii well port: g*r»s    Bsrtlififiiiijv •Right now we're Just accumulating information M other groups as to the heil w^togoabeuMtf BertHng said the group, once formed, will be active in lobbying legislators for insure Involving victims rights, iii# wifi    offiqals the rights of area victims* ttshiiei^ti the eoonty have bean dealt Itoitner ara tm wcuni TMI 11 UtHlmMK^-:WOT ▼MWBIl aUtM^gs^mytaMkha^ counseling " Refiner •i<la . ♦ ..3* ie    A.ijgjifeM; me criminal is provioea tor •film eveipiiep bi the crim!* ital fattioi ev^mtt Vift^*** awafls*    r, Reimer cited the inability of district attorneys to file fop. features or seisure action j against the perpetrators of scams on senior dtiaens, § Judge denies request for bond reduction Ss focus on. Reimer scam artists often can take linier citizens forUM & thousands of dollars, and bjjf' the time the defendant is prosecuted, the money hip ■Mamas fiMmaimdWmMmafi: a^M WW* M IU WI VI I VU. vs riw^iSf t^siJ^ pond he actively involved in any lews >erUining te seniors — “especially the Reimer aaid the abbr-hay victims will ba provided fir ll Coml! County is through fi victims’ rights group* prs* vidingtheiuppor^ education ana xraying capaanoee uufy need. '    '4;''a Reimer said his involve* ment would go onty rifer as providing the group with jnfopniHrtn anil {Ammi . d < < Bartling slid the group mighttiy to tap into an existing network of victim support fllWintMtirtiiiiml USO alist* ing formats po a model. •II lh# next meebnglrCimet County is 7:30 p.m., Maid* 25 at the Senior Conter in New Braunfels U ■ t4>? ♦IVW VIWWllPli)    , By GARY P. CARROLL Hsreld-ZeMung Judge Robert Pfeuffer denied a bond reduction request Wednesday for Kirk Wayne McBride, whose sexual assault and kidnapping charges were overthrown and remanded back to trial McBride was convicted in 1990for sexual assault, kidnapping and two counts of aggravated sexual assault. He was sentenced to four 99-year sen tences. However, an appeals court overturned McBride's conviction because the search warrant used to obtain blood samples in the case was insufficient Currently, McBride's bond is $50,000 per count for a total of $200,000. McBride was asking for a total bond of $25,000. Assistant District Attorney Robert Fisher called Texas Department of Corrections Parole Officer Marshal Brent Zoboroski to testify during the hearing on behalf of the state. Zoboroeki said McBride was convicted of delivery of a controlled substance in 1986 and given probation. The parole officer also said that when McBride was charged with sexual assault and kidnapping, the act constituted a violation of his parole. “Kirk Wayne McBride had a conviction for delivery of drugs and... Mr. Zoboroski of the parole board testified that he had an additional 13 years to do down at the pen itentiary and thus they had a hold on him and he can't be turned loose regardless, because he is an inmate," District Attorney Bill Reimer said. Wade Ariedge, McBride’s attorney, asked Zoboroski to produce written documentation of the violation, but the documents were unavailable at the hearing. Ariedge said if no documentation could be produced regarding McBride's previous conviction and parole violation, he would attempt another bond reduction. TWC stalls on permit action Legislative move on aquifer awaited By ROSE MARIE EASH Herald-Zeitung The Texas Water Commission delayed a derision on the issuance of a permit for the Living Waters catfish farm until June 2—effectively until the Legislature makes a derision on management of the Edwards Aquifer. According to a spokesman for tile Texas Water Commission, the staff requested the continuance to give the Office of Hearing Examiners more time to get answers on additional questions they had on the catfish form application. The TWC spokesman said the delay also would allow for passage of some management legislation which would put the permit under a broader application. He said the TWC hopes to avoid duplicating legislative efforts or having to rewrite the permit Representatives for the Edwards Aquifer Underground District and the Living Waters catfish farm had no objections to the delay.    f, “Originally we were opposed to any continuance," said Gilbert Vasques, legal counsel for tile EUWD. "However, now we are pleased with the terms. We ariled for a 90-day continuance pointing out Judge Bunton’* derision and the resulting TWC deadline and legislative deadline. It’s ridiculous for the TWC to make a derision now when the rules may change." Vasques said EUWD was opposed to the continuance originally because of they were concerned ritisens who had been encouraged to attend the hearing would be disappointed if the hearing were postponed. He said EUWD was confidant now that the public interest is best served by the continuance. The EUWD and the San Antonio River Authority have See PERMIT, page 2 INTERSTATE SPILL New Braunfels firefighters and Highway Department workers clean up diesel fuel spined from an eighteen-wheeler truck invoked in an accident on the Interstate Highway 35 southbound ext ramp at the Highway 725 exit Wednesday morning. Information on the cause of the accident was not available. Photo by John Huseth. County to host water events for Olympic Festival By ROBE MARIE EASH HaraM-ZaHung Pour events for the upcoming U.S. Olympic Festival will be held in Comal County, officials with the event said this week. One event will be held on the Guadalupe River and three at Canyon Lake. A aeries of canoe and kayak white water events will be held July 29 on the Guadalupe River at the Lazy L end L Campgrounds on River Road. Admission to the events is free. On July 25-27, Canyon Lake will host rowing events for men and women. Sailing events are slated for July 26-28, while canoe and kayak sprint events will be held July 30-31. "We're really axcited about being able to centralise all these water events at Canyon Laka,” said Bill Hanson, Senior Vice President of Operations for the Olympic Festival. They don’t always have the white water events either — the last time may have been in *87 in North Carolina because there arent always opportunities like the Guadalupe River," Hanson said. Ticket sales for the Olympic Festival events in San Antonio start Fob. 27 at Rainbow Tick-e tm as tor. Hanson said the festival will bo tho biggest event in the area since Hemisfoir. There will be 37 events — all the summer Olympic events and three winter events. Figure skating, ice hockey and speed skating will be held in the Alamodome. Opening ceremonies are scheduled for July 23 in the Alamodome. Volunteers are still needed. Call 222-1993 for further information. Clubs and civic organizations looking for worthwhile service projects are encouraged to volunteer also. DARE officer claims 6,000 students reached by program By GARY OCARROLL Heroin Tikiinp Tho New Braunfels Drug Abuts Resistance Education program, designed to keep kids off drugs, has reached more than 6,000 youngsters sines its inception In 1990, according to Now Braunfels’ first DARE officer Robert Owens. Tho DARE program attache crime from a different trifle and trios to stop crime before it has a chance to start by educating kids to the dangers of drugs and crime. The DARE program is an ongoing program presented by Owens and officer Bob Parchman to school children in schools throughout Comal County. Although the program focuses primarily on drug prevention, Owens said crime such as abuse and stranger danger are also die-sussed. The riy thing wstoe looking fi»r is education," Owens said. “lf we can get them to not want (drugs) and to stay away from it, then we're doing good.” Owens said he and Parchman are involved in the DARE pro gram not to get anything out of it, but to give something back to the community in the form of welleducated responsible children. Their main mission is to help kids. "It gives you a feeling of Tm getting something done,"* Owens said. Not only do Owens and Parch-man educate kids on how to avoid involvement in crime, but also how to avoid becoming victims. Owens said there are many cases in which childen become involved in crime and are victimised because they did not know the difference between right and wrong,a nd this is where education becomes vital. Sea DARK, page t MO 16 .10/22/99 > I MI FRO PU Et I... I SMI Hi PASO, TX 79903 CLASSIFIED____________J.    11 COMICS............................I ACTIVITIES NEWS BRIEFS_______________3 RECORDS. OBITUARIES OPINIONS_______________  4 •PORTS •ss Meet eeeeee ••#••### na WAHN watch_____a WEATHER________________aBMtWithM The New Braunfels Herald-Zsitung sends Birthday wishes to Dahlia Guerrero, Bonita "Nikki" Domingo, Ual Self, and Marc Pinson. Anniversary wishes go to Oran and Nalrote Koepp, Ski and Midge Haneiwich, and Mario and Lydia Peres. Belated birthday wishes go Johnny Moreno.Tastes of th# Town Tho theme for the 1993 Tastes of the Town is "An Afternoon at Mardi Gras.” The event will be held Sunday from noon to 3 p.m. and 5-6 p.m. at The Children’s Museum. Tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children. Children's tickets are for the first session only, but for $5 children may spend the evening, 4-6 p.m., at the Pizza and Playtime with pizza provided by Mr. Gatti’s. Call 620-0939 for information. Tickets are available at The Children’s Center.Christian Slnglss New Braunfels Christian Singles Group will have their Fireside Chat at 7 p.m. Fab. 26 in th# Senior Life Center fo St Paul Lutheran Church. Stef Paramoure, Director of the Broken Rainbow program will bo the quoit speaker, and thee attending ars invited to bring a snack and a friend. Continued on pegs I I urnBaseball Preview The New Braunfels Unicorns head into the 1993 season with a quiet demeanor looking to improve upon leat year's 10-15 mark. For a preview of the Unborn’ season, aaa Sports, Page I ;