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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 23, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2A □ Herald-Zeitung O Wednesday, October 23, 1996 The meaning behind poppies Did you know that in the spring of 1919 amidst complete devastation, the poppies bloomed in abundance on the battlefields of France, where so many of our men had fallen in battle, and that a replica of this poppy has become the memorial flower of the American Legion Auxiliary. Poppy Days, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary Comal Unit No. 179, will be observed Nov. 8 and 9. Bars Quack attack Herald-Zeituna photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Rubber ducks invaded the Comal River on saturday afternoon in preparation for the New Braunfels Duck Derby, a fund-raiser for the Tri-County In-Line Hockey League. Contributions From Page 1A commissioners almost immediately. The suit contended that the commissioners have the authority to extend drinking hours, but not rescind those hours. The bar owners are asking for damages, including past and future lost profits, past and future lost business opportunities, exemplary damages, court costs and attorney fees. The plaintiffs dropped that suit In November and chose to file a new suit in Travis County. Besides Comal County and the commissioners, the new suit named the state and the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. In March, a Travis County district judge granted the county a change of venue and moved the case back to Comal County. Local district judges have recused themselves, and a visiting judge will hear the case. The county has filed a motion for a summary judgment in the case, and the hearing is set for the Comal County Court at Law. Teachers From Page 1A a book, not everyone is a teacher.” Ken McGuire, the middle school’s principal, said his campus has “claimed bragging rights* regarding Hoyt. Hoyt is a “kid magnet” who has a tremendous rapport with the children at the middle school, McGuire said. “Her commitment to kids, as with any teacher of the year, is just beyond what you would expect,” McGuire said. “We’re lucky at New Braunfels Middle School to have several teachers like that, and Kim is one of them. She certainly deserves the award and the recognition.” Wallock and Hoyt will now represent the district at the regional level for teacher of the year honors. Trial From Page 1A Tuesday, is claiming self-defense and pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Monday. If convicted, the defendant faces a maximum sentence of life in prison and a $10,000 fine. Ullrich has chosen for the jury to decide on what punishment he would receive if found guilty. State District Judge Jack Robison cleared the courtroom during the testimony of Meredith Ullrich, the defendant’s daughter. Lawyers would not discuss the specifics of the 9-year-old’s testimony, which lasted about an hour. Waldrip said the defense and prosecution agreed to clear the courtroom to ensure that the jury would receive an accurate statement from the girl, who might have felt pressured by spectators. The jury also heard emotional testimony from another witness, David Ikcls, a longtime friend and partner of Kiesling. Ikcls lives in a trailer park behind an Exxon gas station on Highway 46 where the stabbing allegedly occurred shortly after 7 a.m., according to police reports. Ikels said he was waiting for Kiesling to give him a ride to work when two trucks pulled into Ikcls’ ‘driveway. * ’* - f f 1 * Ikels said he went out onto his porch and saw Ullrich shove Kiesling back a few steps, and then a fist fight followed. “I could see (Ullrich) was angry. Ben was just standing there, looking at him,” said Ikcls, who cried on several occasions during his testimony. Ikels said he went back inside his home to telephone the 911 emergency operator. When he returned, he said he saw Ullrich chase Kiesling down the street. Ikels said Kiesling turned around and began running toward his home, calling for help. After talking with the 911 operator, Ikels said he ran to check on Kiesling and then watched Ullrich drive away with Meredith, who was in Kiesling’s truck during the encounter. Although the defense has yet to present its case, several police witnesses testified that Ullrich went to the police station after the incident to report an assault on him, but that they initially responded to a dispatch called earlier in the hour. In opening statements, Waldrip emphasized to the jury that the defendant initiated the assault on Kiesling that led to his death. “What this case is about is: When you’re looking for trouble, you’re going to find it,” Waldrip said. "The basic problem is an ex-husband kills the new husband.” Auxiliary schedules annual salad supper The American Legion Auxiliary Comal Unit No. 179 is having its annual salad supper at 6 p.m. Monday at the post home. New members will be initiated. Members are asked to bring a salad or dessert Tjiere will be entertainment. From Page 1A tributions to the DeHaven campaign totaling $300, and Dwayne DeHaven also made a $300 donation. In the District 5 race, accountant Steve Weaver came out ahead of business owner Robert (Rocky) Hill. Contributions for Weaver totaled $3,410.86, while his expenditures were $3,001.61. Campos and his wife, Isabel, contributed $500 to Weaver’s campaign, while the Carlos Campos Campaign contributed an additional $316.25 for campaign signs. Hill’s campaign brought in $2,170 in contributions, compared with the $3,681.59 he spent. Hill’s report also shows $2,000 of Hill’s personal funds listed as a loan and six donations of $100 each. The following are campaign contributions of $50 or more for all of the election candidates: ■ Robert (Rocky) S. Hill NHe Riedel-$100 Sarah Reeves-$100 Jon Eikel-$100 Ted Cook-$100 Wayne Orender-$100 Robert A. Maxwell-$100 (.ll I HOOKS AV All XKI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 Hi 35 and Walnut Avo ISF* *t*-"• *i 'I*;3»* ■<. Xin'a'JiLk1 i**f ii Robert (Rocky) HBI-$2,000 loan ■ Stephen L. Weaver Mark Herod-$57.50 for lathes for campaign signs (6/6/96) and $26.85 for campaign sign supplies (7/16/96) Bill Davis and Patricia Davis-Ghidoni-$200 Pat and Jerry Bbei-$75 Barry and Judy Moore-$50 Francis and Henry Soechting-$50 Loddie and Rae Ann Roeder-$300 Carlos and Isabel Campos-$500 Lucille McDavid-Neuse-$50 Frank and Susan Panebianco-$50 Carlos Campos Campaign-$316.25 for campaign signs Gary and Terry Garvens-$150 Phil and Sue EHen Miner-5103.71 for typesetting and film negatives for campaign signs Byron and Rebecca Augustin-$100 Joyce Winfree-$1 OO Ken Witten-$50 PNI Miner-$250 Alvaro Garza-$1 OO Donna WNtley-$250 Rae Ann Roeder-$210 for letter painting on large campaign signs Reed Helmly-$250 for computer processing related to district 5 voter list ■ Dr. Charles W. DeHaven Dwayne A. De Haven-$300 Mike Ybarra-$100 (6/96) and $200 (7/11/96) Ginny Brooke-$1 OO Art Richter—Accurate Litho & Printing-$210 for brochures for candidate handouts Bin George-$100 Holiday Inn, New Braunfels-$150 for food for reception Dr. Hylmar Karbaeh-$500 loan ■ Dr. Carlos Campos Jeff A Mund-$50 Maria Isabel Campos-$100 Gary Garvens-$150 Kenneth Witten-$50 Byron Augustine OO Alvaro Garza-$150 Dr. Michael L. THIy-$50 Henry Winfree-$1 OO Rae Ann Roeder-$180 for signs PNHp Miner-$250 and $103.71 for print negatives Robert Whitley-$138.56 for photo copies Mark Herod-$57.50 for sign posts Cash-$50 Reed Helmly-$250 for computer file work Fernando Bazan-$100 Galvin Weston-$500 Grainger Weston-$2,500 Ted Alexanders OO PNI Miner-$521 for newspaper ads Have you given to the United Way? AUCTION Sat. Oct. 26 Devine, TX 9:00 a.m. Bed & Breakfast & Antique Shop (210)299-1470 D Scale* TX 10271 eh Oct 28,4-Midnight • Public Invited Door Prizes • Costume Contest American Legion Post 179 410 W. Coll, New Braunfels (Acron from th* library) • 629-0179 Bingo Every Wed Night at 6:00. Public Invited Lie. «i7404836i77 Daily 3t)5 I mull Portion Specials ll to 4 p.m. I. Spaghetti    4.    Ziti 2. Fettucini Alfredo    5.    M    Order    Cheese Ravioli 3. Angel Hair    6.    M    Order    Meat Ravioli 7.6"Sub I meat; Ham. Turkey, Roast Beef or Salami Ind. Swiss Cheese. Or choose Tuna or Chicken Salad. • All SPECIALS include choice of Soup or Salad and Garlic Bread* OOI IH-35 W., New Braunfels • (210) 620-0290 jfewBHunijg rM •a    nr. ( •    vtnu'O IMI LH 3101 Concert: Down Memory Lane Oct. 27th, 4:00 P.M. First Baptist Church Tickets: $5.00 Seniors & Children: $4.00 Tickets available at: China 'n Things, Johnson Furniture Co. & at the door tyiawjw d 'Tlteat 'TJtan&et OPEN MON-SAT 8:30-6:00 - Split Chicken Breast ‘1"i 5 lb pkg or more Beef Fajitas !*2iaib Fresh^^^H Ham Steak Fresh Sausage Garlic or Plain *Tib Ground Chuck Hamburger $159 ore I 5 lh pkg or more lb Big Red, 7-Up, RC, Orange Crush, Hires ’s Best Light 12 pack 12 oz. Cans Milwaukee's Best IS pack 12 os. Cana BIST IfilBBlP IPIMCIRS Frozen, Cut and Wrap J* Beef    1.54 Hindquarter    1.63 Forequarter    1.49 N Seguin St _ a Caliculi Reb! t I McQueeney Rd ^, I Of dr*/in *> Mc.if M,irki*l Lettuce 594 Hoad ll Large 111 ■■■I Tomatoes Wk I 490 lb. I I Specials Good Oct. 23 - Oct. 29, While Market Items last We Specialize in Custom *    *    Salami    •    Buck    Sticks    •    Summer    Sausage Hour Prnr#»«;cinn    ^arry    Supplies    ,or    Your    Processing    Needs ^9    ♦    Casings    •    Seasonings    *    Pork    •    Freezer    Paper CITY OF NEW BRAUNFELS PUBLIC NOTICE STATEMENT OF PROPOSED OBJECTIVES AND PROJECTED USE OF FUNDS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM PY 1997 (4TH YEAR) B-97-MC-48-0512 During PY97, the City of New Braunfels expects to receive $446,000 under its Community Development Program. These funds are made available to the City by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and are proposed for use for public facilities and improvements, public srevices, housing , and administration and planning. Following recommendations received during one public planning meeting, and following receipt of the Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC) recommendations, the City Council met on October 14, 1996 at 7:30 PM at the Municipal Building and approved the following USE of Funds for PY 1997: ACTIVITY/DESCRIPTION LOCATION    FUNDING PUBLIC FACILITIES AND 1MTBQYEMEMIS Bcrgfteld Drainage    CT 3104.01    230,000.00 Veramendi Drainage    CT 3102    32,630.00 J ewe Garcia Park    CT 3104 OI    11,700.00 PUBLIC SERVICES Summer Youth Recreation Program    12,046.00 Comal County Family Violence Sheller    13,000.00 New Braunfels Housing Authority    24,000.00 Teen Connection    16,328.00 BOUSING CDBG Department/Housing Resource Coordinator    28,112.00 ADMINISTRATION /PLANNING Administration and Planning of CDGB Program    78,184.00 PROGRAM TOTAL .    446,000.00 Ail proposed activities are designed to meet one or more of the following national objectives: 1. Benefit low and moderate income persons. 2. Aid in the prevention or elimination of slum and blight 3. Meet community development needs having a particular emergency. The City of New Braunfels does not anticipate any displacement of persons as a result of PY97 CDBG activities. The City’s Displacement Policy and Citizen’s Participation Plan are available for review at the New Braunfels Municipal Building. Documents pertaining to the statement of proposed CDBG activities may also be examined at the Community Development Department Office, New Braunfels Municipal Building, 424 South Casten, During the hours of 8:00 AM -5:00 PM Monday through Friday. PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing will be held on November 11,19% at 7:30 PM prior to final approval of the proposed use of funds. In addition, any interested citizen may submit written comments on the proposed statement for consideration prior to the final approval of activities on November ll, 1996. Comments should be directed to the Community Development Department at 608-2100. ;