New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 1, 1991, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 01, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas BusinessThe TreeTopsUsing good ‘cents’ Paul and Jean Hammaker, center, stand in front of their new Good Cents energy efficient New Braunfels home. They are joined by Jim Ruppel of New Braunfels Utilities, left, and Robert West, builder. A Good Cents Home is one built to perform efficiently with comfortable living temperatures, but low energy bills. Building permits issued to property owners between Aug. 23 and 30 for the following work and the dollar value of the work inside the city of New Braunfels: • William Borchers, 251 S. Seguin, 640-square-foot addition to building (second story) $17,000. • Leslie Lane, 1437 Camellia, reroof, $2,000. • Hilmar Druebart, 1326 Fieldcrest, reroof, $500. • Erhard Neuse, 1306 Carnation, reroof, $2,300. • Arthur and Rita Bauda, 260 S. East, chainlink fence, $662. • Dora Campos, 1035 Dunlap Loop, reroof, $1,700. • Michael Flume, 1718 Northcrest, single-family residence with six-foot privacy fence (1,403 square feet of living space, 723 other), $40,000. • Mrs. J cs usa Gonzales, 254 Loma Vista, reroof, $370. • Earl Newsome, 1414 Marigold, replace flooring, $835. • Doug Lloyd, 548 S. Santa Clara, 506-square-fool bedroom-bath-utility addition to residence, $20,000. • Mrs. Julia G. Ayala, 794 Mulberry, rcroof and repair storage building, $300. • Herbert Ross, 1334 Tulip, reroof, $1,950. • Dorothy Albrecht, 771 Laurel Lane, reroof, $1,800. • Stoltc-Pape-Goepf, 743 Highway 46 South, on-premise sign, $250. • Children’s Museum, 183IH35 West, open wall and install door unit, $100. • Norwood Properties (Texcraflworks Inc.), 159 IH35 West, interior finish-out, $50,000. • Paul Albright, 141 Ruckle Road, mobile home placement. • Louis R. Ramirez Sr., 1002 Larkspur, reroof, $1,600. • Felix Uelez, 125 Alves, fireplace ami skirting, $2,500. • Leroy Schneider, 187 Meadow, reroof portion of existing structure, $500. • Mr. and Mrs. Ken Brazle, 8 Royal Court, chainlink fence, $750. • Bernard Stephens, 1167 Canyon Drive, siding, $8,000. • Juan Campos, 2570 IH35 West, install sheetrock and vent-a-hood, $2,500. • Randy Sellstrom, 1547 Camellia, reroof, $2,000. • Edmond Shome, 1108 Turn hie wood, reroof, $2,000. I*;ii ilit Sniilhw rsl R;mk tank in^ ii lh n i a In i /mid in I' in inhibit I Iii mn; Ii Mill kl*l in Ll ( lilt* I IIN is! 111 ii 11 St IN It t SBusiness briefs Farmer's yearbook The House Agriculture Committee has available limited quantities of the 1990 Yearbook of Agriculture, published by the US. Department of Agriculture. The 1990 yearbook, entitled Americans in Agriculture: Portraits of Diversity, profiles scores of professionals, amateurs and volunteers involved in all facets of agriculture in all regions of the country. The committee, chaired by Congressman E (Kike) de la Garza, is making copies of the yearbook available as long as supplies last. Mail requests for copies of the yearbook to Jim Davis, 1301 LHOB, Washington, D.C. 20515. Fax requests to 202-225-3158. Attorney announcement CANYON LAKE — Attorney Dwain W. Bianchite has joined the Law Offices of Edwin K. Nolan, PC., at #1 Canyon Lake Professional Building, at Canyon Lake. Blaschke graduated from the University of Texas School of Law and has 20 years of experience in litigation. He will assume an “Of Counsel” position with Nolan’s firm. Blaschke will practice primarily in the area of civil litigation — personal injury, divorce, bankruptcy, and insurance claims. He also is experienced with probate matters and wills and trusts, having taught graduate classes at Southwest Texas Slate University. SEGUIN MACHINING A SUPPLY 7060 Bus. Hwy 123 South Seguin. Texas 78166 379-0727 FAX 379-0728 Specializing In Industrial Machining, Welding, Oilfield And Farm Repair * boring it Milling * Drilling it lapping St threading Metallizing Mig Welding Plasma Cutting Sandblasting Caf ting Keyways Special Parts & Assemblies Per Customer Sample or Specification it Flanges    *    Prigs it Bastings    it    Fixtures t Sleeves    it    Conveyor Polls * Brackets    n    Pokers it Pins    it    Mac/wie Shafts it Gears    it    Prototypes Monday-fncJay / 30a rn -4 00pm. CLARK TRAVEL & TOUR Fully neoned tours departing from Austin Reservations/Catalogue I SOO SSO 1757 Color Fall Tours_ ireat Lakes Autumn - September 14- Duluth. Cruise Lake Superior under the famous Aerial Ut Bridge Thunder Bay Ontario. Canada Amethyst Fa tory Tour. Sault Ste Marie. Soo Locks, Agava Canyon Tour. Ferry to Makmac Island. Horse Drawn Carnage Tour, Frankenmuth Niagra Falls Kentucky Horse Park Churchful! Weavers. Catherine The Great eihibit and much more Nev England Foliage Cruise September is Od. 5 Belat and enjoy a seven day scenic cruise of French Canada, New England and The Mammies on the luxurious Commodore Cruise Ship The Enchanted Seaal From Nev York To Montreal Canada ports of calls Halifax. Sydney Charioitciovn. Quebec and Montreal Colortdo Autumn - October 5-12 Same Fe. Nev Mexico. Cumbres and Toltec Railway, Great Sand Dunes Royal Gorge Canyon. Pikes Peak. Garden Of The Gods, Air Force _Academy. Cal Farley s Boys Ranch. The Promise Fill In The Ozark! - October 22-28 Eureka Springs, Great Passion Play Tour Of Euroka Milos Musical Museum Pule Mi Jamboree. Branson Missouri College of the Ozark*. Duck Ride. Ralph Foster Museum. Shoji Tabuchi Mel TUlis Show, Silver Dollar City  _Presley    a    Mountain Music. Booger Hollow_ Holiday Delights 1HHHHHI Wonderland of Lights - December 2-3 CHRISTMAS IN EAST TEXAS YULE LOVE CHRISTMAS IN MARSHALL TEX ASI" Emery this charming town in the heart of East Texas Where more than two million lights adorn businesses, trees and shrubs, including 250.000 lights on the old courthouse alone It a like a fairy tale that comes alive! Viliiamsburg Christmas - December 7-16 Caton Country, Atchafalaya Swamp Basin Bellmgrath Gardens. Colonial Williamsburg. Biltmore House. Dollywood. Date Stampede. Chattanooga. Enioy High Tea at the Natchez Eola Hotel Tour Natchez Antebellum Mansions Longwood. A very special Christmas Sensation Wrap up your Curium at govt Reset vinous lot this trip must be rn lie before (kl In. 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Right before the San Antonio Street Bridge, a building that has been vacant for years, is being transformed into “a mini mall” that developers are calling TreeTops Plaza. “It’s going to be a nice place to spend the evening (or the day) and to enjoy the outdoors,” said Greg Wes-ten, who recently purchased the building. “We’re going to be providing for New Braunfels a nice environment for shopping and dining.” Tire building has been vacant for a number of years after it served as a restaurant. The location also was the site of a doctor’s clinic, built in the 1920s. Now, Westen and Austin architect Bill Tamminga are rethinking and redesigning the structure which is expected to include two restaurants, a fashion boutique, children’s wear shop, an an gallery that also will serve as a meeting room, and a toiletries shop. "We're going to be providing for New Braunfels a nice environment for shopping and dining." — Greg Westen “We’re trying to get something that will not overlap with anything that’s here in town, but will provide sort of a nice environment — an upper scale environment,” Westen said. “Not real -ly an expensive place to be but just sort of a nicer environment than maybe is in any other place in town. We’re trying to be complimentary to all of the businesses thai are here in town and not be competitive. There’s already enough competition in the world.” While Westen and his wife, Monique plan to run one of the restaurants — the Starlight Grill—he now is in the process of leasing the rest of the space. He said his restaurant will serve up “good soups and salads” and grilled foods and he is looking for the other Grog Westen and his wife Monique discuss plans for TreeTops Plaza which sits above the Comal River. (Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder) restaurant to “provide a nice environment, a good meal at a reasonable price.” Westen said the retail shops, depending on when leases arc signed, should be open before Christmas and the restaurants will probably be ready for business next year. In the meantime, Westen is preparing to remodel the structure with lots of windows and lights creating an “airy open feeling.” Work on the outside of the building will include the installation of gas lights, fountains and canopies fen* pleasant outside dining and visiting, he said. Westen, who is a builder and was the operator of a restaurant and hotel in Jamaica for five years, refers to the outside arca above the Comal River as a place “where you can just son of sit in the evening, enjoy the out of doors and watch the river run.” ;

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