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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 9, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas                                WEDNESDAY Rodney Holland drafted by Cleveland Indians 11 50 CENTS New Braunfels HeraldZeit 16 Pages in one section June Serving Comal County Home of Jon Llndley 144 WATER STAMMTISGH Best Wishes The New Braunfela Herald Zeitung sends birthday wishes to David LuLu Gon Bianca Irene Robert Ryan Aguirre Publicity seminar set for June 14 The Greater New Braun fels Arts Council will spon sor a publicity seminar for local nonprofit organiza tions with the Herald Zeitung on June 14 at at the Dit tlinger Memorial located at 373 Managing Editor Mark Lyon and news editor Gary Carroll will be on hand to talk and field questions con cerning procedures in get ting information into the For more contact Sharon Neuhaus at Journey to Bible Times Bracken United Methodist Churchs Vaca tion Bible Camp Journey to Bible Times is scheduled for June 14 through June to 12 at the church located at 20377 Farm to Market H The Bible camp will offer children ages 4 through sixth grade the chance to share the experience of gaining an understanding of Gods For more information call 6251849 or Class of 42 reunion The New Braunfels High School class of 42 will hold its monthly get together at 6 June Meet at the Oaks Shopping center by 6 For more information call Jack Ohlrich AWARE needs volunteers Always Wanted A Riding Horses with handicapped needs volunteers to Training classes are 6 to 8 at AWARE Therapeutic Riding 1708 Center San For more informa tion call The New Braunfels Her aldZeitung invites its read ers to submit items to According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German represents a sitting place reserved for a group of spe cial a time set aside for members of a com munity to gather ana share the days We invite you to share with Chamber asks for answers Leaders want to shed power broker clarify tax issue Whats wrong with this picture this Is not one of the new amphibious An acci dent at the first crossing bridge on River Road on Tuesday resulted In two passengers In the Lisa and Lisa being transported to the McKenna Hospital after the car they were riding In overturned Into the river according to Department of Public Safety Trooper Gary Castellano was treated and released and Lopez was not seen according to hospital The Peter Alan was not The accident occurred at The driver apparently lost control on the turn according to Trooper All three were from San HeraldZeitungphoto by JOHN HUSETH Comal County election results reveal heavy support for Kay Bailey Hutchison Comal County Commissioners canvassed the June 5 election results yesterday certifying the offi cial results for reporting to the According to the county elections the total vote in Comal County was for Hutchison and Kay Bailey Hutchison received votes during the early voting period compared to Bob Kruegers Early voting accounted for 41 percent of the compared to ballots cast on election day for a total of votes Statewide the unofficial numbers according to the secretary of states election office on Monday are Hutchison and Krueger By MARK LYON HeraldZeitung New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Board of Trustees and chamber staff met with members of the New Braunfels news media yesterday in an effort to proactively correct what was termed misinformation con cerning the entitys handling of city tax Chairman of the chambers executive Mike Dietert began the meeting by saying he and other chamber associates were concerned with the power and power images and descriptions given by some members of the community toward the We want to see what we can do to kind of blow that myth away and show what we can do in a positive way for this communi Tom president of the echoed Dieterfs opening We have a concern about repeated negative comments about the chamber that if it conceivably harm the economic development effort by this chamber and its Since you the media repre sent our only means of communi cating with the we wanted to give you the opportunity for questions or If there is something were doing that is we dont know that what were doing is bad so weve come to find New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Publisher David manag ing editor Mark news editor Gary and KGNB radio newsman Don Ferguson were present at the All See chamber expendi page 9 declined to take positions on the issue however all agreed that both sides should sit down and settle the issue in a reasonable man I guess what I need to know is am I a power said Carter a board I nev er thought of myself as a power I dont like to get on Everyone is invited to our func We invite the city the the Special interest groups band Friends of VFW those are special interest And there isnt anything immoral about Purdum But the chambers label as a special interest group is And how in the world can we be a special interest group when we do everything from putting on a legislative conference to attract ing industry and tourism to this community The group was asked if it were not a better idea to go face to face with those who are accusing the chamber of being power Casteel replied that all city employees as well as citizens of the community are invited to all chamber functions and their input has been welcome all But weve seen for some reason a boycott of those by the she Were not hiding Id talk with anyone at any I could care less what people say about said Skip Vice Chair of the Executive When you do something for the community and have inference of inpropriety that bothers Fm a trusting Building permits on rise so far in 693 By ROSE MARIE EASH HeraldZeitung According City of New Braunfels Building Department it looks like a very good year for growth in new single family residences in the So far there have been 64 building permits granted for singlefamily Hopefully itll be a six year up said Mike assis tant city We had 110 in 79 in in 90 and 60 in What tends to happen is You have three good years and you hit a We had close to that in the early seventies 84 was the best year in New Braunfels history with According to building permits stalled in 90 and The S curve theory is pretty consistent in singlefamily resi Shands It worked except for one period in the last 20 said The dollar value also increased in 92 was It was million in million in 90 and million in At the current rate it appears that this years building totals will be more than last years Shands said and thats good for the March April May June It means employments it means were the tax base goes said We wont see the impact on taxes for maybe two but the good news is theyre moving in theyre spending their money the contractors are spending money Its good for our econ omy and HeraldZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Harleys for MDA Hundreds of leatherclad HarleyDavldson enthusiasts ventured through New Braunfels on 135 yesterday as part of their 90th Anniversary Reunion Ride which benefits the Muscular Dlstrophy For or 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