New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 3, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 03, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 3, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas River conditions UU**  ............................  .5A MileltonM   eA,14A,1tiA Sports Day.........................UA,    12A Success Stories!........................ISA Pubple...................  1B Grime! County Records .............26 The Marketplace.... 36* 106 Yoakum all-stars down New Braunfels 12 * 5 in tournam NOI6 10/22/99 micropublishing YANDELL DR 3 tx 79903- 410 SO-WEST 2627 E Tips to make sura your ride down the river is a safe one. _    _ NewBraunfels 42 Pages In threa acetonate Sunday, July 3,1904 By a more than two to one margin, readers who answered last week's survey say the Clinton health care plan is a loser. ■SMPIQI4A Guadalupe River.............296 cfs Comal River ........32B    cfs •cfs cub*-fret nr second the Harald-Zaitungi The New Braudels Herald-Zeitung extends the following nrthday wishes to; Jean Darr (80 rears), Pearl Beiersdorser, EIM Iragg, Hekrfse Henne, Ruth (agiler, Herman Leyh, Haxel Mashburn, Harold Kohlenberg, lOiVuR LRDOitf jean mcuhK" nay, Maxine Thurman. Happy belated birthday Betty Hennif. Happy anniversary to Roe end Cathy Pape and HRmar and rma Remmler (50th). Happy Minted anniversary to Ming and Amy Maldonado. Fourth of July activities abound The New Braunfels July 4 parade will begin at 9:45 un. Monday, with refreshments being served at the parking lot of the Sophienburg Archives at 9 a.m. The parade will end up on the Downtown Plaza, where especial program will be held at the bend stand. Following the progam, a group of veterans and their friend! ‘Gentlemen’s club9 coming to county By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer. A legal showdown is brewing between the Courtland the owner of a 'gentlemen's dub1 planned to open this month in Bulverde. The proposed dub bas also caused concern among area residents, who plan a town meeting Tuesday evening at the Bulverde Community Center. County Commissioner Ntil Craigmile and other county officials will attend the meeting. The Beaver Dam, located on blanco Road, is scheduled to open July 29, said owner Bill Stewart of Bulverde. Stewart filed for a beer license with the county on May 31 and was granted that license June 7. He did not apply for a sexually oriented business license. Comal County does have an order, created in 1989 and updated in 1991 regarding SOB’s — sexually oriented businesses. Tm net a pimp, I’m not a drug pusher, I'm net a child molester M The only people we want to be at the dub are those who want to be here.’ — Bill Stewart, owner of The Beaver Dam “We have not received an application (for an SOB license) from him or anyone ever in Comal Co.," said Sheriff Jack Bremer. "He has made his intentions dear to me that he intends to open an establishment of this nature." Stewart baa not filed a petition for a $2,000 SOB license because he feels his dub does not fall under the county definition as an SOB. Stewart claims the Comal County order is a copy of one used in San Antonio and that he and hts attorney have studied the Comal County order and feel secure they are not violating any law. “We feel he should have applied for a license,” said County Attorney Nathan Rhein]ander. "There are dvil and criminal measures available for failure to secure a license." Rheinl andor said the problem comes with the interpretation of the wording of the order regarding the definition of nudity and semi-nudity. "What this means to me, if the girls are wearing pasties and a G-string, that’s not breaking the law," said Stewart. "We don’t agree with his interpretation at all,” said Rheinlander who added the county has contacted Dr. David Guinn, a expert on constitutional •We IMI Im should have applied for a license. There are civil and criminal measures avail* able for failure to secure a license.’ — Nathan Rheinlander, county attorney law from Baylor University, for advice on the county order. Rheinlander said Guinn has mentioned recent Supreme Court rulings that affect these types of issues and regulations government bodies can enact. Stewart said he has contacted county officials about his intentions and asked if they had even read the order. He said he has not beant a reply from either Rheinlander or County Judge Carter Casteel. "I've never been anonymous with anyone," he said. “...I don't warn to break the law. Tell me where the line is. I don't want to cross the line" Stewart has been running ads in the Canyon Lake Hnm-GuardUm and the BulverdeStandard that say, "If we build it, they will come," and "The first and only nightclub of its kind in Comal County...EVER! Coming "We're only one mile inside Comal County," said Stewart who claims to have been misquoted by many in the community. "No one has even seen what we’re doing here. I’m not a pimp, I’m not a drug pusher, I’m not a child molester...lite only people we want to be it the dub are those who warn to be i. w IKR. The Canyon Lake parade begins in Sttrtzville ss 11 un. A fireworks display will be held at Lands Park around 9 pjn. Viewing sites include around Landa Lake, along Elizabeth Street, on or near the golf comae, or in Prince Solms Park. In case of nun fireworks will be Tuesday. OMom ta elOM for fa    rf Iwriapwtenrg D«y hohdsy, the New BmunfeU Hor-ald-Zeitung will be closed tomorrow. Normal hours will resume TUentty. Also,c)ty,cotBUy, md stale government offices will be closed Monday, m well as the Post Office md banks. City trash pickup will begin at S t.m. Monday, due to the hot weather. I FIGG shuttle bus to th# fireworks A free shuttle bus, provided by New Braunfels Tuber and Special Services Transit, will take people from the New Braunfels Factory Stores parking lot to the Kiwmis baD-park on Fredericksburg Road ti Lan-,da Park for the fireworks show Monday night The shuttle will start miming « 7 p.m. md will start returning people to the Factory Stores parking lot tight after the show. Call 629-1627 for more information. JIL... fjuonacy FWV- Schlitterbshn’i newest ride, the Dragon Blaster, was featured on NBC’s Today Show early Friday morning. Andy Pugh, better known as the GadgetGum, rode the rides and gave ravf reviews to Scfalitter-I Braunfels. ■■Jv:*' spots we try to go ody knows about. I fiqJfljTtd flh* nwgn«* Hj—awr) Tho. ride gives iou a good testing- You you’re in dang*" he [. It’s ten, fustily is a ride on behn and "For our place never ted “It's a fun the Sur- (Tho New Braunfeti HoraldZaitung tnvitu as rtadtn lo submit turns lo Staff**ack. According lo tho Sophtmburg Arc ohm and numbers of tim Gorman community, "Stammlisch" represents a tilling place for mentors of tim community lo gather and Omro tim daft happening/!-Wt mf aa you lo thoro with rn.) The wsnnincj number ■ Tttxatt *9-31- 33*35* 47-48 Eat 117 muon jgrkfi* This newspaper is printed on recycled newsprint which you cut with you if you Psrgh’sridcupUidttpfwnthB on Blaster wre viewed ny people who were in lu|| to ride the ’ ^    .There was DQ ©tttfjc for admission section off tits paste arn. and 9 un. oo Friday Paigh said tim people % ride were hollerin'" as he was going through tee ride. Beck in the UudkH other pra^ impmmed with thepteoe. “Bryare said ’You should be dunking us for sending you out there,*" Pnqgnreed to live to San Antonio sui said he has visited New Brauidris betat ter Wuutfoat and to ride his motorcycle in town, The ten time raign saw acniitteroann was when the park opened ira test ride 15 years ago. He was surprised about how by JOHN Three injured as shots exchanged at convenience store Andy teregte His Gadget! Guru, ride# the much it bes Gown, foKtfriTrhwNn Ofrwfitf Manager Tw-ri Adams was pleased with the coverage tire Today Show, She add Schlitterbahn and Nriw Braunfels. “Evcryooein the country will see what a great park we have," said Adams. "It introduced New Braunfels and showed New Braunfels to the nation."' lite Dragon Blaster is the world’s tint uphill water coaster. It was created by Water Ride oonoepte and New Braunfels General Store, lister companies of Schlitterbahn. By JENNIFER ROMFO. Staff Writer A shooting at the Pit Stop convenience store on Interstate Highway 35 near Ruekle Road left three New Braunfels men injured. Joel Torres Jr, 23, Macario Saucedo, 16, and Jose Ramirez, 26, were all injured during the shooting which occurred at 8 p m. Friday. Tones and Ramirez were taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital. Torres is listed in stable condition and Ramirez has been released. Saucedo was taken to Guadalupe Valley Hospital in Seguin and is listed in sable condition. According to officials, the shooting allegedly occurred after Juan Nieto, 35, of San Antonio, stopped at the Pit Stop convenience store. Nieto was driving to Dallas with his wife and four children and had stopped at a rem area on IH-35 to allow his children to go to die restroom, said Detective Basel Boatright of the New Braunfels Police Department. Nieto then noticed that the tire on his boat trailer was low. According to reports, Nieto Mopped at the Pit Stop when he got into New Braunfels and got out of Iris ere to put air In the tire. "The two New Braunfels rerideora, • Toires and Saucedo, (allegedly) got involved in a veteel condonation with Nieto. The argument cacalated and both parties had handguns and (allegedly) began tincting a each other," said Boatright. “Approximately one dozen rounds were fired." According to Boatright, Nieto was. not hit However, Tones was shot once in tim stomach and Saucedo was toot once in the leg. Ramirez, who was an innocent bystander, was shot twice in the leg and the hand. Nieto fled the scene and was stopped by Selma police offload. Upon searching Nieto'i car, officers t»iwi approximately IOO pounds cf mreguMiB inride the vehicle. Nieto was arrested and was taken to the Bexar County Jail. No chaigre have been filed against any of the acton in connection with die shooting but officers expect charges to be filed next week. Swf"!*1* Mid die investigation is continuing. Several witnesses have bean interviewed and evidence ie being collected. Herald-Zeitung takes top honors at TPA convention si ROORK GHOTRAU Editor The Now Braeagfeb Herald-Zeitung won the coveted Sweepnake* Awald at thai 15th annual Texas Press Asaodatitin    g    the Worthington Horal in Fort Worth Pricky morning TheSweepatihes Award Is given to the newspaper in each division with tim highest point total ftpmatlote TWa    mJL*.---'  ___Hg^ —a Au I ne    niir    IWO Hi Eh sm jxm Feature Writing, tint place tot tipotti Coverage and second place for News Writing. The entries that won first place for feature writing wen profiles of Canyon High School Athletic Director Larry Nowotny and Canyon Vfli|aybiH Coach Dtvwf Bothie, Both writ-ten by Richard Tyarina. "Well-written story, and accompanying photos •et mood well. Captured personality, tragedy and community," the judge wrote of the Nowotny story. “Story captured flavor of woman’s career, and BxffnllwF It ii encouraging to turn. The contest was judged by editors and publishers from Louisiana. The Herald-Zeitung won the news writing award for coverage of the Plaza Bank doting and Lafarge giving up on its proposal to bum hazardous wane to New Braunfels. *X3ood news- ald-Zeitung Managing Bditor Mark Lyon. “It ii one thing to get hare and another to nay brae." The/ters ild-Zeitung competed yite all dai- * ly newspapers in the state with circulation of* 10,000 oopicB or below, tee large* divirion in tea * The Gahmkm County Daily New, tin owned by Southern Ne weapon, won the SwecptofeM« Awald in tea nato larger oMegory, tot morn with circulation between 10.000 rail 150.000 ___,    .    Tile    Canyon    Idtkt Tinter Guardian, another aaa effort put faro coverage of women’! sports is ognized by our peen, and we will keep Mi vita to Southern Nesnpaper; received a fbwth-ptoca a news feature," the judge wnte af the Boride tea- improve the Herald-Zeitung this year," said Her- awald for Editorial Writhe paper. I like coverage of two big local stories. Both have excellent ndebats. Good UM of quotes throughout," wrote the judge. "It is very gratifying to have our held work rec- Landa    Street    Car Wash    is    another local    page ;

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