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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 6, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas WEDNESDAY n 0WtST PIICROPUBLISHINO t YANDELI DR g gftSO TX 79903 March IS New Braunfels Herald 10 ptgii In section Wednesday Joy Serving Cornal Countyfbrmore than 142 years Home of JENNIFER ROMPBL I Vol 142 No 169 Inside TV Arti 4 Entertainment Suooess Tht 2 11 6 A0 9 Rivof conditions Guadalupe ofa Coma ofe feet per second Stnmmtisch Birthday the HeraldZettungl The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Lucille Ormond Johnnie Bertram George Detty Lenora Grant Nadya Lehmann Deanie Nunley Will Stauffer Thomas Swisher Mildred Wise Charles Tonights jackpot worth million AUSTIN tickets correctly matched all six numbers drawn Saturday night for the twiceweekly Lotto Texas game jackpot was worth million Tte numbers drawn Saturday night from a field of 50 were 29 33 35 4748 with five of the with each ticket worth There were 7j29 tickets with four of six numbers with each winning And there tickets sold with three of six num bers with each worth an automat ic S3 Lottery Officials estimate the jackpot for tonights game will be million Habitat for Humanity meeting Thursday The monthly general meeting of the Comal County Habitat for Humanity will be held at the Dit tlinger Memorial Library at Thursday July 7 A safety meeting for all new volunteers will convene at 7 All interested in working on the site who have not attended a safe ty briefing should attend The general meeting is for the public to be informed of the pur pose and status of our local affili ates project and to meet some of the leaders of the local unit Work on the foundation it pending the approved of a contract The monthly board of directors will meet next Thursday July 14 at the First Methodist Church of New Braunfels All board members advisory board members are urged to be present Bereavement support group to meet The bereavement support group will meet Thursday July 14 at 3 at the Senior Center 655 Landa Anyone faced with the loss of a close relative or friend is incour aged to come share advice about how to cope and go on living Suunmtisch New Braunfels HeraldZeitung brHalts readers to submit items to According to tint Sophleuburg Archives and members cf the German community Stammtisch represents a sitting place for members community to gather and share the days happen ings We invite you to share with This newspaper is printed on recycled newsprint say you cant you say you can voice disapproval for proposed club ByCRAIQHAMMITT Staff Writer BULVERDE Hundreds packed the Bulverde Community Center Tues day night ai residents asked questions and listened to county officials con cerning a proposed nightclub sched uled to open there later this month TIM nightclub The Beaver Dam has been called a gentlemans dub by Bill Stewart president of Balloon which owns the establishment Coun ty officials say they will try to prevent any sexually oriented business SOB from opening in the county Stewart said his club does not fall under coun ty definitions of an SOB I said I was not going to debate with anyone what the order County Judge Carter Casteel said when Stewart asked her to define the county order Thats for the judge to say We say you cant you say you County Attorney Nathan Rheinlan der mentioned civil avenues available to the county to enforce their order and require the business to obtain a license He said civil avenues included temporary restraining orders to keep the place from opening and temporary to permanent injunctions to further that Tell me where not to go over the Stewart debited with the county over the definition of nude and nude under the county order He has not applied for a M m license because ho feels his busi of a county suit Kevin Bamihert of the Texas Alco holic BeVerage Commission said Stew art legally received a beer and wine license and indicated on the license that he intended to open a bar He said a person is not bound by law to keep that as a primary business Bammert added the county has the right to regulate SOBs in a county and that would be the quickest most expedient manner rather than to go through the state office which could take up to a year Residents organized the forum to hear what the county would do in order to prevent Stewart from opening the The Beaver Dam on Blanco Road didnt want the kindof ment that he said sexually oriented businesses often attract I live right around the block from said resident Jesse Flores My children ride horses up and down that Stewart who lists his address in Bul verde was not allowed to answer ques tions from the crowd because Flores said it was a controlled forum only invited guests and officials could answer questions He did however HaraktZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Top photo Bill Stewart a local businessman proposing to open a gentlemens club In Bulverde tries to address a small gathering out Not lotting under those guidelines i dont think my anyone out there bort I Just has any doubt if wanted to the taw Is ask them ed I will see it said Sheriff Jack Bremer where not Teresa to 0O OV6f Weaver of Citi the zens Against Pornography addressed the crowd and showed an example of a Gstring and pasties apparel dancers wear at some topless clubs and something Stewart has men tioned i Its up to you the citizens of Comal County You share the responsibility she said have to hold county officials accountable That is the only way to get good there Stewart was not allowed to address the crowd dur ing the meeting Right photo Coma County Sheriff Jack Bremer and Bill Stewart engage In a heat ed discussion moments after the Bulverde town meeting speak with residents after the meeting It was exactly what I expected and even more he said Not let ting me talk to my neighbors I just wanted to ask them wheres the line Champs Smithson Valley Control Tech team earns top national honors By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer No matter what the competition winning a national championship is something special That is exactly what the Smithson Valley High Control Technology team did June 24 in Orlando Fla The team consisting of Justin Criswell Bryan Morales Jason OBrien and Eric Stevens took top honors in the Control Technology divi sion of the National Technology Stu dent Association TSA Conference competition The win followed region and state i 1 titles for the group and continued an outstanding recent tradition of sue cess including a first place in 1992 and third in 1993 In the competition teams one from 29 different states are given a problem to solve in three hours In this case they had to design a system for air planes that would warn pilots when a Canyon Lake teen killed in twocar accident Tuesday submitted photo From jeft Juetlrt Crlnvell Erie Stevens Jason OBrien and Bryan Morales with the First Place Best In Nation 1994 Control Technology Team from Smithson Vslley it Technology Student Association National Conference In Orlando Fla plane was heading for them by looking for the landing lights Each team had to read the problem plan a strategy construct a robotics device document and prepare a com puter program to work with the device Not long after they looked at the problem Eric looked up at me smiled and gave the thumbs up said Ed Stevens father of Eric the team leader While Stevens wrote the computer program OBrien and Criswell built the device Morales was the alternate on this trip but participated at Even with the confidence there are always problems the competitors must work through under pressure With about 15 minutes left he Eric was still sweating some glitch es in the said Ed Stevns But the problem was solved and tk championship theirs Ed Stevens said only onethird to onehalf of the teams were actually able to get make their devices work By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer A Canyon Lake teenager died Tuesday following a twocar accident that occurred on Farm to Market Road 3 06 near Hancock Jeffrey Alan Hawkins 16 was pro nounced dead by doctors at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Anto nio According to officials Hawkins was apparently trying to help a friend who was having car trouble on FM 306 when he was struck by another vehi cle According to reports Hawkins was driving a 1978 Chevrolet Camaro and was headed east on FM 306 He had slowed down and pulled onto the right side of the shoulder A truck tractor with dump truck trailer was headed east bound on FM 306 The dumptruck was driven by Sam my Dwayne Schneider of Fredericks burg Reports show Hawkins made a U tum and was struck by the Hawkins vehicle was knocked down an embankment and came to rest near a fence He Hawkins saw friend of his on the west bound shoulder It was a friend of the family and he apparent ly thought she might be having prob lems He was turning around to go help said Trooper Gilbert Lozano who investigated the acci dent Hawkins was taken to Brooke Army Medical Center and was pronounced dead at Reports show he was wearing a seatbelt The driver of the dumptruck was not injured Lozano said he has not seen many accidents in that area of FM 306 This is the first one I have worked in that he said Troopers from the Department of Public Safetys Highway Patrol in New Braunfels will continue to inves tigate the accident How hot is it at your home Todays edition marks the debut of the HeraldZeitungs new expanded county weather data found on page 3 The new more detailed weather package features temperatures and rain totals from various volunteer weather correspondents from all over the New Braunfels area To call the high temperature or rainfall totals from your own thermometer or rain gauge call 6259144 by 5 each day to give your report New Braunfels HeraldZeitung each day to report yor daBy weather readings For news advertising or subscription information call 6259144 Metro 6060846
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