New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 13, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 13, 1994

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Issue date: Wednesday, July 13, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 13, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas IT1 S 0 W E S T MIC R 0 P U B 18 H1N G 2627 E YANDELk DR EL PASO TX Success Stories continue with Landa St Carwash See 9A CENTS Braunfels pages In two sections Wednesday July Serving Cornel County for more than 142 years Home of DAWN CHAMPION Vol 142 No 174 Inside t Comal County Weather J Art River conditions Guadatupe ofs I Comal ofs cubic feet per second Birthday from thf ThtNew Browtfels Herald I Zdtung extends the following birthday wishes to Nora Sotelo Debbie Kocian Michelle Hubertua Fred J I Haycock Estela Agulrre Allen Joe Dukarm Dorothy Moose John Stebner Marcos Rodriguez Sally Mayer David Sahtos BPW to hold meeting July 13 at Holiday Inn The New Braunfels Business Professional Women will meet today at trie Holiday Inn at Dinner will be served at 7 followed by a program and business meeting For more information contact Elaine Wells at 6252947 or Ruby Bading at 62575 1 1 Little Shop to benefit Art Leauge Little Shop of Hottpifc at Circle Arts Theatrewill benefiFthe New Braunfels Art Leagues building renovations fund The tickets are available at ChinanThings in Landa Plaza and Arts Center Gallery 646 Walnut Square Reservations also can be made by calling 6093092 between and 6 Mondays through Saturdays Dance to be held at Senior Center The Comal County Senior Citi zens Center will have a dance on Sunday July 17 from 3 to 6 featuring the band Mixed Coun try Line dance music will be included in a variety of selec tions Everyone is welcome Charge is per person Snack Bar will be BYOB v Red Cross meeting set for Monday The Red Cross annual meeting will be held at The Eden Home on Monday July 18 Volunteers meet at 7 Board members will meet at Historic Landmark group to meat The next meeting of the New Braunfels Historic Landmark Commission will be Thursday July 14 at in the New Braunfels Municipal Building Conference Room C The commissions promotion committee will give an update on historic landmark articles and consideration of other press opportunities For more informa tion call 6082 100 Stammtisch Tin Bnunijtls HiraMZtltung InvUu itt rudui to jubmtl iitmi lo StarrunlucH According lo thi Sophitnburg Archivu afuiiMtnbiri oflhf Qtman community Slammtuck ngatinti a titling plan for mtnbut ofikt community to golfur aid ilart tin ioyt happtnlngi Wi iitviit you This newspaper Is printed on recycled newsprint am club calling it ByCRAIQHAMMETT Staff Writer Bill Stewart president of the corporation that owns the Beaver Dam in Butverde said they are calling it quits The club proposed as a gentlemens club fea turing dancing girls in pasties and Gstrings opened briefly Saturday but the death of a young boy in an unrelated traffic accident nearby caused Stewart to close the doors for good Even though it didnt have anything to do with us we realized it could have been someone Accident prompted decision owner says at another time coming from our he said We just decided because of that it might not be a good idea to pursue it the There had previously been reported vandal ism at the bar and Sheriff Jack Bremer voted concerns of a conflict as citizens gathered outside the bar Saturday I was concerned emotions were running nigh with the he said left to go to the wreck When we got back the place was Women reportedly danced inside in bikinis said County Attorney Nathan Rheinlander We had been assured by the owner that was all he was going to he said But Rheinlander claimed witnesses said a dancer took more off than the county allows under its sexually oriented business SOB order an actual intent to violate which could lead to a restraining order Emotions have run high in Bulverdc since Stewart announced his intentions to open the club supposedly the first of its kind in Comal County Stewart and county officials have differed the past weeks in their interpretations of the county order regarding SOBs Stewart still believes he would prevail in court but said he decided to end the effort despite investing time and money into the bar There had also been a reported buyout last week that Stewart said fell through Thats just said Stewart This has nothing to do with winning or Fire destroys local business Jacks Liquor Store located at FM 306 FM 2673 In Sattler burned to the ground last night at approximate ly 10 Rreflghters from Canyon Lake Bulverde and New Braunfels EMS battled the blaze for several hours The fire was still burning this morning as firefighters were called to the scene again to extinguish a rekin dle The fire was under control at one point before firefighters ran out of water No one was In the building when the fire began however several firefighters had to be treated for smoke inhalation and heat exhaus tion at the scene One firefighter was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital by JOHN HUSETH knife sees increases By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer The O J Simpson case has not only captured the coun trys attention it has caused the wheels of free enterprise to spin in various ways The publicity around the case has created a demand for a number of items not often seen in such great demand One of those items is the knife Simpson allegedly used to kill his wife and a friend The 15inch knife marked Stilet to Germany is made in Germany by KissingCrane said local businessman Mike Doc CantuWithoff of Docs Guns CantuWithoff ordered a box of the knives and said a sup plier said this particular knife was selling fast The seven and onehalf inch blade is really not a Stiletto but a lock blade he said It is a stainlesssteel blade It will get razor sharp its he said CantuWithoff said the knife is mainly a novelty or col item not the normal hunting knife he usually sells It is certainly big enough for hunting but weve never handled a knife like that for that particular he said The knives go for for those with wooden handles Two men said they sold one of these Stiletto knives to Simpsqn They have told police but have no record of the transaction They also sold their story to a tabloid newspa per for thousands of dollars Herald Zoitung photo by JOHN HUSETH StlWtP Qarrmny knife Value of OJ Simpson card skyrocketing By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer HeraldZeitung photo by JOHN HUSETH Doc CantWlthoff owner of Docs Guns In New Braunfels has ordered a box of the Stllatto Germany knives which Is said to same knife purchased by Simpson shortly before the murders of Simpson and Richard Goldman markat for such knives has skyrocketed the testimony of a pawn shop cterc who said ha sold a Stllatto to Simpson The knlvas Mil for as much as and for thi wooden version approxi mately 15 Inches long and eanba razor As anticipated prices for 0 J Simpson trader cards have skyrocketed following the massive publicity surrounding the case One local card dealer says he wants noth ing to do with it however Joe Gomez of Front Page Sports Cards said the situation is too controversial and contains too many gray areas If he is convicted the card value will probably he said was nev er a demand before for OJ Gomez said the only card he has ever had in his two years was a Simpson rookie card He said Simpson cards are now rising in value There is even a Mass Murderer collection started last year with Ted Bundy that now will include a series called the 0 J Case said Gomez who added he will not carry those either Another thing to think about is a parent going to let a kid by the card of a murderer if he Simpson is convicted said Gomez Although he said he could easily get the Simpson cards from another dealer he did not want to get into it especially if the cards value drops not to mention the ethi cal questions involved Its just some guys way of thinking as opposed to another he laid For news advertising or subscription information call Metro 6060846 ;