New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 15, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 15, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 15, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas im 410 MO16 10/22/99 S 0 - WEST NI C R 0 P U b 1.1S hi IN G 2627 E YANDELL DRpflQMlnor*Mcttona FHetay. July 15,1M4 . * ■I. ......., Comal County Wether..................3 OplnlOn niHI«IHIllllHimillHIIIIIM(HIIIII|4 BPOltS DlV MU. MU......MM... .I .nil. MU. .1.7 CnUfOn LUI HIIMMIfHKlllHIMIIIHMHM .5,3 pBim,<m»millMMIIIIIIIHIHMHMHIHIHl3 TNbMarfcetplaoe  ...............13 CuMteMM River..............ISS .aMob ofe-oublo fact par aaooncl mMkAA 4bmaai R^V if^.| 33MMa IM/VfW 0rWf|ICI ftmmmh Tffftffff wwwh tht M)ofin| bMtewiiliifiotDtwB LeAnfie Schneider, Kirby Krueger (Saturday, 7 yeare aMV HMA •PBW Boenlg, Mary Owens, Bernice SoUlh, Eugene P. Bott, A. J. arenfifna rerefre V^relM^urifiux Umax nwuBf nun uwmni nappy Anubtrevy to Nation a Dorothy Rfttmlefh (44 veers!). ■WpMPHQOT wwmn VO AaaaoaA aa^aAflAaoASaa hHaalmjm now |mu iviiw mnonoon The New Bmitfrii Rcpubticftn Woora will have a patriotic luncheon *ti* home of Cristebell We*, 1220 Fox (Bon Road. • • All it encouraged to woftr ted, muL|4a Aflftjg Witt AA Mftil    Lam* wmv ana Hue ana guv to nave [fen * noon on Moodfty July 11. Boud member! will pnyyide the food. Coll Cristebell ai 629-4042. lumutam Qiuene rom. fight on Stonybrook, left on Fox Glen Bood.) _The*>eekerwill bo Chicle ■candidate for Business After Hora is planning a Membership Mixer, en informal gathering of Chamber of Commerce members sponsored by The Watering Hole Saloon ft Dance Hall at 1390 Old McQueeney Road for Wednesday July 27 tom 5-7 pjn. Members can meet, make new contacts and exchange with other members of our business communfty, Each Chamber member may bring anagua*. Introduce yourself to the "Mystery Member and you may win cash! Comal County Mr boing oecoptod Entries for the 101* Comal County Fair Parade are now being eorcptod The Parade will be held Friday Sept. 23. begin- ■ I* 10 a.m. or an entry form or more informtion, please call Maigi Handrick at 625-1884. UM* Shop to barani Aft Looguo TmiiriV| pfffrwmnff> pf Little ShopofHonors*Circle Aits Theatre will benefit the New gnaaftla Ari League*! building renovations fond. The SIO Helots are available * China-n-Thlngi in Lands Plaza apd Am Center Oallary, 646 Walnut Square. I Rimvationi also can ba made by oaUing 609-3092 between noon md 6 pjn. Mondays through Sahuriaya. (Tho Now jywspUk MirsSfttHq Stanmtioch. According to tho <{tkt Como* community, > md Pare Os da/# I figs. Wo Mayaa is cktro \ OO.) Thia nawinanar It * • “ * fqywwreppnpprw* *w pnntaa on racycoa Columnist Cal Thomas says he's tired of all the Ginton bashing Bfjumic tHfioprg MARK LYON Ti-Minr BOHOT DmpHi baho aridoal pf Praaldant din* ton*! (riHHFOlw ii many of his pa* columna, syndicated newspaper eotumni* Cal Thomaa add la* night th* ha is tired of Clinton batting. I'm tiredofiill the Clinton bartting," ha said before a crowd of mon than 330 * the Maw Bnunfeli Civie Omer la* night "TOny (Clinton Adminiitntion) reflect the morel and condition of America. TUI ii judgmentTHI ii foe mule of a talon th* bu tumid ha back on Pod," Thomas spoke * a bepart* fond-taiiar for the New iifMkip Crisis Pregnancy Cantar, emphasising tbs need for continued and uprated support of tbs local program and ooh Iii* it across the nation. Tm encouraged though, and ITI *11 you why," ha said. "The other world view has fierily and completely tun out cf gm Alter 30 uremana    mmu**^a 48«to«8    Im yen or oroxcn prcfnirea, we nno outretvei in an age where one out of four babies are born to ring* mothea. I get kidded about growing up in the 50't and am told th* that was ‘my decade*. I g* kidded about growing up with ‘Oak and Haiti*' a kit, but I tell them I'll defend Ozzie and Harriet if you'll defend Borts and Buttoe*L *Tm bullition America. God* not through with this nation,'' he arid. Thomas spoke out on ebortion and today's morality, but also linked them together. "Alation is ut the cause of decadence," he said. "It ie the remit of it There lf a ire* aodri movement going on right now to overturn Roe v. Wade," ha said, rasfrerimmretga Branch mart dies in wreck By OHNtDNI MARTH Staff Writer take time, such as the movement to fteeriaves anMatatfbr women to gain the right to vote. I don*! know where we are right now on the grand acale of things. But we’ll get there in time.** Thomas criticized pro-abortion activists, the abortion industry and the federal government for not providing information to women considering abortion. He cited federal mandates requiring oertain information and documentation for vehicle purchases and bank loans and noted th* no mandate is in place requiring th* information be provided to women considering abortion. Thomas he once challenged a former director of NOW (National Organization of Womens promising to never agrin address the subject of abortion if she would support the idea of supplying women who are considering abortion with information on abortion and show them a picture of “what they are about to oesooy. "Why can't we give information?,'' he said. “There it truth in labeling. There it certain inform*ioo required to be on a sales Kicker on a car to inform potential buyers about the vehicle they are considering to buy. Why can't we provide women with information about abortion? They aren’t being given a choice * all." T mw an ad in the New York Times the other day supporting pro-choi ce,” he continued. “Did you know the price of that ad was around 316,000? lh* was for one ad on one day. Where do you think they're getting their money? Do you think they're having gatherings Uke this across the nation? There are no teat! mon!* from women laying how wonderful abortion is. They are victims themselves. The money comes from the abortion Honkt-ZoOung photo by MARK LYON Cri Thorne* addressed a crowd elOOO feet fright et the Haw Brim** CMC Center. - qpmutts* m^»i'4siew«N«toitoMtotoR>M>iwas*mmewmemmMM*wawri*fefe*assiMMei rn rn l$DN    % Editor Melanie Oakes, Director of the New Braunfels Crisis Pregnancy Center, announced last night that the center had counseled ifs 2,000th client la* week. Oakes made the snnnunccmcrtt before a' -crowd of550 gathered la* night * a benefit dinner for the center, featuring syndicated columnist Cal Thomas as speak*, "We had 3)2 clients in 1993 and from th* 33 babies were saved from abortion during the year," she Mid. “In addition, ■ 14 -     J    .C:',    t.. ^ J    n iz acceptee vruw as mar savior, Baaing th* one of thorn 12 was the boyfriend of a client Oakes offered several testimonies of • have been sisUxed by the ceo* Hr inoprVIVOQ mIw vi I vt I* CT ulC P6uV* IZO vohintceis. "They (volunteers) make a difference,” (rife said. "So many times clients come in ■am and we just spend ourselves emotionally. It is so gratifying to hear how we’ve helped women change their lives.” Oakes downplayed criticism from pro-choice critics who have "often asked pro-lifers if we're going to take care of all these babies. Well, we are. But who is taking care of all the women ravaged by abortion? Not the pro-choice people. We can't wait on government and the legislature to chsny* The need is now and th* is why we’re here." Oakes said th* anyone can volunteer * the center or make donations to the cause. Those who are interested in helping the center can by caUing 629-7565. Malania Oakes SPRING BRANCH -Christian Michael McKown, 25, of Spring Branch, died * about midnight aft* the pickup in which he was riding rolled into a Comal County ditch along UA Highway 231N. John Koch, 21, of Bermerton, Washington, was driving the OMC vehicle. "For unknown reason!, he drove into the left median, overcorrected to the right and overturned," a Department of Public Safety report read. McKown and another passenger, David James Hawkins, 22, of Sui Antonio, were not wearing their seatbelts. Hawkins was In good condition with minor injuries and refused treatment. McKown was taken to Poeppenschmidt Funeral Home, 189 N. Seguin. Judge Fred Stewart, Comal Count justice of the peace for precinct 3 (Bulverde) made foe pronouncement of death. Koch was treated for lacerations tt Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio. Koch, who was in good condition, is a naval firefighter. The report by TYooper Gary Wong remained incomplete* press time. Austin bank, eyes nioVe to mrnomuo*' New Braunfels industry and related industries. It is there's a multi-million dollar industry our there th* knows wh* a difference a choice would make. Its about politics and money." Thomas encouraged support of the New Braunfels Crisis Pregnancy Center, comparing foe effort to save unborn children to helping Jews escape foe Nazis and abolitionists freeing the slaves. “It it a tremendous feeling to know th* you've made a difference, whether it be one child or 33," he laid. “Have you ever held a child th* you helped save? I have and I tell you it lathe mo* rewarding feeling outride of my own Mlv*ion th* I have ever known. I hope th* you cen have that same feeling ” Thomas concluded his speech with reference to foe book of Revelations from the Bible. “Don’t forget, lf you haven't read foe la* chapter-we win." Board grants variance for Schmitz Hotel By CHRtSTME MARTIN Staff Writer By CHNBT1NS MARTON Staff Writ*_ "The city la u helpful aa they eta ba," a member of a small investor group planning to renovate Schmitz Hotel and open two retail shops sad five apartments inridi saki la* right * a mefting of foe city's boud of acyustmcnts. Jim Hardy Jr., ofMcQueeney, Mid Ne group mould dm on pur- Two retail shops, five apartments being proposed by McQueeney ownership group a couple of Bund*. Schmitz Hotel WM ma fine hotel in the area, ana of the fit* fetes burinnMi bi New Braunfels and housed * one time such legends as Robert E. Lee and Jefferson Davis (commander of foe Confederate army and pre*- Jam* —.t- (La    M dent or me Lonxeawacy respectively). New Braunfels Construction Board of Alternant Member Victor Sponenbarg moved fer approval of a variance from the fire code fer the hotel if the purcheae goat through, and the motion peered 4-0, with one member of the board absent. The variance allows the hotel to re* with the “ one orginal staircase rath* than having to put in an extra one. Hardy Mid the firs code called for two stairwell1 so that Jim Hardy, Jr. everyone in the atmo-—— lure could remain within 70 fe* of a way to get dowreteire. The oode WM derigmd Th*/* going to Ii yregy ■mImmIm gw^ppte quality for ui^er buildings, such ti 10,000 squsre-ioot floors, not 2,000-square-foot floors like foe hotel hie, he Mid. The extra *si retie would have eliminated the possibility of one-and-a-half of the apartments planned. "We're spending a lot anyway and could not afford to im foe unit," he arid. “They’re going to be very high quality." There exi* very few apartments in New Braunfels ai it is, so Hardy expects little problem! in leering them. "They all take advantage of the nice balconies in front," he said. Fir* State Bank of Austin will apply Monday for a charter to open a branch in foe Sup* Wal-Mart, to be at 1-35 and Walnut, and the state banking commisrion will hand down their decision within a month. The charter was applied for along with 12 otter locations around the state. Fir* Stele Bank already has 11 branches in Austin and Round Rock. They applied fer none in San Antonio. The Banking Commissioner of Texaa requires banks to publish notices when they plan to expand. Affected financial institutions may protest, but they mu* do so within two weeks of publication of foe lapl notices, which will be in the Hersld-Zeitung Monday. Bank President Ben Morgan felt positive about foe opportunity. “We’re looking forward to coming to New Braunfels,” he said. Benefit tonight will assist family with funeral expenses By CHRISTINE MARTON Staff Writer Joe Moreno and foe Double Eagles will play for a free dance tonight from 8 pjn. to 12 SJM, throughout which raffle tickets will be told for various bema,* J ft L Country Store, 30690 Blanoo Road. Along with foe raffle, snacks and drinks will be sold and donations taken for Lloyd Bryon Ford's family. Lloyd was killed in a bicycle/car accident July 9 * foe age of ll. Linda Jacoby, a friend whom Lloyd called Aunt Linda and with whose daughter Lloyd played daily, Olga-nixed the benefit. “They're kind of trapped right now because of the ftinenl expenses," aha Mid. "rt'e been hard, but you've jut got to keep thinking foe good Lord knows whet he'i doing." Lucy Avile, own*, Mid the dance hall/tore ie four or five miles from Highway 46 and Blanoo. Frito Ley end Coca-Cola have donated foe reftrehmenu. The dance will continue from 8 p.m. to 12 s.m. Lloyd ie euivived by his moth*, Maipa* Robinson, broth* David, listers Lane and Kammy, of western Comal County; and by his feth*. Text* Ronald Fori of Leon Springs A irendmofo* end various are* and undee also wrviva Lloyd. Bervie* were Mid TVteafey* July 12 * Borgfield Bapt!* Church, with Rav. Stat Rkkflfbtrgfr preridingFor news,    advertising or    subscription    inform, call 625-9144 (Metro)New    Braunfels    Nationals    drop    8-2    decision    to    Sequin    -    Set ;

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