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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 15, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas                                U 410 MO 16 S 0 W E S T Il IC R 0 P U BI IS H TNG 2627 YANDELL DR WWW 258 DAYS fiatqutotntannlal March March New Braiinfels Herald pagw In one section Friday July Serving Cornel County for more than 142 years Home of BRUNO BAERWALD I Vol 142 No 176 Inside Cofnal County Weather Sports Church 3 4 9 Trt River conditions Qundalupe River Conrtil ofsoublo feet per Mcond Shinimtisch from Ztttung extends the following birthday wishes to Diwn U Anne Schneider Klrby Krueger Saturday 7 years Bruno Baerwald Erma Boenlg Mary Owens Bernlce Smith Eugene D Burr A J Martin Maria Delgado Happy Anniversary to Nelson Dorothy Roemlsch 44 Republican Woman to host patriotic luncheon The New Braunfels Republican Women will have a patriotic lun cheon at the home of Cristabell West 1220 Fox Glen Road All are encouraged to wear red white and blue and gather to have ftui at noon on Monday July 18 members will provide the Call Cristabell at 6294042 Gruene on Sunnybrook left on Fox Glen The speaker will be Carole Keeton Rylarider candidate for state railroad commissioner Chamber plans next Business After Hours Business After Hours is plan ning a Membership Mixer an informal gathering of Chamber of Commerce members sponsored by The Watering Hole Saloon Dance Hall at 1390 Old McQueeney Road for Wednes day July 27 from 57 Members can meet make new contacts and exchange ideas with other members of our business community Each Chamber mem ber may bring one guest Intro duce yourself to the Mystery Member and you may win cash Comal County Fair Parade entries now being accepted Entries for the 101st Comal County Fair Parade are now being accepted The Parade will be held Friday Sept 23 begin ning at 10 For an entry form or more information please call Margi Handrick at 6251884 Little Shop to benefit Art League Tonights performance of Little Shop of Horrors at Circle Arts Theatre will benefit the New Braunfels Art Leagues building renovations fund The SI 0 tickets are available at ChinanThings in Landa Plaza and Arts Center Gallery 646 Walnut Square Reservations also can be made by calling 6093092 between noon and 6 Mondays through Saturdays Stammtisch The New Braunfels HeratdZeitung invites Its readers to submit items to Stammtisch According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German community Stammtisch represents a sitting place for members of the community and share the days happen lags We invite you to share with newspaper Is printed on recycled newsprint Bullish on America Columnist Cal Thomas says hes tired of all the Clinton bashing ByMARKLYON Managing Editor Deipite being critical of President Clin tons administration in many of his put columns syndicated newspaper columnist Cal Thomas said list night that ho Is tired of Clinton bashing Im tired of all the Clinton he said before a crowd of more than 530 at the New Braunftls Civic Center last night They Clinton Administration reflect the moral and spiritual condition of America This is judgment This is the mark of a nation that has turned Its back on Thomas spoke at a benefit fundraiser for the New Draunfels Crisis Pregnancy Center emphasizing the need for continued and upscaled support of the local program and ones like it across the nation Im encouraged though and Ill tell you he said The other world view has finally and completely run out of gas After 30 years of broken promises we find ourselves in an age where one out of four babies are bom to single mothers I get kidded about growing up in the 50s and am told that that was my decade I get kidded about growing up with Ozzie and Harriet a lot but I tell them Ill defend Ozzie and Harriet if youll defend Bevis and Butthead Im bullish on America God is not through with this he said Thomas spoke out on abortion and todays morality but also linked them together Abortion is not the cause of he said It is the result of it There is a great social movement going on rightnow to overturn Roe v he said ItisrmyobseivationthatgreatmQvements take time such as the movement to free slaves and4ateffor women to gain the right to vote I dont know where we are right now on the grand scale of things But well get there in Thomas criticized proabortion activists the abortion industry and the federal govern ment for not providing information to women considering abortion He cited federal man dates requiring certain information and docu mentation for vehicle purchases and bank loans and noted that no mandate is in place requiring that information be provided to women considering abortion Thomas said he once challenged a former director of NOW National Organization of promising to never again address the subject of abortion if she would support the idea of supplying women who are consider ing abortion with information on abortion and show them a picture of what they are about to Why cant we give he said There is truth in labeling There is certain information required to be on a sales sticker on a car to inform potential buyers about the vehicle they are considering to buy Why cant we provide women with information about abortion They arent being given a choice at I saw an ad in the New York Times the other day supporting he contin ued Did you know the price of that ad was around That was for one ad on one day Where do you think theyre getting their money Do you think theyre having gather ings like this across the nation There are no testimonies from women saying how won derful abortion is They are victims them selves The money comes from the abortion HeraldZeitung photo by MARK LYON Cal Thomas addressed a crowd of 550 last night at the New Braunfels Civic Center client served recently by CPC By MARK LYON Managing Editor Melanie Oakes Director of the New Braunfels Crisis Pregnancy Center announced last night that the center had counseled its client last week Oakes made the announcement before a crowd of 550 gathered last night at a ben efit dinner for the center featuring syndi cated columnist Cal Thomas as speaker We had 312 clients in 1993 and from that 33 babies were saved from abortion during the she In addition 12accepted Christ as their adding that one of those 12 was the boyfriend of a client Oakes offered several testimonies of clients who have been assisted by the cen ter and praised of volunteers volunteers make a she said So many times clients come in Melanie Oakes and we just spend ourselves emotional ly It is so gratifying to hear how weve helped women change their Oakes played criticism from prochoice crit ics who have often asked prolifers if were going to take care of all these babies Well we are But who is taking care of all the women rav aged by abortion Not the prochoice peo ple We cant wait on government and the legislature to make changes The need is now and that is why were Oakes said that anyone can volunteer at the center or make donations to the cause Those who are interested in helping the center can by calling 6297565 industry and related industries It is because Thomas encouragedsupport of the New Braunfels Crisis Pregnancy Center com paring the effort to save unborn children to helping Jews escape the Nazis and aboli tionists freeing the slaves It is a tremendous feeling to know that youve made a difference whether it be one child or he said Have you ever held a child that you helped save I have and I tell youitisthemostrewardingfeelingoutside ofmy own salvation that I have ever known l tnat cm have that Thomas concluded his speech with refer ence to tne book of Revelations from the Bible Dont forget If you havent read the last chapter we Board grants variance for Schmitz Hotel By CHRISTINE MARTIN Staff Writer The city is as helpful as they can a member of a small investor group planning to reno vate Schmitz Hotel and open two retail shops and five apartments inside said last night at a meeting of the citys board of adjustments Jim Hardy of McQueeney said his group should close on pur chase of the historical monument in a couple of months Schmitz Hotel was the first hotel in the area one of the first retail businesses in New Braunfels and housed at one time Two retail shops five apartments being proposed by McQueeney ownership group such legends as Robert E Lee and Jefferson Davis commander of the Confederate army and presi dent of the Confederacy New Braunfels Con struction Board of Adjustment Member Victor Sponenberg moved for approval of a variance from the fire Theyre going to be very high passed 40 with one member of the board absent The variance Allows the hotel to rest with the one orginal staircase rather man having to put in an extra one Hardy said the fire code called for two stairwells so that code for the hotel if the purchase goes through and the motion au iiiai dim Hardy Jr everyone in the struc ture could remain within 70 feet of a way to get downstairs The code was designed for buildings such as squareioot floors not squarefopt floors like the hotel has he said The extra staircase would have eliminated the possibility of one andahalf of the apartments planned Were spending a lot anyway and could not afford to lose the he said Theyre going to be very high There exist very few apartments in New Braunfels as it is so Hardy expects little prob lems in leasing them They all take advantage of the nice bal conies in he said Spring Branch man dies in wreck By CHRISTINE MARTIN Staff Writer SPRING BRANCH Christian Michael McKown 25 of Spring Branch died at about midnight after the pickup In which he was riding rolled Into a Comal County ditch along Highway 281N John Koch 21 of Bermerton Washington was driving the GMC vehicle For unknown reasons he drove into the left median overcorrectcd to the right and a Department of Public Safety report read McKown and another passenger David James Hawkins 22 of San Antonio were not wearing their seat belts Hawkins was in good condition with minor injuries and refused treatment McKown was taken to Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home 189 N Seguin Judge Fred Stewart Comal Count justice of the peace for precinct 3 Bulverde made the pronouncement of death Koch was treated for lacerations at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio Koch who was in good condition is a naval firefighter The report by Trooper Gary Wong remained incom plete at press time Austin New Braunfels By CHRISTINE MARTIN Staff Writer First State Bank of Austin will apply Monday for a charter to open a branch in the Super WalMart to be at 135 and Walnut and the state banking commission will hand down their decision within a month The charter was applied for along with 12 other loca tions around the state First State Bank already has 11 branches in Austin and Round Rock They applied for none in San Antonio The Banking Commissioner of Texas requires banks to publish notices when they plan to expand Affect ed financial institutions may protest but they must do so within two weeks of publication of the legal notices which will be in the HeraldZeitung Monday Bank President Ben Morgan felt positive about the opportunity Were looking forward to coming to New he said Benefit tonight will assist family with funeral expenses By CHRISTINE MARTIN Staff Writer Joe Moreno and the Double Eagles will play for a free dance tonight from 8 to 12 throughout which raffle tickets will be sold for various items at J L Country Store 30690 Blanco Road Along with the raffle snacks and drinks will be sold and donations taken for Lloyd Bryan Fords fam ily Lloyd was killed in a accident July 9 at the age of 11 Linda Jacoby a friend whom Lloyd called Aunt Lin da and with whose daughter Lloyd played daily orga nized the benefit Theyre kind of strapped right now because of the funeral she said Its been hard but youve just got to keep thinking the good Lord knows what hes Lucy Avila owner said the dance is four or five miles from Highway 46 and Blanco Frito and CocaCola have donatcdthc refreshments The dance will continue from 8 to 12 Lloyd is survived by his mother Margaret Robinson brother David sisters Lana and Kammy of western Comal County and by his father Texter Ronald Ford of Leon Springs A grandmother and various aunts and uncles also survive Lloyd Services were held Tuesday July 12 at Borgfield Baptist Church with Rev Stat Riddlebarger presiding advertising or subscription information call 6259144 Metro 6060846   

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