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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 17, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas FRIDAY Canyon dominates list of District 284A girls alldistrict team See P 9 50 CENTS COUNTDOWN 32 DAYS New Braunlels Sesquloentannlal March New Braunfels MO 16 186 SOWEST IIICROPUBLISHIHG 2627 E OR 16 pages In one section Friday Feb Serving Comal County for more than 143 years Home of GILBERT WARD Vol 143 No 70 S tn m mti sch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeltungl The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following jirthday wishes to Gilbert Ward Laura Scarbrough Jennl Brletzke Linda Domln quez Lamora Nlchole Her nandez Dorothy Lehr lay Serna Paul Barsch II Happy Anniversary to Edward Sofia Campos 5 Inside Church Sports The Lake Dunlap yard sale scheduled for Saturday Feb 25 The Lake Dunlap Property Owners Association will hold a yard sale on Saturday Feb 25 from to 4 at the Southbank Club House Funds raised from the sale will used to treat the hydrilla in the lake in the spring Users of the lake and property owners are asked to contribute items for the sale Items can be dropped off at the Southbank Club House on Thursday Feb 23 from 4 to 8 and on Friday Feb 24 from 9 to 4 Anyone having large items to donate can call Jack Burkett at 8293237 to arrange for a pick up The Southbank Club House is located ofTFM 725 in the South bank subdivision on Southbank Boulevard City offices to close for Presidents Day City offices will be closed on Monday Feb 20 in observance of Presidents Day However there will be regular garbage service For further information call 6082140 between 8 and 5 on any business day Historical Masquerade Dance set for Feb 24 The GermanAmerican Soci ety will sponsor a dance at the Knights of Columbus Hall on Feb 24 starting at 8 The Seven Dutchmen will play and Prince Solms knights princesses the court jester and settlers dressed in beautiful regional costumes from the Old World invite everyone to cpme join the festivities Costumes are not required but prizes will be awarded to the best five costumes Tickets are and can be bought at Centex Office Center chamber of commerce Henne Hardware Old Town Inn and Lepp Juwelier Tickets at the door will be Business After Hours scheduled Feb 23 The monthly Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Com merce1 Business After Hours membership mixer will be held at Kraft Mobiletel 679 S Seguin St on Thursday Feb 23 from 5 to 7 The mixer is an opportunity for chamber members to make new contacts and exchange ideas with other members of the busi ness community This newspaper Is printed on recycled newsprint Commissioners okay new JP building New building to house constable as well By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writers County Commissioners Court is beginning to make good on its promise to build a new Justice of the Peace building for Pet 2 Commissioners approved a site Thursday near the Comal County Jail facing W San Antonio St The current Pet 2 JP building is located just off Interstate35 near Solms This will be five times the size of the one located in said Pet 2 County Commis sioner Danny Scheel The planned squarefoot building will house not only JP offices but a constable as well The court had budgeted last sum mer for this years budget to include a new JP building Because the new office will be located on county land Scheel said the county will not have to purchase land He said the building should be completed some time this year Officials must first realign the precinct boundaries because the site lies within Pet 3 not Pet 2 We applied to the Justice Department They dont see any problem with Scheel said No people live there and its in a commercially zoned Scheel said he hoped the building would be completed by the middle of this year depending on the Justice Department approval of redistrict ing If it is not completed by the summer Scheel said Jan would replace that date Also the court appointed Charles Stephens to the board of directors for the Comal County Water Oriented Recreation District Stephens replaces Peter Newhouse who resigned Stephens an attorney lives in Startzville but is building a house in Bulverde His office is located in Sattler and he is a past president of the Canyon Lake Chamber of Com merce MidTexas Symphony to host guest conductor Sunday From staff reports The MidTexas Symphony will welcome guest conductor Franz Anton Krager for its next performance on Sunday Feb 19 at at the New Braunfels Civic Center Krager will conduct the orchestra for the performance which will feature the MidTexas Symphony Chorus The chorus will present Rutters Requiem in the second half of the program The chorus is under the direction of Daniel Long The first half will feature Beethovens Leonore Overture No 3T and Mendelssohns Symphony No Krager is music director of the Bra zos Valley Symphony Orchestra director of orchestras at the Universi ty of Houston School of Music and director of orchestral studies for the Texas Music Festival Hailing from Detroit Krager received his bachelors and masters degrees from the University of Michi gan In 1970 he joined Musical Youth International and in 1978 made his European debut as conductor of MYI winning first prize at the Internation al Festival of Music in Copenhagen Krager was then appointed assis tant professor of music at the Univer sity of MissouriColumbia and engaged as a faculty instructor and conductor at the Interlochen National Music Camp during the summers from 1979 to 1987 The year 1984 marked his arrival in Texas with appointments to the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra and to the music faculty at Texas Uni versity Krager has toured extensively in many of the countries of Europe the former Soviet Union Japan Africa Australia South and Central America Mexico and Canada In 1982 he led the Symphony Orchestra of Berlin in the Herbert von Karagan International Conducting Competition and in 1990 at the invi tation of the Soviet authorities dis tinguished himself as the first Ameri can conductor to lead the Kazan National Philharmonic in the former USSR Conducting engagements have included appearances with many Texasbased orchestras including the MidTexas Symphony as well as orchestras in Hawaii California Michigan and Missouri Tickets for the concert are for adults for senior citizens and col lege students and for students through high school axe They are available in New Braun fels at the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce and at Accents 173 S Seguin They will also be available at the door For more information call 629 0336 THE RITE STUFF HeraldZeltung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL From left are Basel Boatrlght Christine Durbln Jerry Way Chris Buck Bill Hay Russel Pagel Taking risks paying off for local small business By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer New Braunfels and Comal County have seen several large companies move into the area during this past year much to the pleasure of local officials because these large companies bring a good tax base and a heavy number of new jobs But often overlooked in among the large businesses are the smaller businesses long called the backbone of American business DiamondRite Products Inc is one example The local company began in the 1960s with the Wersteipher family Basel and Suzi Boatright bought it about five years ago What first started as a retail and wholesale cleaning supply service has now expanded into repair and commercial cleaning used to sell everything that provided the ser said Jerry Hay who runs the commercial clean ing aspect of the business His brother Bill Allen Hay also works for the family business Weve always had the knowledge of bow to do the company is expanding into the commercial cleaning field a growing opportunity given the expanding business climate in this area So much opportunity in fact that Hay left his 10year job as an accountant in Houston to run this part of the family business For a young businessman like myself I like the progress in this said Hay who grew up in New Braunfels Some people tell me they want to move because New Braunfels is losing that smalltown envi ronment But I like it Ive got a family to Hay said 90 percent of the new jobs in this country are created by small business When he started last February the commercial cleaning department had about seven people full and parttime That number is now 20 On the other band new businesses have a failure rate of more than 80 percent For small businessmen like Hay there comes a risk with the challenge the greater the risk the greater the and also the greater risk DiamondRite cleans everything from carpets to upholstery in residential places but the prospects in the commercial cleaning jobs are numerous Hay said be could focus his business solely on the city of New Braunfels but decided to take advantage of the good business climate in the area The prospects here have always been good San Antonio has had tremendous he said depends on the chance you are willing to Over easy Rocky and Raymond Davlla own era of ThreeRing Farm In Comal County dlaplay an ostrich egg from Sally one of their ostriches On the left la a normal chicken egg to ahow the alze comparlaon The ostrich egg la aa big aa at least 12 chicken eggs New Put on Your Armor campaign debuts on TV By MARK LYON Managing Editor NASHVILLE Local antidrug program director Jim Schmidt better known as Armadillo this week was the featured guest on The Nashville Networks Music City starring Lorianne Crook and Charlie Chase Schmidt is President of the Put on Your Armor Against Drugs program headquartered in New Braunfels The show was aired Monday night at 8 CDT and Schmidt included a live Armadillo Jim armadillo der and the national debut of the Real Cowboys Dont Do Drugs campaign The segment also featured other local Armadillo Rangers including Jeff Schmidt Pastor Paul Buntyn and others from different communities in Texas Music City Tonight is the top rated show aired by TNN The Real Cowboys Dont Do Drugs campaign was debuted on the program because of that shows raring and public appeal While there it looked like Lori anne and Charlie were practically endorsing Schmidt said This was a perfect way for them to say yall do it and we were given free public air time They selected a 9yearold girl out of the audience to compete in the armadillo derby and the audience cheered for her and she won It was he continued We left one Ranger team in the area to continue to present our program to schools in and around Nashville Were excited about the opportunity we were given Now the telephone is ringing every day Were getting busier every day Were training new Armadillo Rangers Local businesses are beginning to support us enthusi astically The support is beginning to pay The programs focus is teaching kids how to put on their armor against drugs violence and crime by using a armadillos as examples of how that works The Rangers have reached more than one million kids since the pro gram began in 1989 The Texas Armadillo Association which is also part of the program began in 1982 Put on Your Armor reaches more than each year Schmidt said Right now were really needing some volunteer help from members of the community to help field tele phone calls from those who want us to come to their community and schools to present our he said We are seeing every day how this is mak ing a difference in kids To contact Schmidt and the Put on Your Armor program call 629 4980 Monday through Friday For news advertising or subscription information call 6259144
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