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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas                                Yankees beat Rangers for city Little League title P Inside Sports People Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Tillie Moreno Debbie Hilde Kott Bianca Villareal Vanessmarie Valdez Lacey Moore Salvador Diaz Amy Brignt and happy 40th anniver sary to Urbano and Connie Garza Dance recital tonight The New Braunfels Her mann Sons School of Dance will present its annual dance recital Sunday June 4 The theme Ihis year is Stairway to the Stars featuring 454 stu dents under the direction of dance instructor Bobbi Ray and assistant Melissa Bird The students will perform vari ous jazz tap and ballet rou tines There will be two perfor mances the matinee at 3 and the evening perfor mance at 7 The recital will be held at the New Braun fels High School auditorium and admission is free Education workshop to address issues The Hispanic Organization for Public Education will con duct a workshop at the Lone Star Elementary Cafeteria Monday June 5 at 7 TAAS test reform public fund ing for private schools and other issues will be dis cussed For information call Sylvia at 6259213 A repre sentative from the office of State Senator Judith Zaffarini and a representative from the Texas Education Agency will attend Golf tournament planned for June 10 Comal County Habitat for Humanity will hold its second annual golf tournament at Northcliffe in Cibolo June 10 For a fee golfers are invit ed to compete for prizes donat ed by local businesses and individuals Deadline for entering the Texas Scramble format tourna ment is June 1 The proceeds will be used by Comal County Habitat to help with the com pletion of the house at 1618 W Bridge St For information call 625 0560 or 6257005 Carnival at Fire House at Canyon Lake The Canyon Lake Noon Lions will hold a carnival at Fire House on Highway 306 and Dove Street Bingo Friday Saturday and Sunday June 911 from 1 to 5 Midway attraction Ferris wheel other rides amuse ments carnival food and much more Lotto Texas 32 36 Est million i ot This newspaper is printed on recycled newsprint On maneuvers Paintball Pursuit lets anybody be Rambo for a day See Page B1 The survey what you think the should do in Bosnia See Page 4A And theyre off San Antonios Randy Reina defends his championship at the Schlitterbahn Three Parks Run See Page 8A New Braunfels HO 8 0 E 8 T IYI I C R 0 F U B I 8 11 1 M G 2627 YAM DR 179 Mtf gl EL PASO TX 7990S HeraldZeitung SUNDAY 38 Pages in three sections Sunday June 4 1 995 Serving Comal County fo or more than 1 43 years Home of DEBBIE HILDE KOTT Vol 143 No 146 City lands big fish Checks In The Mail to bring 350 jobs to New Braunfels By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer Checks In The Mail the direct mar keting check printing company is moving to New Braunfels The plant itself will bring 350 jobs and about 578 additional indirect jobs to the com munity New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Vice President Michael Meek said Overall it will have an economic impact of nearly million on the local he said Most people recognize CITM because of the fullpage ads found in Sunday newspaper supplement coupon sections and cooperative coupon mail ers Meek said We will immediately begin recruit ing employees to fill positions for cus tomer service data entry machine mechanics quality assurance press operators and CITM Chief Operating Officer Phyllis Dun can said The company should be oper ating by August of this year Duncan said Construction is nearly finished on the companys FM 306 building The identity of the company was kept under wraps until now When the New Braunfels site opens CITMs present plant in Irwindale Calif will close Bringing CITM to New Braunfels was a cooperative effort by city and county government the chamber of commerce and New Braunfels Utilities The city will give CITM a 90 percent tax abatement for the first four years in the eity 75 percent for the next three years and 30 percent for three more years New Braunfels Utilities will waive about in impact fees CITMs location in a New Braunfels economic development zone makes these inducements possible We are very appreciative of the substantial assistance given by the very professional chamber staff who helped us during the last 18 Duncan said We were also impressed with the cooperation from the govern mental and business leaders at the local level and the support from the Texas Department of she said Overall it will have an economic impact of nearly Michael Meek The direct mail industry and CITM are in a strong growth mode Meek said Cost conscious consumers have created a significant growth in the direct mail checks market during the past several years and CITM sales have increased at an accelerated rate over the last few he said The cooperative effort that brought CITM to New Braunfels deserves cred it chamber President Tom Purdum said Efforts by County Judge and chamber Chairwoman of the Board Carter Casteel Mayor Paul Fraser City Manager Mike Shands officials at NBU and the school administration from both school districts made this economic coup possible he said I especially wish to commend chamber Executive Vice President Michael Meek for his diligent efforts in bringing this great industry to New Purdum said Schlitterbahn congratulates Special Olympians Schlitterbahn Waterpark invit ed the Comal ISO Special Olympics athletes to the park Friday to celebrate the end of a successful year Fortyseven of the athletes competed at the Special Olympics District Track and Field meet in Round Rock in April and 15 advanced to the state meet May 2426 at Memorial Coliseum at the University of Texas at Austin The athletes are coached by Kay Smock Richard Moon is the CISD Director of Special Education At left Michael Pina enjoys a water slide Below participants gather for a group photo HeraldZeitung photos by MICHAEL DARNALL Wentworth and Kuempel liked session Call it most productive in memory By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer The Texas Legislation has ended its 1995 session and local representatives are calling it the best in years I thought this was the most successful session Ive been part of in the seven terms Ive said Slate Rep Edmund Kuempel Legislative leaders said the passage of several bills made il a success These included bills regard ing tort reform juvenile crime welfare reform and education reform State Sen Jeff Wentworth said these bills were the major focus of Gov George Bushs campaign and the fact that they passed showed great focus by the governor as well as great cooperation among all the leaders This to me was the most productive positive and harmonious session ever We had leaders who were more interested in solving problems than in gaining individual partisan said Wentworth Wentworth said the most critical bill passed dur ing the session was the one addressing the Edwards Underground Water District and the need for pump ing limits He said there was another aspect of the session which he was very proud of He said that in a 1990 special session the Texas Tuition Assis tance Grant Program was formed However he said the bill was useless because no funds were appro priated for it Wentworth said he threatened to vote no on any budget proposal until an appropriation was made He said the legislature listened and appro priated for a twoyear pilot program I think its the most significant but overlooked pail of the he said However not all the bills were passed Went worth said there were bills and resolutions pre sented Of these he said only passed Wentworth said the one bill he would have espe cially liked to see pass was one regarding open He said the bill would have required the media and the public to be aware of meetings where staff members brief board members Wentworth said these briefings usually turn into discussions where major opinions are formed and they should not be held behind closed doors Kuempel suid there were bills he also would have liked to see pass but did not He said these included bills regarding term limits initiatives and referen dums and parental consent for minors wanting abortions However not all the bills passed by the legislature were considered beneficial to the public Went worth said he opposses a new law that calls for electing the directors of the San Antonio transit system because the public does not have enough interest to become informed about the issues and candidates Kuempel was more optimistic and said he does not believe that any of the bills were bad However he said that opinion may change later After the interpretation of some 1 may change my mind but J cant think of any bad bills off the top of my said Kuempel Comal Springs bugs may get federal protection By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer The Fish and Wildlife Service is tak ing a giant step toward including three tiny Comal Springs animals on the endangered species list Monday the USFW will formal ly propose that the Comal Springs riffle bee tle the Comal Springs dryopid beetle and the Pecks Cave arthropod be classified as endangered All three species arc about an eighth of an inch long and live in the water The move strengthens the argument lor saving the Comal Springs Friends For Rivers President David Davenport said Again il supports the spring flow keeping the aquifer he said Parks and Recreation Director David Whatlcy petitioned the USFW back in 1990 to add the three species and two others to the endangered list The USFW gave the nod to the three after field surveys and other research Once formally proposed the three species will have to wait for about another year of public comment and data gathering before becoming officially endangered The Endan gered Species Act is up for in Congress and critics of the bill arc lighting for changes that would make economic fac Comal Springs riffle beetle tors more important than they are now A moratorium on adding new species to the list was passed earlier this year and lasts until September The Endangered Species Act began to save treasured species like the bald eagle Davenport said Protecting species like the Comal Springs rillle beetle or the fountain darter is a matter of sax ing the whole ecosys tem he said not just saving some tiny ani mals that few people know about 1 always thought of the fountain darter as the canary in the he said If thai canary dies then main other species all the way down the mer to the coast will be Know about news happening in our community Call the newsroom at 6259144   

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