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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 25, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels runners Unicorn Relays See Sports Page Churchill School Inside Sports Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Kim Smith DeLaine Heimer Crystal Wehe 20 Edgar Dietert 97 Dahlia Guerrero 22 Billy Schroeder Benita Dominguez and Jean Jack son Happy anniversary wish es go to Oran and Nelrose Koepp 40 Dennis and Molly Koepp Ski and Midge Haneiwich 35 and Leonard and Lillian Fikac 47 years Sale items sought The New Braunfels Lioness Club will hold its annual garage and bake sale Satur day March 16 at 8 The location will be 386 W San Antonio the former Chevrolet showroom Anyone wishing to donate items for the sale is asked to call either Miriam Weiss at 6290728 or Sue McFeeley at 6206461 Arrangements will be made for the pick up of the items Final vote on NBU rate hike expected tomorrow The New Braunfels City Council will meet tomorrow night at at the Municipal Building Its business will includea Vote for the third and final time on New Braun fels Utilities rate increases for water and sewer The historic preservation ordinance amendment will also come up for a third and final vote Thinking of starting a business If you want to start a busi ness or even are just thinking about it then a startup orien tation might just be what you need The session will provide you with basic start up infor mation including Small Busi ness Development Center checklist for going into busi ness startup financing and SBA loan application proce dures and an overview of the business plan outline To reg ister call the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce at 6252385 Congressmans staffer coming Shelby Graves of Congressman Lamar Smiths staff will be in the Canyon Lake area Wednesday Feb 28 to assist Comal County residents with problems or questions involving federal agencies or programs She will be at the Canyon Lake Action Center in Sattler from 9 until noon Feb 28 No appointment needed Wind ensemble to perform The McMurry University Wind Ensemble will perform Thursday Feb 29 at New Braunfels High School at The 45member ensem ble will perform selections including Jagers Third Suite and Fuciks The winning numbers Lotto Texas I j fcpdfcj Est million jackpot LOTTERV Relatives want Alamo remains studied SAN ANTONIO AP The president of the Alamo Defenders Descendants Association wants to let science settle the question of whether a sealed tomb holds the remains of David Crockett William Travis and Jim Bowie s Historians and archaeologists have long questioned whether the bones and skulls sealed in a marble tomb in the San Fernando Church belong to those legendary fighters Now Lee Spencer and other direct descendants of participants in the 1836 Battle of the Alamo want the tomb opened DNA used to settle the generationsold issue I just Want the Spencer told the San Antonio ExpressNews in Saturdays editions I dont know if my people are in San Fernando Cathedral But I think its time to answer the The survey Pat Buchanan is he in the main stream oris he too extreme Your chance to weigh in on the question is here See Page 4A Renaissance on Main Street Downtowns future looks bright PagelB New Braunfels Herald 6 44 Pages in three sections Sunday February Serving Comal County for more than 144 years BHome of EDGAR DIETERT ting SUNDAY Vol 144 No 75 Artists rendering of the TexStar National Bank planned for the HEB Shopping Center The grand opening is planned for Aug 1 TexStar to join local bank scene From Staff Reports TexStar National Bank announced Friday it plans to open a fullservice bank at the HEB Shopping Center at IH35 and Walnut Avenue The completion date is projected to be Aug 1 said TexStar New Braunfels President Larry Brumbelow The onestory rock and stucco building is designed to conform and enhance the traditional architectural style of New Braun fels he said Brumbelow said that full independent bank ing service will be available to include person al and commercial checking savings certificates of deposit loans commercial retail mortgage construction safe deposit boxes ATM investments and five drivein lanes Staff and construction contractors will be from the local area Brumbelow a lifelong resident of New Braunfels has 28 years of experience in the banking business and is available to assist with all banking needs immediately He can be reached at 210 6594000 until the New Braun fels office is open TexStar National Bank is an independently owned bank with million in assets and locations in Universal City and Converse By DEMISE DZIUK StaffWriter 1 People with outstanding warrants were given a warning to pay up or who opted not to pay found out what the consequences were Fri day when many were arrested A grace period for people needing to clear up outstanding warrants ended and officers spent Friday night looking for those who had war rants Warrant Officer Tim Schlichting said about 30 officer were out Friday tflght looking for these individuals and about were found i All the warrant Served Friday were for mis demeanor cases police said f We cleared up about 40 warrants last night The week prior we cleared up aboiit 70 We had 110 warrants cleared up through the whole oper he said Some of those arrested had seven or more warrants on Schlichting said those arrest ed will be magistrated at a later time and more than was collected through the opera tion Thats not counting the ones that wenttb jail and will pay he said Schlichting said the entire operation went very i smoothly He said this was due in largepart to the coop eration between various agencies The New Braunfels Police Department New Braunfels Municipal Court personnel Garden Ridge Police Department Constables from precincts and 4 Comal County Fire Marshall Comal County Sheriffs Department and County Attorney per sonnel all participated in the roundup I believe it was a very successful smooth running operation There was a lot of cooperation between the different agencies that worked out very said Schlichting Well do more of these Incoming county GOP chairman sees interest high party strong By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer The possibility of Pat Buchanan becoming the OOPs presidential nom inee in November will not hamper the partys efforts in local or state races incoming Comal County Republican Chairman Donald Hensz said Henszs comments came after Buchanan a conservative political commentator and columnist won a surprising victory in the New Hamp shire primary on Tuesday over Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole and former Tennessee Gov Lamar Alexander Buchanan garnered 27 percent with Dole a close second at 26 percent Alexander finished third with 23 per cent Hensz sees the close finish in New Hampshire as a sign that the Republi can Party is very strong There is no clear cut message that came from the voters in New Hamp Hensz said It is really early because of all the rhetoric that is com ing out from both the media and the candidates The voters are showing a high interest in this race which signi fies that the party is really Buchanans protectionist stands on trade and his plans to build a wall along the border to stop illegal immigration have had some labeling Buchanan as an Republi cans across the nation have raised con cerns that if Buchanan is the nominee he drive voters away from the Republican ticket thus damaging the GQjPs efforts to retain control of Con gress and hampering Republican can dicjates on the local and state level But Hensz dismissed this notion saying that the presidential candidates and saying anything to get the nomination 1 dont believe there are any extrem ists in the Republican Party as the one in the other Hensz said referring to President Bill Clinton I think the Republican Party is healthy when we have a broad spectrum of candidates to choose Besides Hensz said most of the vot ers in Comal County are paying atten tion to the highly contested local races which will be held during the March 12th primaries Hensz said once the smoke from the primaries is cleared and the Republican nominee is selected the GOP will be ready to take on Clinton and the Democrats in November We will have some mutterings once the nomination process is fin but once the voting begins in November the Republican Party will be united and Hensz said Gloria Suarez Sasser chairwoman of the Comal County Democratic Party said she wants to stay out of whats happening in the other partys prima but she expressed concern over Buchanans victory in New Hamp shire It is Sasser said I am uncomfortable with the remarks he has made recently and in the past I dont like what he Buchanan repre sents such as mean spiritedness dis tortions and blowing things out of pro Sasser said she will stand strongly behind Clinton when election time rolls around in November 1 will do every thing to get Clinton Sasser said 1 think Clinton can get reelect ed against any one of them GOP can Sasser said WORD board sets hearing on creating new position By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer Discussion of the public pro motions director position was the top item for the Comal County Water Oriented Recreation District WORD at its month ly meeting on Wednesday night The board did not take action on the matter but has decided to hold a public forum on the issue in the near future WORD treasurer Bill Mayo said We really need this Mayo said We need someone who goes to universi ties and talks to different sororities and fraternities and encourages them to adopt the river talk to corporations in getting grants for the river and someone whocan give us positive coverage to radio TV and newspapers around the state We need someone who can sell the river for Mayo said the new public relations or promotions director position will allow WORD Manager Jim Inman to concen trate on his duties in taking care of the riv er It will take pressure off Inman to do public relations work and allow him to do his Mayo said It public relations has developed into a monumental thing for Mr Inman to do that Someone else needs to do it full The job position calls for a salary range between In other business the board decided to table action authorizing WORD to fund participation in the River Flood Warning System which would warn tubers and tourists along the Guadalupe River of rising waters during bad weather Inman said the WORD board took the action because it needed more information pertaining to the funding of the system The GuadalupeBlanco River Authority has been trying to get as many entities as it can to contribute to the system Inman said the original costs for the system was set at but a new esti mate puts the cost at DOWNTOWN flrutfasy The sign says it The New Braunfels Emporium and Texas Commerce Bank have each designated free parking spaces for downtown shoppers in the 100 block of South Castell St All 26 spots are within two blocks of most downtown shops Here Rudy Martinez paints lines for new spaces Photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Bob Dole may be spending himself right out of the race See Opinion Page 44   

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