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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Playhouse drawing to benefit r i Staff Writer Two days ire left to purchase tickets to win small casas to help a bigger CAS A t The rattle drawing for playhouses to benefit the Court Appointed Special Advocates has been used for years as a fondraiser nationally but this year all were doing is bringing it said Larry Kimkel chairman of the fund raiser The prizes include a traditionallystyled playhouse built by Steve Golden a hunters cabin built by Live Oak Homes and a gazebo by Mission Homes Proceeds of the raffle will benefit the training of court advocates to represent the interests of abused and neglect ed children Cindy Stauffer executive director for CASA of Central Texas said die organization has to spend per year to recruit train and keep one advocate CASA receives money from federal grants the United Way and other sources but in order to meet match require ments we have to raise a In the Central Texas chapter 58 advocates work with more than ties advocates in Ouadalupc County within the rrtrt year Sttuf ferMtrl GASA has experience in requests Stauffer said Ive had requests for advocates six times this she Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce join over the last three months and Cott orginizitibn 6y also we some individirtls working than to earn their Blue before the dri Heitkaitv also vc This made the challenge of reach life membership in the chamber by ing the goal of 100 new members dur selling a total of 30 membership Unfc ing the twoday drive even more diffi also earned Aeir Most of the requests are assigned advocates Stauffer nomoftdiantwo the chamber to a new record said Carter Casteel chair of the Blue Coats cult but it was drive netted 102 in the her of available Advocates who casesatatirne In January 18 advocates completed the training and every last one was assigned to a she said Advocates train for 40 hours Then they talk to all parties involved in the cases and study all documents to represent children most effectively Tickets to help the training and support of advocates are each ot three for and available on the milk aisle at The draWing for the playhouses will be at noon Monday at For more information on becoming an advocate call Deborah Wolford advocate coordinator at 5205536 chambers board Total chamber nftrn in newthtet income accord bershtp is now wjiicH excels ing to Casteel any year in the history I ny FranklinlJ Casteel said We have had a num Sansing and Cora lane Welsch earned ber of business owners and operators membership in the chambers Blue 5onu there are i I era more members within the next week or ten days 4 J c 11 Texas Today Totrorism Bill Also Cracks Down on Undocumented Aliens WASHINGTON rorism legislation awaiting President Clintons signature would make deport ing illegal aliens much easier and potentially affect hundreds of thou sands of foreigner here without autho rization Immigrantsrights and civilrights groups were unaware of the little noticed provisions nestled in an anti terrorism bill that Congress approved this week On Friday they said they denounced the provisions as an unwar ranted attack on individuals due process rights The bill sharply curtails the some times cumbersome immigration hear ings process making it far speedier to deport illegal aliens It also reduces the rights of federal courts to review deportation and exclusion decisions And immigration officials would receive new authority to deny entry to asylumseekers arriving without valid travel documents Immigration offi cers at airports and other ports of entry would decide on the spot bypassing the current asylum hearings process before an immigration judge This has nothing to do with tenor ism Its about accomplishing a pretty ugly immigration agenda by fumed Cecilia Munoz of the National Council of La Raza a leading Hispan ic advocacy group People Gather to Remember Who Died In Waco Disaster WACO Texas Doyle stood on a patch of Texas prairie the sun beating down and the wind whip ping his face and cried Doyle a survivor of the Waco infer no stood amid the ruins with more than 100 other people Friday to remem ber the 81 Branch Davidians who died three years ago inthe fiery end to a 51 day standoff with federal agents We are not here to worship those who died but we do want to remember he said his voice trailing off as he wiped away tears The siege unfolded after agents from the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms tried to arrest cult leader David Koresh on weapons charges It climaxed April when feder al authorities stormed the complex and it erupted in flames Lieutenant Governor Bullocks Role Questioned In Solicitations AUSTIN AP Lobbyists and others who do business with the state and Legislature say they have been solicited to sign up with a telephone company owned in part by Lt Oov Bob Bullock The Dallas Morning News reported Bullock presiding officer of the Texas Senate is one of the most pow erful officials in state government Some of the lobbyists who were solicited said they were given sales pitches during which Bullock was men tioned as an investor in the fledgling firm the newspaper said in a copy right story in Saturdays editions KESLER BOOKKEEPING SERVICES ifiS NewBraunfti Financial Statements Complete Payroll Services End of Reports Computer Consulting ManualtoComputer Conversions Bank Reconciliations Spreadsheets Word Processing Pickup Delivery Over 15 Years Experience WATSON Candidate for City Council District 6 Early voting Courthouse Annex April 15April 30 8 5 Election Day Saturday May 4 1996 First United Methodist Church Wesley Hall Paid Political Ad Bob Watson Treasurer 78 Guada Coma New Braunfels Texas 78130 Now its cooPto be oldfashioned First State Bank came to New Braunfels as a small independent bank with local ownership We promised straightforward oldfashioned it has caught on more than we ever expected Now other banks want to sound just like us But were the 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