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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 1, 2004, New Braunfels, Texas THE SUNDAY HERALD FEBRUARY RLL riJK SOUTHUEST HKROPUBLISHERS 2627 E VAWDEI1 DR EL PASO IX 7990 11 II Not conte after a life ice Moe lh Jo decide iu utsoume ers Page 1C NB council seeks other opinions on civic center By Scott Mahon Staff Writer New Braunfels City Council will meet Monday with yet another consultant to get one more opinion about what to do with the citys civic center But this time City Manager Chuck Pin to said local business owners have been invited to put their two cents in Weve invited people from the chamber of com merce members of AT A GLANCE New Braunfels City Council 6 pm Monday Council cham bers Municipal Building 424 S Castell Related editorial Page 4A the local restaurant and motel associa tion and anybody else who wants to Pinto said This is of interest to everybody and we want anybody who may have questions to be Pinto said Bill Kruger a consultant with Conventions Sports Leisure Interna be present to field ques tionsT The council as we know has been wrestling with the civic center Pin to said So Monday Mr Kruger will meet with the council and give them his opin ion as to what he thinks the needs would be in the event council wanted to do another feasibility study For instance there has been some talk about accom modations for a symphony Mr Kruger would be able to address that issue from a variety of CSL specializes in providing consulting services to sports entertainment and leisure industries and has offices in Min neapolis and Dallas Pinto said if council approves a new study with CSL it would take approxi mately 90 days to complete This time we plan to give the con sultant some parameters to work he said And those parameters will include the fact that CSL will be working specifically for city council in a very pub lic COMING TUESDAY SPORTS SUPER STORY New Braunfels resident Dennis Swilley enjoyed his stint in the NFL but says theres much more to life than football Pago IB Serving New Braunfals and Comal County since 1862 Vol 183 Mo 71 26 pages 4 sections ICK DEAR ABBY COMICS wwv High 64 Details Partly cloudy Low FORUM 37 3B SPORTS TVQRI05 ec 4C m 4A 18 FRONTandCersilrER PRECINCT 1 CANDIDATES Diano Dasher Jack Dawson e a PRECINCT 3 CANDIDATES Ramon Chapa Jr Greg Parker Cristina Zamora c countys big issues i SB By Ron Maloney Staff Writer 7 The way Jack Dawson sees the March 9 primary election that will decide whether he serves a third term as Precinct 1 county commis sioner its about protecting the of lifefor the His opponents Bob VVlckrnan and Diane Dasher see it the same way although they might offer a different focus on the challenges facing the county and propose different solutions In the Precinct 3 race where incumbent Democrat Cristina Zamora faces challenges in her own party by former New Braunfels May orPjOilejn Ramon Chapa and Gregory Parker the big issues facing their which encompasses much of New Braunfels arid its 5 ons are more diverse PRECINCT 1 participated in creating That plan 2004 This is the first in 1 a series atxxrt the county comrrifc sioner candidates and their stances onissu68 Today they address the B Qyer the next Sunday Zeitungwilli three issues and The co for eight straightyear r best in Texas for its proactive approach to planningand growth Dawson said The incumbent would also to see more cooperation bgjjTen city and county throufhjgfferlocal agreements Why dupUcatejr efforts he said to come up with emerr tiedical unincor r Ited Dawson Challenger Diane Dasher said she believes the coipty a posi tive conservative My One of hope goven ment and safety for all our Dasher asher said 5hes running for office because conty residents deserve leadership that refills their values and principles I fight foy the businesses and the The bieeest issues we haw and its HPPH l loy we USWegses ana Hie IBS Dawson said We have longrange plans to help manage these priorities that I encourage local contracts to See IMVIS Page 3A Antique dealers offer variety of wares at show GOOD OLD TIME Whit Nsw Braunfels Antique Show Braunfels Civic Center 380 S SeguJnAye WhwvlOam I 4 p m Cert admis sion By Dylan Jim6nw Staff Writer Every good antique deserves a good look Thousands of antique shop pers leaned in close to prints jewelry and quilts judging qual ity and authenticity at Saturdays New Braunfels Antique Show There was already a crowd by the time the show started at 9 and promoter Ernmitt Knuppel espects the more thsn 20 dealers to te busy wixh shop pers until this afternoon This is a great place for an antique Knuppel said My goal is to make this antique show the best in the San Anto He has been promoting the New Braunfels show for 20 years The New Bjaunfeis show only has two local dealers The rest come from all over Texas espe cially East Texas Ben Fulbright of Houston sells a variety of home and industri al American and German clocks from the His oldest piece in the show is an IPO French brass clock that still works Ful bright said do not carry any new clocks or any he said Other dealers also sell silver ware furniture glass linens and household items Pauia and Rene Freeman came down from Boerne to sift through all the goodies They vis it many of the area shows to browse They werent sure what they were looking for Saturday but had lots to look through We know it when we see Rene said I Early tApplic I by i vc i ball Ithn ma Iregis houldi ail ball Tue accep tone addr lailedj i or i lfot CO en ice and must yo Sr lEa Sc Pt ly voting temporary iarden Ridge Municipal Complex 9357 oenthal Road Garden Ridge 10 to 7 Feb 26 ssource and Recreation t Center Lake Action Center 1941 10 7 Tuesday March 2 Bulverde Community Center 1747 Ammann Road Bulverde 10 to 7 Tuesday March 2 Saturday voting at the courthouse 9 am to 3 Saturday Feb 28 New county voter registration cards mailed to homes By Ron Mi Staff The last to the March 9 Pjagpfry election is Fe This Comal CountyMax Sherman Krai I about voter registratiol s which will be important to Braunfels residents because some vot ing precincts were sbjfted Wd others were to dead with the recent congressional Krause said a moment taken to study the voter registration card could save voters possible confusion and incon venience on Election Day First Krause said anyone who didnt get their voter registration card by mall should cajl 6205520 to see if there was some problem that needs to be resolved before the registration dead line passes In the center of the card Krause said Pet that can be compared to the preqjnct list included on Page BA of todays Her aJdZeitung Simply find the number Oil the list and check the address of its polling place Most peoples polling places will not changs in this election although a few will experience changes Krause said DAMP Rene and Paula Freeman of Boeme look over antique glass ware for sale at the Antique Show Saturday at the Brauntels Civic Center
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