New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 9, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
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Theee pavers ere nettled In e field of bilithon nett along Loop 337, awaiting a change in atatus. To affect the desired shift, please purchase your pavers) on or before April 30. The Honors List in the Court of Honor at the Main Plaza will be Installed In early summer. Later this year, downtown sidewalks with paver borders will be Installed from the proceeds of this fund-raiser and an approved grant.
The upper concrete brlck-ehape paver indicates where your name will be engraved. The lower paver is an exact example: One name per paver; full proper name only; limit of 2 lines with up to 14 spaces and letters per line. Your name will be centered on the paver. Conforming one-name only pavers will best serve aa a standard of excellence for the Honors List in the Prince Carl of zu-Solms-Braunfels Court of Honor, lf you do not have a coupon, cannot And one downtown or at the city's Municipal Building, please order by mail. Include your address, phone number, and a check in the total amount of $25 per paver and send to: Main Street Paver Program, P.O. Box 311482, New Braunfels, TX 78131-1482.
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Century 21, Action Realty Easter Seal Fund Raiser
Century 21, Action Realty will be sponsoring a special raffle, April 15th, to raise funds to benefit the Easter Seal Foundation. Tickets cost $1 each or 6 for $5. Winners do not have to be present to win... For more information contact:
Becky Stewart Vicki Ellis 210-964-3216
Donations for the raffle are currently being accepted and are greatly appreciated.
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Preserving Our Past, Paving Our Future:
Put your name on a paver and be part of New Braunfels history
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ORDER COUPON for HONORS LIST in THE PRINCE CARL of sU'SOLMS'BRAUNFELS “Court of Honor"
YES! Since lite deadline is April 30, 1993, hurry and put me down for
_paver stones, al $25
each. Limit 2 lines of 14 letters each. One name per paver. Full proper names only. No business names. Please print.
Payment Enclosed. $__
Please do not mail cash.
Make checks payable to MAIN STREET PAVER PROGRAM Mail to: P.O. Box 3114H2
New Braunfels, Tx. 78131-1482 Please print clearly.
City Stale Zip
(Your ccrtilleal*.* will be malled lo this uddiess)
For additional paver stones write clearly on a separate piece of paper or the reverse aide hereof.
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Sale of Citizens Bank clears another hurdle
By ROGER CROTEAU
Interim Managing Editor
The sale of Citizens Bank to a Minnesota company moved one step closer this week when the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis approved the application for the sale.
When completed, the sale will leave New Braunfels with no locally owned banks.
In December, New Braunfels Bancshares, Inc., the one-bank holding company that controls Citizens Bank, signed a letter of intent to be bought by Norwest Corporation of Minneapolis. In February the two companies signed a definitive agreement and submitted the application to the Federal Reserve. The shareholders of Citizens Bank have approved the deal.
“This is just one of many steps involved in acquiring a bank," said Citizens Bank President Bill Cone. “We are so regulated nothing happens very quickly."
The next step, ‘the last big regulatory hurdle," Cone called it, is a review of the sale by the U.S. Department of Justice. The Justice Department reviews bank mergers to ensure they do not violate anti-trust laws.
“That should be pretty perfunctory. We do not expect any
concerns to be raised," Cone said.
Cone said he expects that after the Justice Department gives its OK, the sale will be closed in late May or early June. ‘
Norwest has $59 billion in assets and its stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange. The corporation owns, more than 600 banking centers.
“They have been in Texas a long time, with both mortgage and finance companies. They are relatively new with banking centers, but they have more than 20 in Texas now,” Cone said. “They are working hard to increase their presence in Central Texas. Their state headquarters is in San Antonio.”
Citizens Bank has about $45 million in assets and more than 4,000 accounts.
Cone said he thinks Norwest will serve the community well.
“Norwest views itself as a network of community banks. They work hard to keep the same people on the board of directors and at the banks,” he said. “They work very, very hard to make the change in ownership transparent to the customers. The name will change, and because of their size they will offer a vast array of products for sale."
Scholarship set up in memory of nurses killed in car crash
A Nursing Scholarship Fund has been established in memory of Margarita Espinoza and Grade Villarreal. The fund is being established by the New Braunfels Medical Association, Mission Valley Textiles, Inc., and Eden Home, Inc.
Margarita Espinoza worked as an LVN for Mission Valley Textiles and was a former employee of Eden * Home. Grade Villarreal worked as an LVN for Eden Home for 7 years.
The Medical Association and employers of Margie and Gracie wish to establish this»fund as a trib
ute to the dedicated service these individuals provided to their community.
Their lives mended suddenly on March 30,1995, but it is hoped that this scholarship fund will keep alive the spirit, compassion, integrity, and professionalism displayed by Margie and Gracie throughout their lives and nursing careers.
Any contributions made to the fund on behalf of Margarita Espinoza and Gracie Villarreal can be mailed to Eden Home, Inc., 631 Lakeview Blvd., New Braunfels, TX 78130.
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Erhard Neuse of New Braunfels died Friday, April 7, 1995 at 5:15’ * p.m. at McKenna Memorial Hospital • at the age of 71. t
He was born Jan. 3, 1924 in , Gruene, Texas to Erhart and Rosa v (Kasper) Neuse. He married Irene ; Lindig April 16,1967 in New Braunfels.
‘He was a lifelong resident of Comal > County and was the Comal County Treasurer.
He belonged to Faith United Church of Christ, was past comman-der of the American Legion, a scout > master of the Boy Scouts and a Little . League umpire. He was World War II Marine veteran.
Funeral service will be Monday, April IO at 3:30 p.m. at Zoeller Funeral Home, with Rev. Lee Zillmann and Rev. Elmer Gumper officiating. Bur- I ial will follow at Comal Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Irene Neuse of New Braunfels.
Memorials may be made to Faith United Church of Christ.
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