New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 13, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas
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Emotions hive nut high in Buhreida linoe acewin announced mi inmnnoni to open tne dub, supporedly the fl« bf iii Mad in Comal
Stewart and oounty officials have differed die
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pat iveciVi in their Ineerorewtons of the coomy ortar wMijjij SOP*, Stewart nm heifftvei ha would prevail in court but said ha decided to and tteeflta despite inverting time and money boo the bar. Them had alto been a reported buyout lad week that Stewed said lbil through.
"That’ijuit money," Mid Stewart. "TMI tm nothing to do with winning or toeing"SU**_Accident prompted decision, owner says
Bl Stewart, amide* afd* oonaition that et another Oma comb* from our ber.* he Mid. dosed." owne the Beaver Dam in Bulverde, aaid they are "Wejuat decided beoauM of that, It might not be Women reportedly danced inaide in bikini*,
calMng Mufti. agoodktaatopusaueit(theber)." Mid County Attorney Nathan Rheinlander.
Tl» dub, proposed re a gentlemen’* club fee- ibere had ptevioualy been reported vandal- "We had been allured by the owner that wm ail twit* dancing girl! in paetoe and O-strings, ism at the bar and Sheriff Jack Bremer voiced he wm going to do,” he Mid. opened briefly Saturday, bid foederth of a young concerns ofa conflict asdtiaene gathered outside But Rheinlander claimed witneeaea Mid a
boy to rn ureeirtcdtrafte accident nearby reused the bar Saturday. dancer took more off than the county allows
Stewart to dom the doore flu good. "I wm concerned emotion! were ruining high under ha eexually oriented buaineM (SOB) order,
"Bven though k didn’t have anything to do with the locale," he Mid. "...Everyone lift to go to an actual intent to violate which could lead to a with ua, wa realised it could have baan someone the wrack. When we got back, die glace wm reattaining order.
Fir* destroys local business
Jack1! Liquor Store, located at FM 306 & FM 2673 in Settler, burned to the ground lait night at approximately 10 p m. Firefighter* from Canyon Lake, Bulverde and New Braunfels EMS battled the blaze tor several hours. The lire was still burning this morning aa firefighters ware called to the scene again to extinguish a rekindle. The fire was under control at one point before firefighters ran out of water. No one was in the building when the fire began, however several firefighters had to be treated tor smoke inhalation and heat eahaue-tion at the scene. One firefighter wee taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital.
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ft Pioftadooal Women will meet toby at the Holiday Inn at 6:45 PM. Dinner wfll be eaved at 7 ml, followed by a program and 'borine* meeting.
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Blaine Welle at 62S-2S47 or Rifty lading re 625-7511.
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The $10 tickets are available at
Chine-n-Things in Lusts Flea and Arts Center Gallery, 646 Waked Square.
Reservations also can be made ;by calling 609-3092 between noon and 6 pjn. Mondays through Saturday*.
The Comal County Senior Citizens Center will have a dance on Sunday July 17 from 3 to 6 pan. th# hftyf Mixed Corny
Lias dana mute will be included in a variety of selections.
Everyone is welcome. Chugs is $3 par perm. Snack Bv will be open—B YOB.
The O. J. Simpson care has not only captured the coun-try’s attention, it has caused the wheels of free enterprise to spin in various ways.
The publicity around the case has created a demand for a I
number of items not often seen in such great demand. J
One of those items is the knife Simpson allegedly used to % f
kill his wife and a friend. The 15-inch knife marked Stilet- VV-
to, Germany is made in Germany by Kissing-Crane said ..
local buaineasman Mike “Doc” Cantu-WithofTof Doc’s
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Canto-Withoff ordered a box of the knives and said a rep-plier Mid this particular knife was selling fast. '
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but a lock blade, he said.
“k is a stainleaa-ateel blade. It will get razor sharp, it’s unbelievable," he said. mm.
Cantu-Withoff said the knife is mainly a novelty or col- HI
lector1! item, not the normal hunting knife he usually sells.
“ft is certainly big enough for hunting, but we’ve never
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The knives go far $79.50, $59.99 for thorn with wooden Doc Cant-WKhort, owner of Doe's (kirre to New Braunfels, bu ordered a box of
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Two mas Mid tiny add one of time Stiletto knives to CU, Oknpoon shortly betorn tire murders of Nicole glmpeort retd Wakarti
Simpson. Th» hove told police but have no record of fee Ooldmon. Tho mortml for ouch knhreo boo skyrocketed ekreo tho leretmony of o
tnureection. They $lao told their story to a tabloid newqre- pawmohopjlewitreti odd ho aoli oitlstM lo gkwpaon. Tho knlsoo aal! tarot
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Value of O J. Simpson card
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