New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, July 21, 1991 Page 3AVoters look at late sale of alcohol
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$2,500 added to fund
Since Wednesday, $2,500 has been added lo ihc fund drive for the new Seniors' Omer of Comal County, bringing the total to $252,264 Latest donors include:
Indit (dual Capstone Donors: James C and Lyda Lynn Conine Individual Cornerstone Donor: William A. and Gladys S Way, Gus and taura Dugger, Col. Edward F. and Betty L Keams.
Business Foundation Donors: Men's Garden Huh of New Braunfels, Individual Foundation Donors: Mrs. Gertrude D. Fischer. Arnold J and Jean D Eau Ion, John E and Janet E Brand!, Ronald G and Joy Scheel, Mn. Melford A Wohlfahrt, George C. and Helen E Mellor, James G and Dorothy RhonLunier, Sarah Lronda Schmidt, Pascal F Painter Jr. and Margaret E. Painter, Mn. FaJilh Faut her, Miss Linden N Anderson, Mr and Mn Jefe ll Dial Jr.
Material and services: KGNB (Ital Wtdsirn and his staff).
Memorials:: Mrs Rose Schul/ for Harley Schul/. Ellen S. Simmons for Vera Wagenfuehr, l eonard O. and Violet S Voges for Calvin Riedel, and Durum Auto Supply for Kaleen Acker
There are 11 days left in the fund drive Don't miss the open house today Iron noon to 3 p m at the new under construction center.
Donations may he mailed to Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation, PO Bos 3I20K5, New Braunfels, Tesas TM 131 20K5 For more infurma nun.call Tim Morris at 625-52t4t or Lcs Thom at 629-4711.
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By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City Editor
Registered New Braunfels voters will go to the polls Aug. IO to decide whether to extend the on-prcmisc drinking hours to 2 a.m. within the city limits.
And local bar owner Barry Jar-oszcwski, who has been instrumental in getting the issue on the ballot, said he is interested in seeing the referendum pass to increase local Jaroszewski revenue, save lives and create fairness among area bar owners.
“I feel like it will pass. I think that the support is there. There are lots of people that feel very strongly about it,” said Jaroszewski, who owns Barry’s Under Pass Saloon.
Currently in New Braunfels bar owners stop the sale of alcohol at mid
night every day except for I a m. on Sundays Bar owners at Canyon Lake and San Antonio arc allowed to sell until 2 a. rn. each day. In May the New Braunfcl s City Council accepted a petition of 2 97 valid signatures and called for a vo te on the issue.
“I think what’s fair for them ought to be fai r for us,” said Jaroszewski about arca bar owners selling until 2 a.m. ‘‘Now, if statewide it was 12 o’clock ucross the board, across the state, I would be happy with 12 o’clock. I think it ought to be fair for everybod y.
“I’m for it because I want it to be equal,” ss lid Jaroszewski, who said he loses CU? tomcrs every night at 12 o’clock to San Antonio and Canyon Lake bar owners.
“It scar es mc to see them get on the road and drive IO, 15, 20 miles ... I worry abc »ut them getting back safe,” said the New Braunfels native.
In 1984, New Braunfels voters went to the poll s and supported the repeal of
an ordinance that allowed bars and night clubs to purchase special 2 a.m. permits to stay open and sell alcohol.
Jaroszewski said since the ordinance was repealed many bar owners have been forced out of business.
While Jaroszewski said he believes all local bar owners arc behind him, an advertisement appearing in the New Braunfels Herald-Zcitung from its sister paper Canyon Lake Times Guardian shows some people aren’t for the change.
Jaroszewski said the ad makes some erroneous claims.
“When I first read it I didn’t know who it was,” he said. “I was trying to figure out who wrote it and why
because there were a lot of misleading statements in there.”
While the ad was signed: Concerned Citizens for New Braunfels, the ad has been pulled from publication until a signature is added.
One of the claims the advertisement made was that the proposed ordinance was instigated by local bar owners solely for the benefit and profit for these select citizens, which Jaroszewski denies.
“It’s wanted by the citizens and we’ve shown that by the petition which passed and got us an election,” he said.
Absentee voting begins Monday and ends Aug. 6.
Services for Manuela Villanueva were IO a m. Saturday at Palmer Mortuary Chapel in Seguin. A prayer service was held 7:30 p.m. at Palmer Mortuary Chapel. Burial was at San Geronimo Cemetery.
Survivors include adopted father, Mr. and Mrs. Gregorio Hernandez of Seguin; two daughters, Angie Mica and Li/ Saldana both of Seguin; three sons, Paul Edward Robles, Gaylord Robles and Augistin Robles all of Seguin; two step sisters, Blanca Mcn-do/a of .Seguin and Rosa Linda Pena of New Braunfels; five sisters, Celia Tavcra, Grace Mirclcs, Yolanda Pena all of Seguin, Dominga Guerrero of Belton and Mary Hernandez of New
Braunfels a brother, Nick Villanueva Jr. of Seguin.
Rudolfo R. Verdeja
Service » for Rudolfo R. Vcrdcja, 18, of San Antonio will be 10:30 a.m. Monday a t Fort Sam Houston Chapel #1 at For Sam Cemetery. A rosary will be re cited 7:30 p.m. at Morales Funeral Home in New Braunfels.
Mr. Vet deja died July 18, 1991 in Huntsville, Texas.
Survive irs include his mother, Juanita (Castillo) Vcrdcja; a sister. Veranda (Vcdcja of San Antonio; a brother V irgil C. Vcrdcja of San Antonio. I Ic was preceded in death by his father Rudolfo R. Vcrdcja.
Services arc under the direction of Morales Pi moral Home.
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Council meets Monday
The New Braunfels City Council on Monday is scheduled to approve judges and alternate judges for the Aug. IO special election on extending the hours alcoholic beverages can be served.
The council will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the meeting room of the municipal building. 424 Casten Ave.
In other business, council members arc scheduled to consider:
• Consider approving an emergency reading of an ordinance deleting the 20 mph speed limit on Common Sucet inside the city limns.
• Consider approving the first reading of two ordinances authorizing changes in the city's municipal retire
ment systci n.
• Consider a resolution approving a contract fo r Retired Senior Volunteer Program (KSVP) services.
• Present I New Braunfels Night Out proclamati on.
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