New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Newspaper Archives

- Page 1

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 18

About New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

  • Publication Name: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung
  • Location: New Braunfels, Texas
  • Pages Available: 250,382
  • Years Available: 1952 - 2013
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 14, 1997

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 14, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas FRIDAYRanqerettcs    to blaze playoff trail. See Page 1B SO CENTS New Braunfels Herald I# frag** Hi two andean) B f rainy, March 14, \Wt Saving f/orriflJ County ara) marraaeltng areae # J HOO'/ I 0/ /'//'/ '/ fjh WI lf I Pl I f I MI I UM I '-Mf Mf! '//,// f (MMU) I I HK i |    17011, I/ /WO : ,. < t.y fwh« •* M 111*00 CH artorifir Oemtarift® / / ag Vol 145, fir; Rf Inside KfltQftBl,. 4A Sports mintiiitutm in a nu ut I net;/ IU Com** tifilii ttittiiittt U tit    to MarM Plar.n &/•// >0:0iftfii0f00U4i Hi mi D**r AfrOy Hi/iiUiit "HU 0MHI//< UHM tit TA SI ,i ut ti 11 isi It Birthday wliHsi from 'Hie Mw Hraunfeh Herald /sllunq eatrods birthday wishes lf.lf lylwPW ■ BfWJ»f f flwlwll /w€JW*fl0 (Nntorrfiry ii Jiwtli1 Kl iWmiImt i nmmmmf u wwrry rnlmm trim* wd| |« Monty I nstirtWi Hrrrwrdirto KswHo (72 |Hm (Mi, Mi Johnson, JM Kvmm, Amy Jonas (11 years old), I eerie AmWmMI fWdnfAel I isi (loans (A*turd*y), (KiHlry //Ntbf (IH yews old, natiiniayJ, Juan KaytyH I 111 yaws oM# Hat* unlay l« IMHon Dam (7 yews old), Maut tlrvnsi (i’m (2 yaw wtdlf Jaanra I ywi Mat 114 ymws ■ 1J | i) I WM- . — tJl l- . i ffcj fan if rnwyi? isitViA ivnciww rn, MrflonaM, Tr*vtx lo Kyats (9 years old) Madsn Hum win (liwiat alif Jana INadar* MHIsds Morirlgitr/ 123 yaws oldii Msppy anniversary wisbrs go lf lf ZeKFwPB ^uf a ^tlPf I ▼ ▼ PBBBBfPVPW* Ruth and Main Kharis (44 years I* hi have a birt May or outliver wiry titled here, cadbit VI44 Kaftan Count Meta -IMM Mounts* Cedar Ash - 177 a -d MUhawy *7 yr" M (Has la* par mMrn * IM aWuMmhtfi    j.i. .<    f ^ Kr■ riA    I    —« I am wWwr?aws» ^Nsatrwpmi irr bef “rimw r^wnppp* / #S .    —i    /UASA    in A j.f- S- - -*    -■—— wm nam * wn cesar lest pm sar> Ord, lama aa fDaariay t/|ww7a mw f mmmf \emvfrjn WWW *74 OO taal atsara saa lava) up rj{/ Canyon Dam dsohati WD cts floteiidf I ^iaaa    4 AA I #.4Lm ladmrjfKPnf f.Bhfr    '    ?#dd ? %0w laSa ‘•vc*    - W tin last ■ (Ahcwa oomafvatsjri port) Calyon I, l^RP WrVwJ NBU report* | et surtsoa waler thursday arid 274706 HofiMNiidilfif and Ai^ Baja leAeM lo BPl^a wKI^BBBajy Tho Comal Courtly Youlh Homemaking arui Art I mr will bagio al noon today af tho Comal County I aagrouncJ* Ago cultur® Building Bain r;f jurignd or lino*, axco(it ((rf grand and raaafva GtiafTRAOrt winruff^, will laPa pl#K7i Ifrrrrt 3 lf; 5pm 11 »o grand chamy/tr^i and raaarva Champion afjf.liof* will r^gKi ut f) pm In the food maK Pows lofft to voto fialijrfl#»y marks ti* film,Un Ut fill ti* U S Ce/ngraaairjnnl Die IrirJ anat Willful wa^ Imlrl l/y (ha lata Hup ( rank fajada Krtla will Ira frfran from t a rn I/; / p rn , and ffmr® ara 15 can dkiataa on lf* ballot to I lh® spacial alaclion, praetor;!* H 13 and 'if will vMo a? Lr ma Blar fk.Nxrl ptmmtAn 14 and ?h will Volo at f irM Unit ad Mallifrrltat CNiff^t, prar;lnc1a 16, TU and 30 al I agla* Mal and pfaetrmt* 16 and 17 at I ra /tar Elementary Scltool Ctethkn drfv# shHt#d tor Scturday TI* Disabled American Vat •rana Chapter 163 of Maw Braunfala ta asking lf rf f Jot ta tKmaof ckrtlKratfrtmlptlio DAV thrift *lKr(r in Ban Antonto wl»if,h burned ikrwn iwfr waak* agr; Tit® atiop diMrilruta* ck/tltaa trr homeleM veteran* throng! mot the arna CMI** drrrmlKmn (av be rJffRTped off at ti* harm (3 Manny Camarera at 1fr^4 Amy Cove Saturday arid Sunday from ti a rn to 3 p rn f or more Normatxm, call h'A) ?963Authorities, seniors discuss support alliance By DC NIM DZIUK Blaff Wrtfar fleta* sn effective law anfrtreamam nfflcer means knrnvmK the neerh nf county resjflenls ami preventing posst* hic problems Thai is esacfly what local law enforcatnenl rrfdclals said they bop® lo gam wrtb a new triad Mhertff fktb Hokier saki he was kdrv mg lite pfilk « chiefs from New Unum fels and (tan km Kulge ami represent* lives hisn the senior t iti/ens (erdets in a triad lo discuss forming a Reniors And haw I nforcement Together (HAIT) Council "( The goad is to make sure we all umlefstaml wliat we can do Un each other,** Molder said, An organizational meeting was held Imlay, ami I krider said the fra us was to determine the bask steps fie forming the council. Me said the council could have IO or 40 residents im it, and wfnikl serve as a rrs« siree Un resiflents ami tile law enforcement agencies "We need a Un af involvement is wliat it anoints to/* Ikikler saal "TTtts will not he headed up by the law enforcement It will lie bebled up by die senior citizens We will hi there as a rename ** I Inkier said die fraus of the council wiadd lie Ut nim ale senna citizens on varuais issues affecting them, such as keeping recook avrriding si arris ami “letting them know we're there Un them ** It will also he educational for dr law enforcement departments, he said M They have sonr special rnmls (hat I neerl to he aware of,” Molder said “We have a large senna ti animality in the dainty ami we want to serve their neerls “ On with the show ttmmtrt /Hima (it*Ho l/y MsCimI ItmynttI I racy uwmnvy omsvt down n#r ptg owing owl nu oompwnion m on uaiw wrumy zuni'a uvtvrocn snow iwasoay svsnirig, nunnrsat or BaoomoNHk opokarowoiaop Mklho* OtowoooMBoo bwoimoow oiyN^*o*gl **^^2a m».tm,Im la«    c r■ mm*I*I#>r» aaoBaAosBm a■ ma    ai«a iao*« flialoarlau yllUn|pPNrfB ffOffl MfCfM fnK ufJUmy rMBfw BnHPffKI inBlf BfirfMwte if* trKI CkfffipPeflifTin wiiicn fMnK    BBVifflWyi Historic home owners could see tax relief By AM LB VY Biod Write* After tabling die nr ast ae last rmaifh, tho city's Historic I amlmark ( fan mission approved a dra6 radmam f Thursday dial wraikl provMla tax relief to property owners whit make improvements i ai buildings with hist*amal de* ignatnais The plan would allow owners to subtract die value of the improvements from nest year's afrpraiserl value as baig as die result is rn* below the cur rent value Hie discomfit would he offered fra five years ami renewable Un a rnasi mum of IO years, and tin improve merits wimld have to im al leas! IO percent of the current property value lf approver!, the proposal will he sent to the Planning ami Zoning ( urn rrussuui ami Own tile I My I aum ll Un craisideratMai Mislorn I amlmark ( orumission member l uke Hper krnan shmI tile pro posal was in tile works Un the past year ami wiaild intfnttve the wtlheiu s in die community “Th# whole piaposc at lie- dune is lo UH fwopie to he willing to renovate their," Speckman sairl I ity Planning Direr Ira Marry lien mil said Ila re were a number of hon* es un ( oil, Mill ami /ink sorels that were in need of repair ami could qual tty under lins |aofa*sal lur las relief lust driving an nim I town, you **-• is amal theft have been late h sever," lr said We waul la maintain Ow quality of life in New Braunfels Ifs a neat pla< e lo visit " Ile shmI Ila- city wrailrl rn* he losing any revenue fry oflering die |aofaised disco lint because property owners By DIMM DZIUK Biriff Writ or III/NII P A tavern in Hunter that raised concur na aimaig neighhras last Hefitemlier will reopen limier new management, a new name ami a new concept Drat Amlersrst aald he waa in nego^ Ital tons with Mick Wiliest to lease the tavern ami reopen it as a cafe cran plete with hamburger*, b»d>e< ne ami a biergarten “It'll he called Hunter ( aft, hut everybody knows it as Miley'* so I'm not sure about taking dial mum aw ay Anderson said Amlerson af Rilled Un a lafiaa Im ens** fttm the Texas Alcoholic Beverage ( irtnuussMSier, ami a public hearing was held about a rmarth and a half ago, Saul ( minty Judge ( arter ( anteal ( a* tee! said she itemed the license baned lei previous problems with the tavern Hlie said a district judge ordered la r lo sign tile license Wednesday I Im dis UM I judge said < astel I tould rn ti refus* a license hasml on what might hap f»en "Tis me, it was easy," I asteel said “I had seen wliat hail Iwjijm m d But I have now signed it as radered ' Anderson said he understood the resutents' hkk erns ahiail noise, fiark trig and luifaoper Mia vu* Me said lie mlernted to target a different market that wiadd produce a sternly stream of disk arter* all week Me said his Imsi ness wi still he operated differently Bomi tile tavern, ami it wiadd have a slower faut “My intention is not to go in time ami disrupt tile neighborhood," Amlet siai saki “I understand their profile rn, aru! I'd rather work with diem than wi ak against them I think diey ’ll lie pleased with It," Turn to T®v#rn Mag* '/A Mil I Y 5 I AVP MN r IMI I IN! Bl*aqrtornlair 11*33 JC Milo/ oj a a tor I MHoy A In/urn in Hi rotor ■ BZH Milo/n r,lraiorj During tin Mf yow* of Irukinonk, tho tov urn wolnornoM m*ny *p«Clal gaadn ira .Ii a lag karr air Mrrmakait I /rahat M    natl (/Minify na a lor (aaago Mniil 0 Oolobwr, 19filf> Milo/ n ok/j aa aal utalor tho owf airship of Mir> and I kaain Wihvai ■ f iO(r» IU, Hi'Mr Mo na I* fit R ifHmvUnl ii r/a atty rn a reruns anas rmaiting z/hnro ti ary /na aal onfi C®rn* idamt jaaking rariho laid rfia.iaa.y janhlrann flier Marana; UK a aa* r.nnuakaral frat king nor tain worm in Humor no pwktng /orton, but tnblorl tho i**un thf on® rtaao z/ook fit nratualorntaai ■ liopt 2ft. 19B6 (ho On/ laifiao Hatf/zat wa* IO Uiko rn taal rrn jmrkmg i.ura.nrra-, r.nunty iialgo f/Wtw D/adnol na,oi/ob n Inttnr Irian un ntturrin/ rojaia.nnt mg lim Wlk/ai* fhri |®tfor atokal Ila? //(Imam mtonlaaa, Ur Mn aa ai fir n j«y nj aa rd a* is ;»r u J /ulunball/ nurnaalnr Ihrnr lajuf* liramno B'atj/f VI ItZth lim A/ilmai* loot fin/ a1 Inromoon ■ Moicti, IVD/ A fliotrifj judg® re/orrulno im onrlua fl*a,mifin by tlai f aaa it/ jiakgo waDgrkan Da to sign « liquor la,orion for Don Ant tony ai, //tar frluno Ur Ineai tim to rom find roof am it no n HunUtr Cola (tm liooram r<ajiamt //no int -tinily Infmaa I by tim (/mnly |urfg® bn ora I r*i (moi r,onr,orno nlarut frnrkmg, raaoo ural rtononoy ■ Murr.h 12, Bkt/ Mmrarunty jurjgo oigrm tim liqura Ik,or ionLivestock show offers positive outlet for youngsters. Page 4A ( innal ( minty Henir* ( tti/ens Cen ter, said flee* program was needed, ami wraild he a great asset to the senif* c itizens in the vaunty "Snrne counties are already dotrig this, ara! ( tntmI ( aunty need* to net organized/* Barding saki “Sharing mframattrai can prevent bitore events i* victims, and that's what the goal Oladys Barding, titre! tor of the is wraild at ti** very least br flaying las es mu last year's ajqwaisal f balloen Hunt owns a building rat ♦Im- MKI film k al Wes! Mill Street thai f tty ( aum ll is in tin- jam * ss of gr-ini mg a historical designation f Im* jifMjKisrd ordinal* e wrailrl rn* lie (tit(tm live, lait Muni saki die mea sure slmuld create an uhenttve “I dunk it ll ir great/* site saki “I've seen it work in rafter towns her atise it rreates tourism An awhtl lot of Uainsm is not just swimming fail jam pie driving uji ami down tire* streets, looking al all die Daises " Controversial Hunter tavern slated for reopening Market dip not cause for alarm Brokets say don’t panic about 160 point drop in Dow By DB NMB DZIUK htutf Won* Ilk' stock market dipped Thursday in what legal sir*k brokers are calling a rem turn to die graal year it s been expeller* mg “The market has reached such incredible highs the Inst month that evaryingly was ssying U's going to have lo turn around arni go ckiwn' ami da’y gin nervous," saki loc *1 broker Bill Mayo Mayo said the labor figures and die gross domestic prochkTs figures brab Cana* bac k higher than expected. it balked like inflation wax around tile bend, Me said ja*<iple started selling stick ami die Ikiw h*M*s Industrial Average dropped IM) 4K jaunts "It looked like interest rates were going lo skyrnc ket so all at A sudden every Daly started selling," Mayo said “In the next few dayx you'll jaobably hear Alan < ifeenspsn say it's rn* dint aud it will turn arcanal " Broker lames flunks said tile dip "means virtually nothing " Me said the market still c:loser! al UH IU, which means ii lost ) ja*rc en! Me said even ii die market dropped another Mkt ca MHI point* it would still be ataive what it was iii January, “I think wha! we're seeing is a bt Ile hit cd a correction ba Ila* highs/’ Dunks said “‘Die market has berri high Im so long ll just seems like a big drop," flunks said die dip would mean nothing Un iDisr jie<iplr not invi stmg in the sloe k market, hut achier! that it will c reate mea* buying opportunities Mayo said the low juice cd stocks would create ojijMUlunifies ba uwli victuals already investing ami might even entice more jieojde to invent l<a example, I*' said, bu of atmn* shares were selling al \*> 12, whir Ii meant c uslomers < un tiny a meal ca inly the t omjiany "I very lune dim dung hajijiens ii i rentes new buying opf Mali kilt ie* ami every time Ibis (lung jM-abs uji. it ere ates IM W selling cijquatnnities," Mayo said “lf* going to ta- volatile jaoha lily duough die I billon artministratirai bef nu se it! uncertainty and mstabili ty ** Mayo added dial those individuals nal investing in the sloe k market might still feel the rifer Is Me said money rn eitlier jiassDaik savings accounts or certificates cd deposit would see more interest Mayo also said individuals jane basing a new home would juohahly have to jiay a higher interest rate ;