New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 24, 1983, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 24, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 24, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 1 New Bf aunf HetaMZetivng February NBHS band members earn first division ratings Fortytwo NeW Braunfels High School band members earned first division ratings recentJy at the Region XII University League Solo and Ensemble Judges awarded firstsdivision to ten ensembles at the competition held in San Antonio at Churchill High Seventeen New Braunfels soloists and four ensembles earned second division ratings at the con Band members receiving first division ratings on a solo included Sarah Elizabeth and Wendy flute Cassie Eriglerth and Kingsiey oboe Jonie Wachwitz and Patty bassoon Fatty Dena Lisa Roseann Melinda Luna and Heidi clarinet and Scott alto James tenor saxophone David baritone saxophone Robert Nolberto Kim Hick Mitchell and Tod trumpet Dennis Cara Nowotony and Mike french horn Andrea Carl Nowotny and Benton trombone Andre Cieslicki and Darryl euphonium Mark San Key Ortiz and Solar tuba Jodee Rene Lisa Sarah Mark Shannon Lorna Mudford and Jimmy percusssion and Kingsley Kahler and Ann Ensembles earning first division ratings were Flute trio Ginger Leigh Ann Truly and Wendy Flute quartet Ginger Una Mary Leigh Ann Tenor saxophone quartet James Bryan Scott Mares and David Clarinet quartet Melissa Debbie Michele Ortega and Grade Trombone trio Andrea Doug McGraw and Lisa Bass sextet Andre Darren John Frank Suhr and Sara Brass sextet Robert Nolberto Dennis Darryl Dean Mitchell and Carl Tuba sextet Carl Dean Rey Mark Solar Smith and Frank Percussion ensemble Bryan Jodee Lisa Shannon Ken Sarah Miller and Jimmy Percussion ensemble Tod Steven Lorna Mudford and Soloists earning a second division rating were Sonia Sandra Mary Tonya Lueders and Michelle flute Trinity Melissa Farias and Debbie clarinet Carol Deltz and John alto saxophone Paul Paula Gansky and Ronnie trumpet Tod Brown and Steven percussion Cindy piano Cris Second division ensembles included Clarinet trio Roseann Melinda Luna and Heidi Clarinet quartet Delores Noram Patty Benevides and Brenda Trumpet trio Kim John Langford and Joel French horn quartet Sabrina Mike Kristine Sengebusch and Sara Betty Reinarz Reinarz addresses convention group Betty of Cornaltex Insurance Agency was among the speakers at the recent In surance Marketing Services IMS convention in New Her presentation was on You Dont Have to be a Giant Agency to be a Giant in Com Kochette and Jack Reinarz also went to New and came back interested in various automated systems now available to insurance Insurance Marketing Services is a national organization of insurance agencies in terested in growth through effective marketing of ft very year IMS designates a Marketeer of the which Comaltex won in Weather Local temperatures High today will be in the low low tonight in the upper and a high Friday near This mornings low was and yesterdays high was Lake level Canyon Lake stood at this the same level as expected scattered showers to return rope to the weather picture Light fog was noted along the coast before Southerly winds pushed predawn temperatures above seasonal Most readings were in the 40s and Texas Mostly fair across Texas skies today were the rule as forecasters The forecast called for increasing cloudiness tonight with a chance of showers through Friday over West Texas and western sections of South Afternoon highs were expected to reach the 60s and Michael Voss left and Paul Dean placed first and at calf scrambles held during the recently completed San Antonio Stock For their they won and Staff photo by Cindy Richardson toward their next FFA They are students at New Braunfels and their FFA sponsors are Ron Wunderlich and Mike UTSA DayMarch 16 Deaths Harry Otto Voges at for He Arrangements are pending Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Harry Otto of 445 Cross died at 10 at Eden Home for the Patricia Pat Jonas Services for Patricia Pat Jonas of 1975 San will be at 10 Friday at Peter and Paul Catholic with the Patrick Flanagan of New Braunfels Entombment will be at Peter and Paul all under the direction of Zoeller Funeral died at at the Four Seasons Nursing Home in San where she had lived for two Born on in San she was the daughter of Emil and Cecile nee Sueltenfuss She was a retired insurance claims supervisor at She was a member of Peter and Paul Catholic and attended Pius Catholic Church in San She was also a member of the Eagles She is survived by two Marjorie and Anita both of New Pallbearers will be Max Ronald Ronnie Gary Richard Lee Clay Collins and Jeff A wake service and rosary will be recited at Thursday at Zoeller Funeral Memorials may be given to the Kidney Disease Clinic in San Milton Soderberg Services for Milton Soderberg of will be at 2 Friday at Immanuel Lutheran Church in with burial in Immanuel Lutheran The Larry Swidzinski will under the direction of Condra Funeral Home in died in a Taylor He is survived by his Selma Soderberg of Taylor his Melvin Soderberg of New Braunfels his Margie Midkiff of El Paso and four grand Students interested in attending the University of Texas at San Antonio can learn all about the school on UTSA March Faculty members and representatives from the Office of Admission and Student Financial Aid and Student Services will be available from in the Room of the Multidisciplinary Stud ies to answer UTSA participants will receive information on admission financial degree student ac tivities and registration Campus tours will also be given throughout the af UTSA Day is a bi annual sponsored by the Office of Ad missions and For more call CARPET CLEANING 6253477 WALNUT its a crme to shoplift Information about your changing telephone senice from Doyle Community Relations Manager Horoscope By STELLA WILDER FEBRUARY 24 Born you possess a keen sense of the Indeed you findit difficult not to look at almost everything life offers as something to be played before an You thrive on and arc certainly not above learning from criticism or even from and there and now and then a You enjoy your work no matter what it You will make an effort to be engaged in work of your choice so long as you are actively engaged to your spiritual you will work You have u sense of mission which will enable you to bring to your work more of yourself than most people You are neither shy nor fearful you walk the smooth or bumpy road to success with a jaunty air born of selfconfidence and born on this Uute are James Fareniino and Abe Winslow To see what is in store for you find your birthday and read the corresponding Iet your birthday star be your daily IMSCKS IDMarch 20 A reunion with an old friend may prove Emotions run high today try to control them in AH IKS March 21April 10 Allow your sense of humor to lead you away from the kind of disap pointment this mornings events TAUKUS April 20May 20 Your popularity wanes but your profits Make good use of unexpected gifts of time GKMINI May 2JJune 20 What you have previously you would do well to pay at tention to Turn over a new CANCKH JuH 21July 22 The rosecolored glasses you accuse another of wearing may actually belong to Assess your own LEO July 22 Moneymatters cause you concern in the morning but some unexpected elation by days Be patient VIRGO 22 Plan for yourself and the activities of others will fall into You cannot run peoples lives for LIBRA 22 Spiritual values keep you from wanting what isnt good for Envy and intolerance are left behind SCORPIO 21 Count your change but not your Wait until all results are in before you act on what your friends SAGITTARIUS 21 Settle your account with a You may have to reveal more of your intentions than youd CAPRICORN 19 Know your own financial status precisely But dont worry about Rest at will AQUARIUS 18 You may feel a strong desire to turn back the clock The remedy for this is to move ahead To all those who took the time and effort to fill out our Load management survey Staff and Employees of New Braunfels Utilities HvraldZeitung Taylor Communications USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Manager Claude Elnora Kraft Manager Robert Johnson Pete Advertising Manager Cheryl Manager Don Manager Carol Foreman Gus Foreman Roland Kraft Shop Foreman Wanda Editor Kari Editor Scott Editor Subscription Rates In Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one In Texas 6 one Out of state 6 one Senior Citizens Discount In Blanco and Kendall Counties 6 one Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX 78130 The deadline to submit a black andwhite photo for engagements is one month before the FCC actions to affect cost of local service Concern is being expressed today in many places that changes taking place in the tele communications industry are going to create a rapid increase in rates for local flatrate thats probably Weve been saying for years that Long Distance revenues were subsidizing local Because others were saying just the the publics confu sion was Now that the Bell System is being broken the handwrit ing is on the Revenues from Long Distance will no longer be available to Southwestern Bell as they have been In the past to help keep local rates Beginning this the com pany lost another important revenue contribution from the FCC is order that a separate sub sidiary American Bell be set up to exclusively market telephone terminal South western Bell may continue to sell the Bell System terminal equip ment it had on hand at the beginning of the When Its the company wont be able to sell Bell Systemmanufactured Services will need to be repriced virtually every ser vice Southwestern Bell offers will be repriced to make each con tribute sufficient revenue to stand on its Local flatrate service probably is the most underpriced service we because of the generally accepted public policy that local rates should be kept as low as possible to encourage the devel opment of universal Virtually everyone who has wanted telephone service in recent years could afford a basic local Public policy has now shifted to with competition expected to provide the impetus to take advantage of the fruits of the ever faster technological Long Distance bargains come in too Long Distance service may be the first to realize the benefits of true competition in the with rates almost sure to go down once subsidies for local service are But Bell Long Distance rates within Texas are already a bar our research indicates most people overesy mate the cost of an instate Do you Test What the rate for the first minute of a Dayrate call dialed direct 1 from a noncoin say from Amarillo to Brownsville 59f Hint Its the same from El Paso to You dont have to turn the page for the Or even turn the page upside Its Just You can talk as long as you like at 42 for each addi tional Thats one of the nice things about Long You can virtually tailormake each You can pick the type and length of call which suits you and your pocketbook if you have something to talk dont hesitate to drop me a Doyle Bebee Southwestern Bell 122W Ireland TX 78155 Southwestern Bell ;