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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas I jUnicorn band members earn honors at TLC New Urfiunfels Pebf J Miiiy members ot New Braunfels High School band par ticipated In the District XII University Interscholastlc League Solo and Ensemble Contest at Texas Lutheran College In Seguln Thirtyone students received first divislon awards while six first idivision awards wore received by NBHS v Ten second division solo awards were given to Unicorn band mem bers while three NBHS ensembles received second division First division awards Christy Elizabethe Karen Sonya Michelle Slmmonds and Leslie Nelson on flute Beth Dierksen and Kingsley Kahler on oboe Oracle Melissa Pam Alice Kraft and Robert Houde on clarinet and Stephanie Leyh and Yvette Garcia on Jason Lori Audra Robin Ron Robert Brian Borgfeld and Eva Hocker on trumpet Cara Nowotny on French horn Scott Carl Lamsfuss and Brian Vauter on tuba Mike Michle and Rodney Brooks on percussion and Cara Nowotny and Beth Dierksen on Ensembles receiving first division ratings were Debbie Pam Calendar of Events Government New Braunfels Utilities special Senior Citizens Organizations New Braunfels Marsch und Wandergruppe American Legion Post 410 Mothers Club Forke Con servation Mens Garden Club First Federal Savings and Loan meeting SPEBSQUA Barbershoppers getacquainted open 8 Paul Lutheran If you would like to announce your groups activities in the call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is Keep an eye on the news in tho HeraldZeitung HvraldZeltung USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through riday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 1 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and riday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer General Manager Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Robert Johnson Dave Kramer Advertising Manager Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia Yznaga King Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX Lard and Grade Salazar in a clarinet trio Brian Cheri Scott Jason Oeiatweidt and Robin Shropshire in a brass quintet Leigh Melissa Kingsley Mike Orr and Elizabeth Rodriguez in a woodwind quintet Carole Carolyn Stephanie Leyh and Chad Wataon in a saxophone quartet David Alice Kraft and Camarle Skarovsky in a clarinet trio and Todd Paul Rene Gutierrez and Mike Michie in a percussion en Unicorn band members receiving a second division on their solo formances were Debra flute Robert Bourquin and Camarie clarinet Brittney Jennifer Ray and Nancy trumpet Amy French horn Solor tuba Stacy Zipp and Stephanie Ensembles receiving second division ratings were Will Rob Ron Nancy Mike Orr and Mike San chez in a brass quintet Robert Jason Danny Dietert and Evan Hocker in a trumpet quartet and Cara Christy Ldbby Beth Dierksen and Lou Ann Schrlewer in a woodwind Twocents worth Post office customers faced long lines in their search for twocent stamps this Postal rates went up to 22 cents and Monday was a federal As a the post office was full with most customers LhSLIfc KHIhWALD i seeking twocent stamps to go with their nowinadequate 20cent Deaths Anita Hagenlgans Anita died 20 in San Services will be at 10 Saturday at Pennington Funeral Home Chapel in San Burial will be in San Marcos She was born in New Survivors include a Bobby Charles Hagenlgans of Florida a Mary Jo Caudel of California three grandchildren and three She was preceded in death by her Charlie Walter and grand Lillle Albert Serna Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Albert of 1894 He died at Humana Hospital in San Henry Eppinger Services for Henry Eppinger of 669 Zipp Road will be at 10 Friday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Lyndell Kincaid of San Antonio Graveside services will follow at 2 in Cotulla died at at Guadalupe Valley Memorial The son of Gotlieb and Ida Louise nee Dittmar he was born on 1912 in He married Celesta Ann nee Pohl Eppinger on 1935 in He lived in New Braunfels for 20 and was a retired brakeman for MissouriPacific He was also a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Survivors include his Celesta Eppinger of New Braunfels Muriel Phelps of Missouri Roscoe Eppinger and George both of San An tonio Fay Bell of New Braunfels George Eppinger of New Braunfels half Allen of and Fred Eppinger of New Mexico eight and five great PUBLIC NOTICE Communications of the in accordance with the Public Utility Regulatory Act and the rules of the Public Utility Commis sion of Texas hereby gives notice of its intent to im plement a new schedule of rates for its The new rates will be effective February unless otherwise determined by the All customers and classes of customers would be affected by the proposed Communications has filed restructured tariffs designed to more closely recover access and other costs for private Digital OCC WATS and 800 Also proposed is the institution of a charge for directory assistance to begin to recover access costs incurred for such and increases in rates for operator assisted Long Distance Communications is proposing to restructure its Long Distance Service and to reduce its overall revenues from basic long distance approximately While long distance rates in most be certain Long Distance rates are proposed to be increased to more nearly recover the access charges ap proved by the PUC for such The proposed new rates for all services would result in an increase in adjusted test period revenues of or A complete copy of the proposed tariffs are on file with the Texas Public Utility Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the Commission as soon as A request to intervene or participate or for fur ther information should be mailed to the Public Utility Com mission of 7800 Shoal Creek Suite Texas Further information also may be ob tained by calling the Public Utility Commission Consumer Affairs Division at 512 4580223 or 512 4580227 or 512 4580221 teletypewriter for the Communications Classified is sure to measure up 5259144 NBHS Council to host meeting New Braunfels High Schools Student Council will host the 1985 District 18 Student Council Con vention at the Wursthalle The theme of this years con vention is Makin Do With Whatcha We invited all of District 18 approximately 25 schools and we invited Fredericksburg and Student Council member Rhonda Fritsche Our big project is the can drive for the Statue of In the newsletter that Bastrop the districts parliamentarian chapter sent we asked everybody to collect cans for almost a month and bring them to the Were going to have a little she Saturdays program will include two speakers Bob Gaylor and NBHS teacher Judy Seifert as well as an Idea Of the Fritsche We asked each school to bring 50 copies of their best project that theyd done for the year and somebody to explain NBHSs project will be The Breakfast of Champions which was held in the fall prior to the New Braunfels Canyon football Following a fajita lunch and a dance which will feature Mogan David and The Grapes of the second general session will include an New Braunfels High which is the districts second vice has approximately 50 members in its The spon sors are Ruthle Perkins and Benno Keep an ear to the ground on local events in the HeraldZeitunj Highs should be in the 60s and 70s except the middle 80s in the Big Texas forecasts North Texas Rather windy tonight with some drizzle again and scattered thun Lows 52 northwest to 67 Friday scattered to numerous thunderstorms Highs 60 northwest to 74 southeast DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Kim Fifth Carl Schurz Texas most Gulf air streaming northward brought light drizzle today in western parts of North and South Central and more precipitation was expected Low clouds blanketed much of of the state Fog abng the middle and upper Gulf coast lowered visibilities to nearly onequarter mile in the BeaumontPort Arthur Scattered thunderstorms rumbled through the northeastern Panhandle and South Plains while fair skies were common to the west of the Davis Winds were south to southeasterly at 15 to 25 mph and light in the far Gusts up to 30 rnph were clocked over pans af North Low temperatures ranged from the 50s and 60s to the upper 30s in the tar Extremes were 38 degrees at El Paso and 69 degrees at Other readings at 5 a m were 60 degrees at Stephenville and DallasFort Worth Regional Airpoit 64 at Austin and San and 58 at Amarilto had 55 Bownsviik 69 Corpus 67 El Paso San Lubbock 56 Patchy drizzle was expected to grow scattered afternoon showers and tnun South Texas Mostly cloudy and mild with scattered showers through Patches of light drizzle Windy along the coast both Lows from the low 60s north to the upper 60s West Texas Scattered showers and thunderstorms through A few possibly heavy east of the mountains through Cooler most sections by highs today mostly 60s except to mid 80s along the Big Bend of the Rio Lows tonight 40s to mid 50s except 30s Highs Friday 50s to lower 60s except to upper 70s along the Big Bend of the Rio East Texas Warm humid again with drizzle and a chance of thunderstorms Low mid Southeast wind 10 to 15 mph Chance of lain 50 percent warm with thunderstorms High mid Soutneast wind 10 to 15 Cnance of rain 60 Port Arthur to Port OConnor Winds becoming southeast 20 to 25 knots tonight and Fiiday Seas 6 to 8 feet tonight Scattered showers through Friaay Port OConnor to Brownsville1 Southeast wind 20 to 25 knots through Friday Sees 6 to 8 feet tonight Widely scattered showers The Nation A storm packing high winds spread snow over the Rockies today while showers dampened much of the nations midsection and winter temperatures rose a bit Snow and gusty winds prompted travelers advisories today for the Colorado mountains and a stockmens advisory tor me San Luis Valley of South central Colorado As much at 8 inches of snow was expected in the mountains As much as 8 inches of snow was forecast for central Arizonas mountains and up to 4 inches was predicted for southeast Wyoming today Brought To You MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank Box 451 Main New Texas 78130 Member MPACT and
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