New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 13, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 13, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas DALLAS 752 410 MQ53 TEXAS AMERICAN MICROFILM ATT PETE SINCLAIR BOX 45436 TX 75245 Sports Cougarettes whomp Rio Grande City See Page 9A Comal up 18 Canyon up 199 t Canyon same Watch Edwards Aquifer down Canyon Lake level down Local Parks department hosts tree contest See Page 8A women host kaffae page IB New Braunfels Wednesday November Mew Texas 25 Cents 30 Pages Sections Former manager to run Faust Hotel ByDANA OVERSTREET Staff writer Citing a need for responsible management at the Faust an attorney for its former owner said the hotels former manager will run the business until On that a court will decide whether a temporary injunction will be issued against the new owner of the hotel until a lawsuit can be heard in district The restraining issued was verbally extended through Roberts lawyer Mitchell said Tuesday The in junction hearing was originally set for Tuesday The par ties reached an agreement at 8 She Giannini will not be manag ing the Rosenheim We are very happy to be able to convince the other side to agree to receivership and to give up the effort to control the he We reached an agreement that Gary who had been manager of the Faust for about twoandahalf years under Roberts would be appointed receiver and he will operate subject to court supervi The suit was filed 6 by former Faust hotel owner John Roberts against Gloria who bought the business in A temporary restraining order was filed against Giannini 6 after she was charged with felony theft over after allegedly depositing a bad check into the business account and later withdraw ing a substantial amount of Giannini was released from Comal County Jail after posting but was soon rearrested on a warrant from Weslaco for theft by She was released from jail after posting bond set by a Weslaco In his Roberts asked for the in junction against Giannini and asked the court to set aside the sale of his restore him to ownership and award him The 10 hearing will also decide whether CatteM will continue as manager until the lawsuit is City sells revenue bonds By DEBBIE DaLOACH Staff writer More than million in Utility System Revenue Bonds were sold to the low Rauscher Pierce Refsnes at Tuesday nights City Council Five bids for in Utility System Revenue Bonds were opened 5 tabulated by New Braunfels Utilities stafFandfihariclal advisor Floyd then presented for council approval short ly after 7 30 The low bidder named a combina tion of coupon rates which resulted in an effective interest rate of The second lowest Upham gave an interest rate of Westerman said he was tickled pink over Tuesday nights suc cessful managed by Rauscher Pierce Refsnes Other members of the account were listed as Merrill Lynch Capital Paine Web ber Cowen and Ep We may have hit the best day of the year for this bid Westerman said after all five bids had been New Braunfels Utilities Manager Bob Sohn Like the beer commercial it dont get much better than Westerman told city council The market has improv ed over the last three to four A week we were estimating somewhere around 9 but to day was as good a market as there has been all The in Utility System Revenue Bonds were to go on sale to The bonds are scheduled to be repaid from 1986 to and were rated at Al by Moodys Investors Service of New York last The last city bond sale was on when in Utility See Page 14A LESLIE HERALD ZEITUNG On the field LESLIE Coach Chas Schaner gives New Braunfels High School youths tips on soccer and practice kicking off of the Tuesday was the first day of practice for the New Braunfels High School Unicorn soccer which begins its season Team tryouts are this week and next week at Seele Elementary School Men indicted in murder Two men were indicted Tuesday by a Bexar County grand jury in connec tion with the 28 murder of Schertz James Robert and David Paul remain in Bexar County Jail after being ar rested by Guadalupe County sheriffs deputies in Michael David of was Shot at a close in vestigators His body was found 31 in a field near Cibolo Creek in northeast Bexar Law enforcement officers said the two men allegedly shot Thornbrough and took about from Thorn broughs motorcycle was found 1 on a farm in southern Guadalupe Guadalupe County deputies ar rested the men after bloody clothing was found in one of the suspects They were taken first to the Guadalupe County Sheriffs office where one of the suspects reportedly confessed to the murder Guadalupe County Sheriff Melvin Harborth said the murder was drug Council approves Sesquicentennial plans By DANA OVEMSTHEET Staff writar The end of 1984 is still more than a month but many local residents already are planning the activities to celebrate the states Ses quicentennial next Many of those activities will be held in the citys including an aqua show and water and members of the planning committee asked New Braunfels City Council Tuesday for permission to use Landa Park and Main Plaza for some of the The city also agreed to waive park fees for the One of the first Sesquicentennial projects will be a New Years Eve celebration on the complete with musket shots to count down to midnight and music by the Com munity Band and the Heritage Another of the committees pro jects is the protection of the 284year old live oak tree on Paddleboat Lane in Landa If we protect it correctly and do a good it could possibly live to be a thousand years of said Carroll a member of the Ses quicentennial Donations will be collected to pay for several projects planned for the including a fence and walkway around the Hoffmann said the project will cost about We are going to make this tree a living Hoffmann Its going to live and tell its story of what its seen in 284 Hoffmann said there will be pla ques on the wall explaining impor tant dates in Elliott Knox said the Sesquicenten nial committee will solicit money from civic organizations and businesses and from Also council appointed two more members to the citys drainage board of ad justments and appeals contractor John Doster and architect Gene Bobbie Hasert and Louis originally named to the could not approved the second reading of the ordinance instituting a charge of per load of 50 tires for city crews to collect discarded tires from ser vice stations and tire signed resolution inviting citizens to lijht porchlights or candles from dusk to dawn on 19 and in support of the presidents efforts at the Geneva signed a resolution casting votes for George Krben as a member of the Comal County Central Ap praisal District Board of agreed to allow the Greater New Braunels Arts Council to hold the fourth annual Holiday Community Sing on 15 heard from the city manager of See Page 14A LEBANON Beirut Envoy to negotiate for hostages Inside LONDON AP An experienced negotiator sent jointly by the Ar chbishop of Canterbury and Pope John Paul II left for Beirut today on what he said is his most dangerous an effort to persuade Moslem extremists to release kid napped Terry a special adviser to Archbishop of Canterbury Robert the head of the Church of is making the trip after receiving what the church said was an encouraging message from the Americans Contents of the message were not made Waite told reporters at Londons Heathrow Airport Ive got a chance because Ive got a The contact had intensified in the last few he who has negotiated the release of Britons from Iran and on previous occasions there has been an identifiable person or group or government to deal This time it is much more diffuse and therefore this time it is much more difficult and much more I am going he J have to put my trust in those who I anXgoing to but the same is true They have to trust It requires a bit of trust both Six Americans are missing in but only four signed letters of appeal sent last week to Runcie and President Islamic a fundamentalist Moslem group that has claimed responsibility for abducting the said 4 it killed one of the diplomat William in retaliation for Israels air strike on Palestine Liberation Organization headquarters in It released blurred photographs of a body said to be but officials say there is no definitive proof Buckley is There has been no recent mention of another American University librarian Peter The delivered Friday to The Associated Press bureau in were signed by the Rev Lawrence a Roman Catholic priest Terry chief Middle East correspondent for the AP and two officials of Beiruts American hospital director David Jacobsen and agriculture dean Thomas Runcie appealed to the captors Saturday to meet and Waite then received several telephone calls See Page UA Todays weather Comal County forecast calls for partly breezy and warm weather turning mostly cloudy tonight and A 30 percent chance of thundershowers is also in the forecast for Thursday DEAR ;