New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 30, 1987, Page 2

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 30, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A Hera\6-Zeitung New Braunfels. Texas CAD Continued from page IA bably a very wise move and I probably would not have said that two years ago. but with the present (CAD) management. I can see some positive things happening.” "It is beneficial to NBISD and is a very cost-effective short-term answer for CAD," said Birdberry "They will have to answer the longterm question the taxing entities need to work together " New Braunfels City Manager Joe Michie also went on record as saying he was pleased with the decision of the appraisal district to office in a central location and to execute a lease with another entity. CAD has sought in the past year to purchase land and construct office space and sought an opinion from the state attorney general’s office. Rhodes decided later to seek additional leased space and negotiated with NBISD following the rejection Dec 15 of bids from Seidel and Nevitt-Mayflower. Thursday, April 30.1987 Local business participates in lamp rebate program Bridge Continued from Page IA Beaty Street resident Al Benson presented council with a petition containing the signatures of JOO persons against the proposed easement sale Reading from the petition. Benson said: "It deprives neighbors and citizens of the ingress and egress of the Guadalupe River It deprives the citizens of a recreational facility not know n to many tourists The petition further stated that those w ho signed felt that the w ishes of the prospective buyers stemmed from greed, though the property has no future developmental value Council authorized an appraisal of the properties on either side of the river The property was divided into five tracts and the third, or middle, tract was the river itself and not appraised Tracts one and two. adjoin ing Sanger Street and which council proposed to sell, were valued at a total of $23,000 for the 0.683 acres. Tracts four and five, located on the Mission Valley Mill side, is a steep embankment and not considered for sale. You take it away, not only from this generation, but future generations as well," said Ann Bartholomew Bartholomew is a member of the Community Council of South Central Texas Another citizen said the proposed easement sale “enraged" her "We sought to solve a problem.” said District 2 council member Loraine Kraft, whose district includes the right of w ay "Bv doing this, other residents felt it would cause many people who use this property to go across private property to have access to the river rather than using city property," she said New Braunfels Utilities and the Lower Colorado River Authority presented the first lamp replacement rebate check to Coiffures de Ville at 365 Landa this week. The lamp replacement rebate program, operated by NBU and LCRA, is a monetary rebate program ($125 per kilowatt saved) which is available to any nonresidential customer of NBU who replaces their standard lighting with more efficient fluorescent lamps. In the case of Coiffures de Ville, six kilowatts of incandescent lighting were replaced with 3.4 kilowatts of energy-efficient fluorescent lighting This change represents a $435 97 annual savings on an electric bill and a rebate check from NBU-LCRA in the amount of $325 “This is a very good program for our customers," said Bob Sohn. NBL general manager. "It allows us to do two very important things First, it allows us to help our customers by deferring the cost of energy-saving lighting. This saves them money on their utilitiy bill each and every month "Secondly, it helps the utilities maintain its present low cost for elec tricity by not having to supply the wasted electricity which would even Ann Patterson left, and Dian Chamberlin of Coiffures De Ville accept the first rebate check from Judy James of LCRA NBU Manager Bob Sohn and LCRA s Don Bowen were on hand for the presentation James ame up with the rebate idea (Photo by Der> Clark tually cause us to charge our customers for the cost of another power plant. ' he said Don Bowen. LCRA 's conservation director, projects the lamp replace merit program should save I.OOO KW during the peak electrical usage period by December 1987 and a pro jected 6 7 megawatts peak reduction by 1991" Further details about this and other NBL rebate programs are available by calling Jim MacDonald NHI s resource services director at 629 8492 Band Continued from Page 1A students have the opportunity to participate and belong to a group. Tucker said, ad ding that students spend mans hours in the band hall socializing as well as practicing Band members also come awa) with other team-oriented characteristics Tucker said. such as “the development of self discipline If they re going to do well in band, they’re going to have to develop self discipline Learning responsibility, learning punctuality are very, very important aspects of the band program " In addition, the spring concert season brings its own rew ards I think J hey have learned ii great deal from the standpoint that it imparts a responsibility of learning their part.” Tucker said "When we break down into three concert bands, it s very improtant that the> learn their part and learn their part correctly "From that standpoint I hope they learn more appreciation of music, developing an ear for music and sight-reading skills ” Parents agree that their children benefit from the band program One parent said being a member of the band has taught her son responsibility. appreciation for all kinds of music and compassion for other students as well as a sense of spirit and belonging "It gives them something to strive for. " one parent said Another parent w ho moved into the district a couple of years ago said the band program had benefitted his daughter "a lot " He credited the program for helping her overcome her shyness and giving her and other band members someplace to go "where they're welcome, where they're conv fortable. where they know people " He added that being in the band allowed his daughter to be "part of a really good team" and encouraged a special contact with the band directors who were receptive to students' ideas. In addition, the daughter was able to have achievements "that she would have missed " and could "compete and do well" against peers at NBHS and other schools Tucker s gratification comes from future as well as current successes Besides the current high school effort Tucker has seen a number of band members graduate and go on to later musical achievement \ number of Unicorn band graduates have become band directors Approximated To others have participated in the band while in college "and the) seem to be doing well as far as what knowledge we were able to give them he said "I’m very, vers proud of the number of kids who continue pl av mg regardless of their academic major in college Tucker said he has seen some band programs result in a desire . former students to st av away from music "When those kids graduate from that high school, the last thine in the world that they want to do i pick up their horns I'm very pleaded with the number of our graduates who want to continue playing and who are good enough ' make university and college bands," he said When band members graduate Tucker wants them to remend*-! some good times I want the k : who graduate to rememf»er the tui hard work and some good musn experience and also enough ut a positive experience that they wa! • to continue playing Weather Water Watch Comal River....................... 380    cfs (same) Canyon Lake inflow..............617    cfs    (down 30) Canyon Lake outflow.............. 600    cfs (down I) Canyon Lake level............... 908.84    (down .04) Edwards Aquifer................ 627.26    (down .03) Extended Forecast Saturday throuqh Monday sui IU lh \ Vs Some late night and early morning cloudiness other wise partly cloudy Warm days and mild at night Scattered showers or thundershowers Sunday and Monday trom the lower Rio Grande \ alley to the Hill i ountry and south central Texas Highs in the 90s and 9Us Lows r f* 'dis Aith ?s immediate t oast and lower \ aliev Obituaries Births Police Report Police responded early Tuesday morning to a report of assault with injury in the 600 block of South Guenther Street -- A person going door to door in the early morning hours Tuesday, asking for a tire tool, was reported in the IOU block of Fast Edgewater A related report of a motor vehicle burglary showed nothing stolen A Canyon High School student reported Monday the theft of two gold rings from her locker in the girl s gymnasium The rings were valued at $919 — A clock radio, two musical jewelry boxes and a radio cassette unit were taken from the bedroom of a house burglarized during the day Monday in the IOO block of South Sycamore Street A 7u-year-old woman received treatment at McKenna Memorial Hospital for injuries she received during a domestic disturbance Mon day evening at her residence in the 8oo block of South Seguin She had been assaulted with a bottle, according to police reports Keith Marcum. 24. of Gatesville was charged with failure to stop and render aid Monday evening after his 1976 Ford Ranchero pickup hit a 1969 International Step Yan driven by Milton C Knibbe. 58, of Spring Branch The accident, which sent Knibbe to McKenna Memorial Hospital for treatment of minor injuries, occurred Monday evening around 7 30 p m in the boo block of South Seguin Street Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services - A pellet gun was used to damage a window at the Comal County ( our thouse annex Monday evening The loss of the window was placed at $3*" Mi UNIS Mr Ion Mr <enna Memorial Hospita I Mrs \clolfc I h uetltfs Hut unit t> ounce girl Apr G 28 Mrs Jeff Menking 629 wv Seguin \pnl2H 7 pound 15 Mrs hee in Zimmerman 4t. S lins April 29 h ti pound ti Mary Marie Reagan Mary Marie Reagan K2 Unmet! of New Braunfels died \pril . at Houston hospital Mrs Reagan was bom Dei it u Yoakum I NAS Ut < ounty she was a memtier of h irst Bapt -Church s,mth Houston and memtier of the National Guard lr die Rebecca Ixxlge Burial Tuesda Aa'' in south Memorial Park Houston survivors alltud* two sons J ( Reagan and Maurice barre Reagan ftolh of New Braunfels daughter Josephine Patruk Houston a sister Minnie Hemp! of Illinois and (ne grandchild!*! and several great gr and* hildren she had t**en a resilient of N* Braunfels for 2.7 years Memorials may t* made lo I- u Baptist Church of south Houston > the \rnerii an Heart Xssoiiat >r U|^A Hill Country nM Hospital Call Us 512 659-9000 Driver Education New Braunfels I.S.D. Driver Education Program Registration Date: May 6 Time: 3:30 to5:00 Place: N B H S. For further information contact your High School YES, KRUEGER CHEVROLET IS A GREAT AMERICAN KEY HUNT DEALER! 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