New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 25, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 25, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels +m\ Vol 134 No 187 Friday September 25. 1987 25 Cents One Section 16 Pages STammitetnShear ecstasy Rodeo royalty It was about 2 to a rn this morning whon the two ratty looking vining men made for the door of The Kettle Restaurant *>n Tex av 4* at IR 35 Itx* pair lia*t eaten some SJO worth of stuff watched av the waitress turned to head back ti* the kitchen and tx.i!*»<i for the door The thieves mas not know it t>ut a customer followed one of the little miscreants and knows where he went PUI} those v*rv good people who staff the 24 hour eatery it just seems that being open late offers 'OO good an apport un it \ to take ad v anlage of the dark of night I "be jive Fall \ tutors Gunk is in sorted in today s Herald Zettung Some of the material contained in •he balking Tour of Now Braunfels * noes from Henry Krausse s efforts when b*- v* .is a reporter for us and research he did after he went on to bigger if not better things Henry s •w n ”W .liking Four of Historic New Braunfels ‘ tv for salt at such fine establishments as I 'a* Univ »- Sol ms Inn The Faust Hotel Hunter June non in (.ruer* the1 s*»phienburg Museum Th* Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture awl Krause s Ho»-*s Fhe Mer.* ic f / et I ut t g I MT I t si f ors <> . <#** i a vail.i to*- fret* at •• .    • «• • I* s    s eft Canyon Hig^ School Ag teacher Mike Renner visited New Braunfe s ISO s Memorial Primary Thursday afternoon to show the se on I gfa >-*s a tr ng O' ’wo about sneep and the shea' ng pf >cess Here Br*an tee tries his hand at shearing a sheep /.h •* r s c assn ates toe* on The sheep showed its baaaa-d manners though while Reinter tried to ta k to the cass about agri u ’ure as it t teated every time he began to talk Bleeding it the fairgrounds today between and 7 p rn in 4 udqmg begms Saturday at 9 a rn The 94th Correl County Fair asts through Sunday (Photo by Defy1 Clark The 94th Annual Comal County Fair 4 aimful ** cif.-4 mtic    it    tim I ra ii ng bn voianti-.-n* md .id . > h jit's ftlds Ncrp? hoi iud I in formation * .di Mu Ha km v «*r I •• i«in*’ (lark .ct »*jii ;*> ii W 1> so ll van w bo tiv«*§ u l.-u-ti Apartments wants to ► *n*w if Wixon** els.- saw a fantastic ally Hag** e .,r rn th. east about to p rn itrdnmtai night Hull IX'an - aid abri; bt* and tov witr lived rn Akron 1 xhs> the** * alk**J to th** loth fair a ax c> «*t \ nigh! and w ate t *-<! tile stars t*ut' via. moving to Fden Vparfm«*nts ti*e\ an t ***** th* stars o Aoli iR‘t ail'-* of ill tti* light* Hut bt lid vs this on* and thought st st I .tug.* because bt had soon bright s ars sn th** north but not in th.* rant Ut* watt bed st a while and it t ever moved lf amora* else saw I bt* ’ar and p»*rt*aps know*- what it a ax bt* d bkt* for urn to call him at < • * 0528 to it*! bin. know Set* St AMM! ISCH Page I Friday, Sept 25 1987 I he re will tx* fair weather tonight of course all tJhe folks who watched the parade nut spent tlu .tax at the fail grounds knew that and mild temperatures Saturday will tie most iv dc *udv aith a higii in tlu* tippet nos and winds from the southeast at U* t i mph flu forts ast for sunday througli I uesday will Im* part ly cloudy with chances of showers I'tie highs skill tx* in the mid and uplift ho* with low iii the upper HOS Hie Menu CL ASSIF It 0    12    17 COMICS    g CROSSWORD    3 OE AK ABBY    9 RELIGIOUS (OCUS    6    7 OPINIONS    4 SP0K1S    l0    12 RN A! HER    2 ’Cam — Fairgrounds G£«n IO ,? ** I ut ne ’ a rr J-.. jgmg of Hav $f^ a division Noon — I »r'*t>d nails open •a I#!a oublic Noon -’pm — Aft»vd O’ Sa -no entf .es ' t 4    M    S • by Mig? School bands rn Comal County I JC p rn - Judging of Market Steers followed by Breeding Cattie division rn the livestock barn 8pm — Rodeo in Fair Rodeo Arena and Dutchman Downs “pm — midnight — Dance m Comal Corral 10 p.rn E *hibit halls close Saturday, Sept. 26. 1987 8 a rn — Fairgrounds open to public 9 am — Judging of Breeding Sheep and Goat en toes Followed by Market Lamb judging Livestock Barn 9 am — 4-H and FFA Ranch and Pasture Identification Contest in Coma* Corral 10 a rn — All Swine entries weigh in 10 a rn. — Exhibit halls open to the public 1 p m -3pm and 3?ofc p rn — Countr i and Western Dante M.,vc m Comal Cot ti 2pm — Horse Races at Dutchman Downs *■ I rn - judging o* Mv«e* Hog division F ot I owed by Futurity Pig Snow judging rn Livestock Barn 8pm — Rodeo in Fair Rodeo Arena and Dutchma ’ Downs 9pm - 4 a rn — Country and Western dance rn Coma1 Corral ’0 pm — Eihipit ha^s ciose - Sunday. Sept. 27, 1987 ’0 a m — Fairgrounds open to the public IO a rn — Exhibit halts open to the public 1 to 4 p rn — County and Western dance Comal Corral, ? p rn — Horse Races at Dutchman Downs 5pm — Release of an Livestock entries 7p rn. — Exhibit halls dose 7 to 11 p rn - Country and Western Dance in Comal Cor rat Monday, Sept. 28- 1987 8 a rn - noon — Ail exhibitors are to claim thee entries fromthe various departments Note Carnival Food Mail and commercial exhibits open each day in accordance with public access to fairgrounds See Hear ’n There on Page 9 for more details on Comal Corral nightly entertainment During Thursday night s performance o* the 94th Comal County Fair Rodeo Canyon High School Junior Jennifer Pfeuffer (center the daughter of Fran- and Shirley Pfeu‘fer was named Rodeo Queen CHS Freshman Stephanie Jonas (left daughter of Mike Jonas was named Duchess and New Braunfe s High Schoo Sophomore Jodte Lloyd daughter of PD on lookout for bogus bills New Braunfels Police art* warning merchants to tie an th** lookout (or bogus tim) toliis that hav.* ce? faced here recently 1*01 ice investigators said today that as many as eight of the counterfeit bills were confiscated after they wore discovered by several local banks that received the money” through deposits from area mer* {hants Police ask that any store merchant who suspects be has been handed a phony HOO bill call the police department immediately Merchant > and clerks accepting cash should closely look at ail $100 bills being passed police investigators warn Waiting PUC ruling pending on hydro permit jurisdiction 8*SARAH DUKE Staff Writer A FLC examiner took 35 minutes earlier this week to get through a pre hearing conference to consider the commission s role in the Tam on Dam hydroelectric plant The conference was held in Austin ui response to a complaint by the Canyon I uke Area Citizens Association Cl.ACA claiming that the Guadalupe Bianco River Authority i» BBA has not obtained necessary permits to build the plant Th** con fefence produced no decision about the complaint New Braunfels Chimes General Manager Bob Sohn said Thursday he does not feel the complaints of ( a* nyon Lake residents l-cns Duggan and Wallace Greene about a hydroelectric project are valid PUC spokesman Bill Dunn said the* examiner probably will not make a ruling as to the commission’s authority until mid November In the meantime, th** examiner requested information from CL.AC.A th* river authority and the commissions general counsel, regarding whether the commission has jurisdiction The commission s examiner denied a motion by GBRA’S at tourneys to dismiss the complaint Dunn said the major question rn the complaint now before the commis sion seems to tie whether PUC has jurisdiction If the examiner deter mines after receiving filings from all parties and receiving comments on those filings that ttw* commission has jurisdiction then the actual com plaint w til Im* considered he said Construction on the SIS million See HYDRO Page 7 Garland and Wanca Lloyd was named Princess. Rodeo royalty will reign over the next *.vo 8 p rn pe'formances of the rodeo and other activities tr roughout the year. The rodeo includes saddle bronc riding barebac*. bronc riding, barrel racing calf roping team roping steer wrestling and bull riding. (Photo by beryl Clarks t ac Knight a third grade* at Cai Schurz and his dog Baste* were named Best Dressed Pe? a d Owner Shannon and Hyan Scott Of warden Ridge won the award for Best Dress- en Boe anc Owners* NBU pleased about construction progress New Braunfels Utilities odic isis said Thur sday they are pleased to see progress at the site of the Ca nyon Lake hydroelectric project With that in mind the SBI Boar 4. .*( Trustees set *k*t 4 a> th** date to approve an interest rate on more than IU million in bonds to fund the project NBl General Manager Bob Sohn said he w til be going to New Iork soon with a representative from the Guadalupe Blan* o River Authority to arrange the bond issue The river authority will issue the bonds bul NBL will pay for them through payments and the purvhase of electricity from the plant sohn said the hydro pro J eel already has about $8 million under contract The bond sale will come within about two months of NBl s $y 4 million bond issue to fund nine projects within the city The bonds issued earlier drew a 7 74 percent interest rate Jim Cooksey finance managei for Ole river authority said last week this is not the best time for selling bonds on the market He said the interest rate could be as high as 9 percent GBK.A directors last week pointed out that the interest rate could have been considerably lower if the bonds had been sold last year before new tax regulation came into effort River authority officials appealed to the New Braunfels Lits Council at that time for permission to >ell the bonds Council members wanted to wait Because o( new tax laws. the river authority has lost the ability to accumulate positive ar borage, or interest on in vestments beyond that of loan in terest Also Thursday the NBU board of trustees unanimously approved more than ll*no rn change orders tor construction at the hydro site A Jo foot extension to the penstock will cost 112 400 and an addition.ti I tutu smai hole* in the conduit w ill cost about $14,400 Sohn said that despite the price changes the project is saving about $30 xxi bv moving the powerhouse site ‘‘I think tins is a step in the right directionsaid Gene Mor nhinweg NBL board president Sohn said the amount of work oetng done at the hydro site is in terest mg Workmen already have placed pipes over the dam to draw w afer into the river while the conduit under the dam is being lined later this year Steer injures two ffairgoers Raymond Haas. 65. of New Braunfels was awaiting surgery at McKenna Memorial Hospital earlier today reportedly for an injured hip. after being struck by a runaway Brahma steer at the Comal County Fairgrounds’Thursday evening Haas and Fredrick Scholl, 22 were both treated by New Braunfels FMS after the steer broke loose at about 8 20 p rn Thursday One person who was at tin* fairgrounds during the incident said the steer got loose in the livestock bam, ran out of the bam and was near the fairground en ti anc** on Common Street when it was brought under control A spokesman for the fire department said both men wert* bumped pretty good ’ Scholl was treated and released at McKenna The witness said the man had bruised ribs A hospital spokesman would say only that Haas surgery is related to in juries sustained during the incident ;

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