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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels 187 It was about his morn ing when the two rattylooking young men made for iho door of The Kettle Restaurant on Texas 46 at The pair had eaten some worth of watched as the waitress turned to head back to the kitchen and for the door The thieves may not know but a customer followed one of the little miscreants and knows where he Pitty those very good people who staff the 24hour eatery it just seems that being open late offers oo good an opportunity to lake ad vantage of the dark of The liwrrall VisitorsGuide is In serted in todays Some of the material contained in the Walking Tour of New Braunfels inmes from Henry Krausses efforts when he was a reporter for us and research he did after he went on to bigger if not better Henrys uwn Walking Tour of Historic New Hraunfcls is for sale at such fine establishments as The Prince Solms The Faust Hunter Junc tion in the Sophienburg The Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture and Krauses Hooks The HeraldZeHiing 19N7 tiuuh is available frw at Ionvimence stores and store counters throughout New and Coma County If at the Comal County IarmV his you prohiiuls the HiMax hot air balkKi over tne parade routi broker Geneva Pustka tir balloon arxniml as a salute o the Fair aiul will rxlethend at the cor ner of Liberty and San An innio sirtits thi evening at atxjut 0 ji m Ikpending on the the fourstory balloon could stay then1 lor aUnil three hours The Comal Family Shelter thanks Jim and Spike KiiMs of Jim s Video on Trade Vnler Drive fur loaning the Mielter a tapv uf The Burning Bed for Us volunUtT and advocate training program Hastl on a rue story The Hurnmg Hd relates hr a hattereU woman who rtvenge on her m band bv Mtiing hiNd on fire as lie The ioleiue a hcuiM1 that niwus m Iifers shelter fni their Ilie sheller iHills help llMlf lluiugh in the form oi clothes kitchen on priKluct Uirniture and items Training for and ad viKates ends Sept For more in call Ann ILicknc or I Vhlnr Clark at djn iiv W D who io Knou if anvone HMsaw a fantastical huge star in the east aUul in p in Wednesday night Sullivan said when he ami his wife lived in Akron hey walked to the loth fan way ever night and watched the stars but Miice moving to Fden the can t MHthe stars si well Ixcause of all the lights Hut he did see this one and thought it strange because he had seen bright stars In the but not in the east He watched it a while and it never moved If anvone else saw the Mar and perhaps knows whai ii was hed like for you to call him at to let him know See STAMMTISCH Page 1 There will Infair weather tonight iof all the folks who watched the parade and spent the day at the fan grounds knew that and mild temperatures Saturday will be mostly cloudy with a high in the upper 8os and winds from the southeast at 10 15 The forecast for Sunday through Tuesday will be part ly cloudy with chances of The highs will Ixin Ihe midand upperttOs with low in the upper 60s Tlttltenu CUSSIfKD CMSSNMO MAM 12 17 I 9 67 4 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa New Shear ecstasy Texas 78130 USPS 377800 AJ Friday September 25 Cents One 18 Pages Rodeo royalty During Thursday nights performance of the 94th Comal County Fair Canyon High School Junior Jennifer Pfeuffer the daughter of Frank and Shirley was named Rodeo CHS Freshman Stephanie Jonas daughter of Mike was named Duchess and New Braunfels High School Sophomore Jodie daughter of OH lOOrXOUf wwi Canyon High School Ag teacher Mike Reimer visited New Braunfels ISOs Memorial Primary Thursday afternoon to show the second graders a thing or two about sheep and the shear mg Brian Lee tries his hand at shearing a sheep fOT bOQUS while his classmates look The sheep showed its baaaad manners though while Reimer tried to talk to the class about agriculture as it bleated every time he began to Breeding sheep and goats arrive at the fairgrounds today between noon and 7 and judging begins Saturday at 9 The 94th Com al County Fair lasts through Photo by Deryl Garland and Wanda was named Rodeo royalty will reign over the next two 8 performances of the rodeo and other activities throughout the The rodeo includes saddle bronc bareback bronc barrel calf team steer wrestling and bull Photo by Deryl The 94th Annual Comal County Fair Following is a schedule of events lor the remainder of the 9sth annual Comal County Fair that continues tnrougn Sun 1987 Children s Pet Comal County Fair Fairgrounds open 9 30 Parade 10 a Parade 10 to the 10 a Judging of Hay ShoA division Noon halls open to the public Noon 7 Arrival of Swine entries 1 p Music by High School bands in Comal Coun ty Judging of Market Steers followed by Breeding Cattle division in the livestock 8 Rodeo in Fair Rodeo Arena and Dutchman Downs 8 midnight Dance in Comal 10 Exhibit halls 8 Fairgrounds open to 9 Judging of Breeding Sheep and Goat en Followed by Market Lamb Livestock 9 4H and FFA Ranch and Pasture Identification Contest in Comal 10 All Swine entries weigh 10 Exhibit halls open to the 1 3 ana 3 to 6 Country and Western Dance Music in Comal 2 Horse Races at Dutchman Downs 5 Judging of Market Hog Followed by Futurity Pig Show in Livestock 8 Rodeo m Fair Rodeo Arena and Dutchman 9 1 Country and Western dance in Comal Corral 10 Exhibit halls 10 Fairgrounds open to the 10 Exhibit halls open to the 1 to 4 County and Western Comal 2 Horse Races at Dutchman 5 Release of all Livestock 7 Exhibit halls 7 to 11 Country and Western Dance in Comal Cor 8 noon All ex hibitors are to claim their en tries fromthe various depart Note Food Mall and commercial exhibits open each day in accordance with public access to See Hear n There on Page 9 for more details on Comal Cor ral nightly New Braunfels Police are warning merchants to be on the lookout or bogus bills that have surfaced here Police investigators said today that as many as eight of the counterfeit bills were confiscated after they were discovered by several local banks that received the money through deposits from area mer chants Police ask that any store merchant who suspects he has been handed a phony bill call the police depart ment immediately Merchants and clerks accepting cash should closely look at all bills being police in vestigators warn Waiting PUC ruling pending on hydro permit jurisdiction By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer A PUC examiner took 35 minutes earlier this week to get through a pre hearing conference to consider the commissions role in the Canyon Dam hydroelectric The conference was held in Austin in response to a complaint by the Ca nyon Lake Area Citizens Association iCLACA claiming that the GuadalupeBlanco River Authority GBRA has not obtained necessary permits to build the The con ference produced no decision about the New Braunfels Utilities General Manager Bob Sohn said Thursday he does not feel the complaints of Ca nyon Lake residents Lois Duggan and Wallace Greene about a hydroelectric project are PUC spokesman Bill Dunn said the examiner probably will not make a ruling as to the commissions authority until In the the examiner requested information from the river authority and the commissions general regarding whether the commission has The commissions examiner denied a motion by GBRAs at torneys to dismiss the Dunn said the major question in the complaint now before the commis sion seems to be whether PUC has If the examiner deter after receiving filings from all parties and receiving comments on those that the commission has then the actual com plaint will be he Construction on the million Eric a third grader at Carl and his dog Buster were nam ed Best Dressed Pet and Owner Shannon and Hyan Scott ot uaroen Ridge won the award for Best Dress ed Bike and NBU pleased about construction progress New Braunfels Utilities officials said Thursday they are pleased to see progress at the site of the Ca nyon Lake hydroelectric With that in the NBU Board of Trustees set 14 as the date to approve an interest rate on more than million in bonds to fund the NBU General Manager Bob Sohn said he will be going to New York soon with a representative from the GuadalupeBlanco River Authority to arrange the bond The river authority will issue the but NBU will pay for them through payments and the purchase of electricity from the Sohn said the hydro pro ject already has about million under The bond sale will come within about two months of NBUs million bond issue to fund nine projects within the city The bonds issued earlier drew a percent interest Jim finance manager for the river said last week this is not the best time for selling bonds on the He said the interest rate could be as high as 9 GBRA 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 regula tion came into River authority officials appealed to the New Braunfels City Council at that time for permission to sell the Council members wanted to Because of new tax the river authority has lost the ability to accumulate positive ar or interest on in vestments beyond that of loan in Also the NBU board of trustees unanimously approved more than in change orders for construction at the hydro A 30foot extension to the penstock will cost and an additional small holes in the conduit will cost about Sohn said that despite the price the project is saving about by moving the powerhouse I think this is a step in the right said Gene Mor NBU board Sohn said the amount of work being done at the hydro site is in Workmen already have placed pipes over the dam to draw water into the while the con duit under the dam is being lined later this Sttor injures two f airgotrs Raymond of New Brauniels was awaiting surgery at McKenna Memorial Hospital earlier today reportedly for an injured after being struck by a runaway Brahma steer at the Comal County Fairgrounds Thursday Haas and Fredrick were both treated by New Brauniels EMS after the steer broke loose at about One person who was at the fairgrounds during the incident said the steer got loose in the livestock ran out of the bam and was near the fairground entrance on Common Street when it was brought under A spokesman for the fire depart ment said both men were bumped pretty Scholl was treated and released at The witness said the man had bruised A hospital spokesman would say only that Haas surgeryis related to b juries sustained during the   

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