New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 19, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 19, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas NB headed for State tourney on Friday, See Page 8 New Braunfels Vol 13 4 No 225 707 Ldnda St Ne* Braunfels T> *as ?3130 {LISPS 37? -Of -I "2-625-91-Thursday November 19 *98725 CentsOne Section 12 Page: Singers art* invited to participate in Uh* 28th annual \dvevnt \ espers Massed Choir which will present its concert In** »> at 4 p rn at h irst Baptist Church Rehearsals (or the * heir span sored bv New Braunfels Music Mudv Club alii ta* Nov 24 and I Ms I at 7 p rn at Kirst Baptist Church Xpprux mutely 7» to It* singers ail! participate The choir is directed h> Mrs Mel Itta Frueh arni is a* companied by Mr- Jounrw* lem mon N v«*ter registration workshop is planned for Friday from 2 to J p rn rn the first floor of the Court House Annex All aho are interested in t<e mg at»le to register voters during the ele* thins are muted to attend Th*' workshop is sponsored by Sr* Braunfels Reput ii* an ’At men s Club Carn Mauro 1*001 mm ism* mer Cetieral I-and < iffier ail! dis* ta* the Veterans I .and Program H*xis !n*j Assistance Program and Home Improvement Program during the Nun 2-1 meeting of Sea Br aunt* s Hoard of Heattors The meeting ail) t**gin at ll JU a rn at Knights of I ut urn twas Hall un l.anda street Hi Ii els arr t tor memf«er> and non memt<* r - Keren at kins must ta* mark* b> h rida> h> calling *C (ha'4 The I etas Veterans Housing Assist am e has tmeti « .died tit* tjrst xrp« •as ret in Tetas arx! *iw R* allots ses. ret wrajx*r. To find out ahat i going on make resort a ’xxi' for the meeting s*xithwrst letas stair I miff sits atli offer a senuriar tor college • nam tai piani ng Ins » fn*m lo a in to mam rn san Mar* is Hall Kuom Ho I ult kin ail! ta* Ho Thr seminar is designed lo give parents an users ira of thr- vxirirs strategies and e rets of pas mg t**r cuikpgr It tfcwsrs t matter a nether you base tegun to (tt.am tails plan tor lOilege or f*‘I lf *«*u are si mom at slut s os erin* all thr bases then register now h -r more mfortt.atwin < alt 245 spr* tai s* reemngs of thr mosie HUH I.als in are se! for sundas a' ami 7 p rn at A alout * Theater I he performances are sponsored f s Sea Braunfels Vann I.ions Club aith prix tx-dN to timeftt Tem I i' ais ( amp for < rippled »%ildmn Tx nets arr I *> tor adults aith * hlidren un*ler the age of ll* admit tell free I hr movie stars hall Maiden ami la nm Von Ikihlen Thr feature ■ etigth film aas prod!* *sl tis aith fund* received from thr 4/uerhu/i /Valhaute srrirs on PRS ami Houston bused Cinema V entures which 1* headed b> Sea Braunfels native Hoherf Nowotnv >*>n of I,corge Ntmotny ('Titles have called the mos ie one •if Malden s tx*>t ro lr- ami -av ffa movie deserves a gold star lot its strong direction virtuoso per for in arar bs Kart Marten aell conceived characters ami lovely satire ' liefinitels a movie aorth seeing especially becauar if aould tienefit the Texas I.ions Camp for Crippled 1 Tnldren Bart!) clouds ami cool to da> aith a high of atxiut «d ami northeast winds at la mph Tonight atli tx* fair ami cold aith a Ina of T2 amt mirth a nuts at lo mph Friday should tie sunns and mild anti a high hetaeen to ami **8 atul an overnight Ina of 41 or 42 The sun returns (or the aeekeml amt ail! a arm things up to 7b bs Nunda) The Menu Cl ASSN IC D    IO    I? COMICS    6 CROSSWORD    3 DI AR ARRY    b HOROSCOPE    6 KALEIDOSCOPE SCR AP ROOK    4 SPORTS    19 TV LIS TINGS    6 WEATHER    2 Getting the right start Utilities board takes step toapprovebond package isat **i Mane t • <54' By SARAH DUK f Staff Writer Sea Braunfels Utilities has taken one of the final step- toward br mging im alls generated h>omelet** tnt power to New Braunfels residents Those a en* the comments of NBL general manager Bob Sohn folio a mg the approval Aednesdav of a ll I *** rn;.hoi. f**r.d issue \ the NBL board of directors Dean A titer He> rn 1 1s Inc submit ted the lowest bid tor the fiend'- which w .ii fund 'la- • -.nstr i Hon of a six megawatt hvdroelectrn plant at Ca* nson Dam The Guadalupe'Blanco Kiser Authority - board of directors was to consider approval of Hie borid issue this morning I h* tow bid of 8 la percent interest was one of -ax submitted Other tnds ranged front 8 18 fier ent ton Ti percent .merest I've been tm this board for the last two v«*ars I have attended mans meeting- in connection with this Ca ny a. I ake hydro project I st* attend ed meetings in Dallas ami rn Austin and sa? Antonio ami Seguin so I has** received quite ami education said 1 en* Momhinweg president of the SBL tx>ard of trustees vgm aid the projes t will benefit lh#* ratepayer*- ii New Braunfels I see ourselve- at » point toniglit culminating one of the final major steps in the project bt aid adding thai he and John sptsht ti BRA genera; manager have work**d >*> iff t as to lr lr >rr toward that point since I)ecemher I RHI) Ae followed various rules and regulations of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the agencies of the stat! Ae sc had various types of objections and we have persevered Sohn said I look forward from this time to a tienefit for our customers which is the ultimate reason for the project It took a little bit of faith he added It will be a benefit to our customers over a period of time I feel vers pro ud to has e t <eer; a part of it spec Tit -aid tie als* J teen part of the hydroeleetm proje the river author!?v protect the water • iliad alop*- River t the benefit of the basin he said ‘Ce ?• roader prospects responsible ies responsibilities in diluting water supplies and resource development but the verv essence of the charge that we hav«* i> to develop this type of project for the benefit of pe*>pie wb«* live in this area ' It brings us great pleasure to hr mg to fruition the project that we have worked on a mg and verv hard But the project is going to provide vers real tx*nc!iL> in the future M**i bt said Jesse Dome/ NHC trustee made the motKtn to approve the bond issue ITm* motion passed unanimously Mayor Deorge h rt*er. and Al Kosko tioth SBI trustee- were absent from Wednesday’s meeting Along with Dean Witter M E Allison and Company Joint Manager and Finser Inc selling Group made up ihe group submitting the lowest bid The bonds are rated Al by Moody s Investors .Services In addition the river authority insured the issue The insurance resulted in a AAA rating by Moody’s and AAA by standard and Poor- bond rating proud IO have creation of the ■ct The role of is to develop and resources of the asm large!) for residents of the *rt a inly we have a .e with regional and statewide terms of coor a represen tlso serv ed as during the Floyd A est eon an tat iv eof M E Allison < (•BRA s bond counse issue He gave the briard of directors a summary o* the bond markets flue tuations since 'h** hydmeleetn> project tiegan it *4ii The differenct* in the bidding aet weon the ftis' hid and the second b. I amounted to a difference in total in terest to maturity of S12S *•*> I am also pleased to report that you have a verv representative list of names of municipal bond dealers from across the I nited States Alterman said Two week- ago we were thinking of something like H 4 percent interest rate A uh all the crags things that were happening in Hie market there was a scarcity of supplv and a See BONDS Paqt 7 at 4' * < Man treated, released after motorcycle wreck Grant for Wal-Mart center could be delayed by state \ Nt*v* Braunfels rr.ajn trui of hi- motor* y * A< rngfit ran off a mad arni into a htghwav bam* Mi* flax*! V Bi a* k wa-east *in River Road nr ar when hi** mutorrvc ie He was transported Mrnioru; liospi*. Braun T NT w a- kl ab - lr ave r u»*p : th** it Mi k« mg ad *feasru Ctg ice reports itxh oi th*- U"«' box k i **'c w as under tf«* Icotmi tlx *ugit no * ti >en tilts! against nim ated B J Ha «■ f thfiuen lull Ko fi t sarah DUK{ Pi" Ar der a s De s urut .lais s it) I ema I the 11; t»»r th** with the ticw Texas l>eparirnent New Braunfels I tiiities The state >f * ommcrct* agency although still in existence is ■ Ii Norm* of the r nomentum is pro now u part of the new Texas I>epart mn bab!) going t o be lost for menl of Commerce which serves as be distributing the gr ant A hen you get an umbrella agency over the re he new employ ****- thev have to get n.aindei of the TD* A and other small \f familiar with th** | migrant he said slate agen* irs some 250 state it v This won t affect the grant that has employees were -hulfled in the already feet: aw. trded to us bu* it I tx \ reorganisation that took place arf w JI delav our rn*** ting- somewhat earlier this week (Tty officials had to cancel a Ti rien.un said he e*peels to meet meeting earlier this week with representatives fr nm the TTH A arxl See GRANT Paqe2 City to seek summary judgement in lawsuit \* A hue U*p» Hit ions ha vt *>eg Richard and Nan* v Ranij lawsuit against the (Tty <»f Braunfels arni the Hvf .thi . «*;.’U/Jg ifK- ill) will tepoc ie*li> g*> lei ore ttie ctwirl l*e* s redue-tmg a summary jmigement New Biaunfris Chs Council menders began giving formal statements th»- wirk at tile offices* of Marion J Bor* tiers attornrv f*n ttw plaintiffs Cliv officials and newspaper rejuesefitative- ire als* s* htx1uit**i to give dot ms it '***•- * Dr* n.gt IK** 4 din tin* nan and Hot xi * nun alleg. an lr. a sj-xikcsl I of C* rose I ak- ke 'inturn** will ask tile at piaintlffk -ti* • w proof ut ns or dismiss tile city and lh«* individually nanitsl defendants from til*' litigation Dm* Hamptons fil***l suit sop* J against tin cit) past and present cumu li member- three city oltu iab and til* jMwspap**r The suit s»*ek-) hit •» .n -jus ifie***I damages from th*- city a- well as exemplar) damage- and exemplary damages from tile paix-r The p**tii contract bv and si a rub* Michie J A fiat lev % Marcus Tot Hie city minuted it Hampton usii a eat s CO! lorn a I. a ore wen ti s Weil a- lib* Manager Jo rclor Da ark- director newspaper u the I uh cit) WIW I us J t* Chute Dr* er this year tor tact with Richard coot ess tuna i re at *rm*t sulni- Dark (tv * (aims Richard Hampton improperly withheld receipts from admission and *ui«e rentals in v iota!ion of the contra* t Attorneys for txith deteiwlants answered til** original petition last month denying the allegation- and requesting proof of allegati(*ns The city asked that Nancy Hampton be* removed as a plaintiff and tiiat coon cli members Doug Miller and Bill Ar nold also be dismissed The newspaper has teen named as codefendant based on a story published I* cb KS concerning termination oi Uh* contract City ut-finals were quoted within the story aiKi the Hamptons and Borchers were given opportunity to respond Both parties declined comment then and have repeatedly declined to com merit sin* e that time Pinch an inch Cheer Fund dri ve continues '*•' H®1' . *>J l&UHk ~ - The Herald /rnun# along with tfw* National Guard and ('omnium tv Service ( enter have kicked off their aiuiual drive to providt* Christmas dinners for ntnsl) families in th** New Braunfels area This year the annual i hoer Fund tK*gins the drive with a balance of TKA 27 Last year the fund started with a balance of $1,221 2l» and through the generous donations of residents met tile goal to teed Ak' families The goal again in H#K7 is to provide Clin st mas dinners for ROO families in Hie area who might not otherwise tie able to enjoy a boll day feast So that means that more than $4 tx Hi must tx* collected before Dec IH Contributions of lion perishable h**l items also arc tieing accepted at the newspaper office The Herald /.eitung will publish the names of contributors to th* Cheer Fund each day Contributions are lax deductible ai Kl may tx* made at the newspaper office at 707 I anda New Braunfels Texas Till) For more information or to an ango for pickup of donations call Carol Avery at 625 0144 Rebecca Toye of HeartMart of San Antonio shows how body fat is measured She is work mg at the health fair at Academy Street gym today fropm 5 to 7 3 0 p rn which is sponsored by Community Education and HeartMart In terested persons can have tests to check cholesterol resting pulse body composition and risk level for heart disease (Photo by Deryi Clark) ;

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