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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A New Texas Weather August 1991 Charter Water Comal Edwards Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Watch down 4 down same down 3 down South Texas forecasts TODAYSATURDAY Scat tered afternoon and evening show ers and thunderstorms followed by increasing clouds tonight and Saturday with showers and thun derstorms Partly cloudy with hot days and warm nights south with widely scattered showers or thunderstorms Satur Lows tonight 60s Hill Coun 70s Coastal Plains and near 80 Highs Saturday 80s to low 90s near 90 coast and 90s to near 100 south with 100 to 105 NBU Contlnutd from 1A year lease with on a new phone NBU will pay per month the statcof the art compared with the cost of per month on its current The extra per month will increase produc provide greater make the system more flexible and greatly enhance customer especially because of voice mail and an accounting said Roger NBUs director of technical Stammtisch Continued from Page 1 Oblate Drive at FarmtoMarket Plates for children under 8 i will be S2 adult Pro i ceeds will be used to help buy new Trade show Tickets for the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commer ces Business Trade Show schc duled for 10 and 11 are on sale at the Chamber office or from a member of the Trade Show com This is the third year for the which has been a success from the There are 64 booths with 57 exhibitors and more than 35 different products services Door prizes will be given with a trip for two to New Orleans as the grand The sneak preview on Tues day from 6 is a gala like affair featuring entertainment and The show on Wednesday includes a business apparel fashion show with models from industries and clothing from local retailers beginning at Square dancing Square dance lessons begin at at Bracken United Methodist Call Jim or Bernie Mitchell for two free lessons at MidTexas Symphony The MidTexas Symphony will again this year have its Bows and Strings program for the 199192 school This group partici pates in various community pro jects as well as musical arts educa Fifth graders in Comal Coun ty interested in joining can contact the Education Committee at 6290920 or by 805 North park New Braunfels Catfish fry Hill Country Bible Church at Canyon Lake is sponsoring its annual catfish fry at the church at Farmto Market 306 and Tamarack Shores from All you can eat children under To have an item listed in Stam contact Janine Green or Stephanie Ferguson at Submissions should be of commun ity interest but not commercial in Brands must be reregistered All marks and brands registered in Gomal County prior to must be rercgistcrcd by according to County Clerk Per the state attorney this reregistration process must be repeated at 10year Because 31 falls on a Satur day and Monday is Labor the County Clerks Office will begin accepting new and renewal brands on Brands not re registered by March 2 become void in the owners names and will be open for registration to any The recording fee will be per brand location on the If are registered in more than one county in the owners should contact the office of the county clerk in each of those counties and re Recording fees may vary county to Voting in favor were trustees Robert Orr and Jesse while Mornhinweg and New Braunfels Mayor James Goodbread voted Unanimously approved a low bid from Blume Tree Services for one year of treetrimming services at per hour for one threeperson crew and aerial not to exceed Blume will used on an asneeded basis to supplement NBUs treetrimming Bills affect county records fee structure Several bills passed during the reg ular session of the 72nd Legislature affect the Comal County Clerks particularly Senate Bill which allows the county clerk to set and collect a fee not to exceed 55 for records management and This will change recording fees in all 254 counties in the it will make recording fees inconsistent statewide because larger counties will not need to charge as much as the small coun ties for records management and pre said County Clerk Rosie While attending the 1991 Post Legislative Conference in Austin sev eral weeks Bosenbury and clerks from surrounding counties agreed to set and collect a S2 fee per instrument effective This fee will be in the current S3 for the first page and for each additional page for instruments to be recorded in the official public The fee also will apply to assumed hospital liens as of March marks and For more contact the County Clerks Office at issues still under study ByMARKWARMKEN SUM Writer The New Braunfels Charter Review Committee on Thursday heard a subcommittee report that the MexicanAnrcrican Legal Defense and Education Fund remains firm in its opposition to changes in this citys mayoral election Committee member George Bokor reporting on a telephone conver sation last week with MALDEF attor ney Judith said MALDEF generally would oppose a citywide mayoral The only option MALDEF would consider involving citywide election of the mayor would include electing the other six council members from singlemember Bokorricy In a settlement reached in 1983 after MALDEF sued the city at the request of three local coun cil members are elected by majority vote in four including one predominantly Hispanic and three council members are elected at large by plurality The council then selects one of its members as MALDEF believes that converting one of the three atlarge races into a mayoral election would hurt the chances of the Hispanic voting block electing a candidate atlarge and would reduce the possibility of a His panic Bokorney The committee also heard from several members of the 1966 and 1983 charter The 1966 which drew up the current city charter that has seen mod ifications hi 1974 and expressed opposition to more than token monet ary compensation to council mem saying no one should serve for the The group also said citywide elec tion of the mayor could lead to exces sive mayoral power over the remain der of the council and the city I think we have a sound charter here that doesnt need fixing may be only some said 1966 committee Individual committee members will gather information on council election and compensation systems and other charter issues in cities such as San Corpus Christi and Waco for reports the full committee dur ing the next meeting on Members of the current charter review committee are Chairman George Vice Chairman Ray mond Mendez Secretary George Charlie Chore Reagan and Karen David McKain Pastor 6204353 Christian bellows Hip Meeting temporarily at 566 Hwy 81 West Across from near Krogers A New Church That Love Is Building Everyone Welcome This September 1 Morning Worship Sunday Night Alive New Sermon Series Praise Gathering II ORDINARY A positive service of ministry and EXTRAORDINARY LIVES praise The Call of a Lifetime SPccial Testimony by Deborah Collins You will enjoy the comfortable atmosphere at There is a place for you in the growing nucleus of the DCF In Unity In Liberty In all Love A Ministry of The Wesley an Church ALIGN BRAKES SUSPENSION Well steer you straight 189 IH 35 West 6207227 fire Rotation 1 and Vehicle Condition Analysis CONDITION ANALYSIS Condition Countys check County Judge Carter Casteel presents a check from Comal County to Tom chairman of the fundraising committee for the new Comal County Seniors architect Charlie Cook and project coordinator Bob So about of the goal has been raised toward the senior center on Landa The was approved earlier this year by Commissioners Photo by Mark Warnken 721 Hwy 48 8254802 Blocks Past Kmart 31st 7 PM9 PM Live music by John Black Crow Dinner Special Catfish Shrimp JENNIE SEZ I can only offer this SALE 2 DAYS LABOR DA Y SALE this offer only lasts 2 days Aug 3031 PAYMENTS FINANCE CHARGES BEFORE VI i n v wi wi iu0u j wwi cnsiAsui ll Tf ill w VIWJIIW Iwl hinance Charges which accrue on them until finance charges will continue to accrue at up to the above rate REFRIGERATORS frost 2 shelves Full width 1 frost 2 2 door shelves one holds six 2 frost Adjustable 2 1 frost Adjustable slight 1 frost side by side Adjustable 2 frost side by side with crushed cube ice through 30 Free Standing Electric Ranges Tiltlock surface 30 Free Standing Electric Range Selfcleaning 1 only Dishwasher installed FREE 3 5 Dishwasher installed FREE 4 7 options Potscrubber WASHER Perma Knit Regular 2 only WASHER 2 regular Perma Heavy duty 4 2 onlyAlmond WASHER extra 2 speed mini 3 CYCLES Almond YER heavy duty 3 2 White DRYER heavy 5 4 drying 1 only White MANY INSTORE SPECIALS SALE END 2 PM 6252358 303 San Antonio
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