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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas                                t J WEDNESDAY New Braunfels sends Coyotes Page fO 511 COUNTDOWN 437 DAYS New Braunteli Sesqufcentennlt March March New Braunfels M 016 HJCROPUBLISHING HeraldZeitunc 14 Pages in one section Wednesday Jan irving Comal County for more than 142 years Home of GAIL I Vol 142 NO 44 INSIDE Police Archives Sports Slnmmtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeftung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Gail R Seib ert Doris Ikels Sarah Espinoza BenR Gomez Margarita S Atanls Joe Stoeltfe Tracy Gas ton Carol Ann Avery Nancy Call Thomas Call Polly Firtha Betty German Ruth Johnston Class of 1942 to meet Friday The NBHS class of 1942 will hold their monthly supper Friday Jan 14 at Krauses Cafe at For more information call Howard at 6253837 True Women author to sign books Jan 15 The American Cancer Societys 1993 Summer Starlight Gala held last August raised over to benefit cancer patients m Comal County and was an exciting funfilled evening of din ing and dancing Anyone interest ed in helping plan this years gala you force the opportunity to get in on the early stages by attending a meeting to be held on Thursday Jan 13 at 7 at Molly Joes 8 and some of the committees in need of volunteers include PubUdty Fund Raising Silent Auction Decorations and more Any amount of time volun teered a little or a lot is appreci ated ACS members hope to dou ble the amount of money raised last year Anyone unable to attend the Jan 13 meeting but are inter ested in helping please contact Laurie Tieman at 6201379 Great American Antlquefest set Many local antique dealers will be at the Great American Antique fest to be held Saturday Jan 15 from 10 to 6 pan in the New Braunfels Civic Center on Seguin St The show formerly held in May will continue through Sun day Jan 16 from 10 to 5 The admission is good for return visits Music Study Club meets The New Braunfels Music Study Club meets Thursday Jan 13 at the at the home Ann Kleeman 1435 Flaming Oak Members will hold a Founders Day observance Csrsglvsrs Support Group meets A Careglvers1 Support Group will meet Wednesday Jan 12 it 2 it the Comal County Senior Center There Is no oblige if you would like to leave your loved one at the Colonial Minor Nursing Home while you attend the meet ing Call 6298181 for more Infor mation Tht Niw Braunfels Herald Zettung invites iu readers to submit turn to Stammtisch According to the Sophienburg AreUvft members of the German community Stammtlich represents a sitting place for members of fa munity to gather and share the days happenings We invite you to ikon with Should New Braunfels mayor be elected Special committee still gathering information on city council district mayoral elections By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Wr Her Committee are still gathering information to determine if the mayor of New Braunfels should be elected at large and if city council districts need to be changed i The committee met Tuesday night at the New Braunfels Municipal Building We are still collecting data We are stiU decid ing what direction we need to go to make an informed said committee member Brenda Freeman Freeman said committee members have con tacted the city of Lockhart which currently has four city council districts two atlarge positions and a mayor elected at large She said El Campo also has a minority population that is similar to New Braunfels Their mayor is Hispanic and they have two Hispanic council members selected by district Their council seems to be fairly she said The committee has also contacted officials from the city of El Campo El Campo recently tried to change to a 421 council but was turned down by the Justice Department Freeman said committee members are trying to get more information about why the citys plan was reject ed Committee members have determined infor mation can also be gathered fiom state through the Red Apple computer system This system has population and demographic information that can determine the age race number of regis tered voters etc of areas in various cities The committee will continue to gather infor mation during the next few months If the decision is made to elect the mayor at large New Braun fels voters will be required to go to the polls to decide if the city charter should be modified to change the method currently used to elect the mayor The next possible year for a charter elec tion is May 1995 Changes to the charter can only be made every two years New Braunfels idents voted to add some charter amendments in May 1993 Members of the committee include Freeman Aguinaldo Zamora Atanacio Campos Stacy Goodbread Betty Lou Rushing Al Kosko Bill Bentley Cheryl Scott and Estella Rodriguez A STORY OF SUCCESS Local company benefitting from building boom By ROSE MARIE EASH j Staff Writer j The Lower Colorado River Authority and New Braunfels Utilities Efficiency Rebate program has turned into a bonan za for CellUInsul a local insula tion company now owned by Tom and Cathy Talcott of New Braunfels The company will insulate homes qualifying for the program in Comal Hays j Guadalupe Caldwell and Kendall coun ties I Were thrilled that pur little local cbtopahy bija jaWiCathy Talcott president of CellU insul Inc1 We moved here because we were able to purchase this business We were ready to get out of the city Myj whole family lives here in New Braunfels and Toms mother lives in San Antonio My mom saw the little twoline ad iri the HeraldZeitung saying Harvey and Jane Serold and Nelson Nolle were ready to sell their business which theyd had for about 15 j After buying the business and moying to New Braunfels Cathy was hired as the executive director of the Hummel Muse um That opportunity and the fact that Harvey Serold offered to work witivthem resulted in what the Tajcotts term wonderful introduction to the communi Harvey had already built up a lot of respect in the community and with him still involved we were welcomed with open said Cathy We wen really lucky The museum was a really good experience but when we moved here our original intent was that I would eventual ly by involved with our new business The timing was Just right because now that the business has grown Im really The LCRA program IB providing about five homes a week to insulate Tom said business was especially good during December with up to 12 homes to Insu late week LCRA and NBUs efficiency rebate program provides incentives for home owners to replace old heating or cooling systems with new energyeffldent beat pump or air conditioner In addition to i Tom Talcott of CellUlnsul of Now Braunfols has seen business boom sines moving to Nsw Braunfsls HeraldZehung photo by JOHN HUSETH cash rebate homeowners may also qualify for free loose fill attic insulation According to Glenn Leineweber Consumer Programs Coordinator for NBU the local utility and LCRAs incentive is the minimization of demand for electricity when demand is at its highest Minimizing peak demand helps to delay construction of additional costly power plants and efficient air conditioners and heat pumps reduce plant operating and fuel cost LCRA sponsors the program and NBU administers it for our service said Leineweber The ultimate goal is to reduce our electrical consumption in the area at the same time providing a benefit to the homeownen that decide to upgrade their systems to an energy efficient unit by passing the savings on to them in the form of a monetary rebate as well as putting in the insulation Ultimately theyll have a lower energy bill too The insulation plus the efficiency of the newer units result in a lower bill They could see anywhere from a 10 to a 20 percent reduction in their energy bill We can also go in and do an energy audit to identify other problems or opportunities they may doors or windows water heater blankets or more ventila tion in the Other utility companies in the area providing the incentives Include San Marcos Electrical Company Guadalupe Valley Electric Coopera tive Pedernales Electric CoOp and Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative CellUIniul Inc will be working with each of them to provide the Insu lation for homes in those areas too In addition to the LCRA and local utility companies program the Talcotts also credit the local building boom for their success story We just got a call from Canyon said Cathy Theyre just building everywhere Were the only company locally right now so were working with a tot of the local contrac tors Leineweber credits the Talcotts and local air conditioning and heating system companies with promoting the energyeffldenty program The ultimate goal of all these programs is to put off the construction of mother power he said All of usLCRA NBU snd the up paying more every time we have to build another New restaurant opening today Raff Visitors and residents in the area now have a new choice when It comei to dining out in New Bnunfels Cspparellls Italian Restaurant will officially open its doors it 9 today Offlculs from the City of New offic Comal Cou cials and members of the Chamber of Com merce were on hand to celebrate the business ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday The restaurant Is owned by Sherry and Guy CappareUi and Darrell and Cathy Hastings The restaurant is located at 1561 Interstate Highway 35 North According to Sherry CappareUi her Jim CapparelU also owns two Capparellii restaurants in San Antonio and her brotherinlaw owns two restaurants in San Antonio and Seguin The New Braunfels location ii the 1 first and only restaurant owned by Sherry and Guy CappareUi and the Hastings i Everyone in New Bnunfels has I been so uid Sherry They have really helped slot Its been excit ing for The location of the restaurant has been the home to three other restm rants However Sherry laid she believes their restaurant will be suc cessful City advisory boards meeting this week Several advisory boards for the dry of New Braunfels will be meeting this week The New Braunfels Municipal Airport Advisory Board will hold ita monthly meeting it 7 pja tonight it the New Bnunfels Municipal Building Item to be discussed it the meeting include the remits of the workshop meeting that was conducted with the New Bnunfels City Council on Jin 3j airport leases sta tus and advisory bond members subjects New business to be discussed indude hiring i tut tor the airport and the expansion of public awareness concerning the airport Reports will be presented by Chairman Ed and by City Engineer William J Dobrowolski III DobixjwolikiwlBcUscuMtheworkmprogiOMcmRunway Thf Historic Landmark Commission will holdiwreg ular meeting it Jan 13 at the New BntunfeTs Municipal Building Conference RoomC Items to be discussed include in update 09 historic landmark articles press opportunities an update on the mission statement 144 a review of the Historic Landmark Commission ordinanoe The Undi Park Golf Course Advisory Bond will Pro Shop Ijemi to to i discussed under old business Include the addition of red fli Information to Rule 7 of the resolution torulei8jdriuladonsfl3f iger to the letter fund fbf study reimbursement to thecspltil of the funds expended w course revenue and expenditures end current statuso capital improvement funds which wore distributed at the December meeting of the board For news advertising or subscription information call 62S9144   

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