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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 5, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas                                50 CENTS COUNTDOWN 168 DAYS New Braunfels Sesquicentennial March New Braunfels Herald 16 pages in two sections Wednesday Oct Serving Coma County for more than 142 years Home of PAULA CABALLERO No 235 Inside Letters to the Sports River conditions Guadalupe cfs Comal cfs cfs cubic feet per second Stammtisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Pete Bo Eoff belated 59 years old on Paula Caballero Hap py Maria Calderon Don na Siebrands Beverly Thrift Sam Wotipka Thomas Barber Shirley Brooks Bob Heard Winifred Hurt Kermit Krause Maria Lennox Lawrence Pilloff Happy Anniversary to John Joan Kuck Rock Bowl to aid disabled children Lets Roll Bowl Any area schoolage children with disabili ties and their parents are invited to attend an exciting evening of bowling and games Oct 7 Meet at the Comal Bowl at bowling begins at 7 Hamburgers and drinks pro vided by The Scooter For information call VicW Fisher at 6294036 Daughters of Republic of Texas to meet TheDaiightersof the of Texas Ferdinand Lindheimer Chapter will meet at the Forke Store in Conservation Plaza 1300 Church Hill Drive Oct 8 at Mr Carl McQueary director of the Republic of Texas Museum Austin will be the guest speaker Auditions for One Hundred Fifty and Auditions for OneHundred Fifty and the Sesqui centennial version of the Arts Councils Dinner With The will be held Monday Oct at the Circle Arts Musicians dancers poets comedians actors and visual artists are encouraged to partici pate Singers should bring sheet music an accompanist will be provided Weather data HeraldZeitung weather watch ers Seele Science Club High 90 Low 73 no rain Ernie Hassold High 86 Low 74 Barometric pressure Humidity 58 John Mackey River Oaks High 89 Low 73 no rain Cranes Mill High 88 Low 60 no rain Foreast Mostly fair and warm through Thursday Highs in the 80s to 90s Lows in the 60s Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers Friday through Sunday Pollen count Mold Ragweed Grasses Cocklebur Pigweed Stawyntisch NBISD eyes million bond deal By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer New Braunfels Independent School District voters could be going to the polls in December to decide a million dollar bond package that includes one new elementary and ren ovation to almost all other NBISD campuses Trustees will meet in two weeks to decide if they want to call for the elec tion either Dec 3 or 10 NBISD Superintendent Charles Bradberry told the board that the improvements would put the district in good shape through the year 2000 Board to decide whether to call election in two weeks when district enrollment projections are expected to level off Bradberry said a 05 cent increase on the tax rate would cover about million of the package through restruc tering the debt That part of the package includes a new elementary across from Memori al and renovations at Seele Carl Schurz Lone Star New Braunfels Middle and New Braunfels High School The district presented an additional list of projects that would have brought the total to million if the board had decided to use them all It would be about 1921 million if all the things were done in the school district I dont think you can do all of said Bradberry who said addi tional projects would have raised the tax rate about 15 cents The board chose four additional pro jects including a new high school library renovating the existing library to science labs putting air conditioning in the middle school gym and adding to the maintenance warehouse at about million Bradberry said these projects would be funded after the initial primary pro jects were completed if bond sales allowed the district to stay under the 05 cent raise Growth projections indicate the dis trict should be able to fund these through additional property values A nickel or increase will cer tainly make it easier to deal with than a 15 cent tax he said going to get exactly what they want But we have to have trust and credibility Twentyone million is not going to provide Left off the list was a new gymnasi um at the high school new building trades center and renovation of the existing shop building All the renovation work at various campuses would also bring the district up to American Disability Act guidet lines and solve the removal of asbestos from some schools Assistant Superintendent Lonnie Curtis said the federal government requires schools to follow ADA guide lines but does not provide the funding to meet those guidelines in the case of construction moderate 520 high light 13 high light 26 Boozefighters give aid to Womens Center From staff reports Boozefighters who are they In 1946 a group of young guys in Cal ifornia fresh out of World War II formed a motorcycle club called the They were good guys that had fought hard for their county They generally raised some harmless fun and had a great time riding their down the roads meeting new faces sharing old stories It was a time when a mans word was worth something The legendary Boozefighters motorcycling club was immortalized by the movie The Wild starring Marlon Brando and Lee Marvin Over the years there have been numerous articles written and published in a wide vari ety of motorcycle magazines and how there is a Bobzefighters a movie deal to follow The membership of this brother hood is extremely diverse ftom doc tors and lawyers to professionals and craftsmen All members share a deep feeling of community values freedom of choice and a mans word it must be good The Booze fighters share a history of helping out extending a hand or pitching in when it is truly needed If there is a crisis the Boozefighters will be close by They have never been an out law club and believe in respecting the rights of all citizens and obeying all state and federal laws The Boozefighters really havent changed much in nearly 50 years They still enjoy the wind in their faces riding on two wheels Being good guys with big hearts extending friendships and having fun The group recently came to the aid of the Comal County Womens Center by volunteering several hours of time to help repair and construct cabinets Pam Kraft of the Comal County Womens Shelter said their help was welcome They did a fantastic she said They approached us wanting to help us out in some way We quickly found a way and they were very The operation was coordinated by Eddie Miller of Boozefighters and Pam Kraft of the Comal County Womens Shelter a United Way of Comal County Agency HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALLj Members of the Boozefighters Include from left Big Dave Rhelnlander Scotty Jordan Matthew Todd Mosley Carol Griffith Rene Sandoval Dave Clark Mike Medevlas Edward Miller and Two prospects interviewed for opening city attorney post By TECLO Staff Writer The New Braunfels City Council interviewed two candidates Tuesday night in executive session for the soon to be vacant city attorneys position The council interviewed New Braunfels attorneys Atanacio CarrJ pos and Gary Steel for the positioji that is scheduled change hands on Oct 15 when current city attorney Barry Moore will step down Moore was asked to resign by May or Paul Fraser and the city council in August Scheduled to be interviewed today also behind closed doors will be San Marcos attorney Jacqueline L Cul lorn Comal County Assistant Attor ney David Friesenhahn New Braun fels attorney David Nigh and New Braunfels attorney Acie McAda San Antonio attorney Rachel Meier who also submitted a resume for the municipal lawyers post will not be called in to interview Moore was originally asked to resign by Fraser because Fraser said Moore was not aggressive Fraser also said if Moore had been more involved in municipal issues it could have saved the city money by not having to hire outside legal coun sel Lotto jackpot now From staff reports No tickets correctly matched all six numbers drawn Saturday might for the twiceweekly Lotto Texas game state lottery officials said The jackpot was worth million There were 169 tickets sold with five of the six numbers with each ticket worth There were tickets with four of six numbers with each winning And there were tickets sold with three of six numbers with each worth an automatic Lottery officials estimate the jackpot for Wednesday nights game will be million Thf New Braunfels HeraldZeitung iityijts its readers to submit items to Stammtisch According to the Sophienburg Archives and members of the German community Stammtisch represents a sit ting place for members of the community to gather and share the days happenings We invite you to share with This newspaper is printed on recycled newsprint MusicSource has vested interest in Gruene Music Fest By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer This weekends Gruene Music Fest will pro duce a multitude of sounds from both the upper and lower banks of Gruene Crossing Much of that sound will come from a local business whose propri etors have had a stake in the festival since the beginning MusicSource will provide sound equipment for the threeday event beginning Friday night in Gruene Hall Dennis Peek of MusicSource will not only help set up sound equipment but perform He plays in the local band Hat Trick MusicSource will provide 24 15 inch speakers eight 10inch speakers and eight horns and and monitoring systems Well start setting up about 8 oclock and be ready to go by he said Peek and Carl Nowotny were there in 1987 when the festival began las a Sunday afternoon event It was a good cause to raise mon ey he said It was pretty much to promote the local music That gathering of local talent has expanded to a fullscale musical pro duction although the local music base remains The occasion allows for a kind of local music convention There are new ones moving in all the he said But a lot of the ones that originally played still come MusicSource will donate an acoustic guitar with the Gruene Music Fest logo on it The guitar on display at the store in Landa Square will be raffled off at the festival As soon as one festival ends anoth er one will begin MusicSource is also going to handle sound equip ment for New Braunfels annual Wurstfest celebration The Music Source is located in Landa Plaa Shopping center Landa St For nan advertising or subscription information call 6259144 Metro 3846   

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