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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 10, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2AtO HeraldZeitung a Sunday November Bond counsel may go out for bids By ABE LEVY Staff Writer City Council will consider a recommendation to seek bids for financial advisory services and bond counsel for the first time at its regular meeting Monday Floyd Westerman of Southwest Securities has secured the citys financial advisory services contract for more than 30 years and hired his own legal help when issuing bonds for the city City Attorney Jacqueline Cullom said That created an apparent conflict of interest last March when New Braunfels Utilities sought council approval for million of bonds W Jeffrey Kuhn of Fulbright Jaworski represented both the city and the seller of the bonds in the transaction NBU General Manager Paula DiFonzo said Westerman has a three year contract with NBU to provide general services as needed DiFonzo said NBU is not prepared to develop policy on bond counsel since it does not have plans to issue bonds in the near future Westerman who also provides financial services for Comal County and the two local school districts said Friday he intends on submitting a bid for the citys bonds but said What difference does it make When asked whether he planned on attending the Monday council meeting he responded I wasnt Cullom said she is making the recommendation so the city can have a direct contractual relationship with the bond counsel I dont think as a practice you should be doing things like this because youre not going to get the best Cullom said Although professional services do not require the bidding process Cullom said the city charter encourages the city to seek competitive contracts This year the city has gone out for city From Page 1A salaries by 1 million to meet the average pay scales of comparative cities The proposed pay scale would salary of to Appointed staff which include the city manager attorney arid municipal judge Would receive an increase of percent The city managers salary will not be affected by the proposed pay scale bids for the first time ever for a tourism promotions contract and an economic development marketing contract Board include discuss 1 The Mew Braunfelss Independent Trustees will meet in executive session three items including the4eVahiation public officer or employee to employee and to discuss the superintendents The board will meef ft MondayIL no action will be takenon the iteim Superintendent Charles of what will be acceptable members duties are The second board to explain wbAtfclift be dorte Thelfinahtem is to iscifes and evaluation of the Superintendent Bradberry said he did hot request this it is about The discussion of Bradbetrys cdnjrf Bradberry is Independent School District in the r An initial offer was Bradberry has not announced whether he will take the job or not Bradberry said part of die delays alaw that says a district must wait 21 days between when the finalist is named to when a final offeris made 1 s That has kind of sloweddown Bradberry said said of trustees will meet Monday night also andhe believes he will be ablt tomake a decision after that at a tirne when Consolidation From Page 1A ecution and gettough plans for hot check writers Under the noexcuse spousal program a domestic violence case can still be prose cuted even if the wife decides to drop charges against the husband This avoids domestic violence cases that are dropped after many hours of investi gation and research because the spouse is either coerced or harassed by the man to drop the charges Reimer said The officers can go ahead and get state ments from the kids and the neighbors and the pressure wont allow them wives to change their minds It would then be a fact case versus an opinion He said he has been working closely with the Womens Center on the subject of the noexcuse spousal program Reimer said Waldrip has sent surveys to other counties that have consolidated and has received advice and opinions on the transition The answers from the surveys show the counties are happy with the consolidation Reimer said Two county judges said they wished they had been provided a person to go for legal Reimer said We will pro vide that person This person will work fulltime doing research and handling law suits for the Reimer said hot checks collections and payment schedules would be handled more by the justice of the peace courts instead of being handled by an office such as the county attorneys Waldrip said he has talked to County Judge Carter Casteel Sheriffelect Bob Holder County CourtatLaw Judge Fred Clark District Judge Jack Robison Police Chief Ray Douglas and other county agen cies on how to improve services in a con solidated office Casteel said she could support a con solidation plan which met two conditions for her One it would continue the same level of services to our Casteel said This criteria is one we have already done in other areas such as consolidating the Environmental Health Department with the County Road Department in which we have provided better delivery of ser vices I am not opposed to that if it will hopefully save money for the Reimer said he and Waldrip will listen carefully to what commissioners court will have to say on the subject of consolidation We are not going to ram this down anybodys he said Gatel noon to 3 Alpenmusikanten 3 to Hill Country Brass Band Wursthalle to 3 Cloverleaf Orchestra 3 to Drawing for free trip for two to Munich Germany Courtesy of Wurstfest and Lufthansa German Airlines to 5 Alpenfest ShantyChor Butjeriter Blinkfuer Das Grosse Zelt The Big Tent am Sauerkrauts New Braunfels German Folkdancers 1 Sauerkrauts 2 Ballet Folklorico Infantil 3 Sauerkrauts Das Grosse Zelt The Big Tent 4 New Braunfels German Folkdancers Alpenmusikanten New Braunfels High School Band Sauerkrauts Alpenfest Die Froehliche Omas and Opas Das Kleine Zelt The Little Tent ToniNoichl Feldenfest Brushy Creek Brass Band Feldenfest Brushy Creek Brass Band Terry Cavanagh and Bettkopf Pretzel Benders Terry Cavanagh and Bettkopf Pretzel Benders Terry Cavanagh and Bettkopf Events 8 to 2 Annual Tour de Gruene Bicycle Classic Trial Gruene Hall 10 to 1 Annual Wurstfest Regatta II Keelboats and Multihulls Canyon Lake 10 to 4 Tour of Ferdinand Lindheimer Home 10 to 4 Tour of St Martins Lutheran Church 10 to 4 Museum of Texas Handmade Furniture 10 to 4 Wurstfest Art Show Art League 10 to 4 Wagenfuehr Barber Shop Museum 10 to 5 Where in the World is Germany Childrens Museum 10 to Heritage Exhibit The Thirties Winds of Kaffee Haus Civic Center to 7 Kunst und Gewerbe Arts Crafts Landa Mill Building adjacent to Wurstfest Gate on Landa Street Noon to 5 Tour of Conservation Plaza Noon to 5 The Hummel Museum Hourly Tours 1 to 5 Sophienburg Museum Lotto Texas Esl million jackpot rTEXflSr LOTTEHV Dont miss that prize buck because things look fuzzyl Largest selection of glasses in town Come see us One Hour Service Available On Most Prescriptions Creative Eyewear 844 N Walnut New Braunfels 210 6259770 VIENf EH IALL NOW THURSDAY 712 PM GRILL OPEN FRIDAY 712 PM SATURDAY 81AM 6250047 Obituaries Mildred L Parker of Texas died Tuesday Nov 5 at the Golden Palms Nursing Center in Harlingen at the age Of 95 years She was born July I 1901 in McKinney Texas She attended schools in McKinney Texas and was a graduate of Texas Wesleyan College in Fort Worth Texas and moved to Jacksonville Texas in 1922 She married O F Parker in 1923 and moved to Houston Texas She was a member of the Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church a volunteer Gray Lady at Hermann Hospital and was active in various civic clubs She moved to Canyon Lake Texas and still maintained a home there at the time of her death Mrs Parker is survived by grandson William Rodney and his wife Donna Parker of Kenmorc sister Mrs George H Hury of Harlingen nephews James E Milton III of Harlingen George Hank Hury Jr of Washington John E Lehman of Dallas Texas James H Lehman of Mt Pleasant Texas greatgrandchildren Daniel R Parker Andrew T Parker and Mary Elizabeth Parker all of Kenmore She was preceded in death by her husband O F Parker a son William L Parker sisters Maxene L Milton L C Birkner Genevieve Morris and a brother Fred E Lehman Graveside services only will be held at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery in Houston Texas at 2 Saturday Nov with the Rev Harry Adamson officiating Interment will be at Forest Park Lawndale Cemetery Memorial contributions may be made to the Memorial Drive Presbyterian Church in Houston Texas Arrangements Wurstfest With Buck Ashcraft Funeral Home 710 E Carey Harlingen Texas 78550 210 4233636 j Buck Ashcraft Funeral Home Harlingen Chester L Pehl of New Braunfels died Saturday Nov 9 1996 at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 69 He married Lucille Kothe on April 25 1950 in New Braunfels He was a member of First Protestant Church New Braunfels American Legion Post VFW Post 71 10 Anhalt Wurstfest Association Comal County Fair Association Albert Kypfer Lodge of Order of Hermann Sons of Texas life member of Freiheit Mission Valley and Comal Bowl tenpin and worked for 46 years in the automotive industry Mr Pehl is survived by his wife Lucille Pehl of New Braunfels mother Erna Pehl of New Braunfels son and daughterinlaw Stanley G and Vicki Pehl of San Antonio grandson Shannon Scott Pehl of San Antonio granddaughter Jana Jo Pehl of San Antonio sisterinlaw Lola Brotze of New Braunfels brotherin law Alfred Rothe and wife Darleen of New Braunfels numerous nieces nephews and other relatives Funeral services will be Nov 12 at 2 at First Protestant Church with burial to follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Visitation will be from 3 Sunday until Tuesday The family will be present at Zoeller Funeral Home from 6 to 8 Monday to receive visitors From Page 1A concessions by adding new and dif ferent foods so that it is not the same thing over and over It seems like people are enjoying each themselves and that is what we have And Brandt is glad people are having fun and enjoying themselves since that is what Wurstfest is supposed to be about I have had a wonderful time seeing people come in looking for a good time and then leaving having had a good Brandt said I am looking forward to wonderful closing weekend of fw AUSTIN AP The Public Commission to tftiliiy dolmmissidn has lost its bid to that cbuldallow pay phone owners to retain control over pay phone rates in Texas a move that could lead to higher prices The PUC which regulates the telephone and electric industries in Texas joined regulators from other states last month in asking the Federal Communications raise rates throughout the country The PUC last summer rejected attempts by pay phone operators in Texas to raise rates to 50 cents per call The agency allowed pay phones to charge 25 cents for tollfree calls except for those made to preferred long distance WOOD STOVE CENTER OF SEGUN 19th Anniversary Stock Sale Em a y Recipes on Slow Cooking FREE 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