New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 29, 1996, Page 2

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November 29, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 29, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas rn'-* rn , 2A □ Herald-Zeitung □ Friday, November 29, 1996 mmm Airport ■■■ iJt. _ _ rn. From Page 1A City attorney Jacqueline Cullom and airport manager Darrell Phillips blamed past city councils and city staff for not keeping tighter control on the leasing procedures when they were signed over the past 25 years. The procedure, according to Cullom and Phillips, was to have each lease reviewed by the city council and staff before it could be signed. But they said that procedure apparently was not followed. Asked whether the city sought competitive bids for the original leases, Cullom and Phillips declined to comment on the record, citing the ongoing investigation. Cullom and Phillips, who was hired in January as the airport's first manager, said they had been working since this past spring to change airport lease policy. The city finalized its first-ever set of rules to govern the airport on Aug. 12, then hired outside aviation attorneys to correct the city's leases and subleases at the airport, and met Shoppers with TxDOT officials in Austin to assist in correcting those leases. TxDOT has told the city to renegotiate its 1970 lease with New Braunfels Aero, which was signed shortly after the city took over the airport from the federal government. Cullom said the city’s aviation attorneys are anticipating suing New Braunfels Aero if its owner Richard Looney does not seek to remove the exclusionary clause from his sublease with ECL New Braunfels Aero exercised its option with the city to extend the lease in 1990 for another 20 years, with the condition that it make $500,000 in capital improvements. Cummins said he met with New Braunfels Aero officials to discuss the problems with their subleases. Cummins said they indicated they would look into it. Looney and his attorney John Dierksen, were unavailable for comment this week. An employee for Harris at Brauntex Aviation said Harris also was unavailable for comment. From Page 1A son. Last year, consumers did 16 percent of their Christmas shopping on the Friday after Thanksgiving according to the National Retail Federation, a Washington, Debased industry group. Consumers are expected to spend lots on apparel this year, a big boon to clothing retailers who have struggled over the last few years. Toys, jewelry and sporting goods are also expected to sell well, which will help department stores’ profits. But computers, computer software and home appliances may not sell as well as in past years, which could hurt merchants like Sears, Roebuck and Co. and Circuit City that depend on such big-ticket sales. In addition, consumers are still saddled with $1 trillion in debt, much of it on credit cards. That may mean some holiday consumers will watch their spending this year. (The Associated Press contributed to this report) Texas women trail in comparison with counterparts in other states The Yellow Roses of Texas are not doing as well as their counterparts in other states. By most measures, Texas is not a good place to be a woman, “ according to noted women’s scholar Heidi Hart mann. Texas Hanks ahead of all other states in the West South Central region, but behind the rest of the country in women’s political participation and participation in the labor force, educational attainment of women, and women’s annual earnings. The report was prepared by Hartmann’s Institute for Women’s Policy Research. Texas has the lowest rate of women's health insurance coverage of any state in the nation other than New Mexico, according to the report. Christmas Photos • Photo Greeting Cards • Enlargements Photography by SL Images 620-2804 Weekend of 11/30 and 12/7 See us at Santa’s Forest 9am to 4 pm BRING THIS AD FOR 10% OFF! There is a 55 percent higher rate of uninsurance among Texas women than nationally. Fewer Texas women get preventive health care such as mammograms and Pap tests than the national average. Texas is also weak on preventive health care for children, with a lower percentage of children under three getting vaccinations than nationally. Texas has one of the highest poverty rates for women and a higher percentage of women fail to complete high school in Texas than nationally, according to the report. According to the report, “Texas also does a poor job of providing a safety net for employed women.” time LANDA STATION STEAK/SHRIMP MARGARITA 10 oz. Frozen ‘Rita, Salad, Potato & Texas Toast (Dina-ln Only) Happy Hour All Day Mon A Wad* Full Bar CLOSED SUNDAYS ! ut j.rn Nit.    Red    Orange I bur S' I'Kj.vi.t.'i s N    Closed F'    Blair    Bmes Sat    Karaoke SOI Land*. Maw Braunfals Drly-Thru- (210) 610-3311 is T«i«4 Oldest OMC* IMI Friday, November 29 Wimberley Volunteer Fire Ants Saturday, November 30 GARY P. NUNN Sunday, December 1,4-8p.m. Ponty Bone & The Squeezetones _ Advance Th ken On Sate JERRY JEFF WALKER dec 7 a n For Information Call 606-12HI ★ NOW OPEN ★ THURSDAY, 7-12 PM FRIDAY, 7-12 PM SATURDAY, 8-1 AM Jukebox, Pool Shuffleboard Tickets on Sale Now New Years1 Eve With “Chris Wall” 625-HALL Obituaries Rom Swanson Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in Canyon Lake for Rose Swanson, who died at Eden Home on Thursday, Nov. 28,1996. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, Canyon Lake Bartha Alt wain Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels for Bertha Altwein, who died at her home in Guadalupe County on Thursday, Nov. 28, 1996, at the age of 54 years. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, New Braunfels Marla Tramontana Marie Tramontana of New Braunfels died Wednesday, Nov. 27, Come See Us At Our New Location! 650-B South Seguin Next to TJ’s Burgers 625-1495 r Hip (Hips Hair <J$[Nail Sal Karen, Susan, Sharon Sc Kristin Receive Off Your First Visit With This Ad! Walk-ln*$ Welcome! Hours: Tue.-Sat. & Evenings 1996, at Eden Home at the age of 98 years. A rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. today, Nov. 29, at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Funeral service will be IO a.m. Saturday, Nov. 30, 1996, at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church. Burial will be at Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Cemetery. Visitation will begin at 11 a.m. Friday and continue until 9 p.m. at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home. Memorials may be given to Eden Home. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Margaret Agnat Traytian Margaret Agnes Trayhan, age 73, of New Braunfels, died Saturday, Nov. 23, 1996, at her residence. She was born Nov. 2, 1923, in New Braunfels to Edward Fey and Margarctha Jacobi Fey. She was a member of the Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church. Survivors are husband Joe Trayhan of San Antonio; sons and daughter-in-law Edward and Tres sa Trayhan of Schertz, John Trayhan of Cuero; daughters Joan Trayhan of Austin and Judy Trayhan of New Braunfels; brothers Richard Fey and Herbert Fey, both of New Braunfels; sisters Anna Danforth, Lucy Hartfiel and Theresa Werner, all of New Braunfels, Marie Baas of Ohio; two grandchildren, Whitney and Destry Trayhan; step-grandchildren Shana Ragland and Shay Ashby. A rosary was held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church. Funeral mass was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 27, at the Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church with Msgr. Eugene O’Callaghan and Rev. Patrick McSwiggan, celebrants. Interment followed in the Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church Building Fund. FUNERAL HOME EvingaHna Mali Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Evangelic Mata of New Braunfels. She died Thursday, Nov. 28, 19%, in Dallas at the age of 68 years. Hospice movement builds on 20-year history Hospice a special service for people with a terminal illness, took root in this country just 20 years ago with single program in Connecticut. Today, more than 2,000 Hospice, programs serve communities in every state. Is hospice right for you or someone you know? Here are some common questions and answers about hospice care. What is hospice? A special kind of care for dying people and their families that treats the patient’s medical, emotional and spiritual needs. A team of health care professionals and volunteers help the patient and family make the most of the time that’s left. Is hospice like a nursing home? No. Hospice patients usually remain at home, and when in-patient care is necessary it’s offered in a home-like setting. A key focus of hospice is to train family members to care for the The Unitarian Universalists will have Tom Heydman, a government professor at San Antonio College and a professional storyteller, bring some insight into Native American spirituality. He became particularly interested in this when he started telling stories to his grandchildren about their Native American heritage. We will meet on Wednesday, Dec. 4, 7:30 pm at Faith United Church of Christ. 970 N. Loop 337. Jfamyone interested is invited. patient themselves. Is it easy to care for a dying loved one at home? It’s never easy; and nights can be especially hard. Hospice staff members are available around the clock for consultations and to make visits when needed. Hospice New Braunfels volunteers can also provide “respite care” to give family members a break. What about medical care? Hospice New Braunfels teams include a physician who supervises all medical care, including pain and symptom management. 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Gift Certificates ■ Great for Holiday Gifts ■ WAvailable Both Theatres ll Enjoy Great Dining at the Plaza Diner in Historic Downtown New Braunfels Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Evening Specials: Broiled Salmon with Basil Cream Sauce Fresh Basil Pesto w/Chicken over Bowtie Pasta Mon - Thurs 10:30am-9pm; Fri & Sat 8:00am-9:00pm Sun 8.O0-2K)0pm 367 Main Plaza patients usually forego efforts to cure their disease, but they can always return to aggressive therapy if their condition improves. Is hospice covered by insurance? Hospice is widely available. It’s covered by Medicare (part A) nationwide, by Medicaid in 33 states, and by most private health insurance policies. Hospice New Braunfels is a non-profit organization that cares for financially indigent patients and patients who have exhausted their resources in the fight against terminal illness. Thanks to the generosity and support of this community, Hospice New Braunfels has special programs to help these families. 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