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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 16, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2 n HeraldZeltuno n Thursday January I Cisneros friend subpoenaed by grand jury SAN ANTONIO AP A federal grand jury has subpoenaed a close friend of departing Housing Secretary Henry Cisneros in its ongoing investigation into financial help given to Cisneros former mistress according to a published report The San Antonio ExpressNews reported that the Washington grand jury issued the Brigman subpoena for Frank Wing a former San Antonio City Council member and a close Cisncros political ally Investigators want to ask Wing what he knows about money and job help given to Linda Medlar by San Antonio financier Morris D Jaffc and son Morris D Doug Jaffc unidentified sources told the newspaper for a story in its Sunday editions A spokesman for special counsel David M Barrett who is handling the Cisneros case declined comment on any aspect of the investigation or grand jury actions Wing did not immediately return a telephone message left at his San Antonio home by The Associated Press on Sunday From Page 1 a photographer He spent eight years as a staff photographer for Texas Instruments in Dallas and four as a senior photographer for ARCO Oil Gas in Piano He spent the next six years as proprietor of Stephen Brigman Photography and three years as a partner with his wife Kathy in Brigman Productions an advertising firm I have always been a news he said I liked taking photographs but had always wanted to get back to school and get into Brigman has also served as executive director of the Cryer Foundation a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping the Mayan peoples in Mexico since 1984 Brigman has been married 22 years and has no children We were thrilled with the opportunity in New Brigman said Besides being anxious to settle into this lovely community we are looking forward to cruising through the hills and pjaying on the As news editor Brigman will be responsible for the daily design of the newspaper He can be reached at 6259144 ext 221 Brigman replaces Jim Denery who resigned in December EAA From Page 1 feet in claims Comal County turned in a total of 59 applications claiming a total of acre feet New Braunfcls Utilities officials have said they arc claiming a peak year of approximately acre feet of water which occurred in 1986 After the permit process is in place the agency will be able to collect user fees to fund its subaverage budget inherited from its predecessor the Edwards Underground Water District EAA officials said they must first review the applications to ensure their authenticity but are glad to have a baseline established I think it is a monumental step forward and we finally have an idea of how many people are using Edwards said Doug Miller EAA representative for Comal and Guadalupe counties Even though the number is high at least we have a number that we never had before It gives us a point of reference that we never Miller said staff members believe many of the claims arc inflated especially in the case of a wellowner who did not have a metered well arid was forced to guess its average use Miller said some applicants listed their average use as their peak use which will cause the claims to be inflated EAA officials said that an initial determination of pumping reductions will be made by May so that the agency can start collecting fees by June and July The review process likely will be delayed by litigation and by applicants who contest changes to their historical claim through the EAAs hearing process officials said Moreover applicants who need to submit additional information will be given 30 days to do so The applications will undergo an administrative review that will ensure all is complete and then a technical review to ensure the substance of the documentation is factual officials said From Page 1 award before but never considered applying for it I had never really paid any attention to said Rasor Im not the type of person who just applies for all kinds of Rasor attributed her winning to the people she works with I have a very good place to work I work with great people in a supportive said Rasor Weve been able to do a wonderful job providing family and consumer science At the awards was given a framed certificate a special pin and a cash award iShet said the rest is a blur Rasor said she was so overwhelmed to be getting the award in front of several hundred people that she did not even hear what they read from the letters of recommendations As an extension ageht for family scicricesT Rasor ovTrrretSa variety of programs including parenting health and wellness and family economics workshops Rasor has been an extension agent for 19 years and is going on her ninth year working for Comal County CONSERVATION Ho peaking Wash Dishes Cook Breakfast Shower Turn on Heater Wake Up 1m 2am 3am 4am Sam 6am 7am lam tarn Warn Ham Most families follow the same routine every morning wake up turn up the heater shower cook breakfast and begin the workday When multiplied by thousands of families this pattern creates a peak in PECs power consumption between 5 and especially on weekdays These peaks or high points in electric consumption lead to higher generating which appear on your electric bill The good news is that peaks can be reduced through voluntary load management You use the same amount of electricity but not within peak hours Reducing peaks also helps to avoid the need for expensive new power plants in the future Thats a billion dollar reason we can all live without peaking Pedernqles Elvttriff Cooperative Inc Obituaries Alejandro Alejandro S Mufioz age 51 Of New Braunfcls died Wednesday Jan 15 1997 at his home Survivors arc his Wife Teresa A Mufiozof New Draunfcls mother Angelita Muftoz or San Antonio daughters Amy Maldonado of Startzville Esther Ulloa of Scguin Jo Ann Mufioz of New Braunfcls sons Jose Enrique Mufioz and Alejandro Mufioz both of New Braunfcls sisters Maria del Socorro Ortega of New Braunfcls Ouadalupe Martinez of Fort Worth Amelia Raines of San Antonio brother Henry Mufioz of New Braunfcls and 11 grandchildren A rosary will be recited at 7 Friday Jan 17 at the Zoellcr Funeral Home Chapel Funeral mass is scheduled for I Saturday Jan 18 at the Holy Family Catholic Church with Rev Jim Wasser celebrant Interment to follow in the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Cemetery Visitation will begin at 11 Friday and continue until Saturday when the procession departs the funeral home Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church Building Fund James Frederick Alford James Frederick Alford of New Braunfels died Monday Jan 13 1997 at his residence at the age of 89 Bom July 7 1907 in LeeSville La He retired from Shell Oil Company of Deer Park Texas After retirement he was employed in Asia for several oil companies He was a veteran of World War II Mr Alford is survived by his wife Anna Alford stepson Paul Crawley and his wife Barbara and four stepgrandchildren Graveside services will be at 2 Friday Jan 17 1997 at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with Rev Bill Arnold officiating Visitation will be from 10 Thursday until Friday at Zocller Funeral Home TUNERfiL HOME Alfred Massey Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Alfred Masscy who passed away in San Antonio Jan 15 at the age of 94 years Teresa Espinoza Teresa Espinoza age 79 of New Braunfels died Monday Jan 13 1997 at her residence She was born Sept 16 1917 in Seguin Texas to Epimeno Vargas and Grcgoria Oscjo Vargas She married Francisco J Espinoza in Seguin in 1949 She retired from the maintenance department with the New Braunfels Independent School District She was a member of the Catholic Church Survivors are husband Francisco J Espinoza daughters and soninlaw and Juan Reyes of New Braunfels Kina O Castillo of Seguin Diana Espinoza and Melissa Espinoza both of New sons and daughtersinlaw Jesse Saenz and Susie Ragalado Joe and Mary Helen Espinoza all of New Braunfels brother Ouadalupe Vargas of New Braunfels 22 grandchildren and 39 greatgrandchildren A rosary will be recited at Thursday evening at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel Funeral mass is scheduled for 10 Friday at the Holy Family Catholic Church with Rev Jim Wasser celebrant Interment will follow in the Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery Pallbearers will be Jesse Saenz Jesse M Saenz Stephen Saenz Johnny Reyes Alonzo Reyes and Joe Reyes Visitation continues until Friday when the procession departs the funeral home TUNEftfLHOME HOME Elsie M eckel Elsie Meckel of New Braunfels died Tuesday Jan 14 1997 at Eden Home at the age of 89 She was bom Jan 2 1908 to Joe and Katie Lux Ncugcbauer in Kendall County Mrs Meckel is survived by her daughter Lorine Miller and her husband Roy of New Braunfels son Willie Mecke and his wife Isabel of New Braunfels brotherinlaw Elton Zuercher four grandchildren and four greatgrandchildren Funeral services will be I Friday Jan 17 at Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church with burial to follow in St Josephs Catholic Cemetery in Honey Creek A rosary will be recited at 7 Thursday 16 at Zoeller Funeral Home Memorials may be made to Braunfels or Making a WORLD OF DIFFERENCE Right Here at Home THE JAYCEES Join us Saturday January 25 from to at the Comal CountyFalr Grounds for our Gala Celebration Music provided by Texas Knights Cover Men and Women Leadership Training Personal Growth Aged 21 39 Community Service NEW BRAUNFELS VCJ 111 More InfomriaiioW On Membership Call FRIDAY THRU MONDAY WINTER CLEARANCE SAVE U P TO ON ALL PERMANENTLY REDUCED MERCHANDISE WHEN YOU TAKE AN EXTRA SAVINGS EXAMPLE ORIGINALLY SALE PRICE WITH YOUR IXTRA 25 OFF YOU PAY fif
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