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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 19, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                HerflldZeltunQ n Wednesday March Board tables request for airport funds Program From Pago Staff Writer of he Economic Development Corporation Board of mblcd consideration Tuesday of a request to fund for o the New BraunfeU Municipal Airport The request WHS to mutch the application of a grant from the TCXIIS Department of Transportation that would total about EDC directors sold they would rather see the request made to the Infrastructure and Improvement Board since ft deals with transportation projects They also indicated hesitation to consider the request until after city officials complete mediation with some airport tenants concerning several lease agreements that TxDOT found o be In violation of federal law this past year TxPOT officials have said they are pleased with the citys course of action to oeek mediation and do not anticipate punitive measures against the city City Manager Darrell Phillips said he could not comment on die mediation but said the boards action now gave him an opportunity to inform the board of the merits of his proposal sold the project would pay for such Items as a new airport terminal Improvements to the runways and taxis and build more parking space making the airport more attrnctlve to new companies We have lot rifcompanies that use the Phillips said Our facility is the first thing they see of New Hmunfels iiml we hove a lot of major people that come through he Phillips ulNO said that about 200 acres of Innd tit he airport was designated for light industrial development hot prospective companies could develop While members of he EDC agreed they sold wanted to make sure the project would result directly in the creation of new jobs which was part of their charge ns a board of directors In other action the KIXJ Approved a loan to Ireat American Products for a maximum of at 5 percent Inerest per year for the relocation of equipment ami personnel to New Uraunfels The loan is to be paid back over five years with 25 percent forgiven at the end of three years If GAP satisfies the terms of the citys lax abatement contract Approved a plan to buy down 2 percent of the interest rote thni OAP is negotiating with a local bunk for remodeling of Its facility on FM 725 Approved to help puy for a joint project of the two locul Kchool districts to write n resource directory Wifes advice helps husband accept daughters decison DEAR ADBY f was so upset by the letter from the mother who will miss out If she skips her daughters wedding that I am writing to you for the first time ever Many years ago I was In a similar situation so opposed to my daughters forthcoming marriage that I canceled the ceremony after the invitations had been mailed Shortly after they told me they were going to get married with or without my support I remained adamantly opposed until my dear wife asked me if I wanted to lose my daughter When I exclaimed Of course nod she said Well you will if you keep on like Thank God I took my sweethearts advice and escorted my daughter down the aisle at her wedding My daughter and I have always remained very close To that mother who is judging her daughter by the moral standards that she grew up with 30 to 40 years ago Judge not lest ye yourself be and Let he who is without sin among you cast the first Mother You dont have to approve of your daughters conduct but dont lose her through rejection TOM WATTLE ARCATA CALIF DKAR MR WATTLK Thunk you for your heartfelt letter I have received Wizard of letters from readers arguing both sides of question on DEAR ABBY What century is this woman living in She should that her daughter is apparently old enough to make a decision to live with a man prior to jumping into a marriage that may not work out I lived with my husband for 4 years before our wedding day We have been married for 13 years and look forward to many more Id also like lo tell this woman who was concerned about the strict Catholic Church not addressing this Bush FromPagel f IV the panel members who wi 1 1 discuss the topics organizers said The panels will focus on such topics as deregulation of the electricity indus try and predictions of future national and state Issues The conference Meek said has had a beneficial economic impact on New Braunfels Its an offHeason event and a lot of these people are spending the night and coming to the Meek Police Beat New Braunfds Police Department Monday Arrest on charge of altered drivers license San Antonio man 19 bond H Arrest oncharge of public intoxication New Hrnunfels man bond SI 12 ContNl County Sheriffs Office Monday Arrest on u warrant out of Dimmii County for theft by check New Braunfels woman 45 bond Arrest on charge of two counts of fraud to obtain and deny benefits New Braunfels woman 56 bonds Arrest on charge of false report to peace officer Canyon Luke wan 22 bond said Many will spend the weekend Its H boost lo our hotels and restaurants and a lot of them also shop Local residents will have a cliance to meet state officials and discuss issues important to the area This conference is an opportunity to have interaction with people In leader ship without having to ravel out of Meek said There are few places that have this kind of attendance at these types of conferences U bodes well for New Hraunfels and it gives us some Arrest on charge of driving while intoxicated Bulverdc man 33 bond Arrest on charge of public intoxication Bulverde man 40 bond Sunday Arrest on warrant for speeding San Marcos woman 22 Saturday Arrest on charges of renisting arrest disorderly conduct possession of marijuana and public intoxication Canyon Lake woman 26 bonds Arrest on charges of failure lo maintain speed two counts of no drivers license and failure to appear New Ormmfelv man 17 Arrest on charge of theft by check San Antonio woman 24 bond Centex i fast value Office Furniture Quick and Affordable 104 8 BulntM IH35 ntxt to Adobt Cafe 8203079 Complete Cosmetic Line subject my feelings We were married in a Catholic church in my hometown but had to nllcnd prcCmin classes with u priest In the urea where we live This mnn had the pll to tell us hat our marriage wouldnt last two years This just goes to show llml priests and the Catholic Church dont know everything If this woman continues with her negative attitude she will alienate her daughter and future soninlaw She should swallow her pride trust her daughter to make the right decisions and enjoy whnt should be u happy lime for all Keep up the good work Abby Your column makes my day MAKYANNH WALTON IXJVER DHL DEAR AllliV Disapproving Mother that her daughters behavior reflected a lack of morals in young people and her daughter doesnt respect or care what thinks I disagree The daughter and her obviously cure very much what her parents think if the fiance went HO far as lo ask the parents for he daughters hand in marriage I say he daughter would be belter off without H whining and controlling mother passing judgment on her especially on her wedding day The only thing I hut really matters in that the bride and groom are very much in love If the mother is too wrapped up in her moral code of behavior to cure if her daughter is happy hen she him forfeited her rights as a mother UNDER 40 IN CJAINESVJLLH FLA DEAR A BUY For the Disapproving Mother who IK Catholic Christ said Cio and sin no to the whore who was caught in the act The Lords Prayer says Forgive us our sins as we forgive those that sin against Christ told Peter to forgive 70 limes seven This Disapproving Mother must lake her hurt and worry to the cross and leave them there That is what her tilrici Catholic Church would tell her to do KOCHELLE VANDENBURCJ American Legion Post 179 New Braunfela is looking for for lit uo All Interested teams are welcome to participate For sign up information CoM 6250 179 ittf ty riw f ft iormanon l IN K PI I I KSON t 1 i it n Auto Accident Injurloi Bankruptcy Child Support Collection Corporation A Law DIvorceContMtod Custody DlvorcaUncontattad Rtal Eatata Uaw CRIMINAL I AW Whli It Falonlaa Mladamaanora 6205226 IICKHMD IHI lUfHUMI OOUNf Of TCXAt AND THI COURT WIITINN uiiTNicr or TIXAI Hill CUiM Children are needed to participate In n dlnlcal study to evaluate an asthma medication e 411 years of from mild to moderate a arid iwlrifj uttthrmi iruullnilJon Able to cxmipUtle 4 outfatlent vlslto at our fadllly Receive free uludyrelwUsd medical cure and coinitcnamtlon for your lime Central Texas Ntatth RtMarch 210 New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Working to an indispensable purl of your day 6259144 7O7 Landa New Braunfels development Iwiilih nnd enrich ment oclfviiicft I le wild exactly how each program is Ktructurcd will depend orrthc needs of the ciimpuNed Ixit it will fiH hcrve IIN oimply n dny cure going to fiilllll llml purpose us well but tlmlit not lite reason DllCIIO NIlid The projinim will be tnrgeled to the primniy and elementary grades wlih the possibility for in the future and u minimum of 20 students me lo IIHC lie prngnim flsko Mild she feels comfortiible Hint more limn 20 siudcnlft will sign up Three Inmlccs did not vole on he item heciiuHe they wrrvcd on commit tees pertaining to the locul YMCA The four remaining voted uniinirnouHly lo accepted the program 1 certainly think n very good program and a very much needed pro Hoard President Jaime fiulillii Hueno ttaid he wan excited by the boards ncifon I fe said there were Hlili be a lot of defaiU hat needed to be worked out regarding he program lie cxpecled it lo expand throughout lite community Im excited The effort has been really H community Hueno noid Tills io building block lo the New HniunfclN YMCA Were going lo offer irmny more prognimH than this Thin is JUKI the Iildko itald under Scniile Hill I dis triclti with ctirollmenl of I HK or more ire required lo hold wo pub lic a year lo determine n need for an program IfIhe need is apparent the diutrici must imple ment a prognim Iilsko wiid ilx survey was used in place of the und il clearly indicated a need llH Iilsko said When 80 percent that KCIII Ilic survey back said liicrcis a need lliitls a Exemptions From PHQO 1 would not receive average daily atten dance ADA funding with it in place We have worked it along the TEA guidelines that all he finals arc on one day and sludenlN are in school long enough even Ifthcy arc exempt lo receive the Mall said The exemption policy will apply for the finiilw nl the end of thin year Mow ever interim principal Karen Simpson Mid the policy will have lo be rewrit ten lor the 199798 Hchool year Next year there is no way this can he the policy taciiUMe it wont fit the Simpson told the board In other IxjwIncsH the Ixwrd approval fi diwlricl personnel plan for ihe 1997 98 school year Under the plan mi additional could be added at it CON of more lhan All this personnel may nol got Interim Superintendent Tom Moscley said Its budget Curtis assistant Hiipcrinten dcnf of finance told the board that if unfunded legisliilive mandates or prop erly tax reforms are passed during the Icgixlalivc pension the district could havfe a difficult lime finding the mon ey for the pofiillonn in budget Moftcley Kaid if flic Undid cannot fund all Ihe positions it will Iwgin with hiring classroom teachers BADZOI BECAUSE YOUR TIME IS IMPORTANT Need New Shocks DeSttfiino I ire Auto Service Nationwide Warranty Goodyear Independent Dealer 417 Antonio St Pickel H uw I MtCormick 99 7iOnil lCliiinl Kulllllll Coffin I Merlin Mm liaicjoimay liuilwclHcr Hud llglil Nnntii Kllw Mwrlboro Igiu illih Iteuiifour Murhil 16626 Huebner Rd DuurlMld Btwiny U03 6422 N HiJju Clr 661A Walnut HffJContof Now Ufttudlolti In CtM of Error Btort Miii iO   

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