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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday. 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SB Short-Term Bond SP -SAP 500. SS -Single-State Murk. XC -Multi-Cap Core XG -Multi-Cap Growth XV Multi-Cap Val Total Return Chng m NAV with divide nets reinvested Rank How fund performed vs others witti same objective A is in top 20%, E in bottom 20**0 Min Init Invt Minimum $ needed to invest in fund NA = Not avail NE * Data in question NS * Fund not in existence Source: Lipper Inc________ Stock Footnote*: a > Drv or earns inCdn*. stock in U S $ n « New m past 52 weeks pl * Pierced s * Spat or stock drv ol 20 pct or more in past 52 weeks cc * PE over 96 dd ■> toss rn last 12 months rf * Rights u » Units v * Trading hailed on primary marvel vj ■ In bankruptcy or receivership ex! * When distributed wt■ When issued wl » Warrants ww » With warrants Mutual Fund Footnotes x .. Ex cash dividend NL « No up-lronl sales charge p « Fund assets used to pay tksinbutton costs r« Redemption lee or contingent deterred sales toad may apply t * Both p and r Gainers and Loeers must be worth at least $2 to be Iteted in tables at lait Moat Actives must be worth at least $1 Volume hi hundreds ul shares    Source: The Associated Press Sates figures are unofficial MORATORIUM/From 1A effects of high-density growth A committee vail be appointed Thursday to stud) the environment — including the fragile Glen Rose and Tnmry aquifers — counts infrastructure and qualitv of life What the counry sought was cit) support of the moratorium m its ETJ — which is not necessary because the county must approve plats in ETJs anyway While individual council members — notably Watson and Robert Kendrick — supported the concept council as a whole stopped short of supporting the moratorium. Monday night, assistant district anoine) Nathan Rheinlander and Count) Engineer Tom Hornseth presented the county resolution and a proposed proclamation. Homseth told council about water and ecological problems in western C omal C ount). “Tile two big issues are impervious co\er (aquifer recharge) and storm w ater runoff.” Homseth told the city council. “.As y ou know, a lot of the drainage problems y ou have in New Braunfels are a result of development in the county ." Rhemlander told the city council about initiatives in other counties and new pow ers Texas Water Code and Senate Bill I are giving counties. "A new dav is dawning." Rheinlander said. The code gives counties power to take measures to protect a sustainable water supply in priority w ater management areas, he said. More than two-thirds of Comal County sits atop the Trinity or Glen Rose aquifers, both of which are endangered by drought and dev elopment pressure. “There are a v ariety of problems we're looking to address here. What we need is a little bit of time." Rheinlander said. The moratorium became necessary because of a “rash" of high-density proposals threatening to engulf the county planning pipeline. Rheinlander noted. City council heard from one of them. Joe Yeytia's 21 Housing Corp. wants to build a 510-unit gated community —13 percent of it would be open green space — on PO acres The homes would be manufactured residences made in 3 "German- Swiss-Austrian" style for families with incomes of from $20-50.000. \'ey na said. It would be built in the New Braunfels ETJ near Texas 46 and Farm-to-Market Road Veyo a said tile county moratorium discriminates against his project and the people who could lo e in it, a view strongly disputed by W atson. “I think you're using the ‘discrimination* word in the w rong way." Watson said. “I don't think you understand the magnitude of the drought or our water problem." “But I do. ma'am." Yeyria said. “I live and work in Comal County This moratorium is unfair and discriminatory. It does not address your issues. The bottom line is this council needs to send a message to Comal County. Tins is not right: it doesn't make moral, environmental, political or financial sense" Unmoved by Yeytia's argument or a threat of legal action. Watson motioned that the city council vote to approve Av hat Judge Scheel sent to us." Her motion died for lack of a second. City Attorney Floyd Akers said city support of the county moratorium was moot because the county has final word on what gets planed or developed in unincorporated areas. “Speaking as a lawyer, if someone sues, tliey 'll sue the county and not us." Akers said. Executrix vows to withhold inheritance from her sister DEAR ABBY: My wife is concerned about potential problems with her older sister. In January. they lost their father. Their mother is still aliv e. Her sister is executrix of the estate. She has told my wife to her face that she hates her. She accuses me of being a liar. thief and scam artist. (I have nev er done anything to her. I have always been courteous. ) She informed my w ife that she would do everything in her power to see to it that she (my wife) gets nothing from their parents whatsoever. Can my sister-in-law cut my wife out of her rightful inheritance'1 My mother-in-law is aware of the bad blood between them but chooses to ignore it. What can my wife do to protect herself when the awful time comes to confront her sister'1 According to the w ill. any one contesting it would get nothing. The two sisters have nev er gotten along, and this w ill really make them enemies. We both read y our column and trust you implicitly. What do you think .1 MARRIED TO THE LESS-LOVED SISTER DEAR MARRIED: Your wife might suggest to her mother that she name an impartial (“w ithout prejudice") person to be executor of her estate, in order to prev cut a Dear Abby problem now or in the future. However, if she is aware of the antipathy her firstborn has for her younger sister and ignores it — shes condoning it. and thats a shame. If that's not agreeable, your wifes fears might be eased were she to consult a lawyer who is knowledgeable about w ills and trusts in the state in which her parents lived. W hen someone who has a will dies. that will is tiled w ith the court for probate. The purpose of the probate (a court superv ised administration process) is to ensure that the vs ishes of the deceased are carried out. For instance, if the will says the estate is to be div ided 50 50, that's how it must be As executrix, your sister-in-law might be entitled to a fee. but if its out of line there might be legal remedies. Its sad that theres so much ill will between the sisters — but whatever enmity the elder has for the younger, shes legally obligated to follow the terms of the w ill. Be prepared for any eventuality, but hold a good thought. A second motion by New Braunfels mayor Stoney Williams seconded by Watson to throw the moratorium to the city planning and zoning commission was defeated 5-2. Tuesday morning. Scheel bristled against the discrimination charge — and said the county was prepared to defend itself “In respect to Mr Yeytia's statement of discrimination, commissioners' court has never discriminated nor will we in the future against any race or income group. We realize dial we do not hav e zoning authority .md cannot dictate the type of homes that are built, nor would we try “Our concern is to maintain ade-quate recharge space tor the aquifers, which are very critical to the survival and the land values ot our .area." Scheel said For his pan. Williams said what die county is try mg to do is important but he acknow I cdg cd there are legal issues "I agree w uh the county that something has to be done ' ONE SE T5EAIBES, INC. Aug 25-31 WALNUT 6 IH 35 and Walnut Ave 8301 829-6400 rn-?* im; IJ N .'a Vi ‘ frar JE arear V ids TSL (dp r 'a rn VI SXS VY V VV V :: Vi is: it tv *r cr 'I OW: ai 5*f .'33, *1 '5? 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