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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 PUBLIC NOTICE  ST***  Ene,9 >' EntM and  C-me,Point Energy within its South r«rav^,Cst^n7Jin^fw«^^ 2!i:''° "T 3356 Rat3s  '"^tement of intt-nrf tion over the gas utility rates charged to customers by the Compani within luTof'mT  au ' h ° rl '''  havin 9 original jurisdic-increase in rates will affect all residential small commprriai *nri hfm* i     exas    Div  ^ion. The proposed  the unincorporated areas of the South Texas Division The nmnnc»H  V « I"*  c y stomers  within ail incorporated cities and January 7,2011. The South Texas SSt'sion is date  ° f the requested rate cha "<J« »* areas: Agua Dulce, Alice, Aransas Pass, Austin Bastrop Beeville BishonBulk    ***     surroundln 9    unincorporated  Campo, Elgin, Falls City, Floresville Freer Ganad n    ShI-r5?'  Bl,da ' C,t f ,0 ' Converse - Driscoll, Eagle Lake, Edna, El  Ingleside on the Bay, Jourdanton Karnes Citv Kenedv KinmJfll* k i ?^r Gregory, Hallettsviile, Hondo, Ingleside, Braunfels, Niederwald, NoXm,K^^    SS Grange ' Laredo ' Madon * Mathis, New  Poth, Premont, Refugio, Runge, San Diego, San Marcos Schert/ Schule^hl?n c °'h £ 0 ™ fort ' Port Lavaca ' Portland > Poteet, Universal City, Victoria, Weimar and Yorktown    '    '     Schu,enber 9-    Seadrift, Seguin, Selma, Sinton, Smithvillejaft,  Division bytalta “»S^i£h3!5^£miliion'“20?™" 7     S °“ thT *’"*  Changes have becom,%ec,ive wdhm     n °'    •"««    «■    similar  Ccf and large volume customer 1 tt3 084Crfin ««South'T«as Division° r i  ,3sl f 3  H  mial at 23 Cc( smal1  commercial at 171 amount and percent shown in the tables below:    excluding    revenue    related    taxes, change by the  Current Bill, including Gas Cost*  at 14.95 psi Residential Small Commercial  at 14.65 psi Residential Small Commercial  Large Volume  Proposed Bill, Including Gas Cost*  Difference  Percentage Change with Gas Cost/without Gas Cost  $28.36  $122.80  $28.03  $122.50  $1,852.62  $32.35  $127.83  $32.08  $127.53  $1,810.23  $3.99  $5.03  $4.05  $5.03  $-42.39  14.1%/24.5% 4.1%/15.1%  14.4%/25.0% 4.1%/15.2%  -2.3%/-15.7%  ei?" rr"?  n r al 9as  •"*»    * 9 -  on the Bay, Kingsville, Mathis,Odern, Orange Grove Palacios Point Comfnn o’f ? o  d G,e9 ° ry '  ln 9tade. Ingleside Diego. Seadrift, Sinton.Taft, Victoria.    ° dPcft Lavaca '  Portla "<t Premont. Refugio, San  Iks^Budä'cibJto;“^     na, “' al  9as service Include: Austin,  Karnes City, Kenedy, Kyle LaCoste La Granae I areHn Ma ■ m d c    biddings, Hallettsviile, Hondo, Jourdanton,  General Service (# of customers)  Jurisdiction     1    Agua Dulce      2    Alice      3    Aransas Pass      4    Austin      5    Bastrop      6    Beeville      7    Bishop      8    Buda      9    Cibolo      10    Converse      11    Driscoll      12    Eagle Lake      13    Edna      14    El Campo      15    Elgin      16    Falls City      17    Floresville      18    Freer      19    Ganado      20    Garden Ridge      21    Giddings      22    Goliad      23    Gregory      24    Halletsville      25    Hondo      26    Ingleside      27    Ingleside on the Bay      28    Jourdanton      29    Karnes City      30    Kenedy      31    Kingsville      32    Kyle      33    LaCoste      34    La Grange      35    Laredo      36    Marion      37    Mathis      38    New Braunfels      39    Niederwald      40    Nordheim      41    Odem      42    Orange Grove      43    Palacios      44    Pleasanton      45    Point Comfort      46    Port Lavaca      47    Portland      48    Poteet      49    Poth      50    Premont      51    Refugio      52    Runge      53    San Diego      54    San Marcos      55    Schertz      56    Schulenberg      57    Seadrift      58    Seguin      59    Selma      60    Sinton      61    Smithville      62    Taft      63    Universal City      64    Victoria      65    Weimar      66    Yorktown      67    South Texas Env.      68    TOTAL for Application     Residential (# of customers)  158 3,656 1,298 160 1,556 2,057 811 1,654 111 2,395 127 820 1,233 2,431 1,646 133 1,083 380 409 943  Small  14  298  138  8  203  189  32  130  28  90  8  63  108  219  127  17  123  35  38  32  8  3  5 2  6 2  4  1  3  13  2  27.45% 23.87% 24.86% 14.00% 13.95% 22.42% 25.08% 14.65% 6.37% 18.17% 21.91% 15.26% 17.04% 15.08% 14.02% 20.36% 17.40% 27.60% 18.20% 4.88% 16.23% 20.45% 26.06% 18.40% 17.66% 26.98% 30.80% 25.87% 19.07% 20.99% 23.69% 17.65% 23.13% 18.83% 30.89% 19.07% 24.24% 14.32% -8.24% 21.77% 25.08% 24.75% 23.82% 25.23% 25.09% 20.95% 25.03% 28.25% 17.66% 29.26% 18.99% 21.92% 26.87% 15.91% 12.64% 16.21% 30.29% 15.79% 18.76% 22.60% 17.02% 21.14%  16.40%  16.95%  15.18% 22.31%  17.00%  20.67%  beifofn m u P frhrcaTercr;el , r bUrSemen ' *  3 "    ““  eXpen “ S 35 a "° w3d by la *  1113  «« — will no,  Texasls^o^sin^mo^^^nrto certai^^heMariff ^r instanttfe    t     and     * a rge    volume    classes,    CenterPoint   a5SOdated Wi,h i,S s,0 ' 3939as   www.centerpointenergy.com/southtexasdivlsionratecasefilina  In addition anw °“ st ° n ' Texas 77002 a " d wil1 be  posted at  date on which the change would w^as become effective    *2967,    at    any    "me    within 30 days following the  Cogjlqueo^^afomwciaimemeTomoCent^^nTEnergyEntexyCemerpQint^n e exa  T de Ce3terP ° int Ener gy Resources “Compañía") que la Compañía ha presentado una solicitud para aumentar las tlriflVri+u™    ! ¿enterPoint Texas"o la     888    152    1      326    44      528    15    1  1  3      792    136      1,357    145      891    58    1      133    6      368    41    2      529    46    1  1  7      708    73      4,834    260      6,427    154    2      217    20          1,163    174    1  49      27,690    1,195      131    22          912    61    1  30      7,071    697      -    1          100    11          465    31          213    35          980    82          1,136    155    2      228    19          2,381    169    5      2,760    124    7      567    47          388    29    1      474    32          762    66    3      253    13          848    47    1      4,166    617    28      1,209    181    10      779    131    1      238    23          3,984    466    13      6    19    1      1,263    105    2      1,101    124    1      901    53          3,185    223    6      11,610    830    27      587    76    2      518    50          7,104    592    25      126,232    9,550    292     Tuesday, January 4, 2011  In-Laws’ Bad Attitude Test Limits Of Woman’s Tolerance  DEAR ABBY: How does one live peacefully and get along with one's inlaws? I understand that everyone has different ideas, morals, etc., and I feel we should ail try to respect one another's differences. However, my in-laws make it extremely difficult to spend lime with them.  How does one eat at the same table with people who eat with their faces an inch from their plates and chew with their mouths open? How does one tolerate their complaining about everything and everyone? How does one coexist with people who think they're perfect and the rest of the world is flawed?  1 thought about giving them an etiquette book as a gift, but my spouse told me not to waste the money. - BITING MY TONGUE IN ST. PAUL, MINN.  DLAR BITING: An etiquette book would help only people who recognize they needed to consult one. The way to deal with your in-laws is, first, to remember they did one thing right: They produced your husband.  Because their table manners offend you, visit with them after mealtime whenever possible. If you can't avoid it, keep your eyes,on your own plate. When they complain, respond with something positive or tactfully redirect the conversation to another subject. When they present themselves as perfect, never disagree - and see them as infrequently as possible.  DEAR ABBY: My boyfriend of two years, "Bobby,” is still technically married to - and living with - his wife and child.  He says he "has" to stay there because his son has learning difficulties and needs his support.  Bobby wants to wait until his son is older and more stable. His wife is a shrew who is just there as a roommate. She knows all about our affair, but she wants to stay married. She says she still loves Bobby even though he no longer loves her.  This triangle is stressful for me and Bobby. Don't you think his wife should wake up and smell the coffee? Bobby and I want to get on with our life together without all of this baggage constantly interfering with your plans. What should we do? - HIS TRUE LOVE  Herald-Zeitung — Page 9  *  *  DEARABBY  Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as feanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Panline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles ,9006.9, or visit her Web site at  www.DearAbby.com .  DEAR I RUE LOVE: The person who should he smelling the coffee isn't Bobby's wife - it's you. You have invested two years of your life in a man who is as married as one can get. Bobby isn't going anywhere, and the sooner you accept that fact the sooner you can find an eligible man to spend your life with. T his may seem hard to accept, but if you don't believe me, just give your "true love" an ultimatum.  I TEAR ABBY: I )oes a woman consider a man s invitation to lunch as the next thing to his asking her to sleep with him? And what do others think about this invitation if the female mentions it to her husband or friends?  One etiquette book said, in effect, "If the lunch is not about business, it's about sex. " Pretty severe, I think.  I asked a female co-worker to lunch for purely social reasons, but I have gotten reactions of derision from others about it. Can't a man ask a female to lunch without some sort of negative social reaction? -- LET'S DO LUNCH MISSOUIA MONT.  DEAR LET'S IX) LUNCH: In my book lie can. And many do. To ask .someone to lunch in the bright sunlight of high noon in a casual restaurant is hardly what I'd call a proposition. And I've never seen an etiquette book that implied that it is. It appears the "others" you have been telling have dirty minds and enjoy razzing you.  cousmrs  WÄKTEB  fugitives  apprehended  ALMACUER,  LEEROY  Sax: Male Height: 5'11"  Weight: 235 lbs DOB: 12/09/1984  Charge: Motion to proceed with adjudication for possession of a controlled substance  BAKER, JAMES FRANCIS  Sox: Male Height: 6'00"  Weight: 171 lbs DOB: 10/03/1978  Charge: Failure to appear for Unauthorized use of a vehicle and bail jumping/ failure to appear  BEERS, ADAM RALPH  Sex: Male Height: 5’10"  Weight: 145 lbs DOB: 08/02/1991  Charge: Motion to revoke probation for burglary of a building and arson  CULP, KRISTYN ELAINE  Sox: Female Height: 5'04"  Weight: 220 lbs DOB: 03/09/1969  Charge: Motion to revoke probation for theft of stolen property over $1500 under $20,000 by check  HOWARD, RUBIN JOHN  Sex: Male Height 5’11"  Weight: 155 lbs DOB: 10/20/1969  Charge: Motion to proceed with adjudication for possession of marijuana  IBARRA, ELIAS RODRIGUEZ  Sex: Male Height: 5'05"  Weight: 165 lbs DOB: 07/30/1969  Charge: Court's motion to proceed with adjudication for forgery financial instrument  KRUSE, RONALD WAYNE  Sex: Male Height 5'11"  Weight 190 lbs DOB: 07/01/1954  Charge: Motion to proceed with adjudication for possession of a controlled substance  RHODES, JEREMIAH GLEN  Sex: Male Height: 5’11"  Weight: 185 lbs DOB: 06/12/1984  Charge: Motion to revoke probation for possession of a controlled substance  SUAREZ,  LEEROY  Sex: Male Height 5‘10“  Weight 180 lbs DOB: 06/02/1983  | Charge: Murder/ Aggravated Assault with a 1 deadly weapon  I *3000 REWARD IF TIP [ LEADS TO HIS ARREST  YANAS,  STEVEN  Sex: Male Haight: 5‘9"  Weight: 160 lbs DOB: 06/23/1982  Charge: Possession of a controlled substance   $ gOO reward  or informal inn Inaiti,,« Ik :____,    .    _    ........ .............  Tall«?! :::!° rmaUon ,eadin 9 the arrest of Comal County's Most Wanted Callers will    CALL    24-Hour    Phone    number    (830)620    ¿400  Mon-Frl 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (830)620-3411.  PuM^Kcc.. 1 ^    ..................... . * hi.* .,,, ixr. M so,, imnouncd  «f Crimina' wsrrarn. W,.h the Stair, Olhce a ,d 7m i.oi. vo     5     i"' 1 ’ 1 "**    Ml '  **“ —-      .■— KSÄÄ =tí,:    f-%-»   

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