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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Unicorn band members earn honors at TLC Many members of the New Braunfels High School band participated In the District XII University Interscholastic League Solo and Ensemble Contest at Texas Lutheran College in Seguin Saturday. Thirty-one students received first division awards while six first division awards were received by NBHS ensembles. Ten second division solo awards were given to Unicorn band members while three NBHS ensembles received second division honors. First division awards: Christy Englerth, Elizabeth* Rodriguez, Karen Knippa, Sonya Campos, Michelle Simmonds and Leslie Nelson on flute; Beth Dierksen and Kingsley Kohler on oboe; Grade Salazar, Melissa Farias, Pam Lard, Alice Kraft and Robert Houde on clarinet and Stephanie Leyh and Yvette Gorda on saxophone. Jason Crawford, Lori Gansky, Audra Zabava, Robin Shropshire, Ron Gooch, Robert Bacon, Brian Borgfeld and Eva Hocker on trumpet; Cora Nowotny on French horn; Scott Eddy, Carl Lamsfuss and Brian Vauter on tuba; Mike Michie and Rodney Brooks on percussion; and Caro Nowotny and Beth Dierksen on piano. Ensembles receiving first division ratings were: Debbie Fischer, Pam Calendar of Events Government New Braunfels Utilities: special meeting, 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Senior Citizens Center. Organizations New Braunfels Marsch and Wandergruppe:    7:30 p.m. Thursday, American Legion Post Home, 410 W.Coll. AAM Mothers Club: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Forke Store, Conservation Plaza. Men’s Garden Club. 7:30 p.m. Thursday, First Federal Savings and Loan meeting room. SPEBSQUA: (Barbershoppers) get-acquainted open house, 8 p.m. Thursday, St. Paul Lutheran Church. (lf you would tike to announce your group's activities in the newspaper, call us at 625-9144 or send us a notice to PO. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Texas, 78131. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p m. the day before publication. Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 pm. Friday ! Keep an eye on the news in tho Herald Zeitung Lard and Grade Salazar in a clarinet trio; Brian Borgfeld, Cher! Bueche, Scott Eddy, Jason Geistweldt and Robin Shropshire in a brass quintet; Leigh Bateman, Melissa Farias, Kingsley Kahler, Mike Orr and Elizabeth Rodriguez in a woodwind quintet; Carole Deltz, Carolyn Fey, Stephanie Leyh and Chad Watson in a saxophone quartet; David Houde, Alice Kraft and Camaile Skarovsky in a clarinet trio; and Todd Brown, Paul Barns, Rene Gutierrez and Mike Michie in a percussion ensemble. Unicom band members receiving a second division on their solo performances were: Debra Blackwell, flute; Robert Bourquin and Camaile Skarovksy, clarinet; Brittney Tetrault, Jennifer Ray and Nancy Kadlecek, trumpet; Amy Starnes, French hora; Solor Smith, tuba; Stacy Zipp and Stephanie Leyh, piano. Ensembles receiving second division ratings were: Will Rob Borchers, Ron Gooch, Nancy Kadlecek, Mike Orr and Mike Sanchez in a brass quintet; Robert Bacon, Jason Crawford, Danny Dietert and Evan Hocker in a trumpet quartet; and Cara Nowotny, Christy Englerth, Libby Menn, Beth Dierksen and Lou Ann Schriewer in a woodwind quintet. Hwrald-Zfltung IUSPS 377 880) lf you have not received your paper by 5 30 p m. Tuesday through Friday or by 7 30 a rn. Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 pm. and 11 a rn., respectively. Published Sunday morning and Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S Casted Ave, New Braunfels, TX 78131 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co , 186 S Casted Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131 Dave Kramer General Manager Claude Scruggs........Publisher Shirlene Thornton . Office Manager Robert Johnson..........Editor Dave Kramer . Advertising Manager Cheryl McCampbell .. . Class Mgr Don Avery    Circulation Manager Carol Avery .. Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbe!   ......Pf***    Foreman Wanda lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David King  .......Sports    Editor Patricia Yznaga King . . Wire Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, uadalupe, Hays, Blanco and endall Counties 3 months, $10.78; months, $18 82; one year, $33 64 lait delivery outside Comal County i Texas: 3 months $18 92; 6 months, $33 64: one year $63 08 lad outside Texas 6 month*, 42.00; one year $ 70.00 Postmaster:    Send address henge* to P O. Drawer 361, New Irpunfels, TX 78131 Post office customers faced long lines in their search for two-cent stamps this week. Postal rates went up to 22 cents Sunday, and Monday was a federal holiday. As a result, the post office was full Tuesday, with most customers seeking two-cent stamps to go with their now-inadequate 20-cent leftovers. Deaths Anita Hagenlgans Anita Hagenlgans, 66, died Feb. 20 in San Marcos. Services will be at IO a.m. Saturday at Pennington Funeral Home Chapel in San Marcos. Burial will be in San Marcos Cemetery. She was born in New Braunfels. Survivors include a son, Bobby Charles Hagenlgans of Florida; a daughter, Mary Jo Caudel of California; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, Charlie Hagenlgans, grandfather, Walter Schwerdtfeger, and grandmother, Lillie Kutscher Albert Serna Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Albert Serna, 53, of 1894 W. Bridge. He died Wednesday, Feb. 20, at Humana Hospital in San Antonio. Henry Eppinger Services for Henry Eppinger of 669 W. Zipp Road will be at IO a m. Friday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev. Lynden Kincaid of San Antonio officiating. Graveside services will follow at 2 p.m. in Cotulla Cemetery. Eppinger, 72, died at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, at Guadalupe Valley    Memorial Hospital. The son of Gotlieb and Ida Louise fnee Dittmar) Eppinger, he was born on Aug. 12, 1912 in Texas. He married Celesta Ann (nee Pohl) Eppinger on Oct. IO, 1935 in Cotulla. He lived in New Braunfels for 20 years, and was a retired brakeman for Missouri-Pacific Railroad. He was also a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Celesta Eppinger of New Braunfels; daughter, Mrs. Muriel Phelps of Missouri; sons, Roscoe Eppinger and George Eppinger, both of San Antonio; sister, Fay Bell of New Braunfels; brother, George W. Eppinger of New Braunfels; half-brothers, B.A. Allen of Houston, and Fred Eppinger of New Mexico: eight grandchildren, and five greatgrandchildren. PUBLIC NOTICE I AT&T Communications of the Southwest, Inc. (“AT&T Communications”), in accordance with the Public Utility Regulatory Act and the rules of the Public Utility Commission of Texas (“PUC") hereby gives notice of its intent to implement a new schedule of rates for its services. The new rates will be effective February 22, 1985, unless otherwise determined by the PUC. All customers and classes of customers would be affected by the proposed rates. AT&T Communications has filed restructured tariffs designed to more closely recover access and other costs for private line, DATAPHONE* Digital Service, OCC Facilities, WATS and 800 services. Also proposed is the institution of a charge for directory assistance to begin to recover access costs incurred for such service, and increases in rates for operator assisted AT&T Long Distance calls. AT&T Communications is proposing to restructure its AT&T Long Distance Service and to reduce its overall revenues from basic long distance approximately $25 million. While long distance rates will, in most instances, be reduced, certain AT&T Long Distance rates are proposed to be increased to more nearly recover the access charges approved by the PUC for such service The proposed new rates for alt services would result in an increase in adjusted test period revenues of $123 4 million, or 11.3 percent. A complete copy of the proposed tariffs are on file with the Texas Public Utility Commission. Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the Commission as soon as possible A request to intervene or participate or for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Blvd., Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757 Further information also may be obtained by calling the Public Utility Commission Consumer Affairs Division at (512) 458-0223 or (512) 458-0227 or (512) 458-0221 teletypewriter for the deaf. AT&T Communications Classified is sure to measure up! 625-9144  i   sh—erte J NBHS Council to host meeting New Braunfels High School’s Student Council will host the 1985 District 18 Student Council Convention at the Wursthalle Saturday. The theme of this year’s convention is “Makin’ Do With Whatcha’ Got." “We invited all of District 18 (approximately 25 schools) and we invited Fredericksburg and Highlands,” Student Council member Rhonda Fritsche said. “Our big project is the can drive for the Statue of Liberty. In the newsletter that Bastrop (the district’s parliamentarian chapter) sent out, we asked everybody to collect cans for almost a month and bring them to the Wursthalle. We’re going to have a little presentation,” she continued. Saturday’s program will include two speakers - Bob Gaylor and NBHS teacher Judy Seifert - as well as an “Idea Round-Up.” Of the round-up, Fritsche said, “We asked each school to bring 50 copies of their best project that they’d done for the year and somebody to explain it.” NBHS’s project will be “The Breakfast of Champions” which was held in the fall prior to the New Braunfels-Canyon football game. Following a fajita lunch and a dance which will feature Mogan David and The Grapes of Wrath, the second general session will include an election. New Braunfels High School, which is the district’s second vice president, has approximately 50 members in its chapter. The sponsors are Ruthie Perkins and Benno Engel. Keep an ear to the ground on local events in the Harald-Zeitung Weather a i. DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY: Kim Caffoy, Fifth Grade, Carl Schurz Texas Wvm moil GuM air streaming northward brought light drizzle today rn western part* o< North end South Central Tanas and more precipitation was expected later Low clouds blanketed much of of the state Fog along the middle and upper Gulf coast lowered vieibilitiee to nearly one-quarter mile in the Beau mon tPod Arthur area Scattered thunderstorms rumbled through the northeeetern Panhandle end South Plains while few were common to the weet of the Dave Mountains Winds were eouth to eoutheeeterly at 18 to 28 mph and tight in the far weet Guett up to 30 mph were clocked over parts of North Taxes Low temperatures ranged from the 50e end SOs to th# upper 30s in th* ftr west Extremes were 38 degrees st El Psso and 69 degrees et Brownville Other readings at 6 a rn were SO degrees et Abilene Waco Midland Stephenville end OeMeeFort Worth Regional Airport 64 et Austin end Sen Antonio end 58 at Wtch ta Fake Also Amarillo had 56 degrees Brownsville 69 Corpus Christi, 87: El Peso 39 Sen Angelo 63 end Lubbock 56 Patchy drizzle wee expected to grow into scattered afternoon showers end them derstorms Highs should be m the 60s end 70s except the middle 80s in the Big Bend Texas forecast* North Texas Rather windy tonight with some drizzle a gem end scattered thun derstorms Lows 52 northwest to 67 southeast Friday scattered to numerous thunderstorms Highs 60 northwest to 74 southeast South Texas Mostly cloudy and mild with scattered showers through Friday Patches of light drizzle northwest Wmdy along the coast both Friday Lows from the low 60s north to the upper SOs south West Texas Scattered showers and thunderstorms through Friday A taw possibly heavy east of the mountains through Friday Cooler moat sections by Friday highs today mostly 80s except to mid 80s along the Big Bend of the Rio Grande Lows tonight 40s to mid 50s except 30s Panhandle Highs Friday 50s to lower 60s except to upper 70s along th# Big Bend of the Rio Grande East Texas Warm tonight, humid again with drizzle end a chance of thunderstorms Low mid 60s Southeast wind 10 to 16 mph Chance of rem 50 percent Friday warm with thunderstorms likely High mid 70s Southeast wind 10 to 18 mph Chance of rem 60 percent Port Arthur to Port O'Connor Winds becoming southeast 20 to 26 Knots tonight end Fftday Sees 6 to 8 feet tonight Scattered showers through Friday Port O’Connor to Brownsville Southeast wind 20 to 26 knots through Friday Sees 6 to 8 teat tonight Widely scattered showers The Nation A storm pecking high winds spread enow over the Rock ie* today while showers dampened much of the nation s midsection end winter temperature* rose a bn Snow end gusty wmls prompted rev alar*' advisories today for the Colorado mountains end a stockmen*' advisory for th* Sen Lute Valley of South central Colorado Aa much as 8 inches of snow was expected rn the mountain* Ae much ae 8 inches of snow was forecast for centre! An/one's mountain* end up to 4 inch#* was predicted tor southeast Wyoming today Brought To You By...... H MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank P. O. Box 451 Main Plaza, New Braunfels. Texas 78130 512/625 8501. Member MCorp, MPACX and EDIC. New Braunfels HeratdZeitung    Thursday, February 21,1985    SA LESLIE KMIEWALO I HEHAlO ZEI I UNG Two-cents' worth ;