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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Canada won't go along with Star Wars research OTTAWA (AP) — Canada will not formally participate in the research phase of President Reagan’s Strategic Defense Initiative, known as the “Star Wars” plan, but does not oppose it, Prime Minister Brian Mulroney said Saturday. While    the    government is rejecting    the    U.S. invitation, private Canadian companies will be free to bid on research contracts in the Strategic Defense Initiative , he said. “After careful and detailed consideration, the government of Canada    has    concluded that Canada’s own policies and priorities    do    not warrant a g ivernment-to-government effort in support of SUI research,” Mulroney told reporters after a day-long meeting of legislators of his Progressive Conservative Party. The prime minister said Canada believes it would be prudent for the United States itself to proceed with the Star Wars research “in light of significant advances in Soviet research" in similar areas. He also said his government believes the research program is consistent with U.S. treaty obligations. In Washington. White House spokesman Albert R. Brashear said Mulroney had called Reagan and informed him of Canada’s action. “The president thanked the prune minister for the opportunity to work with Canadian private corporations that can and will participate in SOI research,” Brashear said. He declined further comment. The United States invited its North Atlantic Treaty Organization partners and other allies to participate in the Strategic Defense Inititiave, but so far no country has accepted without qualifications. Mulroney said he did not think the Reagan administration would be disappointed by Canada’s action. “This is decision made by a sovereign state, (with) an independent foreign policy which we have always had,” he said. Canada had at first expressed interest in the plan, with some attention on the number of jobs it might create, but it balked when Washinton requested a esponse within 60 days to its formal invitation, issued during a March meeting of NATO. In Hamburg. West Germany, Research Minister Heinz Riesenhubery was quoted Saturday as saying West German participation in research in the Star Wars plan “cannot be justified by civilian-research .ethnology gains." Council will consider two bond issues Issuing bonds. That is what New Braunfels City Council will be talking about at its Monday night meeting. Council will approve the emergency reading of an ordinance authorizing New Braunfels Utilities to issue $4.78 million in revenue bonds. The money is the first phase of Utility Manager Bob Sohn’s original $26 million proposal. it will be followed by $8.66 million in 1986-87, $4.63 million in 1987-88. and $8.49 million in 1988-90. With the issuance of bonds, Sohn says Utilities customers should see an average increase in a residential electric bill of 50 cents a month. Water and sewer rate increases should be around 40 cents a month for the average user. Also Monday, council will formally set the date for its own bond issue election — Oct. 19. The city plans an $11,755 million proposal, which includes improvement plans for parks, streets, drainage systems, and public buildings. Council Monday also will consider approving a resolution for an agreement among New Braunfels Utilities, the city and Green Valley Water Supply Corporation for the acquisition of water easements and facilities. The resolution also allows for the realignment of boundaries for service. Other items on Monday’s agenda: — Third reading of an ordinance rezoning three lots in Rover’s Retreat Subdivision at the southwest corner of FM 306 and Bretzke Lane to C-l i local business). — Third reading of an ordinance requiring private garbage haulers to be licensed. Several businesses in town have garbage containers and loads too large for city trucks. This ordinance allows private collectors to operate in the city. — Second reading granting a special use permit to allow Marge Crumbaker and Betty Mitchell to establish a restaurant in a home at 600 Elizabeth Ave. — Second reading of an ordinance granting a special use permit to the owners of IO acres at 1521 S. Mesquite Ave. The Clyde Scott family agreed last month to restrict the use on the land to condominiums. — First reading of an ordinance to repeal the city's emergency drainage ordinance, established early this year. Council also will approve an ordinance enacting an interimDeathsGeorge M. Looney, Jr. Graveside services for George M. Looney, Jr., of 209 Melody I^ane, New Braunfels, will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with the Rev. Al Houk of New Braunfels officiating. Looney, 57, died Sept. 6 at the Oakcrest Inn Convalescent Center. He was born July 22,1928 to George Matthew and Mayme Agnes (nee Gelabert) Ixxrney, Sr. of MacAllister, Okla. He was a member of New Braunfels Christian Church. looney is survived by his brother Harold R. looney of New' Braunfels. Memorials may be made to the New Braunfels Christian Church. drainage ordinance, establishing a drainage board of adjustments, extending the board’s policy to cover the building and subdivision ordinances, and providing a sunset clause. — Emergency reading of an ordinance repealing a previous ordinance that sold Sanger Avenue to abutting landowners. The first ordinance was approved in January, but the prospective owners did not send the city any money. In June, council agreed to have the property re-appraised and the buyers sent a letter saying they did not want the street any more. — Emergency readings of two ordinances pertaining to city employees’ involvment in the Texas Municipal Retirement System. — Resolution to transfer funds from contigency to council account to donate to the Sesquicentennial Committee. — Resolution giving hotel-motel room tax revenue from the special projects fund to Compania de Danza Folklorica. — Request from Comal County Fair Association for the parade on Sept. 27. — Request from James Fulmore to be given more time to connect his house at 225 W. Lincoln St. to public sewer. — Authorize the advertisement for bids for lease purchase of police cars, and award bids for garbage dumpsters for the sanitation department and a pickup truck for the animal control division. The meeting will be begin at 7:30 p.m. in City Hall council chambers. At 6:45 p.m ., council will meet with Comal ISD superintendent Bill Brown to discuss bond issue election strategies.LeRoy Davis Services will be at IO a.m. Monday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for I>eRoy Davis of Los Angeles. The Rev. Eddie Millett, Jr. of New Braunfels will officiate. Burial will follow in Comal Cemetery. Davis, 48, died Aug. 31 in Ix>s Angeles. He was born Oct. 7, 1936 to Willie and Lillie (nee Ramsey) Davis in New Braunfels. He married Edna Davis Aug. 27, 1956 in I>os Angeles. Davis was the owner of a liquor store and had served in the U.S. Army. Davis is survived by his wife Edna Davis of Los Angeles; his sister Lucille Garcia of New Braunfels; and his brother Arnold H. Davis of New Braunfels.Roger Dale Goll Roger Dale Goll, 37, died Aug. 27. Services were Aug. 30 at Sunset Funeral Chapel in San Antonio. Burial followed in Bracken Community Cemetery. Goll was survived by his wife Patricia Goll; parents Dolly and Raymond Goll of Bracken; daughter Tina Marie; sisters Diana Sander of 1,-ongview and Raeane Wetz of Bracken. Heart Association, local grocers sponsor food festival Incinerator plans move forward The American Heart Association wants Comal County residents to think twice as they walk down the aisle — the grocery store aisle that is. This week H E B and Kroger stores in New Braunfels will participate in American Heart’s Food Festival. Developed by the American Heart Association, the Food Festival focuses attention on the selection of foods that meet AHA dietary guidelines. The two supermarkets will provide “help your heart" messages on grocery bags, display windows posters promoting the festival, have their emplyees wear stickers to promote the event. use print ads and other literature providing nutrition messages. Other activities could include cooking demonstrations, tours of the store to learn how to read nutrition labels on fowl packages, how to select lean cuts of meat, and ways to make food substitutions for a more nutritious diet. Americans Heart's Fowl Festival is the first national health awareness project held cooperatively by a national health agency and supermarket. “The week-long event is aimed at creating awareness of nutrition," according to William L. Winters, Jr.. M I)., president of the Texas affiliate of the AHA. “While a consumer will probably not make any major dietary pattern changes in one week, we hope that through this event people will become aware of the role diet plays in their overall health. This is the beginning of what we hope will become an annual nutrition awareness event." AHA’s guidelines for wise eating patterns emphasize weight control; a limited intake of cholesterol, saturated fats, refined sugar and swlium; and the assurance that the diet includes a variety of foods. Weather Texas Showers and thunderstorms were widely scattered across much of Texas Saturday, with the heaviest storms in northwest, west and south Texas. Heavy thunderstorms peppered southeast Texas near Houston and ^Grange, and tile Kent and Fort Stwkton areas rn West Texas. In the northwest, the storms were located between Throckmorton and Breckenridge. Skies were partly cloudy elsewhere, with a IO to 20 mph south wind pushing afternoon Inglis well above normal. By 4 p.m., temperatures in the 90s were reported statewide except in ram-cooled parts of southeast Texas. A thunderstorm dropped Houston’s temperature to 82, while a half dozen sites between Childress and McAllen were an even IOO. The forecast for North Texas calls for isolated thunderstorms Sunday and Monday afternoon. Highs will be in the rind- to upper 90s and overnight lows in the mid-70s. In West Texas, isolated thunderstorms are expected in the southwest mountains through Monday with mostly sunny and very warm days elsewhere. Highs will be in the 90s to around IOO in the Big Bend. Overnight lows will be in the upper 50s to 60s. Widely scattered thundershowers are forecast for the southeast portions of Texas Sunday. South Texas can expect hot days and partly cloudy skies through Monday. Highs will be in the 90s and near 102 iii the southwest. Overnight lows will be in the 70s, and near 80 along the coast. Forecast North Texas- Isolated afternoon thunderstorms Sunday and Monday, otherwise continued partly cloudy and hot. Highs Sunday and Monday in the mid to upper 90s. Ixiws Sunday night in the mid 70s. South Texas- Partly cloudy and hot days with fair and mild nights through Monday. Widely scattered thundershowers west and southeast tonight and southeast Sunday. Ixiws mostly in the 70s except near 80 along the coast. Highs mostly 90s except near 90 along the coast and near 102 southwest. Port Arthur to Port O’Connor-South winds IO to 15 knots through Sunday night. Seas 3 to 5 feet. Winds and seas higher in and near widely scattered thunderstorms. Extended forecast South Texas- Widely scattered mainly afternoon and evening thunderstorms in Southeast Texas Tuesday, and Southeast Texas and coastal plains Wednesday and Thursday. Otherwise partly cloudy with warm nights and hot afternoons. I/ms in the 70s, except near BO immediate coast. FIRST ANNIVERSARY SALE Are you considering reroof mg with a lifetime roof? lf so, please consider an elegant cand far less expensive alternative. We are instituting a special promotion to sell JOO OOO square feel of. ELK PRESTIQUE PLUS SHINGLES These are the ultimate in composition shingles, 370 lbs. per square, and backed by Elk    Rooting Products 40 YEAR GUARANTEE! These premium shinnies can be applied on most houses for as low as 91* per square feet. During our promotion, ive will install a standard composition roof as low as 62c per square foot. Worried about rotten decking, fascia or trim ? As a supplement to our sale, we will replace up to 32 square feet of plywood roof deck up to 30 feet of lumber at nolabor charge woo: UU AND EHMPDtUKlC-i' Residential/Commercial Always free estimates - call us regarding insurance claims. For facts and figures pertaining to your roofing needs: New Braunfels-629-1885 San Antonio-822-8754 Financing arrangements of the solid waste incinerator has begun to fall into place, a representative of Energy Advancement Inc. said. In the City-County Solid Waste Management Board meeting, recently, Charles Fiedler with Energy Advancement said negotiations with the Comal County Industrial Development Board are in progress. Fiedler’s company will try to finance the construction of the incinerator with Industrial Development Bonds Also the West German company, Seamanns-Alice, is in the process of becoming a partner in the project. “We are entering into contracts with construction engineering firms and with operating and maintenance firms," Fiedler said. The board members and Fiedler went over the contract changes recommended by the city attorney. The contract presented a month ago by Fiedler calls for leasing 11.9 acres of the present landfill to Energy Advancement Inc. which will build and operate an incinerator and use the burning trash to generate electricity. The $1 yearly lease, which the tenant can terminate after a 90-day notice, remains in effect for 15 years with two five-year renewable options. All of the cost of construction will be taken care of by Energy Advancement, and the municipalities and industries will pay $15.75 per ton in 1985 dollars for dumping. The increases in fees would be based on the consumer price index, rather than any company figures of increased operational costs because the latter system would lead to audits of books and arguments between the parties, Fiedler said. “We want a scale to measure the tonnage." City Manager Joe Michie said. “This system based on cubic yards of trash and numbers of trucks is not satisfactory." Fiedler agreed that could be done. “Who is responsible for any pollution that occurs?" Bob Quent, Calendar of events New Braunfels City Council: 7:30 p.m. Monday, City Hall. Comal County Commissioners Court:    IO am. Monday, County Courthouse. Mariou City Council:    7 p.m. Monday, City Hall. Guadalupe County Commissioners: IO a.in. Monday, County Courthouse. Edwards Underground Water District: IO a.m. Tuesday, EUWD office in San Antonio. Landa Park Golf Course Advisory Board: 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, Golf Pro Shop. Rivers Oversight Committee: 7 p.m. Wednesday, New Braunfels National Bank. C1SD: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Frazier Elementary School. <5y ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME It's hard to answer children s questions about death and ♦unerals CAN >OU ANSWER ALLTHEIR QUESTIONS? We know how difficult it is but we can help you help them understand Caw us Or stop in and talk with us We are here to help ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME 615 Landa Street ggpa 625-2349 SERVING THE NEW BRAUNFELS AREA FOR OVER A QUARTER CENTURY supervisor of the landfill, said. “The landowner is responsible," Fiedler explained. “We cannot be liable for what may have been in the ground (buried) before we took over." The incineration process disposes of 80-85 percent of the solid waste, making the landfill last much longer. "In a Chapter ll situation (bankruptcy) and the court takes over the assets, will we be allowed any say-so ?'» Michie asked. County Judge Fred Clark said the city-county board could state a preference, but ultimately the court was the trustee. “Bankruptcy court would listen very closely to your wishes, because you would still be the landowner and major client,” Fiedler said. “I just don't want to see the plant shut down even for a day," Michie said. “That’s my chief concern." Both city and county representatives on the board were concerned with a part of the contract that allowed Energy Advancement to sublet some of the land without the board’s consent. Herald-Zeitung (USPS 377 880) lf you have not received your paper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or by 7:30 a m. Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p.m. and 11 a m., respectively. Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Casten Ave., New Braunfels TX 78131. Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131. 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