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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday Communications 25 cents September Pages 2 Sections USPS 377880 Mew Texas Water task force decides to go to work By SANDRA JACKSON Staff writer After spending a year and a half trying to decide if they really had the Citizens Task Force on Water decided last night at Smithson Valley High School to get Betty who has spearheaded the appealed to those present to become actively All were trying to do is get she Well take five to 10 years to get another water The group has had a hard time getting any in terest from the Canyon Lake This is not a popular Baker No one wants to think they wont have The ramifications are just and the growth is going to The task force passed out a newly prepared brochure showing a map of the area involved and information which has been obtained on the The purpose of the Citizens Task Force is to objectively document and inform the public on its findings concerning the quality and quantity of the ground water supply of the Glen Rose and Cow Creek water formations in Comal the possible supplemental ground and surface water and possible means of obtaining sup plemental The Glen Rose and Cow Creek water formations are porous limestone formations whose quality of water is but whose quantity is limited and always will Limited water formations such as they are depleted by two major factors population growth and Several supplemental sources and theories not considered feasible are the fault block theory that Canyon Lake is recharging the Glen Rose and Cow Creek drilling deeper damming up the drilling the Cibolo for another and hooking up to the Edwards These conclusions have been drawn after talking with experts such as Dick Reeves of the Geological Herbert Grubb of the Texas Depart ment of Water Resources and Leroy Goodson of the Guadalupe Blanco River The group has concluded that the most feasible and viable supplemental lource is Canyon Its next step is to investigate the many different en Fair preparations Aleyo rakes leaves in preparation for the Comal County Fair 2428 while Andy Ortiz takes Divi Cricket for a gallop and Ronnie works on a titles that can be formed for the purpose of obtaining a supplemental There are taxing and nontaxing entities to To conduct this the group formed three com and One observer last night time is on our not only its The Means Committee will be chaired by Cameron Members serving are Eric Randy Beth Chuck Bill Frobese and Raymond Publicity Committee includes JoAnn Sue and Sybil The Education Committee consists of Betty Chuck Raymond Ed Sheffler and Ray Weve cried all we can Weve got to get to Weve been inef fective because we couldnt get to all the We need appealed The group will hold its fourth town meeting on water on 15 at at Smithson Valley High School to discuss all the means available and give the public the opportunity to ask Lawyer testifies on Brilab figure link HOUSTON AP A Justice Department lawyer has testified that an FBI informant in the Brilab in vestigation could be considered a central figure in insurance fraud in the United Bruce the first witness Wednesday in the federal court trial of Texas House Speaker Billy Clayton and Austin attorneys Randall Wood and Donald was subjected to a sharp crossexamination on the part played by informant Joseph The defense made it clear it would attempt to prove that Hauser was trying to land a big fish in the in vestigation so he would get a short prison term on his second conviction involving insurance Kelton said 30month sentence on the first con but on the second charge filed in had pleaded guilty and agreed to work with the FBI socalled for Inside COUNTY SOIL After the Brilab Hauser was given two years on the guilty but this was to run concurrently with the previous Kelton also testified that this meant Hauser wouldnt have to serve a single extra day in The justice department lawyer also said Hauser was paid over for his including a month for apartment Wood and Ray were in dicted June 12 by a federal grand jury on charges of fraud and conspiracy in an alleged insurance kickback Also charged was Moore of Deer regional director of the International Operating Engineers tried In answer to another J Kelton said the government estimated Hauser may have taken in as much as million in his various and that he had been involved in a Swiss bank although not under the name of in opening Roy Claytons said the FBI used put together a and misrepresented things in an effort to get an indictment against He said the government actually attempted to create a crime where there is no I am personally offended by the action of my govern No one in the FBI ever heard anything bad about Speaker He had never even cheated at mar Assistant Attorney Ron Woods said the secret Brilab tapes will let you hear this crime You will get an insight into Texas Memorial Moorman honors all who died in Vietnam By HENRY KRAUSSE Staff writer An unusual memorial to Arno a New Braunfelser who died in Vietnam 10 years has been established at a San Antonio center for homeless Bill a lifelong friend of Voigts who also served in recently made a memorial donation to be used to purchase animals for Boysvilles 4H In a letter to Voigts Natalia Boysville Executive Director Nathan Charlton said the gift would be used to buy an have it raised and shown by one of the and then with the money used to buy another In this manner the memorial gift will go on for many years and help innumerable he We will try to be worthy of the confidence that Bill has placed in us Your son obviously meant a great deal to and he has taken this op portunity to express some of the things they the letter in a telephone said the donation was something he had wanted to do for 10 Its for all who died in Vietnam its something to remember them I really didnt want any publicity on but maybe other people will think about those Im very impressed by Boysville there are some very good programs there more people should know about Moorman Voigt and Moorman were buddies at New Braunfels High and both served in the Army after graduating in We were in the 101st Airborne Division in 1962 and Then Arno joined the Green I was in the Air Commandos serving Green Beret I didnt see him while in Viet Moorman Voigt was killed in action in June Charlton said the donation would be used to buy two show and the boy who raised them would show them in the Bexar County Junior Livestock The actual cost of the animal will be deducted after and hell be entitled to keep the Charlton I had a long talk with Moor Hes a heck of a nice and this gift means a great deal to Charlton
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