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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                DALLAS 752 410 MO53 T E X A S A M P J C A N MI C R 0 Fr I M ATT PETE SINCLAIR BOX 45436 TX 75245 Local Wurstfest offers full schedule Coftttl down 5 Water down 3d same Edwards Aquifer up Canyon Lake 15 Local Filmmakers shoot Wurstfest movie See below NewBraunfels Herald New Texas 218 Wednesday 1985 25 Cents 28 Pages3 Sections Sattler votes against Incorporation By SARAH DUKE Staff writer The people of Sattler rejected incorporation With 261 persons the incorporation move was defeated If thats what they thats what theyll thats the majority so that rules said David Thompson after learning the election results Thompson was one of the leaders in the incorporation County passes state issues From staff reports Comal County turned in surprising numbers for the offyear state constitutional amendment passing all but amendments and County Clerk Rosie Bosenbury said the totalicbunt of voters was higher than for the last amendment election two years but there had been a sizable increase in voter Until we have time to look at the I dont know that we really have a better We might have the same percentage on a larger voter she Totals on each proposed amend ment varied from on Proposition 8 to on Proposition The which approved the issuance of million in bonds for the Texas agriculture water con won in the for and 715 Only precincts and 21 voted weakly against this amendment and about 150 voters just skipped this Proposition which authorized million more bonds for the veterans housing assistance had a much harder time countywide with for and the biggest campaign was waged for Propositions 1 and which together comprise the first of three parts of a comprehensive water package to meet a number of water Proposition which was the heart of the proposal authorizing million in bonds and setting up the program and limitations for the passed here by Propositions 12 and 14 all passed with healthy margins and had See Page 12A Inside CLASSIFIED COMICS 2C CROSSWORD 6C PEAR ABBY 3B DEATHS 2A FOOD 14B HOROSCOPE 6C OPINIONS 4A SPORTS 810A STOCKS 12A WEATHER A TMtyf weather witt be mostly sunny and with coder conditions Forecasters predict pleasant wtttow tor the rest of the The Ugh temperature will be near 80 with the low near 40 T4syi fev was 47 degrees and bjgb was 74 IpMt m at with I hope they the people of Sattler have made the right decision else will have Thompson One of the reasons for the incorporation move was to protect the area from an nexation into New Braunfels or San According to the Texas Municipal an incorporation election can be held one year after one fails if the boundaries are not If the boundaries are significantly another incorporation election could be held in Rosie Comal County said there was a record tur nout at the polls in Sattler She said the county had no way of knowing exactly how many people were eligible to vdte 6ri the in corporation She added that she had expected about 200 to 250 and was surprised at the large number that actually did Weve had a lot of people who thought they could vote but werent in the boundary said Johnnie one of the election judges who worked at the polls in Before voting in the incorporation people had to show judges on a map where they Only those people living within the boundaries were eligible to Bezdek said there were no problems with people locating their homes on the The chamber of commerce is very delighted with the election said Ralph president of the Canyon Lake Chamber of Now that all of us at Canyon Lake have a chance to work together we welcome those that thought it the election should have gone the other way to join us and work to keep the area as We want the entire Canyon Lake area to havg a voice and say in the matter of And we Simply the wurst LESLIE TonKMari De La left is outraged that officer Krgddy on Broadways West Side was written by Bob Byxbee is doing all he can to get two rival gangs to Roberta Elliott and is playing at Circle Arts Theater during rumble In Wurst Side This years a Business owner released from jail By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer A 44yearold woman who was charged Sunday with felony theft over was released from Comal County Jail Tuesday evening on Gloria Enander Giannini of was arrested in San Antonio Sunday for allegedly passing a bad check at Texas Commerce Bank in Police said who recently purchased a local allegedly deposited the bad check then returned several days later to obtain a cashiers An unidentified citizen worked with New Braunfels Police and detained Giannini in San Giannini is on probation in where she was convicted of conspiracy to distribute counterfeit She also has been charged and released on bond in Alameda and Los Angeles counties in California and in Weslaco for similar said Felix head of the New Braunfels Police Department criminal investigation welcome them incorporation sup porters to work with us to develop a productive he Nancy and Larry of Canyon have been taking a census of the people around the They have drawn a map of the areas around the lake that they believe should be incorporated into a nine square mile See Page 12A State OKs water package DALLAS AP Houston Mayor Kathy Whitmire was ecstatic city voters gave her a third term over former mayor Louie but no more so than Mark White after Texans agreed with him that a billion water plan is crucial to the states This is a wonderful Whitmire said Tuesday after drawing nearly 59 percent of the vote in her race against the former fiveterm mayor who made public safety specifically AIDS the main issue in the Texas is the Our future is said White of the over whelming approval of the two water measures he spent so much time pushing in appearances around the Elsewhere in Tuesdays elections in San Antonio rejected a plan to fluoridate the city water despite Mayor Henry Cisneros active endorsement of the The city remains the second largest in the behind Los without fluoridated residents backed Mayor Bill Neild and City Coun cilman Wayne Turner in their recall election and rejected raising the minimum wage in the city to voters approved all 11 city propositions in a million bond the most expensive in the citys in El Paso for the second time in four years defeated a sales tax measure designed to finance an expanded bus Keith Oakley of Terrell and Republican Don Washburn of Ennis finished onetwo in the sixman contest to replace Gordon Doc Arnold and will meet in a See Page 12A Filmmakers shoot documentary about Wurstfest this week By SARAH DUKE Staff writer Be you might be on While most people at Wurstfest are busy having a good six film makers are busy filming and recording the event to make a documentary for public The from KLRN in San will be at Wurstfest this week filming the documentary which is expected to air next We want gft scenes from every part of And we want to go into the history of Wurstfest how it why it said Bill Imbrogno who is producing the Once the film is it will be offered to 57 public television stations Imbrogno said it will definitely run on stations in Imbrogno said he decided to make the documentary a year ago when he came to Wurstfest as a guest of Jack Ohlrich who was Per Grosse Opa of I was just here for one night but thats all it This is really he Imbrogno was working with Ohlrich on a film about the San AntonioAustin Corridor when he became interested in Imbrogno said he has metwith Joe president of the Wurstfest and die Opa Association a few times about the Were going to try to stay away from just the drinking part about We want this to be a timeless piece that can be used over and Imbrogno We want to explain that there is a lot more to it than just the He added that he is hoping to get film footage from German of similar festivals to explain the origins of We want to go into the Wurstfest Association and what it A lot of their money goes back into the Imbrogno It kindof works in just right because this is the 25th year of he Imbrogno added that he wants this documentary to be part of the Texas Sesquicentennial because the festival has so much to do with the heritage of the The crew will be filming all parts of Wurstfest the marketplace and out on the Scenes like this will be in the Wurstfest film LESLIE KRIE HERALD ZEITUNG   

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