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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 Herald- Zeitung Hew Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, February 6, 1991 Weather_ Water Watch Comal River...............................282    cfs    (down    26) Canyon Lake Inflow.....................................582    cfs Canyon Lake outflow........................234    (down    3) Canyon Lake level..........................908.09    (up    .14) Edwards Aquifer.............................624.51    (up    .04) Texas forecasts    Saturday, in the 60s on Sunday. SOUTH TEXAS - Fair and cool    Lows in the 40s. Lower Rio tonight. Sunny and mild Thursday.    Grande Valley and plains - Highs Highs in the 60s to near 70 north.    in the 60s to near 70. Lows in the in the 70s south. Lows tonight in    40s to near 50. Southeast and the 40s except in the 50s extreme    upper coastline - Lows in the 40*. soulh- .    _    The    state Extended forecasts    A few showers perked in Frlday-Sunday    South Texas early today, but most SOUTH TEXAS — Fair and a    of the state can expect clearing little cool Friday and Saturday in    skies and warmer temperatures most regions, except for Coastal    tonight and Thursday. Bend, warmer Sunday. Hill Coun-    The clearing trend is expected to try and south central - Highs Fri-    last into the first part of the day in the 60s, Saturday in the 50s    weekend and perhaps longer. to near 60 and near 60 Sunday.    The shower activity was in the Low s in the 30s to near 40. Coastal    Brownsville area and in the Gulf of Bald - Highs near 70 through    Mexico to the east. Edwards Continued from Pag* I But other members felt the district would be unable to present the plan to legislators because of internal disputes. “There isn’t a snowball’s chance ... this will get passed until the Aquifier (board) is united and we all get together and make up a plan," said Jack Ohlrich, EUWD representative from Comal County. And if this plan has no chance of passing, there is no reason to spend $252,000 on a lobbyist. While some members felt spending the $252,000 would be a “wafted effort,” Gilbert Vazquez, legal counsel for the distria. challenged the district o start taking the legislation more seriously. “I don’t like to generate fees just to generate fees,” he said, “but is the district going to forefront the effort or will it sit on the sidelines? (Because) all other efforts have failed,” he said. In addition to opposing the lobbyist allotment, the district chose not to discuss any changes or amendments to the Drought Management Plan that was designed to reduce pumping demands and maintain spring flow in the Aquifer for endangered species. Obituaries “The Drought Management Plan cannot be enforced if no one can define what it is,” said Russell Masters, general manager of EUWD. The plan is used for conditions like the 1950s drought which was much more severe than the drought of 1989. “If the District chose to correspond the plan with the 1950s draft, then we can make the changes and have it taken care of,” he said. Some of the proposals in the Drought Management Plan include modifying rate structures where water rates increase for users at peak pumping times; enforcing a mandatory leak detection program for each purveyor, requiring purveyors to have mandatory plumbing fixtures; and providing mandatory water-efficient landscape design that would use plants with minimal water requirements. The plan also calls for the provision of economic incentives for industries that implement conservation by using an inverted rate structure in which the rates increase according to the amount of water a business uses. As the meeting came to a close, Zuniga told members the next time the district met they should “crack op>en the books” to better understand what they were voting for next time. Alma Dietz Adams Services for Alma Dietz Adams, 91, a resident of Eden Home in New Braunfels, arc pending with Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home. She died Feb. 5,1991. Felix Espinoza Services for Felix Espinoza of New Braunfels will be at IO a.m. Thursday at Holy Family Catholic Church with the Rev. Francis Maas officiating. Burial will be at Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. A rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. tonight at Zoeller Funeral Home. Mr Espinoza, 71, died Feb. 5, 1991, at Colonial Manor Care Center. The son of Elias and Petra (nee Castillo) Espinoza, he was bom Sept. 30, 1919, in New Braunfels. He married Trinidad Camareno Sept. IO, 1941, in New Braunfels. Mrs. Espinoza died in 1987. A lifetime resident of New Braunfels, Mr. Espinoza had been a laborer at the Dittlingcr Flour Mill. He is survived by seven daughters, Maria Martinez of Seguin. Gloria Medina, Helen Alvarado, Delia Gomez and Estella Martinez, all of New Braunfels, Esther Garcia of Houston and Janie Gonzalez of New Braunfels; three sons, Ramon Espinoza. Martin Espinoza. Mario Espinoza Sorry Hon, they had no roses I bought you a diamond instead Q 1/2 cwat .--po TW 45u Bb '1^5 carat carat '    ^    ^SO 299*' TW 450^    14    k ^fillmore mm* kihiit m>+ mxw W    OOO-JUT Tm rn m Gulf. Continued from Pag* 1 sein’s armies from Kuwait. “My own view is I’m somewhat skeptical that it would,” the president said Tuesday. The cornerstone of any ground offensive may well be an amphibious Stammtisch_ Conttnuad from Pag* 1 There are several Community Education classes in the Bracken-Garden Ridge area this month. On Feb. 7, “Living and Loving" begins. It’s a four-week course which guides parents toward finding solutions in raising children from birth through adolesence. Instructor is Dr. David Griffin of the Bracken United Methodist Church. “Small Business Tax Workshop" is Fd>. ll and is free. “Cooking with Eva” for both men and women will start Feb. 12 with instructor Eva O’Mahoney teaching how to cook “lightly." Shirt painting is Feb. 18 with Geraldine Jordan. Call 651-6197 to pre-register for these classes.... Christian Women’s Club invites the public to a luncheon Feb. 12 at Lake Breeze Ski Lodge in Jackson_ assault Pentagon sources said a U.S. Marine task force is maneuvering into position after a practice seaborne attack on the southern shore of the Arabian peninsula. The task force —made up of about McQueeney from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Folks from Henne Hardware will show some heart-warming gifts. Ruth Dunlap will sing songs from the heart and Robin Conrey, former Alaskan pipeline worker, will be the speaker. Reservations are necessary and cancellations essential. Call 629-0070 or 625-5926 for reservations. Free nursery is available by calling 620-5217 or 625-5926.... February is membership month for McKenna Memorial Hospital Auxiliary. Persons interested in joining should call Marie Kliefoth at 629-6770 or Joan Jemela at 625-9111, extenion 199.... The Mid-Texas Alumnae of Zeta Tau Alpha will meet at the home of Cathy Taylor, 417 Saddletree, at 7:30 p.m. tonight. All area alumnae are invited.... 17.000 Marines — is “slowly working its way north,” one Marine Corps officer said Tuesday. The Marines have massed around 90.000 of their number in the gulf region —which amounts to about 75 por-oent of the Corps. * ‘With that many in the region, it’s clear the Pentagon bass wants a classic Marine beach assault," said a senior military officer. Marine commanders say an amphibious attack, if it comes, will be the most complicated and dangerous port of an offensive to retake Kuwait The troops who would take port are well aware of that. “Most of the p>eople realize they will have heavy casualties, but no one likes to talk about it too much,” said Lance Cpl. Rod Sturkie, stationed aboard the USS Okinawa, an amphibious helicopter vessel. “Over the months, we got close and a lot of friendships have developed and so we don’t want to talk about our friends getting killed.’’ and Acisa Camareno, all of New Braunfels; a sister, Acisa Camareno of New Braunfels; eight step-sisters, Manuela Acevedo of New Braunfels, Lucia Tamez, Luiza Espinosa and Julie Ramirez, all of Canyon Lake, Ignacia Mojica and Maria Uballe, both of Austin, and Alma Sanchez and Rosie Carrillo, both of Dallas; four step-brothers, Alvaro Espinosa, Gregory Espinosa, Johnny Espinosa, all of Canyon Lake, and Raul Espinosa of Smithson Valley; 32 grandchil-den; and 29 great-grandchildren. Edwald Gully Services for Ewald “Gene" Gully of New Braunfels, were Feb. I at Goetz Funeral Home Chapel in Seguin. Burial was at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Mr. Gully, 76, died Jan. 29, 1991, at his home. He was bom Sept. 19, 1914. Mr. Gully served in World War II. He is survived by his wife, Elrinc Gully of New Braunfels; four children, Melba Jean Gully Hanes of San Antonio, Ed Gully of Seguin, Mark Gully of Kerrville, and Jerry Engclke of Houston; and four step-children, Joe Dcnby of Virginia, Wallace Dalby of Lockhart, James Dcnby of New Braunfels and Darlene Clennan of New Braunfels. Continued from Raga 1 rolls up ha sleeves and starts working on any TSPRA project in need of assistance,” said Cindy Randle of Carrollton Fanners Branch ISD in ha letter of nomination. “I know that wheneva and wherever I go for TSPRA functions, Sandy is there, often working behind the scenes to ensure that everything goes smoothly,” stated Robert Zamora of San Antonio ISD. “It’s because of her that our organization has grown and prospered,” said Dorian Martin of Eanes ISD. "This year, Sandy has worn two TSPRA hats — coordinating the reporters for the TASA/TASB Conference and serving as chairman of the TSPRA scholarship committee; Sandy was chairman of the award-winning 1988-89 Texas Public Schools Week campaign ‘See Us Shine;’ waked with on TSPRA’s strategic plan in 1989-90... and evaluated the visibility of current projects and offered suggestions to promote their success.” Jackson also was on the host committee for the NSPRA conference in San Anotnio and co-hosted the first-eva meeting of the Central Texas TSPRA in New Braunfels. "We’re extremely pleased that Sandy has received this recognition,” Dr. Arlen Tieken, acting superintendent of the Comal ISD, said today. “We feel she definitely is deserving of it and we are proud to have ha as a member of our staff.” The Texas association is part of the larga National School Public Relations Association. “It is a dynamic organization,” Tieken said. “It’s growing in numbers and in influence. It’s quite an honor.” Sullens_ Continued from Pag* 1 its regional editor. He held that post for a year before leaving to handle the public information effort of a state agency's 23-county region for three years. Sullens, 42, returned to the Par-is News as its managing editor and, a year lata, was promoted to editor. He has long been active in civic affairs, serving as a director of the chamber of commerce in Paris and as president of the Paris Foundas Lions Cub. In Galveston, he was active in the Galveston Morning Kiwanis Club, served as finance chairman of the Island District of the Bay Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and was a memba of the board of the William Temple Foundation and a memba of the board of councilors of St. Mary’s Hospital. He is secretary of the Texas Associated Press Managing Editors Association, a post that puts him in line for the presidency of that organization in three years. Sullens' wife. Carnie, is a fourth-grade teacher in the Gear Creek school district and soon will complete ha second masta’s degree and ha administrator’s ca-tification. The couple are members of the Gear Lake United Methodist Church where Mrs. Sullens serves on the administrative board. A native of Coop>a in northeast Texas, Mrs. Sullens is the daughta of Troy E. Kern, a farmer Texas legislator and twice president of the American Dairy Association. The new publisha and his wife have three children. Lisa, 19, is a student at the Univasity of Houston where she is an accounting major. Lynn, 17, is a junior at Clear Lake High School and Leah, 11, is a sixth grader. Mrs. Sullens and the couple’s two youngest children will move to New Braunfels in the near future. Body Energy. Continual from Pag* 1 Medical Examiner's office in Austin. Sgt. David Ott and Detective Richard Alvarez are in San Antonio today with fingerprints looking for clues to identify the victim, Hoherz said. “They are now working with San Antonio (Police Department) on trying to see if this guy might be from that area,” Hoherz said. Persons with information about the crime should call the Sheriffs Office at 620-3450 a Crime Slopers at 620-TIPS. Fuel Continued from Page I Rhodes. Conttnuad from Raga I er Collider. Rhodes had been the chief appraiser of Comal CAD for the post four years. The Comal CAD board of directors approved his resignation Tuesday. His last day at work in New Braunfels is Feb. 15. Deputy Chief Appraiser Lynn Rodgers will serve as acting chief appraiser until a permanent chief apipraiser can be found. Rodgers will assume the position Feb. 16. been based in New Braunfels since 1988, has had previous contracts with the government supplying up to 200 million gallons of fuel. The U.S. Deportment of Defense, through a defense fuels and supply center in Virginia, puts out solicitations for bids to companies worldwide for a number of fuels. Wills said. The current contract Wills has with the government will be supplying jet fuel to the government from a refinery in South America. “The United States government will load it into their owned or chartered vessels at the refinery where we are supplying the fuel," he said. “The two cargos will be coming from a rcfinay in Venezuela. We buy from them and sell.” Conttnuad from Page 1 enagy manager will be appwinted from within the district to help implement the program. Spears said consulting fees and the salary fa the enagy manager will be taken from the district's utility budget because he contractually guarantees that the immediate savings will exceed the total expanses for the program. “It’s a no-risk situation,” Spears said. “We think our program is an investment in the future." Superintendent Charles Bradberry said he is interested in instituting the Enagy Education program. “We’re just looking at a lot of ways to save money," he said. “I want them to put those savings back into the people (and programs) that are here.” Bradberry said up until now enagy saving measures have been mechanical in nature and the Enagy Education program is people-oriented. “We’ve put better windows. We’ve pmt betta time clocks. We've put better micro-processors and all those kinds of things,” he said. “The next laya that is left are the people kind of resource changes. “I think everybody could get excited about saving those dollars if we could place those dollars back into the people and resources that are UPHOLSTERY CLEANING hae,” he said. “This is a people program, not a mechanical program,” Spears said. The management plan will establish accountability for enagy usage at each campus, he said. “Such accountability is in a very positive spirit that motivates principals and staff to contribute to the success of the program. A major way to positively motivate is through the use of a recognition program that reinfaces the district’s energy goals.” The program will save enagy cost in the areas of electricity, natural gas, wata and sewer, he said. “The largest consuma of enagy in your school buildings is na betting, not air conditioning, but lighting,” he said. “In a typical Texas school the largest consuma of energy is lighting. “Our program is absolutely na going to tampa with the comfort of the occupants of your building,” he said. "The irony of our program is we will actually improve the environmental condition in your district.” TEimrS CLEANING till •{VV SERVICES 129-1322 ARE YOU ALLERGIC TO MOUNTAIN CEDAR OR OTHER POLLENS? 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