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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                LOST LIVING HUMMEL MAKE CHARMING STORY Seo Page 1B New Braunfels 130 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUNTY Home of Pat Scanlan Sunday May 1991 75 Cents Three 48 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Draunfclx llcnihl wishes happy birthday today lo Karen Mcli Jcanncltc Lorclta Iiercc and Christopher Happy birthday Monday lo Joan I Iclmkc and Sean Helmed best wishes to Jessica Johnny Edward Fer Jennifer 1 Normn Snydcrand Frank Happy anniversary Sunday to Paul and Sharon Joseph and Linda Terry and Jonathan 1 I lector and Hcrlinda Leal and Orlando and Hotly Related anniver sary greetings to and Know of a birthday or anniver sary ivc our receptionist a call the day before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Street closings Contractors continue work on water line ptujixts related lo New Hiautifels Utilities surface water ircaimenl On Monday and possibly Lakcview will be closed from Austin to American including the Torrcy Beginning Tuesday for about a Lakeview will be closed from Torrcy to Klinge Driving Instruction New Braunfels Independent School Dislricl Community Edu cation Program is offering both defensive driving and preparation for the writlcn Texas Department of Public Safety commercial driv ers examination next week on alternate evenings arid a complete Defensive Driving class on Satur For more information call the NBISD Hducation Center at Water cut Residents living on Torrcy between Lakcview Boule vard and Orucnc will be without water service from 9 to 3 This interrup tion in service is needed lo allow the New Braunfels Utilities con tractor to make a necessary con nection to NBUs water NBU urges residents lo take the necessary provisions for this inter Model to speak New Braunfels Service League will welcome Elsa a actress and at Monday at New Braunfels Presbyterian 373 Howard She will discuss personal potential Rummage sale Christ ihc King Confessional Lulhcran Church will sponsor a rummage sale and bake sale from 16 loday al ihc Senior Cili 142 Republican women The Republican Womens Club will mccl al Monday al ihc Vicloria Bank Major Mike who recently returned from service in Operation Descrl will be guest Members and their mates arc encouraged lo Registration begins SELMA Our Lady of Perptu See Page 2A Good Day A Blight chance for ruin coupled with highs in ihe 80s and overnight lows in the 60s should eiury UH into the first of the For mom wcuthoi Page Inside 1016C DEAR TV 8C Look at that baby run Parents at Saturdays Toddler Run at McKenna Memorial Hospital do most of the using every method they can think of to get their tots attention and coax the little rascal toward the finish The it have other interests to The event is a fundraiser for MMHs Health Professions Scholarship Photo by Erik Karlsson Aquifer suit filed in Midland AP A Sier ra Club lawsuit to restrict withdrawal from ihc Edwards Aquifer could limit water use by Central Texas residents in order to save endangered species in the states largest The filed in Midland feder al court alleges that the Inicrior Department under Secretary Manuel Lujan failed lo regulate use of the which provides drinking and irrigation water to the San Antonio and Austin Residents of San the largest city in the nation to get its entire water supply from an had been asked to limit usage last year when Comal the states almost went officials The lawsuit follows San Antonio voters rejection of an alternative sur face reservoir and state and local offi cials failure to negotiate a water use plan with the federal Papers filed in the lawsuit ask the court to order the Interior Department to enforce the Endangered Species Act with regard to the aquifer to pre serve almost a endangered species and implement recovery plans to ensure the flow of water to San Marcos Texas second I very much support the idea of filing the said Glenn Lon director of the Edwards Aquifer Research Center in San After San Antonio had turned down and stopped construction on its first attempt at an alternative water it was a good indication they were not concerned about the he county sheriff united on enforcement By JAMIE LEE CAMPBELL Staff Writer The Water Oriented Recreation Disctrict and Comal County Sheriffs Departmcni have joined Were offering more cducalion and information to the visitors this The Sheriffs Dcparimenl will enforce trespassing and liner said Belly administrator of Walls said WORD has budgeted to augment law enforcement during the tourisl Walls gave an example of the joint effori WORD boughl ihc radios for lakearea palrols and the Sheriffs Deparimeni upgraded ihe communi cation WORD patrolmen will be able to communicate wilh each other and wilh Law enforcement officers for WORD arc recruited through ihe Sheriffs Walls said ihe reserve officers who volunteer for river patrol receive a salary through also The four officers receive special We also have four courtesy pal They do public relations and play a nonconfrontational They can also act as eyes for WORD law enforcement Walls said WORD has put up signs at six river warning lourisus against littering and Ordi nances will be posted in ihe renlal businesses lhai lourists Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremcr said thai basically no glass contain ers on ihc river and no Slyrofoam We have a coniracl wilh It takes committment to the said Walls summing up the team We want responsible people to use the river in a responsible We all have to realize this is a tourisl Sheriff Breiner con but the Sheriffs Department will enforce the San Antonio woman injured in accident near Canyon Lake By JAMIE LEE CAMPBELL Staff Writer CANYON LAKH A twocar accident at about Saturday injured one The mishap occurred on I lighway 306 near Whitewater A 28yearold female was brought in wilh minor said Barbara house for McKonna Memorial Hospital in New Department of Public Safety Trooper Scott Haag identified ihe vie tin as Judy Wallace of San She had head injuries from hilling ihe She was ihc passen A Whitewater Sports van was stopped wailing lo mm left onto the paleily on 306 when a Toyota hit Lhc nailer ihc van was The trailer was filled wilh Pit stop Gary Hudson of the Big Thicket Wing of the Confederate Air Forces stops oft at New Braunfels Municipal Airport to refuel a North American A16 built in 1941 Ihe CAP flew a number of craft to New from the Randolph Air Force Base Air Show cutting down traffic tor the Photo by Erik Karlsson Sims sees change as positive for county By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City Editor Reshuffling the 25th State Senator ial District to include all of Comal and Guadalupc counties and a portion of Travis and will create a conservative district comprised of people with the same attitudes and says Bill who rep resents the I think it will be said D S a n Under a rcdis t r i c i i n g plan approved by the Texas Senate last Sims picks up Comal and Guadalupc coun ties from Sims Judith and portions of northwest em Travis County and Williamson Sims currently represents the west ern edge of Comal County along with close to 40 other Under the plan sent to the House of Representa tives for Sims will lose some counties and The proposed plan for District 25 comprises counties mat blend well Sims The people in GuadaJupe and Comal even though they are miles away from Hudspeth County they are still basically conser agricultureoriented Sims who was first elected to the Senate in said he is excited about working with the people of Comal We want to work together and try to help the people of Comal he He said the fact that he is a Demo crat and Comal County is a predomi nately Republican county should not pose a being about 55 per cent of his district now is Im losing Midland and its one of the more Republican counties in the The people in Guada lupe and Comal even though they are 500 miles away from Hudspeth County they are still basi cally agricultureoriented peo Bill Sims state and theyve passed resolutions on my And ihe Republican Party from Midland has written and asked that 1 be he Sims said he works well with both My grandmother was the only Republican in Coricho County where I was Weve never been parti san in any way our family Its kind of but we just never talked about Ive always had the attitude about like 1 do about somebodys 1 mean thats their business what religion they want to Whether youre a Republican or Democrat youre going to have to work with Sims said he continues to run for office because of the Im here because of the Trials the only reason I ever I donl have any desires lo go any furth The only reason 1 rail is 1 just felt like somebody needed lo represent agriculture and the Mill Country and that lype of Limited use of awnings on old Faust Hotel OKed By JAMIE UbCAMfULlL Slttll Wilier The New IliauiilcLs Landmark Commission nun iemilly to discuss a proposal to put uwnuigs on ihc 1uusi The commission approved awn ings on the second Hoot The awnings have to bo kepi clean and said Mike director of New Hrauulels planning and Shands also uaid ihc ouwuas oi the Faust modified ihcii so fewer awnings will be placed on the The Iausi is owned by Fanners Sav uad Loon in I mode ihc motion to approve the Theyre uol pcunaueiu mid theyll hide the uii coiiJilionmg There a lot of discussion uad we all approved he said boaui uicmbei Robci l lioiu ihc Faust and ihe city of New Biaunfels were on ruuuj when the commission made iis At its tegular meeting in Chuiiiiuui Joline Hi ihe Landmark Commission will consider putting his tuiual nunkers on the old Schumann suue tind the Klapperibach Shands said all of the Commission The members are Vice Chairman Linda Colleen Margaret Roberta Henni Water bury and Chairman Joline   

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