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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 23, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas Garden ridge August 1991 Municipal news Councilman Reed resigned from office last He said he felt frustrated by the ongoing conflict between the mayor and chief of Over the past 19 Switzcr has given a lot of energy and thought to the From the time Garden Ridge incorporated in he has served as city city member of the Planning and Zoning Commit tee and city The City Council will not accept Switzers resignation until the next regularly scheduled meeting on the Perry will address county GOP gathering Texas Agriculture Commissioner Rick Perry will be the guest speaker at the Comal County Republican Party Fund Raiser Barbecue and Auction at 7 Sunday at the Clyde Johnson Sons Ranch on FarmtoMarket Road 1863 near Highway a fifth generation rancher and farmer from Haskell has been involvedHw in state govern ment since 1984 when he was elected state rep resentative for District He was elected to his Perry current post in November P earned a bachelors degree from Tex as in 1972 and later achieved the rank of captain in ihe Air Admission is and a cash dona tion bar will be Reservations can still be made by calling Fund Raising Committee members Dona Bruns at 6250872 or Robbie Borchers at Items to be auctioned off include an autographed picture of Arnold a pen with the vice presidential seal donated by Dan books donated by Phil Gramm and the Republican National a candy dish from state Treasurer Kay Bailey a patriotic throw and 500 pounds of deer Funds are used to help recruit and support candidates for public conduct the local Republican primary recruit precinct maintain records on election returns and other Committee approves fish farm measure AUSTIN AP A bill to tempor arily prohibit the drilling of wells like the one a south Bexar County catfish farm uses to take a huge amount of water from the Edwards Aquifer was approved by a Senate The Senate Administration Com mittee passed the bill by Cyndi RSan on Ann Richards added the prop osed moratorium to the special ses sion which she The measure was prompted by the Living Waters Artesian Springs Cat fish which uses an estimated million gallons of water a day from the Edwards That works out to about a fourth or fifth of all the water usage in Bexar County on an annual and we simply cant sustain that kind of water said Ron Pucek has denied his opera tion is causing the aquifer level to Kricrs bill also would make a state prohibition against wasting water applicable to fish In it would set up a study to determine whether there should be limits on water taken from the aquifer through artesian and whether recycling or conservation require ments should be The moratorium would from to drilling and operating artesian wells in the Edwards Aquifer with a flow of more than gallons per The Texas Water Commission could grant exemptions for health or envir onmental In artesian water rises to the surface without through internal Robert DSan Anto said that Kriers legislation is But Pucnte also is pushing his own which would specifically allow the Edwards Underground Water Dis trict to regulate water taken from arte sian wells for aquacultural including requiring the operations to adopt reasonably achievable recy cling The regulations would apply in Comal and Hays he first Wednesday in Municipal dates A public hearing set for Tuesday at Municipal Hall will con sider all city budgets general capital inter est and sinking budgets and the water company Bridal shower It is nice to live in the same place long enough to watch children from birth to Stanley Georg and Susan Busch arc two neighborhood kids who will be married in Septem Their friends and mothers threw a bridal shower for Susan on Kay Arncckc hosted the party at her home with the aid of Marsha Kern and daughter Korrine Reger and daughter a former EMS now is a registered At the Susan was attended by Busch Debbie Janice Oeorg Janrell and Kristy About 40 guests brought gifts of linen and china and were asked to write a blessing or words of wisdom for the couple to read on their first North to Alaska Bob and Bobby 19year residents of Garden salute their daughters adventuresome Kelly who was home for summer said it might seem paradox to spend the summer in Texas and the winter in but that is the lifestyle she has The gra duate of Canyon High School and the University of Texas at San Antonio teaches fifth grade in the school on a small island in the Rcvil lagigedo island chain off the southeast coast of About people live there year While the island has 31 miles of paved Bobby Landrum says the terrain is so hilly that there arc only about 500 feet of flatland on the It is located 55 degrees 21 minutes north latitude but is not as cold as one might think two feet of snow on the the temp erature sinks only to zero The inland trade waters prevent col der The primary income of the small community is from fishing for halibut and salmon and the cutting and mill ing of The Alaskan island can be reached by ferry or a pilot from Garden Ridge George Gitcho flies Alaskan Airlines to On the Landrums first visit to their daughter they chose the inland cruise on the car Kelly Landrum invites Garden Ridge residents to look her up when visiting Item i of interest to Otrden Ridge area may be nibmitted to Edda Buchner at 512 SHOP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD DILLARDS AT ROLLING OAKS AND WINDSOR PARK MALLS COOL LOOKS FOR YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ENTIRE STOCK Spring and summer Clubhouse collections by famous makers SAVE 50 Choose from soft blouses and more to wear now into now ENTIRE STOCK Spring and summer Clubhouse related separates SAVE 50 Career and casual skirts and more in cotton and other now ENTIRE STOCK Spring and summer Clubhouse casual related separates SAVE 50 Select from blouses and more by our top In fabrics to now Misses spring and summer dresses by famous makers SAVE 50 By Adrianna Leslie Non Udy Expo and now ENTIRE STOCK Spring and summer petite 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