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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 23, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Wednesday if 25 Cents October 1991 241 Serving NEW BRAUNFELS and COMAL COUN no Frank Chapilitr Two 20 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeltung wishes happy birthday today to Mclvln Ellen Raymond Little Sanchez in and Gloria Happy anniversary today to Cecil and Sandra Neuse and Tim Know of a birthday or anniver sary Give our receptionist a call the dav before at 6259144 wed like to share in the Casino night Canyon Lake Chamber of Com merce will present Casino Night 26 from 710 at Woodlands Country Doors open at Advance tickets at the Door prizes and Las Vegas style games arc planned for the Babysitting will be Tick ets are available at a number of locations including the Times Guardian and New Braunfels AUFCAP meets Any individual or group interested in the prevention of child abuse is invited to join a coal ition of others working for this cause at the VEH located at the Education Mill noon on This is the annual meeting of Agencies United for the Preven tion of Child Abuse and dues of will be Speaker will be Chris supervisor for DHS Child Protective Project Wild The city of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will offer a free Project Wild workshop for adult youth leaders and teach ers 29 and 30 from 58 in the Landa Recreation Center in Landa For more information call Six men needed Needed are six good men to work about 12 hours during the coming year to move donated books from the Dittlinger Memor ial Library to the Friends of Library sale site at the Municipal Building on Caste Persons who can work any weekday from 9 to 5 and are in good shape should call Douma at Persons who donate lime will receive an honor ary membership in Friends of the a first shot at purchase of donated and a booktoters Lions golf Entries arc still being accepted for the sixth annual New Braunfels Lions Select Shot Golf Tourna ment slated for 27 at Chaparral Country Club in Scguin from 8 to Entry fee is per person and includes green food and Contact Steve Schultz at 6256492 for registration and more Volunteer orientation American Red Cross Volunteer orientation will be at McKenna Memorial Hospitals second floor conference room on 26 at 9 Anyone interested in becoming a volunteer at the hospi tal or at the Red Cross office or a nursing home arc asked to call 6259764 or Plaza concerts Noontime concerts arc planned once again beginning at noon Fri 25 on Main Paul McLaughlin and Don Forrcs will perform this Other concert 2A Good Day Expect a high today around 85 and an overnight low of Winds will bo out of the southeast today at 10 to 15 miles per Tuesdays high temperature hi New Braunfels was 87 and the low was kiikfc DEAR County busting at seam ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Writer Comal County commissioners decision this week to purchase half of the former First Federal Savings and Loan building wilt help alleviate the everincreasing demand for county office officials Jumbo longtime Pre cinct 1 County said the county and its government have grown rapidly since the Courthouse Annex was built next to the original Courthouse in This makes the countys planned to investment in reno vating and furnishing new office space a necessary he In the long its in the countys advantage to acquire more office Evans For commissioners previ ously dedicated in the 1992 budget for office space for the over crowded county health department now located in the he The health department will be a likely can didate to occupy part of the added Next the county plans to start a fire marshals which will need office he The county animal warden also has long SM Page 2A A wife for Droculo Mike Taylor and Sarah Driscoll perform a scene from the New Braunfels High School production of Seven Wives for Photo by Anne lies Schlickenrieder Leaders see springs as Miller says ByMARKWARNKEN Staff Comal County representatives observing meetings of the San Anto nio Citizens Committee on Water agree that management of the Edwards Aquifer requires a regional approach perhaps even including communities along the Guadalupc River all the way to the Coma County Commissioner Neil Craigmilc and former New Braunfels Mayor Doug Miller have sal in on the weekly meetings as nonmember The chaired by San Antonio City Council Member Weir Labatt and Bcxar County Com missioner Helen is scheduled to make recommendations to the city and county by he In my were still seeing a show by the city of San Miller told the Commissioners Court earlier this I believe that what were seeing having been involved in the negotiations for some years is a feeble attempt on the part of San Antonio to try to demonstrate to Judge Lucius Bunion that San Anto nio is attempting to address its water The Lone Star Chapter of the Sierra Clubs federal lawsuit against the Department of the Interior to protect endangered species living in the Comal and San Marcos springs is scheduled for court 23 in Bun ions District Court in The suit seeks to force the Department of the Interior and the Fish and Wildlife Service to develop and implement plans to pro tect four endangered species the fountain the San Marcos gam Texas wild rice and the Texas blind salamander through the fed eral Endangered Species Such plans likely would include regulation of pumping of the San Anto nios sole source of Because the committee will study the issue only one night a week for a few Miller said he expects to sec the citizens rubberstamp the recommendations of the San Antonio community leaders opposing aquifer regulation who lead the These leaders see the Coma and San Marcos springs as leaks in the a mentality continually per petuated by he San Antonio Miller Six weeks the cornmUiee was practically about the and after a few more weekly meetings they are supposed to arrive at a solu tion that has alluded students of the aquifer for many Miller I wish them very much he Craigmilc said the committee is charged with developing a longrange plan to meet the water needs of the Greater San Antonio metropolitan area through the year but seems to realize that a 10to 20year plan is more reasonable considering their level of Aquifer management is not just an issue involving communities over the underground water but also for downstream communities depend ing on the Guadalupe which the Comal Springs Craigmilc Those springs provide water not only for Comal County but for downs tream users all the way to the Craigmilc Craigmile said the committee is exploring two separate approaches No aquifer pumping no additional resources such as surface water artificial spring aug mentation and enhanced Pumping protection of natural spring additional resour ces such as development of surface and enhanced The committee has heard testimony by a number of experts with various opinions on different topics related to aquifer conservation and Craigmilc candidate speaks to Democrats ROBERT STEWART Writer The campaign for the 21st Con gressional District of Texas got off to an early start Tuesday as James Jim Oaddy spoke to a meet ing of the Comal County I think my I candidacy wllll provide something I that has been greatly lacking over the last sev eral weeks and I certainly over tnel last few years and I thats a confi dence in Congress1 MS an Oaddy I think that my candidacy will pro vide you with a legitimate choice in the Spring of 92 and of course in the fall Oaddy ipoke Tuesday evening at a meeting of he Coma County Dtmocratt In New The election he referred to if the Democratic primary with he cm election In the MI think Ive been drawn 10 public service for mow of my Im a teacher I teach political science and have quite a bit of background in the theoretical mpecu of and I ai a logical extension of that Id like to get into the practical Currently at San Anto nJo Cuddy run also taught it the UnlveriHy of Teai at San Antonio and Midland He graduated with a Bachelors degree in political science from the University of Permian Basin and earned a Masters degree from Southwest Texas State I do believe in the historical principles of the Democratic party and I think that we can win in 1992 against what has been Republican domination in this particular dis Oaddy I want to get back to the vigorous that was provided by Bob that was provided by Fisher from San I think it rep resentation has been woefully lacking in this district for 10 Issues that Oaddy plans to bring out in the campaign are edu health care and the On law enforcement agencies are at odds with one he Rather than working in unison or in concert with one they seem to I think there to be better integration of law mem agencies in the United States and in Oaddy also proposed a more extensive system of police similar to military We may never call it into action but I think It may provide a he If criminals knew that a police chief had 150 extra police officers hot may provide ah extra amount of Comal County Sheriffs Deputy Tim Kolbe teaches family members to recognize drugs and drug parapher nalia during the parenting workshops Tuesday night at the Civic Kolbe showed them pictures of drugs and a small plastic bag of real marijuana so they can recognize and report such narcotics If they ever see them The workshops also featured presentations by a professional counselor and by a Drug Enforcement Administration supervisory special agent based in San Antonio who lives In Cornal Photo by Mark Warnken Hotline features free drug counseling Red Ribbon Week in New Braun fels continues tonight with profes sional volunteers maiming a free con fidential counseling Volunteer counselors will discuss family and life matters on the Help from 610 On residents ore encour aged to call u New Urauniels Police Departments to report possible drug activity on Crack Down On area schools will exchange ribbons with visiting schools at football This weeks aimed at prom oting drugfree were kicked off Saturday morning during a cere mony featuring and school officials and student council representatives on the downtown Guest speaker David a supervisory special agent with the Drug Enforcement Admlnstrations San Antonio office who lives in Com al said patent and teacher involvement it the key to keeping young people   

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