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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                253 Friday November 1991 Serving NEW BRAUNF1LS COMAL COUNTY of Mellmta McQaha One 14 Pages Stammtisch Best wishes The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung wishes happy birthday today to Edgar Scott Laura Kaihy Jonathan Roy Jesse Edgar Joe Pcnni Happy birthday Saturday to Christopher Strickland and Roy Belated birthday wishes to Doug Happy anniversary to Patrick and Yvonne Belated anniversary wishes to George and Julia Socfjc and and Alfonso Enchiladas Enchilada plate sale to benefit the King and Queen of Hearts Cor onation is slated for 9 at Holy Family Church Hall from 11 to 4 Plates are Sponsored by the Hello world 21 is World Hello Everyone who participates greets 10 Join people in 142 countries who participate in this annual activity for advancing peace through personal communi This tidbit is brought to you by the Dittlinger Memorial where the staff is wailing to say Visit the library six days a week at 373 Magazine Spaghetti supper The Canyon Lake Eastern Star Chapter 1103 will sponsor its annual spaghetti supper and coun try store 9 from 58 at the First Baptist Church at Canyon Lake located on Farmto Markct Donations for the sup per are per plate for adults and per plate for children 12 years of age or Ducks Unlimited Organizers of the 13th Annual New Braunfels Ducks Unlimited Banquet have set this years event for 19 at the Elks Invitations have been sent to all past and present local mem If you would like to attend contact Jean or Betty at Citizens Bank at 6292265 for ticket infor said Michael chairman of the local Tickets this year are again which includes the banquet and a full years membership in Ducks Wildlife guns and other items will be exhibited in several raffle and auction The purpose of the event is to raise funds for North American wet lands Garden clubs Preparations are beingmade for the East Zone meeting of Texas Garden New Braunfels Council of Garden Clubs will sponsor the District and state directors will be til attendance and all garden are urged to Registration begins at 8 Tues 12 at the new Senior Citizens Center on Landa Registration forms can be obtained Prom club presidents or by calling Jack Moore at Registration deadline is A guided tour of the antique rose gar den will take place after the activi ties for those MidTexas Symphony Rehearsals for the chorus of the MidTexas Symphony arc being conducted on Monday evenings I Good Day Plenty of sunshine and gusty winds are in todays forecast as the temperature rises to about 60 Its going to be cool at the football games tonight as the low neajrs The high temperature in New Braunfels Thursday was 69 and the low was For more weather see page Inside 3 DEAR RELIGION ICU By ROBERT STEWART Stiff Writer A New Braunfels man in intensive care at Brackcnridge Hospital in Austin after being involved in a onecar rollover on York Creek Road Thursday after near San New Braunfels EMS and Fire Department units were dispatched at to the accident scene just over one mile east of Interstate 35 on York Creek Joseph Saucedo of Route 8 in New lost control of his 1985 Ford Mustang on the wet road according to DPS Trooper Jeff who forked the accident out of the San Marcos DPS District No citations have been Sauccdo suffered injuries to his left arm which was traumatically according to EMS He was transported to the Centr al Texas Medical Center in San Marcos and later transferred to Brackcnridge Intensive Care in Moooooooooooooooooo Miz a pink made the rounds at New Braunfels ISO elementary schools this week to tell kids about the importance of milk in the diet Miz Moo gave the preK through second stickers that said I love milk and told them about calcium and other good things in Photo by Group studies t reatment plant far county s i t fttT 4 JI r By MARK WARNKEN A nonprofit corporation has applied to the Texas Water Develop ment Board for a grant to study con struction of a surface water treatment plant near Canyon The recently formed Canyon Lake Water Supp ly Corporation has for the past nine months been studying possible ways to finance a water treatment i plant to improve water service available in most of the rural areas of the said David the corporations general The corporation has hired a Dallas engineering Bob Hogan and and filed a grant applica tion to study a possible water and wastewatcr supply Wal lace Such a nonprofit water supply cooperative would be owned and directed by its wholesale which would include private water supply companies and subdivisions in the he The cooperative would have no taxing he If the project goes according to a to plant with a capacity of threeto fourmillion gallons per day would be using bond funds available through the state Water Development in three The bonds would be paid off through revenue from the wholesale custom he But Wallace cautioned that no final answer on the grant application is expected until so the project could take 20 years or state has become increasingly concerned with water quality in the which lies over the essentially dry Trinity said who owns a private Sattlcrbascd water supply WW Water For groundwatcr in the Horseshoe Falls area has too high a flouride Wallace over the last five water in the Saltier area has been increasing in he The water quality and quantity is rapidly Wallace Were going to go to surface water Either Im going to do it or the states going to do The proposed district which would cover most of the county not above the Edwards Aquifer would cover about 255 square roughly from FarmtoMarket 306 at Purgat ory Road north to the Hays County west on FarmtoMarket 32 to then south down 281 to Texas then cast on Texas 46 to Bear Creek then back to the lake he These which dont include all the western and southern parts of the were selected because the designated area falls into a specified drainage Areas such as Bulvcrde fall into a different drain age the San Antonio River drain age but the corporation will con sider applying for special permission to include other rural areas of the as requested by the Commis sioners Wallace The engineering study if would involve from the state and in matching the corporation would need governmental entities possib ly some combination of the the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Company and the GuadalupeBlancb River Authority to loan them the matching funds needed to get Wai lace Others forming the corporation along with Wallace include developer Carter president private water system owner Dorecn vice pres ident construction company owner Tinker director at large and Cathy secretary and the corporation is based at Wallaces WW Water If a watertreatment plant is the project would secure a reliable water supply for existing residences and businesses in rural Comal County and would ensure plenty of water for any future Wallace on the more readily available water also may encourage growth and deteriorate the rural atmo which some lakearea resi dents may he But greater development may be part of the answer to higher Comal Independent School District property taxes due to decreased state he members deal with Alzheimers By ROBERT STEW ART Stiff Writer November is National Alzheim ers Month and the Greater San Antonio Chapter of the Alzheim ers Association brought their roadshow to the new Comal County Senior Citizens Center in New Braunfels Thursday More than 75 people turned out at the meeting to hear speakers such as Linda executive director of the Greater San Anto nio Chapter and James Cham a professor of bioche mistry and a brain researcher at the University of at San There were also two erg who spoke to the group about how they had been affected when affected members of their Alzheimers is a disease that brain Trejp It thinking and We estimate right now thai were are four million cms by of the disease weJww memory an Inability w follow direc poor or no getting and not being able to handle i recognize their own Treip Some could live in the same neigh Dprhood for 40 years and not rec ognize that as their own Alzheimers patients go through a personality where they appear to not be he same become moody and lose their zest for They are withdrawing because its too Tresp One thing that family members jet tired of ii repeat Patlenis keep asking the same questions over and because to them each time they ask is the first Tresp added that because there is no known cause for there is not a treatment for A clinical diagnosis for Alzheimers comes from a doctor eliminating all ogier she There are things that cause memory loss that Tresp So please dont make any home dtaj With an Alzheimers someone else usually must nize thai there is a problem and must make the It if important to wwrnmy the person to the doctors office beyausf the person may not remember why he is she The Greater San Antonio Chap Fired Garden Ridge chief vows further legal action By MARK WARNKEN City Editor Former Garden Ridge Police Chief Parus Dudley on Friday said he plans to pursue further legal action against Linda Klekar and Mayor Pro Tern Patti White for violating his civil rights during an evidenciary hearing More than 100 residents packed the standingroomonly Council Cham ben to observe the similar to but not strictly a The hearing included presentations by attorneys on both sides and the swearing tes timony and cross examination of wit the council voted 32 to terminate The civil rights violations for his San Antonio attor Daniel having no oppor tunity to crossexamine during the citys presentation of its case because the city called no he said Whites vote to terminate him was improper since she was one of lie Im going to continue to seek legal action as far as getting my job Dudley Dudley said that resident Joe McFadden said he intends to go door todoor in the city seeking removal of the mayor pro tern and Uie two council John Curtis and J who voted to terminate Council Member Reed a Dudley supporter who resigned in anger after the said on Fri day that he has again withdrawn his I was very angry when I and I didnt think before I said Switzer The council member submitted an earlier resignation in which he also withdrew within a Resident Camille an orga nizer of a recent complaint against the mayor signed by 60 said the revised document soon will be resub miiied after being relumed by Milli kin as The complaint charges the mayor violated state open meet ings Im very unhappy with what has she We really need to follow our rules and our and that applies to She said many residents arc upset wilh developments at City Dudley had served as a Garden Ridge police officer for eight In March he was named chief of the which now includes two other fulltime officers and five nonpaid reserve According to a formal written com plaint filed by the allegations against all of which he included allowing a reserve officer to patrol without staterequired allowing another reserve to patrol without taking an Coming Sunda in the HeroidZtilUHs Sunday meet the man behind the accord Myron who performed for the 4th year at Witrstfei Take a look at Wureifeat which ids another successful run on Learn how the workcn at the Bracken Volunteer Ww Osprt make their fanww Look for sll of tbji on   

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