New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 10, 1993, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 10, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas WEDNESDAY, MARCH IO. 1903 HERALD-ZEITUNG 3-AGBRA leary of proposed aquifer regulations SEGUIN — The Texas Water Commission recommendations for managing the Edwards Aquifer place the Comal and San Marcos Springs, the City of San Antonio, and other water users at unnecessary risk in case of a major drought, said Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority general manager John H. Specht. “The 30 year implementation phase Smithson Valley students win UIL Smithson Valley Middle School continued its winning ways in University Interscholastic League academic competition by garnering the sweepstakes trophy for the second consecutive year on Saturday at Salado Middle School. In grade-level competitions, the sixth grade scored 177 points to win first place, seventh grade scored 106 points taking second place while the eighth grade scored 90 points to place third. The total of 373 points made SVMS the winner. Corbett Middle School came in second with 348 points. Canyon Middle School was third with 224 points. Winners in the sixth grade included: Nicole Stout, first in dictionary skills; Kristen Lam-brecht, fourth; and Dawn Plan as, sixth. In spelling, Brandon Coleman-placed second; Amanda State-czny, third; and Clay Pilkilton, fourth. In ready writing, Monica Holly took first and Tamber Richey placed second. LaGinna Vincent scored first in listening roils, Shannon Willis was third and Catherine Brown sixth. Brandon Coleman won the number sense competition and, Dawn Pianos placed fourth in calculator. Nicole Stautzenbeiger won first place in prose reading, Stacy Jonas was third and Briana Henderson, fourth. Ion Bromine! wen the poetry reading contest, Paige Ellerbee was fifth and Lindsey Stautzen-berger sixth. John De los Santos won the solo presentation, Zinnia Dunis was fourth and Tamber Richey fifth. Winners in the seventh grade were James McKnight first in spelling, Kimberly Barker, third and Tara Wocd, fourth. Kelly Rogers placed third in ready writing. Abigail Reeves was first in prose reading and Shane Cottrell was fourth. Michael Lynch was the winner of the solo presentation and Laura Cox was second. In calculator, Daniel Lewis placed second and Colby Ruth was fifth. Daniel Lewis also placed fifth in number sense. Jube Smith and Kelly Tanner were fourth in duet acting. Julie Smith also placed fourth in prose beading and Grace Wordsworth was fifth. Eighth grade winners were Monica Pilkinton first in solo presentation, Christy Huth third, and Shone Windsor, fifth. Sara Martin won first place in science. Jennifer Collins took second in spelling and Caroline Perdue was third. Christy Huth was first in poetry reading, Adela Carmona placed fifth and Jessica Laughlin was sixth. In prose reading Marisol Cortes placed fourth, Trent Nichols was fifth and Chrissy Huth sixth. Trent Nichols placed fourth in ready writing Coaches for the UIL competitions are mathematics, Kathy Ginn,Linda Prather and Jodie Loll; acting events, Dana Cole; oral reading Judy Barbee and Sharon Legs; listening, Mvma Grimm; spelling Kathy Cartoon, Eloise Moss and Judy Mints; ready writing Nancy williams and Linda Hunter, science, Vance Langley. proposed in the TWC plan should be shortened to IO to 15 years for development of water sources to comply with Federal District Judge Lucius Bunion’s order, and to protect the region’s water users,” said Specht. "We are pleased with other portions of the plan, however — particularly that the TWC has finally recognized the long-term yield of the Aquifer is actually in the range of200,000 to 225,000 acre-feet per year,” said Pat Kelly, GBRA Board Chaimman. "This confirms that Edwards pumping must eventually be limited to this amount in order to provide continuous springflow at Comal Springs. “We also agree with the Commission’s recommendations for an interim period during which pumping will be reduced, and we support many of the methods suggested to accomplish this goal.” But, according to Specht, GBRA disagrees with several key Commission recommendations. “We need a regional committment to protect springflow,” said Specht. “The Commission recommendations fall short of advocating this critical step. This plan is too ‘conditional*” -The proposed 30-year period recommended by the TWC to develop alternate water supplies is excessive,” according to Specht. "Substantial supplies can be made available within a ten-year time frame, or less.” According to Kelly. “GBRA looks forward to reviewing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s recommendations for springflow which are due March 15th. Robert Parchman prepares to start a heat of the New Braunfels Boy Scout Troop 381 Pinewood Derby at Frazier Elementary. Scouts raced cars that they constructed from pine wood. Photo by John Huseth. Em* gof Incoming president of the New Braunfels Heritage Society Bid Tart, center, welcomes two new members to the organization’s board of directors; Helgard Suhr, left, and Rusty Brandt. GIANT SPRING SAVING! RECORD DAYS SALE THIS IS OUR GREATEST SALE EVERY! NEW SPRING ARRIVALS DAILY AND THEY’RE INCLUDED IN THIS GIANT SAVING SALE! OUR ENTIRE STOCK 10%„50% OFF SHORTS T-SHIRTS BLOUSES $8.99 VALUES TO $20.00 SALE LADIES' DRESSES ALL NEW ARRIVALS SIZE 4 TO 20 MISSY—PETITE-WOMAN SIZES THE LATEST IN FASHIONS 20% Off OUR ENTIRE STOCK MEN S LONG SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS SIZES IS TO 19 SLEEVE LENGTHS 32-35 YOUR CHOICE PRICE JUST ARRIVED MEN'S STRAW HATS •DRESS • CASUAL •WESTERN SHOP NOW! 20% Off Remember at ChoUeU'e You Alwaye Get The Finest in Quality, Price and Friendly Service, 6253841 204 W. San Antonio Downtown New BraunfeU Forecast Today’s forecast calls for tonight, increasing clouds. Lows from near 40 Hill Country to near 50 south central. Extended Forecast Tonight Cloudy Chance of rain: Lows in the 50s Highs in the 60s Friday Cloudy, windy Chance of rain: 50% Lows in the 40s Highs in the 50s Thursday Cloudy Chance of rain: 40% Lows in the 40s Highs in the 50s Saturday Cloudy, cold Chance of rain: 0% Lows in the 30s Highs in the 50s Water Watch Comal Rivar...........................................................................456    cfs (soma) Edwards Aquifer.........................................................628.96    foot    (down .02) Canyon Laks Inflow................................................................417    cfs (up 8) Canyon Laks Outflow.............................................................580    cfs (same) Laka laval...................................................................908.98    fast    (down .02) Information for Water Watch is provided daily by officials with New Braunfels UtiKties and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Canyon Laka. 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