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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas MAftCH 1003 HERALDZEITUNG 3A GBRA leary of proposed aquifer SEOUIN The Texas Water Com mission recommendations for managing the Edwards Aquifer place the Comal and San Marcos the City of San and other water users at unnecessary risk in case of a major said GuadalupeBlanco River Authority general manager John The 30 year implementation phase Smithson Valley students winUIL Smithson Valley Middle School continued its winning ways in University Intelscholastic League academic competition by garner ing the sweepstakes trophy for the second consecutive year on Saturday at Salado Middle In gradelevel the sixth grade scored 177 points to win first seventh grade scored 106 points taking second place while the eighth grade scored 90 points to place The total of 373 points made SVMS the Corbett Middle School came in second with 348 Canyon Middle School was third with 224 Winners in the sixth grade included Nicole first in dictionary skills Kristen Lam fourth and Dawn n Brandon Coleman placed second Amanda State third and Clay In ready Monica Holly took first and Tamber Richey placed LaGinna scored first in listening Shannon Willis was third and Catherine Brown Brandon Coleman won the number sense competition Dawn Pianas placed fourth in Nicole Stautzenberger won first place in prose Stacy Jonas was third and Briana Hen Ian Brammel wen the poetry reading Paige Ellerbee was fifth and Lindsey Stautzen berger John De los Santos won the solo Zinnia Dunis was fourth and Tamber Richey Winners in the seventh grade were James McKnight first in Kimberly third and Tara Kelly Rogers placed third in ready Abigail Reeves was first in prose reading and Shane Cottrell was Michael Lynch was the winner of the solo presentation and Lau ra Cox was In Daniel Lewis placed second and Colby Huth was Daniel Lewis also placed fifth in number Julie Smith and Kelly Tanner were fourth in duet Julie Smith also placed fourth in prose reading and Grace Wordsworth was Eighth grade winners were Monica Pilkinton first in solo pre Chrissy Huth and Shena Sara Martin won first place in Jennifer Collins took second in spelling and Caroline Pardue was Chrissy Huth was first in poet ry Adela Carmona placed fifth and Jessica Loughlin was In prose reading Marisol Cortez placed Trent Nichols was fifth and Chrissy Huth Trent Nichols placed fourth in ready Coaches for the UIL competi tions are Kathy Prather and Jodie Lell acting Dana Cole oral reading Judy Barbee and Sharon Legg Myrna Grimm spelling Kathy Eloise Moss and Judy Mints ready writing Nancy Williams and Linda Hunter Vance proposed in the TWC plan should be shortened to 10 to 15 years for devel opment of water sources to comply with Federal District Judge Lucius Buntons and to protect the regions water said We are pleased with other portions of the however particularly that the TWC has finally recognized the longterm yield of the Aquifer is actually in the range of to acre feet per said Pat GBRA Board This cbhfirms that Edwards pumping must eventually be limited to this amount in order to pro vide continuous springflow We also agree with the Commissions recommendations for an interim period during which pumping will be and we support many of the methods suggested to accomplish this according to GBRA dis agrees with several key Commission We need a regional committment to protect said The Commission recommendations fall short of advocating this critical This plan is too conditional The proposed 30year period recom mended by tha TWO to develop alter nate water supplies is accord ing to Substantial supplies can be made available within a tenyear time or According to GBRA looks for ward to reviewing the Fish and Wildlife Services recommendations for springflow which are due March Incoming president of the New Braunfels Heritage Society Bill welcomes two new members to the organizations board of directors Helgard and Rusty GIANT SPRING SAVING RECORD DAYS SALE THIS IS OUR GREATEST SALE EVERY NEW SPRING ARRIVALS DAILY AND THEYRE INCLUDED IN THIS GIANT SAVING SALE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OFF SHORTS TSHIRTS BLOUSES VALUES TO SALE LADIES DRESSES ALL NEW ARRIVALS SIZE 4 TO 20 MISSYPETITEWOMAN SIZES THE LATEST IN FASHIONS 20 Off OUR ENTIRE STOCK MENS LONG SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS SIZES 15 TO 19 SLEEVE LENGTHS 3235 YOUR CHOICE PRICE JUST ARRIVED MENS STRAW HATS DRESS CASUAL WESTERN SHOPNOW 20 Off Remember at Cholletts You Always Get The Finest in Price and Friendly 6853241 204 Antonio Downtown New Braunfels FORECAST Todays forecast calls for increasing Lows from near 40 Hill Country to near 50 south cen Robert Parchman prepares to start a heat of the New Braunfels Boy Scout Troop 381 Pinewood Derby at Frazier Scouts raced cars that they constructed from pine Photo by John EXTENDED FORECAST Tonight Cloudy Chance of rain Lows in the 50s Highs in the 60s Friday 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 cold Chance of rain 0 Lows in the 30s Highs in the 50s WATER WATCH Comal cfs same Edwards feet down Canyon Lake cfs up 8 Canyon Lake cfs same Lake feet down Information for Water Watch is provided daily by officials with New Braunfels Utilities and the Army Corps of Engineers at Canyon TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Half 5 Waterway 10 Blarney 14 Kitchen appliance 15 Vestment 16 Lower end of ear 17 Eye part 18 Magazines with many illustrations 20 Finish 22 Openings 23 Mountain range 24 Rental contract 26 Lively dance 27 Place in office 30 Going by 34 Eliminate 35 Identical 36 Once named 37 Refrigerated 38 Actress Dern 40 Volcano output 41 Neighbor of 42 Snares 43 Presser 45 Went by car 47 Successful players 48 Distant 49 Flight unit 50 Personnel 53 Article 54 Big ponds 58 Graveyards 61 Division word 62 Sign of the future 63 Actor Christopher 64 of 65 Magic stick 66 Scatter 67 Jug DOWN 1 Cavity 2 Level 3 Repair 4 Spoke offen sively to 5 Law enforcer slang 6 Songlike 7 Motherof pearl 8 Banffs 9 The Lion 10 Throws 11 Burden 12 Efficient 13 Muddle 19 Erect 21 A fuel 25 Workshop 26 West Indies land 27 Jargon 28 Extinct 29 Icy rain 30 Golf word 31 Foolish 32 again 33 Auto parts 35 Swine genus 39 Plus 40 Quiche PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 31003 1993 United Feature Syndicate 42 Corruption 44 Make muddy 46 Hurt the feelings of 47 Stow In a ship 49 More bashful 50 Coalcarrying boat 51 Arabian district 52 So be itl 53 Weight allowance 55 Be aware of 56 Substitute 57 Fly high 59 Those who do 60 Use a needle s Ca F9r or Rotary Phonw J 1WO4543535 code 500
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