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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 6, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas THURSDAY Aggies handed fiveyear probation by NCAA P 77 a CENTS COUNTDOWN 441 DAYS New Braunfels Sesquicentennlal March 21 410 MO SOWEST MICRO PUB I SUING 2627 E DR 10 Pages in ot pASO Tx New Braunfels i March 21 Serving Comal County far frwa than 142 years Home of MIKE SHANDS INSIDE 5 Sports Slam m tisch Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Dora Schu mann Colleen Dukarm Ann Green Noel Jamison Joyce Mosely William Perry Louise Smith Mary Waite Sharon Williams Mike Sierra VFW Arts and Crafts Show scheduled The Ladies Auxiliary to VFW Post 7110 is sponsoring an Arts and Crafts Show at the VFW Post Home at 600 Peace Ave in New Braunfels on March 5 and 6 from 9 until 5 Members of Post 7110 and its Auxiliary should reserve their table space before Feb Cost is per table plus one item per table to be donated to the raf fle After Feb 5 any available space will be sold to the general public Any kind of handmade arts or crafts baked goods and canned products are eligible Call Janice Quent at 6256143 or 6257502 NOW to reserve your space Genealogy Workshop set for Jan 20 JackChapJer NSDAR will srjonsor a genealogy workshop at the Dittlinger Library on Jan 20 from 1 to 3 pjn Con ducting the meeting are Ruth Hub bard registrar and Fairy Bell Edwards research chairman The public is invited There is no charge Fall registration to begin at SLC The public is invited to register for classes at the School of the Local Church for the fall semes ter The School of the Local Church is an adult bible school designed to teach and train stu dents in the Word of God so they can find and fill their place in their local church and in the Body of Christ as well as perform the works of the ministry Registration for this SPRING semester third term is Jan 10 through Jan Classes wfll begin on Jan and will be held at Tree of Life Fel lowship 652 N Loop 337 New Braunfels Class instructors are graduates of Rhema Bible Train ing Center Third Term classes are FOUNDATION OF FAITH and SPIRITUAL DEVELOP MENT For more information concerning the School of the Local Church please call Tree of Life Fellowship at 210 625 6375 Troutfest 1994to begin today Troutfest 1994 sponsored by the City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will be held at the Landa Park spring fed pool today through Jan 16 Times for the Troutfest are form 4 to 8 weekdays and from 10 to 8 week ends Stammtisch The New Brauitfels HeraldZeituns invites Its readers to submit items to Stammtisch According to the Sophtenburg Archives and members of the German community Stammtisch represents a duty place for members of the commmty to gather and short the days kap penings We Invite yoy to share with Lake Dunlap By ROSE MARIE EASH Staff Writer f Lake Dunlap Property Owners Association members are desper ately trying to get some attention from the state concerning the hydrilla infesta jiohofthelake The lake js about 400 acres and we estimate that theres now about 100 to 150 acres of said Mike White president of the associa tion We want enough funds from the state to treat it chemically or at make the State aware of the problem Fishermen like it because it provides cover for fish but eventually you cant get a hook in the Denis also a Lake Dunlap area resident said many of his bors are concerned about declining property values if the problem is resolved TJbe lake will become even more useless an eye sore and an unhealthy polluted said Parker Even now in winter while top growth is down many of our dock areas are plugged with decaying plants old beer cans bottles shoes and trash in gen eral By October last year we had no access to the lake and some areas were According to White a lakemanage per Ration to chemically treat ed from those endangered White cited the Use of the grass carp in other states with similar situations An Arkansas Game and Fish Com mission report done in 1072 that the possible effects on the environment were at worst far better than the pos sible effects of some chemicals now used instead The report also said that the white amur or grass carp is a very insufficient spawner and that the eggs and fryjequire strong currents I to 5 feet per second and certain tempera tures to survive The report also cited their desirability as a food fish which would assure harvest However the report did acknowledge its introduction has been controversial Another report from the University of Honda said that the grass carp is the most effective biological control but it is illegal in most states due to the potential environmental damage that could result if escaped fish establish a breeding population Sterile grass carp are available and now legal in many states eliminating the breeding prob lem However the report said an ade quate method of recapturing the fish must be developed since stocking rates for partial control have not been sci entifically established The report also said the sterile carp are not used in large roultipwpose lakes where aquat ic vegetation is desirable for sport fish and waterfowl habitat Use of the carp and at least two applications would be required White fivers an alternative to cnenv ical stocking of grass carp However the use of grass carp to protect Lake Dunlap may be prohibit ed because of the endangered species which ironically have been used recently to protect the Comal Springs According to Debbie Magin of the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority grass carp have been used in some parts of the state with great success However the fish can only be stocked by state permit and the permit is extremely hard to obtain because the fish are not selective and can remove many acres offish cover They are not stocked in a flowing system that is connected in any way to an endangered species habitat such as the Coroal Springs and the San Marcos said Magiru It sounds far fetched but Texas Parks and Wildlifes experience with that species will not allow stocking Lake Dunlap with grass carp Lake Dunlap cannot be separat r alteSiativFirharvesting which is very labor irjtensive and can actuallypuse more rapid spreading of the vegetation if ther hydrilla is allowed to float away because it will root elsewhere Property owners on the lake have been advised to remove the cuttings from the water and allow them to dry They are primarily water and will leave very little mass Because the hydrilla is so fast growing harvest ing would need to be done about every two weeks Artificial substrates have been used but are considered cost prohibitive They consist of a mat placed on the sediment which blocks out light pre venting the plants from rooting Were still looking into ity type said Magin A copper compound seems to be the best alternative We plan to let the cold water take care of some of the problem and then when the hydrilla starts to grow in the spring well apply the According to Magin GBRA is com mitted to helping the Lake Dunlap T VE s4 submitted photos Lake Dunlap property owners are disturbed the overwhelming growth of hydrilla which has takerujver docks top photo and extends Into the middle of the lake bottom property owners but she admits their funding will be limited because of other lakes in their system whiph will also need this type of help Magin also said Texas Parks and Wildlife has no money allocated for hydrilla eradication but they have offered tbejr labor and equipment for me applies tion Magin said they dont normally use the copper compound herbicide being considered because it is COIH sive to their equipment boweVef they recognize the need in this the property owners and GBRA would have to fund the purchase of the herbicide at this time unless some other source of funding can be found Four local students nominated by Lamar Smith to service academies By ROSE MARIE EASH Start Writer Congressman Lamar Smith announced his nomination of four Comal County seniors to the United States Service Academies last week The four include Andrew Kolath of New Braunfels High School Charles Parrish of Canyon High School and Bryan Wieland and Kevin Lee both of Smithson Valley High School Im very proud to nave had such a strong pool of applicants this year for the service Smith said There were some very tough deci sions But these are truly outstanding young Kevin Ut Andrew Kolath was nominated to the Merchant Marine Academy Kolath is a member of the National Honor Society and is active in the Boy Scouts and the Junior ROTC program at New Braunfels High School Charles Parrish was nominated to the Air Force Academy Parrish is an honors student at Canyon High School where be lettered w baseball and football and received a number of Charltt Parrlth academic awards He was also named to the first team of the New Braunfels HeraldZeltungs All Comal County football team for 1993 He played quar terback for the Cougars who advanced deep mto the state AAAA playoffs this year Bryan Wieland was also nominated to the Air Force Academy He is a member of die National Honor Society at Smithson Valley High School where Bryan Wieland he lettered in football and track and was a member of the student council Wieland was named to the first team All Comil County team as a runningbaclc He was a sec cod team honoree as a defensive back Kevin Lee was nominated to the US Naval Academy Lee lettered in football track and cross country at Smhnson Valley High Andrew School He is an Eagle Scout High school studeuts seeking to apply for admission to West Point the Air Force Academy the Naval Acad emy or the Merchant Marine Academy must first be nominated by ft member of Congress Smith made 37 nominations from throughout the 21st Congressional Todays Texas Lotto numbers are 4 12 24 28 38 42 Jackpot million
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