New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 17, 1994

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 17, 1994

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Issue date: Wednesday, August 17, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas MiSm^SSs Utato Lomtie Stap.rieCtion lOW overall VQttT **«?•**» mSSm rititiritoHtiri Tueadby Qj^st in • V'-    ‘v'" '<• »-H'f ; _ HPI    ■    r,r';    • ’ 111 re liff' '-WFqT^16    10/2?/90 «■ e >£u“S"»* - *® •« r, ■! ti — nside Rlvre 104 Comte Rh*    ...£78    da *flf|oOubiolMtp9f ttoond 1964 Rodeo Queen entries sought Comte County high school juniors ne invited to compete in Oh 1994 Comal County Rodoo QbPCH Coraestants muat bo amoiled in either Comal nkod doric* rn of Anga** btamatioo and entry tams will be available st New Braunfels, aug, i> on tap Everyone ie inviiod lo anend Hons is Sn Antonio on 422 Pereida md S* Aluno* lbs Alg. 19 avern Mao 5*30 p m VoBtmfwrerwill per- tem them and dog stags will ^3s^istlichlfisit, an^l awdavco Maennerchor will ring. • OD InitfWv OD QRDGG TlvT^r “ jtatotafawMlreii^ahte Ttefc-ae wtt ba S3 a the pea. For aawjMim loeuiM^djkii jmx88 to    VB mon iTPnFTnlTnTTir GRU AI1TDQ o. 0625*3206. ulcd the second, third and fourth Tuesday a tbs chmbcf of 00m* mace dor individuals needing assurance is any area of ope rat* tag ab TVa bops over tour yeresggD on a ‘"M**i<>ilykafe*wikttnt,twtmfJy euooeaaAd and pows lo de pea* The service, which offers coun-adhaedPeaaaflfnnua* nrent, pre-venture feasibility, loan To melee as sppointment, call the chancer office at 625-2315. Baria for foe 101st Comal County Fair Parade are sow betag accepted. The parade will ba beld Friday Sept 23, begin* tinge IO ais. Fora an ratty tem or mom informrita, pleeee cell Msrgi Hendrick at 625*1184. The nawapnpof e printsdonracycted — - EUWD to install two new devices to track Comal Springs flow here By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer Two new device! soon to be installed in New Braunfels by the Edwards Underground Waler District will shift the focus of monitoring the Edwards Aquifer to the city. The EUWD plans to install two streamflow gauges, one at Dry Comal Creek and one at Bleeders Creek, by the end of November according to Fiekl Operations Director Bobby Bader. The gauges will allow the EUWD to better monitor springflow levels of the Comal Springs and Comal River by including runoff from foe two creeks and subtracting their flows. This can give a more accurate measurement of the flow coming from the Comal Springs only. “This provides more accurate information,” said Dr. Kenneth Heeia, a Comal County residers and member of the EUWD board “Ifs a batler way to measure the springfkyw. It gives a f per second reading rather FT ~ MHthNreds Kenneth kris “We will know when there*! flow abd how much," arid *«■* Bader. The gauge* I are part of a rial* ^ work beings installed by the* EUWD and the 1 US. Geology Survey acroir ten countiea in the Edwards rechatgb zone. Both strcamflow and predplW-tion gauges will be installed throughout the region, wkh priority goingter the gauges on the two local creek* ' * The gauges will be connected via radio signals to the EUWD office where officials will be able lo track flow levels or pomible flooding Tp tile time its happening” RccoidiiiR tot ta. J— DRUG** “We will be able to track ta! movement af water,** be mid. “Wen be able to track all toe Britons, tatted' tog the annum of rainfall.1 Bader arid brie can also help predict GOUlQ PQRBOly OGGttf HsrariAMg photo by JOHN HUSETH llijiar Fred Fmner purctween the Aral ruflel Pthd Born Betty Wolf, Beoqulcontsnntal Qiit Ticket •Mss arete for Bio BooqutecnlenitiaritMidNMrioQuNt. Tho quNt, rattish Hell Morton, Mary Ann TVMMtun and BmndaDcStateno rn* working on, WM bt drawn for at the chamber of eomnM onnirel trenquot In 1996. Tickets are bclno cold now *y iwauMmk «>* owy *My be purcriaeerf et Bm banquet bi 1999. Tickets ere being cold sr office, looped et 390 8. Septet Bl. levels st the J-17 well at Fort Sam Houston. A court-appointed fatter monitor Aug. I offered in emergency plan lo limit pumping when the upper IGRCllCS OQTtRM lcvtilt HG hRROti VRtiUG* dona, however, on qxingflow levels, not levels ofthe J-17 well. Thus, there is a stoft toward New Braunfels as toe key monitoring point. pgytt wKatoebriHiiMfl1 mat uoocRng mbjMvePtosfag. ■briMfapiPi creek levels throughout toe region. -Utefcgency’ .will also be better able tp monitor the amount of rachets* ha said. The network once completed wig abo include a link with die Natteeri wcrdkt aovioc noon in few HW* iGHi DGGHBe GURUftluS UlCOl VU lUOIRRPNr weather activities, including 1 Defeat of Applewhite puts things back into limbo for springs By CRAIG HAMMIT e*«fl CRRn YVTnRr The defeat of the Applewhite Reservoir by Sen Antonio voters once agrin puts the issue of wrier sources, reitaydeiermiitiig how to bettor manege too* of toe Edwards Aquifer, into question. “Obviously, I’m disappointed 2030 didn't pap“ Mid county waler negotiator Doug Miller. “It would have been a good faith effort on San Antonio's part.** The focus now shifts on other measures to prevent the level of springs in both New Braunfels and San Manos ftom dropping to dugerous levels during dry periods. A federal judge has ordered a waler monitor to devise a plan for pumping reductions fhnuid iowa levels be reached, which he has done. The judge, however, has not acted on the plan. Opponents of Applewhite said measures such as augmentation and recharge dams could be veed to regienirii the aquifer. The Edwards Underground Water District currently operates four recharge fat and is studying tin possibility of augmcBtetion. Another alternative to pumping the aquifer ii developing a source of surface water. The Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority sells wrier from the Guadalupe River, including Canyon I .§1^. to various entities. DevidWalsch, director of planting and development for the agency, arid toe GBRA currendy fas contracts with cities such aa New Braunfels Seguin, and Fort Lavaca, but not San Antonio. OBRA officials have mid they are willing t look rimpplyiig San Aottxtio with some water, but qpuMI not solve tin city's problem. “We can help and we intend to believe we can play a major role,” retd Welsch. Welach mid remits oft Ttene-Tex* Wrier Study would be available within three to tar weeks. Ha arid these results would rinw “how rittfh and at wtwt locations’* the GBRA could psovide wrier. And the Texas r^gfefe*upp will oms tgjtis convene in January. Miliy arid water issues would no doubt be part of toe dUcumtont. “They’U beau kinds ofpeople tying to chaiga tfegp, unfatunridy to ta detriment of Coni Springs," he arid. Rodeway Inn changes policy for local customers By TECLO J. GARCIA Ce Ail UMtar oian wnier A toobwmsn tor toe Rodeway Inn arid Monday the manager for toe New Bnunfeli hotel misunderstood its company policy when toe refused to accomodate a local couple Don McGregor, managing    ta    McGregor Hospitality Group which owns toe hotel, said it had never had a polity of denying accommodations to local residents. “Certainly it is tile policy of our company to weteoore local residents in the same way we would ta visitors from outride the area/* ha ritid. Hotels must sometimes choose their cllcoiel because of ^fIW#AltiilXw ^llW^OMOl^w^rii|H^ Cf the Texas Hotel/Motel association. “Under the law they caq setae santee to anytme they choose,” ha said. “So as long as they do it without rite crimination." Ha said son* hotels rrihas Bandos to nun baccae otto liability involved with catan gaetts. Haaaidholelaanjret being cmtious. *Pw sfeMriQi ft Sod—gy feta besin? mm rill ti. Mrffengor laid. way wa1 By TECCO J. GARCIA Staff Writer Megafoods Stores Inc., Handy Andjra preant company kl ejected lire mi"| unuer " TMynvr U.S. U oft weak. Company pfficftfi arid they hid experienced soma problems arith one of their primary —■ppJfe— who hill dHMteMd to alop damncy of goods. Flaming Foods Watt tttid it did not Handy Andy grocery operations won't be affected, says Arizona based parent company Handy Andy atoare andre a Affaire ptyroent joe Roods dcbvcfod md would Mop ihippil^ lf it WM Mi paid. Ftanteg Wast fpd**1 unwSwfb rems ta Nevada, u^ifoniia and Ari- ■mb. Fleming Foods Tress wppiifs h'ortising or subscription information, coll ni 11 (Metro) GOG ♦ - ■ ■ - ‘Sit*?    ‘lr ■r*;? &^ .if ;

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