New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 9, 1995, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 09, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas .Students and teachers on the Great River Run visited the GBRA ■Hydroelectric Plant at Canyon Dam as part of a day-long introduction to the use of water in the upper Guadalupe River basin. Natural river flows tare passed through turbines at the plant to create hydroelectricity and are then returned, clean and unpolluted, to the river, where they can •benefit other water users. Great River Run turns Guadalupe into an outdoor classroom Students and teachers from throughout the Guadalupe River basin recently completed a 4-day watershed outreach education tour designed to give them a greater understanding and appreciation of the state's water Resources and conservation programs. I The program is administered by the Texas Manne Advisor) Service and the Texas Sea Grant College Program (both part of the Texas A&M University System), and is sponsored locally by the Guadalupe-Bianco River Authority (GBRA). From June 20-23. student teacher teams and their instructors traveled the length of the river from Canyon Dam to Matagorda Island to learn through observation and experience how the river is used by cities, industry, agriculture. and wildlife. * The tour began at the GBRA Nolte Island facility, where regional laboratory director Debbie Magin taught participants how to test water samples for •Texas Watch, a public water quality »Jnomtonng project of the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission. ^•Texas Watch volunteers sample water J-i&t a specific location on a regular basis. ♦?Their data, which is reported to TNR-♦jCC, provides vital information on the ♦'■health of overs and streams throughout J<the state. I* Other highlights included a tour of ♦She GBRA hydroelectric dam and powerhouse at Nolte Island to learn how ♦Awater from the river can generate elec-/Iricity; visiting a GBRA wastewater ♦•treatment plant to understand how current treatment methods deliver clean Awater back into rivers and streams; ♦ and a trip to the Structural Metals plant ’An Seguin to understand how SMI uses ♦ {water from the Guadalupe River while •♦^also practicing water conservation. V; On the following day, the Corps of a Engineers hosted a tour of the Canyon ♦ Dam and outtake structure to explain v how the reservoir provides flood control and water conservation benefits y*for the river basin. After a tour of the £GBRA Canyon Hydroelectric Plant, ♦♦students and teachers boarded rafts for v a trip down the Guadalupe River for a //first-hand look at its importance as a //habitat for aquatic plants and animals. /* The second half of the Great River + . J--'Run focused on the lower basin’s role |y'in providing water for agriculture, ‘♦♦ industry, and the rich variety of manne *• life that inhabits the estuaries and bay- J'.ous at the mouth of the Guadalupe C«_. ♦'.River. At Tivoli, GBRA representatives Kjtonducted a tour of the diversion system and v isited the Salt Water Bamer ♦♦♦That can be inflated to keep salt water /♦flows from contaminating river water ♦♦^during low flows or drought.To con Include their learning expenence, stu-/♦dents and teachers spent a day on ^ -{Matagorda Island under the guidanc scientists from the U.S. Fish and .♦♦♦Wildlife Service. They learned about gillie functions of a bamer island, how an ♦ ‘{estuary depends on freshwater flows ■^-Jfrom the river to sustain manne life, {£jind studied current aquatic sampling / /and momtonng techniques. V* The Great River Run is open to any y* r»r! u & g I V. Sa Jennifer is “Among Friends.” Call for Sculptured Nails, Manicures and Pedicures. $5 OFF Any Service with this Ad. Expires 8/1/9S Nj$jJ Ari Available bzo-700 j public or private school student or teacher in grades 8-11, interested in environmental affairs and public resource policy Teachers discov er new ways to implement effective water education activities back home in their classrooms and also receive TEA-approved environmental education credits. Subject areas covered during the project include water quality, groundwater protection, wastewater treatment, > water laws, wildlife and fisheries, inter-basin transfers, water tights, freshwater inflows for bays and estuaries, flood control, hydroelectric power generation, commercial fisheries, recreation and tourism. For more information about the program, call 379-5822. DEFENSIVE DRIVING CLASS Jim Goodbread (Instructor) 210-625-0312 The Frame Shop and Picture Store Serving the New Braunfels area for 20 Years 9:30 - 5:30 Tuei-Fri. 9:30 - 2:00 Sat 625-1722 1282 Hillcrest f«MT TRAVEL Come By for Cruise Specials NOW! 133 Landa Street J Obituaries Mary J. Johnson Mary J. Johnson, age 94, of New Braunfels, died Friday, July 7, 1995 at the Kirkwood Manor Nursing Home. Funeral services arc Tuesday at 11 a m. at the Live Oak Baptist Church with Rev. Alexander Shephard officiating. Interment will follow in the Comal Cemetery . Visitation will be from IO a m. to 11 a.m at tho Live Oak Baptist Church on Tuesday morning. A rosary will he recited Sunday at 7 p.m. at the Zocllcr Funeral Chapel. A funeral mass is scheduled for IO a rn. at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with Rev Richard Obcrstar officiating. Interment will follow in the Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery. Her body will lie in state until 9:30 a m. Monday when the procession departs the funeral home. 7igller~ yeller'— JL-JnHitw UM' JesuM R. Gonzales Jesusa R. Gonzales, age 81, of New Braunfels, died Thursday, July 6, 1995 at the Kirkwood Manor Nursing Home. She was bom May 7, 1914 in Seguin to Cruz and Angelita Rodriguez. She married Cruz Gonzales who preceded her in death in 1970. She was a homemaker and a member of the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Survivors are daughters Alice Hernandez and Susie G. Castro both of New Braunfels; sons Cruz Gonzales of New Braunfels, Richard Gonzales of Canyon Lake and Baldemar Gonzales of New Braunfels; brother Felix Rodriguez of New Braunfels and 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Ann Pratt Roberts Ann Pratt Roberts, age 89, passed away Thursday, July 6, 1995 at the North Texas Medical Center in McKinney, Texas. She was bom on March ll, 1906 to S. C. Pratt and Ida Mac Pike in Cameron County. On Aug. 13, 1944 she married Harvey L. Roberts in San Antonio, After their marriage they lived in Cibolo for 42 years. She is survived by her sons James Carroll Roberts and wife Sara of Richardson, Texas and A.D. Allee and wife Betty of Watertown, MA.; grandsons Darryl Roberts, Randy Roberts, Steve Roberts, Don Allee, George Allee, John Allee and Weston Allee; granddaughters Pat Brodeen and Linda Mairs; also 16 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren. She was Before You Buy Kvewear.... Did you know ? Creative Eyewear has fashionable styles, superior service & name brands. I HOUR emergency service available! CT^D Creative Eyewear 844 N. Walnut New Braunfels 625-9770 The SPT-7S. efaeat a, c/a^ Remove yourself from the tensions of every day life. Coma receive a European Facial. Our estheticians have been trained by European fadaiists to give you the ultimate treat. A Retreat facial includes a foot and hand massage, skin analysis, gentle exfoliation of skin cells, steaming, and special attention to shoulder, neck and face massage. Applications of creams, lotions and masques are applied throughout the facial according to your special skin type. Come sit back and enjoy a glass of white wine or a cup of tea and see how special the Retreat Salon is! 225 S. Seguin St. New Braunfels £20-0615 "Pitch in" at the NEW SUNDANCE GOLF COURSE and win a Gulf Coast Resort Weekend! / Hioi tho Wonton'! Conjhf* Hit a golf ball into a target for your chance to win a weekend at a LUXURY GULF COAST RESORT! Each contestant has a chance to win a door prize. Proceeds will benefit the Comal County Women'a Canter. Come see New Braunfels’ new golf course and ’’Pitch in for the Women’s Center” I Mii/j.    ts<w    sis—m SUNDANCE    «f»«fp GOLI7 COURSE IIH Chmn St. Im M* 121—/ preceded in death by her husband, mother, father and three brothers: I loury Pratt, Sam Pratt, and George Pratt. Graveside services will be held at IO a.m. Monday, July IO, 1995 at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park in New Braunfels with Charles Mickey officiating. Visitation will begin at IO a.m. Sunday and continue until 9 a.m. Monday. 7q!k jLShm 'cr- TUM WL HOME Alvin Sachsenmeyer Alvin Sachsenmcycr of New Braunfels died Thursday, July 6, 1995 at the age of 75. Mr. Sachsenmeyer was bom in New Braunfels Feb. ll, 1920 to Alois and Hulda (Moeller) Sachsenmeyer. He was an active member of the Cross Lutheran Church and the Lions Club. Mr. Sachsenmeyer is survived by one son, Helmuth Erxleben and wife Bertha of Maryland, two sisters, Stella Holtz of San Antonio and Ida Schmidt Mnnitttiinti of Beeville, Texas; three grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Mr. Sachsenmeyer was preceded in death by his wife of 53 years, Alma (Glen winkcl) Sachsenmeyer and son James S. Erxlcbcn. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Cross Lutheran Church with Rev. Raymond Reich officiating. Interment will follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Visitation begins Monday at 2 p.m.; family will be present from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Memorials may be made to the charity of one’s choice. '>dOenerwOon t barney Om—Wttp" STATION Child's Plate Available IT'S BACK! OUR FAMOUS STEAK 'N' SHRIMP >'0.’    Co'Mipi or ^I    St" mu DAILY 10- V010 * I Oils! 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