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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 23, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Junior Leaguebaseball team eoritmues nuircli Page Comal County Courthouse Inside Sports Club Birthday wishes from the HeraldZeitung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following birthday wishes to Walter Fellers Brett Nelson Emi ly Schlichting Oscar Bar boza Sr Victor R Rodriguez Jalen Sheffield two Krystal Fay Gutierrez Delia Rahe Leo Schmidt Sarah Lynette Paredez Analisa Garcia and Alexander Villarreal Happy 60th anniversary to Chester and Clara Nolte Happy 45th to Nelson and Dorothy Roemisch and happy anniversary to Rey and Lucy Resales HeraldZeitung to open late Monday In order to finalize construc tion work the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung will be closed Monday morning July 24 Our office will open at 1 Regular business hours will be observed for the remainder of the week We apologize for any incon venience this may cause New press rolls with first edition Todays edition of the Herald Zeitung marks a new beginning for the newspaper and New Braunfels Todays newspaper was printed on our new eight unit Goss Community press Watch for more exciting changes at the HZ Womens Center needs diapers and a crib The Comal County Womens Center 1547 Com mon Street is in immediate need of large diapers size 2335 and a baby crib in usable condition Call 6207520 to help Friends of the Library thanks helpers The Friends of the Library want to thank all of the people who have contributed books records puzzles etc for the big annual sale at the Civic Center There is already a wonder ful selection of new and used books both hardback and paperback and also a tremendous collection of pop ular and classical records Keep up the contributions New Braunfels We look forward to seeing you all at the sale in October Pitch in for the Womens Center Sundance Golf Course is hosting a golf contest to ben efit the Comal County Womens Center Every Saturday in July from 5 to 8 golfers who successfully pitch their ball into a barrel at 85 yards will qualify for a drawing for a weekend vacation at a luxury resort at the beach Chances are for five balls For more information call Sundance at 6293817 winning numbers Lotto Texas 20 29 Est million jackpot TEXflS LOTTEfiV Playing ball in Europe Local Aggie makes a name for himself in Switzerland See Page 6A The survey says The choices for the Republican nominee for President are varied See survey question on page 4A Wildlife Rescue Area volunteers take care of wild animals in distress See Page 1B New Braunfels SUNDAY 40 Pages in four sections Sunday July Serving Comal County for more 3r more than 143 years Home of CHESTER AND CLARA NOLTE Vol 143 No 181 County burn ban looms By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer Residents living in unincorporated areas of Comal County may find themselves being banned from burning open fires in an effort to limit the number and severity of possible fires Weve had a few fires but luckily nothing real bad If we dont do something we could see a lot said Comal County Fire Marshal Milton Willman Willman said there has not been any significant rain since the Fourth of July weekend and areas in the west ern part of the county have become very dry An Emer gency Management Order issued by the County Judge may be needed in the next five to seven days to prevent grass fires County Judge Carter Casteel said she can declare an emergency and enact the ban without having the com missioners court vote on it The order is taken before com missioners court for approval after the Willman said the order would apply to all unincorpo rated areas not under the jurisdiction of city municipali ties the Army Corps of Engineers or Texas Parks and Wildlife People would be able to have a fire in a bar becue pit however the order would ban open burning making it a class B misdemeanor Ive talked with some fire chiefs and theyre for it If we dont get some rain soon well be asking the county judge to declare the he said Casteel said she has not been asked to declare an emergency yet However if the fire marshal requests the order she will declare it without any questions When he tells me to do it I do it because hes the fire marshal and hes out there keeping an eye out for said Casteel Willman said if the ban is put into effect it would remain there until the weather conditions change at which time it could be lifted just as easily as it was put into place We would just go back and ask to have it he said EUWD adopts changes to water conservation plan By DENISE DZIUK Staff Writer HeraldZeitung photos by MICHAEL DARNALL Getting their kicks At top Brett Riley owner of Westhaven Academy of Karate demonstrates his karate technique at Landa Park Saturday morning Above karate students show their stuff The demonstration drew black belts from across the country New Braunfels residents may soon be forced to conserve more water in nn attempt to protect the Edwards Aquifer during a drought or periods of high demand The Edwards Underground Water District approved changes to its Demand Management Plan DMP during Thursdays meeting The changes resulted from a compromise voluntary emergency withdrawal reduction agreement between a pan el of attorneys appointed by Federal Court Judge Lucious Bunton Bunion did not order the district to make changes However he did strongly urge the actions said Tim Young legal counsel for the district Like one board member said were just tinkering with what we already have in said General Manager Rick Illgner According to the changes the reductions will be triggered when water levels at the Bexar County Index Well J17 reach specific points The How at the Comal Springs will also be taken into con sideration The new plan applies to water suppliers municipalities and other nonindustrial and nonagricultural E dont want to leave any doubt that New Braunfels has been conserving Kenneth Ikels water users in Bexar Comal and Hays counties However these enti lies must use at least 18 million gal lons per day to be affected by the plan Its the first time we have the authority to go to Uvalde and Medi na and ask them to cut back 1 like said member of the board Jo Ann De Hoyos When water levels at J17 and spring flow levels reach a certain point a reduction stage will be declared At each stage the water users are allowed to take a percentage of their base usage Illgner said the base usage is the average use for the three lowest months between November and February 1995 However he said an amendment to the original proposed plan allows primary users that use surface water as a primary source and groundwater as a supple menial source to use a different aver These users which includes New Braunfels can use the average usage of groundwater for July August and September of 1994 The amendrncnr raised some ques tion regarding the conservation efforts of New Braunfels Illgner said that applying the same formula for figuring base usage to everyone would be unfair Comal County board representative Kenneth Ikels said the amendment does not mean less conservation He said the fact that New Braunfels even uses groundwater is a conservation method 1 dont want to leave any doubt that New Braunfels has been con serving water Theyre putting in acre feet every year guaranteed as long as the Canyon Lake Reser voir is Ikels said The board passed the DMP with a six to live vote The changes will go into effect on Aug 3 1995 and will automatically die at midnight on Dec 31 1995 Vice Chairman Hans Helland said there are several issues with the pro posal that still need to be considered He said the current plan encourages waste in the winter He also said the new plan takes away certain powers in the current DMP Thats something that needs to be looked at if its gong to be used in the Helland said Couple shares its African experiences with children By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND Staff Writer To Africa and back without leav ing New Braunfels thats where George and Cheryl Guidroz took St Paul Lutherans vacation Bible school students Friday afternoon Take a look at them and tell me what you think is different about Mr Guidroz said as he showed detailed wooden figures to the preschoolers 1 bel they do a lot of things the same as we do he said The youngsters sat silent and still as Guidroz pulled the figures out of a huge basket one by one With the figures as illustration Guidroz painted a picture of vil lage life in Nigeria where he and his family lived for a total of nine years This is how they braid their hair isnt it beautiful Mrs Guidroz Bible school class gains from George and Cheryl Guidrozs trip said as she displayed a large wood en statue of a woman The Guidrozes pointed out Nige ria on a world globe and showed photographs of Nigerian children Draped around their disphr were vividly dyed pieces of Nigerian fabric Children could look but not touch delicate filigree silver jewelry Most people dont have cars Mr Guidroz said as he showed a caning of a bus com plete with passengers Heres a boat its another way people get to A bowl of fruit sat on the table some fruits familiar others exotic What do you think this is Mrs Guidroz said No it looks like a banana but its called a plantain You have to cook She pro duced a bowl full of cooked plan tain lo show the children The children filed onebyone into a grass hut the Guidrozes built Outside the hut a black iron cook ing pot hung over an open The Guidrozes turned the chil drens attention to an intricate wooden nativity scene We think of baby Jesus as being white but they think of baby Jesus as Mr Guidroz said Do you think it makes any difference to God what color His face is A bag of popcorn made of Nigerian batik fabric went with each child as the children left George and Cheryl Guidroz gathered their knowledge and arti facts of Nigeria while Mr Guidroz worked there for the Mobile Oil Corp After moving around the world to work the Guidrozes chose Texas to settle We could have gone anywhere we wanted and we picked Mr Guidroz said When we came back we knew we would live in the Hill Country he said St Paul Lutheran chose Around the World with Jesus as the theme of their vacation Bible school this year The children have visited Colombia India Canada and Chi na as well as Nigeria Now that they are retired for eign travel doesnt lure the Guidrozes We want to see more of the United Mr Guidroz said HeraldZeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Cheryl Guidruz shows the kids some of the things she brought back from Africa Learn how to say No to the person you love See Nancy Logan on Page 4A
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