New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 7, 1996, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 07, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 7, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Kihkers cows joeys the governor Will arrive in New Braurtfels Monday morn fog Although the names are unfa miliar children tenjoy the per formers elephants clowns and the ring master at the Carson and Barnes Circus Monday and Tuesday at the Comal County Fairgrounds The 20 elephants traveling with the circus will pull up the tent Monday morning After the tent is in place the circus animals are available for viewing Acts for the Elegance of the Ori ent theme include aerial acrobatic juggling clowns and more than 100 exotic and domestic animals SuMnWhttby Cheryl Keller tured Walter 4 Animals include giraffes rhinoceroses hip popotami camels llger tigers lions lla mas and horses Performance times are and on Monday and Tuesday Tickets are for adults and for children and can be purchased each performance day starting at 9 Pictured are tickets winners from a Herald Zeitung give away not pic By DAVID D6KUNDER Staff Writer County recycling effort gets boost with grant from AACOG By DEMISE DZIUK Staff Writer The Rural Recycling Program got another boost recently when County Commissioner Moe Schwab announced the county had received a grant for the project Schwab said the county applied for from the Alamo Area Coun cil of Governments However AACOG received requests totaling million and only had to distribute s Of the money received from the grant is for a Pneumatic Tire Lift Truck fora 10bin recy cling trailer for a CAB and CHASSIS for consulting fees and for construction material for a building Schwab received per mission to take any residue funds and apply them toward the construction of a 15 feet by 75 feet slab Schwab said the building will be built later when more money is available I may have to come back to com missioners court and ask for or i more for th JDRUMMOIMD SPECIALTY MAINTENANCE PRODUCTS FOOD SERVICE 210 6067373 358 LANDA ST April 34 April 500 7sOS 905 the but I hope said Schwab Well just pour the slab for now so I dont have to take the taxpayers mon Schwab said the slab and eventual building will be used to store equip ment and baled material He said this will reduce some of the ongoing costs because the county wont have to pay rent on these two big Once the baler is working and mate rial can be baled the county will not have to ship it off right a way Schwab said the bales can be stored and sold when prices are a little higher This could be beneficial to the county con sidering the amount of recyclable mate rial collected If cardboard prices pick up we might even be able to pay our help with he said In September the county will also be eligible to apply for an enhancement grant Two biologists from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Deportments Inland Fish eries Division say the new proposed fishing regulations for the Guadalupe River need to be given a chance to work so the Guadalupe can become a yearround trout fishery This Guadalupe River is the only place in the state in which we can do a yearround trout biol ogist Dave Terre said Terrc and his colleague biologist Steve Magnelia were defending the proposed fishing rules by that would attempt to develop a trout fish ery in the Guadalupe River The new fishing regulations would change the current no minimum to a 16inch min imum length limit for trout caught The fiveday bag limit would be reduced to a three fish a day bag lim it and only artificial lures would be allowed These proposed regulations would cover a 10 mile area of the Guadalupe River from the second bridge crossing on River Road upstream to the easternmost bridge crossing on FM 306 near the White Obituaries George F Lenz George F Lenz age 80 of New Braunfeis passed away on April 4 1996 He is preceded in death by his wife of 24 years Hazel Moore Lenz George is survived by two brothers and their wives Ferdinand and Laura and Harold and Nell a sisterinlaw Louisa all of La Vemia brotherin law Herbert Volkmann of San Anto nio two nieces Laura Ann Merz of Seguin and Helen Gerlich of College Station two nephews Ferdinand Lenz Jr of Garland and Edgar Lenz Jr of Farmers Branch Services are Monday April 8 at 2 at Finch Funeral Chapel in La Vemia Interment will follow at Sunset Memorial Park Finch Chapel will be open for visi tation on Sunday April 7 from 3 to 8 The family will receive friends from 5 to 8 Memorial contribu tions may be made to the charity of ones choice water Sports Campground Fishing regulations above the FM 306 bridge to Canyon Dam would remain the same as they are now If we dont feel like they regulations are working we will revert to the way It was or modify them We are not ataylng with something that wont Dave Terre biologist The proposed rules have raised con cerns among landowners and fisher men along the river because they say the regulations would infringe on the rights of natural bait fishermen who have fished on the river for many years Natural baits would be such baits as corn cheese worms and insects Magnelia said the mortality rate for fish who are caught and released on natural baits is about 40 percent corn Robert E Busies Robert E Bustos age 69 of San Antonio Texas and a former resident of New Braunfeis died Friday April 5 1 1996 A rosary will be recited Sun day April 7 at 6 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel The funeral procession will depart the funeral home on Monday at 1 30 for a Mass at 2 at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church Interment will follow in the Saints Peter Paul Catholic Cemetery Visitation contin ues Sunday until 9 and Monday until 1 30 Minnie Kratz Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfeis Texas for Minnie Kratz who died at Eden Home on Fri day April 5 1996 at the age of 92 years Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Subscribe To LOCAL IMsTGRNtT ACOESS5 M ml I On New Braunfeis First LOCAL Point to point service World Wide Web EMail News PHASE Sign up now and receive March 96 access FREE File Transfer Only for 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meeting in May The commission will have the final say on whether or not the proposed fishing regulations will go through Unlike some trout fisheries around the state temperatures in the Guadalupe River are cool year round because the water is released from Canyon Magnelia said studies in 199394 showed promisingresults tbrthe sur vival of trout on the Guadalupe River stating that the trout had grown between the summer and fait of 1994 Terre said if the proposed regula tions are approved by the Parks and Wildlife Commission he and the rest of the staff would monitor them closely j It is an experimental Terre said stay on top of these regulations and we will evaluate them regularly If we dont feel like they are working wi will revert to the way it was or modify them We arc not stay ing with something that wont VOTE FOR INTEGRITY FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY AND TRACK RECORD IVOTEFORJACKBREMER WM MAYO M Pol Adv Jack Branw 12581 Hwy BnunMs TX 78132 Attention Employers Hire the best with our 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