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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 3, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas aotar To contribute to the United Way dan 6207760 Inside Sports Stnmmtisch Birthday withes from the HmMZeltung The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends the following Dirthday wishes to AdMyn Ofinondf ncojy Oniiondj Sarah PratiM 3 NomM Mmtoro CortMt 15 years Bobby Kraft lanchai 25 y SaH 80 yaara old on Roaa Korpl Robort Floras Taw 14 yaara Ballnda Ozuna Al Houk and Maroarat Tra nan balatad on Happy anniversary wishes go to Clarence and Doris Bueche 40 years on Carl and Marty Davis 35 years on Douglas and Patri cia Feuge 28 years on Satur Henry and Barbara Hand 39 years on Saturday and Bias and Nena Gomez 26 years on Thursday To have a birthday or anniver sary listed here call 6259144 School seeks refuse as garden resource the studentsof Carl Schurz Elementary School need dona tions of cow manure old hay leaves and other compostable materials for the large garden they are planting For more information call David Heefner at 6257361 GOP offers rides to polls for voters Ih ofderiq encourage people Coma County is providing car pooling to the polls for Election Day on Tuesday Voters should call Republican Headquarters at 6296442 to arrange a ride If possible voters should also have their voter certificates avail able although it is not neces sary Thefparty also invites the pub lic to watch the returns come in at its headquarters beginning at 7 Screening set for Alpha deficiency A free confidential screening for Alphaantitrypsin deficiency will be conducted from 10 to 5 today at the New Braunfels Utilities Building on the Main Plaza The screening is sponsored by Bayer Pharmaceuticals the American Lung Association of Texas the University of Texas Health Center at Tyler the Alpha National Association and Alpha members of Texas MidTexas Symphony begins rehearsals today Rehearsals for the MidTexas Symphony Chorus begin at 2 today at Ayers Recital Hall on the Texas Lutheran Univer sity campus The chorus will per form parts of Handels Messiah under the direction of Dan Long For more information call Fred Frueholz at 6256420 Optimist Club to meet Monday The New Braunfels Optimist Club will meet at Mon day at Molly Joes Restaurant Newcomers Club to look at education Rose Marie Hash president of the Coma Area League of Women Voters will be the guest speaker at the Newcombers Club of New Braunfels meeting at Tuesday at the Seniors Center of Comal Couiv ty Eash will discuss the many educational services available to local citizens and how they can effectively get involved in their government and have an impact on political decisions at the local state and national lev els i as i VV j t a ia i j See Page 3A New Braunfels SUNDAY jfj rw 73 79903 60 pages in four sections Sunday November Serving the Gomal County area for more than 144 years Home of Carl and Marty Davis Vol 144 No 255 Clinton Dole trade jabs as campaign enters final days before election From wire service reports Cruising into a final weekend of frenetic campaigning with a sizeable lead in the polls President Clinton accused his opponents today of employing the old politics of division for electoral gain I say to them weve seen the results of this Clinton said in his weekly radio address which he made while campaign stop in San Antonio The politics of division yields only division and Without mentioning Republican challenger Bob Dole by name Clin ton said Many people treat elections as opportunities to divide Campaign aides said Clinton was aiming at Doles use of affirmative action and immigration as wedge Clinton Dole making his last weekly radio address before Tues days election listed the differences between him and the president and promised to maintain his values if elected I will not be Dole said as he rode in a bus caravan across Michigan as part of a 96hour marathon campaign tour I will not turn against the values that shaped me 1 will never run on a stolen Dole also hurled accusations of a scandalous past in the Clinton admin istration I want a White House that never compromises its ethics or violates its Dole said I still believe in the honor of that office highest in this land the highest in the world and 1 am still offend ed when that honor is Dote kv corns name their queen i vJjJA HwakJZeltung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Vargas and Paul Gonzalez aaeort nawiy crowned Naw BftourMWt Homicomlnfl April Luna under a bridga of aWort duringfrWayt against the Seguln Matadors Myron Rortn and the Wurst Navy float In Friday evening to help open annual s i iii 1s i i V I i JnaphotobyiMICHAELpARNALL event will continue l toward f Vf Myron Floren has jojne to yw Braunfels for 29 years to V p to crowd at Wuretfest and it gets year he said t feels wonderful pr m they say here iftmn teHq about Why he Wuitffrt ph Page 3A ritfwrt for today and Monday appears on Page 2A ftxyn tttt Wuratfast 5mile Run v andCana M ario my wife Berdyne looks forward i i tnfaia nna ft WurstNavy jkj HeraldZeitunfl photo by MICHEL BARNAUL Wuretfmt Prwkfcnt Rurty and hia Pam chow down M thay opan Kklay taattval with tht traditional aauaapa biting miered on network television in 1955 The Floren first played at Wurstfest jn 1907 show left network TV in 1982 but it still when the event was 6 years old and stiH appears on 272 public television stations going through growing pains Spending 10 days at Wwrstfest in New I still remember when I was rehearsing Braunfels is a family vacation he sajd with the band we were standing in water in It is one of things that has become what is now part of the Opa Room Floreri a family thing forBerdyne and he said said The floor still had dirt on it and it A number of reasons cpntribute to that had been raining when we came family FJoren said One is his Back then everything was in one room wifes German background and there were a couple pf things Then the frjendliness the idea pf SP Ftoren said Of course now the grounds many people getting tpgether and having a are more cleaner and thsre is entertainr Garden Ridge seeks water deal with NBU By ABE LEVY Staff Writer In light of upcoming pumping restrictions on Edwards Aquifer wells the city of Garden Ridge is asking New Braunfels Utilities to consider selling some of its surplus water rights By the end of the year all Edwards well owners must sub mit basic information about their wells to the Edwards Aquifer Authority The information must include information on the most water pumped in one year between 1972 and 1993 According to Senate Bill 1477 which created the author ity the total claims must not exceed acre feet of water initially and acre feet by2010 Some estimates currently indicate that the regions wells are using at least acre feet causing many well owners like New Braunfels Utilities and Garden Ridge to anticipate cutbacks during the permit process NBU General Manager Paula DiFonzo said cities and util ities are left to guess how much water they will be able to use because the criteria for making cutbacks lias not been set and Tuesdays election may cause significant changes in the EAAs 15member board EAAs job is huge and will be one of the toughest things trying to jump into because there are such big issues and deadlines to face with said DiFonzo whose term as an appointed EAA member for Comal County ends in December The concern is If Im permitted how do I meet my growth Officials in Garden Ridge where the systems customer base is almost entirely singlefamily homes expect the EAA to limit the use of the citys three aquifer wells Garden Ridge Mayor Jay P Millikin sent a letter more than a week ago to DiFonzo seeking negotiations for a possible purchase of water either from NBUs surface water rights or through aquifer water rights after the EAA com pletes its permitting process Other cities such as San Marcos expressed interest this past summer in buying water from NBU which can expand its surface water treatment plant to supply up to 24 million gallons of water per day DiFonzo said she began discussions with Millikin on Friday and expects to resume negotiations this week NBU currently has rights to pump about 8 millipn gallons per day from the Guadalupe River and Canyon Lake through its surface water treatment plant It plans to claim almost 9 million gallons per day as its historical high for use from its aquifer wells The utility reached that mark in 1986 Over the past summer NBU used an average of about 10 million gallons per day of water from both the surface and aquifer sources and it averaged about 7 million gallons per day for the year utility officials said If the EAA grants NBU its historical claim the utility would have about 17 million gallons per day of combined surface and aquifer water rights leaving a surplus it could sell to other communities Millikin said he will ask for about to gal lons per day in a contract that ends in 2005 He then may ask for to million gallons per day in a contract running from 2005 to 2010 New Braunfels is big enough for more than one chamber See 44
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