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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas To contribute to the United Way call 6207760 Mffar O UMMWkH Rangers CHS advance in playoffs See Sports Page 1B New Braunfels 50 CENTS Herald in two sections Wednesday November Serving Comal County and surrounding areas for more than 144 years Home of PETE DELAFUENTE JR Vol 144 No 257 Inside Mair Birthday wishts from tlw HmMZoftung The Braunfels Herald Zeitung extends birthday wishes to Art Brinkkoeter Pete DeLa Fuente Jr 50 Susan Phillips 40 Marjorie Bal mos Tim jVandelden 40 Keri Hildebrand Angel Fernandez 18 Jacquelin Perez Adam Javier Paiz belated and Daniel Balmos To have a birthday or anniver sary listed here call 6259144 Pollen Count Cedar Ragweed 12 Rotten measured In parts per cubic meter of air Information provided by Dr Frank River Information Comal cubic feet per sec ond down 3 from Tuesday Edwards Aquifer Panther Canyon Well feet above sea level down 02 from Tuesday Canyon Dam cfs Canyon Ijake inflow cfs Canyon Lake level feet above sea level Below conservation New Utilities NBU reports pumping million gal lons of surface water Monday and no well water was used Symphony society to hold special meeting A speciafTfieeting of the i MidTexas Spciety day at Nbryyest Bankin Seguin the purpose of this special meeting is tb consider a change in bylaws to include a provision for endow ments AnVdne who has con tributed tof the MidTexas Sym phony current season is a member of the society and is encouraged to take part Heritage Exhibit continues this week The annual Heritage Exhibit run from 10 to daily through Sun day at the New Braunfels Civic Center 390 S Seguih This years exhibit theme is The Thirties Winds of It focuses on the Depressionera life of New the 1930s Admission is for adults 50 cents for children 6 to 1 2 children under 6 get in free Canyon FFA Boosters hold show meeting The Canyon FFA Booster Club will hold their most impor tant meeting of the year at Monday in the CHS Com mons Registration for all shows will take place Middle school book sale continues today Canypn Middle Schools benefit book sale continues from 8 to 4 today through Friday in the school library The sale features books for all ages Parents may come to the school at any time to review books iq the sale collection Book orders are paid for at the time of selection and will be filled and ready for pickup on Nov 15 The library receives one book for every five sold Family Outreach seminars continue Family Outreach of Comal Cqunty continues to haye its For Kids Sake seminars They will run twice a month for the next two months This seminar is to teach ents how to help their children through the transitions of divorce Clinton cruises to second term Dole carries Texas but falters in other GOP strongholds By MIKE FEINSILBER Associated Press Writer President Clinton is savoring another political comeback a secondterm 31state sweep that he says carries an appeal from Americans to put aside the politics of But he confronts a Repub lican Congress strong enough to check his dreams See more election coverage Page 5A and investigate his dealings In a vote for the status quo and the legislative gridlock it sometimes produces the country rebuffed Bob Dole and Ross Perots attacks on Clintons character and instead endorsed Clintons handling of the economy The Democratic presidents emphasis on edu Miller retains cation and family issues appealed especially to women Still Americans opted again for divided government mar ginally strengthening the OOPs hand in the Senate but weakening it in the House Republicans will hold all the chairmanships assuring Clin ton of a new round of investi gations of him his wife and his administration on a range of ethics issues the latest being foreign donations to the Demo cratic Party Obviously theres going to have to be some questions Republican Senate Leader Trent Lott told The Associated Press in a postelection Bob Dote interview And Newt Gingrich one of the nations most divisive politicians retains his speakership of the House Divided government over the past two years has led sometimes to stalemate sometimes to compro mise It shut down the government but also pro duced ground breaking new laws on welfare fam ily leave and health insurance portability Everything about Tuesdays election spoke of a public uninspired by its choices To be said one Clinton voter Mike Morris of Fishers he was the best of the three but Im not happy with any of them It was a tough The turnout at the polls was down sharply A Turn to Clinton Page 5A President Bill Clinton EAA seat By ABE LEVY Staff Wrter Aquifer Authority Board Member Doug Miller was elected to another term Tuesday as the District 9 representative after garnering an unof ficial total of 56 percent of the vote in Comal and Guadalupe counties I think this is a vote of confidence for the job Ive been doing for both Comal and Guadalupe said Miller who collected a total of 1 votes Im anx ious to get started with the directors newly elected to the board to seek longterm solutions on a regional Miller served as an appointed board member Doug Miller since the EAA began operations on June 28 after legal challenges halt ed its birth for 34 months Turn to EAA Page 5A Bradberry still mulls Keller offer By ABE LEVY Staff Writer Charles Bradberry superinten dent for the New Braunfels Inde pendent School District said his acceptance of a job offer to become the superintendent for another school district is still pending due to unexpected delays in negotiations Officials from the Keller Inde pendent School District offered Bradberry the job two weeks ago and came to New Braunfels Thursday to continue negotia tions Bradberry who was expected to announce his decision on Tues day said two Keller board mem bers have been out of town and unable to continue discussions making the process slower than anticipated Their board hasnt been able to meet and I simply havent heard from Bradberry said Wednesday morning It takes some coordination to be able to get together Id like to bring clo sure to it as quickly as TnanK you 1 V resolution to the Legislature Local Democrats are displaying i makeshift thank you card from the first family In the window quarters on San Antonio Street following the presidents reelection Tuesday 5 V I theirdutiesHsaid Suttonsaid it wjs just an fight going si I guess Jacjk bestin the last ton said i f J PPWowfe everything everybody did for me for office was well worth in the and I thajik ttye pemoOratic Party benefit the for me he said MftlwiBaiiuafrft Htroke for said Milli Sutton was orieinallv eoihffto iua attains j fV i voters lican WomensClub officer fevpiw I iimuiu HIIE KUIU uic PvIvylH V4 t a turned out MYoM yX Judge makes pitch to keep 210 area code By ABE LEVY Staff Writer In an 1 Ithhoqr plea to the Public Utility Com mission Comal County Judge Carter Casteel asked the threemember board to keep the county within the 210 area code as the board tries to compensate for the boom in telecommunications The PUC will consider Thursday a request by a working group of industry professionals and experts to retain the 210 area code for the San Antonio area and create two new zones to the south and north including Comal and Guadalupe counties The 210 designation was introduced in 1992 and was a change from the former 512 area code The additional change is needed to account for the grow ing number of pagers cellular phones fax machines and residential and commercial requests for extra lines proponents of the change said Casteel sent a letter to the PUC Monday in which she said Comal County would prefer to retain the current area code since it was only a short time ago that we were changed to the 210 area However Casteel said she understands the Antonio area has a higher population I understand that as we grow weve got to have more numbers but 1 still wish that we didnt have do Casteel said Its going to come and people are not going to be happy People including myself have a difficulty with change Unfortunately itll be the second time for Comal The commission is expected to approve the area code recommendation Thursday but officials said the number of the new area code will not be determined until early next year Phone users will be given about a sixmonth grace period before the new area code will become the official designation Popes change of heart on evolution troubles columnist See Opinion Page 4A w
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