New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 6, 2005, Page 5

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July 06, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 6, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, July 6, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 5A FISHING Courtesy of Sylvan and Rose DeJardo, Fisherman s Corner, Canyon Lake Trout Report: Trout to 14 inches using red San Juan worms, chrome/black Terminator in-line spinners, chrome Super Dupers and pink/-red salmon eggs with split shot and No. 12 or No. 14 treble hooks. Canyon Lake ■ Water Clarity: Clear ■ WaterTemp: 84 degrees ■ Current Level: 909.48 Largemouth Bass: Good to 5 pounds on weightless watermelon red Yamamoto Senkos and Texas rigged motor-oil 4-inch Berkley power worms early working submerged creeks in a shallow to deep direction in 8 to 20 feet and at night on large minnows fished on slip floats, Carolina rigged watermelon seed YUM Zella-mander lizards and 4-inch glow in the dark ring worms in 20 to 35 feet. Smallmouth Bass: Good to 3 pounds on green pumpkinYUM Wooly Hawgtails, live crawfish on slip floats and crawfish/green flake YUM Crawbugs on humps and ledges in 5 to 20 feet. White Bass: Fair on live minnows or vertically jigging CC spoons off main lake points at night under lights in 10 to 20 feet. Crappie: Good on yellow Fle-Flys, 1/16 ounce jig tipped with chartreuse Beckley crappie bits and live minnows in back of coves or around brush piles and standing timber at night under lights in 6 to 12 feet. Stripers: Good to 10 pounds drifting comets and hybrid bluegills across main lake points at night under lights. Also good trolling 1-1/2 ounce Curb's striper jigs in 20 to 40 feet. Perch: Good on live crickets and red wigglers. Channel and Blue Catfish: Good to 8 pounds on red wigglers, cut shad, Lewis King punch bait and Big Marv’s cheese bait. Yellow Catfish: Good to 30 pounds on juglines baited with hybrid bluegills or medium goldfish along ledges in 30 feet. How to get your news into the Herald-Zeitung Residents are encouraged to share their accomplishments, special moments and community events. You can submit by: ■ Mail —707 Landa St 78130. ■ E-mail — mmccaghren® herald-zeitung.com ■ Information — Call 625-9144, ext. 222 Three Smithson Valley I Ugh and two Canyon I ligh School alumni were honored recently with the prestigious 2005 Comal ISO Outstanding Graduate Award during the Comal Public School Foundation’s Academic Recognition Banquet. The award recognizes Comal Independent School District alumni for excellence and notable achievements since graduating. Ibis was the ninth year of the program. Each recipient received a specially designed award and a photo plaque of each honoree will hang in the schools’ trophy cases. The honorees were: ■ Danielle Cik Austin (SVI IS 1990) is the executive producer of the WOAI-TV show, San Antonio Living. I ler career keeps her actively involved in personal and public projects that benefit the San Antonio area community, such as her television segments on teens and drug abuse, the country’s military efforts in Iraq (through a trip to Bahrain) and frazzled moms. The station is a major sponsor of San Antonio’s Race for the Cure, and Austin actively promotes it. She uses her job to benefit countless community service and nonprofit programs as well. She earned her broadcast journalism and political science degree from Stephen F. Austin State University. She and her husband, Mark, have one son, Ethan. Courtesy Kari Hutchison Five Comal ISD alumni recently received the 2005 Comal ISD Outstanding Graduate Award for excellence and notable achievements since graduation.They were honored during the Comal Public School Foundation's annual Academic Recognition Banquet at the New Braunfels Civic Center. Recipients were, from left, Ronald Wunderlich (CHS 1965), Danielle Cik Austin (SVHS 1990), and Richard Kelley (SVHS 1982). Michael Kinslow (SVHS 1982) and John Weisman (CHS 1965), the other two honorees, were unable to attend. ■ Richard Kelley (SVHS 1982) is currently a major in the U.S. Air Force stationed at Altus Air force Base in Oklahoma. I Ie is serving as Chief of Tactics at Altus and is an instructor pilot for the KC-135 Combat Crew Schoolhouse. Previously, Kelley was an aircraft commander responsible for the safety of 25 crew members and a one-of-a-kind $850 million aircraft used for sensitive worldwide reconnaissance missions. I Ie enlisted in the Air Force in 1983 and later earned his degree from Southwest Texas State University. I lis master’s degree in aviation operations management from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University is almost complete. In his free time he has volunteered to build and repair a nonprofit youth center’s offices, mentored emotionally handicapped students, voluntarily coached youth basketball, and served as a basketball referee. lie and his wife, Cheryl, have two children. ■ Michael O. Kinslow (SVI IS 1982) is a major in the U.S. Air force and is stationed in (Colorado Springs at Peterson AFB. I Ie currently serves as the aide to one of 13 four-star generals in the U.S. Air force CALENDAR of EVENTS Summer Reading Program Date: Today Time: 11 a.m. Location:Tye Preston Library You should know:The Spurs Coyote will present 12 grand prize bicycles to the children who read the most. Reading logs are due by 11:15 a.m. Children must be present to win. Information: (830) 964-3744 Canyon Lake Masons Date: Thursday Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: Masonic Lodge No. 1425, Startzville Information: 935-2974 Col. Jack D. Wallace Toastmasters Club Date: Monday Time: 7 p.m. Location: GVTC You should know: New members welcome. 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It is now a major highway contractor in Texas with GOO employees. I Ie serves as president/CEO of the company and is very involved in the community and in bis state professional organization, the Associated General Contractors. I Ie has been the president of the ACC’s board of directors and chairman of several committees over the years. Weisman has given his time and energy to the Junior livestock Show, Austin Livestock Show, is serving as a Wells f ar go community director, and is on the American Road and Transportation Builders of America’s executive commit tee. His bachelor’s degree is in business administration-accounting from Southwest Texas State University. I Ie and his wife, Anne, have one daughter, Elizabeth. ■ Ronald Wunderlich (CI IS 1965) is a Korean War veter an, and has taught agriscience for 33 years at New Braunfels High School. I Ie has received FFA’s highest degree, tile I lon-orary American FFA Degree, and has served on the board of directors for the Vocational Ag Teachers Association of Texas for 11 years. I Ie has touched the lives of thousands of young people in Comal County over all these years. Wunderlich is known to volunteer his time at the Spring Branch Volunteer Fire Department’s special events, has served on Comal County Fair committees, and been very involved in the Junior Livestock Show. I lis bachelor’s and master’s degrees are from Southwest Texas State University. I Ie and his wife, Charlene, have three grown children. WOOD FLOORS was Si| Ft. NOW *l.39Sq. Ft. CERAMIC TILE WAS 1^2?Sq. Ft. Now .59c Sq. FT. CARPET WAS iL4? Sq Ft. Now .69' Sq. Ft. LAMINATE FLOORS] WAS $3.79 Sq. Ft. Now .79C Sq. Ft. 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