New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 11, 2005, Page 9

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November 11, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Water board approves sale From Staff Reports CANYON LAKE — The board of directors of the Canyon Lake Water Supply Corp. canvassed voting results from Saturday’s balloting on whether to sell the nonprofit utility to a California firm. Board Secretary Bill I lolmes reported at Wednesdays regular trustee meeting that 952 votes were cast in favor of the sale to San Jose Water Corp. Holmes reported 296 votes against the sale. The margin in favor was 76.3 percent to 23.7 percent. In all, 18.4 percent of Cl WSC members cast votes. CLWSC spokesman Robert Case said the number of votes cast surpassed tile utility’s quorum of IO percent of members. The official number of votes in favor.also exceeded the required two-thirds of those voting, wliich was required for the sale to proceed. The deal, under which SJW will set up a Texas corporation that will own CLWSC, requires the firm to assume and retire $20 million in debt, pay out $3.2 million to members and set up an eight-member board of directors that will include three members of the current board. The sale is expected to take six months to a year to complete. It must be approved by Texas regulators. We’ve Expanded! 3 Buildings FULL of antiques and collectibles! Holiday Sale! ALL Furniture and glassware 20% oft through December 17th! S Thurs. - Sat. 10am • 6pm • Sun. 12 am - 6 pm 1305 W. San Antonio St. • New Braunfels, TX 78130 • 626-7744 HOTGUN WILLES Lawn and Garden Equipment Repair • 168 VV. Nacogdoches • New Braunfels 830-626-8874 • 210-827-0272 Clit I Offering residential and commercial repair services. ii WE WILL BE CLOSED ON NOV. 22, 23, 24 & 24 HAVE A FABULOUS THANKSGIVING! COVERING SONGS FROM METAL BANDS SUCH AS: METALLICA PANTERA KILLSWITCH AS I LAY DYING & MORE! NOVEMBER ll, 2005 FRIDAY NIGHT 8:00-11:00PM FREE CONCERT £OMAL CO. FAIR CR0UNPS/C0RRAL SMM SHOP IIAMWM ffl: pofkaudio JVC On LM VEHICLE ACCESSORIES SSO, .V,.I--:- AIMQIHAHD EZmTTTTFl rRO\iTfCR (Mi*no* Tm* Au WB Sti.un Aoimwi. Discounts ami PtftotMt!) League of Women Voters Comal Area Invites you to the annual fund raising auction on Tuesday, November 15 at the Forke General Store. The League of Women Voters Texas Education Fund publishes Voters Guides for local, state and federal elections. Through the Guides the League provides an opportunity for every candidate to inform the voters of their positions on the issues of the day. The auction raises funds to support this important educational effort. Auctioneer: Comal County Sheriff Bob Holder Items Donated include: ♦Genuine Bob Holder Cowboy Hat * Budweiser Camp Chair ♦Dry Comal Creek Wine and Hors d'ouvres for IO ♦Starbucks Gift Certificate ♦Gruene Onion Grill Gift Certificate ♦Buck Pottery Mortar and Pestle ♦Pena Housecleaning Service ♦Pen and Ink Drawing of the Comal County Courthouse ♦Antiques from Local Collectors ♦Handmade Jewelry Wine, cheese and dessert will be served. The auction starts at 7:00 P.M. at the Forke Store on Conservation Plaza, 1300 Church Hill Dr. (Northwest of Goodwin Primary School off Loop 337). Everyone is invited. Come join ie party, hid in the auction, and meet members your League of Women Voters. Annual Holiday Shopping Exbravasanza COMAL COUNTY FAIHCKOUNDS EXHIBIT HALL Saturday, November 12u 10 am to 4 pm IAI H OK SR/KE » • • • • • •—« FREE PARKING & FREE ADMISSION / CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Food, drinks, fun for only $20 be working the Little League booth because my sons are in it and our church youth group is doing the Connections booth.” Henk said she’s been coming to Wurstfest for 39 years and planned a orderly route through the concession stands. What she couldn’t eat, she planned to take home with her in a paper tote bag. “I know exactly what I want after all these years,” she said. “I start at one end and work my way through. Last but not least, I get a good potato pancake.” Abernethy said he is also a Wurstfest regular, but didn’t have an exact schedule in mind. More important than a route, he said, was checking prices to find the best deals. However, some things could not be bargained for. "It’s all about the potato MANDY REARY/Herald-Zeitung The three Herald-Zeitung participants - Celeste Salge, left, Mike Abernethy and Wanda Henk — were fans of the potato pancake while other purchases differed, ing wurst in tachen and beer to the always popular sausage on a stick. pancaices, but I have to start with a cold beer,” he said. “I have to cleanse my palate — Wurstfest style.” Henk and Salge skipped the beer booth and went straight to a favorite treat — wurst in tachen, a sausage in a pita with sauerkraut. The sticker price for wurst in tachen is $4.50, but since Salge’s husband worked the booth, she saved some money with a price of $2.25. “Sauerkraut is an acquired taste,” she explained. “Some sauerkraut is really, really sour but this is good sauerkraut.” Abernethy said sauerkraut was one of the things he would simply not eat. However, he was willing to fork over cash for the kartof-fel puffers, or potato pancakes. The Bracken Volunteer Lire Department’s booth offered the spuds at two for $4.50 or two pancakes and a sausage for $5.50. “I think we all agree that this is the best deal here,” Abernethy said. Salge agreed that there was EVENTS CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Sophienburg-New Braunfels Archives & Museum of History 10 a.m.-5 p.m. - ARTFest/New Braunfels Art League Gallery 10 a.m.-5 p.m. — Art Stein Parade Sneak Peek/New Braunfels Art League Gallery 10 a.m.-5 p.m. —The $100 Box/New Braunfels Art League Gallery something special about the kartoffel puffers. “You can’t get them any other time,” she said. Henk and Abernethy got pancakes and sausage, while Salge skipped the sausage. Henk also picked up a sausage on a stick and shared her potato pancakes with an inquisitive Wurstfest visitor in another concession line. By this point, her bag was getting full with Wurstfest goodies. 10:30 a.rn.-2 p.m. — Kaffee Haus/Conservation Plaza 1-4 p.m. — Heritage Village/Museum ofTexas Handmade Furniture 2-5 p.m. —Tour of Ferdinand Lindheimer Home 5-9 p.m. — The $100 Box Reception/New Braunfels Art League Gallery 5-10 p.m. — Kunsthalle (Arts & Crafts)/Landa Recreation Center adjacent to Wurstfest Gate #2 7:30 p.m. — OldTime Melodrama: "Star Wurst "/Circle ArtsTheatreLeague Gallery Friday, November 11, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 9A "I bring the bag so I can save some food to eat at home,” she said. “But not the pancakes, I have to eat them hot.” Salge and Henk each purchased a pork chop on a stick and beverage for $6.75 and $6, respectively. At this point, Henk was out of cash, but dipped into her own pocket for some fresh potato fries. Abernethy, however, used his price comparison skills to find a cheaper pork chop across the Marketplatz. He purchased his pork for $3, making the others jealous of his savings. “Eve still got lots of money,” he said. "Can I borrow some?” Henk asked. “I bet you’re going to use it for beer.” “You never know,” Abernethy said. “I might just surprise you and get a funnel cake.” Now that they were on the subject of dessert, Salge picked up a fried cheesecake and bread pudding. Abernethy felt he could do better with his money and headed to the Naeglin Bakery booth, where he bought an apple strudel, gingerbread man and zimt fladen pastry. “I have enough left for a beer,” Abernethy said, counting his remaining $4.50. Salge, who had to return to her sta- rang- tion at the Little League booth, said she thought about buying a chicken nose, but planned to spend her last $2 on potato soup. “You can really buy a lot of food for $20,” she said. “Enough to feed two, for sure.” s' TEXAS TEXAS CINEMA 'CMftrimt* Tm IXffiniMif A- ii/ii-n/17 A" ♦ ZATHURA    (PG) (11:25) 2:40 4:50 7:00 9:10 ♦ DERAILED    (R) (12:10) 2:35 5:05 7:35 9:55 _ ♦GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN- (R) (HOO) 2l25 Mild! ♦ THE WEATHER MAN    (R) ♦ CHICKEN LITTLE    (G) (11:30) (12:30) (1:30) 2:30 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9 30 ♦ JARHEAD    (R) (11:35) 2:00 4:35 7:05 9:35 LEGEND OF ZORRO    (PG) (12:15) 3l99J&:35 9 20______ SAW 2    (R) (1:35) 3:45 5:45 7 45 9 45 PRIME    (PG-13) (11:55) 2:20 4:55 7:25 9:50 DREAMER    (PG) (12:35) 2:50 5:05 7:20 9:15 FOG    (PG-13) 7ll58dft  _________ WALLACE & GROMIT (G) 112:29) ilQ 4:40__ ♦ No Pass I Supersavers () No early shows Mon. • Fri. HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE ADVANCE TICKETS ON SALE NOW! 10:30 11:15 2:00 2:45 5:30 6:15 9:00 9:45 STARTS NOV. 18th mnBDBBK ;

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