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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 3, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEITUNG.COM | Thursday, November 3, 2011 | 5  ^ m 9%9  s.i\m  Continued from poge ]  Rorriney's campaign said that wasn't true.  fVrry spokesman Ray Sullivan callcxl the Cain campaign's assertions against Perry "both reckless and false"  "For a candidate and campaign that claim to be the victims of unfounded a nfI u npn )ven accusations, they are awfully quick to hurl unfounflt'd at cusations thf'mselves. Contrary to the Cain campaign's f.vlsi' accusations, there is not one shred of evidence that any m('mber of the P(Yry team had anything to do with the re(ent stori(^ regarrling Herman Cain “ [-XH aus(‘ it isn't true/' Sullivan said.  Tlu' woman said she did  FEES  not tlie a formal complaint against Cain because she began having fewer interactions witbnim. Latefi; she learned that a co-worker — one of the two women whose accusations have rcxrked Cain's campaign this week — had already done so. She said she woulil have felt she had to file other-wis(‘. She said Cain told her that he had confid(*d to colleagues how attrac tive she was and invit(*d her to his cor{X)rate apartment outsidt' Work, His a( tions "were inafjpropriate, and it made me fet'l unc < )mfortable," she said.  EarlitT this wi*ek, amid th(> allegations but not addrc'ss-ing them s(K‘c ifically Cain said he had "a sense of humor, anrl som(> people hav(‘ a problem with that."  But the former em()loye('  told the AP; "People have said he's a jovial guy But I never knew him to make jokes like that."  The AP confimied that the employee worked at the restaurant assix iation with Cain during the period in question, that she has no f)arty affiliation in her voter registration in the [)ast dtxade and is not identified as a donor in f(‘deral (am-fwigns or kxai fiolitical (am-paigns. Recofils show she was rf'gistert'd as a D('m(K^-rat at one pi )int ()reviously.  Asked for comment alioUt the accusations, including the most ret ent, ( ain spokesman |.l). Ciorrlon s<iid, "Mr. Cain has said over the f)ast two days at public events that wc> c ould sit' (>th-  allegatior as tnisa  against him as this ap[).illíng smear c ampaign continuc's."  WURSTFEST  Continued from page 1  will play beginning at 7 p.m. in the new' facmty.  Oth(>r Wurstfest activities include the carnival area for kids and the Marktplatz offering shopping and uniqu(' f(K)d such as kartof-fel puffers (potato ()an-cakes) or chicken-on-a-stick. Other food favorite's include bread pudding, sa U s a ge - o n - a - s t i c k, f r i ed [)ickl('s and funnel c ake.  Also on Friday night, the old-time mc'lodrama returns to Wurstfest aS "Oone with the Wurst" lakes the stag«' all 10 days of Wurstfest .it the ( ircle Arts Th('atre, located ad)a-( ent to the Wurstfest grounds at 124 Fli/abeth St. For infortTiation, ( all  The annual celebration of all things  sausage opens at 4 p.m. Friday, with opening ceremonies at 5 p.m. The event continues through Nov. 13 at the Wurstfest Grounds,-m Landa Park. Hi Scan JO  this QR __  code to n visit Wurstfest online or go to   www.wurstfest.com   (8 Kl) 8Í7-Í1172.  For a compi(*te list of  Wurstfest-related activities; go to  www.wursffest.ebm .  The Wurstfest Association of New Braunfels is a non-profit corporafion whose purpose is to pr(>-mote the local economy through tourism and pro-mot e a n d p r c* s e r v e t h < • community's rich German heritage. Pr<x t'eds from the event DC•nefit a wide varic'ty of projc*( ts.  After 7 p.m., admission to th(‘ festival is $8 at the gate; children ages 12 and youngc'f will bc' .idmitted tree at all times Wurstf(>^f (ontinucs through Nov. 1 ^ (iri)U() rates, advancc* di''  (ounts and spe( i.il vvec'k d.w [)r()moli(Ki^ are <ivail able. For mtorm.Uion about Wurstfest, call <8 U)i f)2S <Hfi7 or K8(){) 221 4 U)'t or visit the Web site ,)t vvvvw.wurstfesl .i oni.  Continued from page 1  "This would capture a hc'c k of a lot ot money," Wibert said.  Ic)i the past two years, m.nntaming the Comal River cost New Braunfels $S{)0,0()() each year. On a typical Saturday or Sunday, Wiliert said as many as U),50() peof)le would visit, with as many as 2,()()() pc‘()|)le going cknvn th(' chute in a single hour.  "All tubc'S (will) have to go through an outfitter," Wibert exi)lained. "This has been brought up in our meetings before, but I h<w(> only heard those words ( ome out of the mouths ot the outfitters.  "I think someone else needs to say it bet ause it sounds selt-sf»rving, (but) it IS .Ktually a very good idea."  In addition to generating revenue*, Wibert said his proposal would rid the rive>r of a lot ot troublemakers, who would now have th(> rules explainc>d to them bv the outfitters.     l>ecause    shu      V        \      _r                           service also comes with tube rental, Wibert said it will also prevent "a drunken parade" of [)eo-plc' pouring from the Last Tubers Fxit to their parked cars nearby,  (ommiltee member Craig Hall said it more police were assigned to wat( h the* river, many ot thc'se problems — which ar(‘ a cohol relate'd — would go away.  "1 think if we could control public intoxication better, we'd find half thes(> issue's wouldn't be as big as they were," Hall said. "The river is not fit for our kids."  (ommittc'c' me^mber and Te'xas Tubes Owner Colie Reno disagreed, saying he felt sim )ly rc'quiring a fen*, as Wibert suggested, would kee[) away most ot the Iroub emakers who will go look for other free places to tool otl.  "If you get it to wher(' people are paying, you ensure beiter clientele," Reno said. "There's a difference in the crowd that got's to Motel f) and the Hyatt ... I think charging is th(‘ kev."  Aft('r a presentation by St hlitte»rbahn's jeff Henry, the ad hoc committt>e split into three subcommittees for an hour to discuss traffic and [)arking, tubing revenues, and satety. It then reassc'mbled and pre se>ntc'd more ideas on how to improve the rivc'r situation.  They includi'd;  •    ()tt(‘ring season passes to lot als.  •    Fstablishing revenue re>c|uir(>ments with fiigher [)ric('S on holiday week ends  •    Reck'sign ot the ( hutes on the river.  •    R('()uiring lileia(kets tor t hildren <uid inf.uits.  • Setting up additional litc'guafd posts.  No tirm dec isions were mack', ascommittc'e ta( il-itator Andy Sansom had hope'd for halfway through the meeting. How(‘ver, Sansom said h(> was "re.il-Iv tic klc'd" at the progrt'ss the membc'rs made during th(> i 1/2 hour met't-  ing.  Sansom expc'tts torni.il rt‘( ommc'ndations to l)c draft(‘d at the (ommittee's next mec'ting, wlru I) will b(> at 4: U) p.ni. Nov !(> a! the M( K(>nna I vents ( cn l(»r The bodv will tlien pri'sent its ret ommenti.i tit)ns to the* New BriUiti-l('ls ( it\ ( ount iL  Let’s work together to trim back trees  Have you noticed tree lirnbs growing close to power lines? Overgrown limbs are a potential fire hazard and could also lead to an interruption in service. Trimming back those limbs is dangerous work, so call PEC at 1 -888-554-4732 and let our professionals take care of it safely.  At PEC, your safety is our top priority.  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