New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 17, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas
Wednesday, August 17, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7 A
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DeJardo, Fisherman's Corner,
Trout to 18 inches, in deep holes, using silver/red Pistol Pete's, Griffith's No.
16 gnat, fire tiger Terminator in-line spinners and red Eagle Claw Nitro eggs with split shot and No. 12 or No. 14 treble hooks.
Water Clarity: Clear WaterTemp: 86 degrees Current Level: 909.44
Large mouth Bass:
Very good to 6 pounds on cream white Lucky Craft Pointer IOO and impact yellow Lucky Craft Poppers at sunrise along breaklines, and later onTexas rigged watermelon/red YUM Houdini Shad and dirt 3/8-ounce Oldham jigs with motor oilYUM Chunk trailers near northside points and drop-offs in 10 to 25 feet. Upriver, throw a chartreuse/white Bomber "A," weightless baby bass 4-inch Yamamoto Senko and watermelon shad 4-inch Ringworm along ledges and trees.
Good to 3 pounds on pumpkinTerminatorTiny-T jigs with motor oilYUM Chunk trailers and watermelon pearl laminate 4-inchYUM Gonzo Grubs on humps and ledges in 5 to 20 feet.
Good on live minnows, vertically jigging CC spoons and trolling fire tiger Bomber "As" off main lake points.
Fair on live minnows and white 1/16-ounce jigs around submerged trees, brush piles and standing timber at night under lights in 6 to 12 feet.
Very good to 10 pounds drifting jumbo minnows across main lake points at night under lights and good trolling 1-1/2-ounce Curb's striper jigs in 20 to 40 feet.
Good on live crickets and red wigglers.
Channel and Blue Catfish:
Fair to 8 pounds on red wigglers, shrimp dipped in blood bait and on trotlines baited with Redneck soap bait.
Fair to 20 pounds on jug-lines baited with jumbo minnows along ledges in 30 feet.
CL Youth soccer registrations this month
The Canyon Lake Youth Soccer Club will accept registrations for the fall season each Saturday in August.
Interested parents and players should look for the registration table between 9 a.m. and I p.m. in the parking lot of Mountain Valley School. Fees for the season will be $55 per player, which includes a uniform and a trophy. Families with more than two children receive a price break, as the maximum cost per family is $120. The hill season begins Sept. IO.
CLYSC asks that parents consider helping with field preparation and committee responsibilities as the club depends on volunteers to function.
Work days at the soccer fields will be at 9 a.m. Aug. 13 and Sept. 3.
THE LAKE • STARTZVILLE • SATTLER • FISCHER • HANCOCK
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Incorporation election drawing close
By David Rupkalvis
STARTZVILLE — In just more than three weeks, residents of Startzville will have a tough decision to make — to become a city or not.
Since local businessman William Wooley went to County Judge Danny Scheel in June with a petition asking for incorporation, residents have lined up on both sides of the issue.
The proposed city boundaries would include the historic town of Startzville, which had about 7,300 residents in the 2000 Census. It would comprise about 8.1 square miles and encompass the I ’M 2673 area up to Cranes Mill, following the lake shore southeast to Sunburst Road and then back to FM 2673, completing the loop.
In a series of three public meetings, residents asked questions, debunked myths and debated the issue. The majority at each meeting, which sometimes grew heated, seemed opposed to the idea.
Wooley said his primary concern when considering incorporation was that New Braunfels, Bulverde or San
A talk around the table to empower women
DAVID INGRAM Herald-Zeitung
Tony Carroll questions the reasoning behind wanting to incorporate Startzville at the second meeting held at the Startz Cafe over the issue in the past week.
Antonio may try to annex the area. Information brought out at the meetings revealed, that while annexation was not impossible, it was unlikely for at least the next decade.
Despite the heated debate, the election is still planned, giving voters the chance to make their own decision. On Election Day, votes can be cast at the firestation on Oblate Drive.
Everyday life amazes me. Things pop up unexpectedly, such as this, writing a column in the newspaper.
I am opinionated enough and am always jamming more into my busy schedule than humanly possible. But oh well, why not.
Women in general are very complex, multi-tasked pinch hitters and psychiatrists. Women never really grasp the scope of the impact they have on the lives of their children, friends or mates. For many, it is ingrained in us to take the back seat, be the co-pilot or simply just hush.
Well ladies, it’s time to be empowered.
Let’s just start with the title —Table Talk. It sounds comfortable and simple. Ladies, our best conversations, times of giving advice or listening, happen around the table. Let’s face it, after the job, the kids and the errands, where else can you kick back and just think and say whatever comes to mind.
Theres an old saying that men need to go explore die
CALENDAR of EVENTS
Canyon Lake Rotary Club
Date: Wednesdays Time: Noon
Location: CRRC Building, Sattler
Information: (830) 964-4744
Noon Lions Club
Datejoday Time: Noon
Location: Canyon Lake Golf Club.
Information: (830) 935-4263
Silver Sneakers Exercise
Time: Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays at 9:30 a.m.;Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. Location: CRRC below Canyon Lake Dam You should know: Senior-targeted, low-impact exercises with trained instructors, using balls, chairs, light dumbbells.
Cost: Free to Secure Horizons members; others, $2 suggested donation. Information: Call Jaynellen Bateman at (830) 964-3003.
Date: Saturday Time 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Location: Super S Market in Startzville and Ace Hardware on FM 2673
You should know: Canyon Lake Community churches are hosting the drive. Do not donate on empty stomach. Drink lots of fluids before and after donating.
Information: Call Jessica Glassco at (210) 731-5555, ext. 1320.
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Well ladies, we seem to be able to i accomplish that around the four corners of our table.
I hope this column will encourage you, make you think and, maybe, occasionally upset you. My goal is to entertain, enlighten and empower women to stand their ground and believe in themselves.
I hope to entail the life, mindset and trials of a single mother and business owner who tries to encourage, provide and nourish her children.
I am looking forward to setting the table with you next week.
Marilyn Bush is a mother of four children and a business owner.
Time: Noon to 1 p.m. Location:Tye Preston Memorial Library You should know: Marilyn Bush of Mrs. Bush's Pie Company in Canyon City will demonstrate proper methods of making good pie crusts and pies. Bring a lunch and learn. Coffee and tea will be provided. Information: (830) 964-3744
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