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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 21, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas IN SPORTS DAY - New Braunfels Lady Unicorns wins Texas Lutheran College Cia i™ *> •    .    ii    '    mr    im—ii—limn mn—i inn ■ mn ■■mini HKMMS*SI*MflMMMMte*B**H*i I    *BMSte8Ma*MMOMIMMnMMBMMMa*gH**(lInside River conditionsFor nows, advertising or subscription information, call 625-9144 (Metro/ 606-0846 Tucked away from the mainstream, Garden Ridge quietly keeps on growing ■See Tour of Oomal County, page 13A Tour bf Comal Education....... Tho Marttetpiaoa. .274 eftAquifer remain! in limboSo dose UH ll NI aly WI SKM h win tho MenMJUftuMI The New Braunfels Herald-Zeituig extends the following birthday wishes*); Am! Bal-caup (74 yon!, Saturday), UaUm IT —------  a    mr a__ nwcy a* juncDUf raw noowi Pedro Eaparsa, Jr. (Saturday), Backy Moas (14 yoars!, Solar-day), Martha Rogers (80 years! y Monday), Leland Craal (Baler-day), Dorothy EidaaanB (Satar-day), Skaaoa Hobart (Saturday), Marian Johnson (Saturday). Banate Kroger (Saturday), Edward Roan (Saturday), Tara-acMcr vaaiwoayif narao Todd (Saturday), Loyca Bour-net, Vardte Brown, Myrtle Butcha, Jane Kcuagy, EvnHna Krueger, Louie Sour, Melvin ■■■■Cit IPMWC ■UpUUYICO} MadrMnr Baker (Monday), Bdl-son Colwell (Moeday), Mary EMott (Monday), MeMn Haas (Mondavi Arthur Stafford. Ar. pp ama u^b^bu m^Nin nap apa a (Monday), Eufliano vnarreal (Satanta?), CandaceThrift (Monday), Nett W.ABen (Monday), Jack Ahea (Monday).Federal ban on U.S. citizens going into Burundi keeps Bob and Kathleen Krueger miles and miles apart Kathleen Krueger is living her life 30 days at a time. Her husband. Bob, is living in Burundi and working as the United States ambassador. Due to political {notability in Burundi, the US. Sttee Department Ins iuued in evacuation older, barring the families of embassy personnel from the country. The ban is reviewed every 30 days. “Wa thought they would lift the order July 4. Then we thought they would lift it Auguat 4. So the gidt and I are living 30 days at a time, waring*) ace if we can get into Burundi,” Kathleen Krueger aid “I’m afraid the chances are getting summer every day. We have heard that if it is not lifted October 4, Now that the Applewhite Reservoir project hoi been defeated by San Antonio voters, ceride*! of the Edwards Aquifer recharge none will wait tor aheme-dvos to pulping of the aquifer. One ach a1 terns-tive touted by Appto- ■    Kenneth I tote column, white opponents is Papa 2B    » felted «nwyiv#Vwt pumping water back into die aquifer to supplement flow of the Comal and San Marcos Springs. A federal judge ba already heard a plan from hid appointed water monitor to limit pumping of th* aquifer during dry periods. Many feel federal author-'. fry will play a luge vole in determining sources of waler for the region other feta fee Bdwarts Aquifer. Much of the wenatesdonprooMi however, is ti»- mtrlM sough! Cornel County high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors ere invited to compete in the 1994 Comal County Rodeo Queen Contest must be «f"gjg end enrolled in cither Cornel County school district es of Align*, 1994. Information and entry forms will be available to New Braunfels, Canyon end SmitfasoQ Valley High Schools. Development Boart to look* the ftesfttfity of a^-—ilfca Many studies are currently underway looking * various water problems in the region. The Director of the Aqutic Center st Southweet Texas State University said augmentation is not simply one prooem, but many. He doubled many of theee would be feasible. ‘The idee of spring augmentation is not a good idea,” mid Dr. Glen Looney, who has studied the Edwards Aquifer rince the 1970s. “...The perception is th* it’s all one thing and due's part of the problem.** Dr. Longley mid puaingwmer back into the aquifer could work, but only if it were done in osrtain way*, and the quality of water would have to be Adored. “Some have vVd treated wastewater,** he Mid. **k doesn’t make senae to put th* kind of water into the aquifer..J don't think you get the same quality of w*er." Dr. Lotrtcy Mid toking natural surfece wtter from Marina or Canyon t ahu, pm^^gh into    ground ferswty from the springs, rod kttirq the wwer gradually filter down, might work. “lf it is good quality water, fe* kind of w*er can ba put in the aquifer," ha Mid. AixMprofemor* the Aquate Canter called aas ffmnim at the a "pipedream” and add the biological effects would be larto. "ft has to guarantoa habit* for the endangered •pedes," Mid Dr. ThomM AnufS, Mio late etudtee wildUfe *tteqprii*i. "Biologically, it’sjate not fea- Tf th* lapped* me and the girls will move to Kenya orUrania, to * lean we would be on the Mine oondiie* * Boh. It would ba fer front ideal," rte Mid. Krueger said she is not worried about the potability tht BimiiiHI ffMftd pplfde haft ethnic violence, like neighboring Rwanda hM. Both countries lo* their pcerident in die lynndevJ^1\xdsandHutus,thetwocSb-nic groups th* have been fighting in Burundi borh    fh«m i    pan Recent sooths reports have declared that RmwvP is teetering on ti* brink of atole. “Ttimw U tW«    y)mnpi^in| rfWwrt** Mwliln    AftjCS for the U.S. (v—>,wfrtef for Refegoes. "The only surprise is th* Bunindiha*i*t exploded already." Bob Krueger is taking an active rote in twyiri—iwg presidential rurf*with the two rttoe to try to evert en explosion of ethnic warfeie. "He hM gotten a tepvte*^ * the Stile Department m en activist un bunder,’ *K*h-leen rwif|ff asid. "Without question it is one of the mo* foHUling jobs he 1ms tm had fie his Docn very haivc in moRiug whji borh rid* the Hutue sodTutrix He w«toto tope* to foam ob a spiritual level, their spfr-Hu* values of fomjvene* sad loving your neighbor, leeching into their hearts so Burundi cea avoid the violence.” With the speculation of trib* warfeie, ynitte flight of millions of MfogMA Bom Krueger have any he*tedon to nrove to Bunmdi, and bring along her Chatom, Mariam, age 4, tad Sinh, age 4? The Com* CouBSyW** Oriented Recreation District's Ad Hoc Committee will hold a called meeting on’Dieedey. Aug. 23* 4:43 p.m. in the WORD office, located * 1400 S*tter Road in Settler. A workshop agenda hM been planned fey discuseion of possible rcvirions to developed for rscom-miwkiiflB iftkf WORD boirt Td go in a minute. I'm testy. We've been rbwriM out ftfterte for weeks." toe vvbf I im Mxkxie to get down there and Bart my job m wife of toe amkxteMdor... I've teamed not to be icand by all the media teporte ... I'm ao expert, but the imprearion I get from Bob and others is th* security is not a big worry. "We know people from Amooo down th*e f«dfrt»arfm**—ypwptet and they bitte lh Mid'We cut explain it, but even if it dom hnpyxw, it nally won't affect you.' I finally LaJ    99    lf    MtAMv    sunfish    UU    enkuJuU— nao m} dcucvc mem, Kraemer ■wl cxpur ii* th* finrigaun would Bksiy a* ba t*gua ’How to mali* Metaw ^FSwJli^GusSiq?© River State Park will ho* a program called "How to make mean jelly" * the park * the Honey Ctoak Visitor Center inside the perk. Pirtcfoeide will g* a Chenoa to make jelly from atnte*1 Supplies ait provided, admission is! Ha locally* Com* Sprinp would not bet good idee. Dc. Longley Mid write drilled ne* Bn ^tftta Sprigs had such a high Milne oonseM th* toey wom Inkier then the ocean." "LocaUy-aakaneed recharge wooldi't wort (* ComriX" ort Bick nigfifr gam* manager of toe BUWD who quoted the TWDB study. "At this dane, TMM 2-2227-41 42-46 Tttonawipaparlg printed on recycled ;