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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 18, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 2A g Herald-Zeitung g Thursday December 18,1997 rn GBRA considers water transfers By SUSAN FLYNT ENGLAND News Edita Guadalupe Blanco River Authority board of directors met Wednesday at Tapatio Springs Resort in Boerne to consider contracts for interbasin transfers. The board approved two adjustments to the ongoing contract negotiations under which GBRA would provide water to Bexar County and the western portions of Comal, Guadalupe and Kendall counties. The contracts being developed are the first out-of-district temporary water agreements in GBRA history. The board voted to include clauses in the agreements that: 1) state GBRA would supply water only to certified area suppliers, not individual homes; and 2) state those certified suppliers must have water conservation plans in place that GBRA approves. Under the contract, a large portion of the water GBRA pumps to Bexar County would be a “returnable supply.” In other words, the amount of water transferred to Bexar County will decrease over time. As time passes, Comal, Kendall and Guadalupe Counties will need more water because of growth. Also as time passes, GBRA assumes Bexar County will have developed alternate water sources, according to GBRA manager of communications and education Judy Gardner. Board members heard a report about the Seco Creek Water Quality Demonstration Project by Larry M. Allen. The project studies and tests the effects of brush management on groundwater supply. Allen said the Seco Creek Project found that eradicating cedar elm trees over large areas could significantly increase the available ground water supply. The Seco Creek Project is under the auspices of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Natural Resources Conservation Service. Gruene From Page 1A Traffic coming from Gruene Road would be free to turn north on Hunter Road, according to the proposal. Gruene merchants don’t see the point in making Hunter Road a oneway street, either. “It would hamper our business,” said Keith Kohlenberg, a manager at Adobe Cafe who also works at Adobe Verde in GrueneL “We don’t see any benefit for us. We would be against that.” Hunter Road carries 2,000 to 3,000 cars driving both ways on a busy summer day, according to Grist Mill manager Greg Trcka. One-way traffic would impede not only Gruene tourists but Gruene business people as well, he said. “Approximately 95 percent of our employees come down that road,” said Trcka, from the San Marcos direction, he said. “It (a one-way road) would put a kink in that,” he said. Although the request doesn’t seem practical to business owners, city officials said they would consider it. “Every board has an obligation to hear citizens’ proposals,” said Don Ferguson, who staffs the Transportation and Traffic Advisory Board. Man holds hostages at day care center Obituaries REGINA ANN LUNDQUIST, Regina Ann Lundquist, age 75, of Canyon Lake, died Dec. 16, 1997, in Austin. She was bom Nov. 6, 1922, in N&da, Texas. She was a Boy Scout cook during summers at El Rancho Cima and loved to play 42 and bowl. She was married for 56 years to Alfred V. Lundquist. She is survived by husband, Alfred V. Lundquist; daughters, Sandra Sanders and husband Steve of San Marcos, Texas, and Linda Johnson of San Marcos, Texas; son, Larry Lundquist of New Braunfels; 11 grandchildren, Shannon Laidler and husband Lance, Cody Ridge and husband Rodney, Ann Johnson and husband Rick, Amy Smith, Derek Cone and wife Donna, Clay Cone, Greg Cone, Twanna Lundquist, Emily Sanders, Amanda Sanders and Ashley Sanders; and six greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by daughter, Cynthia Cone; granddaughter, Shelly Warriner; and grandson, Robbie Posey. A funeral service will be held Friday, Dec. 19, 1997, at 2 p.m. at Pennington Funeral Home Chapel in San'Marcos. She will be buried in San Marcos City Cemetery. Pennington Funeral Home/San Marcos ELENORA K. WAHL Elenora K. Wahl, age 85, of New Braunfels, died Wednesday, Dec. 17, 1997, at Kirkwood Manor. She was born April 25, 1912, in Bastrop County, Texas, to Frank Seidel Sr. and Rosie Meuth Seidel. She married Alonzo A. Wahl on July 4, 1936, in New Braunfels. Mr. Wahl preceded her in death in 1985. Mrs. Wahl was employed as a meat wrapper with several grocery stores. She was a member of the Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church, St. Ann's Christian Mothers Society and the Eagles Auxiliary. She is surved by her daughters, Geraldine Chote and her husband Dover H. Chote of Alice, Texas, and Genevieve Nemec and her husband Johnny J. Nemec of New Braunfels; sisters, Edna Behrens and her husband Buddy Behrens of Rozacky, Texas, Hilda French of Rozacky, Texas, Josephine Goertz and husband Adolph Goertz of Rozacky, Texas; brothers, Alfred Seidel and his wife Ann Seidel of New Braunfels, Marvin Seidel and his wife Roberta Seidel of New Braunfels and Emit Seidel of San Antonio; sister-in-law Elizabeth Seidel of Seguin, Texas; six grandchildren,    five    great grandchildren and five step-great-grandchildren. A rosary will be recited Friday, Dec. 19, 1997, at 7 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Funeral services are Saturday, Dec. 20, at IO a.m. at Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church with Msgr. Ed Bily celebrant. Entombment will follow in the Saints Peter & Paul Mausoleum. Visitation begins Friday at 8 a.m. and lasts until 9 p.m. Memorials may be made to Hospice New Braunfels or to the Saints Peter & Paul Catholic Church Building Fund. Taeller Z^FUNERAL FIJNFRM. HOME PLANO. Texas (AP) — An amied man released three adults and about 60 children from a day-care center late Wednesday but held an undetermined number of others hostage, police said Police spokesman Carl Duke refused to say how many hostages remained as the crisis entered its seventh hour Several parents of children who were released said they were told by police that the suspect held three children, including two children of his own. at the Rigsbee C hild Development Center in east Plano Sheri (iibson said her young son was the last in a group of 20 children released about 7:30 p m. "There’s still one child in there besides ... two oi his (suspect's) own,” she said Ms. Gibson and others said they didn t know how many adults were inside None of the hostages were injured, she said "Scared and shaken up, yeah." she said Police throughout the day released only scattered details except to say the suspect had tned to rob someone outside a nearby bank shortly before entering the day-care center Duke refused to address witness statements that the suspect was the husband of a day-care worker and that the couple were going through a divorce The man was believed to have attempted a robbery outside the Plano Bank and I rust Bank senior vice president June Rossetti said a Puppy survives washing machine GLADEWATER, Texas (AP) A tenacious puppy that survived a washing machine cycle was later named Lazarus for the Bible character who rose from the dead Elaine Crawford of Gladewater thought she killed one of eight puppies bom this week to Ashley, a Husky-Shepherd mix. Ms. C rawford on Tuesday put the puppies’ blanket in the washing machine, not knowing one was still wrapped inside. customer was approached in a parking lot and ordered to withdraw money. It wasn’t certain if the attempted robbery was successful. Police received a call about 3:15 p m. regarding the gunman. They arrived to find him in the center’s doorway and backed off. Duke said. Officers established telephone contact with the suspect and were negotiating with him. Duke wouldn’t say if the suspect was making any demands. Live TV reports showed police officers carry ing some children away from the building soon after the standoff began They were taken to a nearby elementary school, where frantic parents rushed to see if their children were among the freed Plano is an affluent suburb about 20 miles north of Dallas ULTRA DENSE LUXURIOUS SHAW CARPET WAS *22“ SALE Hi* sa yd. NO TRIP CHARGES WITH THIS AD -7IOO Blanco cb I < ))(>s I or,or, (SOO)SSO OLMO DO YOU HAVE A SINUS INFECTION? Do you suffer with Facial Pain? Nasal Congestion? Colored Drainage? If so. we need volunteers for a 3 week research study involving an investigational medication. FREE: CT Scan of your sinuses Physician monitoring Laboratory tests and EKG Study medications QUALIFIED PATIENTS WILL BE COMPENSATED UP TO $100 CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH Frank C. Hampel, Jr., M.D. 705-A Landa St • New Braunfels^ _ mug?    629-9036 TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS AND PARTIES: / •’ Sunbelt Asphalt & Materials, Inc. has made application with the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission for Air Quality Permit No 36879 to construct a IOO Tons Per Hour Portable Crusher in New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas. The location of the existing facility is 2682 Wald Road. Additional information concerning this application is contained in the public notice section of this newspaper. This notice is to be published on December 18, 1997 and December 25, 1997. 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