New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald - Ze/funy, New Braunfels, Texas
Friday, July 19, 1991Garden RidgeWater conservation
Even though Garden Ridge has received more rain that usual, it has not rained enough over the Edwards Plateau recharge zone and that’s what counts. Therefore we are at stage I of water conservation which applies to all residents and non—residents who receive water from the City of Garden Ridge Water Company.
Under the plan, landscape watering is authorized only from 4-9 a.m. and 6-10 p.m. Monday, Thursday and
Sunday. On Saturdays, watering is allowed only with a hand held hose. For more detailed information, see the Grapevine newsletter of June 1991. Voluntary water conservation makes a lot of sense in hot, dry Texas.Municipal dates
Garden Ridge joins New Braunfels as one of only two incorporated cities in Comal County. And County Judge Carter Casteel is making an effort to find out what Garden Ridge residents
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wjints. Once a month, she will be at the Garden Ridge Municipal Building to lend and car to any citizen who might want to discuss an issue. Meet Carter Casteel the third Thursday of each month from 7-8 p.m.Vacation Bible School
You can’t overlook the copper-clad steeple of the Lutheran Church at Bat-cave and Schoenthal roads. You might like to take an old-fashioned Sunday stroll over there this week,
either to listen to Pastor Wchmann’s sermon and/or to register afterwards for Vacation Bible school. The school will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. July 29 to Aug. 2. It’s for adults and children. The Children’s Choir will sing again on July 21 and practice through the end of July.Voiksblke meet
The National Headquarters for the American Volkssport Association (AVA) are located in Universal City.
They have set up a year round, everyday volksbikc, with start and finish at the Comfort Inn (200 Palisades Drive) in Universal City. The great advantage of third volksride is that you can decide the time of day when you want to attempt the 26 k (18.5) distance.
The ride is sponsored by the Randolph Roadrunners, The Garden Ridge Taco Co. and the Comfort Inn. Inside the Comfort Inn you find all the necessary information and the registration forms. The fee is $5 and you receive a VA inch die-struck
medallion as well as IVV cree* . points. You pay only $1.50 if >ou je i covet the IVV Record Book Credit. Bring your own bike — no rental will be available. For mote tufoiifta-tion, call event coordinator Richard I . Toth at (512) 659-3913.
There also are Volksmarthe-planned in the Garden Ridge area. Watch this column for dates.
To include information of interest in the Card Ridge aren, call Edda Buchner at (512) 651-61!
New Braunfels boy has role in school film
By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer
A New Braunfels boy is reflecting on a career in pictures after starring in “Mirror, Mirror," which will be used in public schools to promote selfrespect among pre-teen children.
Corey Marshall, ll, was a student last year at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School in downtown New Braunfels and will be attending New Braunfels Middle School this fall, according to his mother, Connie Marshall.
The film also stars Patty Maloney, who at J feet ll inches tall, has starred in movies like "Over the Rainbow," "Ice Pirates," and "Ernest Saves Christmas."
Marshall also is a black belt in Taekwondo and uses some of his skills in the film.
"Mirror, Mirror" will be released across the nation and worldwide in about two months and was written and directed by Donald Ham of Los Angeles.
GBRA to maintain lake release rate
The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority will temporarily maintain the current release rate of 290 cubic feet per second from the Canyon Reservoir.
The lake elevation is now 904.74 feet above mean sea level, about 4.26 feet below the conservation storage level of 909 feet.
Current inflow us the reservoir is 121 cubic feet per second
The previous release rate of 360 cubic feet per second was reduced just more than a week ago to reflect the continued declining reservoir inflow.
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