New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 19, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas
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Thank you Emergency Communications Club, Comal County Sheriffs Department, The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Thank you Teed T-Shirt Co. for the shirts. Thank you Fourth Dimension Printing for the flyers and Print - It for the logo work. TTianks to the New Braunfels Street Department and the Comal County Landfill.
A big thanks to the New Braunfels Fire Department, Pleasure Divers, The Dive Shop and Goofy's for supplying air to the divers. A sincere thank you to John Duggan of Duggan Diving in San Antonio and Dive Master Tony Nowak. And a special thank you to Sen. Wentworth's assistant Phil Simms for his sincere work at getting the divers from Duggan Diving. The divers did a great job. However, there is so much trash in the riverbed that they were barely able to put a dent in w hat’s there.
Many thanks to the following businesses and individuals who generously donated money: HEB, Rockin R, Camp Hueco Springs, Dwight’s Garage, Honorable Judge Carter Casteel, Moe Schwab, Jumbo Evans, Lafarge, Holiday Inn, Citizens Bank, Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative, Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce, River Valley Campgrounds/Rio Raft, Gruene Merchants Association, TXI Cement Co., Mid-tex Oil, Wurstfest Association, Jan Estes, Belton Peters, Mr. and Mrs.
R F. Lockhart, Robert Pope, Bill Dodson, Canyon Animal Clinic, PSM Incorporated, Peggy and Jerry Welch, Mary Hitch. A big thank you to the following businesses who donated door prizes: Henne Hardware, Coleman Co., K-Mart, Gruene General Store, Grist Mill, Guadalupe
Smoked Meats, Pizza Hut, Molly Joe’s, Adobe Cafe, Adobe Verde, Buck Pottery, Whitewater Sports, Walgreens, Whole Foods, Jewelry works
A big thank you to Al Barlow, Chris and Judy, and Michael Daniels who generously entertained us
their fine music at the evening party. Thank you Times Guardian, Herald-Zeitung, KNBT/KGNB Radio stations. Thanks EUse Hisler. The following people deserve special recognition for the giving of their time: Zero Rivers, Susie Bank-Ledford, Dierdre Hisler, Moon Moehring, Dee
How NSU Residential Rates Compare With Those of Other Utilities
The following comparison of residential rates charged by 13 Electric Utilities were compiled from statistics released by the Public Utility Commission of Texas. The amounts shown are for 1000 Kwh and include fuel, and other related costs. In order that our customers may make comparisons of NBU charges, we have included them and the order in which they represent.
NAME OF UTILITY
12 Months Ending August, 1993
August, 1993 Billing
New Braunfels Utilities
Southwestern Public Service
Bluebonnet Electric Co-op
City Public Service Board
City of Austin
GVEC (G-2, All Electric Rate)
Pedemales Electric Co-op
GVEC (G-l, Residential-Farm Rate)
Texas Utilities Electric Co.
West Texas Utilities
Central Power & Light
Gulf States Utilities
Houston Lighting & Power
El Paso Electric Company
A FALL ALLERGY SUFFERERS
Do you have a runny nose, sneezing, or itchy eyes during September or October? lf so, we need volunteers for an allergy research study involving an investigational drug. Skin tests, monitoring by a Board Certified Allergist, and lab tests provided at no cost Participants will also be paid up to $175.
CHRONIC ASTHMA SUFFERERS Do you take asthma medication either daily or occasionally? lf so, you may be eligible for an asthma research study using an investigational medication. Lab testing, physician monitoring, and lung function testing provided at no charge. You will also be paid up to $400.
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705-A Lands New Braunfels
John, Carrie, and Jessica Mathis NEW PHONE NUMBER
The Country$ Best Yogurt® 208 N. Loop 337 (Hwy. 46)
and Ten Buck, Susan Curtis. A special thank you to my husband Michael Murphy who support me in
this event which helped make the cleanup a success. Thank you all volunteers, with you it became a suc
Donna Murphy, Friends for Rivers Cleanup Coordinator
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