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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 6, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas too much for Canyon Ser w 12 psoes in wstion Tfwntffiy March 0 f 997 Vol Inakto HP IP TN Newnmnftilti fylwnfi Mtewte WrtMwy Rains dont put end to drought concerns Staff Writer eral mowfK April of fan MW Tbtfl foagw duresse in loUf April slumped atou 12 feet in report ibtt Jidwflrds SUM nr picked up Mpin fn August ed for wv wlw fW rwlns in otftetete siill fNr rlwf in February tuwttiinw fan well level jysl in during Wmter will Turn to Pronto Page 2 fjespito continue to coniwryfliion iwa nwww be current drought The drought is believed in in OcMwr IW5 mvi requires for It I iniilel would seep mm 13 trw Aquifer feed ura 3 libel nfouiui Mpper 6 ground 35 to 1 inelws of rain span reserve in tiw 7 todey Tftf wsktenlfa smJ olh of Pwuchoofflw will at 7 pm torfey At Fire in tfw Iprw is trw prp by galling rrwi Cliild csne Is hnving rmptton Ssfcwi from ft 7 unnivewwy of heir The public iswal cflll PWWIf w The Mwiu Qurten Club meet st 790 pm uxtoy el Die ROOT of the Cownty Mf Imiofi with resktents will hsve sn oppor iwntty to W KerwiMy Kfjow what Is Mr mlncfs fegardlrio al briwn bag fcfoch fo Trw art on Wcteys 6lty The iymtwe otoct f rot n to 1 p ID to Sitting for Sister Hummel MMtWwm Hummel made lasting Impression on young model Ml MM I I rfctii SCMfcUUI fc of fiww m t wbjwi of if I wd llw n Al Smith ww f 6 iwriilw oWSmifli wid m rmM pisfc Hp llw tlwl is d My r lold wiwni bwt w f up I wwif simian link cry yf joy 0n4 jwit Mwtet said slw bas always llw vvo slill rim puppff slw teW In ww of tiw woman yws always to Iwly wiili big f obtf wjuld bide tar Arms in of SmUh wv all I could Iwwwsr It ww I msl slw a lasting MU Iwr i WW WMMl JO llfce im llw ww w will inM tiw IKM pwl in life WM all l il A o missons 4JTJ aoll TflMfnawnt At Country Clwb are still available and Ito oost par pawmThe tlis green fee n carl pncl s lei and prizes will te given fwn jo 6 Museum open l will be 10 fipm Silent Auction M gt I tK flfifl liKjIi MJftere announced flt Hie luncheon ra to pn HurnnwIrnwrH Hurnfiwl will display and sell we and wily edition items In the museums Ixwd rxxn 3 Vftult Tour Tour ol arl jfecetj not on display Call the museum results Seminar liepeal of earlier one Seminar Repeat of j Vault tour ol frideys i l ft seminar Repeal of earlier one Champagne Vault Tour Biegliride 5miih piilld lor ftit Hummel will tell neyerheloreheard 7 Celebrity Dinner At Hie Fornwr sstrorwut Charlie D PsHwj teteytelon series star Susan Howard Chrane and scwipior Paul TwJIwk will he dining with qroup Mwrch 10 on Die stefw of the muteum I atfier Anthony I 1 Hrunoh Ivy calling museum 11 Museum II win Hummelrnarkt llalde Prawing do not nead tx le to 10 lo Museum open lours will he wflilahla Jilent Audion 10 to HuminelmarKt Seminar on repairing and caring for Hwwrwis on Ihe latest ul news w Swnlnar on I lurnrnels llirouyh Idling Hummel lor appraisal p in Ujnoheon at Tree Irw idenl ol Ihe museum will speak on of Hummel Art r Texas Past liefllster hy calling the museum of auolion Rogistraiion tee lor the Ihree day even lor non members if prior I riday after IhJt to the I lurn rnelrnarKt and Hie dinner Ihe luii oheonandlhehrunoh H Vault in day pass B champayne vault lour Daily tnuswum Iv CeMrlly dinner H individual fjaiurday lunoheon 1 10 M jijriday hrunoh Tor e inlormation or to register at Wfa will ol dwiiny wxt wifes I wW It cwily uwmnvfout nnwmn wl mute wwkmul lu t iWwi llw llu nwgit is dm lo bu Wmiib wid Now wiib llw mnuwwo ilw wi Ior finrf linw life ID t Bridge project right on schedule Faust Street Bridge restoration should stay within budget By D74UK vtall Writer lie w bridge woving lie slay yuar Ctninly wmnW approved wlMJHd of fje bc projW o flw orig eslirnate of The county will Ihc will owns lioin ilw Texas Dup Tom said wniiwtn Iww flw Hnulyww lo of be slruciwc and d tooling flwre w Iwvc N us ulivvu be fibltf o keep llw i our originul njxi step is lo complete Hornseib said sbonld be sen o by April or May He soid ii could lake up lo four months for C lo review und approve Were Iwving a wiling lulk aboui said Were doing we can try lo sborkn lournionlli peri o said ibe couoiy is given llw joahead on be project it could lake as niaoy as six nionibs for w wbost district includes ll M bus J unl said e progresti is miwle Ini leally said OfcourwJ Ibis is to be a beau tiful and bisiwiwd Hbe saii opefiiug ami bgbiing ibe bridge wbicb is clowwl will ciowds will l u low ibu on loot or bike sale U an nrieriocal agiec w aul county llw city will Ibe tut llw bridjie once tbc res rkiny way o rule rivor
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