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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 23, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas gage 2A HERALDZEITUNG Wednesday February HEUTE TODAY HOY DIA WEATHER ROAD CONSTRUCTION TODAY Mostly cloudy Highs near 80 NW wind 510mph Pollen counts available Mountain available available available available Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel River flow Edwards feet Comal cfs Canyon Dam cfs Canyon Dam cfs Canyon Dam lake feet above mean sea level NBU pumping report Surface million gallons Well gallons Moon phases First 13 Full 19 Last 26 New 5 TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows mid 50s NW wind 510mph Texas weather Wednesday Feb 23 forecast lor daytlmo conditions lompcralures Extended forecast Thursday mostly cloudy Highs in the 70s to near 80 Friday mostly cloudy Lows in the 50s Highs in the 70s Saturday mostly cloudy with a chance of showers or thunderstorms Lows near 60 Highs in the 70s Highway crews work along I35 near Walnut Avenue In the city The New Braunfels Police Department radar trailer will be at Palmeyer Thursday Farmto Market Road 1101 school zone McQueeney Saturday Gruene Rd Feb 27 Spur Feb 28 S Seguin Avenue Feb 29 300 Kentucky HEADS UP Ball The GermanAmerican Society announces their annual Fasching Ball Mardi All are invited to attend at 7 Saturday at the Bavarian Village Dance to the music of the Sounds of Midnight Tickets are on sale at the Chamber of Commerce for per person The cost at the door will be be given for best cos tumestContact Horst Theila for information at 6254547 forum The Republican Women of New Braunfels will host a Meet the Candidates night 7 Thursday on the third floor of the New Braunfels ISO building 430 W Mill St The public will have an oppor tunity to hear and question the Republican candidates who have filed for the March 14 primary Candidates attending include Bob Holder sheriff Sherry Higdon and Sherman Krause tax asses Jack Dawson and Douglas Kirk county commissioner precinct 1 Lester Leissner consta ble precinct 2 Jim Hanley consta ble precinct 3 Star Carey Lee Hernandez Jim Higdon Wylie Queen and Ben Scroggin consta ble precinct 4 Don Hensz county chairman Bob Offitt state board of Education Don Montgomery dis trict 5 David Puryear place 1 third court of appeals and Lee Yeakel place 4 third court of appeals The Girl ScoutsLone Star ItScience discovery in Austin will join with the Childrens Museum of New Braunfels to teach the girls and their families about science Science Discovery Day What Is Communication takes place from to Thursday at the Childrens Museum For information call Leslie at ANNIVERSARIES Happy Birthday to Jared Mikal Molinda 6 Yvette Serna 23 years and Bryce Marshall belated 3 Happy Anniversary to Mr and Mrs Melvin Tausch belated 53 To have a birthday or anniversary listed here call 6259144 OUT OF THE BACKPACK WHATS FOR LUNCH New Braunfels Christian Academy Lunch beef lasagna green beans garlic bread pudding Comal ISO Breakfast cinnamon pizza juice milk Lunch enchiladas corn dog vegetables fruit bread milk Nancy Ney Charter School Lunch tostadas refried beans orange slices milk Head Start Program Breakfast apple juice French toast triangles milk syrup Lunch Frito pie green beans crackers orange quar ters milk New Braunfels ISO Memorial Elementary OakRun middle and high schools Breakfast bean and cheese taco or cinnamon toast or cereal juice milk Lunch hamburger burrito ham and cheese sandwich tater bar burger salad chocolate pudding milk Lamar Primary Lone Star Primary Memorial Primary Carl Schurz Elementary Memorial Intermediate and Seele Elementary Breakfast bean and cheese taco or cinnamon toast or cereal juice milk Lunch hamburger burrito tater bar burger salad chocolate pudding milk CLUBS The New Braunfels Newcomers Club will have its special activity for DO YOU HAVE High Blood Pressure Asthma d children Allergies adults children Psorlnsls Screening for thcate studies has started so if you your friends or family are interested please CAUL 6090900 CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH the month of February at the Harlequin Dinner Theater at Fort Sam Houston today For reservations and informa tion call Ed at 6293130 Mixed partners bridge starts at 10 every fourth Wednesday at the Senior Center 655 Landa St Cost is and includes lunch Call Linden Anderson at 6254823 or Goldie Nowotney at 6089456 for reserva tions Everyone is welcome just bring a partner Singles gathering for people ages 30 and older to 8 each Wednesday at Saengerhalle For infor mation call Darla at 6069317 Barbara at 6291949 or Charlotte at 6066283 Harmony a German singing group to 9 every Wednesday at the Comal County Senior Citizen Center You dont have to speak German If you are interested in joining call 6255391 Officers of the Knights of Columbus every fourth Wednesday Knights of Columbus Room at St Thomas the Apostle Catholic Church For information call 830 9644305 Smokefree bingo American Legion Comal Post No 179 410 W Coll offers smokefree bingo at 6 every Wednesday with Jackpot bingo awarded at 7 For informa tion call 6290179 COMMUNITY CANYON LAKE ACTION CENTER senior games BULVERDE SENIOR CENTER to noon bridge at 1747 E Ammann Road in Bulverde For information call 830 4383111 COMAL COUNTY SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER 8 to 6 fitness center to thrift shop open oil painting congregate meals noon Rotary Club 1 bridge play of cards 4 doggers Never Too Late low impact exercise classes to every Monday Wednesday and Friday at the Comal County Senior Citizen Center for senior citizens For information call Patty at 6295627 SPORTS SPORTS ON TV Today 2 FXSP Motorcycle Racing Arenacross From Milwaukee 648502 ESPN College Basketball North Carolina at Florida State 61318 1 ESPN PGA Golf World Golf Championship Match Play First Day From Carlsbad Calif 461472 6 ESPN College Basketball Villanova at Syracuse 406694 FXSP Womens College Basketball Colorado at Baylor 237410 8 ESPN College Basketball North Carolina at Florida State 418439 TBS WCW Thunder 9314255 TBS WCW Thunder 5809101 TBS WCW Thunder 8985014 TBS WCW Thunder 6299786 SIGN UP The Comal County Extension Service Horticulture Committee is looking for volunteers This committee is responsible for coordinating educa tional programs in Comal County such as the Master Gardener program gar den tours landscape courses etc The committee meets on the second Thursday of each month For information call 6203440 or 6299876 The Hummel Museum and Art Gallery offers a variety of volunteer work at the museum The museum is open seven days a week For informa tion call 6255636 A Vietnam Pictorial Memorial Wall is being planned If you have any infor mation on San Antonio or New Braunfels veterans of the war contact Jesse Marmolejo at Post Office Box 830401 San Antonio TX 78283 HAVE A HEART The Comal County Womens Center is seeking volunteers to serve on its board of directors Board mem bers must attend monthly meetings occasional committee meetings and several agency events For or to apply call Daniel A Perez 6207520 The Help One Student to Succeed Program HOSTS offers mentoring classes Volunteers are needed at Memorial Primary Memorial Elementary Carl Schurz Elementary Seele Elementary and Lone Star Primary To volunteer call 6207533 The New Braunfels Humane Society and the Donohue Recycling Company are collecting recyclables including newspapers magazines and catalogs Dropoff times are 8 to 4 Monday through Saturday at the bin in the Shelters parking lot 1920 Kuehler For information call 629 5287 Applications are being accepted for volunteers at Hospice New Braunfels Thrift Avenue 303 S Castell Thrift Avenue is open from 9 to 4 Monday through Friday and from 9 to noon Saturday Donations of items to sell are accepted during operating hours Hospice Thrift Avenue is operated solely by volunteers Call Cathy Smith at 6257500 for information CORRECTION An article in Sundays Herald Zeitung listed incorrect names for Garden Ridge city council members Places 1 4 and 5 are filled by Jack Foley Georgia Buehler and Russ Sanders respectively The Herald Zeitung regrets the error NEED A VEHICLE ALL APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE SLOW CREDIT BAD CREDIT DIVORCE BANKRUPTCY NO CREDIT WE CAN HELP use Your w2 For Down Payment call 8008007125 Or Get PreApproved 8883327125 NEW MILLENNIUM SILVER ROUNDS 2OOO DATED ONE OUNCE PURE SILVER 1 QQ I 1 at lOi WHILE SUPPLIES LAST WITH AIH TIGHT BEZEL 358 6292781 Silver Bmi gnly txtn We have several nice lighted showcases for sale ZRE01B
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