New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 14, 2000, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 14, 2000

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 14, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HERALDZEITUNG Saturday October 14 2000 HEUTE TODAY HOY DiA WATER River flow Edwards Aquifer Comal River 211 Canyon Dam Inflow 99 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 88 cfs Canyon Dam lake ft above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water minion gallons Well water million gallons POLLEN COUNTS available Provided courtesy of Or Frank Hampel Moon First Full Last New 4 11 20 27 WEATHER TODAY Mostly cloudy Highs near 80 Rain 20 percent Swind 1015 mph TONIGHT Cloudy Lows upper 60s Rain 20 percent Swind 1015 mph Texas weather Saturday Oct 14 AccuWeather forecast tor daytime conditions temperatures i OKU i Wichita Falls I i i El Pew Dallas IB 2000 AccuWeather Inc Sunny PI Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tslonns Rain Plumes Snow Ice Via Asstxtatotl Press Extended forecast Sunday mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers or thunderstorms Highs near 80 Monday through Thursday mostly cloudy with a chance of showers Highs in 80s ELSEWHERE By The Associated Press Friday Temperatures indicate Fridays high and overnight low to 8 Eastern Time Hi Lo Prc Otlk Atlanta 76 46 clr Boston 74 48 clr Chicago 78 54 cdy Denver 63 35 cdy Fairbanks 37 27 01 cdy Honolulu 87 77 clr Juneau 49 45 61 m Las Vegas 72 51 clr Little Rock 84 46 cdy Los Angeles 75 54 clr Miami Beach 84 72 18 clr Nashville 81 38 clr New Orleans 81 52 cdy New York City 75 56 clr Philadelphia 74 47 clr Phoenix 79 57 clr Richmond 76 42 clr Sacramento 72 46 clr St Louis 81 54 cdy Salt Lake City 49 42 15 cdy San Diego 69 57 clr San Francisco 68 51 clr 91 75 clr Santa Fe 59 41 01 cdy StSte Marie 56 49 41 rn Seattle 58 52 05 cdy Shreveport 85 54 cdy Sioux Falls 70 59 02 cdy Spokane 60 45 cdy Syracuse 73 46 clr TampaSt Ptrsbg 84 63 clr Topeka 76 60 m Tucson 76 55 clr Tulsa 85 68 08 rn 76 46 clr Wichita 71 62 rn WilkesBarre 71 34 clr 74 44 clr National Temperature Extremes for Friday High 87 at Alice and Mcallen Tx Low 20 at Bridgeport Ca m indicates missing information Stretch Williams The Stretch Williams Band plays Rileys Tavern on Saturday For information call 512 3923132 Photo Submitted ROAD CONSTRUCTION Sponsored by WMt Metro 830 Through June 6 2001 One lane each way of Farmto Market road 725 will be closed for one quarter mile north and south of Interstate 35 and traf fic will be shifted to the south side of the road while workers construct an over pass for FM 725 16 Northbound Interstate 35 from 5 miles south of the Guadalupe River to 5 miles south of SH 46 right lane will be closed from 9 to 5 while workers install concrete traffic barriers Quality Preowned Cars Trucks Motor Company A New Braunfels Tradition Since 1944 COMMUNITY Community centers CANYON LAKE ACTION CENTER Saturday 9 Greyhound Retired Club COMAL COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER noon congregate meals Saturday CANYON LAKE ACTION CENTER 2 Triple Peak Homeowners Association ign Up Aquarena Center Continuing Education presents Texas Time Travel Tour with Boat Ride at Saturdays during the month of October at the Aquarena Center 921 Aquarena Springs San Marcos Cost is for adults for seniors and for chil dren The Texas Time Travel Tour is a trip back in time Begin at the first evi dence of mans presence here with the year old Clovis points in the archeology exhibit and move forward in time to the Spanish missions Tbnkawa encampments Anglo settlers cabins and a dance spot of the roaring twen ties Each stop on the way is full of sto ries and activities to bring you closer to history For information call the gift shop at 512 2457557 SeaWorld San Antonios annual Halloween presented by Wells Fargo Bank offers wave after wave of hairraising fun for the entire family The marine life adventure park will extend hours of operation form 10 to 10 for eight days of Halloween hijinks Oct 2122 and 2829 The seasonal event includes Shamus Rockin Creep a Haunted Forest and more For informa tion call 800 or visit the web site at David Larson and Keep The Change will perform at 8 Saturday at Le Bodies one mile north of Texas 281 and 46 intersection Family and friends can dance eat drink and swim for a cover charge of Beer soda and setups The VFW Auxiliary 7110 sponsors a garage sale beginning at 9 Saturday at the Post home at 600 Peace Ave Donations are welcome Call Ardith at 6252987 Proceeds will go toward cancer treatment and research The Canyon Lake Noon Lions Club hosts its 5th annual Shrimpfest begin ning at 10 Saturday at the Dam Red Barn RV Park below the Canyon Lake Dam on South Access Road The event will feature a large arts and crafts fair and a silent auction Entertainment will be provided by the Austin Banjo Club Parking and admis sion are free Tickets are available in advance from any Noon Lions member or from the Canyon Lake Chamber for each or at the door for each All net proceeds are used for charita ble causes For information call 830 8992173 or 830 9643168 The Ferdinand Llndhelmer Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas meet at Saturday at the Forke Store in Conservation Plaza 13000 Church Hill Drive Guest speaker will be Shirley Burnett of Rockport will give a presentation on Susanna Dickinson a survivor of the Alamo The 7th annual Bocktoberfest Concert takes place noon to Saturday at the historic Spoetzl Brewery in Shiner The event features entertainers Robert Earl Keen The Mighty Mighty Bosstones and Trish Murphy For information call 888 597STAR or visit the events web site at The Good Ote1 Boys and Debbie play from 9 to 1 at the Country Cabaret in Seguin For reservations call 830 3792995 The Austin Collectors Exposition takes place from 9 to 6 Saturday and from 10 to 4 Sunday Admission is Children under 12 are admitted free with an adult The expo features more than 200 tables of collectibles including post cards toys movie posters comics sports memorabilia Call 512 4549882 for information Treefrog Ed wilf host a Mad Science Event at 1 Saturday The visiting mad scientist will perform an hours worth of experiments blending magic tricks demonstrations and including audience participation Tickets are per person Space is limited so advance ticket purchase is recommended Advanced tickets can be purchased at Treefrog Ed 249 W San Antonio For information call 6260777 Linda 8 Blngham will sign copies of her new novel Bom on the Island A Novel of from 2 to 4 Saturday at Hastings Books Music and Video The Clboto Nature Center presents Champaign Safari at the Ciboto Nature Center at Saturday in Boerne The event will feature a hayride live auction storytelling and live entertainment For information call 830 2494616 HEADS UP MilnMl resciw Kinky Friedmans Utopia Animal Rescue Ranch and Saengerhalle present the first Howling from 2 to 8 Oct 15 to benefit the Utopia Animal Rescue Ranch The event will take place at Saengerhalle and feature Willis Alan Ramsey Shake Russell Geronlmo Trevifto III The Whoosits The Buddy Braun Band The Pot Luck Posse Regina Matthews the Bunkhouse Band and The Fiddling Frenzy Tickets are per person or per couple Check the Web sites utoplares and for updates memory walk The Alzheimers AssociationSouth Central Texas Chapter invites everyone to participate in New Braunfels First Annual Memory Walk on Oct 21 at Landa Park The event starts with registration at The 5K miles walk begins at The First Memory Walk is sponsored by Radio Frost Bank Schuttz Group The Scooter Store MidTex Oil Ben E Keith Foods and Southern Cross Ambulance For information call 6256291 Home Depots KMCare Home Depot is sponsoring Project in conjunction with Polaroid and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children from 10 to 2 Saturday at Home Depot Local fire and police departments will provide onsite safety demonstrations Each child will be provided with a compli mentary identification photo including the childs vital information which is placed into a passporttype holder According to FBI statistics as many as children are reported missing each day LIVE Music GRUENE HALL 1281 Gruene Road 6061281 Tonight Imperial Golden Crown Harmonizers 1 no cover Hal Ketchum 10 cover Sunday Beth Williams no cover Denim 5 no cover SAENGERHALLE 255 Saengerhalle Road 625HALL 4255 Tonight TBA Sunday Utopia Animal Rescue Ranch Benefit per person per couple RILEYS TAVERN 8894 FM 1102 Tonight Stretch Williams 9 no cover Sunday Fundraiser Jim Ash Mike OConnor Pat OBryan and 4 no cover Dangerous Spirit formerly Hat Trick of New Braunfels will perform at at Rack Daddys 11805 Perrin Beitel San Antonio Doors open at 8 Call 2105907665 ANNIVERSARIES Happy Birthday to Brent Free Al Bukowtkl 62 Crystal Barboza 22 Happy Anniversary to Roger and Dorothy Brlnkkoeter To have an anniversary or birthday listed here call 6259144 CLARIFICATION A that ran in the Oct 13 edition of the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung incor rectly stated that a man began rabies inoc ulation after being bitten by a pet He start ed the rabies shots because he came in contact with a possibly diseased bat and was not bitten by the dog The Herald Zeitung regrets the error ;