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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 11, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page HERALDZEITUNG February 2001 TODAY Contact News Editor Jo Lee Ferguson at 625 9144 Water River flow Edwards Aquifer Comal River 362 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 808 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 800 cfs Canyon Dam lake level above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water no available Well water not available Pollen Counts available Mountain Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Weather Moon Last 14 New 23 First 2 Full 9 TODAY 50 percent chance of rain Highs lower 50s TONIGHT 30 percent chance of rain Lows upper 40s Texas weather 11 precast for daytime temperatures O I v MEXICO Q2001 o Sunny Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tslorms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Extended forecast cloudy with a chance of light Highs in the cloudy Partly cloudy Lows in the Highs in the mostly Chance of showers or Elsewhere By The Associated Press Saturday indicate Saturdays high and overnight low to 8 Eastern Hi Lo Pro Otlk 42 40 Clr Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Lancia New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher email@example.com Margaret Managing Editor firstname.lastname@example.org Heather Business Manager email@example.com Angela Advertising Director firstname.lastname@example.org Kathy Circulation Director email@example.com Henry Composing Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Arnold Production Manager 830 email@example.com For classified call 6259144 215 For display call 6259144 For engagement and anniver sary call 6259144 For missed or late call 6259144 News Around The World Governor rules out tax increases AUSTIN AP A slowing economy and skyrocketing health care costs in the states social service programs might jeopardize new legislative pro including his Rick Perry said But the governor was quick to rule out tax increases or dipping into the states emer gency rainy day fund as some lawmakers have We can get the needs of the state of Texas addressed in this legislative session with the revenues that we Does that mean everyone isnt going to get everything that they laid on the includ ing the governor of the state of Texas Most Perry South Padre OKs alcohol ban HARLINGEN AP Officials hoping to alleviate Spring Break traffic problems on South Padre Island have approved an ordinance ban ning alcohol in the central business The ordi nance still must be approved by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission and would ban the consumption of alcohol or the possession of open containers of alcohol from Harbor Street to Amberjack Earthquake rattles California BIG BEAR AP earth quake rattled a wide swath of Southern California on Saturday No major damage or injuries were The quake struck at and was centered 4 miles northwest of this San Bernardino County ski according to Joe a seismologist at California Institute of Technology in The quake was felt as far away as downtown Los about 90 miles and San 100 miles Lois Anne Hair and Donna members of the New Braunfels Music Study look over applications for the scholarship offered by the The scholarship is open to high school seniors liv ing in Comal and Guadalupe counties who plan to major in vocal or instrumental music or in dance their freshman year in Application forms are available from all high school music guidance coun selors or from Anne 606 and Cathy 625 Completed application forms must be postmarked by 12 or hand delivered no later than Photo submitted Road Construction Sponsored by 838 West Court TX ooCJJ 3O31 192 Merriweather Street and the Southbound Interstate 35 frontage road Interstate 35 one lane each way over FarmtoMarket Road 725 closed foronequarter and south of Interstate 35 through June Walnut Avenue between Coll Street and 81 will be closed beginning at 11 15 while New Braunfels Utilities crews make a sewer connection at Walnut Avenue and The work should be finished by 4 Traffic will be detoured onto Hickory Avenue or Stonewall For informa call the NBU Water Department at Quality Preowned Cars Trucks Motor Compaiiy A New Braunfels Tradition Since 1944 Wreck investigation SAN ANTONIO AP A 74yearold man who drove an empty school bus into a fuel tanker truck on Friday had two previous drunken driving convic authorities Antonio Mendoza was driving a bus for the Lytle school dis about 30 miles southwest of San when he slammed into the fuel which police said was loaded with about gallons of diesel Police said the fuel truck driver was mak ing a delivery at a con venience store in Natalia when the acci dent Mendoza was in sta ble condition Friday at University Hospital in San Antonio with bro ken a hospital spokeswoman There were no other injuries but stydsntsjat nearby Natalia middle and elementary schools were evacuated when smoke from the accident drifted toward the Mendoza was on his way to pick up and was alone in the Police said the accident remains under investi and no charges have been In Mendoza was arrested for dri ving under the influ ence in Medina County and was convicted on a reduced charge of reck less In Mendoza was convicted of driving under the influence of the legal wording of the charge at the Lytle School District officials said they werent aware of Mendozas Community Events Entertainment GRUENE HALL 1281 Gruene 6061281 Gospel Brunch with a Texas and cover charge Bret 2 no cover charge Rick Broussard The 4 po cover charge SAENGERHALLE 255 Saengerhalle Road 625HALL 4255 no 4 cover charge Music in the Round no cover charge RILEYS TAVERN Blue Grass 9 no cover charge Happy Birthday to Jessi Brown 12 Elodia Alvarado and Carol Ann Morales 39 Call 625 9144 to list Schools New Braunfels ISD Monday breakfast Pigs in a blanket lunch baked potato yogurt plate Monday activities NBISD Parent Information Network Carl Schurz 5 Call for 7 Comal ISD Monday intermedi ate Breakfast Doughnuts lunch Barbecue on a beef and cheese nachos Middle high school lunch burrito chicken quesadilla Monday activities GPS Neighborhood Family Math SVMS Spelling 9 CHS Talent New 7 CEDAR ALLERGIES We need volunteers for a research study involving an Qualified patients will be CENTRAL TEXAS HCAITH RESEARCH Prank NEWBRAUNFclS SAN MARCOS ANTONIO 3963101 8306090900 TRAVEL TIME TOURS MOTORCOACH TRIPS GRAND CASINO COUSHATTA LA FEB 25 MAR BOSSIER LA WEEKEND TURNAROUND LEAVING EVERY OVERNIGHTS FEB 23 MARCH Departing from KMart at 46 New Texas 18777771537 MPWEST FINANCE OANS FRO TO Let m help you make
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