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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 30, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas                                2A HERALDZEITUNG March TODAY Contact News Editor Jo Lee Ferguson at 6259144 Water NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water 240 million gallons River flow Edwards Aquifer 682 feet Coma River 357 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 929 cfs Canyon Dam outflow Canyon Dam lake level ft above mean sea level Pollen Counts Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Moon First Full Last New 1 8 15 23 Weather TODAY TONIGHT Mostly cloudy Partly cloudy Highs near 70 Lows mid 50s Rain 20 percent Rain Drizzle NE 10 mph NE 10 mph Texas weather March 30 AccuWealhers forecast lor daytime temperatures i I San Antonio i 0 CZOttl i Brownsville jVj Sarry Fl Cloudy Ctoudy SKMWS Tswcms Ran Flurries Snow Ice Extended forecast morning clouds and patchy drizzle otherwise partly Highs around Saturday partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers or Lows in the upper mostly breezy and Highs 65 to Elsewhere By The Associated Press Thursday Temperatures indicate Thursdays high and overnight low to 8 Eastern Hi Lo Prc Otlk 46 21 Rain Great Falls 54 31 Snow National Temperature Extremes for Thursday High 93 at Low below zero at Saranac Lake LOETO WEDNESDAY million 4516264350 Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher doug.toney@heraldzeitung.com Margaret Managing Editor Ext margaret.edmonson@heraldzeitung.com Heather Business Manager hgrant@heraldzeitung.com Angela Advertising Director abenson@heraldzeitung.com Kathy Circulation Director klehmann@heraldzeitung.com Henry Composing Manager hcoello@heraldzeitung.com Arnold Production Manager 830 awiggins@heraldzeitung.com For classified call 6259144 For display call 6259144 For engagement and anniver sary call 6259144 For missed or late call 6259144 229 by 10 MondaySunday for sameday deliv News Around The World High court refuses to knock down no sue AUSTIN AP The Texas Supreme Court refused Thursday to knock down some employee benefits deals in which a worker waives his right to sue his employer in cases of injury caused by negli Labor leaders criticized the ruling as dangerous to work ers compensation in Texas if such waivers remain The 72 ruling upheld a lower court decision in favor of the The Supreme Court said the law was unclear as to whether such agreements should be The Legislature should decide such a public policy the court Cops continue search for missing girls FORT WORTH AP Fort Worth police have advanced the stalled case of three girls who vanished from a mall 26 years reinterviewing dozens of witnesses and testing DNA evidence against possible In announcing the developments detec tives said they had been comb ing through the evidence since reaching about 70 witnesses and even locating 20 new They said they believed the girls left the mall with someone they trusted and then were Rachel Lisa Renee and Julie Ann disappeared after a Christmas shop ping trip at Seminary South now Fort Worth Town Their purchases were found locked in their Lawmakers mull school insurance AUSTIN AP A Senate committee working to come up with a statefunded school employee health insurance plan agreed Thursday that the state could spend billion per Teel chairman of the Senate Education said that is the amount of money currently available and an amount that could likely be counted on in future Kevin Deal nominated Best Country Act at the Dallas Observer 2000 Music celebrates the release of his new Kiss on the with a CD release party at 9 Saturday at Steven plays bass in the For call 625HALL Photo submitted ir Sponsored by Motor Company 838 Court TX Metro 83O 3O31192 Where Customer Satisfaction is Under Construction Interstate 35 northbound and southbound frontage roads work continuing from RueWe Road to Executive West frontage road temporarily closed while rebuilding work Four Mile Creek at west frontage road bridge completed but still closed rebuilding continues will reopen with rest of the west frontage road now under construc V J i i j n t j i i Center median from Ruekle Road to north of Walnut Avenue currently under Center median from Ruekle Road to Four Mile Creek work is continuing on medi an When work on west frontage road is southbound traffic will be switched to the FarmtoMarket Road 725 reduced to one lane each way traffic shifted to the north as soon as the westbound lanes of FM 725 are which is scheduled for South side turnaround closed Kuehler Spur behind Burger King on FM 725 is Quality Preowned Cars Trucks Motor Company A New Braunfels Tradition Since 1944 Heads Up Mofaarsch The New Braunfels Marschund Wandergruppe sponsors a 10k and 20k Volksmarsch on Saturday and Sunday starting at Hueco Springs Camp on River Start time is between 8 and The walk has to be finished by 3 The walk is sanctioned by For infor call Helgard SuhrHollis at Poetry contest The Greater New Braunfels Arts Council is inviting poets from the fifth grade and older to participate in its 19th annual Countrywide Poetry Poems can be written on any and in any style except Entries must be postmarked by Saturday and Mailed to Poetry JohnMagriesSv 549 m Timber iNewj iv TX MBHSCIassof72 The New Braunfels High School Class of 1972 will have a get together and informa tional meeting about the upcoming reunion cruise at 8 Saturday at the Iron Horse Saloon and 1030 Business ReuseRecycle Day Material collected dur ing the Household Chemical Exchange Program will be avail able to the public during ReuseRecycle Day from 9 3 at Fire Station 4120 Loop Partici pants will be able to pick up pesticides and other hazardous materi als for use around their Community Events Happy Birthday to Cristina Jacqueline Zamora March 29 and Megan Gonzalez 10 March To have a birthday or anniver sary call Schools NEW BRAUNFELS ISO Breakfast Assorted cereal and yogurt and toast Lunch Chicken ravio yogurt plate Activities Gifted and Talented Program screening and data collection Kindergarten through 12th grade last day New Braunfels Middle School UIL Choral Concert and Sightreading location TBA Unicom Unicom noon8 NBHS girls softball at JV 5 V 7 NBHS varsity baseball at Smithson Valley High 7 district game NBHS JV baseball Smithson Valley at New B Team 5 and A Team 7 MCJROTC drill Houston all day COMAL ISO intermediate Breakfast Donut holes and sausage Lunch Bean and cheese chalupa or turkey tetrazzini high school Lunch Steak fingers or fish burger Activities Smithson Valley High School Career CMS UIL Choir CHS Band PreUIL 7 Live Music Gruene 1281 Gruene Road Junior 8 cover charge 255 Saengerhalle Road 8 cover charge Rileys Tavern Lonnie 9 no cover charge Silver Seguin Swingin cover charge mem bers Clubs ParentTeacher League of Cross Lutheran Schools fourth annual pancake supper 5 to 7 today at the 169 Cost is per person for Takeouts Call 625 New Braunfels Service Leagues annual Night fundraiser today at Wursthalle in New Tickets are per or for a corporate and all proceeds will benefit five local Call Arthritis Aquatics Therapy Program 1 to 2 Wednesdays and Fridays at McKenna Sports Fitness Cost is per VFW Post 7110 Smokefree bingo Early birds start at at 600 Peace regular games start at at VFW Low impact aerobics to 1 Wednesdays and Fridays at the Comal County Senior Citizen For call 629 Support groups Hospice New Braunfels Bereavement Support Group for Adujts 10 Call Comal County Womens Center group for women who are victims or survivors of family Call 6207520 for infor Alcoholics Anonymous daily at and 8 except when members meet at 11 at 1142 Eikel Call L   

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