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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 11, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HERALDZEITUNG May TODAY Contact News Editor Jo Lee Ferguson at 6259144 Water River flow Edwards Aquifer feet Comal River 355 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 615 cfs Canyon Own outflow 512 cfs Canyon Dam lake level ft above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water niton gallons Pollen Counts Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Moon Last 15 New 22 First 29 Full 5 Weather TODAY Partly cloudy High mid 80s Rain None SE 10mph TONIGHT Mostly cloudy Lows mid 60s Rain None SE 10mph Texas weather May 11 forecast or daytime temperatures Sumy PI Cloudy Cloudy SftoMn Rail Ftrries Snow loa Extended forecast morning low partly Isolated after noon and evening Highs in the Sunday and partly Lows in trie Highs in the Tuesday and partly Lows near Elsewhere By The Associated Press National Temperature Extremes fpr Thursday High 111 at Death Low 23 at Idaho Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX 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insurance to protect against lawsuits and high vacancy Under the nursing homes would be charged a quality assurance fee of a day per occupied nursing home Dont turn off heat AUSTIN AP Gas com panies would be prohibited from cutting off the gas on a residential customer during freezing temperatures or on weekends when no personnel is around to accept payment or reconnect service under a bill given preliminary approval by the Texas The bill by Terri was approved with several Republicans changing their vote at the last minute after being outnum Noise bill moves on AUSTIN AP When the speaker of the House bangs his its about 85 decibels of says George Buddy That would be considered unreasonable noise under a bill approved by the House that lowers the accepted level of noise from 85 to 55 Wests bill also increases penalties for a person who makes unreasonable noise in a public place or private resi dence that the person has no right to occupy and the person has previously been convicted of the The bill affects Texans who arent protected by municipal ordinances that restrict noise Airports and agricultur al operations are Reckless Kelly plays Gruene Hall at 8 For call 606 File photo by Secuin 838 West Court TX Selection arid a krw priok I Under Construction Sputhljound Interstate 35 near RueMe Road Periodic lane closures will today VrfKtethe sooth bourtd traffic Is redirected Into the newly constructed median Once the traffic is detoured into the the exit ramp to Solms Road will be and the entrance ramp from Loop 337 will be To exit for Solms use the Loop Road exit To enter the use the new entrance ramp south of Solms Those ramps will be closed until Spring Right lane of northbound Interstate 35 between a quar ter mile north and south of the Guadalupe River Bridge closed Monday to set the last of the northbound frontage road bridge Quality Pieowned Cars Trucks Motor Comp Heads Festival of oneacts The New Braunfels Theatre Company is sponsoring a Festival of Oneact Plays at every Saturday and at 2 every Sunday during the first three week ends in The event takes place at the Peter and Paul school gymnasi 396 Castell Admission is per Tickets are on sale at Henne Chinan Things and from indi vidual cast and NBTC Flag collection The Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree Assembly 1791 is collecting used and Texas flags for cer emonial destruction on Flag June A collection box is located in the lobby at New Braunfels where flags might be deposited through June For pickup call The public is invited to the ceremonial destruction at June 14 on the Knights of Columbus UtidzArt a drawing and art project pro takes place from 10 to 11 Saturday near the Memorial Schools for ages 812 and contin ues for three Camp for ages takes place the week of June Session 1 is from 10 to noon Session II is from 3 to 5 Sessions III and IV are Space is For informa call Community Events Happy Birthday to Tate Korpi 1 Alma Charles Deborah DeLa Cruz 20 May Michael Young May and Joe Pina 1 May Happy Anniversary to Michael and Lucia Godi 17 years and Curtis and Tootle Nolle May Schools NEW BRAUNFELS ISO Breakfast Assorted cereal and yogurt and toast Lunch Steak fingers or fish yogurt plate ACTIVITIES Lamar Primary PTA Olympic Day at Landa Park for kindergart ners JROTC awards NBHS Unicom Band Civic State track Mike Myers Austin OakRun Sixth Grade Center ORCAS to Sea World Shark Dissection Edventure COMAL ISO Intermediate Breakfast Oatmeal blueberry muffins Lunch Tuna melt or steak fin gers high schools Lunch Chicken fried steak or tuna melt Activities State Track in Austin RPS Reading Renaissance Celebration CES Pre1 st Field Trip and 2nd GradePE Bowling noon MVIS 6th grade classes to Honey Creek and 5th Grade Career Day SMBS PTA 7 to 10 SVMS Student of the nine weeks and School Field Day SVHS Choir Pops 7 Hive Musk GRUENE 1281 Gruene Road cover charge 255 Saengerhalle Road 8 cover charge SILVER CENTER Top cover charge Mini Storage Covered Rv Storage NOW OPEN MOVE IN 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