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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 20, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HfiRALDZBITUNG July TODAY Contact News Editor Brian Grant at 6259144 Water Rlvwftow Aquifer Count Rlvw M6 eft Canyon DMI inflow 105 cfe Canyon outflow 109 cfs Canyon Dani Huca laval ft abovB mean level NBU Pumping Report Surface water miton gallons water mflHon gaKons Pollen Counts Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Moon Full Last New First 20 27 Weather TODAY Sunny Highs upper 90s Rain none S 10 mph TONIGHT Clear Lows mid 70s Rain none S 10 mph Texas weather July 20 forecast tor daytime temperatures Extended forecast mostly Highs in the upper lows in the mid Sunday through mostly Highs near lows in the mid Elsewhere BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Temperatures indicate Wednesdays high and overnight low to 8 Eastern Hi Lo Prc Anchorage 70 57 Austin 98 75 Buffalo 85 67 91 70 Chicago 85 66 DallasFt Worth 98 78 Helena 79 54 Honolulu 88 77 Kansas Ctty 93 70 Milwaukee 80 67 New Orleans 92 76 Philadelphia 82 69 RaleighDurham 91 72 San Antonio 97 78 Seattle 68 57 Shreveport 96 73 Topeka 98 73 77 70 National Temperature Extremes High Wednesday 110 at Death Low Thursday 34 at Oflk m cdy cdy m cdy clr m cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy cdy Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher ExL IUvgwrt Managing Editor Ext HMther Business Manager ExL Angela Advertising Director Ext Kattty Circulation Director Ext Henry Composing Manager Ext Arnold Production Manager 830 For classified call 6259144 For display call 6259144 For engagement and anniver sary can 6259144 For missed or late call 6259144 News Around The World USOC says Houston needs new rail system HOUSTON AP Houston must project itself as a truly international city which likely would include a rail transit system to have a shot at the 2012 Summer the chairman of the Olympic Committee site evaluation team said The Metropolitan Transit Authority is building a 7 mile light rail starter line from downtown to the Astrodome home of two stadi ums at the heart of the citys Olympic Local bickering over rail has reached where Texas Kay Bailey Hutchison supports federal funding while suburban Houston Tom a fellow wants a public referendum The Olympic Committee will announce finalists in House approves religious charities bill WASHINGTON AP In a victory for President the Republicancontrolled House approved legislation Thursday expanding the role of religious charities in federal social pro Opponents complained vociferously the bill would pre empt state and local antidis crimination Religious charities are per mitted to receive grants in a small number of federal pro grams under current The legislation would expand the list significantly to areas such as domestic violence and hunger Aid recipients would not be required to attend worship services or religious instruc tion Tire company refuses federal request WASHINGTON AP has refused the federal govern ments request to expand its recall of million tires and is preparing to fight an order to remove the tires from American The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration asked to recall more tires during a pri vate meeting but the company refused and negotiations Photo submitted Cross Canadian Ragweed will play at 8 Friday at 255 Saengerhalle Cover charge is For call 625HALL Under Construction Heads camp The Childrens Sophienburg the Conservation and Heritage societies will sponsor the second annual Heritage Camp from 8 to noon July 23 through 26 for ages 6 to The camp is per child must preregister and pre To register or for more call the Childrens Museum at Hypnosis dhc Sandra a certified hypnothera will offer a Stop Smoking Hypnosis Clinic at 9 noon and 3 July in the office above Henne Suite Cost to attend is 99th birthday party Exit 187 from southbound Interstate 35 to FarmtoMarket Road 725 jThe exit is closed Detour signs will be placed along Business 35 traffic to FM A large detour sign also will be placed south of FM 306 notifying I35 traffic that the ramp has been closed and which ramps to use instead of Exit a large flashing sign will be placed just south of Texas 46 telling I 35 traffic to use Exit 188 to get to downtown New The ramp closure will expedite the construction of FM 725 near Northbound entrance ramp to Interstate 35 from FM 725 The north bound frontage road from Chevron north to FM 725 also will be moved over to the newly constructed frontage This traffic switch will require the closure of the northbound entrance ramp to I35 from FM The northbound frontage road traffic will still be allowed to enter the ramp by taking the left turn off the frontage The northbound frontage road bridge over the Guadalupe River is sched uled to open in about one and FM 725 traffic will be able to use it to access northbound FM 725 Underpass Expected to be reopened to full width in Interstate 35 northbound and southbound frontage roads work con tinuing from Ruekle Road to Executive North side turnaround turnaround will remain open throughout con struction but will require various Northbound Interstate 35 frontage road bridge over the Guadalupe River will be opened to one lane of traffic Northbound main lanes of Interstate 35 be moved to the middle of the interstate today from miles south of FarmtoMarket Road 725 to miles north of the Guadalupe The northbound main lane exit to FM 725 and the exit to Seville Drive will be closed when traffic is placed in the Seguin birthday celebration of the the patriarch of Texas Lutheran will take place from 2 to 4 June 22 in the Timmerman Room of Hein Dining Hall on the Texas Lutheran University campus in The event is open to the Masonic baitecue The Canyon Lake Masonic Lodge 1425 will be holding its annual barbecue fund raiser from to 3 on Saturday at the American Legion intersection of FarmtoMarket Road 2673 and Triple Peak Road in The event is all you can including and costs per Community Events Happy Birthday to Eli and Jake Frazier 5 Gillian Leigh Garrison 3 Rayanna Virginia Wilson July 19 and Susan Bird July Happy Anniversary to Larry and Mary Margaret Anderson and JoAn and Darrell Jentsch 5 To have a birthday or anniver sary call Live Music GRUENE 1281 Gruene 830 6061281 July 20 Cooder 8 cover charge 255 Saengerhalle 625HALL 4255 July 20 Cross Canadian 8 cover charge SILVER 510 Court Seguin 830 3036612 July 20 Shadows of South cover charge THE WINE 295 San 6249463 July 20 David Gettys Jazz no cover charge Clubs COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS at 300 Laurel hosts lunch for those 60 years and older from to Monday through in the Laurel Plaza Community Suggested donation is Call 6291751 to make reserva tions 24 hours in NIGHT IN OLD FREDERICKSBURG is gearing up to celebrate 39 years today and Admission today is for for couples from 5 to 11 Saturday admission is free until After admission is for for kids ages 6 to and children under 6 are admitted For call the Chamber of Commerce at 888 9973600 or visit THE ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS sponsors bird iden tification session from 8 to 11 at the Canyon Lake Community Recreation Center below the The activity is For call 830 9643003 or 830 964 TRACY BLIGH TEACHES DRAWING DOWNTOWN from to July 27 and 2 at Treefrog Ed for ages 10 to Class cost is due at time of Supplies are For infor call Support Groups HOSPICE NEW BRAUNFELS hosts its weekly Kaffee Klatsch bereavement support group from 10 to every For more call 625 THE NEW BRAUNFELS CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES NARFE will meet at 10 at the Senior Citizens 655 Landa Wilbur Wieding will provide the program on his experiences as a post All members are invited to For call 629 A meeting will be held at at the Bulverde Senior 30280 Cougar Bend Drive in Clarification In Wednesdays the HeraldZeitung incorrectly report ed that Shadow Hills was part of the annexation plan by the Shadow Hills was orginally sug gested for but is no longer part of the plan because the city had too much area it was once the agricultural exemptions were Also in Wednesdays a photo graph of the Seguin fire was taken by Sarah Scott of the Seguin The Herald regrets the
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