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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HERALDZEITUNG September TODAY Contact News Editor Brian Grant at 6259144 221 Water River flow Edwards Aquifer feet Comal River 331 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 325 cfs Canyon Dam outflow cfs Canyon Dam lake level ft above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water million gallons Pollen Counts Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Weather Moon Full 2 Last 9 New 16 First 24 TODAY Partly cloudy Highs near 90 Rain 20 percent S 15 mph TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows low 70s Rain 20 percent S 15 mph Texas weather 18 AccuWealher forecast for daytime temperatures O r MEXICO 9H V Sunny Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tstonrts Rain Flurries Snow In Via AuocuM Press Extended forecast partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of afternoon and evening showers or Highs around partly cloudy with a chance of showers or Lows near Highs 86 to Friday through partly Lows 66 around Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa 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 Jeremy Circulation Director email@example.com Henry Composing Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Arnold Production Manager 830 email@example.com For classified call 6259144 For display call 6259144 For engagement and anniversary call 6259144 To subscribe or for missed or late call 6259144 To subscribe call 6259144 News Around The World Families await news after bridge collapse PORT ISABEL AP Recovery crews resumed their search for victims Monday afternoon after barges and a tugboat slammed in the Queen Isabella Causeway and cars plummeted 85 feet into the water At least four people have been confirmed dead and an unknown number are missing after the collision with the only bridge connecting Port Isabel with the springbreak resort South Padre Island early Saturday Recovery efforts were tem porarily suspended Sunday because a portion of the bridge was said Adrian a Department of Public Safety Thirteen people were res cued from the 50footdeep part of the Intracoastal Two of the bodies have been recovered Stevan and Giaspar Hinojosa and two remain in the About 3 a crane in a boat removed a vehicle out of the Zain trial nears its end AP Prosecutors and lawyers defending former crime lab chemist Fred Zain tried to focus jurors attention on their most telling points Monday as they summed up their argu ments before turning the case over to the The 12 jurors and three alternates asked to be excused for the day after the lawyers completed their closing argu ments shortly before 5 They will begin their delibera tions at 9 This has been a case about the perversion of the system of justice by one said pros ecutor Steve who used blowups of trial transcripts to point out Zains repeated assertions under oath that his laboratory was among the top 10 percent and that its quali ty control and efficiency is always 100 In Jory Fred Zain did not adhere to the rule of Other State Police offi cers testified that Zain falsi fied and altered data and enhanced The newlywed de played by Brendan Flood and Maggie share a tender moment in the Wimberley Players which opened Friday at The Greenhouse Theater in The play runs weekends through There are Sunday matinees sched uled at Sunday and Tickets and reservations can be obtained at the Old Gourmet Kitchen in Wimberiey or by calling Photo submitted Under Construction northbound main lane of Interstate 35 from a halfmile south of FM 725 to a halfmile north of the Guadalupe river Closed from today while workers place bridge Interstate 35 northbound and southbound frontage roads work continuing from Ruekle Road to Executive West frontage road temporarily closed while rebuilding work Four Mile Creek at west frontage road bridge completed but still closed while rebuild ing continues will reopen with rest of the west frontage road now under Center median from Ruekle Road to north of Walnut Avenue currently under con I Center median from Ruekle Road to Four Mile work Is continuing on median When work on west frontage road is traffic will be switched to trie 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 North side turnaround This turnaround will remain open throughout construction but will require various Heads Up schedule The Community Council of South Central Texas and the San Antonio Food Bank has been contracted by the Texas Department of Human Services to administer the Texas Commodity Assistance Schedule of distribution includes 9 4 Laurel resi dents only 9 to 10 Canyon res idents only 8 to 3 300 Laurel Plaza public 9 to 11 Villa Se residents only and 9 to 10 Bavarian Manor resi dents For call One One a bereavement gathering sponsored by Hope will take place from to today at the New Braunfels High School registry Zoeller Funeral Home is inviting the public to express its sympathy to the families of the ter rorist victims and the fire fighters and police officers who lost their A register book will be available for signing at the Zoeller Funeral 615 Landa during nor mal business Community Events Happy Birthday to Marcus Sanchez belated and Atanacia Martinez 14 years Happy Anniversary to Steve and Kathy Meurin 25 To have a birthday or anniver sary listed call Schools NEW BRAUNFELS ISO Lions Club kindergarten vision screening at Memorial 9 Communities in Schools board of directors noon District Technology Committee The Education 35 Memorial Intermediate Campus Improvement Council Hope Hospice One People One Grief Unicorn to NBISD board of trustees regular The Education Center Board 7 New Braunfels High School volleyball versus Boeme at 9th 5 JV 6 and varsity 7 Texas Common Application 7 COMAL ISO Arlon Seay Fall Individual Pictures Canyon High School volley ball at Smithson Valley at Canyon 9A 5 9B 6 JV 6 and varsity 7 Mountain Valley Elementary School Fall Individual Pictures Rahe Primary School sec ond 6 ITBS Spring Branch Middle through Thursday ITBS second grade at Rahe Primary through Thursday Canyon Middle open 6 Comal Elementary School PTO 7 Special board 7 Canyon High School Clubs The New Braunfels AARP Chapter 1823 meets at today at the Comal County Senior Citizen For infor call The Guadalupe County Genealogical Society meets at 7 today in the meeting room of the SeguinGuadalupe County Public 707 College in For infor call 830 Narcotics Anonymous meets at today at the 24hour clubat The Parish Nurse Ministry of Cross Lutheran Church and the Medical Team Home Health Agency of New Braunfels co host a diabetes education and support group from 2 to today in the activity center at Cross Lutheran Church at 169 Lin Johnson will discuss how dia betes affects the For call 6298181 or The George Garcia VFW Post 11050 and Ladies Auxiliary hosts its annual Candlellghting Services at 8 today at the American Legion Guadalupe Valley Post 4210 Farmto Market Road For informa call 830 The Singles Fun Club for sin gles ages 40 and older meets at 7 each Tuesday at the Iron Horse For call CALL US ABOUT OUR BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS FOR AUGUST TWO BEDROOMS FLOOR PLANS AVAILABLE NOW SPECIAL MOVEIN TWO FREE CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION FROM 850 TO 1350 LARGEST FOOTAGE IN TOWN PRICES STARTING FROM TAtyNKIA JAUKO We specialize in Jalisco style Mexican Food Phone 830 6207970 BUY ONE ENTREE GET SECOND ONE OFF Owners Fernandez 1308 San Antonio New TX 78130 36RS9MI IRS PROBLEMS VETERAN EX4RS AGENTS ft TAX PROFESSIONALS Tax Settlement Analytic Confidential Interview in Our Local Office Insider Report How to End IRS Problems Foreverl ToRfrat U Hour Mwugt
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