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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 19, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HKUALDZKITUNG October 2001 TODAY Contact News Editor Brian Grant at 6259144 Water River flow Edwards Aquifer foot Comal River 347 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 454 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 763 cfs Canyon Dam lake level above mean soa level Pollen Counts NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water million gallons Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Weather Moon Full 31 Last 8 New 15 First 23 TODAY Partly cloudy Highs near 80 Rain none 10 mph TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows lower 50s Rain none 5 mph Texas weather 19 lorocnsl or dnyllmo lomporatures C2001 Browniiviili VM Ctoutty Tiloimi Rain FluniM Bnow Ice Extended forecast partly Highs lower Sunday through partly Highs lower Lows near partly Highs near Lows mid WEDNESDAY million 061522234850 Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher firstname.lastname@example.org Margaret Managing Editor 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mailed 8 from Atlanta and was received in Kenya on It was opened Israeli tourism minister assassinated JERUSALEM AP Israel issued an ultimatum to Yasser Arafat to hand over the assas sins of a Cabinet minister or face harsh In a first Israel seized some Palestinian territory and doc tors said three Palestinians were lolled by Israeli Israel did not give Arafat a but hinted that if demands were not it would attack the Palestinian Terrorists sentenced in embassy bombings NEW YORK AP The first two of four Osama bin Laden disciples convicted in the 1998 bombings of two embassies in Africa received life without parole Khalfan Khamis was the first of the four defendants to appear in District Court in He was quickly followed by Mohamed who received the same penalty of life without The sentencing came after an appeal by the spouses of two people killed in the 1998 bomb ings of two embassies in Africa for a life sentence in the A 10mile multiuse trail will open this week end at Guadalupe River State Park as part of Lone Star Legacy Events start at 9 Saturday with a guided walk of the Honey Creek State Natural Area and continue at 1 with the grand opening of the At 6 the Mountain Lion Native American Dancers will perform at the Outdoor and other events are scheduled all day All sorts of wildlife call the park including whitetailed gray bobcats and To get take Texas 46 Eight miles west of turn right on Park Road Go three miles to park While admis sion is donations will be accepted to continue conservation effiort at Guadalupe River State JESSIE Under Construction Northbound entrance ramp from Walnut Avenue will be closed from to while workers place asphalt across the Motorists should use the next entrance Interstate 35 northbound and southbound frontage roads work continuing from Ruekle Road to Executive Center median from Ruekle Road to Four Mile Creek work is continuing on median When work on west frontage road is com southbound traffic will be switched to the FarmtoMarket Road 725 will be closed 24 while beams are set for trie FM 725 Overpass WestboimcT m6tbrists should use Highway and eastbound motorists should detour to Walnut Avenue via the northbound and southbound frontage Interstate 35 northbound entrance ramp across from Farmto MarketRoad 1044 the FM 35 entrance ramp will be closed while a new ramp is con structed further Workers will begin building a retaining wall across the Motorists should use the next available I Heads change The which usually takes place the third Friday of the month will not take place the TRIAD will have an information table at the annual health at the Comal County Senior Citizen Flu shots also will be available on that sale The Citywide Garage Sale takes place from 9 to 3 Saturday at the Comal County Senior Citizen For call HVIemoiywalk The South Central Texas Chapter of the Alzheimers Association invites New Braunfels to its second annual Memory set for 9 Benefitihg Alzheimers programs in the New Braunfels the 5kilometer walk starts at the Landa Park pool park ing lot For infor call authors Treefrog 249 San Antonio will host childrens author Janice Shefelman and illustrator Tom Shefelman at 2 Saturday at the For call Community Events Happy Birthday to Caitlin Gillum 8 To have a birthday or anniver sary call Schools NEW BRAUNFELS ISO Lamar Primary PTA Dollar Days fall fundraiser ends NBHS volleyball Smithson Valley at home 5 junior 5 varsi 6 NBHS varisty football Smithson Valley district Homecoming at Unicorn Dance to fol low at COMAL ISD CHS volleyball at 5 junior 5 varsi 6 Nine weeks end SVHS Debate Team at Reagan Tournament SVHS NJROTC at Lewisville SVHS at district nament in New Braunfels SVHS volleyball at New Braunfels freshman junior 8 SVMS Student of the nine weeks breakfast CHS varsity foot ball at Fredericksburg SVHS varsity foot ball at New Braunfels Live Music 255 Saengerhalle 625HALL 4255 Today Bop 8 SILVER 510 Court Seguin 830 3036612 Today Texas THE WINE 295 San 6249463 Today Raw Sax to no cover charge CHEATHAM STREET 119 San Today Dub Miller GIOVANIS PIANO BAR Today Ted enter tainer and recording 5 to wine and beer available Clubs THE PTA is sponsoring a fall festival from 11 to 4 Saturday at Frazier Elementary Each student is asked to bring a 3liter bottled soda and a store bought THE LOCAL CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED FEDERAL EMPLOYEES will meet at 10 today at the Comal County Senior Citizen 655 Landa October is NARFEs and a spe cial patriotic program with song is A visit from one of the unknown signers of the Declaration of Independence is For call NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets at everyday at the 24hour club at 1142 THE CANYON LAKE REPUBLICAN WOMEN host a Casino Night beginning at today at the Canyon Lake Forest Community A admission buys of play For call 830 SAN MARCOS RIVER FALL FEST is scheduled for today through For call 888 THE SAN ANTONIO CHAPTER OF THE AMERICAN SEWING GUILD is sponsoring a world famous sewing and quilting Jennie Payment from from 7 to at the Cavender Buick Community 13660 Interstate 10 West in San Participants are asked to bring a Drinks will be There is a charge for both For call Debra Lally at S H rj IMHV wtu riup on MO 76HC10K Mini Storages Covered Rv Storage NOW OPEN MOVE INI SPECIAL On Site Resident Manager Security Gate Fence 452 FM 306 8306252872 HILL COUNTRY ORCHID SOCIETY WURST ORCHID FEST SHOW SALE 2O 1 OAM SPM a 1 1 OAM4PM 353 SEGUIN NEW TX AT THE ELKS LODGE NO ADMISSION CHARGE
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