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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 25, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HBRALDZBITUNO October 2001 TODAY Contact News Editor Brian Grant at 6259144 Water River flow Edwards Aquifer feet Comal River 343 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 339 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 763 cfs Canyon Dam lake level above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water Well water Pollen Counts Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Moon Full 31 Last 8 New 15 First 22 Weather TODAY Sunny Highs upper 70s Rain none NE 15mph TONIGHT Mostly clear Lows lower 50s Rain none NE 10 mph Texas weather 25 forecast lor daytime temperatures Sttmy CkHHfy Ckxxfy Showsri Titomii Rain Flunfai Snow let Extended forecast Highs mid Highs near Lows mid Sunday and mostly Highs near Lows near partly Highs mid Lows mid Elswhere BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Temperatures indicate Wednesdays high and overnight low to 8 Eastern Baltimore Cincinnati Detroit Honolulu Juneau New Orleans Phoenix San Francisco Hi 70 82 74 73 83 40 88 90 75 Lo 57 57 57 60 70 36 71 66 50 Pro Otlk rn cdy clr m rn sno clr clr clr National Temperature Extremes for Wednesday High 100 at Laughlin Texas Low 10 at Big Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher firstname.lastname@example.org Margaret Managing Editor email@example.com Heather Business Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Angela Advertising Director email@example.com Jeremy Circulation Director firstname.lastname@example.org Henry Composing Manager email@example.com Arnold Production Manager 830 firstname.lastname@example.org For classified call 6259144 For display call 6259144 For engagement and anniversary call 6259144 To subscribe or for missed or late call 6259144 News Around The World Tunnel fire kills 10 in Switzerland Switzerland AP Fire spewed thick black smoke in one of the worlds longest road tunnels after two trucks crashed headon trapping At least 10 people police Intense heat and smoke kept rescuers from reaching the crash site for and the death toll was expected to said Benno chief of Uri states chemical Many motorists and truck ers managed to reach emer gency exits on the more than 10milelong Gotthard which cuts through the Swiss Alps and is a key connection between northern and south ern King family stalling plans for memorial WASHINGTON AP Efforts to build a national memorial honoring the Martin Luther King have stalled because the civil rights leaders family wants money to use his name and likeness in the marketing Theyre asking for some thing in regards to a licensing said Harry pres ident of the memorial founda Were just trying to walk a thin Last Johnson called representatives of the King family to ask about a dollar but he says they havent returned his In a statement released Wednesday evening by the Atlantabased King Center for Nonviolent Social the family denied seeking a license the release acknowledges ongoing discussions for a permissions which could have a fee Senate passes billion foreign aid bill WASHINGTON AP The Senate overwhelmingly passed a billion foreign aid bill Wednesday after sharply cutting President Bushs request to fight illegal drugs in South Were spending four times more on the Andean drug pro gram than what were doing to stop disease smallpox or plague from coming into our coun said Patrick chairman of the Appropriations Committees foreign operations The Senate passed the for eign aid measure with Graham and Robert casting the dissenting Jon and Mary did not Costume capers New Braunfels Marketplace hosts a Safe TrickorTreat from 5 to 7 Wednesday at the shopping Participants are encouraged to wear Retailers will be handing out For call 210 File photo Heads Up Under Construction 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 Interstate 35 northbound entrance ramp across from Farmto Market Road 1044 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 FarmtoMarket Road 725 at the Interstate 35 overpasses will be closed from 9 on 25 to 5 on 26 while workers set bridge beams for the FM 725 the northbound I35 right lane will be closed during the proce Westbound FM 725 traffic should detour to Texas 46 and east bound should detour to Walnut Avenue via the northand south bound frontage 725 I Tickets for the Circle Arts Theatres 30th Wurstfest mellerdram The Wizard of are now avail able at ChinanThings in Landa Plaza Shopping Admission is with children younger than 6 admitted Performances are set for except for a 4 matinee For call 609 Project Graduation Meal tickets will be on sale before and during halftime at Fridays Canyon High School football game for a Tailgate to bene fit CHS Project The Tailgate Party will be from 6 to 2 in the CHS cafetori The meal includes cornbread and a beverage for For call planning La Mujer Tejana is sponsoring a flu shot clinic from 10 to 1 10 at the Holy Family Church 245 Shots are free to those with Medicare Part B please bring Medicare For up to the first 100 there is a charge of A rum mage sale fundraiser will take place in con junction with the flu shots from 9 to 2 Community Events Happy Birthday to Farley Bevil 1 Dennis Ruben Leal 18 Ruben Jimmy David Guerrero and Lucy Happy Anniversary to Robert and Sofia Lawson 21 To have a birthday or anniver sary listed call Schools NEW BRUANFELS ISD TAAS Exitlevel reading NBISD nurses Education Center Library NBMS eighth grade football Saegert at Saegert NBMS seventh grade football Saegert at home NBMS eighth grade volleyball Canyon at home NBMS seventh grade volley ball Canyon at Canyon A NBHS junior varsity and sophomore football Canyon at Unicorn NBHS freshmen A and B football Canyon at Unicorn Ateam B 4 ROTC trip to National Youth Leadership Conference in COMAL ISD CHS frehsman football at New Braunfels 4 Early release parent con ferences Picture retakes SVHS Shattered Dreams program SVHS freshmen football 4 and CM eighth grade volleyball at postsea son tournament 8 CIS Scholastic Book Fair in Library SVMS football Corbett SBMS football Canyon eighth seventh home 6 Board meeting at CIS 7 CHS junior varsity football at New Braunfels 7 SVHS junior varsity football at Clubs THE NEW BRAUNFELS ELKS LODGE 2279 meets at at the Elks Lodge on the first and third Thursdays of each For information call Jack Mitchell at 6258821 or the Elks Lodge at YMCA OF COMAL COUNTY offers Prime affordable and convenient after school care for children ages 4 to 13 from school dismissal until 6 Monday through The YMCA also offers fullday programs on most school Christmas and Spring Nutritious homework arts and indoor and outdoor games and discovery centers are all part of Prime The program is offered at most area primary and elementary For informa call the YMCA of Comal County at 6069622 or 606 SOUTHWEST TEXAS STATE UNIVERSITYS STUDENTS IN FREE ENTERPRISE TEAM will host The First Annual Diversity Festival on The event will take place in the Quad on SWTSU campus between 9 and 3 For call THE NEW BRAUNFELS MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS SUPPORT GROUP meets at noon Thursday at Ryans Family Steak Guast speaker will be Susan a neurolo who will provide information on the new MS Clinic and Rehabilitation Center that she started strictly for people with For call 210 GIOVANIS presents a Cooking Class and Wine Tasting from 6 to 10 Thursday at the Bunny Becker of Becker Vineyards will be a special Cost is per For call 627 FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES host smokefree bingo at 7 Thursdays at 207 South in New MARION ISD COMMUNITY storytime for children ages 3 and 4 at 10 every Thursday Rt the The SONS OF CONFEDER ATE GUSTAV HOFFMAN N meet at Thursday at the New Braunfels Public For call 830 THE NEW BRAUNFELS NEW CENTURY LIONS CLUB meets at the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at Adobe Verde in
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