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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 23, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HmtALDZniTUNC November 2001 TODAY Contact News Editor Brian Grant at 6259144 Water River flow Edwards Aquifer feet Comal River 379 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow cfs Canyon Dam outflow cfs Canyon Dam lake level above mean sea level Pollen Counts NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water million gallons Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Weather Moon Full Last quarter New First 30 7 14 22 TODAY Partly cloudy Highs near 80 Rain none 15mph TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows near 60 Rain None 10mph Texas weather 23 AccuWonlhor lorocasl lor dnylltno temperatures 0r 1 h eZOOt O Sunny Ft Cloudy Cloudy Showeis Tstorms Flatn Fluirlos Snow lea Vta AModftrtxf Prvu Extended forecast mostly Highs mid mostly Lows lower Highs mid Monday through partly Lows near Highs mid LOTTO WEDNESDAY 4 million 030628334151 Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher 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by Palestinianmade but Palestinian officials blamed The Palestinian information Yasser Abed demanded that the United States and Europe exert greater pressure on Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon to pull back troops from friction We cant witness real security as long as Sharon and his government are seeking a military he Two mediators Assistant Secretary of State William Burns and retired Marine Corps Anthony Zinni are expected to fly in next week to push for a cease Pope goes online to offer apology VATICAN CITY AP With a tap on a Pope John Paul II for the first time sent out his official word over the apologizing Thursday for missionary abus es against indigenous peoples of the South Bishops and their flocks in Oceania New Zealand and scattered South Sea islands had been hop ing John Paul would come in person to deliver the But his doctors have been pressing him for years to slow The pontiff shows symptoms of Parkinsons includ ing a hand tremor and slurred Since hip surgery in he has had difficulty moving John Paul visited Oceania in The bishops of Oceania had been waiting for the popes message since when they met with him at the Study says mad cow disease at its peak WASHINGTON AP The epidemic of British people infected with a form of mad cow disease may have peaked and the number of deaths from may gradually go down in the coming according to a new French researchers say that a new computer model sug gests that more than half of the total British cases of new variant CreutzfeldJakob caused by eating tainted meat have already occurred and that the peak of the epidemic has There have been a total of 110 people in Britain diagnosed with the About a million cattle in Britain are thought to have been A Holiday Workshop is being offered for youth ages 612 years old from to 37 at the Landa Recreation New Braunfels City Parks and Recreation Department spon sors the Registration for the program is at Landa Recreation Center through Photo submitted 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 southbound traffic will be switched to the Interstate 35 northbound entrance ramp across from FarmtoMarket Road 1044 the FM 35 entrance ramp will be closed while a new ramp is constructed further Workers will begin building a retaining wall across the Motorists should use the next available Heads Up walk VFW Post Post 600 Peace Avenue will sponsor a cookie walk from 9 to 1 1 at the post The event is sponsored by the Ladies Participates can buy a decorated walk around the tables filled with home made then fill your container with the cookies of your Well also have many items in a silent auc tion which would make great Hoy collection Bracken a shopping will ring in the holiday sea son with a traditional village carol ing and a visit from Old Saint Nick at Shoppers can bring in a unwrapped toy to their favorite shop and receive a 20 per cent discount on that special holiday Gifts will be collected by the Ridge Lions Club for Operation Santa a holiday program that benefits less fortunate families in Comal Advent Vespers The 42nd annual Advent Vespers Massed Choir concert takes place at 4 Sunday at the First Baptist Call Community Events Happy Birthday to Deprlce Marie Martinez 7 To have a birthday or anniver sary call Schools NEW BRAUNFELS ISO No planned activities COMAL ISO No planned activities Live Music 1281 Gruene 6061281 Today Scott 1 no cover Cory 8 in advance 255 Saengerhalle 625HALL Today Cave Catt 8 CHEATHAM STREET WARE 119 San Today Grant Mazak GIOVANIS PIANO BAR Fridays and Saturdays Ted entertainer and record ing 5 to midnight wine and beer available Clubs KAFFEE KLATSCH bereave ment support group meets from 10 to every For call 625 NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets at everyday at the 24hour club at 1142 COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS at 300 Laurel Lane hosts lunch for those 60 years and older in the Laurel Plaza Community Room from to noon Monday through Suggested dona tion is Call Rita at 629 1751 to make reservations 24 hours in Free trans portation to site to eat Thursday is Bingo with VFW POST 7110 hosts smoke free bingo early birds start at at 600 Peace reg ular games start at at VFW ARCIL OF SAN MARCOS pro vides information and peer support for inclusion into the community for persons with It also provides independent life skills training to assist people with disabilities to become empowered and integrat ed into the For infor call 512 THE COMAL COUNTY WOMENS CENTER offers a group for women who are victims or survivors of family Women who are or have been in abusive relationships are wel come to Call 620 7520 for All counsel ing at CCWC is free and confi Mini Storae Covered RV Storage NOW OPEN MOVE IN SPECIAL On Site Resident Manager Security Gate Fei 452 FM 306 8306252872 Jr Vicente Tk Dermatology Announces the Opening of his Office for treatment of Diseases of the hair and 226 Union New Texas 78130 8306248026 Tel 8306092295 Fax Accepting New Patients Board Eligible In Dermatology 391 Solar Vests No Drill Used 1O Off 1011 West County Line New TX EXiMKSl
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