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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 8, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HBRALDZBITUNO December 2001 TODAY Contact News Editor Brian Grant at 6259144 Water River flow Edwards Aquifer 683 feet Comal River 402 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 756 cfs Canyon Dam outflow ds Canyon Dam lake level above moan sea level Pollen Counts NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water million gallons Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Weather Moon Full 30 Last 5 New 14 First 22 TODAY Partly cloudy Highs lower 60s Rain none N 20 mph TONIGHT Mostly clear Lows lower 30s Rain none N 10 mph Texas weather 8 lorecnsl for dayllme temperatures Quiny CkxxJy Cloudy Showen Titomn Flaln Flui Extended forecast mostly Highs near Lows near mostly Highs lower Tuesday and most ly cloudy with a slight chance of Highs in the Lows in the mostly Highs in the Lows in the Elsewhere BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Temperatures indicate Fridays high and overnight low to 8 Eastern Anchorage Honolulu Memphis Pittsburgh Richmond San Francisco Pro Lo 3 54 75 62 48 54 53 66 55 National Temperature Extremes for Friday High 86 at Montebello and San Low 17 below zero at Hi 0 75 83 67 53 65 61 Otlk cdy cdy clr cdy m m cdy rn 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 anniver sary call 6259144 To subscribe or for missed or late call 6259144 News Around The World Unemployment rate soars to percent WASHINGTON AP The nations unemployment rate shot up to percent in November as the job loss total for the past two months hit the worst perfor mance in more than two The Labor Department report Friday showed just how devastating the 11 ter rorist attacks were on the labor prompting huge layoffs across a wide swath of the with air lines and other travelrelated industries particularly hard The worsethanexpected numbers also dashed hopes raised by other reports that the current the countrys first in 10 soon will be The rumors of a recovery were said David chief economist at Standard Poors in New We are still in a reces sion and we will be for some months to Wall Street fell on the with the Dow Jones industrial average closing down at Arafat accuses of proIsraeli bias GAZA Gaza Strip AP a twoday Israel renewed its military action against Palestinian security targets Friday with an F16 jet carrying out a raid on a police compound in injuring two Palestinians were shot and killed by Israeli troops in the West Angered that the United States has not criticized Israel for the military Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat accused the Americans of a proIsrael bias in an inter view Friday with Israeli tele Despite the envoy Anthony Zinni brokered a meeting between top Israeli and Palestinian security offi cials in an effort to quell the crisis set off by suicide bomb ings in Jerusalem and Haifa that killed 25 people this past Suicidal worker in love triangle AP The suicidal factory worker who gunned down a coworker and wounded six others was involved in a love triangle at coworkers and police said Robert was having a problem with a male employee over a female co Police Chief Terry Schollian Neither employ ee was among those but police refused to release other After telling his boss he had not slept in three Wissman was asked to leave the NuWood Decorative Millwork factory He came back the second time with a Wissman fired 16 wounding other employees and killing manager Greg Oswald before taking his own police NuWood production manag er Ed Rutledge said Wissman was involved in a love triangle and had been acting funny in the week before the I could see it in his There was something going on in his said Gary Nunn plays New Years Eve at Gruene For informa call The Gruene Gospel Brunch with a Texas Twist takes place at and File photo 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 The closures for Walnut Avenue that were scheduled for 34 from 9 to 6 were postponed because of the weather until 1011 from 9 to 6 Westbound traf fic should detour to FarmtoMarket Road Avenue and eastbound traffic should detour to Business If weather does not permit the it will be post Heads Up frCavem caroling Third annual Christmas Caroling at Natural Bridge Caverns takes place 21 and Reservations are For infor call 210 651 Hlometour The New Braunfels Republican Women host the eighth annual Christmas Home Tour from 10 to 5 This years tour will include the homes of Ron and Jeanette Ernest and Fanita Nora and Mike Roger Tuttle and Richard and Kim Tickets for the event are which includes admission to all five Maps to the homes are on the back of the Tickets are on sale at The Chinan The Retreat and River Breeze Collection Tickets also are avail able at all the homes after the tour For call Mingle Bell Run Ninth annual Five K Jingle Bell spon sored by Physical Therapy Unlimited and the Scooter will start at 9 at Landa Registration on race day will be For call Scott Wood at 830 Community Events Happy Birthday to Brittany Williams 13 and belated birthday wishes to Anita To have a birthday or anniver sary listed call Schools NEW BRAUNFELS ISO ACT testing date NBHS Band at region orches tra COMAL ISO MVIS Student Council in Sattler Christmas Parade SVHS Band at Sattler parade SVHS varsity boys basketball at SAISD Tournament at Alamo CC SVHS varsity girls basketball at CHS Tournament 8 CMS Orchestra Clinic Judson 8 CMS band at Sattler Christmas Parade 8 am SBMS Choir at Sattler Christmas Parade 8 SBMS Orchestra Clinic 8 SBMS Orchestra clinic CHS Band at Canyon Lake Parade Live Music GRUENE 1281 Gruene 6061281 Today Mark 1 to 5 no cover Today Slaid 9 255 Saengerhalle 625HALL 4255 Today Mark David CHEATHAM STREET WARE 119 San 512 3533777 Today Holiday Benefit Concert featuring Eliza Gilkyson and Adam Carroll GRUENE 1263 Gruene 6252116 Saturdays 6 no cover charge GIOVANIS PIANO BAR Fridays and Saturdays Ted entertainer and record ing 5 to midnight wine and beer available Clubs THE AMERICAN RED CROSS sponsors First Aid and CPR for childcare providers training from to 5 today at the Red Cross Cost is For call THE ANNUAL HOLIDAY STORYTELLING FEST takes place from 10 to today at Garden Ridge at Schoenthal Road and Farmto Market Road Santa is expected to drop in at with a bag full of Refreshments will be For call 210 THE HILL COUNTRY YACHT CLUB hosts the 18th annual Christmas Parade of Lights at 6 today on Canyon About 30 boats will be decorated in Christmas lights and will parade around a 14mile course designed to pass by most of the homes and parks on Canyon Viewing is free for the general public from Cranes Mill Park at 6 Overlook Park at Canyon Darn at 8 and Jacobs Creek Park at For call THE AMERICAN LEGION COMAL POST 179 will host a Christmas party from 11 am to 1 today at the post Coll All children and grandchildren of members of the American Legion Comal Post 179 are An adult 18 year or must accompany the children at all For informa call Participants are asked to sign up children in advance in the lounge at the post homo AUTHOR LAURIE JASINSKI will sign copies of hor book Hill Country Backroads Showing the Way in Comal County11 from 2 tro 5 today at Hastings 651 Business AUTHOR BERT WALL will sign copies of his books Devils Devils Backbone Part 2 and Devils Backbone 3 from 5 to 7 today at Hastings Music and For call
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