New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 21, 2003, Page 7

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 21, 2003

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 21, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas TODAY'S EVENTS CLUBS Eagles Auxiliary No. 2999 Time: 5:30 p.m. Location: Eagles Hall You should know: Potluck supper, annual membership party Information: Call Jacqui Garland, 629-3973 Now Braunfels Iris Society Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: The Garden Cafe, 444 E. San Antonio St. You should know: Program is “Everything You Always Wanted to know About Irises.” Free, visitors welcome. Information: Call 620-9462. Native Plant Society of Texas Time: 7 p.m. Location: GVTC Auditorium, 36101 FM 3159 Smithson Valley You should know: Speaker David Jacobsen of Schumacher's Hill Country Gardens will talk on salvias, native and others. Open and free to the public. Information: Call Elizabeth Bowerman, (830) 885-5615. Canyon Music Boosters Time: 7 p.m. Location: CHS Band Hall You should know: Plans will be finalized for Senior Night/fiand Night and for the funnel cake booth at Wurstfest. Information: Call Marilyn Schlameus, 625-2069. AARP Local Chapter No. 1823 Time: 9:30 a.m. Location: Comal County Senior Citizens Center, 655 Landa St. You should know: Members bring nonperishable donations for SOS food bank. Speaker is David Worley from NBU. New members and Winter Texans welcome. Information: Call 609-4036 or 627-1155. New Braunfels Marsch-Und I Wandorgruppe I Time: 7 p.m. Location: First United Methodist Church You should know: Wurstfest Walk will be planned. New members and visitors invited. Information: Call 609-3124 I* I I I Alzheimer Support Group Time: 3:30 p.m. Location: Hope Hospice. 611 N. Walnut Information: Call 625-6291, or 625-7500 COMMUNITY Carl Block, ofWaxahachie, demonstrates how to make traditional face jugs at the annual Texas Clay Festival, wich tak^s place from IO a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and IO a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday at Buck Pottery in Gruene. The show features more than 50 craftspeople demonstrating who to work with potter’s wheels, sculptures and kilns. Admission is free. For information, call Buck Pottery, 629-7975. Diebetft Educetion end Support Group Time: 2 to 3:30 p.m. Location: Cross Lutheran Church. 2171, Common St. You should know: Topic is “Stress Management: Getting Ready for the Holidays.' Information: Call Paula Morales. 629-8181, or Carol Schroeter. 627-0005. New Braunfels High School production "Dearly Departed" Time: 7 p.m. Cost: $3 for students, $5 for adults Information: Call Jennifer Lowe. 627-6000. WORKSHOP Photography workshop Time: 7 p.m. Location: Rebecca Creek Gallery You should know: Serious photographers who have a desire to learn more about the art of photography are welcome Be prepared to bring latest work/portfolio. Call for directions to studio. Information: Call (830) 228-4846. GOVERNMENT Now Braunfels ISD Board of Trustees Time: 7 p.m. Location: Education Center Board Room, 430 W. Mill St. Schertz City Council Time: 7 p.m. Location: Municipal Complex Council Chambers, 1400 Schertz Parkway, Schertz. REMINDERS DON'T FORGET Skat Tournament Date: Wednesday Time: 7 p.m. Location: Germania Bowling Alley PLAN AHEAD Historical Marker dedication Date: Sunday Time: 4:30 p.m. Location: FM 725, just outside Schumannsville You should know: Speaker is State Rep. Ed Kuempel. Guadalupe and Comal County officials have been invited. The public is invited to the dedication. Information: Call 625-1900. WWII Vintage Liberator Bomber Date: Oct. 29 Time: noon Location: New Braunfels Municipal Airport You should know: Rare 1941 model LB-30/B-24 A Liberator bomber will arrive at the airport and be on display through Oct. 30. Presented by the Commemorative Air Force. Cost: one-half hour ride for $375 per person. Halloween Pet Costume Contest Date: Oct. 31 Time: 5 p.m. Location: Canyon Animal Clinic. Sattler Information: Gift certificates awarded to first, second and third place winners. GOODFORYOU Photo submitted Gregory Parker. Paster , chosen for public policy advisory council Gregory Parker, the Republican candidate for Precinct 3 Comal County Commissioner, was chosen to be a member of the Advisory Council for the National Center for Public Policy Research’s Project 21 initiative. The National Center for Public Policy Research is a nonpartisan public policy research organization. MI am honored to be a part of a great organization,” Parker said. Project 21 is an initiative of The National Center for Public Policy Research to promote the views of African-Americans and other minorities, whose entrepreneurial spirit, sense of family and commitment to individual responsibility has not traditionally been echoed by the nation’s civil rights establishment. Project 21 advisory council members have been interviewed by hundreds of media outlets, and in newspapers such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, The Washington Times and many others. Birthdays/Anniversaries HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO: ■ Shealee Brumfield ^■Joanna Brush ■ Paulette Ortiz ■ Gary Maitland TUMDAY, 0CT0BIR 21, 2001 DAILY PLANNER It your jack-o-lantera ready! See die Life page Wednesday for pumpkin-carving inspiration. SectionB Herald-Zeitung To have your event publicized, contact Features Editor Brian Grant at 625-9144, ext. 222, or by e mail at bgrant§herald-zeitung. com Photo submitted DONT MISS CLAY FESTIVAL Canyon Lake United Methodist Men Spaghetti Supper Date: Friday Time: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Location: Canyon Lake United Methodist Church, 206 Flintstone Drive. Canyon Lake Information: Call (830) 899-7104. Rummage Sale Date: Saturday Time/Location: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 900 Seguin Ave., the old Centex building. You should know: Rainout date is Oct. 26. Proceeds benefits New Braunfels 12 and under girls softball team. Food and drink included; 12 families involved. You should know: Winners from last week were Danny Schumann, Roger Reininger, Mike Kivlin, John Langhorst, George Goepf, James C. Stolte and Chester Boenig. Candlelight Vigil Date: Thursday Time: 7 p.m. Location: Landa Park Pavilion 16 You should know: Sponsored by the Comal County Women's Center to remember those who have lost their lives to domestic violence and celebrate those who have survived. Information: Call 620-7520. 5-DAY OUTLOOK FOR NEW BRAUNFELS AND COMAL COUNTY I c L1CS Updated forecasts: www.srh.noaa.gov Type "city, state' or zip code into space provided and click 'go' button. TEXAS FORECAST Tuesday, Oct- 21 ACCUWCCtllCI’.COm forecast for daytime conditions, high/low • TODAY Mostly sunny Hi: 87 Low: 55 COLO. I KAN. j Amarin [say a* | N.M. OKLA. d MO. o 1 - 1 • x* o Wichita llMVib*] - • ......—.................•    J amc • Austin •ovss* \ _  ' • •-, c ...is,, -..... fan Aw—tfojasvi^ LA. o mrn««*• aa w m Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice VU Assacu!*! Prtss SUN and MOON Sunrise today 7:38 a m. Sunset today 6:57 p.m. MOON PHASES 10/25 POLLEN COUNTS Ikaaa    Low COASTAL FORECAST Grass Mostly sunny Hi: 87 Low: 57 Thursday Partly cloudy Hi: 85 Low: 59 Friday Mostly cloudy Rain: 20% Hi: 83 Low: 61 Saturday Partly cloudy Rain 20% Hi: 82 Low: 60 BY TNB NUMBERS IN COMAL COUNTY Highs/Iowa_10/19 Canyon Dam    n/a New Braunfels Airport 83/50 Rainfall 10/19 Month Bulverde Canyon Dam Fischer Store New Braunfels Spring Branch Water Flows n/a n/a n/a OOO n/a n/a 2 64 n/a 335 n/a 10/20 Changa Edwards Aquifer Comal River 683.8    -05 388    -5 cubic ft/second Canyon Dem 10/20 Change Inflow 315 48 cubic ft/Mcond Outflow 550 0 cubic ft/second Lake level 90901 -0.15 foot abow mead sea level NBU Pumping Report 10/20 Surface water Lake level ^ let qtr. (    ~ \ Full M Last qtr. W 11*    V_y!1/10 ^ 11/18 fort Aransas: Mostly sunny with areas of too in the Moderate morning. High* in the mid 80a inland, lower 80s coast. >in'rt7rVt~. Light and variable winds becoming southeast 6 to 10 Mooerna mph in the afternoon. Night will be mostly dear. Iowa in wwwaaaaiorg/nab the lower 60$. n/a million gallons n/a million gallons TODAY'S FORECASTS ACROSS TEXAS City. Hi/ Lo/ Pre/ Otlh Amarillo/90/54//PCIdy Austin/86/48//PCWy ~ Brownsville/83/62//PCIdy Dallas-Ft Worth/87/56//Clr __ El Paso/88/55//Clr    _______ Houston/84/55//Clr Lubbock/89/53//Clr Midland-Odessa/85/51//Clr San Antonio/83/53//PCIdy NATIONAL City, Hi/ Lo/ Pre/ OtJk Bismarck/72/45//PCIdy Chicago/85/46//Clr Cincinnati/ 7o/45//PCIdy Cleveland/73/38//Cldy Columbus,Ohio/75/40//PCIdy Denver/77/53//Clr Des Momes/88/56//PCIdy Detroit/76/39//Cldy Duluth/71/39//Cldy Evansville/82/47//PCIdy Fargo/ 73/47//PCIdy Grand Rapids/ 79/39//Cldy lndianapolis/79/49//PCIdy Kansas City/87/61//Clr Milwaukee/83/44//PCIdy Mpls-St Paul/ 78/56//PCIdy Oklahoma City/90/53//PCIdy Omaha/85/52//PCIdy Rapid City/76/54//PCIdy St Louis/88/57//PCIdy Sioux Falls/78/39//PCIdy Topeka/90/53//PCIdy Tu!sa/89/57//Clr Washington,DC /66/45//PCIdy Wichita/87/51//PCIdy WEATHER EXTREMES High: 108 at Yuma Foothills Adz Low: 15 at Berlin, H H B Closure: Northbound and southbound Interstate 35 will experience alternating lane closures between Rueckle Road and FM 725 from 9 p m to 6 a m. beginning Sunday. B Reopens: 6 a rn Oct 30. B Detour: A minimum of one lane in each direction will be open at all times. Loop 337 would provide a detour. B Work: Removing barriers and placing tie-ins to existing roadway For Commuters: San Antonio B Closure: Westbound left lane of Loop 410 West frontage road from West Avenue to Jackson Keller is closed until further notice. Center lane is closed from 8:30 a m to 6 p.m. daily. B Reopens When Loop 410 widening project is completed. B Work Loop 410 widening. B Closure: Loop 410 westbound Vance Jackson exit ramp B Reopens: When Loop 410 widening project is completed. B Detour Traffic to Vance Jackson and Cherry Ridge must take Exit 19 ■ Work Loop 410 widening REBECCA 8. ROGERS/Herald-Zeitung The far right lane remains closed at the corner of Walnut Avenue and the I-35 North access road. Workers have been installing pedestrian signal lights. ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 21, 2003

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