New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 28, 2003, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 28, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas GOODFORYOU . 1 I? tag Anna Zientek, left, and Marcia Kelly.Marie teachers hitting all the right notes Music teachers won the top honor of New Braunfels Independent School District Teachers of the Year. Marcia Kelly, Memorial Primary music teacher, and Anna Zientek, Oak Run band teacher, were honored as NBISD Elementary and Secondary Teachers of the Year. Superintendent Ron Reaves and board of trustees President D. Lee Edwards recognized the two at a recent Unicom football game. Kelly has been teaching 19 years and has taught in NBISD for 15 years. Zeintekhas taught 13 years — ll years with NBISD. "We’re extremely proud of the quality of teachers we have in the district and these are two examples of that quality," Reaves said. "We appreciate what they do for the district as well as our other teachers in the district." TWO teachers of the year are selected after they are voted on by campus representatives and interviewed by a district committee. — Dylan Jimenez HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO:■ Daryl Fuhrmann ■ Blanca Lyn Prado, 9 years old ■ Fernando Ortiz, 50 years old ■ Jesse and Simon Medina, 54 years old■ Stephanie Ortiz ■ Felida Lombardo, 12 years old, Oct. 26 ■Jennifer Lombardo, 18 years old, Oct. 27 HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO: ■ Mike and Sara Miller, 40 years, Oct. 26lrt»lh»HHlAlJ>-ZEnt!NG ReaMeras ara encouraged to share toeir aooonv pNhmerto. special mornants and community sui* totomMofiRdtouU bs isnt tetotum Edtor Mn Grant ■ Mal--707 Unds^ New BraunM 78130. ■ i —aal 026-0144, ext 222 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2003 DAILYPLANNER COMING WEDNESDAY BWurst rivalry Canyon and New Braunfels football teams are set to square off in Wurst Bowl. Sectionl 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 IHM irainaNMaNsaaaHMNiatoaEitotti mbs TODAY'S EVENTS CLUBSNew Braunfels Rotary Club — Evening Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: New Braunfels Smokehouse.Canyon Lake Rotary Club Time: noon Location: VFW Post 8573 in Sattler You should know: Lunch served.New Braunfels Toastmasters Time: 7 to 8:30 p.m. Location: Summit Center. 2405 1-35 S. Information: Call 625-2217.Newcomer's Club Time: Lunch at 1 p.m. You should know: Attendees will see “Proof” at STAGE Theatre in Bulverde. Dean Franke is chairman.    .* Information: Call 627-2106.New Braunfels Parents of Multiples Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: New Braunfels Public Library, 700 E. Common St. You should know: Support group for parents of twins, triplets and more. Information: Call 606-9838, or e-mail Braunfels Book Review Club Time: 9:30 a.m. for refreshments; 10 a.m. book review Location: Comal County Senior Citizens Center You should know: Bonnie Leitch will review 'The Life of Pi,' a novel by a Canadian author. New members and guests welcome. Information: Call 620-7031.U. 8. Daughters of I Bl Z. Joseph Acker Chapter Date: today Time. 9:30 a.m. Location: home of Delitha Guenzel Ybu should know: program is video on 'The Star-Spangled Banner Flag House.'Comal County Meeter Gardeners Time: 7 p.m. Location: St. Paul Lutheran Church Chapel, 181 S. Santa Clara Ave. You should know: "The Importance of Native Grasses' presented by David Will, owner of Landscape Details and coowner of Gottlieb Gardens. The program is free and open to the public. Information: Call 620-3440. REBECCA 8. ROGERS/Herald-Zeitung DONT MISS'WURST MELLERDRAMA' At Circle Arts Theatre, a lonely old sausagemaker named Pegetto creates a puppet made of stuffed sausage casings, Nipocchio, who years to a real boy "In the Wurst Way." The annual Wurstfest “meller-drama” opens with a sing-along and instructions on how the audience can participate in the action — groaning at the silly puns, cheering for the hero and throwing popcorn at the villain. The show plays at 7:30 p.m. each day during Wurstfest, except for Nov. 9. The Nov. 2 show will be a 4 p.m. matinee only. Tickets are $5 per person, and children younger than 6 are admitted free. Advance tickets can be purchased at China-n-Things. For reservations, call 609-3092. ■ WUK OP WUMTi Wurstfest kicks off Friday, and each day, the Hemld-Zeitung will feature stories about this annual celebration of the area's German heritage. COMMUNITYCanyon Lake Chamber of Commerce Mixer Time: 6 to 8 p.m. Location: Papa Docks upstairs banquet room, FM 306 at Canyon Lake Marina You should know: Theme is Hawaiian luau.Women's Program Time: 10 am. to 2 p.m. Location: The Salvation Army Center, 373 B Landa Street You should know: Program includes stitching and crafts, Bible study and a movie. Information: Call 608-9129. GOVERNMENT Comal Independent School District Board of Trustees Time: 7 p.m. Location: Smithson Valley High School, 14001 TEXAS 46 W, Spring Branch. REMINDERS DON'T FORGET Financial eelf-defense for seniors Time: 3 to 5 p.m. Location: Comal County Senior Citizen Center, 655 Landa St You should know: "Protect Your Family by Preplanning Your Funeral," presented by Dennis Featherstone of Zoeller Funeral Home. Sponsored by Texas Cooperative Extension and the senior center. Information: 620-3440.Fell Family Festival Date: Friday Time: 6 to 8 p.m. Location: Holy Ground Christian Church, 330 S. Hackberry Cost: Free Information: Call (830) 624-4659. Flu Shot Clinic Date: Saturday Time: 10 a.m. to I p.m. Location: Holy Family Catholic Church, 266 S. Hidalgo Ave. You should know: Hosted by La Mujer Tejana. Participants must be over 18. Cost: $10, free to Medicare part B recipients Information: Call Mary Camarillo at 609-1055.AARP Drivers Safety Program Date: Saturday Time: 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Location: CRRC. 1917 FM 2673, Sattler You should know: Program does not relieve traffic citations. Participants quailify for auto insurance discount. Course is open to all ages. Cost: $10 Information: Call (830) 964-2324 to register. PLAN AHEADVienna Choir Boys Date: Nov. 5 Time: 7:30 p.m. Location: Brauntex Theatre, 290 W. San Antonio St. You should know: Sponsored by Sophienburg Museum and the Brauntex Performing Arts Theatre. One performance only. Information: Call 627-0808.Noon Book Review Date: Nov. 6 Time: noon Location:'New Braunfels Public Library, 700 E. Common St. Information: Bob Tatum will review 'The Teeth of the Tiger,' by Tom Clancy. All are welcome, refreshments provided.McKenna Memorial 80th Anniversary Black-Tie Gala Date: Nov. 15 Time: 6:30 p.m. Location: McKenna Community Outreach Center (the former H-E-B building), 843 W. San Antonio St. Cost: Tickets are $100 per person or $950 for tables of eight. Information: Call 606-2180. WEATHER 5-DAY OUTLOOK FOR NEW BRAUNFELS AND COMAL COUNTY CLJCK updated forecasts: Type 'city, state’ or zip code.mto space provided and click 'go' button. #41 Roadwork ♦ TEXAS FORECAST Tuesday, Oet. 28 TODAY Mostly sunny Hi: 80 Low: 50 Mostly sunny Hi: 82 Low: 57 Thursday Partly cloudy Hi: 83 ' Low: 59 Friday Mostly cloudy Hi: 80 Low: 60 Saturday Mostly cloudy Hi: 83 Low: 64 forecast for daytime conditions, high/low „axo,.i;     J...................   KAN............................... BY THI NUMBERS I NM rrrm Proves* I r~~ • O OKIA [ii Peso J 7e*/sb* j Wichita Twit*] • [ Dana | aevia* f MO. ARK. Austin 03-/48“ ^    r.-Z:\.... .... I Saw Antonio |e»VS4l IN COMAL COUNTY Hlghs/lows_10/26 Canyon Dam    55/48 New Braunfels Airport    62/49 Rainfall 10/26 Month ® 2003 AoouWaathar, Inc. ’< \ I Brownsville |<B1VWj-« Bulverde Canyon Dam Fischer Store New Braunfels Spring Branch Water Flows n/a 0 34 n/a 0.21 n/a n/a 2.98 n/a 356 n/a 10/27 Change Sunny Pi. Cloudy Cloudy Shower* T storms Rain Plums* Snow leo VU AttocUM Pit** SUN and MOON Sundae today 6:43 a m. Sunset today 5:50 p m MOON PHASES M let qtr. \ Full M Last qtr. W v_yivio ^ 11/18 11/25 COASTAL FORECAST POLLEN COUNTS TNI—  Moderate Moderate    the morning. Highs in the upper 70s. Light and variable .. winds. Becoming south 5 to 10 mph. Night will be most- -----------ly deer with lows in the upper 60a inland and lower 60s wwwawatorg/nsb    coast. Light and variable winds Or—a Edwards Aquifer 683.0    +0.1 Comal River 383    +1 cubic ti/second Canyon Dem 10/27 Change Inflow    237    -15 cubic tt/»scond Outflow    160    0 cubic ft/sscond Lake level 908 87    -0.02 fest above mean sea level NSU Pumping Report 10/27 Surface water    6    467 million gallons Lake level    0.863 million gallons TODAY'S FORECASTS ACROSS TEXAS City, Hi/ Lo/ Pre/ Otlk Amarillo/60/42//PCIdy Auetin/61/47/ 14/PCIdy__ Brownsville/69/51 / 1.63/Rain Dallas-Ft Worth/59/38//PCIdy ll hao/66/34//Clr__ Houaton/60/52/03/Cldy Lubbock/62/36//Clr Midland-Odessa/53/40/01 /Clr San Antonio/59/48/ 24/PCIdy NATIONAL City, Hi/ Lo/ Pre/ Otlk Bismarck/49/37/ 15/Clr Chicago/45/32//PCIdy Cincinnati/53/33/. 14/Cldy Cleveland/51/42/17/Cldy Columbus,Ohio/50/40/.27/Cldy Denver/63/46//Cldy Des Moines/43/38//PCIdy Detroit/55/40/ 10/Rain Duluth/35/28//C!dy Evansville/56/37//PCIdy Fargo/42/24//Rain Grand Rapids/50/31 //Cldy lndianapolis/52/33//Cldy Kansas City/51 /37/.01/PCIdy Milwaukee/44/36//PCIdy Mpls-St Paul/37/34//Cldy Oklahoma City/61 /41 //Cldy 0maha/50/30//Cldy Rapid City/63/40/02/Clr St Louis/48/39//PCIdy Sioux Falls/42/22/.01 /Rain Topeka/54/40//PC!dy Tulsa/58/42//Clr Washington,D C /71 /61 / 72/Ram Wichita/68/40//PCIdy WEATHER EXTREMES High: IOO at Burbank, Calif Low: 15 at Mason City, Iowa ■ Delay: Landa Street will be reduced to one lane today beginning at 9 a rn. at the underpass between Landa Park Drive and East Mill Street ■ Reopens: 1 pm. ■ Detour: Drivers will experience significant delays and should use San Antonio Street and Walnut Avenue or some other route to avoid the area ■ Work: Repairing lights beneath the underpass For information call the New Braunfels Utilities water department at 608-8873 ■ Closure: Live Oak Avenue will be closed between the hours of 8 a m and 3:30 p m this week between Lee and Stonewall Streets. Additional closings will be necessary during working days over the next several weeks. ■ Reopens: 3:30 p rn each day. ■ Detour: Adjacent streets. ■ Work: Replacing water mains and services. For information call the New Braunfels Utilities water department at 608-8873. ■ Closure: Northbound and southbound Interstate 35 will experience alternating lane closures this week between Rueckle Road and PM 725 from 9 p m to 6 a m. ■ Raopane: 6 a m. Thursday. Oct 30. ■ Detour: A minimum of one lane in each direction will be open at all times Loop 337 would provide a detour. ■ Work: Removing barriers and placing tie-ins to existing roadway. ■ Closure: Northbound and southbound Interstate 35 will expert once alternating lane closures between Rueckle Road and FM 725 from 9 p m to 6 a m. beginning Sunday. ■ Reopens: 6 a m. Oct. 30. ■ Detour: A minimum of one lane in each direction will be open at all times. Loop 337 would provide a detour. ■ Work: Removing barriers and placing tie-ins to existing roadway For CoMMUTtRs: San Antonio ■ 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. ■ Reopens When Loop 410 widening project is completed. ■ Work: Loop 410 widening. ■ Closure Loop 410 westbound Vance Jackson exit ramp ■ Reopens: When Loop 410 widening project is completed. ■ Detour: Traffic to Vance Jackson and Cherry Ridge must take Exit 19 ■ Work Loop 410 widening. ;