New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 31, 2011, Page 13

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 31, 2011

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 31, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas 12 1 Wednesday, August 31, 2011 | herald-zeitung.com City offices closed Monday for holiday City offices will be c losed in observation of Labor Day, on Monciay. Solid Waste and Recy-c ling will be collected as normally schi'duled; City Recyc le ( enter will be closed. NBHS Class of 1966 planning reunion New Braunfels High ........ Sc hool Class of 1966 will celebrate its 4Sfh class reunion in ()c tob('r. ()n Oct. 21, there* will b(' an intorniai gatht'ring at n«is Anw(*-sen Bed Si Breakfast, Ui() Millie's Staff reports I ane, N(>w Braunfels. The formal reunion (ere-nionies will be ()c t. 22 at Shad\ A( res K('sort near 1 ak(* [')unlap. ( ont.u t Vi( ki Hamel at (HU)) (i(m-086S or Sandy Smith at i8U)t i.2S-1702. TMHRA appoints O’Connell as trustee Tlie ( ity ot New Braun-t('ls has cinnouni ed the el(H tion of lulie O'Connell, dir(>( tor of Human KesoLirc es and Civil S('r-vi(e tor the t itv, to the hoard ot direc tors of the' ii'xa«^ Municipal Human Ki'sourc (‘s Asso< lation. Attili.itc'd witli th(> Texas \Uini( ipal league, the av.s()c lation promotes • ••••••••• •    Match Point • •    Linen For * •    Texas Fall... • •    We have it! • research, discussion and analysis i)f human ressources issues and civil service systems, state and national laws, court dec i-sions, administrative regulations promulgated by state and fe'deral agencies, and also promotes changes in human resources management issues or laws whic h Ix'ne-fit the profc'ssion, Texas municipalitic*s and munie i-pal employ(H?s. "julie's fic'dication to )ublic sc'rvice and hc'r )re*adth of knowle'dge and exfKTienc e in Human Ki'sourc e administration is a tremendous asse't to the' ( ity," said Mic hael Morn son, city managf'r." AUSTIN Texas Exes Hispanic Alumni ready fiesta rhe annual Texas Exe's Hispanii Alumni Fiesta at the University of Texas at Austin will be Sept. 9, th(> night betöre the longhorns' home footbal game against Brigham Young University. The Fiesta, org.ini/ed by th(’Texas Fxes Hispanic Alumni Steering C om mittee, ree onne'c ts His panic alumni to (‘ach oth- er and to the university. The event is also a ma or fundraiser for sc holarsnip funds for Hispanic students attending UT. The event starts at 6:30 p m. with a silent auction and will continue with a program al 7 p.m., including a live auction and performanc e by the longhorn Band and other SfK'c iai guests. It will b(' in the ('on-nally Bancjuet Hall of the I tf(>r-Harbin Alumni Center on campus, for infor mation, visit www.Texas-l;x(>s.org/ric‘sta. School-based health center ups hours rhe Sch<K)l-Bas('d H('alth ( enter (SB! IC), a (oll.iboration between ( omal ISHand( HKISTUS S.mta Rosa ('hildre>n's Hospital is c'xpanding its hours at Morningside f lennentary and Starf/ville Hementar^' this ye'ar. Ihe pc'diatric mobile unit will b(' at Morningside I l(‘mentan> ('ver\' Monday from 8; iO a m. to 2: Î0 ),m., c lost'd tor lunc h )etween 1 1 ; M) <i.m. and 12; iO [).m. rhe phone number tor that e linic is 8U).8i7.7199.Theunit will be at Startzvilk' f le- mentary Schcx)! every Wt‘dne^ay from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., closed during lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The phone number for the Startzville unit is 830.885.8099. Credit by Exam offered in October 0(»dit by Exam for Ace eleration and Credit by Exam with Prior Instruction is offered to Comal ISO students two times per year. The testing datc*s for October are: Oe t. 1 at ( anyon I ake High School; Oct. 8 at Canyon High Sche)ol, and Oc t. 15 at Smithson Valley High School. Exams begin at 7:45 a.m. at eac h school. Students may take up to two seme'ster exams at each tc’st scission. For information, contact Courtney Witherell by email at [email protected] or phone (830) 221-2031. The a()f)lication for the exam is postc'd at www.comalisd.org/Stu-d(‘nts/Cre*dit_By_Exam. asp CISD radistrieting meeting Sept. 6 The Comal ISD Redis-tricting Advisory Committee (RAC) will meet for the first time at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 6 at the Support Services Building, 1404 1-35 North, New Braunfels. The public is invited. CISD is rec^uired by law to redistrict the boundaries of its single-me^mtx'r trustee' ciistricts after the release of the 2010 Census data. The rfYlistricting committt‘C‘ comprises Comal ISD residents appointed by individual sch(K)l board memlx'rs. Once apf)roved by the school board, the rc‘dis-tricting plan will go to the U.S. Department of justice fe>r final approval. Students in Leadership Academy A fourth-grader from Clear Spring Elementary School and a sixth-grader from Church Etill Middle School participate'd in the 2011 Lone Star Leader ship Academy over the summer. Haley Rubey and Kiley Thueson were selected for the Academy based on demonstrated academic success and leadership ability, an educator recommendation and involvement in activities. SEQUM SAT, ACT testing prep, dates set Texas Lutheran University (TLU) is offering SAT prep classes beginning Sept. 13, on Tuesdays and Thursdays fre)m 6-8 p.m. A total of 30 seats are offered. Cost is $140. Eor information, pic'ase contact TLU. For online practice, students can visit www.num-ber2.com. For information about SAT/ACT testing, contact your high sc hool career and (ounseling center. The district co lege fair is scheduled for 6-8 p.m. Sept. 28 at Smithson Valley High School. • •    322 \V. Siui Antonio St.* •    (H.30) 625-9639 • •    ••••••••• Are You Still Paying Property Taxes? 1.    Are you or your spouse 65 >ears old or older?.. □ 2.    Do >ou own and occupy ><>ur homestead?....... n 3.    Are \ou still paying proper(> taxes?................. □ 4.    ,\re vour total property taxes    or more eacti year?.................................................. □ 5.    Would you like to leave a major ^ilt to >our family, school, church or charitx?...................... □ If you answered “YES” to these questions. You probably do qualify for Texas Property Tax Code 33.06!! Please call 830-214-2318 to reserve \oiir seat at Myron's Steakhouse for a FREE dinner bnellng _ in on Texas Property Tax Code 33 06 now" A FIRST FIDELITY ^ ¡2 TAX AN! )1NSI RANC H imr.M lit insmiKc PtihIucC! offer K .taxnas Liic ksioKC (oip Wq lit iibiirana I .■ i(oHiai Lili ,a 1 ikA. Call 830-214-2318 Today! WANTED 10 HOMES WITH A SLIPPERY OLD BATHTUB TO TRAIN TUB TO SHOWER PEOPLE OUR WAY! UNDER SUPERVISION FULLY GUARANTEED NOW YOU CAN HAVE THE SECURITY OF A BEAUTIFUL WALK IN SHOWER AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE-CALL SAFE SHOWERS (210)655-mi OUR NAME SAYS IT ALL CALL BEFORE YOU FALL. if tfûu suffer from ^aif ^ A (itrßits tfou mmi be eii<iibie to patkipate in a study of an imMi/fational ffroduct. Quofified participants Ili ff be compensated up to ( 170.00 for time and travet. New Braunfels Five-Day Forecast TODAY Hot but not as hot 10Û /75 THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Scattered storms becoming possible 100^/75° Mostly sunny, some afternoon thunder 99^/74° Cooling off even more, isolated showers 97 /74° SUNDAY Continued cttances for storm activity 96 /74° CLICK ë Coastal Forecast and Tides Port Aransas    Galveston Today Tomorrow Friday    Today Tomorrow Friday Updated forecasts; WWW, srh.noaa.gov Type “city, state" or zip code into space provided and click “go" button. 90“/82" 92“/80' 95“/81“    93V 82“ 92°/81° 91*/81' Today’s Wind ESEatl0to20    Today's Wind: ESEat5to 15 T j . T-j . > II' I.    ^ j n j • Maps and Forecast Produced by Today slides 1st High 1 st Low 2nd High 2nd Low ^    ' Pori Aransas 4:43 AM 10.30 AM 4 57 PM 11:08 PM ^ Galveston 4 57 AM 10 57 AM 5 10 PM 11 24 PM www.dayweather.com Cheyenne, Wyoming AlmanacNatiônârOutlook Temperature Levels/Flows 8/30 Yesterday's High ‘ Low 100° / 71° Edwards Aquifer (ft) 641 1 Normal High, Low 93 ;7r Comal Springs (cfs) 165,0 Record High 105° in 1952 Record Low Precipitation 58° in 1986 Canyon Dam Inflow 8/30 n/a Yesterday’s 0 00" OutflOWiGuad pe B a! Sattler) 67 Month to Date cor Lalte Level 901,8 Avg Month to Date Year to Date 2,13“ 725“ NBU Pumping Report Avg. Year to Date 2332' Millons Departure from Avg -16 07" 8/30 of gallons 8/30 Change -1.0 +1-0 Change n/a w-0 +/■ 0,00 Today Thursday Friday Sun Sunrise 7:09 AM 7:10 AM 7:10 AM TiMn(*f>f.iture and pre<. tpidîJOfi of 3pm yester'tdy TaKen fron-' N**w Braunfels airport Surface water 7,129 Millons of gallons Groundwater 10 681 V. - First Full Sep, 4 Sep 12 • Last New Sep 20 Sep 27 and Moon Sunset Moonrise Moonset 7:56 PM 9:57 AM 9:32 PM 7:55 PM 11:05 AM 10:15 PM 7:54 PM 12:12 PM 11:03 PM Pollen Counts Grass    n/a Mold Moderate 1806 Tree    n/a Weeds    n/a Pollen counts courtesy ot Central Texas Allergy and Asthma. 9Ü 100 110 Forecast Map Today Tomorrow Today Tomorrow City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Albany 82 59 PC 80 55 Sh Las Vegas 103 80 su 100 82 su Albuquerque 97 67 th 95 67 th Little Roci( % 73 pc 97 73 pc Anehorage 50 43 r 51 43 Sh Los Angeles 82 64 su 82 64 su Atlanta 92 69 pc 91 69 pc Louisville 91 70 th 95 74 pc Atlantic City 83 64 pc 81 67 pc Madi-'ion 85 69 pc 90 61 pc Baltimore 84 63 pc 84 64 pc Memptiis 96 74 pc 96 74 pc Baton Rouge 96 75 pc 94 76 th Miami Beach, FL 88 80 th 88 79 th Billings 85 53 th 73 48 th Milwaul^oe 77 69 sh 86 75 pc Birmingham 95 69 pc 96 70 su Minneapolis MN 81 75 pc 93 73 pc Bismarcl< 90 63 pc 77 53 th Mobile, AL 93 76 th 92 77 th Boise 77 44 pc 72 46 su Montgomery, AL 95 71 pc 95 71 su Boston 83 61 su 75 57 pc Nashville, TN 93 71 pc 95 72 pc Buffalo 90 57 th 71 49 th 1^ Oleans, LA 93 80 th 90 78 th Carson City, NV 86 43 su 81 45 su New York, NY 84 68 pc 80 64 sh Charleston, SC 87 73 pc 87 72 pc Norf(*,VA 83 63 pc 83 66 pc Charleston, WV 86 66 th 90 67 sh North Platte, NE 94 66 pc 97 61 th Charlotte 89 63 pc 90 66 pc Omaha, NE 88 70 su 95 74 pc Chattanooga 92 70 pc 93 71 th Orlando, FL 93 76 th 91 75 th Cheyenne 88 60 th 86 49 th Philadelphia 86 65 PC 84 64 PC Chicago 64 72 sh 93 77 pc Phoenix. A2 111 87 pc 109 85 pc Cincinnati 85 67 th 91 71 pc Pittslxjrgh 83 62 th 83 65 th Cleveland 81 64 th 85 68 th Portland, ME 77 56 su 71 59 su Colorado Spgs. 91 61 th 91 60 th Portland, OR 70 51 me 75 52 pc Columbus, OH 82 65 th 87 70 th Providence, RI 83 59 su 76 57 pc Dayton. OH 83 66 th 88 70 pc Rapid City, SO 95 69 th 81 53 th Denver 93 67 pc 91 65 pc Reno, NV 86 50 pc 81 51 su Des Moines 88 72 pc 94 75 pc Richmond, VA 85 58 pc 85 64 th Detroit 79 66 pc 84 70 pc Sacramento 87 58 su 93 59 su Dulutti 73 60 th 76 65 th St. Louis. MO 97 75 th 99 74 PC Eugene 69 49 pc 76 50 pc Salt Lake City, UT 93 65 pc 82 57 pc Fairt>anks 66 39 sh 56 34 sh San Diego, CA 74 64 su 74 65 su Fargo 86 73 pc 89 58 th San Francisco, CA 65 55 pc 71 57 su Flagstaff 81 49 th 82 50 th Santa Fe, NM 87 60 th 85 60 th Fort Smith 102 75 pc 102 74 pc Seattle, WA 67 54 sh 69 55 pc Grand Rapids 83 65 me 89 71 pc Shreveport, LA 101 76 pc 100 76 pc Greensboro 86 62 pc 89 65 pc Sioux Falls, SD 87 69 pc 92 63 pc Helena 68 47 th 64 45 th Spring 96 73 pc 97 73 pc Honolulu 84 73 sh 85 72 sh Spokane, WA 74 48 th 76 47 pc Indianapolis 84 69 th 93 75 th Tampa, FL »2 75 th 92 75 th Jacl<son, Miss 98 72 su 95 73 pc Topeka 99 74 pc 101 77 pc Jadtsonvilte. FL 91 77 th 89 75 th Tucson, AZ 106 77 th 104 76 th Juneau, AK 53 42 sh 53 41 sh Washington, DC 85 63 pc 85 66 pc Kansas City 96 75 pc 97 76 pc Wilmington, DE 84 62 pc 83 64 pc Knoxville 89 68 pc 90 68 Wichita, KS 105 77 pc 105 76 pc bz-btizzard, c-cloudy, fg-fog h»-heavy snow, hi-haze, Is lighI snow, mc-moslly ctoudy, mx-wlntery mix, pc-partiy cloudy, r-rain.shshowers, tn-srrow, «u-sunny, Ih-thunderstorm. w-windPlease conserve electricity. NBU asks you to please curb your electric use, especially between 2pm to 8pm. Keeping air conditioning units set at 78 degrees and only using ^pliances in the evenings and momings are a great start. Learn more at nbutexas.com or by calling (830) 608-8925. NBU Here is what matters. ;

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