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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 20, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 8 I Tuesday, September 20, 2011 | herald-zéitung.com  New Braunfels Flve-DayYorecast  Coastal Forecast and Tides     TODAY    WEDNESDAY    THURSDAY    FRIDAY    SATURDAY      Mostly sunny and    A few clouds,    Partly cloudy, an    A very pleasant    Scattered cloud      mild    storms possible    isolated storm    first day of fall    cover          overnigtit    possible              93 /65    92 V 68“    90V 68“    89 V 62°    90 7 60'*     CLICK  è  Almanac  Temperature  Vtesterday's High / Low 94® / 67* Normal High / Low 90 / 68 Record High 101“ in 1956 Record Low    45 in 1981  Precipitation  Yesterday's    0.04*  Month to Date    o 34"  Avg Month to Date    2.13*  Year to Date    7 61’  Avg Year to Date    25 55'  Departure from Avg    17 94*  Tr- . : .'i ar : : i(MlK3fi ’ )• H'm - r.lkp’! tf.i- N    .l.rfiOfl  Levels/Flows  Edwards Aquifer (ft) Comal Springs (cfs)  9/19 645 4 1740  Change + 2.2 + 10  9/19  fi/a  Change n/a +/-0 + 0,05  Canyon Dam  Inflow  OulflOWiGuad’pe R at Saftler) 73 Lake Level    900 9  NBU Pumping Report  Millons    Millons  9/19 of gallons 9/19 of gallons Surface water 6 564 Ground water 3 265  Updated forecasts  www.srh.noaa.gov  Type “city, state” or zip code into space provided and click “go" button.  Sun and Moon  SunriM    Sunut Moonrisa    Moonset  Today 7:20 AM    7;32 PM 12:12 AM    2:30 PM  Wednesday 7:20 AM    7:31PM 1:07 AM    3:18 PM  Thursday 7:21AM 7:29 PM 2:06 AM    4:03 PM  Pollen Counts  Grass    n/a  Last New ^0'*^    Very High 11859  Sep 20 Sep' 27 Tree    n/a  Weeds    Moderate 16  \    Pollen counts courtesy of  Central Texas Allergy and Asthma.  First Oct 4  Full Oct 12  Forecast Map  Port Aransas  Today Tomorrow Thursday  91”/77° 87 V 78" 86“/77” Today's Wind Eat5to15  Today  Galveston  Tomorrow Thursday  Today'« Tides 1st High Itt Low 2nd High 2nd Low  Port Aransas none 2:03 PM none none ^ u  one riono *  88V 74" 89*/76" 88*/73° Today's Wind: ESEat5lo15  Map$ and Forecast Produced by  Galveston  1155 PM 2 31PM  www,daywMtfi«r.com Chey«nr». 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Jacksonville fl    86    74    th    88    /4    th    Tuc.ion A/    9«    n    Pi    97    71    pc      Juneau AK    50    44    r    4,    41    sh    Washingl. i.'i.            ti)    f'll    70    Ih 1      Kansas City    85    54    pc    71    48    pr    Wilrninqton DE    7S    61    sh    77    67    Sti I      Knoxville    80    6:'    th        63    ti.    W- iiita K-,    8:-’        p<;    ’1    49    V- 1      bJ bti?iard c    ^ :..udï fg 'O'.i    hs iieav v -,        hi    ■ Is ''ght .. me mr.i    ;.S.        y mx -        , '!«•          pc    Dartly cii        r ram    Sh '    .ver    -, sn    ' •. SU r ■ , th " i/irif ■ ■    • W A ’            i     Please conserve electricity.  NBU asks you to please curt) your electric use, especially between 2pm to 8pm. Keeping air conditioning units set at 78 degrees and only using apipliances in the evening and momings are a great start. Leam more at nbutexas.com or by calling (830) 608-8925.  NbU  Here is what matters.  Need to place an ari^  Call 830.625 9144 or 877.409.9860 Click  www.herald-zeitung.com   I Fax 830.625 1224 Stop by 707 Landa St  ISSSIÜÍISSB2DISSS33  LK(;\L  NOIKKS  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Notice IS hereby giveri that original Letters Testarnen tary \n< the Estate of TERRY WAYNE KINSTLEY, Deceased, were issued on September 7, 2011, in Cause No 2011 RCA 0289, pending iri the Courity Court at Law ot Cornal County, Tx , to: DAWN KINSTLEY All persons having claims against this Estate which is (urrently being administered are required to present them to thp undersigned within the time and m the manner pre",' fibed by law. dr>    h  E Magouiri' nev ai ■'  177    V-.  30(^.'. ' ie/v B'- ' 'e  ay  LOS ! & K)IM)  FOUND TERRIER  on Ferry Boat Lane 830-625-3029  FOUND Trac phone in Comal river 830-832-7393  LOST carved cane Rabbit head top @ HEB 830-221-4799  Found Rat Terrier, Cross St 830-626-3412  DATED-e ' ' of ber-*e'''  X.J A E Ano'  ' ey ^or DA //N KINS'^LEY, State Ba No 1282''.V00 177 W Mill St , Ste 300, New Braunfels TX 781^0 Telephone (830) 629 7070 Facsimile. (830) 629 7071  n«eLOsrr&  FOUND ad CaU 625-9144  ihh;s, cats Ok  M1S(!. PKi S  There is something special for everyone Looking for a loving, loyal i.ornpanion'? For a small fee that covers shots, bfjay/neuter and mi ■ 'Ochipping you can -idopt a furry little '• end and playmate ' ’o a forever home, f^ieasfc contact us. New Braunfels Humiane Society 830-629-5287 WWW hsnba.com  IMM.S. CATS MIS( . I*K I S  ADOPT A PET! Guadai'jpe County Humane Society 2484 H//y 46 N Tues Sat 10 am 2 pm  830 372-2055  See our dogs & cats at  WWW ilcMvRiiJiQ.cQm FREE KITTENS  To good home.  3 Females / 2 Males 830-629-4900  ilKAl.THCARK P/T-F/T LVN  for busy Pediatric office, some evenings & Saturdays, exp. required, computer experience preferred  Cat! 830-625-9153  or fax resume to New Braunfels Pediatric Asspciates,  830-625-5721 Jj^KAI iflCAKT  “hygienist  Needed for growing dental practice must be a team player. 830-379-6545  iiiris  ADDITIONAL  income setting up leasing contracts for ICE machines 830-305 6138  ^1^11 I ^ ^  TRADES  MAINTENANCE  MAN  for RV/Mobile Home Park, knowledge of RV repair a plus, own tools/truck, F/T available immediately, 12-S16 f an hr Call Mon-Fn. 8:30a-5p 830-606 5028  CANYON LAKE  Local construction company needs experience Bobcat/ Rocksaw Operator. 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