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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 7, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A— Herald-Zeitung — Saturday, July 7, 2001 1Today Contact Managing Editoi Margaret Edmonson at 625-9144 ext. 220. Water River flow Edwards Aquifer 667.1 feet Comal River n/a Canyon Dam inflow 163 cfs Calyon Dam outflow 189 cfs Canyon Dam lake level 909.60 ft above mean sea level Pollen Counts Molds.........................high Pollen.........................high Sun/Moon NBU Pumping Report Surface water 6.668 million gallons Well water 1.923 million gallons (Provided courtesy of Dr. Frank Hampel) Sunrise/sunset Sunrise...............6:38    a.m. Sunset................8:37    p.m. Weather Moon Full moon..............Aug.    4 Last quarter.........July 13 New moon...........July 20 First quarter.........July 27 Partly cloudy Highs upper 90s Rain: None S wind, 15 mph TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows mid 70s Rain: None S wind, 10 mph Texas weather Saturday, July 7 AccuWeather* forecast for daytime conditions, high/low temperatures Wichita Falls 101”/767 o I# ' Midland 102V71”1\Ji . Dallas1100-777” I Austin i#6*71 * ]    ■ I ft -we - „ ll IX,, .    Houston    9*”74”    j    ‘ I San Antonio 90773”    ’    * V O € ■ et Brownsville 94*74” A} C 2001 AccuWeather. Inc. 0 4m    ..    .......... Sunny Pl Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms    Ram Flumes Snow Ice Extended Forecast: Sunday, partly cloudy. Highs 95 to 98. Sunday night, partly cloudy. Lows in the mid 70s. Monday, partly cloudy. Highs 96 to 100. Tuesday through Friday, partly cloudy. Lows in the 70s and highs in the upper 90s to around 100. Elsewhere By The Associated Press Temperatures indicate Friday’s high and overnight low. Hi Lo Pre Otlk Albany,N.Y. 70 51 cdy Austin 95 74 cdy Boise 95 65 cdy Boston 72 64 clr Casper 97 60 m Chicago 81 50 rn Dallas-Ft Worth 97 76 clr Denver 96 67 .13 cdy El Paso 92 70 .01 cdy Flagstaff 78 55 .25 rn Greensboro,N.C. 83 67 cdy Honolulu 88 77 clr Houston 94 75 cdy Juneau 53 49 .53 rn Louisville 84 59 cdy Oklahoma City 99 70 clr San Juan,P.R. 89 77 cdy Seattle 69 51 cdy National Temperature Extremes for Friday High 111 at Mccook, Neb. Low 34 at Pellston, Mich. Texas Lotto SATURDAY I WEDNESDAY $6 million $9 million 23-26*39-31-04-41 11-18-21-22-24-42 Contact Us HERALD-ZEITUNG 707 Landa St., New Braunfels, TX 78130 (830) 625-9144, fax (830) 625-1224 Doug Toney, Editor and Publisher Ext. 201, [email protected] Margaret Edmonson, Managing Editor Ext. 220, [email protected] Heather Grant, Business Manager Ext. 202, [email protected] Angela Benson, Advertising Director Ext. 208, [email protected] Kathy Lehmann, Circulation Director Ext. 228, [email protected] Henry Coello, Composing Manager Ext. 219, [email protected] Arnold Wiggins, Production Manager (830) 625-5232, [email protected] For classified advertising, call 625-9144 ext. 215. For display advertising, call 625-9144 ext. 208. For obituaries, wedding, engagement and anniversary announcements, call 625-9144 ext. 213. For missed or late newspapers, call 625-9144 ext. 229.News Around The World Jenna Bush loses license for 30 days AUSTIN (AP) — President Bush’s 19-year-old daughter Jenna was fined $600 Friday and her driver’s license was suspended for 30 days on charges of underage drinking and trying to use someone else’s ID to buy liquor. The University of Texas student did not attend the back-to back hearings held to settle two separate incidents. Defense attorney Bill Allison entered a no-contest plea to a charge that Bush tried to use someone else’s identification to buy alcohol at a popular Mexican restaurant May 29. U.S. hands over Okinawa rape suspect WASHINGTON (AP) — The Bush administration has agreed to Japan’s demands that it turn over an Air Force sergeant suspected of raping a Japanese woman in Okinawa, U.S. officials said Thursday. The U.S. agreement to turn over the suspect, identified by Japanese authorities as Air Force Sgt. Timothy Woodland, had been delayed several days as U.S. officials sought assur ances that he would have legal representation and an interpreter while in custody. The suspect, stationed at Kadena Air Base, is accused of raping a 20-year-old Okinawan woman June 29 in a parking lot outside a row of trendy bars in Chatan town. He has denied the allegations. Revelers kick off annual bull bash PAMPLONA, Spain (AP) — At the stroke of noon Friday, in a storm of champagne spray, ketchup bombs and joyful noise, crazed crowds opened yet another San Fermin, the ancient bull bash that Hemingway made famous. The traditional “chupinazo” — “rocket blast” in Spanish — signaled the start of 280 hours of nonstop partying, punctuated early each morning by a madcap dash through medieval streets along with six large bulls. Tens of thousands came for the festive first day. Organizers expect more than a minion to show up before the traditional end, a mournful song called, “Pobre de Mi” —    « “Poor Me.*"CAREER/From 1A Andy Anderson and Shorty Dees oversaw the jail and its average of 25 prisoners then. Schroeder worked as a secretary and went through several clerical positions before moving into the jail. She went there, she said, for the money. It paid $400 a month more than her previous position. She explored taking a position with the FBI, but that would have involved a commute to San Antonio and a raise of only $50 a month. She stayed with then-sheriff Walter Fellers, whom she was always a little in awe of, she said. “I respected him so much. I loved his stories. His old friends would come into the office, and they’d talk about the times they’d had,” she said. Schroeder, who was certified as a jailer in 1979, became a corporal in 1988. Later, when a new sheriff came to the county, she was promoted to sergeant. In her work, she serves by dealing with a narrow band of the public — those society chooses to incarcerate. “They’re just like you and me. They’re mad when they first get here, and some of them can take it out on us. I’m here to keep them safely and securely. I make sure they’re fed when they’re supposed to be and go to court when they’re supposed to go. I don’t take the things they sometimes say personally. I can go home at night. They can’t,” she said. Recognition, like the plaque she got from County Judge Danny Scheel this week, means a lot to Schroeder. But what means more, she said, is knowing she’s had a positive impact on the lives of some of the men and women she’s guarded. Once in awhile, she gets good news, like from the man who told her husband, Guadalupe County deputy Billy Schroeder, about his experience in the Comal County Jail. “He said, You know, your wife steered me in the right direction. She showed me there was something better.’ I felt great. It made me feel good that I wa§ doing something for someone,” she said. Jail Chief David Ott knevy Schroeder since before the days she went to the Chandelier —-he went to school with her. “I graduated from Canyon High School with Twyla,” Ott said. “I went all through high school with her. We’ve known each other for a long, long time! “When I was a reserve deputy, she was here. She’s a world of knowledge about the jail and she’s very dependable. You can always count on her.” Pat Green and friends tear it up at River Road Icehouse, today beginning at 4 p.m. Photo submitted Under Construction & Weekend Street Closures • Barricades will be up in the East Lincoln Street neighborhood northeast of the shuttle pick-up area at the last public exit. • No through traffic will be allowed in the East Lincoln Street neighborhood. • Barricades will be up at: — East Lincoln Street at Union Street. — Cross River Street at Union Street. — Washington Street at Mather Street. • Parking in these areas will be by permit only, and traffic will be limited to residents and guests of residents only during weekends. • No barricades will be up at West Lincoln and Union Street. shuttles and officially designated pickup areas. • The city has a small area designated for picking up tubers in private vehicles. • Interstate 35 southbound frontage road from Schmidt/San Antonio Street to Ruekle Road/Loop 337 — The southbound exit ramp to Loop 337 and the entrance ramp from Schmidt Street will be closed from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. as southbound frontage road traffic is detoured onto the newly constructed outside section of the frontage road. • Exit 187 from Interstate 35 to Farm-to-Market Road 725 — The exit is closed permanently. Detour signs will be placed along Business 35 directing traffic to FM 725. A large detour sign also will be placed south of FM 306 notifying I-35 traffic that the ramp has been closed and which ramps to use instead of Exit 187. Also, a large flashing sign will be placed just south of Texas 46 telling I-35 traffic to use Exit 188 to get to downtown New Braunfels. The flashing sign will remain in place through the July 4 weekend. The ramp closure will expedite the construction of FM 725 near I-35. • Northbound entrance ramp to Interstate 35 from FM 725 — The northbound frontage road from Chevron north to FM 725 also will be moved over to the newly constructed frontage road. This traffic switch will require the closure of the northbound entrance ramp to Interstate 35 from FM 725. The northbound frontage road traffic will still be allowed to enter the ramp by taking the left turn off the frontage road. The northbound frontage road bridge over the Guadalupe River is scheduled to open in about one month, and FM 725 traffic will be able to use it to access northbound Interstate 35. • FM 725 Underpass — Expected to be reopened to full width in July. • Interstate 35 northbound and southbound frontage roads — work continuing from Ruekle Road to Executive Drive. West frontage road — temporarily closed while rebuilding work continues. Four Mile Creek at west frontage road — bridge completed but still closed while rebuilding continues; will reopen with rest of the west frontage road now under construction. • North side turnaround — This turnaround will remain open throughout construction but will require various detours. L i Heads Up ► Archaeology Camp Archaeology Camp 2001 will be hosted this summer by the UT San Antonio Center for Archaeological Research. Spaces remain in Camp 3, July 9-13, for students entering grades 3-6 and Camp 4, July 23-27, for students entering grades 10-11.Cost is $175, which includes snacks and supplies. Call (210) 458-4462. ► Bible Stoty Hour This month’s presentation of the Bible Story Hour will take place at 10:30 a.m. today at the New Braunfels Public Library. All kindergarten through second grade children are invited. Activities include non-denomina-tional storytelling, plus correlated biblical art and music activities. For information call 629-3586. ► County music Comal Country Music Show will take place from 7:30 to IO p.m. Wednesday, at the New Braunfels Civic Center, 380 S. Seguin. Feature artists are Chris Ryback, Allison ; Krauson and Ken Brothers. The house band includes Chuck Woods, Johnnie Pfeil, Ken Moehrig and Lynn Poe. The cover charge is $4 and the doors open at 6 p.m. For information call 629-    » 4547 or 625-5563. Community Events ► Birthdays/Anniversaries Happy Birthday to Barbara Pizel, Jerome Voss, Pat Babb, Julie Van Delden (18 years) and Jennifer Van Delden (18 years). To have a birthday or anniversary listed here, call 625-9144. ► live Music GRUENE HALL 1281 Gruene Road, 606-1281 - Rotel & the Hot Tomatoes, 9 p.m., $12 cover charge; Beth Williams, 1 p.m., no cover charge SAENGERHALLE, 255 Saengerhalle Road, 625-HALL(4255) - Chris Wall, 9 p.m., $7 cover charge BAVARIAN VILLAGE, 212 W. Austin, 625-0815 - Bohemian Dutchmen, 7:30 p.m., $4 cover charge EAGLES HALL, 257 E. South St., 625-7243 - Texas Teardrop, 8 p.m., $6 cover charge ► Clubs Seguin-Lifegate Christian School’s annual Garage Sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. today at the LOS Campus in Seguin. LOS is three miles southeast of Seguin on Farm Road 466. Call (830) 372-0850. The New Braunfels Lodge No. 1109, A.F and A.M., meets at 7:30 p.m. today for installation of officers for the Masonic year 2001 to 2002 at the New Braunfels Masonic Lodge. The Lodge Building is at 115 W. San Antonio St. Call 609-3148, Canyon High School Class of 1981 reunion is set for today ; at Cypress Bend Park. A family gathering will be from 11 a.m. to : 2 p.m. at Cypress Bend Park; the; evening dinner and dance from 6: p.m. to midnight and dinner will • be at American Legion Hall. Call • Roxann (Klar) Wendell at 609-    : 9566. The American Red Cross sponsors Community First Aid and Safety lessons from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. today. Cost is $45. For information, call the local chapter at 608-9876. ;