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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 6, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A — Herald-ZrituNG — Saturday, October 6, 2001Today Contact News Editor Brian Grant at 625-9144 ext. 221. River flow Edwards Aquifer n/a Comal River n/a Canyon Dam inflow 204 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 313 cfs Canyon Dam lake level 909.41 ft. above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water 7.143 million gallons Well water 0.824 million gallonsPollen Counts- Molds..................moderate    grass...................moderate Ragweed.....................high    (Provided courtesy of Dr. Pigweed......................low    Frank Hampel)Sun/Moon Sunrise/sunset Sunrise...............7:29    a.m. Sunset................7:12    p.m.Weather Moon Full moon.............Oct. 31 Last quarter Oct. 9 New moon..........Oct. 16 First quarter..........Oct. 23 TODAY Partly cloudy Highs lower 60s Rain: 20 percent NE wind, 15 mph TONIGHT Mostly cloudy Lows upper 40s Rain: none SE wind, light Texas weather Saturday, Oct. 6 Aw uWoalhor* loiocast tor daytime conditions, high/low temperatures POU) . ..... KAN vjv----------—■, Amarillo; 00"/48* Wichita Fall* 68-744* Midland 60 VS I* El Paao 175V52* Dallas 66V40* I r Auatln 67V49* ' Mr San Antonio . Houaton 88752“ Brownavllla 74*766*    • IMM* roc 0 ««* «•* Runny Pf Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tstotms Rain flumes Snow Ice i'ta 4b* a u»(mi /-Vmw Extended forecast: Sunday, partly cloudy, 20 percent chance of rain. Highs near 70. Lows mid 50s. Monday through Wednesday, mostly cloudy with a slight chance of rain. Highs upper 70s. Lows lower 60s. Thursday, partly cloudy with a slight chance of rain. Highs low 80s. Lows low 60s. Friday, mostly clear. Highs upper 70s. Lows lower 60s. Elsewhere By The Associated Press Temperatures indicate Friday’s high and overnight low to 8 p.m. Eastern Time. Hi Lo Pre Otlk • Anchorage 49 44 .15 cdy Brownsville 92 71 .11 rn Chicago 51 47 .80 clr Honolulu 88 78 .05 clr I Memphis 84 63 .78 clr I Phoenix 93 74 cdy • Seattle 71 52 cdy National Temperature Extremes for Friday High 103 at Death Valley, Calif. Low 2 at Wisdom, Mont. Texas Lotto SATURDAY WEDNESDAY $35 million $40 million 52-44-33-13-46-37 09-12-32-36-38-46Contact UsHERALD-ZEITUNG 707 Lands 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, margaret [email protected] Heather Grant, Business Manager Ext. 202, [email protected] Angela Benson, Advertising Director Ext. 208, [email protected] Jeremy H. Westerlies, 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. To subscribe or for missed or late newspapers, call 625-9144 ext. 229.News Around The WorldWorkers gather crash evidence SOCHI, Russia (AP) — Salvage workers scrambled Friday to collect wreckage from the Black Sea, gathering evidence that might tell whether a terrorist attack or an errant Ukrainian missile brought down a Russian plane full of Israelis. Grief-stricken relatives gathered in this southern resort to identify bodies of their loved ones. Seventy-eight people — most of them Russian immigrants in Israel returning to Russia for the Jewish Sukkot, holiday — were killed when the Sibir Airlines flight from Tel Aviv to Novosibirsk exploded over the Black Sea on Thursday. U.S. intelligence officials believe the plane was accidentally hit by a Ukrainian S-200, or SA-5, missile — a large sur face-to-air missile built to shoot down heavy bombers flying at high altitudes. The United States tracked the missile during a Ukrainian military exercise with satellites that sense the heat of its launch, and officials said the time of the launch coincided with the disaster. Ukrainian officials heatedly denied the allegation, but Ukrainian Prime Minister Anatoliy Kinakh appeared to soften Kiev’s stance on Friday with the comment that the U.S. version “has a right to exist.”Troops seize Palestine towns HEBRON, West Bank (AP) — Mideast truce efforts crumbled Friday as Israeli troops backed by dozens of armored vehicles seized two Palestinian neighborhoods in this West Bank city in retaliation for deadly attacks on Israelis. Five Palestinians — two gunmen and three civilians - -were killed by Israeli fire in the pre-dawn incursion. More than 10,000 angry mourners poured into the streets for the funeral procession, led by dozens of men firing in the air. Elsewhere in the West Bank, an Israeli motorist was killed in a Palestinian shooting ambush. One of Yasser Arafat’s top lieutenants on Friday openly defied the Palestinian leader, who had ordered his forces to try to prevent attacks on Israelis as part of the truce deal. Marwan Barghouti, a leader of Arafat’s Fatah movement in the West Bank, said the Palestinian uprising would continue. “This uprising didn’t begin with a decision and will not end with a decision from anyone,” Barghouti said.Timetables set for wireless 911 WASHINGTON (AP) — The government gave some of the nation’s mobile phone carriers more time to develop technology that allows emergency personnel to quickly locate callers who dial 911 from wireless phones. The Federal Communications Commission approved plans from five companies trying to comply with a 1996 rule requiring that they have the system by the end of 2005, the agency said Friday. The five carriers — Nextel, Sprint, Verizon, AT&T Wireless and Cingular — had sought revised schedules, with some citing problems getting equipment from manufacturers. These companies serve more than three-quarters of the country’s cell phone subscribers. “Rebecca,” Daphne du Maurier’s popular tale of mystery, murder and romance is playing to large and enthusiastic audiences at the Greenhouse Theatre in Woodcreek in Wimberly. “Rebecca’s” last performance will be at 8 p.m. today. For information, call (512) 847-8601. Photo submitted Under Construction • Northbound entrance ramp from Walnut Avenue — will be closed from 8:30 a m. to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 24 while workers place asphalt across the ramp. Motorists should use the next entrance ramp. • Interstate 35 northbound and southbound frontage roads — work continuing from Ruekle Road to Executive Drive. • Center median from Ruekle Road to Four Mile Creek — work is continuing on median rail. When work on west frontage road is complete, southbound traffic will be switched to the middle. • Farm-to-Market Road 725 — will be closed Oct. 24 while beams are set for the FM 725 Overpass Bridge. Westbound motorists should use Highway 46, and eastbound motorists should detour to Walnut Avenue via the northbound and southbound frontage roads. • Interstate 35 northbound entrance ramp across from Farm-to-Market-Road 1044 — the FM 1044/Schmidt Street/Business 35 entrance ramp will be closed permanently, while a new ramp is constructed further north. Workers will begin building a retaining wall across the ramp. Motorists should use the next available ramp. Heads Up— ►Life chain Life Chain, a peaceful and prayerful public witness of pro-life Americans standing for one hour praying for an end to abortion, takes place from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Main Plaza For information, call Patty Vogt at 629-5627. ►Trashiest The Texas Gulf Coast of Diving Clubs is sponsoring its 26th annual Trashfest to clean up the Comal River. Divers from three states will descend on New Braunfels to the river today. Registration will begin at 8 a.m. today at Prince Solms Park. For information, call (281) 589-8123. ►Republicans meet The New Braunfels Republican Women annual sausage cheese ball (for Wurstfest) rolling event takes place from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. today at Naegelin’s Bakery. For information, call 625-9309. ►Garage Sale The New Braunfels High School Unicorn Handlers will have a garage sale from 8 to ll a.m. today at 1127 Mahan Circle. For information, call Patsy Vann at 625-1422. Community Events► Birthdays/anniversaries Happy Birthday to Joe (Fat Boy) Garcia, Jessica Michelle Leland (3 years) and Rosario Gonzales. To have a birthday or anniversary listed here, call 625-9144.^SchoolsNEW BRAUNFELS ISD • Examination for Acceleration • ROTO at Round Rock field meet • New Braunfels High School band at Bands of America marching contest, Alamodome, all day • NBHS and NBMS Cross Country Team at McNeil Invitational, Old Settlers Park in Round RockCOMAL ISD • German Heritage Day • SVHS Band at Bands of America Marching Contest at Alamodome • SVHS JV/V Cross Country— SWTSU •8 a.m. SVHS NJROTC Hill Country Challenge► Live Music GRUENE HALL, 1281 Gruene Road, 606-1281 Today — Gruene Music and Wine Fest, various artists beginning at noon; The Derailers, 9 p.m. GRUENE COURTYARD, 1263 Gruene Rd., 625-2116 Saturdays — Evangelina, 6 p.m., no cover charge HARMON’S BAR-B-QUE, IOO S. Main in Cibolo, Texas 78108, 210-658-8889 Today — from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Recording artist Ruben V., no cover CHEATHAM STREET WAREHOUSE, 119 Cheatham, San Marcos, (512) 353-3777 Today — James McMurtry HILL COUNTRY HOUSE CONCERTS, 649 Kuntz Point Bulverde, Texas 78163, (830) 980-8479 loday — Michael Johnson, 7:30 p.m., $10 GIOVANI’S PIANO BAR Fridays and Saturdays — Ted Barsalou, entertainer and recording artist, 5 p.m. to midnight, appetizers, pizza, wine and beer available.► Clubs THE AMERICAN RED CROSS sponsors Community First Aid and Safety lessons today from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. It trains people to act in emergency situationa and to recognize and care for life-threatening emergencies such as respiratory or cardiac problems, sudden illness or injuries to infants, children and adults. Participants must pass written quizzes and skill checks to receive adult, infant and child CPR and first aid cards. Cost is $45. For information, call 608-9876. SEAWORLD’S HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR begins today at the park in San Antonio. The event takes place each weekend in October. For information, call (800) 4ADVENTURE. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets at 6:45 p.m. everyday at the 24-hour club at 1142 Eikel. A MASTER ACCORDIONIST WORKSHOP takes place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. today at the New Braunfels Museum of Art and Music. To make reservations, call 625-5636. CENTRAL TEXAS SENIORS GOLF FEST is scheduled for today and Sunday. For information, call (888) 200-5620 or visit GERONIMO VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT’S Annual Bar-B-Q Supper, with auction, raffle, amusements and refreshments, will take place from 5-8 p.m. today. Geronimo is on State Highway 123 about six miles north of Seguin. LEGIONNAIRES, AUXILIARY AND SONS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION OF COMAL POST NO. 179 dinner takes place at 6 p.m. today at the post. Social hour is at 5 p.m. Early birds are free. Guests are $5. For information, call 625-0179. ;