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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 27, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 A — Herald-Zeitung — Thursday, September 27, 2001Today Contact News Editor Brian Grant at 625-9144 ext. 221. Water River flow Edwards Aquifer 675.7 feet Comal River 342 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 282 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 561 cfs Canyon Dam lake level 910.03 ft above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water 5.947 million gallons Well water 1.016 million gallons Pollen Counts- Molds..................moderate    (Provided courtesy of Dr. Ragweed.....................high    Frank Hampel) Pigweed..............moderate Sun/Moon Sunrise/sunset Sunrise...............7:24    a.m. Sunset................7:23    p.m. Weather Moon Full moon...............Oct.    2 Last quarter............Oct. 9 New moon..........Oct. 16 First quarter..........Oct. 23 V I * VyV* * TODAY TONIGHT Sunny Clear Highs lower 80s Lows mid 50s Rain: none Rain: none E wind, 10 mph light winds Texas weather Thursday, Sept. 27 AccuWeather* forecast for daytime conditions, low/high temperatures _ J.................... [Amarillo i52VB4° 0 Wichita Falla 54VB3* I El Paao 58V92” ♦.A w S*7-j0    •&a*r;r O [ San Antonio ji ' LA Auatln 54VB8* •............. a    .    I    *    rn \    •    7'0    I    Houston    S4V82* Ho 56V86* S- >0* *'y , 4 -V/-    \{ I Brownsville 84VB0' r •> Sunny I o £ Cloudy Showers T-storms Ram Flurries Snow Ice Via Associated Press Extended forecast: Friday, mostly sunny. Highs mid 80s. Lows mid 50s. Saturday through Wednesday. Highs mid 80s. Lows near 60. Elsewhere By The Associated Press Temperatures indicate Wednesday's high and overnight low to 8 p.m. Eastern Time. Hi Lo Pre Otlk Albuquerque 86 59 clr Bismarck 76 41 clr Cleveland 52 42 .11 rn Grand Rapids 52 42 .11 cdy Indianapolis 68 37 cdy Milwaukee 68 50 cdy Phoenix 105 78 clr Reno 83 49 clr San Francisco 75 57 clr Washington, D.C. 65 46 cdy National Temperature Extremes for Wednesday High 111 at Death Valley, Calif. Low 28 at Bigfork Cook and Pine River, Minn. Contact Us HERALD-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, [email protected] Heather Grant, Business Manager Ext. 202, [email protected] Angela Benson, Advertising Director Ext. 208, [email protected] Jeremy H. Westerfield, 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. =or obituaries, wedding, engagement and anniversary announcements, call 625-9144 ext. >13. To subscribe or for missed or late newspapers, jail 625-9144 ext. 229. News Around The World Juliette likely to skirt land, weaken LOS CABOS, Mexico (AP) — Hurricane Juliette, packing winds of 125 mph, tracked northwest along Mexico’s Pacific coast Wednesday, leaving behind flooded homes and rivers. The U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami called the storm a “potential threat” to Baja California, but said computer models showed it was likely to skirt land, gradually weakening and turning west. Juliette was centered about 260 miles south of the resort city of Cabo San Lucas on the southern tip of the Baja peninsula, heading northwest at about 9 mph. The threat of the storm further emptied the nearly deserted Los Cabos resort, which was already suffering a sharp drop in tourism after the Sept. ll terrorist attacks in the United States. Forecasters called the Category 4 storm “still dangerous” even though the winds had dropped from a peak of 145 mph. Juliette is a massive system with hurricane-force winds reaching 70 miles from its center and tropical-storm-force winds felt 260 miles from the vortex. OPEC keeps mum on decision VIENNA Austria (AP) — OPEC delegates reached agreement late Wednesday on how much crude oil they would supply to a precarious world economy, but declined to formally announce the decision until after more talks on Thursday. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries gave no explanation for the delay, and delegates refused to give details about their decision as they left the cartel’s headquarters in Vienna, Austria. However, several delegates said earlier that OPEC is likely to stick with its current official output levels of 23.2 million barrels a day. A number of energy analysts shared that view. OPEC officials broke off informal talks earlier in the day without agreeing on whether to adjust crude output. They then met in the evening to coordinate a common production strategy. The delay of OPEC’s announcement was not a complete surprise, but it highlights the difficulty OPEC members face in trying to reach a consensus amid the intense economic and political uncertainty prevailing since the Sept. ll terror attacks on the United States. Groups: Don’t let Microsoft off easy WASHINGTON (AP) — A coalition of consumer groups sent a letter to state and federal prosecutors Wednesday asking them to be tough with Microsoft in the four-year antitrust case, calling for extensive business restrictions and allowing individuals to sue the company. The groups also wrote a 33-page report detailing their concerns with the upcoming Windows XP operating system, which will reach the public soon. “We urge the attorneys general, who represent consumers as plaintiffs in the case, to seek a swift and sure end to what we believe to be illegal leveraging of illegally obtained monopolies for the PC operating system and Internet browser,” the letter states. Flo and John Biggs straighten one of her paintings in the current show, ‘Visions in Color,” at the New Braunfels Art League. The show spotlights paintings in oil, acrylic treated as oil and pastel. The show ends Sunday. For information, call 624-8936. Photo submitted Under" ■ - £3 Ti?vao T atta I iLAnb JLUI IU ■Si SATURDAY WEDNESDAY .—TEXAS— LOTTEflV $23 million $ 28 million 02-29-32-33-35-44 16-25-26-30-45-47 Community Events Heads Up ►Flag service The Kiwanis Club of New Braunfels will install a bracket or slot for an American flag in front of a business or residence and put the flag up on all the holidays and take it down before dark. Cost is $24 per year. For information, call 609-4764. ►Voters’ registration Voters’ registration takes place from 8:45 a.m. to noon Oct. 5 at Frank’s Supermarket, 8010 Farm-to-Market Road 2673 in Startzville and from noon to 4 p.m. Oct. 5 at the Super S Foods, 1345 Sattler in Sattler. ►Rag disposal Take your weathered and worn flags to the New Braunfels Utilities lobby where a collection box has been supplied by the Knights of Columbus Assembly 1791, Fourth Degree. Club members will dispose of the flags properly. For information, call 625-6530. ►Walk to Cure The Walk to Cure Diabetes takes place Oct. 13 at Milam Park in San Antonio. Jennifer and Sarah Roth are participating in the event as Roth’s Runners and are seeking sponsors for the walk which benefits the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. For information, call the Roths at 629-2332. ► Birthdays/anniversaries Happy Anniversary to Louis and Elsie Ramirez (44 years). To have a birthday or anniversary listed here, call 625-9144. ^ Schools NEW BRAUNFELS ISD • End of 1 st six weeks • Application deadline for membership in OakRun Community for the Advancement of Science organization. • NBISD nurses meet at the Education center Library, 2:30 p.m. • NBMS 8th grade football vs. Dobie, home: A Team, 4:30 p.m., B Team, 5:45 p.m. • NBMS 7th grade football vs. Dobie at Dobie: A Team, 4:30 p.m., B Team, 5.45 p.m. • NBMS 8th grade volleyball at Corbett: A Team, 4:30 p.m., B Team, 5:45 p.m. • NBMS 7th grade volleyball vs. Corbett at home: A Team, 4:30 p.m., B Team, 5:45 p.m. • NBHS junior varisty and sophomore football vs. Round Rock Stony Point at Stony Point, 5 p.m. (sophomore): 7 p.m. (junior varsity) • NBHS freshman A and B football vs. Round Rock StonyPoint at Unicorn Stadium, 5 p.m. (B Team); 7 p.m. (A Team) COMAL ISD • CMS football vs. AJB 7th-H 8th-A • 8 a.m. SBMS VB/FB VSA AJB 8th at home, 7th at AJB • 4:30 p.m. CMS VB vs. SVMS 8th SVMS 8th here, 7th there. • 5 p.m. SVHS freshman football vs. Waco University at Leander • 5 p.m. SVHS junior varsity football (Blue) vs. Waco University at Leander. • 6 p.m. CHS freshman foot-bal (Red) at Medina Valley • 6 p.m. Regular Board Meeting, BBES • 7:30 p.m. CHS junior varsity football at Medina Valley ► Clubs FLACO JIMENEZ Y SU CONJ UNTO and Santos Sosa y Sus Estellas will play at 7 p.m today at the New Braunfels Civic Center. For information, call 625-5636. THE SONS OF CONFEDERATE VETERANS (SCV) meets at 6:30 p.m. today at the New Braunfels Public Library. Those interested in Civil War historical and genealogical matters are encouraged to attend. Call (830) 905-2396. THE KIWANIS CLUB of New Braunfels meets at noon today at Ryan’s Family Steakhouse. The club will be installing its new officers. For information, call 609-4764. THE CANYON LAKE COMPUTER CLUB offers beginner computer class at 12:30 p.m. today at the Tye Preston Memorial Library in Sattler. The class is free of charge. For information, call (830) 899-3842. THE NEW BRAUNFELS ELKS LODGE 2279 meets at 7:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge on the first and third Thursdays of each month. For information, call Jack Mitchell at 625-8821 or the Elks Lodge at 625-5217. THE NEW BRAUNFELS NEW CENTURY LIONS CLUB meets at 6:15 p.m. the second and fourth Thursdays of the month at Adobe Verde in Gruene. COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS at 300 Laurel Lane hosts lunch for those 60 years and older in the Laurel Plaza Community Room from 11:30 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday. Suggested donation is $1.25. Call Rita at 629-1751 to make reservations 24 hours in advance. NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS, New Braunfels Group, meets at 7 p.m. today at 172 S. Hickory next to Cross Lutheran Church. ;