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Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - July 18, 2001, Galveston, Texas A2 WEDNESDAY JULY 18 2001 GALVESTON COUNTY TEXAS CHANGE People In brief We will lubricate your vehicles chassis drain the oil install a new filter with up to 5 quarts of oil J 4 FREE CHECK WITH OIL CHANGE MOST CARS ISLAND SHELL Stewart 61st County Today partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of afternoon showers or thunderstorms Highs in the lower 90s South wind 5 to 10 mph Extended a less than 20 percent chance of evening showers or thunderstorms Otherwise partly cloudy Lows in the near 80 at the coast Thursday Partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers or storms Highs in the lower 90s Lows near 80 Friday O Mostly sunny Lows in the inland near 80 at the coast Highs in the lowers 90s Marine O Mostly sunny Lows in the inland near 80 at the coast Highs in the lowers 90s Sunday Partly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms Low sin the Os near 80 at the coast Highs in the lower 90s High Wand to Today Southeast wind 10 knots or less Seas 2 feet scattered thunderstorms Tonight Southeast wind 10 knots or less Seas 2 feet Widely scattered thunderstorms Local climate Bay to Bay Today Southeast wind increasing to 10 to 15 knots in the afternoon Bay waters slightly choppy Scattered thunderstorms Tonight Southeast wind around 10 knots Bay waters smooth to choppy Sun moon and tides Tuesday High High tides 547 a m 16 Low Low tides 1056 am 14 Record 98 Record low 69 Sunrise a m Rainfall through 4 Rainfall this year 819 p m inches above normal Beach water temperature am n m The forecast for noon Wednesday July 18 Unas separata high temperature zones for the day j J 2001 BOS i FRONTS COLD WARM STATIONARY High Low Rain Snow Sunny PL Cloudy Cloudy Wa Press Temperatures Texas Grand Rapids 87 64 Rain Highest temperature last 12 hours lowest past 18 Great Falls 83 53 30 hours and precipitation for 24 hours ending at 7 87 65 1 CDT Hartford 85 63 01 Rain i HI Lo Pep Helena 84 53 27 Abilene 100 76 Honolulu 88 75 Clr Alice 99 76 Indianapolis 85 70 Amarillo 101 70 91 69 Arlington 96 77 Jacksonville 86 71 1 Austin 98 75 Juneau 63 51 Beaumont 91 75 Kansas City 87 75 Clr Brownsville 96 78 Las Vegas 96 74 Clr Bumet 95 75 Linie Rock 90 74 103 77 Los Angeles 77 62 Clr College Station 99 74 Louisville 90 74 Conroe 93 73 Memphis 90 74 06 Corpus Christi 95 78 Miami Beach 94 78 Corsicana 96 76 Milwaukee 85 68 Cotulla 103 77 89 69 03 100 68 Nashville 88 70 Dallas 97 81 New Orleans 91 74 Del Rio 100 79 Yol City 87 76 Rain Denton 98 79 87 72 PCWy Dryden 98 77 94 60 Clr El Paso 95 71 Oklahoma City 102 79 Fort Stockton 100 77 Omaha 88 74 Clr Fort Worth 100 79 Orlando 90 75 Rain Georgetown 97 77 74 55 Guadalupe Pass 96 65 Philadelphia 88 73 ICO 76 105 85 i Hondo 99 m Pittsburgh 85 63 Rain Houston Bush 93 74 75 58 08 Rain Houston Hobby 92 76 67 57 27 Huntsville 94 75 Providence 83 65 05 Rain Junction 97 74 92 67 Kingsville 98 78 Rapid City 92 58 Clr j Laredo 101 80 82 Clr Longview 92 82 Richmond 91 66 Lubbock 101 74 Sacramento 75 54 Clr 95 75 St Louis 90 76 Clr Marfa 93 64 Salt Lake City 92 69 Clr McAllen 99 78 San Diego 70 63 97 79 San Francisco 64 55 Midland 100 76 Santa Fe 90 67 Mineral Wells 101 77 St Ste Marie 65 6O 13 Rain New Braunfels 97 77 Seattle 66 54 08 Rain Odessa 101 79 Shreveport 94 74 Palacios 92 79 Falls 86 65 03 Parts m m Spokane 67 49 16 Reexport 92 81 Syracuse 84 62 61 Rain SanAngelo 99 78 89 77 04 Rain San Antonio 97 78 Topeka 90 78 07 Clr San Marcos 97 77 Tucson 100 71 04 Terrell 97 78 96 80 Clr Tyler 95 77 89 70 Victoria 98 76 Wichita 99 75 Clr Waco 100 78 81 64 02 Rain Wichita Falls 1O4 79 88 70 Wink 104 78 World i Temperatures and weather conditions from midnight on previous day Temperatures indicate previous days high and HI La overnight low to 830 Athens 100 76 clr HI Lo Pep Beijing 97 78 82 62 37 Rain Beirut 86 79 dr Albuquerque 92 70 Berlin 62 52 m Anchorage 62 56 02 Bermuda 86 74 cdv Asheville 83 65 BAires 68 51 m Atlanta 85 69 Cairo 96 75 clr Atlantic City 86 72 Dhahran 113 86 dr Baltimore 90 65 Dublin 63 53 90 56 Rain Frankfurt 69 53 Birmingham 88 68 Havana 90 73 m Bismarck 89 64 Rain Hong Kong 84 77 m Boise 74 52 Istanbul 92 74 clr Boston 77 63 16 Rain Jerusalem 86 61 clr Buffalo 78 63 17 floin 64 43 clr 80 63 Rain London 72 53 Casper 89 53 Clr Madrid 83 56 86 67 PCWy Mexico City 73 55 m 86 61 Montreal 81 61 m 1 89 65 Moscow 88 68 m Cheyenne 86 53 Clr Nairobi 72 46 Chicago 86 72 Nassau 93 72 m Cincinnati 86 70 New Delhi 93 80 Cleveland 88 63 Paris 71 52 89 67 Rio 81 68 clr 88 69 Rome 79 69 m 80 60 24 Rain San Juan 9O 77 clr Dayton 86 69 Seoul 90 69 dr 91 62 Clr Singapore 88 78 87 74 02 Clr Stockholm 72 55 m 89 69 Sydney 61 48 78 55 01 Rain Tokyo 93 81 88 73 Toronto 74 61 m 76 59 Rain Vienna 83 57 m top 80 64 04 Clr Warsaw 84 63 m 79 44 Ody Zurich 70 51 The Press Weather Service Trie National Data Canter i i Dave Matthews band fined In Boulder BOULDER Colo What would you say if Dave Matthews broke curfew The University of Colorado fined the musician and his band a minute after their concert last week ran 16 minutes past a curfew They tend not to go over curfew that frequently but they were just having a great time and wanted to keep playing a little band publicist Ambrosia Healy said of the July 11 concert She called the fine levied the next day a rou tine part of touring concerts Under a contract with CU fines would have escalated to a minute after The band and promoters grossed about million from the show The university netted at least said JC An cell associate director of ClTs University Memorial Center The fine will help pay for any overtime for hourly em ployees at the scene Ancell said Blair doesnt feel threatened by blondes LOS ANGELES Selma Kilair is a brunette but she doesnt feel threatened by the blonde beauty Queens in Hollywood Tm pretty open and real and Im not sure thats neces sarily a good said Blair who costars with Reese Witherspoon in the comedy Legally West Wing cast returns to set Calif Four stars of The West who were holding out for pay raises have returned to the set of the NBC TV series Filming on the shows third season began Monday They went to work and they are still negotiating in good said publicist Pat Kingsley who represents Allison Janney John Spencer Bradley Whitford and Richard Schiff Each actor makes in the range per episode and they want more Kingsley said Monday She wouldnt disclose financial details Daily Variety reported last week that actors Martin Sheen and Rob Lowe each make salaries per episode Both returned to the set last week They signed on with agreement it was an ensemble cast and they would all be making the same thing They want Kingsley said Sheen signed on later and wasnt part of the ensemble deal she said but Lowe was The show which captured a record nine Emmys last year including best drama series garnered a total of 18 new nominations last week The four dissenting cast members each got a nod for supporting performer The Associated Press Silent killer lurks at stern of many houseboats DEAR ABBY As the owner of a cabin cruiser on Lake Powell in Utah and an occasional renter of houseboats I have recently learned how easily I or one of my passen gers could become a victim of carbon monoxide CO poisoning The level of CO found beneath some houseboats is so high it can kill a person after only a few breaths Swim ladder designs on some houseboat models create an air cavity beneath the stern deck This space is a popular place for kids to go swimming Many boats also vent the gasoline generator exhaust into this space which has rib outlet al lowing lethal levels of carbon monoxide to build up within a few minutes Sadly since 1994 nine people have died and since 1991 more than 100 have required emergency care all from CO poisoning at Lake Powell Abby please warn readers about the dangers of houseboats House boats are being recalled and re fitted Houseboat owners should contact their nearest Coast Guard station for more information BOAT FLAGSTAFF ARIZ DEAR BOAT OWNER Your warning will be news to a lot of Abigail VanBuren Dear Abby people it was to me and I hope it serves to alert individuals and families who va cation on or around rented houseboats The problem seems to be a de sign flaw in cer tain models of houseboats that allows carbon monoxide to col lect beneath swim platforms or in the vicinity of the swim ladder near the back of the boat Carbon monoxide is a colorless odorless tasteless gas Exposure to it causes headaches dizziness fa tigue confusion and nausea The symptoms can mimic those of sea sickness When breathed in high concentrations or for prolonged pe it can cause convulsions seizures and death It is also the No 1 cause of poisoning deaths in the United States Thats why proper ventilation when burning carbon fuel is a must ABBY I am a 12yearold about to turn dont remember all the details of a letter in your that touched me but I do know what it was about sniffing inhalants When I read that letter I knew it had to be God speaking to me I was experimenting with inhalants and having problems such as de pression and suicidal thoughts that were beginning to take over my life I looked at suicide as a way out I had it all planned but my cousin talked to me sensed something was wrong and I confided in her I didnt think shed squeal but she did At first I was mad that shed wrecked my plan Fortunately I was put into Teen Recovery to work out some of my problems After five days I was out and on to a new and better life thanks to the worlds best parents cousins grandparents and friends that a person could ever have I hope my letter today will en courage some other troubled boy or girl out there to reach out if theyre in trouble Just sign me PRE TEEN WITH NEW HOPE DEAR too hope your letter reassures other kids who are in trouble that they can get the help they need Caring family and friends are the best support system in the world 9 Abby Is written by Pauline and daughter Jeanne Phillips Universal Press Syndicate Passing Parade HAPPY BIRTHDAY Jones Kelly Wilkins Raymond Turner Martha Bogan Gloria Curry Merle Kim Renee Baskett Alvin Demar Martha Elaine Bennett Angie Rodriguez Cynthia Betancourt Joshua Her Gwendolyn Rougely Lindsey Rougely Sandra Alvarado Betrice Gray Jeremy Williams Lisa Campbell Phyllis French Whitney French Kimberly Rochell Beany Jones Billie Hoskins Daryal Franklin Bruce Hammill Lewis Roger Petersen Christopher Stell Rex Roberts Jamie Hennigan Steven Arms An gela LaShea Hamilton Robin Gopden Sebrina Alexander Herman Houston Leon K Harris and Asya Raekel Bell HAPPY BELATED BIRTHDAY Matthew Singletary Tom Hatchett Brandon Washington Helen Joyce Simmons and Luciano Rodriguez HAPPY BELATED ANNIVER SARY Mr and Mrs Ronald Kirk Nash Sr celebrating 22 years of marriage Send names to Passing Parade The Galveston County Dally News Box 628 Galveston TX 77553 Items must be typed or legibly printed and contain a contact name and phone number For birthdays and wedding anniversaries leave a voice mall at 409 6835275 or 800 5613611 Ext 5275 before 3 weekdays The deadline for Saturday Sunday and Monday editions Is 3 Friday For With announce ments call 409 6835275 or 800 5613611 Ext 5275 Dilbert IF I USE THE SPEAKERPHONE IT UILL ANNOY LUCKILY FOR IAE Itt A SOCIOPATH TUJO THINGS YOURE A BIT LOUD AND YOURE EATING ttY LUNCH ITS DELICIOUS The Lockhorns ITS A SHAME MR RETIRED HE WAS THE ONLY ONE WHO OUST THE WAY HE 3 Lines 3 Days 18OO39O 7355 Your Local Source GALVESTON COUNTY 1HE DAILY NEWS Your Local News Source Phone 409 and after 5 news 409 6835227 Weekend and after 5 409 6835341 Toll free 800 5613611 3000 FM 1764 La Marque 77568 Wand 8522 Teichman Road Galveston 77554 Box 628 Galveston 77553 Callus 409 6835260 888 5613611 74 Wf 711 Weekends To place an ad 800 39O7355 4O9 6835301 and Tillotson 4O9 6835219 409 6835253 Melanie Main Stoty tips questions Sports 409 6835242 Fn Island main fax 409 7446268 Mainland main fax 409 Newsroom fax 409 7403421 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