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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page2A HERALDZEITUNG Sunday January 12 2003 TODAY Contact Features Editor Brian Grant 6259144 ext 222 World Briefly Rescuers spot wreckage of Peruvian airliner 1 LIMA Peru After two days of rain and fog rescue helicopters on Saturday spotted the wreckage of a Peruvian airliner that plowed into a mountain with 46 people aboard including eight children Officials con firmed there were no survivors and said the recovery effort would be slow Pieces of the TANS airliner were scattered over an area feet wide and about feet below the peak of the mountain Transportation Minister Javier Reategui said The planes fuel exploded after the airliner hit the mountain and rescue teams found only small pieces of metal and body parts Reategui said The high mountain part of the Andes mountain range is 10 miles northwest of the town of Chacha poyas which is situated in Perus high jungle about 400 miles north of Lima Bush promotes benefits of his economic plan WASHINGTON AP President Bush sought to make the case Satur day that his economic plan would cre ate jobs and bolster consumer confi dence through billion in tax sav ings this year alone Further help would come from end ing dividend taxes for 84 million in vestors the president said in his week ly radio address He said that tax was unfair a drag on the economy and a burden for those who depend on divi dends for a steady income UN may invite scientists for private interviews BAGHDAD Iraq AP arms inspectors may start inviting Iraqi sci entists suspected of being linked to weapons programs for private inter views this week a spokesman said Saturday in a step Washington sees as key to uncovering Saddam Husseins weapons of mass destruction The inspectors visited more suspect ed weapons sites Saturday spokesman Hiro Ueki said a team of missiles experts revisited the Ibn Sina military complex at Tarmiya 25 miles north of Baghdad a site in which Iraqi scientists in the 1980s had tried to enrich uranium to a level suit able for atomic bombs Texas Lotto Lottery results can be found in the Business Section Page 11 A of todays newspaper Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New Braunfels TX 78130 830 6259144 fax 830 6251224 Doug Toney Editor and Publisher Ext 201 email@example.com Gary E Maitland Managing Editor Ext 220 firstname.lastname@example.org Heather Grant Business Manager Ext 202 email@example.com Lisa Schreier Composing Manager Ext 205 firstname.lastname@example.org Henry Coello Commercial Systems 6255232 hcoello Arnold Wiggins Production Manager 830 6255232 email@example.com David Gehret Circulation Manager Ext 228 firstname.lastname@example.org Courtney Abernathy Advertising Manager Ext 208 email@example.com For classified advertising call 6259144 ext 215 For display advertising call 6259144 ext 208 For obituaries wedding engagement and anniversary announcements call 6259144 ext 213 For missed or late newspapers call 6259144 ext 229 Community Events Happy Birthday to Tiffany Fowler Ellen Barsch Joe Stoeftje Paul Michael Sanchez Jerissa Sanchez Daniel Mesa Jr 1 Kenzle Curry 7 years Jan Gladys Ewald Jan To have a birthday or anniversary listed here call 6259144 Schools NEW BRAUNFELS ISO Monday Lamar Primary PTA penny drive begins Memorial Elementary PTA board meeting noon Memorial Elementary Parent involvement group 1 NBISD Social Studies Vertial Team secondary teachers NBISD Education Foundation Board of Directors NBHS STUCO school library NBHS boys basketball vs Canyon NBHS boys soccer at Lockhart COMAL ISO Monday SVHS boys basketball fresh man team at East Central Hive Music SAENGERHALLE 255 Saengerhalle Road 625HALL 4255 Mondays Songwriters Night Hosted By Jeff Plankenhom 8 to midnight CHEATHAM STREET WARE HOUSE 119 Cheatham San Marcos 512 3533777 Mondays Cheatham Street All Star Monday Night Jam Band UPTOWN PIANO BAR 295 E San Antonio 6207600 Mondays Steve Palmer RILEYS TAVERN 8894 FM 1102 Hunter 78132 512 3923132 Sundays Al Barlows Song writers Afternoon 5 to 9 Mondays Dirty Ditty Nite ROLLIN ON THE RIVER An Oldies Saloon and Grill FM 306 and 2673 Canyon Lake 830 907 3535 Sundays Pool tournament from 6 Klubs and Events THE PILOT CLUB OF CANYON LAKE meets the first Monday of the month at at Tye Preston Memorial Library Call 964 3715 for information SMOKEFREE BINGO takes Photo submitted Leadership New Braunfels alumni bowling tournament committee members met recently to prepare for the annual fundraiser to benefit Youth Leadership New Braunfels Barron Casteel committee chair said this years fundraiser will be held Feb at Mission Valley Bowling Club LNB Alumni should complete the registration form mailed to them and return to the chamber as soon as possible The fundraiser celebrates the 10th anniversary of Leadership New Braunfels place at for early birds and for regular games Monday at the Knights of Columbus Hall HAND IN HAND is scheduled at the Childrens Museum in New Braunfels on Mondays from to noon through May excluding Monday Each Monday features a special theme Call 830 6200930 for information THE WIMBERLEY PLAYERS annual membership meeting is at 6 today in the Greenhouse Theatre Brief meeting to announce the 2003 Season of Plays Dues can be paid at meeting Call 512 8471592 for information Leave message HERMANN SONS Spring Branch Lodge No 127 will host the area installation of officers at 2 today at the Bulverde Community Center This includes New Braun fels Lodge Bulverdes Prinz Solms Lodge and Twin Sisters Lodge THE FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES AUXILIARY NO 2999 Past Presidents Club meets at 6 Monday at Ryans Steak house Lore Hollowed will be host ess JAMES JACK CHAPTER of the American Revolution meets at Monday at the Education Building for members only Call 6298045 for information COMAL COUNTY AGGIE MOMS meet at 7 Monday at the county Extension building 132 S Water Lane in New Braunfels Cookie bake recap and review spring planning session All Aggie moms grandmas and friends of current or former TAMU students welcome Call 6290539 for infor mation THE PRECEPTOR RHO CHAP TER OF BETA SIGMA PHI will meet at Monday in the home of Carol Martin Members are to bring nonperishable food items for the SOS Food Bank AARP DRIVER SAFETY pro gram classes are offered to drivers 50 years of age and older and want to their defensive driving skills and quality for a multi ple year auto insurance discount Classes meet from 6 to 10 Tuesday and Wednesday at Peace Lutheran Church 1147 S Walnut Avenue Cost is Contact Bob Karabinus at 830 62006745 for information THE HILL COUNTY ORCHID SOCIETY which meets at Tuesday at the Elks Lodge 353 S Seguin Avenue presents a program on orchid pests and dis eases Call 6292083 for informa tion KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Fourth Degree Assembly 1791 meeting is scheduled at Tuesday All members encouraged to attend Wednesday THE CANYON LAKE REPUBLI CAN WOMEN meet at 10 am Trout Fest features free flycasting lessons for children The Guadalupe River Chapter of Trout Unlimited will sponsor free flycasting lessons for boys and girls on the two Saturday mornings of next months Trout Fest On Feb 1 and Feb 8 boys and girls ages 10 to 17 may take ad vantage of costfree lessons given by experienced instructors who are volunteers from GRTU All equipment will be furnished by GRTU and a entry level fly fish ing outfit will be presented to one youngster as a door prize each Saturday morning at the end of the class No previous experience is nec essary and no preregistration is Trout Unlimited is a volunteer run nonprofit organization dedi cated to the preservation and enhancement of coldwater fish eries in the United States GRTU is the largest chapter of Trout Unlimited in th0 United States with over members Information can be had by call ing Hylmar Karbach at 830606 0737 Wednesday at the Action Center in Sattler Guest speaker Del Michael Weddell of the Comal County Sheriffs Department will talk about safety in the Hill Country For infor mation call Patti Johnson 935 4142 or Belinda Frisk 8997555 Public invited THE GUADA COMA GARDEN CLUB meets at 2 Wednesday at the Comal County Extension Office meeting room Malcom Beck founder of GardenVille will be fea tured speaker The Unitarian Universalist Church is sponsoring a forum with David Paredes chairman of the Texas Citizens United for Rehabilitation of Errants Wednesday at Faith United Church of Christ 970 N Loop 337 He will speak on TxCURE and other support and reform groups Call 6257004 for information Thursday The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce sponsors a Lunch and Leam seminar from to Thursday at Honors Hall Topic is Business Alternatives for Developing For seminar fee and reg istration call 6252385 or log onto Weather Digest Texas weather Sunday Jan 12 precast tor daytime conditions forecast 2003 AccuWeather Inc Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tstorms Rain Flurries Snow Ice TODAY TONIGHT Cloudy Cloudy Highs upper 40s Lows near 40 Rain 70 percent Rain 40 percent NE wind 1015 mph NE wind 510 outlook Today A 70 percent chance of showers or thunderstorms Continued cool with highs in the upper 40s Northeast winds 10 to 15 mph Tonight Cloudy with a 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms Lows near 40 Northeast winds 5 to 10 mph Monday A slight chance of rain in the morning otherwise partly cloudy Highs near 60 Monday night Partly cloudy with patchy fog late Lows in the upper 30s Tuesday Some morning fog becoming partly cloudy Highs in the mid 60s Water flows Edwards Aquifer ft Comal River 444 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 560 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 300 cfs Canyon Dam lake level ft above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water million gallons Mountain Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel NEW YEAR DISCOUNTS II Bit Eiltn ULuLDntt IIUN ON SLIGHTLY HAIL DAMAGE UNITS 2OO2ZX2 COUPE 2003 FOCUS 4 DR LX 2003 MUSTANG 2OO3 TAURUS SES DELUXE 2OO2 THUNDERBIRD 0 Engine Alt Conditioning Tranimlilon Secure 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