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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page HERALDZEITUNG Saturday January TODAY Contact Features Editor Brian Grant 6259144 ext 222 World Briefly Defiant Saddam tells world hell stay to fight BAGHDAD Iraq AP Brushing aside any hint of compromise Saddam Hussein proclaimed Friday that Iraq is ready for war with the United States and warned that his enemies would face suicide at the gates of Baghdad Saddams strong words added to an atmosphere of urgency that followed the discovery Thursday of 12 empty chemical warheads in Iraq a find described by officials as trou bling and White House spokesman Ari Fleischer charged that Iraq hadnt reported the warheads but he stopped short of declaring them a vio lation of resolutions As inspectors played down the importance of the find French President Jacques Chirac whose country holds veto power at the United Nations backed the inspec tors appeal for more time to carry out their search In a 40minute televised address Saddam said he would defend Baghdad against the United States despite reports that Arab leaders were trying to persuade him to choose exile instead Ridge nears confirmation says struggle will be long WASHINGTON AP Tom Ridge sailed through Senate confirmation hearings Friday on his way to becom ing the nations first Homeland Security Department chief and taking on the task of harnessing a giant fed eral bureaucracy responsible for pro tecting America from terrorist attack Ridge in a hearing before the com mittee Friday morning said eradicat ing that threat will be a long strug He spoke of the enormity of our task of bringing together 22 federal agencies with employees to lead the security campaign The department will officially come into being next Friday although it wont assume operational control of the agencies until March 1 The gov ernment has yet to decide where the headquarters will be S Korean leader presses to negotiate with North SEOUL South Korea AP South Koreas presidentelect pressed the United States on Friday to enter direct negotiations with North Korea and an envoy from Russia which has been urged to intervene with the North said Washington must take the lead in dealing with the crisis A North Korean official also said only the United States could solve the standoff and spurned an attempt by Seoul to discuss the Norths nuclear ambitions in talks next week Washington has been canvassing allies to pressure North Korea into scrapping nuclear programs believed capable of building atomic bombs Texas Lotto SATURDAY million 011018454951 WEDNESDAY million 022Q24404753 Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New Braunfels TX 78130 830 6259144 fax 830 6251224 Doug Toney Editor and Publisher Ext 201 firstname.lastname@example.org Gary E Maltland Managing Editor Ext 220 email@example.com Heather Grant Business Manager Ext 202 firstname.lastname@example.org Lisa Schreier Composing Manager Ext 205 email@example.com Henry Coello Commercial Systems 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JV basketball at SAISD JV tournament SVHS girls Varsity basketball Brackenridge Hive Music GRUENE HALL 1281 Gruene Road 6061281 Today Jeff Plankenhom 1 to 5 no cover Today Reckless Kelly 9 SAENGERHALLE 255 Saengerhalle Road 625HALL 4255 Today Red Stick Ramblers 9 CHEATHAM STREET WARE HOUSE 119 Cheatham San Marcos 512 3533777 Today Jimmy LaFave UPTOWN PIANO BAR 295 E San Antonio 6207600 Saturdays Tammy and Steve Palmer RILEYS TAVERN 8894 FM 1102 Hunter Texas 78132 512 3923132 Today Bret Graham ROLLIN ON THE RIVER An Oldies Saloon and Grill FM 306 and 2673 Canyon Lake 830 9073535 Saturdays Deejay dance music and karaoke TAVERN IN THE GRUENE 830 Gruene Road 830 608 0438 Today Dennis Peaks Birthday Bash Wilks DAM RED BARN 16520 S Access Dam Road Canyon Lake 830 9644045 Saturdays Live Music Goodtime PolkaWaltz Club in New Braunfels hosts The Cloverteaf Orchestra from 6 to 10 Sunday at Eagles Hall 257 E South St Guests are welcome memberships available Call Pat Mollenhauer at 6252265 or Nolan Dietert at 6081608 for information Klubs and Events THE AARP DRIVER SAFETY course starts at today at the Canyon Lake Action Center 1917 FM 2673 in Saltier The course is for individuals 50 or older and costs To register call 830 9642324 Walkins are accepted GUADALUPE VALLEY AMERI CAN LEGION POST 35 conducts smokefree Bingo every Saturday afternoon at the Post Home 4210 FM 482 Old Solms Early Bird begins at and regular bingo at 2 For information call 6255535 NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets at and noon every day except Saturday at the 24hour dub at 1142 Eikel HONEY CREEK MORNING GUIDED TOURS take place at 9 Saturdays Meet at the Rust House inside park wear comfort able shoes and dress for the weath er For information call 210 520 6412 or 830 4382656 THE NEW BRAUNFELS CHAP TER National Association of Retired Federal Employees meets at 10 today at the Comal County Senior Citizen Center 655 Landa St All retired federal employees and their guests are welcome We will be welcoming members from the dissolved San Marcos Chapter who will be joining our chapter Call 6255382 for infor mation THE NEW BRAUNFELS LIONS CLUB hosts the Big Band Dance featuring Joe Rogers and his 15 piece orchestra to benefit the Noon Lions scholarship programs Performance is from 7 to 10 today at the Civic Center Tickets are and are available at Johnson Furniture Store on Seguin Street Call 6255321 for informa tion or table reservations up j A DOMESTIC VIOLENCE SUP PORT GROUP meets at 6 Mondays at the Comal County Womens Center Childrens group is offered and child care can be arranged as needed Services are free and confidential Call 830 6207520 or 18004348013 for more information THE COMAL COUNTY SENIOR CITIZEN CENTER is offering com puter classes for beginners inter mediate Internet and multimedia The cost is Call 6064547 THUMBALINAS ANTIQUES 203 S Seguin presents Ed Morris in a free appraisal fair of antiques and collectibles from 11 am to 3 today Call 6244845 for information THE GREATER NEW BRAUNFELS ARTS COUNCIL conducts its annual Dinner with the Arts Sunday The theme is You Gotta Have Activities include stage productions dramatic read ings musical performances and an art exhibit SUNDAYS AT THE LIBRARY is scheduled from 3 to 4 Sunday at the New Braunfels Public Library Author Jim Haley author of a new biography of Sam Houston is guest speaker Call 6082150 for information THE GREATER NEW BRAUNFELS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INC 84th annual meeting and baquet kicks off at 6 Jan 24 at the civic center Tickets are For information call 6252385 THE MASSENKOFF RUSSIAN FOLK FESTIVAL including tradi tional dancers and solo and ensem ble singers runs Jan 23 and 24 at the Brauntes Performing Arts Theatre For information call 627 0808 Weather Digest Saturday Jan 18 forecast for daytime conditions temperatures forecast Sunny PI Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tstorms Rain Flurries Snow ice TONIGHT Mostly clear Lows near 30 Rain None SW wind mph Water flows Edwards Aquifer ft Comal River 447 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 570 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 Via Associated Press Arrests TODAY Mostly sunny Highs mid 50s Rain none SW winds 10mph outlook Sunday Partly cloudy Highs in the mid 60s Sunday night Partly cloudy Lows in the mid 40s Martin Luther King Jr Day Pollpn COIHltS Partly cloudy Highs in the lower 60s Monday night Partly cloudy evening with patchy fog and drizzle developing late Lows in the mid 40s Tuesday Morning low clouds becom ing partly cloudy Highs in the upper 60s Wednesday Partly cloudy Lows in the upper 40s Highs in the upper 60s Thursday Partly cloudy Lows in the upper 40s Highs in the mid 60s Mountain Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel Law enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following between Jan 15 and Jan 16 Jerry D Aguirre 25 New BraunJels no safety belt motion to of a financial instrument CathrynA Butler 37 Canyon Lake motion to revoke arrest search or transport motion to revoke proba arrest or detention motion to revoke by check between and theft by check unauthorized use of a motor vehicle Chad W Carriker 24 Canyon Lake turn ing without proper signal speeding 94 mph in a 65 mph zone parole violation Russell L Coffey 28 Spring Branch possession of less than 2 ounces of mari juana Carlos R Cortez 20 New Braunfels theft of services between and Anthony C Felsing 34 New Braunfels motion to revoke of services between and theft by check between and Atanaclo Garcia 50 New Braunfels driving on the wrong side of the road on a divided highway failure to maintain financial responsibility no drivers license failure to appear violation of promise to appear Maria DelRosario Garza 30 New Braunfels failure to to main tain financial responsibility 4 theft under speeding 2 expired inspection sticker Robert N Lilly 30 Dallas motion to revoke of less than 28 grams of a controlled substance penalty group 3 probation of a controlled substance Jose R Maktonado 21 Dallas public intoxication Billie M Martinez 58 Canyon Lake theft by check between and Madison T McCancHess 19 San Antonio driving while under the influence of failure to maintain financial responsibility Corina Mireles 27 New Braunfels dri ving while license suspended Glen E Mixon 51 Chatsworth no drivers license failure to maintain financial responsibility expired license plates JefferyA Myrick 19 Bulverde criminal mischief between and interfer ing with emergency communication Jonathan A Newman 21 Canyon Lake motion to revoke while intoxicated Tammy A Salinas 24 New Braunfels theft between and no drivers license 2 failure to maintain finan cial responsibility 2 failure to dim headlights while following Lori L Tomertin 48 Austin commit of support Ernilio R vatlejo 29 Dallas driving while intoxicated Stephanie N Wheeler 18 Seguin failure to while license suspended William D Wilson 24 Troy theft between and
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