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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 4, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page2A HERALDZEITUNG TAiesday March World Briefly CIA FBI dig through data at masterminds hideout WASHINGTON AP FBI and CIA experts dug through computers and piles of other information Monday from the Pakistani home of alleged Sept 11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Moham med searching for clues that new ter ror strikes might be imminent Mohammed was questioned Monday by authorities seeking information about safe houses and hideouts used by the alQaida terror network a Pakistani intelligence official said Mohammeds exact whereabouts were unclear He had been plotting attacks against targets in the United States and Saudi Arabia in the weeks before his capture counterterrorism officials contend ed Such attacks might have been against commercial or other lightly defended civilian targets officials said although they acknowledged they did know whether alQaida targets had been selected Intelligence about Mohammeds activities led in part to the orange alert that lasted most of February Homeland Security Secretary Tbm Ridge said UN could vote next week on use of force against Iraq UNITED NATIONS AP on a new resolution authorizing force against Iraq will likely come next week after the chief weapons inspec address the deeply divided Secu rity Council officials said Monday Ambassador John Negroponte said the United States expects a vote on its resolution quite soon after Hans and Mohamed ElBaradei update council Friday on Iraqs cooperation ln eliminating its nuclear chemical biological and longrange missile pro grams The sponsors of the resolution the United States Britain and Spain are allowed to call for a vote at any time The United States still doesnt have the nine yes votes needed to adopt the resolution according to supporters and opponents of the measure And even if it gets the nine votes France and Russia have not ruled out using their vetoes China is considered unlikely to veto the measure though it could abstain Healthcare professionals to get smallpox information WASHINGTON AP Information about smallpox and the vaccine to pre vent it is on its way to million health care professionals The mailing from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is meant to help doctors nurses and other clinicians recognize a case of smallpox should the disease appear Its also aimed at helping doctors advise patients about whether to be vaccinated Smallpox has not been seen in the United States since 1949 and routine vaccinations against the disease ended in 1972 But federal authorities now fear the virus could return in an act of bioterror Texas Lotto SATURDAY million 061322233345 WEDNESDAY million 0507141W24S Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New Braunfels TX 78130 830 6259144 fax 830 6251224 Doug Tomy Editor and Publisher Ext 201 Gary E Maitiand Managing Editor Ext 220 Heather Grant Business Manager Ext 202 Lisa Schnttor Composing Manager Ext 205 Henry Commercial Systems 6255232 Arnold Wiggins Production Manager 830 6255232 Courtney Abernathy Advertising Manager Ext 208 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 TODAY Contact Features Editor Brian Grant 6259144 ext 222 Community Events Happy Birthday to John Williams Sue Jo Boatright Stephanie Drewa Ashley Fktoter 16 Richard Ktesllng and Paul Gon zates Happy Anniversary to Kyle and Bonnie Engter To have a birthday or anniversary listed here call 6259144 NEW BRAUNFELS ISO TAKS grade 3 reading Texas Public Schools Week Seele Elementary Book Fair Memorial Intermediate Doughnuts for Dads NBISD Technology Committee The Education Center library 35 Memorial Intermediate PTA meeting and fourthgrade music program Senior Citizens Prom Canyon High School 68 NBHS orientation meeting for current 8th graders with last names beginning with MZ commons 7 Carl Schurz Elementary PTA board meeting COMAL ISO TAKS grade 3 reading Senior Citizens Prom Canyon High Schools cafetorium 68 DEC parent round table Hive Music ROLLIN ON THE RIVER An Oldies Saloon and Grill FM 306 and 2673 Canyon Lake 830 9073535 Tuesdays Dinner and a movie TAVERN IN THE GRUENE 830 Gruene Road 830 6080438 never a cover Today Songwriters Open Mic hosted by Rivertrains Jerry and Sam 8 Klubs and Events THE NEW CENTURY LIONS CLUB meets on the first and third Tuesdays of the month at Adobe Verde in Gruene COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CEN TRAL TEXAS at 300 Laurel Lane hosts lunch for those 60 years and older in the Laurel Plaza Community Room from to noon Monday through Friday Suggested donation is Call Rita at 6291751 to make reserva tions 24 hours in advance THE NEW BRAUNFELS ROTARY CLUBEVENING meets Tuesdays at the New Braunfels Smoke House THE NEW BRAUNFELS TOASTMASTERS meet from 7 to Tuesdays at the Summit Center 2405 Interstate 35 S For infor mation call 6206350 SOCIAL SERVICES OF GUADALUPE VAL LEY HOSPITAL offers free grief support groups at every first and third Tuesday of the month at Guadalupe Valley Hospital 1215 E Court Street in Seguin Sessions are free and confidential Call 830 40117348 for information Photo submitted Fourthgrader Lauren Burkhart center will represent Seele Elementary at the Texas Library Association conference April 3 in Houston One student from each of the 10 TLA regions is selected to attend the luncheon where the author of the winning Texas Bluebonnet Award book is the keynote speaker According to Seele Librarian Kathy Lamon Lauren Burkhart was one of five students who read all 20 books on the Bluebonnet list Others who read all 20 books were Larissa Ulbrich Jack Rhoades Samantha Allen and Kylie Blair not The Texas Bluebonnet Award is designed to encourage children to read more books explore a variety of current books develop powers of discrimination and identify their favorite books Children who have read five or more books are eligible to vote in January for their favorite book The author of the book receiving the most votes statewide is the winner of the Texas Bluebonnet Award The winning author this year is Ruth Sanderson who wrote The Golden Mare the Firebird and the Magic AARP TAXAIDE is providing free tax prepara tion and Efiling for basic tax returns from 1 to 5 Tuesdays at the Comal County Senior Center until April 15 Bring supporting paperwork and last years tax return THE GERMAN AMERICAN SOCIETY meets today at the American Legion Post FM 482 New Braunfels For information contact Manfred Heymann 6270811 LA VERNIA HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION meets at 7 today at Brahan Lodge Call 830 9473194 for information NEW BRAUNFELS LODGE 1109 has scheduled an open meeting at today for presentation of the Lamar Award of Excellence in Education to two students and two teachers in the New Braunfels and Comal School District at 1157 W San Antonio Street Call 6096642 for information Uleads up WEDNESDAY NEW BRAUNFELS INTERAGENCY COUNCIL meets at noon Wednesday at the New Braunfels Senior Citizen center The pro gram will be an open forum for members to dis cuss current program and client issues Call 625 6291 for information THE NEW BRAUNFELS RETIRED TEACHERS ASSOCIATION meets at Wednesday in the NBISD Central Office Board Room 430 W Mill Street Carol Edgett discuss es Emergency Planning for Comal Call 6092716 for information SKAT TOURNAMENT is scheduled at 7 Wednesday at the American Legion Post No 35 in Solms Last weeks winners at the Germania Bowling Club in Zuehl were Leroy Friesenhahn Lester Wahl James Stofte Henry Rusch Vemon Schultz and Kent Michaels THURSDAY AMERICAN RED CROSS presents CPR Recertification from 1 to 5 Thursday Cost is Call the branch office at 6089876 TEXAS ARMED GUARD ASSOCIATION conducts a reunion Thursday through Saturday in Fredericksburg at the Sunday House Inn Former guardsmen are to be remembered Call 8002743762 for information SWT GREATER SAN MARCOS ALUMNI CHAPTER hosts lunch from to Thursday at Logans Roadhouse Local golf pros Jen Back and Sand Hamm to give pointers on your golf game No reservations are required Call 2452371 for information A NOON BOOK REVIEW is scheduled Thursday at the New Braunfels Public Library Jane Goodner will discuss Song of Survival Women Interned by Helen Weather Texas weather Tuesday March 4 forecast or daytime conditions forecast Digest V San Antonio Browns Inc Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tstorms Rain Flurries Snow Ic TODAY Cloudy Highs mid 60s Rain Drizzle S winds 10 to 15 Extended outlook TONIGHT Cloudy Lows lower 50s Rain None SE winds 5 to 10 Water flows Edwards Aquifer ft Comal River 442 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 861 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 200 cfs Canyon Dam lake level ft above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water million gallons Wednesday Mostly cloudy Areas of fog Mimic and drizzle in the morning Highs in the ruHCI1 WUHW upper 60s Wednesday night Cloudy Chance of showers and thunderstorms Lows in the upper 40s Chance of precipita tion 30 percent Thursday Partly cloudy Highs near 70 Friday Mostly cloudy Occasional drizzle and widespread fog through midmorning A chance of showers and thunderstorms mainly in the evening Lows in the mid 50s Highs in the mid 60s Saturday Mostly cloudy Mountain Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel Arrests Law enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following between Feb 28 and March 3 Hortencia F Camllo 20 New Braunfels no drivers license failure to dri vers license Lana G Claybrook 39 New Braunfels theft by check between and Sandra R Dennis 45 Canyon Lake driving while intoxicated Ramiro Esquivel 51 New Braunfels no safety belt failure to appear Maria I Floras 44 New Braunfels ag gravated assault with a deadly ly member Charles M Forsberg 51 Canyon Lake sexual assault delivery of a controlled substance to a minor Travis C Fox 19 Seguin commit to revoke while intoxicated Gabriel Gomez 30 New Braunfels failure to while license sus pended J Carmen Gonzalez 18 New Braunfels public intoxication possession of less than 28 grams of a controlled sub stance penalty group 3 Tony J Greene 24 New Braunfels dri ving while license suspended Chad D Griffin 34 Jourdanton com while intoxicated Dianna L Haines 27 San Antonio theft by check Damenion 0 Jones 24 San Marcos no drivers license Jerry L Laxon 55 Canyon Lake com of marijuana Juan J Lopez 46 New Braunfels pub lic intoxication Patricia L Mayland 40 Bulverde motion to revoke while intoxicated motion to revoke to animals Amarentha R McKesson 23 Austin to proceed with adju of marijuana Curtis Q McWilliams III 47 New Braunfete driving while intoxicated Anna P Mitchell 34 Canyon Lake assault causing bodily injury to a family member Louis R Paul 57 Spring Branch driv ing while intoxicated William E Rodenberg 21 San Marcos theft by check between and Brett L Rogers 32 Lytle failure to appear failure to maintain financial responsibility no valid drivers license Jaime A Rosiles 42 New Braunfels interfering with emergency communication Heather M Ruiz 25 New Brauntels failure to trespass failure to to motion to revoke of less than 1 gram of a controlled substance Macario J Sauceda 24 New Braunfels violation of promise to appear theft under Thomas J Saunders 36 Wimberiey speeding 86 mph in a 60 mph zone Donald E Seeger 44 Canyon Lake driving while intoxicated Laura M Stevens 38 Martindale motion to revoke by check between and Michael B Taylor 41 Canyon Lake to revoke ving while license suspended Philip J Walkovak III 27 Canyon Lake assault causing bodily injury to family mem ber Daryt A Wiseman 30 La Vemia public intoxictUon   

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