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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 9, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas 2A Maroh TOD Iraq calls on to lift economic sanctions BAGHDAD Iraq AP Embolden ed by the latest weapons inspectors report Iraq on Saturday called on the United Nations to remove crippling sanctions and ban weapons of mass destruction in the entire Middle East and eventually in the United States Iraq resumed destroying banned Al Samoud 2 missiles under supervi sion Saturday In the past week Iraq has destroyed 40 of its 100 Al Samoud 2 missiles It also has been destroying equipment used to make them Reports to the Security Council on Friday by chief inspector Hans Blix and chief nuclear inspector Mohammed ElBaradei praised Iraqs recent compli ance But inspectors also questioned Iraqs motivation as it began to give the inspectors what they wanted only when the threat of war became imme diate Europe watches Malta vote on joining EU VALLETTA Malta AP fiercely independent Malta voted Saturday on whether to join the Euro pean Union the first such referendum among 10 nations invited to join the bloc next year The referendum coincides with grow ing skepticism across Europe about EU expansion and true to Maltas hotly contested politics opinion polls before the vote showed the Maltese closely divided over membership Handcounting of the ballots cast on sthe Mediterranean archipelagos three inhabited islands where some were eligible to vote and the complication of having to ferry some of ballot boxes to the capital Valletta meant results of the referendum were before Sunday afternoon AlQaida could attack allied forces in Iraqi war WASHINGTON AlQaida oper are planning to strike at and allied forces taking part in a war in according to information acquired by American intelligence agencies counterterrorism officials said Saturday The operatives are subordinates of Abu Musab Zarqawi whom CIA offi cials describe as a senior associate of Osama bin Laden Some are in Bagh dad others are elsewhere in Iraq the officials said Texas Lotto Lottery results can be found in the Business Section Page 6B 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 Maltland Managing Editor Ext 220 firstname.lastname@example.org Heather Grant Business Manager Ext 202 email@example.com Lisa Schraler Composing Manager Ext 205 firstname.lastname@example.org Henry Coello Commercial Systems 6255232 email@example.com Arnold Wiggins Production Manager 830 6255232 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 Donna Bevll Connie Wenzel Larry Hopkins Helen Morales Felicia Floras 15 years and Francis Cantu Birthday Wishes March 10 to Ashley Bevll 14 Rene Alvarado Paul Gonzales Reece Rodriguez and Ellanna Phillips Happy Anniversary to Billy and Linda Yeats March To have a birthday or anniver sary listed here call 6259144 NEW BRAUNFELS ISO MondayFriday Spring break Hive Music CHEATHAM STREET WARE HOUSE 119 Cheatham San Marcos 512 3533777 Mondays Cheatham Street AllStar Monday Night Jam Band GRUENE HALL 1281 Gruene Road 6061281 Today Gospel Brunch with a Texas Twist tickets required Today 19th Texas Summer Nights 3 to ROLLIN ON THE RIVER An Oldies Saloon and Grill FM 306 and 2673 Canyon Lake 830 9073535 Today Pool tournament from SAENGERHALLE 255 Saen gerhalle Road 625HALL 4255 Mondays Songwriters Night Hosted By Jeff Plankenhom 8 to midnight TAVERN IN THE GRUENE 830 Gruene Road 830 6080438 Never a cover Today Bluegrass Nibblers with Jeff Plankenhom 6 Monday Big Bamboo with Big 8 UPTOWN PIANO BAR 295 E San Antonio 6207600 Today and Monday Steve Palmer Mllubs and Events i THE SMITHSON VALLEY MIDDLE SCHOOL conducts its annual fajita from 1 to 4 today Plates are and you will enjoy an outdoor concert along with a silent auction Call 8851230 for more information THE GOOD SHEPHERD EVANGELICAL CHURCH of Geronimo conducts its monthly carryin dinner after the worship service today The church is located at 910 Timmermann Monday Cost is for museum members for nonmembers Learn to make kites at the muse um programming room 386 W San Antonio Call 6200939 for information PROJECT GRADUATION CANYON HIGH SCHOOL meets at 7 Monday in Room 54 of the high school Help is needed with the Sundance Golf Tourna ment fundraiser Call 6089215 for information photo submitted Three fourthgraders from Rebecca Creek Elementary north of Canyon Lake and in the Comal Independent School District brought horne the gold from the Girlstart ROBOBLAST 2003 contest spon sored by National Instruments in Austin The three from left Tiffany Tschoepe Kafflyn Brown and Alison Salmon competed against eight other fourthand fifthgrade teams to build a Legos robot that maneu vered through an obstacle course Their teacher is Susan Cohen Girlstart is a nonprofit organization created to educate and empower girls in math science and technology Lane just off highway 123 Call 6250442 for information FIRST PROTESTANT CHURCH sponsors a blood drive from to today at the church Conducted by the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center Call Risa at 6430088 for informa tion GALLERY IN THE VILLAGE OF BULVERDE conducts an artists reception from 2 to today featuring the works of wood artist Don Bommer and painter David Moad Guests are asked to provide a donation to the gallerys art scholarship fund The Gallery in The Village is locat ed at 2295 Bulverde Road in Bulverde THE 2003 JOHANN HEINRICH GLENEWINKEL reunion is sched uled at 11 today at Albert Kypher Lodge Clear Springs Bring vegetable ordessert items for auction Call 3034140 for THE PILOT CLUB OF CAN YON LAKE meets the first Mon day of the month at at Tye Preston Memorial Library Call 9643715 for information SMOKEFREE BINGO takes place at for early birds and for regular games Monday at the Knights of Columbus Hall HAND IN HAND is scheduled Mondays from to noon through May 12 excluding Monday holidays at the Childrens Museum in New Braunfels Call 830 6200930 for information THE LOWIMPACT DANCE AEROBICS CLASS takes place at Mondays Wednes days and Fridays at Seele Parish House The class consists of a cardiovascular workout strength training with light weights stretch ing and relaxation For information call 6259295 THE COMAL COUNTY GENE ALOGY SOCIETY meets at 7 Monday at the New Braunfels Library 700 E Common Street Lynn Thompson will demonstrate using the Internet in researching genealogy Guests are welcome Call 830 6060740 for informa tion THE FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES AUXILIARY NO 2999 Presidents Club meets at 6 Monday at Paf s Place Marsha Kiesling is hostess THE COMAL COUNTY AGGIE MOMS meet at 7 Monday at the county Extension office 132 S Water Lane Election of officers will be conducted A boutique workshop will follow You Jont need to be able to sew to partici pate Call 6290539 for informa tion THE CHILDRENS MUSEUM in New Braunfels hosts a Family Fun Learning Night from to 7 TUESDAY KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS FOURTH DEGREE ASSEMBLY 1791 meeting is scheduled for Tuesday Call 6257004 for information WEDNESDAY THE COMAL COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW is from to 10 Wednesday atthe Civic Center 390 S Seguin in New Braunfels Featured artists are Kayleen Walker Artie Morris and Bobby Eatherton Doors open at 6 Cover is Barbecue din ners and sandwiches are avail able Profits benefit the senior center Call 6064547 for informa tion FOUR SEASONS GARDEN CLUB hosts A Spring Flower Show from 10 to noon Wednesday at Oak Tree Assisted Living Student members of the Garden Club of Seele Elementary will display plants they have grown Residents will display horti cultural items they have done The public is invited Call 6250435 for information SKAT TOURNAMENT is at 7 Wednesday at the Sports mans Club The winners from the March 5 tournament held are as follows Bob Maxwell Kent Michaels Chester Boenig Wesley Smithers Russell Krueger James Stolte Bemie Krebsbach and Jim Leissner THURSDAY EAGLES AUXILIARY NO 2999 conducts an ongoing quilting ses sion from to Thursday at the hall The local HOME ECONOMIST CHAPTER of the American Asso ciation of Family and Consumer Sciences meets at am Thursday at Casarita Restaurant 2895 Thousand Oaks For infor mation call 6557301 or 3258051 CIBOLO NATURE CENTER groundbreaking ceremony has been scheduled for 11 Thurs day at the Center Celebration kicks off construction of new edu cation facility Call 830 2494616 Weather forecast for daytime conditions temperatures S tOTGCBSl Digest TODAY Mostly cloudy Highs upper 60s Rain None NE winds 10 to 15 Extended outlook TONIGHT Mostly cloudy Lows mid 50s Rain Slight chance East winds 10mph Water flows Edwards Aquifer ft Comal River 433 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 778 cfs Canyon Dam outflow cfs Canyon Dam lake level ft above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water million gallons Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tstorms Rain Flurries Snow Associated Press Monday Mostly cloudy Slight chance of fc DeMon rnunk drizzle or light rain Highs near 70 Chance rMW of precipitation 20 percent Monday night Mostly cloudy Slight chance of drizzle or light rain Lows in the mid 50s Chance of precipitation 20 percent Tuesday Partly cloudy Slight chance of showers Highs in the lower 70s Chance of precipitation 20 percent Wednesday Mostly cloudy Chance of showers Lows in mid 50s Highs in the lower 70s Thursday Mostly cloudy Chance of showers Lows in mid 50s Highs mid 70s Mountain Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel DONT PAY MORE BUY Now SAVE BIG 2OO2FOCUS4DR LX 2O03 MUSTANG 2003 TAURUS 4DR SC 2003 CROWN VICTORIA THUNDLRUIKD OPEN NiiEW CARS AMO TRUCKS 8306068011
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