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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 17, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page2A HERAUZEnUNG April World Briefly US terror alert lowered to yellow WASHINGTON AP The Bush administration lowered the terror alert level from orange to yellow Wednesday saying the end of heavy fighting in Iraq has diminished the threat of terrorism in the United States It was unclear whether the height ened alert had prevented any terrorist attacks officials said A number of security measures around the country will be relaxed officials at the Department of Homeland Security said For example the federal Operation Liberty the code name for security measures keyed specifically to the war on Iraq will be termi nated It called for National Guard or state police to be posted at nuclear power plants and other critical facili ties Still a significant threat remains officials said The new yellow level marks an ele vated risk of terrorist attacks It is the middle level on the fivetier dan ger scale The old level orange signi fies a high risk and is the second highest level American troops accused of shooting more Iraqis MOSUL Iraq AP Marines traded more gunfire with residents of Iraqs thirdlargest city Wednesday marking the second straight day of violence in a place that may be a bell wether for the newly occupied coun try Hospital officials said a total of 17 people were killed and 18 wounded during civil disturbances over the two days The Central Command said its troops were involved in a gun battle Tuesday but had no immediate comment on Wednesdays events Hospitals said 14 people died Tuesday while officers put the death toll around seven Three more Iraqis were reported fatally shot Wednesday and 17 wounded They are killing us and no ones talking about Zahra Yassin said at a hospital with her wounded son We want Saddam back At least there was Wednesdays shooting apparently began with an attempt by police to drive looters away from the Central Bank Texas Lotto SATURDAY million 91822262731 WEDNESDAY million 043337414549 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 Schreler Composing Manager Ext 205 firstname.lastname@example.org Henry Coello Commercial Systems 6255232 hcoello Arnold Wiggins Production Manager 830 6255232 email@example.com Courtney Abernathy Advertising Manager Ext 208 firstname.lastname@example.org 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 Community Events Happy Birthday to Kalyn Curry 18 Aimee Fiedler 12 Amy Winburn 23 Suzte Hartman and Travis Cantu 7 Happy Anniversary to Paul and Olivia Gonzalez 32 To have a birthday or anniversary listed here call 6259144 NEW BRAUNFELS ISO Lamar Primary volunteer breakfast in library Memorial Intermediate honor assembly for fifth grade Lone Star visited by bunny Memorial Primary dual lan guage parent orientation 1 Memorial Intermediate honor assembly for fourthgraders Memorial Primary Child Development Study Team 4 COMALISD Spring Break Klubs and Events COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS at 300 Laurel Lane hosts lunch for those 60 and older from to noon Monday through Friday in the Laurel Plaza Community Room Suggested donation is Call 6291751 to make reservations 24 hours in advance Free transporta tion to site to eat Thursday is Bingo with prizes FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES host smokefree bingo at 7 Thursdays at 207 E South St in New Braunfels MARION ISO COMMUNITY LIBRARY hosts storytime for chil dren ages 3 and 4 at 10 am Thursdays at the library THE NEW BRAUNFELS ELKS LODGE 2279 meets at at the Elks Lodge on the first and third Thursdays of each month For infor mation call 6255217 DAVID The Gruene Merchants Association and Vicky with Action Photos will host an Easter fundraising event for the New Braunfels Childrens Museum during the special Easter Gruene Market Days Saturday and Sunday where children can have their pictures taken with Cowboy Bunny as well as participate in coloring activites Pictured helping Cowboy Bunny is Samantha Pehl THE KIWANIS CLUB meets at noon Thursdays at Ryans Steak House The public is invited For information call 6094764 CANYON LAKE NOON LIONS meets at noon the first and third Thursdays at the Canyon Lake Golf Club EAGLES AUXILIARY NO 2999 conducts an ongoing quilting ses sion from am to today at the hall Call for information ST ANNS CHRISTIAN MOTH ERS SOCIETY of Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church meets at today at the Knights of Columbus Hall Call 830 557 5084 THE NEW BRAUNFELS ASTRONOMY CLUB meets at 7 today in the Public Library Meteor Showers will be discussed Call 6205114 for information Up FRIDAY THE NEW BRAUNFELS ELKS LODGE hosts its second annual golf tournament Friday at Landa Golf Course Entry fee is per golfer All proceeds benefit Elks Club charities Call 6255217 THE ROCK HILL GOSPEL CHURCH presents Donnie Sneed in a family variety show beginning Friday The shows begin with dinner at 7 Wednesday through Saturday nights Costjs and the church is located at between exits 178 and 180 off Interstate 35 For information call 6263700 SATURDAY NEW BRAUNFELS MODEL RAILROAD JAMBOREE spon sored by the New Braunfels Historic Railroad and Modelers Society is scheduled from 9 am to 5 Saturday at the New Braunfels Civic Center Tickets are for adults and for children younger than 18 FIESTA BIRD MART a celebra tion of the joy of pet birds is sched uled from 9 to 5 Saturday at the Live Oak Civic Center 8101 Pat Booker Road Admission is for adults and free for children younger than 12 Call 6570069 MONDAY TEXAS AGGIE MUSTER honor ing all Texas Aggies who passed away within the last year is sched uled at 6 Monday at the New Braunfels Civic Center All former and current students their families and friends of Texas University are welcome Call 830 9072151 for information THE ONE2ONE PROGRAM of New Braunfels Independent School District is looking for current and for mer graduates that were students in the HOSTS program These people will be honored at the annual break fast May 20 If you are a former stu dent contact 7083075 or email@example.com by Monday APRIL 25 CHURCH WOMEN OF COMAL COUNTY has scheduled the spring luncheon to benefit the Share Our Sustenance Food Bank in New Braunfels at noon April 25 at the First Protestant Church Family Life Center Tickets are able at the door Bring a canned food item Call 6256774 Weather Thursday April 17 forecast or daytime conditions temperatures COLO im forecast Digest Water flows I Midland jrownsvllle 2003 AccuWeather Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tstorms Rain Flurries Snow Ice TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows lower 60s Rain none SEwind 10 mph Via Associated Press Arrests List TODAY Mostly sunny Highs upper 80s Rain none Ewind 10mph outlook Friday Mostly cloudy Highs in the mid to upper 80s Friday night Mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers and thun derstorms Lows in the lower to mid 60s Saturday Cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms Highs in the lower to mid 80s Sunday Partly cloudy and breezy Lows in the upper 50s Highs in the upper 70s Monday Partly cloudy Lows in the upper 50s Highs in the lower 80s Tuesday Mostly cloudy Highs in the mid 80s Lows in the mid 60s Edwards Aquifer ft Comal River 409 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 471 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 200 cfs Canyon Dam lake level ft above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water Well water Pollen counts Mulberry Cottonwood grass Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel Law enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following between April115 and April 16 Richard L Bustos 47 New Braunfels theft between and Brenda E Esquivel 24 Blanco speed ing 97 mph in a 65 mph zone failure to maintain financial responsibility failure to appear Eric J Flores 17 Canyon Lake assault causing bodily injury to family member Sheila H Hardeman 42 San Antonio driving while license suspended failure to maintain financial responsibility Kenneth W Jackson 42 Spring Branch dog running at large 5 no vaccinations 3 Kimberiy D Jackson 38 La Vernia to by check between and Jose G Juarez 34 New Braunfels failure to of court motion for enforcement of child support Matthew J Jungman 20 Spring Branch driving under the influence of Mark A Langley 41 San Antonio oper ating an unregistered motor vehicle viola tion of promise to appear Matthew 0 Parker 20 evading with vehicle minor in pos session of alcoholic beverage driving under the influence of Heath Raley 27 Canyon Lake public intoxication Goldman A Rozas 38 Canyon Lake possession of between 1 and 4 grams of a controlled substance penalty group 1 contempt 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