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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 24, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HERALDZEITUNG Thursday April TODAY Contact Features Editor Brian Grant 6259144 ext222 World Briefly Travelers warned away from Toronto Beijing TORONTO AP Global health officials warned travelers Wednesday to avoid Beijing and Tbronto where they might get the SARS virus and export it to new locations Canadian officials angrily said they would challenge the health advisory and declared their nations largest city still a safe Tbronto is the first location outside of Asia targeted in efforts to contain the disease In Beijing Chinese officials said all public schools would close Thursday for two weeks affecting million children Thousands of people trying to flee the outbreak packed the capi tal citys train station and airport The advisory which says any unnecessary travel to those locations should be postponed will be reviewed again in three weeks Dr David Heymann of the World Health Organization said Iraqs lifeblood of oil resumes with a trickle BASRA Iraq AP Engineers began restoring the lifeblood of Iraqs shattered economy Wednesday pumping crude oil for the first time since the war Although the oil is not for export the quick startup means one of Iraqs largest fields could be back to prewar production levels within weeks Brig Gen Robert Crear turned the tap at a storage facility outside the southern city of Basra and watched as slick black crude dribbled from the spigot and oozed between his fingers The meager flow sprang from just four of hundreds of wells in Iraqs southern oil heartland Once transformed into refined prod ucts such as fuel oil the petroleum will be distributed throughout the southern part of the country for use in vehicles power plants and genera tors officials from the Army Corps of Engineers said North Korea China talks under way BEIJING AP and North Korean negotiators took cau tious steps Wednesday toward resolv ing a standoff over the Norths sus pected nuclear weapons program ending six months of verbal sparring that pushed tensions on the Korean Peninsula to their highest level in years There was no immediate word of any progress with Assistant Secretary of State James Kelly leader of the American delegation saying only No words today thank But Secretary of State Colin Powell set the bar low saying no proposals would be made during the meetings which continue through Friday Texas Lotto SATURDAY million 040527323951 WEDNESDAY million 010211223233 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 Schreler Composing Manager Ext 205 email@example.com Henry Coello Commercial Systems 6255232 hcoello Arnold Wiggins Production Manager 830 6255232 firstname.lastname@example.org Craig Pauling Circulation Manager Ext 228 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 Lorle Hollowell Mary Gaytan Sebastian Alvarado David Redler Brenda Landrum Joseph Estrada 36 Maryline Jonas and Cynthia Arrellano Happy Anniversary to Nelson and Vesna Mora 17 To have a birthday or anniver sary listed here call 6259144 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 transportation 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 ISD COMMUNITY LIBRARY hosts storytime for chil dren ages 3 and 4 at 10 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 information call 6255217 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 to today at the hall Call 6293973 for information THE COMAL COUNTY WOMENS CENTER hosts A Taste of Italy benefit from 6 to 10 today at Johnny Carinos City and county officials will serve as shadow wait and bar staff There will be an auction for a pri vate wine tasting The event is sponsored in part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month and all proceeds benefit the Comal County Womens Center For information contact Shari Gelsone board of directors fundraising chair 6277317 CANYON LAKE COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE conducted by the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center is scheduled from 8 to 7 today atFranks Super market Call Irma Feibelman at 8992173 for information THE GUSTAV HOFFMAN CAMP NO 1838 Sons of Confederate Veterans meets at today at the New Braunfels Public Library 700 E Common St The program will be File Photo The New Braunfels Community Chorale was formed 24 years ago by people who loved to sing and wanted to share music with the citizens of New Braunfels Now it is made up of members from Canyon Lake Seguin and New Braunfels who rehearse Tuesday nights at Eden Home Friendship Room The group has two major concerts a year in spring and fall but also performs at Wassailfest and Eden Heights Ann Hair for her second year will direct and Jo Ann Lemmon for her 23rd year will accompany the chorale Sunday at the Brauntex Theater With the unsettling national and world conditions of the past few months the chorale wants to remind the community that America The program includes sacred music such as Butters All Things Bright and Beautiful and Choplins Music of the Patriotic songs include This is My Country and God Bless Show tunes from Fiddler On The Roof and Show Boat will round out the program The concert starts at 4 Tickets are available for at Johnson Furniture ChinanThings Brauntex or from chorale members followed by a short business meeting and public is invited Call 9052396 for information THE NEW BRAUNFELS MUL TIPLE SCLEROSIS SUPPORT GROUP meets at noon today at Ryans Family Steak House 485 Business 35 For information call Don at Meads Up FRIDAY CHURCH WOMEN OF COMAL COUNTY has scheduled the spring luncheon to benefit the Share Our Sustenance Food Bank in New Braunfels at noon Friday at the First Protestant Church Family Life Center Tickets are available at the door Bring a canned food item Call 6256774 for information SATURDAY AN AARP DRIVER SAFETY COURSE will be held at Saturday at the Canyon Lake Action Center at 1917 FM 2673 Sattler This refresher course is for all licensed drivers regardless of age Cost is Membership in AARP is not required to attend Certificate of completion of this eighthour course makes one eligi ble for an auto insurance discount To register early call 2324 Class size limited to 35 indi viduals For information call Bob Botcher at 830 4382839 THE FIFTH ANNUAL BARBECUE COOK OFF spon sored by the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce is sched uled from 10 to 9 at the River Valley RaftCompany on River Road in Canyon Lake Advanced tickets are Call 830 9642223 THE CIBOLO BOWLING CLUB 601 Main St in Cibolo conducts its annual Supper and Bowling Tournament Saturday and Sunday Old Timers compete at 10 and noon Saturday Pot bowling will be at and 9 Saturday and at 2 and Sunday Call 210 5667504 or FLOYD COLLINS SCHOLAR SHIP FUND BENEFIT sponsored by Smithson Valley FFA is sched uled from 6 to midnight Saturday at Anhalt Cost is for adults in advance at the gate Children 10 and younger are admitted free with purchase of one adult ticket Call 830 8855040 SUNDAY THE SCHUMANNSVILLE CEMETERY ASSOCIATIONS annual meeting is at 4 Sunday at the cemetery Bring lawnchairs For information call Victor Haecker at 6253028 MAY1 NEW BRAUNFELS CLASS OF 1993 10Year reunion will be con ducted at June 7 at John Newcombe Tennis Ranch Cost is before May 1 Information can be found online at or by calling Brandi at 830 6242650 MAY THE CANYON MUSIC BOOST ERS AWARD BANQUET is sched uled at May 7 at the New Braunfels Civic Center Dinner tick ets are adults students No tickets available at the door Call Belinda Loomis at 6201715 or 609 2687 for tickets and information ONGOING THE CITY OF NEW BRAUNFELS PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT offers various swim classes for area children Registration is on a first come firstserved basis and must be done in person For additional information call the Parks Office at 830 6082160 Weather Thursday April 24 forecast tor daytime conditions I forecast Digest Wichita Falls Austin T San Antonio Brownsville 2003 AccyWeajfier Inc Sunny PI Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tslorrns Rain Flurries Snow Ice TODAY Partly cloudy Highs upper 80s Rain slight Wwind 15mph outlook TONIGHT Mostly cloudy Lows mid 50s Rain none Wwind 10mph Water flows Edwards Aquifer ft Comal River 405 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 398 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 Wa Associated Friday Mostly clear Highs in the lower to fc Pollen COUnts mid 80s Saturday Mostly clear Lows in wwiw the lower 60s Highs in the mid 80s Sunday Patchy fog in the morning Partly cloudy Lows in the upper 60s Highs in the mid 80s Monday Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers Lows in the upper 60s Highs in the mid 80s Tuesday and Wednesday Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms Lows in the upper 60s Highs in the lower 80s Oak Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel Arrests Law enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following between April 21 and April 22 Shawn E Aaglan 36 Canyon Lake fail ure to by check between and Abel R Arredondo 46 Boeme speeding 62 mph in a 50 mph zone failure to Michael J Connor 21 San Antonio dri ving while license suspended 2 possession of less than 2 ounces of marijua na Bryan A Dunman 34 New Braunfels no safety belt failure to safety belt speeding mph in a 65 mph zone fail ure to maintain financial responsibility Armando Gutierrez 19 New Braunfels evading with vehicle Janie Noriega 48 New Braunfels failure to maintain financial responsibility Elizabeth A Perry 17 Spring Branch assault of a public servant resisting arrest search or transport public intoxication Preston Rfchey 23 Nocona failure to by check between and parole of services between and 2 Michelle S Rodriguez 20 Marion theft between and Amy M Upshaw 23 Canyon Lake pos session of between 4 ounces and 5 pounds of marijuana Crystal York 20 New Braunfels theft by check between and failure to maintain financial responsibility minor in pos session of an alcoholic beverage
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