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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 14, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HfcRAlJ2ElTUNG Saturday June TODAY Contact Features Editor Brian Grant 6259144 ext 222 World Briefly Death roll rising in IraqiAmerican battle BALAD Iraq Iraqis hiding in a thicket of reeds attacked a tank column igniting a fierce battle that drew in Apache helicopters and Bradley armored vehicles Twentyseven Iraqis were killed Friday raising to 100 the number of antiAmerican fighters slain in a operation to hunt down Saddam Hussein supporters Its the biggest military opera tion since Saddams regime fell in April Staged by the 3rd and 4th Infantry Divisions the fighting follows the strategy of luring opposition holdouts into the open where their assault rifles and rocket launchers are no match for American forces equipped with com puterized weaponry and heavy armor Israel widening its campaign against Hamas JERUSALEM AP Despite appeals to break a cycle of attack and counterattack Israel broadened its campaign against Palestinian mili tants Friday saying it will strike political as well as military leaders who target Israel with terrorism In new attacks against Hamas on Friday the sixth and seventh in four days Israel killed an operative of the group in a missile attack in Gaza City and three hours later fired rockets at a building just a block from the home of Hamas founder Sheik Ahmed Yassin Secretary of State Colin Powell called for restraint by all sides but he emphasized it was important to halt strikes in order to stop the cycle of violence Militants security officers clash in Irans city streets TEHRAN Iran AP Hundreds of procleric militants and security forces clashed with Iranians throughout the capital late Friday firing machine in the air and using tear gas and batons to put down public opposition to the countrys hardline regime The clashes were the most intense and widespread of four consecutive nights of clashes in Tehran which were sparked by university students and snowballed into broader displays of opposition to Irans clerical estab lishment Drop in producer prices brings prospect of deflation WASHINGTON AP threat of national deflation an economically dangerous longterm slide in prices rose anew Friday with a second monthly decline in wholesale costs The Federal Reserve is expected to shave interest rates this month to i guard against possibly worse problems The Labor Department reported j Friday that its Producer Price Index j which measures prices before they i reach consumers fell percent in May from April That decline followed a record percent plunge in wholesale prices registered from March to April Texas Lotto SATURDAY million 0506253144 27 BB WEDNESDAY million 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 i Gary E Maltland Managing Editor Ext 220 email@example.com Heather Grant Business Manager Ext 202 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information call 6255535 NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets at daily and at noon daily except Saturday at the 24hour club at 1142 Eikel HONEY CREEK MORNING GUIDED PARK TOURS take place at 9 Saturdays Meet at the Rust House inside the park wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather For information call 210 5206412 or 830 4382656 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meets at noon and 8 Monday through Saturday and 11 and 8 Sunday at the 24hour Club 1142 Eikel Street All meetings are open Call 6250057 for information AMERICAN RED CROSS pre sents First Aid CPR and Automatic External Defibrillation from to 5 today Cost is Call 6089876 to sign up and for information THE KJT Catholic Union of Texas meets at today at Krauses Cafe All members are encouraged to attend The public is invited to call Deniss Cook at 6065776 for information Uleads up SUNDAY NEW BRAUNFELS HERMANN SONS SCHOOL OF DANCE per forms Sunday in Jackson Auditorium Texas Lutheran University in Seguin Two perfor mances are scheduled Call 210 2269261 for information MONDAY YOUTH THEATRE CAMP is scheduled at the Brauntex Theatre Monday through June 21 with a performance at June 21 Cost is per child ages 8 to 15 years Contact Kortnee Lamarre at 6090710 THE CIRCUS sponsored by the Comal County Sheriffs Posse is scheduled for Monday at the Sheriffs Posse Arena and fea tures trained animals aerialists jug glers elephants clowns and more Tickets available at box office THE EVENING REPUBLICAN CLUB meets at 7 Monday at Kowloon Restaurant 950 FM 78 in Schertz Republican activist File photo Blue Edmondson will perform from 10 until noon June 21 in the Home Depot parking lot The con cert called Fans for Fans of Americana is part of the second annual SAFEhaven Summer Fan Drive New electric fans can be purchased for the drive at Home Depot or new fans can by dropped off at the New Brunfels Utilities main office Rod Cole will discuss the Delphi Technique commonly used to gen erate consensus on issues Call 830 3725331 for information LA LECHE of New BraUnfels meets at Monday at the New Braunfels Public Library 700 E Common Call 6267418 for information TUESDAY THE DIABETES EDUCATION AND SUPPORT GROUP meets from 2 to Tuesday at Cross Lutheran Church 2171 Common St Topic is Getting Ready for the Summer Skin Call Paula Morales at 629 8181 or Carol Schroeter at 627 0005 for information AMERICAN RED CROSS pre sents Shelter from 7 to 9 Tuesday Call the branch office at 6089876 for information or to sign up THE NEW BRAUNFELS AARP CHAPTER 1823 meets at Tuesday at the Comal County Senior Citizen Center on Landa Street Kathleen Greer county Extension agent for health educa tion will speak about prevention and wellness For information call 6094036 or 6271155 WEDNESDAY THE CANYON LAKE REPUBLICAN WOMEN meets at 10 Wednesday at the CRRC Activity Building in Sattler State Rep Carter Gasteel RNew Braunfels is the featured speaker The public is invited no reserva tions required Call 8997555 or 9354142 for information FRIDAY NARFE New Braunfels Chapter 0666 meets at 10 Friday at the Senior Citizen Center 655 Landa St Clyde BOoth will give a presentation on his trip to Mt Rushmore All retired and active federal employees and their guests are welcome Call 625 5382 for information JUNE 21 OLD SOLMS SCHOOL REUNION is scheduled from noon to 4 June 21 at Forke Store in Conservation Plaza 1300 Church St Bring sandwiches and a dessert to share Drinks will be furnished Call Robert Goebel at 6251466 or Mary Ann Woody at 6093124 for information AMERICAN RED CROSS New Braunfels Branch Babysitters Safety training from 9 to 3 June 21 Call 6089876 for information and to register Cost is BENEFIT CAR WASH is scheduled from 10 to 2 June 21 at the Elks Lodge park ing lot Proceeds benefit the hos pital for physically challenged children at Ottine Price is for cars for trucks and SUVs Call 6293602 for information HERITAGE BRIDAL COLLECTION presented by Dr Ann DuPont of UT is scheduled at 2 June 21 at the Quail Creek Country Club Texas 21 in San Marcos Proceeds will be donated to Childrens Cancer Charities Tickets available at Celebrations are Call 830 6294419 for information PRESERVE LAKE DUNLAP FUNDRAISING GALA is sched uled from 4 to June 21 at the Riverbend Clubhouse Enjoy live music ski show door prizes and childrens activities Admission is raffle tickets cost Call 6065626 for more information JUNE 22 GOODTIME POLKAWALTZ CLUB scheduled a dance with a performance by the Seven Dutchmen Orchestra from 2 to 6 June 22 at the Eagles Hall 257 E South St Call 6252265 for information JOHANN FRIEDRICH CHRISTOPH BRAUNE REUNION is scheduled for noon June 22 at the Comal County Sportsmans Club 252 S Kowald Lane All descendants are invited to attend and bring a meat dish veg etable dish or a salad and a dessert plus items for the auction and mem orabilia of interest For information call Ken Cargil 512 3538307 Irene Braune 830 3032422 Dorothy Schneider 830 6250592 or Connie Krause 830 6253075 LIGHTHOUSE FOR CHILDREN and representatives from area churches will visit local homes in an effort to recruit foster parents and will visit businesses to compile a coupon directory for area foster families These initia tives are called the Purple Pages and Light Card pro grams respectively For informa tion call 830 3031260 Weather Digest Saturday June 14 forecast for daytime conditions forecast o A Sin Antonio 2003 AccuWeather Inc Browntvllle Sunny Pt Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tstorms Rain Flurries Snow Ice TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows around 70 Rain 40 percent SEwind 10mph TODAY Mostly cloudy Highs lower 90s Rain 40 percent Swind 10mph Extended outiook Sunday Mostly cloudy A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms Highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s Monday Mostly cloudy Chance of showers and thunder storms Lows in the lower 70s Highs in the upper 80s Tuesday Partly cloudy Chance of showers and thunderstorms Lows in the lower 70s Highs around 90 Wednesday Partly cloudy Chance of showers and thunder storms Lows in the lower 70s Highs in the tower 90s Thursday Partly cloudy Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms Lows in the lower 70s Highs in the lower 90s Water flows Edwards Aquifer ft Comal River 364 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 325 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 227 cfs Canyon Dam lake level ft above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water not available Well water not available Pollen counts Provided courtesy of Dr Frank Hampel Arrests Law enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following between June 12 and 13 John C Cahill 31 unknown address burglary of a habitation intending other felony escape while arrested unauthorized use of vehicle evading with vehicle Kevin L Ceariey 34 Bartott failure to identify to peace officer Manrique De La Garza 51 New Braunfels drivers license insurance Alisandro L Floras III 26 Bulverde assault causing bodily injury to family member Ernest Garza 51 New Braunfels motion to revoke of less than 1 gram of a controlled substance penalty group 1 Bethany L Karulak 21 Boeme driving while intoxicated purchasing or furnishing alcohol to a minor Gloria A Martinez 43 Spring Branch assault causing bodily injury to family member Andrew P Moreno 38 New Braunfels assault causing bodily injury to family member speeding failure to maintain financial responsibility 2 Michael 0 Poggenpohl 27 Canyon Lake failure to appear failure to maintain financial responsibility failure to control speed Fabian M Wollney 31 New Braunfels speeding unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon
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