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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 29, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HERAUZEITUNG Sunday June World Briefly American soldiers bodies found death toll rises BAGHDAD Iraq AP days of intense searching by ground and air forces on Saturday found the bodies of two soldiers missing north of Baghdad as the toll of American dead since the start of war topped the grim milestone of 200 Also Saturday British forces were greeted peacefully as they returned to a southern Shiite town where six of their troops were killed in clashes And the military announced small rebuilding projects ranging from the delivery of school and medical supplies to the restoration of power and water in several Iraqi towns Bush adviser meets with Palestinian prime minister JERICHO West Bank AP Seeking to advance a peace plan National Security Adviser Condoleezza Rice held talks with the Palestinian prime minister Saturday a day ahead of an expected truce Announcement by Palestinian militants Prime Minister Mahmoud Abbas in his fourhour meeting with Rice in the West Bank city of Jericho pressed demands for the release of political pris oners held by Israel a full withdrawal of Israeli troops from Palestinian terri tories and a freeze on Jewish settlement activity there Palestinian Cabinet Minister Yasser Abed Rabbo said Team questioned about missing basketball player WACO Texas AP Police have been questioning Baylor University basketball players in the disappear ance of a teammate who authorities fear may be a victim of homicide No body has been found but author ities say Patrick James Dennehy 21 hasnt been heard from in more than two weeks and his sport utility vehi cle turned up abandoned in a parking lot last week in Virginia with its license plates missing Investigators believe the 61Q 230 pound center may have been killed in the Waco area though authorities wouldnt say what led them to that Conclusion Texas Lotto SATURDAY j million f million 0206132142 Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New Braunfels TX 78130 6259144 fax 830 6251224 Doug Toney Editor and Publisher Ext 201 email@example.com Gary E Maitland 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 email@example.com Arnold Wiggins Production Manager 6255232 firstname.lastname@example.org Craig Pauling Circulation Manager Ext 228 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 Subscription rates for three months for Six months for one year The HeraldZeitung is published Tuesdays through Sundays Contact Features Editor Brian Grant 6259144 ext 222 Community Events Happy birthday to Paul E Perez June Mamie Menklng June 30 and Hannah Benjamin 14 years June Happy anniversary to Jonathan and Bonnie Rath 1 to Sllverio J and Lupe Gonzales 56 years and to Willie and Isabel Meckel 40 To have a birthday or anniver sary listed here call 6259144 and Events SMOKEFREE BINGO takes place at for early birds and for regular games Monday at the Knights of Columbus Hall THE LOWIMPACT DANCE AEROBICS CLASS takes place at am Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays at Seele Parish House The class consists of a cardiovascu lar workout strength training with light weights stretching and relax ation For information call 6259295 DER GEMISCHTER CHOR HARMONIE rehearses every Monday from 7 to 9 at the Eden Home Friendship Room Call Roy Knippa at 6295942 for information ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meets at noon and 8 Monday through Saturday and 11 and 8 Sunday at the 24hour Club 1142 Eikel St All meetings are open Call 6250057 for information THE DANVILLE SCHOOL REUNION is scheduled from 3 to 7 today at the Forke Store in Conservation Plaza Bring sand wiches chips and desserts Drinks will be furnished Call Andy Marbach at 830 3035305 or Nell Hoffman at 210 3427078 for information HOPE HOSPICE TRAINING applications are now being accept ed for the June 28 through July 29 class to be held on Saturdays from 9 to 3 Call Mary Pendergast at 8004997501 for information File photo A patriotic parade and program takes place from 9 to 11 July 4 on Main Plaza A fireworks display will take place after dark at Landa Park on July 4 For information call the Sophienburg Museum at 6291572 Meads Up TUESDAY A JOINT BIRTHDAY CELE BRATION takes place from 8 to midnight Tuesday at Calahans Pub 194 W San Antonio St The band Good Grief plays at 8 and Liift plays at For information call 8221851 WEDNESDAY A FREE JOB FAIR hosted by U S Rep Ron Paul is sched uled from 4 to 7 Wednesday at the SeguinGuadalupe County Coliseum 810 S Guadalupe St in Seguin Call 512 7535553 for information THE NEXT SKAT TOURNA MENT takes place at 7 Wednesday at Comal Post 35 in Solms Winners last week were Jim Leissner Kent Michaels Henry Rusch James C Stolte Lester Wahl and Vernon Zunker THURSDAY NEW BRAUNFELS MUSEUM OF ART AND MUSIC SUMMER MUSIC SERIES presents Michael OConnor Karen Abrahams South Paw Jones and Richard Bowden at 7 Thursday at 1259 Gruene Road in Gruene Admission is chil dren admitted free Call 625 5636 for information FRIDAY THE 36TH ANNUAL FREEDOM FIESTA sponsored by the Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce is scheduled beginning at 5 Friday through Saturday in down town Seguin Friday features food booths beer garden family enter tainment and a free street dance For information call 18005807322 SATURDAY BLOOD DRIVE conducted by the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center is scheduled from 6 to 8 Saturday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help 138 W Austin St For information call Esperanza Campos at 6253534 BLOOD DRIVE conducted by the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center is scheduled from 9 to July 6 at St Paul Lutheran Church 181 S Santa Clara For information call Becky Voges at 62591 91 JULYS THE COMAL COUNTY GENEALOGY SOCIETY plans a field trip beginning at July 8 to the Kneupper Chapel St Joseph Church the Neugabauer Chapel and St John Walzem Chapel Meet at First Methodist Church Mill Street side at bring a lunch drinks and wear comfortable shoes Call 625 3075 for information LUNCH AND LEARN SEMINARS hosted by the Chamber of Commerce Business Advisory Committee presents Mike Reyes UTSA Small Business Development Center on Building a Powerful Marketing from to July 8 at Honors Hall Cost is for members for non members Call 6252385 ONGOING THE 2003 COMAL COUNTY FAIR QUEENS contest invites girls starting their junior year in any Comal County high school to be contestants The contest will be at Sept 21 in Canyon High School Cafetorium For information call Shirley at 6293528 or 6254279 Jo Marie at 6430455 or Jill at 9143955 Weather Digest Sunday June 29 orecast tor daytime conditions Hodays forecast Austin San Antonio I Brownsville 2003 AccuWeather Inc Sunny PI Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tslorms Rain Flurries Snow Ice TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows lower 70s Rain none E winds 5 mph TODAY Partly cloudy Highs mid 90s Rain none E winds 10 mph outJook Monday Partly cloudy Highs in the lower 90s Tuesday Partly cloudy Lows in the lower 70s Highs in the mid 90s Wednesday Partly cloudy Slight chance of showers and thunderstorns Lows in the lower 70s Highs in the mid 90s Independence Day Partly cloudy Lows in the lower 70s Highs in the mid 90s Via Associated Press Water flows Edwards Aquifer ft Comal River 365 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 223 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 310 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 Mllltarif AnnrPriatinn ACTIVE MILITARY PERSONNEL nlllUaiy NATIONAL GUARD COAST GUARD RESERVIST AND RETIREES WHO OOllllS IfaSIl ARE RESIDENTS OP THE USA F 1 50 REG CAB SPORT 2003 F 150 REG CAB FLARESIDE I 2O03 F 1 50 SUPERCAB XLT 2gO3F ISO SUPERCREW 2OO3 F 1 5O SUPERCREW 4x4 M STOCK AV OPEN NEW QARS AND TRUCKS 8306068011
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