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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 11, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas ge 2A HERALbZEifuNo July Contact Features editor Brian 6559144 222 Worid Briefly US troops could be in Iraq four years from now WASHINGTON AP troops could still be in Iraq four years from the wars former commander told members of Congress concerned about deadly The number of troops in Iraq probably wont decline significantly from the current until some time next Tommy Franks said The kinds of hitandrun attacks that killed two American sol diers Wednesday will he We need to not develop an expecta tion that all of these difficulties will go away in one month or two months or three Franks told the House Armed Services I anticipate well be involved in Iraq in the Franks added Whether that means two years or four I dont President Bush also asked for patience saying the United States would have to remain tough in Iraq despite the attacks that Franks said were coming at a rate of 10 to 25 per Bush vows to help Botswana fight HIV Botswana AP President Bush pledged to the nation with the worlds highest AIDS infection rate that it will have a strong partner in his administration in fighting the You will not face this enemy he said Bushs remarks were greeted with chants of Tula which means all good things in But even as he was delivering the his fiveyear AIDS program was being trimmed in officials acknowledged even with aggressive prevention and treatment programs progress in turning the tide against the disease has been More than 38 percent of Botswanas adult population is infected with the virus that causes Although Bush described Botswana as being in the forefront of African countries in dealing with the the nations infection rate has been level since Botswanas President Festus Mogae has set in motion a program to provide free AIDS medicines to all who need That program is funded in part by the Bill and Melinda Gates Texas Lotto SATURDAY million 0809121923 41 WEDNESDAY million Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher email@example.com Gary Managing Editor firstname.lastname@example.org Heather Business Manager email@example.com Lisa Composing Manager firstname.lastname@example.org Henry Commercial Systems email@example.com Arnold Production Manager 830 firstname.lastname@example.org Craig Circulation Manager email@example.com Courtney Advertising Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For classified call 6259144 215 For display call 6259144 For engagement and anniversary call 6259144 For missed or late call 6259144 Community Events Happy birthday to Chrlsta Crumrlme 13 Greg Schmidt 44 Jim Lowrle July Ski Happy anniversary to Bodo and Vivian Dieted and Christ and Heidi Morton 16 To have a birthday or anniver sary listed call MJhbs and Events THE LOWIMPACT DANCE AEROBICS CLASS takes place at today at Seele Parish The class consists of a cardiovascular strength training with light stretch ing and For call KAFFEE KLATSCH bereave ment support group meets from 10 am to am For infor call ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meets at and 8 today at the 24hour 1142 Eikel All meetings are Call 6250057 for informa COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS at 300 Laurel Lane hosts lunch for those 60 years and older in the Laurel Plaza Community Room from to noon Suggested donation is Call Rita at 6291751 to make reserva THE COMAL COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER hosts a Quackers and Cheese with happy hour beginning at today at the 655 Landa Tickets are Call THE NEW BRAUNFELS HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1942 Photo submitted Parri Sypersma and Linda Bateman display two of their paintings in The Classiest Art Show in which features the work of stu dents of New Braunfels Art League Carrie Lee Angie Banta Brown and Barry An opening reception takes place at 2 Sunday at the 239 San Antonio monthly meeting and dinner takes place at 6 today at Krauses Call Meads Up SATURDAY ARTS AND CRAFTS sponsored by the Spring Branch Volunteer Fire is scheduled from 9 am to 4 Call 830 8857151 to participate as a AUTHOR ALLEN TAPPE speaks from 2 to 3 Saturday in the New Braunfels Hastings book He will sign copies of his new book The Power of Purposed Performance from 3 to 5 Hastings is located in the Marketplace shopping BIBLE STORY spon sored by the First Church of takes place at Saturday at the New Braunfels Public Children 3 years old through the second can Call 620 5300 for SCHERTZ EMS offers CPR and AED training classes from 9 to 1 Saturday in the EMS Training Registration fee is For call Schertz EMS at SUNDAY BLOOD conducted by the South Texas Blood and Tissue is scheduled from 8 to 1 Sunday at First United Methodist 572 San Antonio For information call Can Gray at TUESDAY THE DIABETES EDUCATION AND SUPPORT GROUP meets from 2 to Tuesday at Cross Lutheran 2171 Common Topic is The Ups and Downs of Low and High Blood Call Paula Morales at or Carol Schroeter at for THURSDAY CITY OF SCHERTZ offers food handler classes from to Thursday in City Council 1400 Schertz The class costs For reserva call For class call JULY 21 COURT APPOINTED SPECIAL ADVOCATES OF CENTRAL TEXAS has scheduled volunteer training classes to begin July 21 in New Classes will be held from 6 to Mondays and The fiveweek course ends Contact All Zamora at 1 Comal County Aggie Moms club offers four scholarships valued at each for area For qualifications and application con tact Karon or Mariena Completed application must be postmarked prior to A reduction in electric rates for New Braunfels Utilities customers will occur in fiscal year According to NBU communication manager Gretchen that doesnt necessarily translate to any other reductions throughout NBUs fouryear financial The NBU board of trustees votes on the plan later this Weather Digest July 11 forecast lor daytime temperatures forecast Antonio I76V96J Accu Sunny Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tslorms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Water flows TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows mid 70s Rain 20 percent variable winds Edwartjs Aquifer ft Comal River 380 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 401 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 412 cfs Canyon Dam lake level above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water not available Well water not available TODAY Partly cloudy Highs upper 90s Rain 20 percent variable winds outlook Saturday Partly Highs in the upper Sunday Partly Lows in PoHei COUfltS the lower Highs in the mid Monday Partly Lows in the mid Highs in the mid Tuesday Partly cloudy with a slight chance of showers and thun Lows in the mid Highs in the mid Wednesday Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers and thunder Lows in the mid Highs in the lower Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Via Associated Piess Arrests Law enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following between July Sand July 10 Amber motion to revoke by Eric San unautho rized use of Jeromy New while third or more Estevan failure to causing bodily injury to family Aldo New ran red light no drivers John New engaging in an organized criminal activity Bruce parole viola David Johnson New failure to identify to a peace offi James unknown unauthorized use of Nichole Canyon failure to to theft between and Gabriel New driving while Kevin public lewd Jessica New motion to revoke card John motion to revoke theft between and Bryan La pub lic Briana New motion to proceed with of a financial Carey Canyon parole of a Tracie San pub lic Arthur New unau thorized use of vehicle criminal mischief between and assault causing bodily Rhonda Canyon probation of less than 2 ounces of Cortney A aggravated assault with a deadly Gary Rutten speed ing 79 mph in a 45 mph zone minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage pos session of less than 2 ounces of marijua na unauthorized use of Christopher motion to revoke while Macario New theft under violation of promise to Joshua New possession of drug paraphernalia open Matthew New possession of between 1 and 4 grams of a controlled penalty group Monica New forgery of a financial Terry Wiley New possession of less than 2 ounces of mari Dustin New public Every vehicle clearly marked with your posted sale 20O3 FOCUSZX3 2003 TAURUS LX4DR i ooo 20O3 MUSTANG V 0011119 Cash 2003 WiNDSTAR 15001
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