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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 16, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A HBRALfrZElTUNo July 16J 2003 World Briefly White House sees record red blames economy WASHINGTON AP The Bush administration dramatically raised its budget deficit projections on Tuesday to billion for this year and billion for record levels fed by the limp tax cuts and the battle against The totals would easily surpass the billion shortfall of 1992 that has been the red ink high water mark until They also mark a deterioration by more than 50 percent since The shortfalls would drop to billion in before edging back up to billion the following year underscoring that major budget chal lenges will loom just as the huge baby boom generation begins to retire and relies ever more on federal benefits like Social Coalition departure said to be in the hands of Iraqis Iraq AP For the first the administrator linked the occupation in Iraq to the political saying Tuesday American forces would remain in the country until Iraqis agree on a new constitution and set up a democratic American soldiers grumbled when they would have to stay longer in a country where forces say they iare coming under an average of 12 attacks each The new Governing mean decided to set up special courts to try former members of Saddam Husseins regime who are accused of involvement in mass torture and other human rights The New Yorkbased Human Rights Watch challenged the councils saying justice would not be served if victims of Saddams regime judge their The Paul said the process of rebuilding the Iraqi political system was already under way with the establishment of the 25member council the first Iraqi largely handrpiqked by Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher Gary Managing Editor Heather Business Manager Lisa Composing Manager Henry Commercial Systems Arnold Production Manager 830 Craig Circulation Manager Courtney Advertising Manager For classified call 6259144 215 For display call 6259144 i For engagement and anniversary call 6259144 For missed or late call 6259144 ext With over newspapers printed and distributed locally every How can yqujntes TODAY Contact Features Editor Brian 222 Community Events Happy birthday to Daniel Roth 22 Victoria Drewa 8 Davy Nora Sotolo July Kanz July Augte Vlllanueva July Derrick Gooden 9 July Happy anniversary to Alcot and Alyce Kanz 53 years and Paul and Julie Barsch 1 July and Events To have a birthday or anniver sary listed call 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 informa call ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meets at and 8 today at the 24hour 1142 Eikel All meetings are Call 6250057 for informa WATER AEROBICS is sched uled from 9 to 10 Wednesdays and Thursdays July 824 and July 14 at Landa Park Aquatic Registration is per session at the Parks and Recreation 110 Golf Course Call 608 2164 for CANYON LAKE REPUBLICAN WOMEN meets at 10 today at 183 Maverick The theme is GRITS Girts Raised in the Guest speakers include Gail Texas Federation of Republican Women president The city of New Braunfels and Comal ISO have the president of the Texas Educational Secretaries Association TESA in their Irma directors secretary in CISDs Student Transportation Services recently was installed as TESA She will serve a oneyear term for the only professional association for educational support personnel In public education service cen ters and colleges and universities in Graham was joined at her installation ceremony in Austin by her Joe and Jim CISD Willie Senate District 25 district director and Pat TFRW vice president of For information call 830 899 7555 or BLOOD conducted by the South Texas Blood Tissue is scheduled from 10 to noon today at the Comal ISD 1421 Business Call Charlotte Cole at 2212000 for Heads up THURSDAY EAGLES AUXILIARY 2999 conducts an ongoing craft session from to Thursday at the Volunteers and craft ideas are Call 6293973 for NEW BRAUNFELS MUSEUM OF ART AND MUSIC SUMMER MUSIC SERIES presents Willis Allan Ramsey at 7 at 1259 Gruene Road in Admission is children admitted Call 6255636 for A photo caption in Fridays HeraldZeitung should have identi fied Mike Wells as 200304 presi dent of the New Braunfels Evening Dons Weather July 16 forecast for daytime forecast Digest Wichita Mater flows Sunny Cloudy Cloudy Snowera Rain Flurriei Snow ice Via faixalKl Pita Arrests TODAY TONIGHT Mostly cloudy Party cloudy Highs mid 80s LOWS mid 70s Rain 80 percent Rain 50 percent SE 20 mph SE 15 mph Kxtended outJook A 40 percent chance of showers and Highs in the upper 80s to near Friday Party Slight chance of showers and thun Lows In the mid Highs in the lower Saturday Partly Lows In the mid Highs in the mid Sunday and Monday Lows in the mid Highs in the mid Aqutfer Comal Rlvw 377 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 275 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 Molds high Grass low Cedar moderate Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Sunrise Sunset Law enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following between Jury 14 and July 15 Joseph Spring Intoxicated manslaughter with a vehicle Intoxicated assault with a vehicle causing serious bodily injury 3 driving while Ira New failure to maintain financial Jillayne criminal Renato driving while license Alexandria San possession of leas than 28 grams of a con trolled penalty group 3 posses sion of toss than 2 ounces of marijuana possession of drug Jaime criminal David San failure to while license Bobby faKurn to by check between and Velma New failure to maintain financial responalbUy violation of promise to appear no Hannetore no known parole Richard public Intod Shawn New exhibition of acceleration no drivers license feHure to maintain financial New driving whHe license suspended restating search or transport Audrey E Canyon fall we to license suspend edrtnvald 2 failure to ving white second Hermann Sons School of Tap t Ballet Jazz Tumbling ratemal benefit service for members 317 about fraternal life agents today 8306003383 WeyeL F1C 8306086Q06 Shirley Huebinger 8306866369 1 Raymond a Salge 8306866788 y Salge 8306867683 f 187 Duncan 8308063800 Gloria OaM8308886664 f 138 FiHgfthfltri latiflh 88O888636O Clifton FIC 81O4866808 Serving Texas Families Since 1890 Order of the Sons of Hermann in Texas San Texas BL HBW AOJIigan Water CondWonei installed water softener or wholehouse Drinking installed system with faucet or delivered bottled water with or vitit i 8506268791
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