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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 29, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 A July TODAY Contact Features Editor Brian 6259144 ext 222 Worid Briefly Saudi raid kills two six suspected militants Saudi Arabia AP Saudi police said they raided a farm where militants were holed up touching off a battle with firearms and grenades that killed six suspects and two Almost weekly raids since militants staged bombing attacks in the capital in midMay have revealed an extensive network of alleged terrorist cells and weapons caches across Saudi The latest raid came as law makers debate a report that accuses Saudi Arabia of not doing enough to counter Some legislators charged the Bush administration clas sified part of the report that contained harsher criticisms of Saudi Heat drought gouge European industries Romania AP heat wave and a drought are gouging a multibilliondollar hole into Europes 5 crippling shrivel J ing crops and driving up the cost of J In dredgers dug into the on Monday to deepen the river bed for hundreds of stalled while in five tons of T dead fish polluted a J v Levels on the Danube were under two yards near Baziae in southwestern more than a yard below the Pminimum needed for barge At the southern port of dredgers scooped up sludge from the river bed attempting to deepen naviga tion channels for the 251 ships waiting to move upstream to key markets in central and northern Weeks of heat and dryness also choked other parts of the Balkans and the rest of WEDNESDAY million 0405062138 Contact Us HERALDZEtTUNG 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher doug.toney@heraldzeitung.com Gary Managing Editor gmaitland@heraldzeltung.com Heather Business Manager hgrant@heraldzeitung.com Lisa Composing Manager lschreier@heraldzeitung.com Henry Commercial Systems hcoello Arnold Production Manager 830 awlgglns@heraldzeltung.com Craig Circulation Manager cpaullng@heraldzeitung.com Courtney Advertising Manager cabernathy@heraldzeitung.com 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 Cody Bevll 9 Vatera Walters July Debbie Williams July Pam Julie ErWn and Garratt Happy anniversary to Bonnie and Alan Foster 9 To have a birthday or anniver sary listed call Mftbs and Events NEW BRAUNFELS TOASTMASTERS CLUB meets today from to at the Summit 2405IH 35 All are For information call 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 am to noon Suggested donation Is Call Rita at 6291751 to make reservations 24 hours in Free transportation to THE NEW BRAUNFELS ROTARY CLUB EVENING meets today at at the New Braunfels Smoke WATER AEROBICS is sched uled from 9 to 10 at Landa Park Aquatic Registration is per session at the Parks and Recreation 110 Golf Course Road Call 608 2164 for Classes con tinue until Photo submitted The jazz band Fore of a Kind will perform from to 10 Thursday at the Landa Park Dance For call Weather Digest July 29 forecast for daytime forecast Sunny Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tsltxms Rain Flurries Snow lea Mater flows TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows mid 70s Rain 20 percen SE 5 mph Edwards Aquifer Comal River 376 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 223 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 309 cfs Canyon Dam lake level above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surf ace water not available Well water not available TODAY Partly cloudy Highs lower 90s Rain 30 percent 10 mph Extended outtook Wednesday Partly A 30 percent chance of showers and Highs Polefl COtNltS in the lower Thursday Mostly Slight chance of showers and Lows in the mid Highs in the lower Friday Partly Slight chance of showers and Lows in the mid Highs in the lower to mid Sunday Partly Slight chance of showers and Lows in the mid Highs in the mid Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Via Aif edited Pms Arrests Lew enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following between July 25 and July 28 Alberto New disor derly conduct evading Juan Canyon fail ure to maintain financial responsibility no motor vehicle inspection Jeremy otereganJng no passing zone striping failure to ating a vehicle on the left side of the Jacob driving while intoxicated failure to maintain financial Jonathan assault causing bodily Injury to a family Gilbert San posses ston of less than 2 ounces of Joshua L aggravated assault with a deadly Chase San fraudu lent use or possession of identifying Informa Donna Spring dri ving while second offense driving while license suspended evading with a vehicle while Thomas New public Intoxication failure to Mark public Amanda The possession of less than 2 ounces of marijua Reagan College possession of less than 2 ounces of marijua Mark Spring driving while alcohol Jeremiah Canyon theft of service between and Bryan Sugar driving white Nicole New theft between and Alan New failure to appear no safety belt Antonla New failure to maintain financial Enrique unknown public Chad New pos session of less than 2 ounces of marijuana minor driving under the influence of Delilah Canyon no dri vers license failure to maintain financial Ignado New no drivers license failure to maintain financial responsibility failure to control Widen R HoK motion to revoke while license sus Rachel L posses sion of less than 2 ounces of marijuana Michael Universal pub lic Kennte L theft by check between and Amy L minor in posses sion of an alcoholic beverage failure to Identi fy to a peace Bret Fort minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage public Kenneth Spring public Richard L Martinez Spring drfvifig while Intoxicated resisting search or transport fictitious registration ficti docu ment for Janet disorderly conduct Andrew public Intoxication resisting search or trans David public Matthew posses sion of less than 2 ounces of Justin San criml KristJ Corpus crimi Larry Universal crimi nal Robert Oktiam minor driving under the Influence of Jesse College no drivers license possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana Stephen unknown public intoxication permitting unli censed person to drive consumption or pos session of an alcoholic beverage In a motor Stormte posses sion of less than 2 ounces of Tony minor In posses sion of an alcoholic Robert New assault causing botiy injury to family mem Kenneth R driving while Christopher San to appear minor In posses sion of an ateohdlc Benlto Ramos speeding failure to maintain financial Joel drtvftj while George New motori to revoke pfobatiorvpossession of less than 1 gram of a controlled penalty Heather New motion to revoke of less thanl gram of a controlled penal ty group 1 failure to Jorgea San lie Fidel public Intoxi Damy L driving white second Stade theft by check between and Darryl Canyon no safety belt failure to maintain financial failure to appear intoxicated assault with a vehicle causing serious bodily injury 2 aggravated assault with a deadly weapon 2 Stephanie San criminal CoraUn Canyon no dri vers license failure to maintain financial responsibility defective or no headlamps on Raul public intoxica Leonardo Spring dri ving white Adam New assauK causing booSly injury to famSy mem failure to white Yusef no drivers failure to yield TWany Canyon rnotion to of a prohibit ed weapon motion to apprehension or How Can I Yet Not Understand PAIDADVENISIMENT An answer found in a study published by the American Academy ofAudiology SAO BRAZIL A new study recently concluded in South America and published by the American Academy of Audiology utilizes a test that identifies dead regions located deep within the ear that previously went The findings dramat ically affect the science of fitting hear ing aids for individuals with high fre quency hearing loss who have not found a satisfactory solution with hear ing aids Most significant is he surprising finding that amplifying dead cells will actually produce poorer speech under standing 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