Saturday, August 2, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 2, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A August TODAY Contact Features Editor Brian 6259144 222 World Briefly US says bilateral talks with North Korea possible WASHINGTON AP The Bush administration said Friday that oneon one talks with North long resist ed by the White are possible as part of a proposed sixnation discussion of North Koreas nuclear weapons ambi President Bush said he was hopeful the which will feature a coalition of countries opposed to North Koreas nuclear will help persuade the communist state to dismantle its pro grams in a way that can be North Korea confirmed Friday it was willing to meet with the United South Japan and Suicide truck bombing kills at least 33 Russia AP suicide bomber rammed a truck packed with explosives through the gates of a Russian military hospital near Chechnya on destroying the building and killing at least Seventysix others were wounded in the the latest in an upsurge of suicide bombings that have killed more than 100 people since Russian authorities suspected Chechnyas separatist rebels in the which demolished the fourstory red brick hospital in the city of Mozdok in Russias North Ossetia Jobless rate dips as people leave workforce WASHINGTON AP The nations unemployment rate dipped to per cent in but businesses cut jobs for a sixth month in a still wary despite signs the economy is on the With jobs close to half a million people gave up The labor Departments report Friday suggested that the job market remains stubbornly frustrating jobseek ers on Main discouraging investors on Wall Street and polarizing lawmakers in Washington as they look for a way to get the economy back to full Employers chopped jobs in which brought losses since January to Economists had been saying the statistics might show positions had been perhaps as many as SATURDAY million Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher doug.toney@heraldzeltung.com Gary Managing Editor gmaitland@heraldzeitung.com Heather Business Manager hgrant@heraldzeitung.com Lisa Composing Manager lschreier@heraldzeitung.com Henry Commercial Systems hcoello@heraldzeitung.com Arnold Production Manager 830 awiggins@heraldzeitung.com Craig Circulation Manager cpauling@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 To have a birthday or anniver sary listed call dubs and Events GUADALUPE VALLEY AMER ICAN LEGION POST 35 con ducts smokefree bingo today at the Post 4210 FM 482 Old Solms Early bird begins at and regular bingo at 2 For information call NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS meets at today at the 24hour club at 1142 Eikel HONEY CREEK MORNING GUIDED TOURS at 9 Meet at the Rust House inside the Wear comfortable and dress for the For information call 210 5206412 or 830 ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meets at and 8 today at the 24hour 1142 Eikel All meetings are Call 6250057 for THE LADIES AUXILIARY OF SEQUIN ELKS LODGE 1229 have scheduled a bridge tournament beginning at 9 Cost is per person and includes coffee and rolls at and lunch at Call 830 3035407 to LANDA STREET MARKET DAY is scheduled from 9 to 4 today at the Comal County Senior Citizens 655 Landa Music by Los Dos Call 830 6064547 for CANYON LAKE COMMUNITY RESOURCE AND RECREATION CENTER conducts senior exer cise at 10 MARION VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT sausage supper is scheduled beginning at today at Station FM 78 and FM 465 South in Meal is live and silent auctions begin at 6 and bingo at Carnival games begin at Photo submitted Canyon Lake Middle School cheerteaderswon awards from the Universals Cheerleaders The won first place in their for their home pom routine and for extreme pom Pictured are first from left Megan Genevieve Brittany Brand Payton Kelsey second row Baytee Rebecca third row Caitlin Meredith Kymber Andrea Leslie Chelsea Ashley Tori fourth row Coach April Darilyn Kat Amorretta Lauren Amanda Kayse Bosarge and Jessica Not pictured are Katie Shaye Paramoure and Allison Proceeds go to NATIONAL NIGHT OUT activi ties in Schertz will extend from today through with vis its by fire and EMS per sonnel to For call Officer Lewis Kreutler at HeadsUp MONDAY CANYON LAKE COMMUNITY RESOURCE AND RECREATION CENTER conducts senior exer cise at 10 MCKENNA CLUB SUMMER CAMP for children ages 35 and students Kindergarten through fifth starts Cost is for members and for meets Monday through Thursday 9 to 3 and younger kids meet from 9 to Call TUESDAY CANYON LAKE COMMUNITY RESOURCE AND RECREATION CENTER conducts line dancing at 9 and mixed bridge from noon to 4 WEDNESDAY KIDS singing and bible story are scheduled from 10 to 1 Wednesday at the Salvation 373B Landa Leam to save and care for your Sack lunch and gift Reservations call THURSDAY PACK THE PARK Concerts in the Park series benefits Communities in Schools Performer is Jay Eric and Bleiders Bring school supplies Weather Digest 2 forecast for daytime forecast 1 San Antonio nine 2003 4 M Sunny Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tslorms Rain flurries Snow Ice I TONIGHT Mostly clear Lows mid 70s Rain none 10mph TODAY Mostly sunny Highs upper 90s Rain none S 5 mph outlook Sunday Mostly Highs in the mid to upper Sunday night Mostly Highs in the upper Tuesday Mostly Lows in the mid Highs in the upper Wednesday Mostly Lows in the mid Highs in the upper Thursday Partly Lows in themid Highs in the uipper Friday Partly Lows in the upper Highs in the upper Water flows Edwards Aquifer Comal River 369 cfs Canyon Dam Inflow 1 96 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 309 cfs Canyon Dam lake level above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water not available Well water not available Vu Associated Press Arrests Molds Grass Pigweed Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Sunrise Sunset Law enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following between July 31 and Sergio Dominic Spring driving while license Clint Wendell New probation motion to revoke proba of less than 2 ounces of Gary Allen Corpus motion to revoke of less than one gram of a controlled sub stance penalty group Glenn Monroe New possession of less than 2 ounces of Erik Henry New expired inspection failure to main tain financial expired drivers running a red failure to Gabriel Jose New speeding 65 mph in a 40 mph Phillip San public Phillip San public intoxication two failure to Mark Rolen Canyon driving while Travis Terrell New public Robert William indecency with a child by sexual ran stop failure to stop improper left road or David failure to appear motion to by check between and Edward Leroy Perking fail ure to while open container unlawful carrying weapon possession of drug Carolyn Boekhout San driving while driving while license Sondra Lynn New failure to appear motion to revoke by check between and failure to appear then by Call 6259144 to Exercise Induced Asthma study involving an Jnvgligational Call today for nm Frank C MD 8306090900 New Braunfels Pediatric Welcomes Patricia MO Kathy Pediatric Nurse Practitioner to our staff beginning August Timothy Owens Mark Slater Jay Welaberg Chris Filetti Sarah Rieger Lorraine Kristen Candace Hours By Appointment Regular Office Hours 87 85 Sal 84 Emergences 6259153