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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 7, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas                                Page 2 A HERALDZEiTUNG August TODAY Contact Features Editor Brian 6259144 222 Worid Briefly Conservatives protest gay bishops election MINNEAPOLIS AP Conservative opponents of the first openly gay Episcopal bishop protested Wednesday by boycotting legislative turn ing in their convention credentials and dropping to their knees in prayer as one of their leaders denounced his A handful of the more than 800 clergy and lay delegates either walked off the floor of the meeting or collectively stayed while at least three of the nearly 300 bishops refused to partici pate or went saying their dis traught parishioners needed Other delegates dropped to their knees and prayed as the Kendall Harmon said in a speech that many were mourning the conventions approval of the V Gene Robinson as New Hampshires This unilateral action on our part is said surrounded by more than 20 supporters in the House of a legislative body composed of clergy and lay Team of US Marines lands to help in Liberia Liberia AP team of Marines landed in Monrovia flying in on olivegreen heli copters that passed almost unnoticed over a ruined where people are pre occupied with searching for food after weeks of fighting between government and rebel The seven Americans came to coordi nate logistical support for a steadi ly building peacekeeping force of West African soldiers at the airport 30 miles from the The forces Nigerian commander said he would have enough troops by Thursday to send some into Monrovia The team flew in from a three ship Navy group carrying Marines off President Bush said Wednesday no larger American force vnll until IJ president CharletfTaylor leaves the EU regulators charge Microsoft abuses continue Belgium AP Microsoft is still trying to monopolize new markets even after settling the landmark antitrust case in the United the European Union charged Wednesday as it prepared to demand concessions from the software The Elfs antitrust the European said recent sur veys of more than 150 businesses that use Microsoft products showed Microsofts abuses are still The commission offered the company a last opportunity to defend itself or agree to open up the two markets under scrutiny lowend which tie desktop computers and media vital software as digital video and audio distribution expands on the The EU can fine violators up to 10 percent of their worldwide sales a fig ure that could reach into the billions for Texas Lotto SATURDAY million Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher doug.toney@heraldzeitung.com Gary Managing Editor gmaltland@heraldzeitung.com Heather Business Manager hgrant@heraldzeitung.com Llca 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 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 Bernard Hlldebrand and Donnle To have a birthday or anniver sary listed call Khibs and Events COMMUNITY COUNCIL OF SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS at 300 Laurel Lane hosts lunch for those 60 and older from to noon today in the Laurel Plaza Community Suggested donation is Call 6291751 to make FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES host smokefree bingo at 7 today at 207 South MARION ISO COMMUNITY LIBRARY hosts storytime for chil dren ages 3 and 4 at today at the THE NEW BRAUNFELS ELKS LODGE 2279 meets at today at the Elks For infor call THE KIWANIS CLUB meets at noon today at Ryans Steak The public is For call CANYON LAKE NOON LIONS meet at noon today at Canyon Lake Golf ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meets at and 8 today at the 24hour 1142 Eikel All meetings are Call WATER AEROBICS is sched uled from 9 to 10 today at Landa Park Aquatic Registration is per session at the Parks and Recreation 110 Golf Course Call 608 2164 for EAGLES AUXILIARY 2999 conducts an ongoing craft session from 9 to today at the Volunteers and craft ideas are Call 6293973 for NEW BRAUNFELS MUSEUM OF ART AND MUSIC Summer Music Series presents Hayes Carll Band at 7 today at 1259 Gruene Admission is chil dren admitted Call 6255636 for CANYON LAKE COMMUNITY RESOURCE AND RECREATION CENTER conducts line dancing from 9 to 10 and senior exer cise from 10 to 11 PACK THE PARK Concerts in the Park series benefits Commun ities in Schools Performer is Jay Eric and Bleiders Bring school supplies for BLOOD conducted by the South Texas Blood and tissue is scheduled from 3 to today at the Comal County Courthouse parking Photo submitted New Braunfels High School Student Council members attended the Texas Association of Student Councils Summer Leadership workshop at Southwest Texas State University in early NBHS students joined more than 200 other Texas high school students to receive training in leadership and community Attending were Sarah Dani Robyn Ryan Amanda Van Jessica Erben and Mandi Not pictured are Bailey Krawczyk and Sidney Sponsors are Dena Fielder and Julie 150 Seguin Call Debi at 6205569 for FRIDAY A HAWAIIAN DINNER conducted by the Comal County Senior Citizens 655 Lancia is scheduled at 6 with happy hour beginning at Tickets are Proceeds go toward purchasing a new walk in freezer for the Call 606 4547 for STARS AND STRIPES FOR the annual Comal County American Cancer Society begins at 6 Friday at the civic Recojftmended attire is TexaS willbe pravid ed by the Sentimental Journey and catering is by Clear Springs Silent and live auctions also will be CANYON LAKE COMMUNITY RESOURCE AND RECREATION CENTER conducts duplicate bridge from noon to 4 THE 1942 NEW BRAUNFELS HIGH SCHOOL CLASS meets at 6 Friday at Krauses Cafe for its monthly Call 6255445 for SATURDAY PACK THE BUS Communities in Schools conducts its annual school supply drive Saturday in the parking lots of HE WalMart and Office New supplies for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade are greatly needed and appreciat COMAL COUNTY UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH con ducts a multifamily yard sale to benefit two local animal The Canyon Animal Shelter Society arid the Converse Animal The event takes place from to 3 Saturday at Santas off FM south of Hoffmann There will be hay face paint horseback a silent auc tion and fortune For infor call Tricia 643 TEACHERS BREAKFAST takes place from to Saturday 1050 I35 Breakfast by local Teachers receive a gift a teachers planner and a 10percent discount on purchas Call 6204995 for SUNDAY DINNER AT MYRONS to bene fit the Childrens Museum is scheduled from 4 to 10 Tickets are per per with going to the muse A free Kids Night Out offered to those purchasing Space is Call 6200939 for com plete DESCENDANTS OF THOMAS SCHWAB ANNUAL REUNION is scheduled at Sunday at the Knights of Columbus Hall in New Bring a dessert and either a prize or silent auction For information and to make calf 830 THE ELKS LODGE 2279 invites the public to breakfast from to 1 Cost is for Proceeds benefit the 13 THE COMAL COUNTRY MUSIC SHOW is scheduled from to 10 13 at the civic Doors open at 6 Tickets are Dinner is avail Proceeds go to the Comal County Senior Citizen Call 6064547 for 16 THE ANNUAL SUMMER MODEL TRAIN SHOW is sched uled frorrf to at the New Braunfels Civic Admission is for for ages 17 and Call 830 9352517 for CONTROL THE FIRE anger management class takes place from 9 to 4 16 at the Silver 310 Court in Lunch will be Call 830 A story in Wednesdays Herald Zeitung incorrectly stated when New Braunfels Independent School District trustees voted to buy The vote was taken in open following a closedsession Weather 7 Digest orecast lor daytime temperatures 1 m I forecast Sunny Cloudy Cloudy Showers Tstorms Rain Hurries Snow Ice TODAY Partly cloudy Highs upper 90s Rain none variable winds outlook TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows mid 70s Rain none variable winds Water flows Edwards Aquifer Comal River 368 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 158 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 309 cfs Canyon Dam lake level above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water million gallons Friday Party Highs in the upper Friday night Partly Lows in the POKd COUltS mid Saturday Partly Highs in the upper Sunday Partly Lows in the mid Highs in the upper Monday Partly Lows in the mid Highs in the upper Tuesday Partly Lows in the lower Highs in the upper Wednesday Partly Lows in the lower Highs in the upper Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel Via Afsociatid Press Arrests Law enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following 5 and 6 Marvin San driving while license suspended no safety belt fail ure to maintain financial David L Fletcher Canyon public Jeremiah New failure to carrying a weapon failure to of less than 2 ounces of marijuana Terry L forgery of a financial instrument 2 issuance of a bad Dana San failure to display operators license upon demand fail ure to maintain financial responsibility dis playing a fictitious license David Canyon pub lic Spring assault causing bocBy Eric driving white license suspended no safety belt fail ure to maintain financial Stefante failure to Gregory public Wgo Montatvo New allure to appeaoMrMng whte motion to proceed with adjuoJcattarvpoases penalty group Steven Ramirez New theft by check between and Heather failure to by check between and Tyrone no safety balL Heather New   

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