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August 12, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A — HERALD-ZEITUNG —Tuesday, August 12, 2003Today Contact Features Editor Brian Grant, 625-9144 ext. 222 World Briefly Liberia’s warlord heads into exile in Nigeria MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Vowing “I will be back,” Charles Taylor flew into exile Monday, leaving Liberia in ruins after his 14-year fight for power and a new president to deal with rebels laying siege to the capital. Three U.S. warships briefly hove into view off Monrovia within minutes of Taylor’s ceding power to his vice president, Moses Blah. Hundreds of Liberians, thin and ragged, lined the rock-lined shores, exclaiming and hugging at a dramatic day they prayed would mark a turning point for their country. Taylor flew to Abuja, the Nigerian capital, within three hours of resigning as president, leaving office under pressure from the United States, fellow West African leaders and rebels who have seized most of Liberia in their three-year campaign to depose the warlord-tumed-president. Iraq postwar costs likely to exceed bill for fighting WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. bill for rebuilding Iraq and maintaining security there is widely expected to far exceed the war’s price tag, and some private analysts estimate it could reach as high as $600 billion. The Bush administration is offering only hazy details so far, upsetting Republican and Democrat lawmakers. The closest the administration has come to estimating America’s postwar burden was when L. Paul Bremer, U.S. administrator of occupied Iraq, said last month “getting the country up and running again” could cost $100 billion and take three years. In a recent interview on CNBC’s “Capital Report,” Bremer said of rebuilding costs: “It’s probably well above $50 billion, $60 billion, maybe $100 billion. It’s a lot of money." The administration has refused to provide projections, saying too much is unpredictable. Texas Lotto SATURDAY $7 minion 07-13-15-23-37 (20) WEDNESDAY $5 million 07-13-30-38-40 (02) Contact Us HERALD-ZEITUNG 707 Landa St.. New Braunfels, TX 78130 (830) 625-9144, fax (830) 625-1224 www.herald-2eitung.com Doug Toney. Editor and Publisher Ext. 201, doug.toneyOherald-zeitung.com Gary E. Maitland. Managing Editor Ext. 220, gmaitfandOherald-zeitung.com Heather Grant, Business Manager Ext. 202, hgrantOherald-zeitung.com Usa Schreter, Composing Manager Ext. 205, lschreierOherald-zeitung.com Henry Coef lo, Commercial Printing/Information Systems 625-5232, hcoelioOherald-zeitung.com Arnold Wiggins, Production Manager (830) 625-5232, awigginsOherald-zeitung.com Craig Pauling, Circulation Manager Ext. 228, cpaulingOherald-zeitung.com Courtney Abernathy, Advertising Manager Ext. 208, cabemathyOherald-zeitung.com For classified advertising, call 625-9144 ext. 215 For display advertising, call 625-9144 ext. 208. For obituaries, wedding, engagement and anniversary announcements, call 625-9144 ext. 213. For missed or late newspapers, call 625-9144 ext. 229.Community Events ►Brthdays/Anmersaries Happy birthday to Lorrayne Sloan, Joel Thompson (11 years) and Rita Kaufmann. Happy anniversary to Jose and Lucia Valadez, David and Martha Burleson (37 years), Trey and Erin Mangan (3 years) and Keith and Brandy Klabunde. To have a birthday or anniver sary listed here, call 625-9144. ►Clubs and Events 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 11:30 a.m. to noon today. Suggested donation is $1.25. Call Rita at 629-1751 to make reserva tions 24 hours in advance. Free transportation to site. THE NEW BRAUNFELS TOASTMASTERS meet from 7 to 8:30 p.m. today at the Summit Center, 2405 I-35 S. For information, call 629-1616. ►Heads Up THURSDAY CONCERTS IN THE PARK takes place from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Thursday at Landa Park Dance Slab. Big Daddy’s All Star Blues Pro Jam plays this week. Call 608-2167. SWIMMIN’ CINEMA, offered by the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department, takes place from 8:15 to about 10:45 p.m. Thursday at Landa Park Aquatic Center. This week’s movie is "Lilo and Stitch." Admission is $4 for children and $6 for adults. For information, call 608-2164. Weather Digest Tuesday, Aug. 12 AcCUWeathar.com forecast for daytime conditions, high/low ►Today’s forecast COLO, KAN. t I Amarin 84t/S8| NM 6 OKU. O Wichita H«i/S4| El Paso 9S|/66] Austin 90i/6»i LA Cl  . .—  •    Houato    88i,Tor - San Aoli—Sa |81|/70||    jj^ •aune © 2003 AceuWeather, Inc Brownsville 94^73] o rn «*► ** rn rn Sunny Pl Cloudy Cloudy Showers T storms    Ran Flumes Snow Ice TODAY Partly cloudy Highs lower 90s Rain: 30 percent NE wind, 10 mph ►Extended outlook TONIGHT Mostly cloudy Lows around 70 Rain: 20 percent NE wind, 5 mph Mi Auaatttd Prtu Arrests Law enforcement officers in Comal County charged the following between Aug. 8 and Aug. 11, 2003: Wendell B. Adams, 36, Canyon Lake, commitment/false report to peace officer. Angelica L. AJbiar, 41, San Antonio, wrong way on a one-way road. Bednch A. Alcantara, 24, New Braunfels, public intoxication. Joseph E. AJkek, 20, Victoria, minor In possession of an alcoholic beverage; failure to identify to peace officer. Paul M. Altenhoff, 26, Wimberley, failure to appear/motion to revoke probation/theft by check between $20 and $500, credit card or debit card abuse. Rey D. Alvarez, 31, New Braunfels, (adure to appear, permitting unlicensed person to drive. Mycah D. Anglin, 22, Pipe Creek, public intoxication. Christopher Ansley, 21, Dallas, public intoxication Jorge Arroyo, 30, Marion, public intoxication. Gerardo M. Barrera, 17, Pflugerville, public intoxication. Sidney W. Barringer, 22, McQueeney, (allure to maintain financial responsibility; no driver s license Phillip J. Bentley, 20, Hitchcock, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana. Betsy J. Biasett, 20, Houston, public intoxication. Darren L Bocox, 39, Canyon Lake, failure to maintain financial responsibility; expired license plates; no driver’s license. Thomas C. Bookter III, 24, San Antonio, driving while intoxicated. Ryan J. Boyle, 27, Austin, commitment/motion to revoke probation/possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana. Angel Cantu, 27, Dallas, failure to maintain financial responsibility; no driver’s license; (adure to remain at scene of accident. Lorenzo Caszarez Jr., 21, Seguin, expired license plates; (adure to display operator’s license upon demand, violation of promise to appear; theft by check between $20 and $500, Frank D. Centeno, 19, Converse, driving white intoxicated. Kevin N. Centeno, 17, Universed City, Wednesday — Mostly cloudy. A 40 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Highs around 90. Thursday — Mostly cloudy. Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Heavy rainfall possible. Lows around 70. Highs in the upper 80s. Friday — Partly cloudy. Chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the lower 70s. Highs in the lower 90s. Saturday — Partly cloudy. Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the lower 70s. Highs in the mid 90s. Sunday — Partly cloudy. Slight chance of showers and thunderstorms. Lows in the lower 70s. Highs in the mid 90s. ►Water flows Edwards Aquifer 678.8 ft. Comal River 367 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 163 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 248 cfs Canyon Dam lake level 909.31 ft. above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water 7.481 million gallons Well water 4.552 million gallons ►Pollen counts Molds  ....................n/a Grass..................................n/a Pigweed.............................n/a (Provided courtesy of Dr. Frank Hampel) ►Sunrise/Sunset Sunrise......................6:58    a.m. Sunset........................8:17    p.m. public intoxication. Gregory J. Collins, 20, public intoxication. Jeffrey S. Covey, 31, San Antonio, contempt of child support order. Candice M. Cowen, 20, McQueeney, expired license plates; violation of promise to appear, theft under $50; failure to maintain financial responsibility. Beverly D Davila, 40, New Braunfels, assault causing bodily injury Mario C. DeLeon, 23, New Braunfels, commitment/motion to adjudteate/lheft between $500 and $1,500. Seth A. Edwards, 20, New Braunfels, failure to appear/burglary of a habitation. Cory A. Emerson, 22, public intoxication. Roderick A. Fierro, 20, Austin, minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage Gilberto Flores Jr., 28, Kirby, motion to adjudicate/possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana Timothy E. Fraley, 46, Vidor, commitment/motion to revoke probation/poues-sion of less than 2 ounces of marijuana; commitment/motion to revoke probation/driving while license suspended. Vincent A. Frantz, 17, Converse, minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage; failure to identify to peace officer, possession of less titan 2 ounces of marijuana. Hugo R. Garcia, 33, unknown address, public intoxication. Robert A. Garza, 29, Dale, commit -ment/failure to stop and give information at an accident causing more than $200 damage. Oscar Godoy, 23, Dallas, failure to identify to peace officer. Mario C. Gonzales, 17, New Braunfels, unauthorized use of vehicle. Jesse Guerrero, 18, New Braunfels, possession of less than 1 gram of a con-trotted substance, penalty group 1. Robed L Haak, 46, New Braunfels, assault causing bodily injury to family member. Jessie J. Hail, 42, New Braunfels, expired driver's license; fictitious license registration, failure to maintain financial responsibility; no driver’s license. John M. Hollis, 25, Houston, expired inspection sticker; failure to maintain financial responsibility; no driver's license (2 charges), violation of promise to appear; no safety bed. Natasha F. Jackson, 21, public intoxication. William P. Jamison, 50, Converse, theft by check between $20 and $500. Christina D. Jones, 34, Spring Brandi, issuance of a bad check. David L. King, 18, New Braunfels, public intoxication. Dane C. H. Larsen, 18, New Braunfels, public intoxication. Robed A. Luker, 43, Weathedord, public intoxication. Francisco Martinez. 40, San Antonio, motion to revoke probation/assault causing bodily injury. Michael L Matthews, 48, Georgetown, public intoxication. James H. Melton, 22, Midland, polystyrene on river. Daniel L. Metcalf, 23, Spring Branch, criminal mischief under $50 Steven G. Miller, 22, San Antonio, possession of between 4 ounces and 5 pounds of marijuana. Christine H. Morin, 33, Marion, public intoxication. Jeremiah Navarro, 21, New Braunfels, violation of protective order. Sergio Pena, 32, expired license plates; failure to maintain financial responsibility; no motor vehicle inspection certificate; no motorcycle operator's license. Rodney E. Penn, 37, Round Rock, delivery of between 4 ounces and 5 pounds of marijuana, wrong/fictitious/unclean license plate; assault causing bodily injury; no driver’s license. Felix Perez Jr., 35, Canyon Lake, driving white license suspended. Roger R. Perez, 17, Pflugerville, public intoxication Debra F. Reed. 45, Bulverde, public intoxication. Eric J. Reed, 19, Byers, minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage; public intoxication. Daniel B. Reese, 25, Cleburne, pubic intoxication Gina J. Ridley, 32, Pinehurst, public intoxication John R. Roberts, 31, Conroe, speeding, no safety belt; failure to appear. Steven P. Rodriguez, 17, Elmendori, theft between $500 and $1,500. Julian F. Rosas, 18, New Braunfels, credit or debit card abuse. Robert Rosas, 28, New Braunfels, failure to appear/financial hearing/evading arrest/detention. James A. Rose, 49, Schertz, public intoxication. Mario V. Sanchez Jr., 24, Cibolo, possession of drug paraphernalia. Amulfo Sauceda, 39, New Braunfels, driving while license suspended. April A. Sebade, 20, Denton, failure to appear/theft between $50 and $500. Ricardo Serrano, 17, unauthorized use o1 motor vehicle. Kathleen J. Shaw, 26, New Braunfels, theft by check between $20 and $500. James K. Snow, 41, Pittsburg, Okla., speeding — 80 mph In a 60 mph zone. Martin Soto-Martinez, 24. Seguin, public intoxication. Cary D. Sullivent, 28, Richardson, assault causing bodily injury to family member. Christopher C. Swelling, 25, Fort Worth, possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana. Matthew A. Tompkins, 24, San Antonio, speeding — 76 mph in a 60 mph zone. Mark P. Torres, 19, Spring Branch, motion to revoke probation/criminal trespass. Monica P. Trujillo, 37, Carrizo Springs, failure to appear/theft by check between $50 and $500 Kip Turner, 42, Spicewood, motion to proceed with adjudication/possession of less than 2 ounces of marijuana. Teresa C. Urias, 23. New Braunfels, failure to maintain financial responsibility; violation of promise to appear. Brian K. Vassar, 24, Austin, motion to revoke probation/unauthorized use of vehicle Brady G. Weatherly, 18, Ennis, disorderly conduct (offensive gesture-exposure). Monica Zapata, 30, New Braunfels, motion to proceed with adjudication/theft by check between $20 and $500. How Can I Hear, Yet Not Understand? An answer found in a study published by the American Academy of Audiology SAO PAULO, BRAZIL ~ A new study recently concluded in South Amenta and published by the American Academy of Audiology utilizes a test that identifies dead regions located deep within the ear that previously went undetected, The findings dramatically affect the science of filling hearing aids for individuals with high frequency heanng loss who have not found a satisfactory solution with hearing aids before Most significant is the surprising finding that amplifying dead cells will actually produce poorer speech understanding with background norse, rather than improved clarity. Armed with the new study findings. the newest generation ol heanng aids bypass dead cells instead of amplify Dottle Wills    them, and normal Hearing Aid    hearing cells receive Specialist amplification instead, improving speech understanding in a noisy environment. Exciting results like these can help so many heanng impaired people have an unprecedented level of comfort in communication “We employ a similar method with diagnostic equipment, including 2-channel audiometers and calibrated sound booths,” said Dottle Wills of NewSound Hearing Centers “We lest each patient using sound field speech noise, simulating heanng in a noisy crowd We are able to determine maximum speech understanding by frequency-shaping these new hearing aids." The results achieved with this new technology are significant and for the first lime, patients report a dramatic improvement in understanding speech in noisy environments These new products come in all the different shell sizes, including the smallest digital models. During the Texas release, NewSound is offering these new frequency-shaping products on a 30-day trial basis We invite you to try this new technology in your own daily routine for 30 days lf speech understanding is not improved, there will be no charge to you - 100% satisfaction is guaranteed in writing Call for an appointment: 830-620-4327. NewSound Hearing Center is located at 532 North Union (next to McKenna Hospital, by Comal Drug).' ALL HIARING^AlW1 ON SALE save up 101500FREE HEARING CHICK UP I Appointments are limited. Call now. Normal Hearing Cells Damaged Hearing Cells Dead Hearing CellsNew Digital Completely-In-The-Caruil Model PAID ADVERTISEMENT Shown here, sound impulses are sent to the brain via hearing hair cells located inside your inner ear. ;

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