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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 19, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2 A HfittALDZEITUNO August World Briefly Texas Democrats demand Republicans lift sanctions AP Eleven Texas Democratic senators in selfimposed exile in New Mexico to block a Republican redistricting plan demanded Monday that their Republican colleagues lift sanctions against them and their A letter to Texas Republicans said the exiled Democrats will consider legal recourse if sanctions are not lift ed by Tuesday Senate Republicans meet ing without a quorum preliminarily adopted a resolution denying absent Democrats and their staffers parking spots on Capitol cell phone purchasing and mail floor conference rooms and also without a earlier fined the Democrats for their starting at and dou bling for each day not to exceed a As of the Democrats figured charges at They say it eventually will hit Investigators probe phone system problems NEW YORK AP Investigators were examining Monday how the power grids dependence on a lowtech system of telephone hot lines may have con tributed to the nations worst Warnings of trouble came too or not at over the phone network creat ed to prevent widespread power officials and politicians Transmission line failures in Ohio prompted at least three conversations last Thursday between FirstEnergy the utility that owns and the industry group that manages trans mission across much of the said Mary Lynn a spokes woman for the Midwest Independent Transmission System Those electricity transmission line failures are a focus of the investigation Texas Lotto SATURDAY million 27182630 37 BB WEDNESDAY million Contact Us HERALDZEITUNG 707 Landa New TX 78130 830 fax 830 6251224 Doug Editor and Publisher Gary Managing Editor firstname.lastname@example.org Heather Business Manager Lisa Composing Manager Henry Commercial Systems Arnold Production Manager 830 email@example.com Craig Circulation Manager Courtney Advertising Manager firstname.lastname@example.org For classified call 6259144 215 For display call 6259144 For engagement and anniversary call 6259144 For missed or late call 6259144 TODAY Contact Features Editor Brian 6259144 222 Community Events Happy birthday to Sabrlna Happy anniversary to Jason and Heather Pence 3 To have a birthday or anniver sary listed call MJIubs and Events THE NEW CENTURY LIONS CLUB meets at today at TJs on Loop Call Corey Hall at 9803367 for 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 to noon Suggested donation is Call Rita at 6291751 to make reserva tions 24 hours In Free transportation to site to THE NEW BRAUNFELS ROTARY CLUB EVENING meets today at at the New Braunfels Smoke THE CANYON LAKE ROTARY CLUB meets today at noon at VFW Post 8573 in Lunch NEW BRAUNFELS TOAST MASTERS meet from 7 to today at the Summit 240513S For call 625 SOCIAL SERVICES OF QUADALUPE VALLEY HOSPI TAL offers free grief support groups at today at Quadalupe Valley 1215 Court In Sessions are free and Call 830 40117348 for ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS meets at and 8 today at the 24hour 1142 Eikel All meetings are Call 6250057 for informa THE DIABETES EDUCATION AND SUPPORT GROUP meets from 2 to today at Cross Lutheran 2171 Common Topic Is PreDlabetes What Is It and How Are We Treating It Call Paula Morales at or Carol Schroeter at for New Braunfels Independent School District lost about mil lion In state funds for this school The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung erroneously reported 17 there was a million Weather 19 forecast for daytime forecast Digest Sunny Cloudy Cloudy Showers Ttlorms Rain TONIGHT Partly cloudy Lows mid 70s Rain none 10 mph Mater flows Edwards Aquifer Comal River 364 cfs Canyon Dam inflow 135 cfs Canyon Dam outflow 248 cfs Canyon Dam lake level above mean sea level NBU Pumping Report Surface water million gallons Well water million gallons VU Associated Prai Arrests TODAY Partly cloudy Highs lower 90s Rain 20 percent variable winds NExtended outlook Wednesday Partly A 20 percent chance of showers and Highs Poled COUltS in the tower to mid Wednesday night Partly A 20 percent chance of showers and Lows in the mid Thursday Partly A 20 percent chance of showers and Highs in the mid Friday Partly A slight chance of showers and Lows in the mid Highs in the mid Saturday Partly A slight chance of showers and Lows in the lower Highs in the mid Provided courtesy of Frank Hampel enforcement officers In Coma County charged the following between 15eftd Alfredo New possession of less than 2 ounces of mari Douglas New driving while Robert Arnett New dis orderly conduct Brandon New public intoxication minor in possession of an alcoholic Wade New pub lic Bridget Canyon dri ving while Amanda New speeding 88 mph in a 55 mph zone assault causing bodily injury to family Pamela Canyon public Derek bur glary of a John public intox Ruben Candelario New theft between and failure to give notice upon striking unat tended Elizabeth Canyon assault causing bodily injury to family Johnny Carson New disorderly conduct Kartha New motion to revoke between and Chance pur chasing or furnishing alcohol to a Wayne Dean minor In possession of an alcoholic beverage pub lic Raymond New while Intoxi Fernando assault causing bodily Injury to family member fail ure to maintain financial Domenic Canyon public Trad criminal tres Jose New driving while alcohol con tainer accident Involving damage to a vehicle over failure to maintain finan cial Rlcardo San assault causing bodily Gerome L no safety belt failure to appear 2 Improp er left turn no drivers license failure to maintain financial Adrian San unlaw fully carrying a Jose commit while license Ariene expired drivers license failure to appear failure to maintain financial speeding 70 mph In a 55 mph zone unrestrained child under Kevin New disorderly Alex San failure to of Rebekah New Shane public Paul San no drivers Latrtce San bench of a financial Instru ment check forgery 2 charges fraudulent of identifying Information tampering with government Robert no dri vers license failure to maintain financial responsibility expired Inspection Danny L Under public Rlgoberto no drivers Edgar New no drivers license failure to maintain financial Patsy theft by check between and Sybil speeding 52 mph In a 35 mph zone driving while license Shannon New ran red light failure to maintain financial driving while Bruce Spring driving while Brian theft of services between and Justin San com of less than 2 ounces of marijuana while Skye New to no Insur expired license Rex Spring no safe ty belt failure to Yolanda New to revoke by check between and Douglas San failure to appear speeding 41 mph In a 20 mph zone motion to proceed with adju Kevin Canyon pub lic Lou purchas ing or furnishing alcohol to a Eddy San driving while license suspended feit document for dis play license Liz Canyon public Juan Rodriguez San of less than 2 ounces of William Santa lit tering failure to appear no safety belt vio lation of promise to John Canyon public Gary Rutten New possession of less than 2 ounces of mari juana unauthorized use of vehicle pos session of a controlled Mona New crimi nal trespass assault causing bodily Hector Spring accident Involving damage to a vehicle of more than Leroy New failure to maintain financial responsibility driving while license suspended motion to revoke Rlcardo New public Jessica public Intox Clayton posses sion of less than 2 ounces of marijuana possession of drug Rene New motion to revoke with Intent to deliver between 4 and 200 grams of a controlled penalty group Christopher pub lic Intoxication minor In possession of an alcoholic Klmberiy L commit to between and Juan driving while license How Can I Yet Not Understand PAID ADVERTISEMENT 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 lest 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 b the surprising finding that amplifying dead cells will actually produce poorer speech under standing with background rather than improved clari Armed with the new study the newest genera lion of hearing aids bypass dead cells instead of amplify DoltieWilli arid normal Hearin Aid amplification improving speech understanding in a noisy envi lixciling results like these can help so many hearing impaired people have an unprecedented level ol comfort in com We employ a similar method with diagnostic including 2channel audiometers and calibrated sound said Oollie Wills of NfwSound Hearing Centers We lest each patient using sound field speech simulating hearing in a noisy We are able to determine maximum speech understanding by frequencyshaping these new hearing The results achieved with this new technology are significant and for the first patients repon a dramatic improvement in understanding speech in noisy These new products come in all the different shell including the smallest digital During the Texas NewSound is offering these new frequencyshaping products on a 30day trial We invite you to try ibis new technology in your own daily routine for 30 If speech understanding is not there will be no charge lo you 100 satisfaction is guaranteed in Caff for an appointment 830620 NewSound Hearing Center is located at 532 North Union next to McKenna by Comal Normal Hearing Cells ALL HEARING AIDS ON SALE I FRE HIAJUNO CHKKUP are I Call I L Damaged Hearing Cells Dead Hearing CeHs Shown sound impulses are sent to the brain via hearing hair cells located intiae your inner HMP New Digital Compktely InJheCanal Model
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