New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 24, 2005, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 24, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 24, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A — Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, August 24, 2005 Unwanted visitors The Speedy Stop Exxon store on FM 2673 at Oblate received two surprise guestsTuesday when a semi-tractor pushed a pickup truck into the store. There were no injuries when the semi-tractor, which was parked on a hill across FM 2673, rolled across the street, missed the gas pumps outside the store by just inches and ran into the pickup truck, forcing both vehicles into the store. Photos bv DAVID INGRAM/ Herald-Zeitung Artists invited to participate in Seguin festival The Seguin Cultural Arts Foundation is looking for artists of all kinds to participate in the first Seguin Film & Arts Festival, to be held Sept. 30 to Oct. 2 in downtown Seguin. Painters, sculptors, potters, photographers, writers, actors, musicians, poets and artists in every other medium are invited to participate. Vendor booths for artists, as well as food booths are available. For information, call (830) 372-1928 or visit www.seguinfestival.org. Iraqis resuming charter talks BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) — Sunni Arab leaders showed no sign of compromise Tuesday as they prepared to resume talks in yet another bid by the Shiite-led government to win approval of Iraq’s new constitution. The U.S. ambassador said every effort must be made to win Sunni agreement, but the chairman of the drafting committee doubted that differences could be resolved quickly and suggested parliament might submit the current draft to voters. Failure to win over the once-dominant minority would undercut the U.S. strategy of using the constitution to lure Sunni Arabs from the Sunni-dominated insurgency so American and other foreign troops could start to go home. Representatives of the major factions — Shiites, Kurds and Sunnis — scheduled negotiations for Wednesday morning in the heavily guarded Green Zone after Sunnis angrily rejected the draft presented to parliament Monday only minutes before the midnight deadline. Sunni negotiators opposed several parts of the draft, including federalism, references to Saddam Hussein’s Sunni-led Baath Party and the description of Iraq as an Islamic — but not Arab — country. Israel completes historic withdrawal of Gaza in I week SANUR, West Bank (AP) — Israeli forces armed with riot gear, saws and wire cutters evicted militant holdouts from two Jewish settlements Tuesday, completing Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s historic withdrawal from the Gaza Strip and a comer of the West Bank. The relative ease and lack of violence with which Israel pulled out of the 25 settlements in just a week was a stinging setback to Israel’s ultra-nationalist movement, which for months had mounted vocal and dramatic resistance. Palestinian and Israeli leaden as well as President Bush said the pullout — the first time Israel has abandoned territory Palestinians claim for their future state — opened new opportunities for peace negotiations. HURRY! DOORS OPEN THURSDAY AT NOON! MILLION DOU. EBLOWO ] SAVE 75% MEN’S SUN RIVER KNIT & WOVEN SHIRTS -1 m, > rnsmmmmmmmmA SAVE I 75% ENTIRE STOCK MEN’S & YOUNG MEN’S I SWIMWEAR mm mm mm mmmmmmmmm uh SAVE 75% BOYS & GIRLS SUMMER    1 PLAYWEAR SAVE 75% JUNIORS SPRING & SUMMER . SPORTSWEAR SAVE 75% HANDBAGS & FASHION JEWELRY FOR HER SAVE 75% MISSES SPRING & SUMMER TEES & TANKS SAVE 75% MISSES SPRING & SUMMER SHORTS & CAPRIS 75% 75% GREAT BUYS ON SUMMER GIFTS & HOME DECOR MISSES & JUNIORS SUMMER SLEEPWEAR 5096 OF BUY I, GETI Entire Stock' Shoes for the Family! "2nd item must be of equal or lesser value. tExdudes Roto’, NIKE "Air Force" and NIKE "knpax'.' • •> •' ;    ,    V    •    •:    ■    •    y '    ^    ’    \'*x    '    ,    '    >;    s    .    . ‘Save 75% when you take an EXTRA 50% OFF red-ticket items. Total savings off original prices. Interim markdowns may have been taken Entire stocks only where indicated Selections vary. COURTYARD SHOPPING CENTER, NEW BRAUNFELS, TX • 830-825-8121 • MONDAY-SATURDAY: IO AM - 8 PM, SUNDAY; 12 NOON - 0 PM ;

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