New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 1, 2011, Page 13

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas HDiiaay l.fl !ieai% aiè Irt?? ilte liolidiiv ma^if iKick imo yoiir lifrCain says he was ‘Ealselj/ accused’ of harassment Viin1lf(ii1iiHV^inoiiselv(iii! November isi, 2ikI, and ^rt If youre one of the first 30 callers to schedule an appointment, you'll receive a FREE Otoscopie Exam Wt' will determine if wax build up IS causing sound to be r'iuffled. NbvSi cm HEARING AID CENTERS Iß! Wdltiiiin (.ill t aril! wit«! ,(King » w.«l wwf «r.ih ^ ti) ^CHji •ífiipnfií'níeíiy ifiiha'(ig «V* ja'ton Ava< aö» to ?h« fi?st 30 ppopif *>fio «*t i»r. arpoit'imeM Mu« j hav« a neari’^i) irs«, ic tjuairfy FREE Hearing Evaluation    FREE Demonstration Find out which sounds    Try d pair of the latest you're hearing atid which    hearing aids in our office sounds you're not    and hear the difference! 1324 Common St., Suite 303 in New Braunfels (830)515-4416 S(X)0 0 mû[W! ol l\itii^f liiaiiii^öitls 0! N<iu‘ K Ì m ijH (?nly <) ,)ui nq fn'use ir lii'll lll«iNU<ll)Wlllli;i!S \\iili ik- {Hiiilitisi- o! (I (Mil dI ()i fiiiiiitKi lliis iit'iiriiK iitiis Or.ly valid (liirinfl open house (»vew WASHINQTON(AP) Denying ho t'ver sexually harassed anyone, Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain d e c I a r e d Monday he was falsely accustYl in the 1990s while he was head of the Nation- Qgjp, al Restaurant Ass()( iation and the allegations are surfacing now as part of a “witt h hunt." The former pizza (om >a-ny extn: ulive was r(^()()nding to a Politiio r(*[M)rt that said the trade group gave financial settlenK'nts to at least two temale ('mploytH's who had accus(‘d him of inap-f)ropriate s(‘xual behavior. Hut throughout the day, Cain offered conflicting responses as to whether he rememlx?red the spe< ifics of the allegations or the existence of settlements with th(‘ women. That raisixl nenv quc'stions about the candidate who now is at or near the fop in many polls on the GOP race. At an appearance at the National Press Club Monday aftern(K)n, Cain said he did not know if the trade ass(x iation providt^i any stl-tlements, and he dec lined to address specifics of the accusations or any resolution. "I am unaware of any sort of settlement. I hop(' it wasn't for much, lxK,ause I didn't do anything," he said. But in an interview later with fox News, ('ain said he did know about it. "Yes, th(T(' was some' sort of settlement or termination," the front-runntr said. During his apfK'aranc e at the press club, hi' dn lared: "There's nothing else' there to diguf). ... W(’ have no idea the source of this wit( h hunt, which is really what it is." In an interview with The AssixiatiHl Prt'ss imnii'diate-ly afterwarrl, ( ain first said he had some memory of Sfxx ifi( allegations and then said he was not -iwar(’ of any. "Some of them," he r«|W)n(li'd initially. When pressed, he said: "That was 12 yc'ars ago. So no, I don't rem(*mlx'r." Still later, in an int('rview with PBS Ni’wsI lour, he said h(' r(‘m('mlK*r('d that "on( e I refer('ri( ('d this lariy's h(*ight and I was standing n(\ir her" and that th(‘ wottian "thought that that was f(K) (los(‘ for (omiort." EX( j$‘ To comment on stories or to read comments made by others, log on to herald-zeitung.com PARIS Palestine becomes member of UNESCO Palestine' won its greatest international endorsement yet on Mon day full membership m UNISC'O, but the move will cost the agency one-fifth of Its tunding and soni(' tear will send Mideast ()e.u (' ettorts oft a (liff.ln an unusually dr.i-m.itu session at the Paris-bast'fl United Nations I (Kk ationai, Sci(‘n-tifi( and ( ultural ()rganiza tion, ther(‘ were (htvrs tor "vt>s" votts iind grumble's tor th(' ' nos" and abstentions. VVh(“n th(' results wi're in, many d('legat('s jumpc'd to then leet and applauded and somi'orii' let out a crv ol "1 ong live Pale^tiiu'!" in IrciK h. Associated Press "joy fills my heart. This is really a historic moment," said Palestinian Foreign Minister Kiad Malki. "it's the r('furn ot he who was banish('d." TRIPOU, Libya NATO ends victorious Libya campaign NATO's triumphant, 7-month air tampaign against I iby.i en(f('d Monday, setting the (ountr\' on th(' path to a fl('m(K ratic transition less than two weeks after the (af)ture and killing ot ousted dictator Moammar Gadhafi. TIk' allianc e turnc'd down a Libyan reciuc'st to extend the [)rotective umbrella for a few more' we'eks, appar-entK c'agcT to c'xit on a high note and wrap up a costly mission at a time ol tinan c ial austerity. The rc'latively c|uic k victory in Libya repres{>nted a major l)oost tor a ( old War alliance bogged (k)wn in <i H)-\('ar war in Afghanistan, a 12-yi'ar mission in Kosovo and the sec'mingly never-ending anti-pir.uy opi'r.ilK in off the Somali ( oastlinc. LAGOS, Nigeria United Nations marks 7 billionth baby One South Atri( an moth c>r, just 19, narne'd her new born "Inough" and shruggi'd ott a nurse who C|U('slioned wheth(‘r she was old enough to know how ni.HU ( hildrnn she wanted. "Whcic thi tc IS lite. there is hope'," their niothe*r said. But as the uorlrl's )opula-tion surpassi's 7 )illion, tears were' siirre*d aiu'w about how the' pLiiu't will cope with the' ne'e'ds ol so m.iny hum,ins. The* United Nations marke-d the' inilc'stonc' Mon day, (>ven though it is impossible to pin[>oint the> arrival of the' globe's 7 bil-lie)nth oc e upant be( ause millions ot pe'ople' are' born and di(' e'ae h day. TODAY New Braunfels Five-Day Forecast WEDNESDAY THURSDaV FRIDAY SATURDAY Coastal Forecast and Tides Sunny skies. pleasant temperatures ; /57 Patchy am tog. a few nighttime showers /46 Cooler with brisk northerly winds Partly cloudy and mild /O 142 /51 Mostly sunny, a tittle warmer /60 Updated forecasts: www.srh.noaa.gov Type “city, state" or zip code into space provided and click “go" button Port Aransas Today Tomorrow Thursday 79°/67" 78“’/59° 71V 58° Today’s Wind: Eat 10 to 20 Today s Tides 1st High 1 st Low 2nd High 2nd Low Port Aransas 10 :«)PM 12 52 PM none none Gah'fislon 10 02 PM 124 PM none none Galveston Today Tomorrow Thursday 76“/e?® 79“/56 69“/53'^ today's Wind SWat10to20 Mdps and Foiot ast Pioilured by WWW dayweathcr.com Cheyenne Wyoming AlmanacNational Outlool( Temperature Yesterday's High / Low 77 • 47® Normal High / Low 77 54 93“ in 1947 Levels/Flows Edwards Aquifer (ft) Comal Springs (cfs) 10.-31 649.2 194 0 Change -0.4 -6 Sun Sunrise Today 7:46 AM Wednesday 7:47 AM Record Low 24 Precipitation in 1993 Canyon Dam Inflow 10.31 4 Change + 1 Thursday 7:47 AM Yesterdays 0 00" OutflowiGiwdpeR .1! s.i! lieti 66 +/- 0 V- Month to Date 1 54" Lake Level 899 4 -0,07 First Full Avg. Month to Date Year to Date 4 34- 11 14" NBU Pumping Report Nov 2 Nov 10 • Avg. Year to Date 31 09* Millons Millons Departure from Avg -1995" 10/31 of gallons 10 31 of gallons Last Nov. 18 New Nov, 25 Tpfnc.^-Mîijre an-j [<•> ipidtion as yfsterOtiy Taken frof? Braunfels fiKpoit Surface water 4 783 Ground water- 5.850 and Moon Sunset    Moonrise Moonset 6:46 PM    1:29 PM none 6:45 PM    2:08 PM 12:33 AM 6:45 PM    2:42 PM 1:31AM Pollen Counts Grass    n/a Mold    n/'a Tree    n/a Weeds    n/a Pollen counts courtesy of Central Texas Allergy and Asthma -20 10 Ü 10 20 ;-iO 40 50 60 70 80 'Ki 100 Forecast Map NewMaxico^r Oklahoma \ = ? Albuquerqu« »73“/37* ^^■59“/31* Carlsbad Amarillo 78 V 44” 45”/27* Lubl>ock 80”/55* iruT »Paso 75*/38“ 62'/32” i 8r/50' 74*/47‘ X.’ Oklahoma City 7SVS6” 6r/3r TUIsa i;. ' 76V 54* 70*/46* WIchitt Falls 75*/sr §0*/38° Arkansas Dallas 7r/sa* sr /M“ New Braunfels ^ % WIÏÏJ    «i» Galveston •r/46-    ^ 76°/67° 79*/56' ^ tiorpus Christi 80*/64* 80”/57” Today Tomorrow Today Tomorrow City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W City Hi Lo W Hi Lo W Albany 51 34 pc 55 40 pc Las Vegas 79 51 pc 66 45 su AltMiquerque 73 37 pc 59 31 pc Little Rock 74 46 su 72 49 pc Anchorage 24 13 PC 22 11 pc Los Angeles 70 54 su 78 55 su Atlanta 67 40 su 66 43 pc Louisville 66 41 su f)’ 46 pc Atlantic City 56 43 r 59 48 su Madison 55 35 sh 43 25 mx Baltimore 56 36 pc 57 41 su Memphis 72 49 su 73 52 su Baton Rouge 75 50 su 80 60 pc Miami Beach, FL 83 72 sh 81 70 Sh Billings 40 26 mx 45 31 su Milwaukee 61 48 pc 59 42 sh Birmingham 66 43 su 68 47 su Minneapolis MN 56 39 me 45 32 mx Bismarck 49 25 pc 46 25 su Mobile. AL 71 49 su 72 56 pc Boise 49 23 su 55 29 su Montgomery. AL 70 43 su 69 46 su Boston 50 39 pc 52 43 su Nashville. 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SC 67 47 su 67 52 PC Norfolk, VA 62 46 sh 62 46 su Charleston, WV 61 37 su 64 42 su Noitli Piatte, NE 54 32 pc 40 21 Is Charlotte 65 36 su 64 38 su Omaha, NE 70 43 pc 45 33 r Chattanooga 68 38 su 67 43 su Orlando, FL 78 5« pc 80 61 pc Cheyenne 41 22 mx 30 14 pc Philadelphia 57 42 pc 58 39 su Chicago 65 47 pc 63 47 pc Phoentx, AZ 87 59 PC 80 .54 su Cincinnati 60 37 PC 64 44 pc Pittsburgh 56 36 pc 60 40 pc Cleveland 56 44 pc 60 47 pc Portland, ME 50 36 PC 50 41 pc r Colorado Spgs 61 26 pc 32 17 Is Portland, OR 54 36 su 55 40 Columtxjs, OH 59 39 su 63 43 PC Providence, RI 53 35 me 56 41 su Dayton, Oh 59 38 PC 63 44 pc Rapid City, SD 41 29 mx 43 30 su Denver 52 29 r 33 24 Is Reno, NV 49 23 su 52 33 pc Des Moines 74 48 pc 51 36 r Richmond, VA 60 36 pc 61 40 su Detroit 56 44 pc 62 47 pc Sacramento 74 40 su 73 46 pc Duluth 48 37 pc 4b 29 PC St. Louis, MO 73 45 pc 69 47 pc Eugene 55 34 su 56 39 r Salt Lake City UT 48 ?5 Is 46 32 PC Fairbanks 9 -5 PC 7 •3 pc San Diego, CA 68 54 pc 71 54 su Fargo 50 33 pc 47 26 PC San Francisco CA 71 51 su 68 51 su Flagstaff 63 27 PC 49 25 pc Santa Fe, NM 64 32 pc 49 24 sh Fort Smith 75 46 pc 74 50 pc Seattle, WA 52 41 PC 54 42 r Grand Raptds 57 42 PC 60 44 sh Shreveport. LA 75 49 pc 78 50 PC Greensboro 62 35 su 62 36 su Sioux Falls, SD 61 37 pc 43 25 mx Helena 34 20 pc 45 24 su Springfield 71 49 su 68 37 th Honolulu 83 72 sh 83 72 sh Spokane. WA 46 26 su 52 32 r Indianapohs 63 41 su 65 46 pc Tampa, FL 79 57 su 00 61 fK Jackson, Miss 72 44 su 74 52 su Topeka 78 51 pc 52 35 sh Jacksonville, FL 70 52 su 73 57 pc Tucson, A2 88 52 pc 82 50 su Juneau AK 36 15 sn 33 11 pc Washington, DC 58 38 pc 59 41 su Kansas City 75 54 pc 60 36 sh Wilmington, DE 57 39 PC 58 39 su Knoxville 66 36 su 65 41 su Wichita, KS 75 51 PC 60 38 r Every drop of water matters Find out the latest on landscape watering restrictions at nbutexas.com or call (830) 608-8925 for more infonnation. NBU Here is what matters.mm ;

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