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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas NEW BRAUNFELS TUESDAY September 2001 12 pages in 2 sections pages in scctit HERALDZEITUNG 266 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 50 cents All roads lead to Osama bin Laden and his location in Colin Secretary of State Wanted Dead or alive President Bush will bring Osama bin Laden to justice Markets plunge to three year low Analysts not surprised FROM STAFF AND WIRE REPORTS The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped to its lowest level since 1998 in the New York Stock Exchanges first day of trading since the 11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and the When the closing bell rang at Eastern the Dow stood at below the March low and the lowest mark since December The broader market also suffered with the Nasdaq falling or to a level not seen since October The Standard Poors 500 the broadest measure of Wall declined or to But analysts anticipated the drop and local invest ment firms expressed no sur prise at the days I think almost everyone anticipated a drop of 300600 James Dunks of HFS Securities We hoped it would stabilize at but we werent too far off In afternoon the Dow fell or per to dropping See Investigators step up search for terrorists JESSIE Hundreds marched to the steps of the state capital Sunday afternoon as part of Diez y Sies Noting Tuesdays speakers asked that this tragedy bring people of all colors together in a united casting aside racial bias for peace and Signs in Spanish and English called for an end to WASHINGTON AP President Bush said he want ed Osama bin Laden dead or alive and warned Mon day of American casualties hi the gathering war on ter We will win the war and there will be the pres ident said in a midday visit to the wounded where military planners were readying callup orders for He said he was confident the armed forces were pre pared to defend freedom at any All roads lead Osama bin Laden and his location in said Secre tary of State Colin overseeing the diplomatic effort to persuade Afghanistans ruling Taliban militia to turn over bin The Muslim fundamental ist group has given bin Laden sanctuary in Afghanistan since The FBI stepped up its search for possible collabo rators in the 11 terror ist detaining 49 peo ple for questioning and cast ing a global dragnet for as many as 200 Attorney General John Ashcroft asked Congress to pass sweeping new antiter rorism measures by weeks end to assist the inquiry while assigning numerous federal agents to provide security aboard commercial KRTptioto President Bush hammers his fist on the table as he demands justice for the 11 attacks on the World Trade Center and the Associates of the hijack ers that have ties to terrorist organizations may be a con tinuing presence in the Unit ed the nations top law enforcement officer The effort to find those sus pects intensified as the FBI doubled the number of people it has detained for question ing or on immigration viola tions from 25 on Saturday to 49 on In a list being provided to and global police of people they wanted detained grew to nearly officials FBI Director Robert See Congressman Lamar Smith stops by the handmade signs in front of Canyon High School on his way to Austin Monday JESSIE Zeitung Congressman makes uneasy trip back to BY AMY CLARKSON Staff Writer Congressman Lamar Smith nervously boarded an airplane the first time since terrorists hijacked four planes and used them as weapons in and New York What normally took five or six hours took nine he said Monday during a visit in New Just like people in New Braunfels feel nervous during a hard it was a little The flight to Dallas was about two thirds he Thinking about another American Airlines flight was he You had to think about the people who took those American Airline flights last week and wonder what they were going he I felt better when we landed in Dallas out of Washingtons But that uneasiness is some thing people are going to feel for a Sporting a white and blue Smith talked about the need to change federal law to make it easier for officials to capture and punish terrorists after the attacks on and New INSIDE Key Code 76 Eateries prepare for Taste of Town BY AMY CLARKSON Staff Writer For the past 15 the Childrens Museum of New Braunfels planned a fundraiser to help with expenses of running the This the need is greater because of an unscheduled move from the New Braunfels Event Chairwoman Vickie Morris said about 24 restaurants would par ticipate in todays Taste of the starting at 6 at Were going to have Two Tbns of Steel she Were very excited about this Morris urged residents to buy tick ets Organizers printed tickets in honor of the 15th and the event is nearly sold Tickets are and are available at the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of the Childrens Museum and China n The silent auction is sure to get plenty of Morris One of the auction items is a new Ford given by Bluebonnet York Smith said he believed Congress needed to change federal laws on wiretapping and address border secu immigration and customs Its right to get a wire tap for a drug dealer than it is for a terror he This attack was planned for years it was executed with Hundreds of people were We have a lot of work to do in As chairman of the crime subcommittee of the House of Representatives Judiciary Smith will get the first look at the White Houses plans to change See Claudia Frances Soechting and Terry Buck work out details for donated bid items at Wursthalle for tonights Taste of the Zeitung
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