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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 30, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas American Profile Quilting LEISURE This Week Al Barlow goes NE1 LL TOV fW KM LIZ SOUTHWEST IIICROFIICHISHERS or 2627 E YflMDELL EL PflSO TX 79903 Lifestyle Paint the town Gruene for good C SUNDAY September 2001 34 pages in 4 sections pages in t seccu MERALDZ EITUNG 150 277 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 Diplomacy fails to budge Taliban rulers Major Developments Attorney General John Ashcroft says authorities have arrested or detained more than 480 Officials say entire cost of recovery from World Trade Center attacks could reach That includes debris overtime pay and subway and skyscraper The National Guard takes to airports in response to President Bushs recommendation to ensure airline Security Council approves a resolution demanding that all countries take measures to crack down on Number of missing at World Trade dead at Pentagon death toll remains Pennsylvania crash BY PAULINE JELINEK Associated Press Writer Presi dent Bush condemned Afghanistans Taliban rulers for harboring Osama bin Laden and his followers on Saturday and the United States pressed its military and diplomatic campaign against Peace groups marched in the protesting that innocent lives could be lost in the coming retaliation against prime suspect bin believed to be hiding in In his weekly radio Bush said the Tal not the Afghan would be held responsible for harboring The United States respects the people of and we are their largest provider of humanitarian he But we condemn the and welcome the support of other nations in isolating that Bushs condemnation of the Taliban followed two weeks of unsuccessful efforts to con vince the Muslim rulers to hand over bin A Pak istani delegation failed again Friday and said the Taliban Mullah Mohammed refused to discuss the Saudi One of the Pak istani participants I dont think that Mullah Omar is afraid of The United States moved more equipment to the cen tral Asia and more reservists donned their uni forms after Fridays The Pentagon said the Marine Corps would mobilize 191 reservists and the Navy 250 more to bring those acti vated so far to more than At Camp Bush con sulted CIA director George chief of staff Andrew Card and national security adviser Condoleezza The White House released a See Wheres the beef County Fair Schedule TODAY Carnival open from 1 to 10 armbands from 1 to 5 armbands 510 Livestock judging startsat 9 with jackpot meat goat show Comal Corral Mariachis Ecos de America also performing at the food 2 to Childrens Best Western Dress Contest 6 to 10 free admis sion Rodeo Bullriders Extravaganza starts at 3 advance tickets are and tickets at the gate are Antique tractor pull play day Kiddie tractor pull noon Arts and crafts show opens at 10 Livestock Sarah Walleck gets a frothy kiss from her Big Saturday after brush ing him for CHRIS Zeitung CHRIS Sarah Walleck brings her Big into the show arena Saturday at the Comal County Fairgrounds during steer and heifer Showmanship just part of champions full plate BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer Sarah Walleck cant imagine a life where a kid gets home from school and sits in front of a television I cant just sit there and watch she said Saturday after noon at the Comal County To thats just I have to be up and doing What was doing Sat urday was winning the Grand Champion award for her Maine Anjou Big Red and the junior showmanship award for A Canyon Middle School student who lives just outside Garden Ridge along the southern border of Comal a member of the Future Farmers of is the youngest of four children of Tommy and Antonette See Take two of murder trial starts Monday BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer JOHNSON CITY One way or a decadelong New Braunfels legal saga is headed toward its endgame on And Jack Warren the man accused and convicted once of raping and murdering 24yearold elementary school teacher Kathie Balonis in New Braunfels in is headed toward his whatever it proves to a jury will be selected in his sec ond capital murder tri New Braunfels police investigators who put Davis behind bars once would like his destiny to be life in a state They have been working for months with an investiga tor from Texas Attorney General John Cornyns office to repackage the case that put him there the first 10 years Balonis was found strangled and sex ually assaulted in her apartment at 483 Laurel Lane in New Braunfels on who was 30 at the worked in maintenance at the Police arrested Davis the day after Balonis body was Six months he was convicted of capi tal murder and sentenced to life in the accusations that then District Attorney Bill Reimer had improperly intimidated a witness in the case led the Third Court of Appeals DAVIS See Fire destroys mobile home investigators suspect arson FROM STAFF REPORTS CANYON LAKE Investigators said that a predawn fire Friday that left a Rambling Drive couple homeless was arson and were seeking public help in finding whoever set The back deck of James and Bar bara Storys doublewide mobile home was set on fire sometime after 2 Canyon Lake Fire and EMS crews fought the but the home was a total Comal County Fire Marshal Lin Manford and Assistant Fire Marshal Wayne Ellington investigated the fire How to help Anyone with information on the fire that destroyed a Rambling Drive home early Friday is asked to call the Comal County Sheriffs Office or the Comal County Fire Marshals Office at 830 A reward is with the state fire marshals office and a dog trained to find traces of chemi cals used in setting All possible accidental causes for this fire have been Man ford Its Manford said help from the public in solving this case would be imper We can do the investigation and determine what caused this But to determine who did were going to have to rely on citizens and their Manford This fire isnt the first arson fire in the During a three day span in two homes were burned in near by Mobile Home During the past there have been seven arson fires near Canyon Ellington said smoke alarms in the home likely saved the lives of its occu Story heard the smoke alarm go It probably saved her She thought it was the alarm clock and tried to reset but realized the noise was from a smoke Ellington James Story went and saw the back deck was in He tried to control the fire with a garden but it had already grown too Ellington The American Red Cross and fami ly members are assisting the INSIDE On the Key Code 77
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