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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 11, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Braves blank Astros in Game 2 NEW BRA THURSDAY October 2001 14 pages in Z sections V 14 pages in 2 scctii 287 Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 1852 America Strikes Back Day 4 Military forces strike targets in Afghanistan for fourth consecutive Taliban says leader Mullah Mohammed Omar and terrorism suspect Osama bin Laden are Bush administration urges cau tion by media networks in broadcast ing prerecorded communications from bin Laden and associates in case they contain coded instructions for fresh Philippines officials say United States will provide train ing and equipment to help fight Islamic Violent protests hit Indonesia for third consecutive Protesters also march in Justice Department plans task force that will handle prosecutions of terrorists and gather information to prevent further instead of leaving cases to attorneys water system operators ask for billion to protect plants from MOST WANTED Fight against terrorism hits new front with wanted list BY DAVID ESPO AP Special Correspondent WASHINGTON With American pilots poised to unleash bunkerbusting bombs against the Taliban in President Bush declared Wednesday that our calling is the eradication of ter rorism around the Now is the time to draw the line in the sand against the evil he At the Bush unveiled a new list of 22 mostwanted ter Osama bin Laden among And the adminis tration urged networks to exer cise caution in broadcasting pre recorded communications from bin Laden and his lest they contain coded instruc tions for fresh terrorist Bush praised NATO for help ing patrol American skies using sophisticated earlywarning sur veillance planes starting Fri This has never happened before that NATO has come to help defend our country but it happened in this time of need and for that were grate Bush said in the Rose Gar standing next to Lord the NATO secretary These terrorists are not 10 feet they are not insupera theyre not but we Robertson And we can win and we cer tainly will Pentagon speaking on condition of said war plans included the use of laserguided first used during the Persian Gulf War a decade ago to attack Iraqi underground The president spoke after a morning breakfast with senior congressional where he and they smoothed over a dis agreement about the distribu tion of classified information concerning the nations response to terrorist attacks of Leaving the White House Democratic Leader Dick Gephardt said the group had See Many faces of terror The 22 most wanted terrorists are First Row Mushin Muaa Matwalll Ahmed Mohammed Named Anas Muhammed All Atwa Row two Hasan Osama Bin Mustafa Mohamed Fadhil Row three Ahmed Khalfan All Saed Bin All EIHoorie Row four KhatW Shaikh Fazul Abdullah Mohammed Row Five Fahid Mohammed Ally Ahmed Ibrahim Imad Fayez Abdelkarim Hussein Mohamed Saif Al Adel Row six Abdullah Ahmed Sheikh Ahmed Sallm Ibrahim Salln Mohammed Abdul Rahman Yasln and Ayman AlZawahlrl 50 ccntvS INSIDE Abby 5A Classifieds Comics 8A Crossword 5A Forum 6A 4A Movies 5A Obituaries 3A Sports Today 2A Key Code Careers in the shadows Program for middle school students gives glimpse of real world BY JONI SIMON Staff Writer Candlestick A more modern list of career choices might include astronaut and computer pro A career decision is not often an easy one to but in New the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce helps local youth with that deci sion through its shadow We asked the students to list five they are assigned to their first Chamber Director of Economic Development Rusty Brookman Slightly more than busi nesses and organizations are See DAVIS Expert presents blood evidence BY RON MALONEY Staff Writer JOHNSON CITY An expert in genetic identification testified Wednesday that she found two spots of Kathie Balonis blood on the cloth ing of Jack Warren Missy Wolfe also said Davis left some of his blood in Balonis apartment the night Balonis was found murdered in New Defense attor ney Stanley Schneider attacked that blood evidence as the lead investiga tor in Davis sec ond capital mur der trial told how she reconstructed the investigation into Balonis 1989 is charged with capital murder for allegedly killing Balo If he faces life in Davis was convicted in the case at a 1990 but that conviction was overturned in 1992 amid allegations that then Comal County District Attorney Bill Reimer intimidated a the defense is expected to begin presentation of its Schneider as he has throughout the to possible evi dence not checked or kept by New See EVIDENCB7A Committee straightens up priorities BY BILL FRISBIE Staff Writer The group that recommends to the New Braunfols City Council which organizations will get a share of tourism tax dollars next year will use a new voting system to help make that The Hotel Occupancy Tax Com mittees unanimous decision Mon day to change its way of ranking projects stems from a need for a more equitable according to Chairman Cork committee members will assign to each project funding request a numerical rankings between and the number of proposals on the The higher numbers will indicate the higher ranked Members will vote See Students par ticipating in the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce shadow pro gram get a tour of the Comal County JESSIE Zeitung
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