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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Paige 2A HERALDZEITUNG December 2005 sengerjet Cashes in least 56 killed Nigeria AP Nigerian passenger jet crashed Saturday in the southern city of Port and a radio station said at least 56 people were The Sosoliso Airlines flight from Abuja was carrying 110 people when crash landed and burst into radio station Rhythm FM Fiftysix bodies have been and seven people were tak en to the the report Sam a spokesman for the Nigerian Civil Aviation confirmed that a plane had crashed but said he had no further there was a We are try ing to establish contact with Port Har he told The Associated Nigerian airline Aerocontractors issued a statement on Rhythm FM to express sympathy with the families Mends tor todays air crash in DIGEST i The Canyon bovs basketball team watched the action in 1 the River City HERALDZEITUNG To have your event publi contact Melissa McCaghren at or by email at From wire reports TEXAS PEARLAND TEEN ARRESTED ON SUSPICION OF KILLING FATHER A Pearland teenager has been arrested on suspicion of killing his police The 14yearold was arrested Friday in connection with the death of Reginald who was found dead in his Pearland home earlier in the police Authorities found the teenager driving his fathers vehi cle in Texas Pearland police spokesman Rick Fernandez The teenager was being held Friday in the Brazoria County Juvenile Detention Fernandez said Carmen was shot at least but investiga tors did not release a motive for the NATION WASHINGTON BUSHS RATINGS WITH PUBLIC IMPROVE President Bush shifted into campaign mode in recent weeks to tout the economys strength and explain the high stakes in Iraq possi bly helping to boost his job approval rate to 42 percent in the December APIpsos While attitudes about Bushs handling of the economy and Iraq both improved building on that progress may be A majority of people remain skeptical about Iraq and improved feelings about the economy could be dampened by expensive winter heating Anxiety about the war and ter rorism is still a said Richard director of con sumer surveys at the University of There is greater anxiety about energy prices and the possibility of having a colder thannormal WORLD Poland POLISH PREMIER ANNOUNCES PROBE INTO ALLEGED CIA JAILS Polands prime minister said Saturday that he has ordered a probe of allegations that the CIA ran secret prisons for terror sus pects on Polish I am commissioning a detailed check in all places possible to pre cisely check if there is any proof that such an event took place in our Kazimierz Marcinkiewicz It is necessary to finally close the issue because it could be dangerous to he Spokesman Konrad Ciesi olkiewicz said he didnt know who would conduct the Polish officials have repeatedly denied allegations by human rights campaigners that the spy agency held alQaida sus pects in Poland and that clandes tine CIA flights used Polish air Lieberman s prowar views stir Democratic concerns WASHINGTON AP Joe Liebermans staunch stay thecourse defense of Presi dent Bushs Iraq policies isnt winning him any friends among fellow Liebermans prowar views may be winning him praise from a grateful White but some Democratic col leagues see him as undercut ting their partys efforts to wrest control of Congress from the GOP next Hes doing damage to the ability of Democrats to wage a national said Ken a University of Con necticut public policy profes Its Lieberman being And its frustrat ing for people trying to put a Democratic strategy togeth Sensing political vulnerabil ity in Bushs handling of Democrats are a compelling antiwar uniting the party for tifie pivotal midterm congres sional Democrats hope a surging antiwar tide in 2006 can help them shatter the GOPs 12 year lock on the House and win back the Senate for the first time since Its not a tidal wave but the ingredients are start ing to fall into said vet eran Democratic strategist Tad HQWTQ HeraldZeitung 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call 115 display call 208 engage call who seems to relish his role as a is veering far from the Democra tic His vocal support for the a stark and fre quent reminder of the deep divisions among Democrats on how to end the makes him something of a marked Lieberman is a big he was AI Gores running mate and he carries said But he beats to his own drum and thats a prob lem for Liebermans proBush stance has long rankled many but his comments Tuesday scolding antiwar critics within his own party had a sharper It is time for Democrats who distrust President Bush to acknowledge that he will be commander in chief for three more critical and that in matters of undermine presidential cred ibility at our nations said urging bipar tisan The words drew a frosty response from Democratic National Committee Chair man Howard a former Lieberman foe during the 2004 presidential We believe that talking about the presidents failed strategy in Iraq is not unpa Dean said on It may undercut the presi but it does not under cut our Dean tossed a parting jab at claiming Democrats are not as divided on Iraq as press reports The differences are pretty Senator Lieberman he The senator has a long his tory of bucking his He was one of the few Democ rats to chide former President Clinton during the Monica Lewinsky He has assailed Democratfriendly Hollywood for producing Solid 2005 Avail Come caffy for best section DriveThru Christmas Liqht Park OVER MILLION I35N between New Braunfels San Marcos Exit 199 OPEN DAILY SUNTHUR 6 pm10 pm FRISAT 6 pm11 pm Austin Canyon MSm Marcos if New Braunfels tilling INFO 8307431293 DOC WALL In Home Service We bring our shop to your Home Service and repairs on all major brands of Appliances Small Gas Engines Call The Doc 6254656 Satisfaction Quaranleed Since 1945 Enjoy the Holidays Party Trays Gift Baskets Featuring our delicious smoked meats Catering Available off Present this coupon and receive of or Offer Expire Can not be used discounts or f40 Hwy Real Eyes 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