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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas                                FROM From The Associated Press Iraq RICE DEBATE OVER IRAO REFLECTS DOUBTS ABOUT PROSPECTS FOR DEMOCRACY Sec retary of State Condoleezza Rice told Iraqi government leaders Saturday that the con tentious debate in Washington over President Bushs war strategy reflects doubts that democracy will prevail over Some of the debate in Washington is in fact indicative of the concerns that some of the American people if the Iraqi government doesnt do what it has said it will Rice said she told leaders from all of Iraqs Rice made an unan nounced visit to Baghdad as the Senate dead locked on whether repeat a symbolic rebuke that the House hand ed Bush on Friday when it opposed the administra tions troop surge to BOMB BLASTS KILL 11 IN NORTHERN IRAQ A twin bombing left 11 dead in northern Iraq and aircraft went in action Saturday against Sunni insurgents west of as Iraqi officials claimed early success in the campaign to restore order in the The bombers struck in a Kurdish neighborhood of the oil city of about 180 miles north of Bagh as streets were filled with cars and Police and witnesses said the first blast occurred near shops and a bus Minutes lat a suicide car bomber attacked the same Pakistan SUICIDE BOMBER STRIKES PAKISTANI KILLS 15 A suicide bomber blew himself up Saturday in a courthouse in south western killing 15 including a in the deadliest of a series of attacks that have struck the country in recent There is suspicion in Pakistan that proTaliban militants are targeting sensitive sites to under mine the countrys sup port of the United and an official in the region where Saturdays attack took place hinted at Afghan Saturdays explosion wounded 24 people and left bloodied clothes and body parts scattered next to wrecked furniture and shattered glass in Quetta District It forced police already on alert to further tighten secu rity MINOT AIR FORCE SYNTHETIC FUEL TESTED AS MEANS TO LESSEN DEPENDENCE ON FOREIGN OIL With the wind chill mak ing it seem like 40 below Daniel Millman said the Air Force picked the right place to test a new pilot of a B52 helped test a synthetic fuel blend that could be made domesti cally from coal or natural gas as the Air Force seeks to wean its dependence on foreign crude and defray soaring fuel The coldweather ground tests of the fuel showed it compared well to conventional petrole umbased military avia tion known as Air Force officials It behaves exactly the same as no more no Millman NATION February 2007 HERALDZEITUNO Page 5A THEY SAID IT This was definitely a first for David Florida veterinarian who patched up a palmsized turtle that was swallowed whole then regurgitated after 10 minutes by its owners other a golden retriever Senate gridlocks on Houses Iraq war resolution WASHINGTON AP Senate gridlocked on the Iraq war in a sharply worded showdown Saturday as Repub licans foiled a Democratic bid to repu diate President Bushs deployment of additional combat The 5634 vote fell four short of the 60 needed to advance a nonbinding measure identical to one the House passed Seven GOP senators broke compared with only two during an earlier test on the Democrats swiftly claimed A majority of the United States Senate is against the escalation in said GOP stalls Democrats effort against surge Majority Leader Harry Reid of As for the Republicans who chose once again to block further debate and protect President the Amer ican people now know they support the escalation in Republicans blasted the Democratic leadersliip for refusing to allow a vote on an alternative that ruled out any reduc tion in money for troops in the There is no place for chicanery at a time of said Senate GOP leader Mitch McConnell of Even some of the presidents most strident opponents know They know that the only vote that truly matters is a vote on whether to fund the The White House echoed his issuing a written statement that touched lightly on the votes in the House and and looked to the coming debate surrounding Bushs request for an additional billion for the This weeks voting gave the world a glimpse of democracys The next votes should provide unmistakable assurance of this nations resolve in achieving supporting the cause of democracy and stopping ter rorist forces in their ultimate aim of bringing their violence to our said the issued in the name of press secretary Tony The days events ended the initial phase of what looms as a yearlong confrontation between the Democraticcontrolled Congress and the commander in Police 6 1 other killed in fire AP Fire swept through a house in southwestern Pennsylvania early killing six children and a woman and injuring one other state police Several people in the house were able to state Trooper Brian Burden Robert who was staying in the said Joshua Arthur the father of three of the woke him and the two of them tried to rescue all six who were sleeping in at least two The flames were just too said I I couldnt get there was so much The homes gas furnace was not working so the residents were using space heaters throughout the home to keep Husner Authorities said it was unclear whether they contributed to the which was being investigated by a state police fire State police identified the victims as Rebec ca and her children Tiffany Rebecca and Diamond 7 and Arthurs Donna Jo Joshua Arthur and Christopher Arthur was listed in serious condition at Mer cy Hospital in Husner and two other people escaped from the authorities Firefighters arrived at and found flames 10 to 15 feet high coming from the split level Waynesburg Volunteer Fire Com pany Chief Larry Marshall ATLANTA AP The tele vision spot shows a 40year old in slow as her family and coworkers rush by over the course of a It ends with her sitting amid the remnants of a birthday The worst part isnt even that everyone thinks the prob lems in my a female voice The worst part of chronic fatigue syndrome is missing my The spot is the centerpiece of a remarkable million public awareness campaign bankrolled by the Centers for Disease Control and Pre Its in because of the role and politics played in creating Chronic fatigue is a non nonfatal condi tion whose existence some medical skeptics continue to It is not the only example of outside influences moving a lowerpriority health problem higher on the scale of In the March of Dimes lobbied Congress to create a center on birth defects within the In autism advocates were credit ed with passage of a bill that authorized nearly billion over five years to research that But chronic fatigue paved the said Shelley a veteran health advocate and visiting scholar at Johns Hop kins Universitys Bloomberg School of Public In the congressmen authorized money for CDC research into the cause of chronic In advo cates caught the CDC diverting nearly million of that mon ey and spending it in other research There was a federal and the agency eventually replaced the It proved to be a turning point in how the CDC inter acts with and is influenced by advocates and the law makers who support Hearne I think it was really the first wakeup call to the agency that it needed to understand and respond to the needs of the she Chronic fatigue syndrome became a national health issue in when clusters of cases were reported in Incline and in II I II E S T j U A L I T Y CUSTOM SHADES SIHHTERS 80 OFF 2 Wood Blinds 75 OFF Cellular Shades Vertical Blinds 35 OFF Custom Shutters 25 35 OFF All Drapery Fabrics FREE ESTIMATES Canyon 78m iarv Nita Martin 35 Years in Business HAPPY 90TH BIRTHDAY 90tK V We Love you CJnder The 3rd Annual Sweetheart Dance 2007 New Braunfels ParKs thanKs the generous sponsors that made this event a magical memory for over wo dads and daughters Air Gas Brauntex Rentals Celebrations Childrens Dentistry Comal Flower Shop Daniels Restaurant Davilas BarBQ Flowers By Sharon Granzins BarBQ Golf Cars Landa Park Grill Lancia 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