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Garden City Telegram (Newspaper) - January 7, 2002, Garden City, Kansas
Inside at la a.m., the Dow Jones average was 10,262.98, up 3.24 from this mornings opening. Outside local forecast Kansas tonight mostly Clear lows 25 to 35. Tuesday becoming partly Cloudy North with mostly sunny skies South. Unseasonably warm with highs ranging from the upper 50s Northeast to the mid-70s Southwest. Tuesday night partly Cloudy lows generally in the mid-30s. Internet local news sports and editorials Are available at the telegrams internet site. Index Ann Landers. A8 classified. B4-b5 class time. A comics. .a7 horoscopes. A7 hospitals. .a2 kansas.a3 latest developments by the associated press developments related to the sept. 11 attacks a . Warplanes renewed strikes against suspected terrorist hide outs in Eastern Afghanistan a two members of the . Senate intelligence committee said that . Officials Are beginning to believe that Osama bin Laden fled across the afghan Border into Pakistan. A British prime minister Tony Blair arrived monday in Islamabad to press pakistanis government to unequivocally condemn terrorism As a step toward defusing a dangerous showdown with India. A it. Cmdr. Jeff Davis a Pentagon spokesman says about 1,000 . Troops were ordered to the Navy base at Guantanamo Bay Cuba to prepare for the arrival of Al Aida and Taliban prisoners 500 More troops will join them in the coming weeks. A american officials say the highest ranking Taliban official in . Custody a former Taliban ambassador to Pakistan Abdul Salam Maeef a has been moved to an american warship. A a delegation of . Senators thanked uzbek president islam Karimov for supporting the .-led War against terrorists and said economic and political contacts Between the nations would Likely increase. Navy base in Cuba prepares for prisoners Washington apr . Bombers blasted a Large Cache of Taliban and Al Aida armoured tanks and weapons As part of the Effort to eradicate the remnants of the terrorist network inside Afghanistan american military officials said today. Pentagon spokeswoman Victoria Clarke said american aircraft flew 118 sorties and conducted four airstrikes in the Zawar and Khost area sunday that included the third strike in recent Days of a military compound in Eastern Afghanistan where terrorist Leader Osama bin Laden a Fol Lowers have been regrouping she added. A that would be the third time on that Complex a Clarke told reporters. A second senior Pentagon official who spoke on condition of anonymity said the strikes also were designed to hit a major weapons Cache found by . Military forces in the Region. A we found lots of weapons tanks and a pc a armoured personnel carriers. So instead of going in and blowing them up on the ground a which would take too much time a we just bombed it a the officer said. The strikes were conducted by Long Range b-52 and by bombers As Well As Carrier based strike planes from warships in the Indian Ocean the officer said. Khost is known As the Headquarters of a former minister in the ousted Taliban regime Jalaluddin Haquani who is High on the . Most wanted list. Khost also was used As a training base by a1 Aida and was targeted by . Cruise missiles following the bombings of two . Embassies in Africa in 1998. A number of Al Aida fighters Are believed to have slipped into the area after fleeing tora Bora the Mountain Cave Complex seized by .-backed anti Taliban forces last month. Meanwhile. Clarke said construction Crews have begun beefing up the former refugee Camp Sites at the . Navy base at Guantanamo Bay Cuba to Deal with detainees taken in the afghan fighting. A it will be significantly different construction a Clarke said. There were 346 suspected Taliban or Al Aida members in . Custody this weekend she said. The Pentagon plans tight Security for hundreds of Al Aida and Taliban captives expected at the base and is sending 1,500 military police and other troops to build a prison there. Already 1,000 . Troops have orders for Cuba a some by Way of Southwest Asia where they will help transport the prisoners to the base officials said. Five Hundred More soldiers will be ordered to the see Cache. Page a5 professor digs being Back in classroom Hamilton returns biblical archaeology by Jennifer Chick staff writer partly Cloudy see Pafe a2 or Complete details an news analysis legislators not sold on tax hikes governor believes increases would avoid spending cuts by John Hanna associated press writer after travelling the world and retiring once a Garden City Community College professor returned to the classroom to share his enthusiasm with others. Roger Hamilton has channelled his enthusiasm for life and the Bible into a class on biblical archaeology which he has taught every Spring semester at a acc since 1996. Though he holds a masters degree in agronomy he has had an interest in the Bible All his life. Hamilton grew up in a family that read the Bible and prayed every Day worshipping in the Small methodist Church nearby was a social event. He taught the old and the new testament As history for several years at a acc. In 1984, his biblical interest also led Hamilton and his wife Grace to visit archaeological digs in Israel for three and a half weeks. Hamilton said the trip revolutionized his teaching of the old and new testament. After the couple retired in 1988, they moved to California to help with Volunteer efforts. While there they ran into a Young Man who was an Engineer for food for the hungry the Man encouraged the Hamiltons to help food for the hungry by teaching conversational English to see a acc Page a5 Brad Nading Telegram Roger Hamilton looks Over one of the trinkets he brought Home from Japan after being a missionary there for several years. Hamilton will be teaching a biblical archaeology class at Garden City Community College. The r Garden City monday january 7, 2002 volume 73, number 5 scouts kick off annual cookie Sale .a3 broncs pull away Early in Washington .a5 weather .a2 world .a5 6 "72472 00050 Topeka a cuts in education spending and social services. Cancelled Highway projects. Closed minimum Security prisons. Gov. Bill Graves took the unusual step of divulging the outlines of his proposed budget a month Early in mid december in Hopes of convincing legislators that tax increases Are necessary to prevent some of those bad things from happening. But Graves Hasni to sold legislators on tax increases yet. Some legislators remain adamantly opposed to any tax or fee increase and believe state government should Cut spending. They re sceptical Graves has Given the state a Good picture of the alternatives. Other legislators say the legislature May consider increases in some targeted taxes such As those on cigarettes and liquor but they re not certain such proposals would pass. They also flatly Rule out an increase in sales or income taxes. Even Graves has expressed doubts that hell be Able to convince legislators who resisted tax increases last year to endorse them this year. A a in a still not holding out you might say tremendous optimism that Many of the attitudes will have changed a Graves said during a year end interview. When he disclosed the outlines see taxes. Page a5 . Warplanes Pound afghan weapons Cache Matching students face off in scholars bowl a markets.a3 obituaries. .a2 opinion. A4 sports. B1-b2 to 50 cents 14 pages 2 sections get English easy As a by Munoz Learned language with help of sesame Street by Diane Lewis staff writer big Bird Oscar the grouch. Cookie monster. Bert and Ernie. All of the characters that make up the television show a sesame Street were More than just a kids show for Esther Munoz of Deerfield. When she and her husband and two children came to the United states from Juarez Mexico in 1975 they did no to speak English. A i Learned with my kids Quot Munoz said. A they went to school and they did no to know any English either. We Learned together through television. A weekly look at the people who make our area special neighbors sesame Street was How i Learned English. I did no to have a Chance to go to school Over Here. In those years the wife always did what the husband wanted. But i hied with my kids to help them with their Homework. And i Learned along with Munoz and her family first settled in Colorado and the family grew to four children. A we came to the United states to have better opportunities to work a better life a Munoz said. In Colorado Munoz said she stayed Home with her kids for about eight years before finding seasonal part time work. After that she worked for a pants factory eventually Munoz and her family needed to find More work. A my husband did no to have a Job in Colorado a she said. A we heard about Imp and came to after working for Imp for a Little while Munoz said she got Hurt and took a few months off. In 1984, Munoz said she started working in the cafeteria for United vending and food service which serves Iep employees their meals. A i started at the Bottom As a dishwasher in 1984,�?� Munoz said. A i tried to learn All of the jobs to make everything in the Kitchen food preparation and things. Then i had an Opportunity to manage the night shift. I was managing for four years or so. Then my Boss the general see Munoz. Page a5 Graham k. Johnson Telegram Esther Munoz Deerfield operates one of the Cash registers at the cafeteria at Imp. Munoz is the general manager of the cafeteria for United vending and food service. She worked her Way up to the position after starting As a dishwasher
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