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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, September 18, 2001 — HERALD-ZEITUNG — Page 3ABorder countries react to U.S. threat SEARCH/From 1A Having sheltered suspected terrorist organizer Osama bin Laden since 1996, Afghanistan's ruling Taliban have become a likely target of U.S. retaliation for last week’s terror attacks. Some surrounding countries have aligned themselves with the United States, with varying degrees of committment, while others have refused to contribute in any way to U.S. aggression. Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan These former Soviet republics are influenced by Russia and are unlikley to take part in strike or allow U.S. forces to use territory. Tajikistan Said Sunday it will not allow Western nations to launch attacks on Afghanistan from its territory. Tajikistan is heavily influenced by Russia. UZBEKISTAN KYRGYZST/ N China Pledged to work with Washington against terrorism, but hasn’t spoken about strikes or specific help. ~ /;:;v Ashgabat % TURKMENISTAN rn f n * * A n    believed    to    be concentrated in the mountainous region 9”’ if" f ' TAJIKISTAN ■ £-*’■*    i..p-    • Terrorist camps are CHINA ■ Population 25,838,797 (July 2000) Religions Sunni Muslim ..84% Shia Muslim ....15% Ethnicities Pashtun ..........38% Tajik................25% Hazara............19% Uzbek...............6% near the Khyber Pass Kabul HNP I J*. '% m AFGHANISTAN I om ■ I N rn -fP A KTSTAN , $ Ji *$jl * ~y WB-300"1 . ■I    ••• v •: Mueller confirmed that several secret material witness warrants have been issued for the arrest of people who are believed to have relevant information about Tuesday’s terror. He declined to provide esti-mates or names, saying courts have sealed the information. The Justice Department previously confirmed two people were arrested on such warrants. But no one has directly been charged with crimes related to the attacks seven days ago. Mueller said law enforcement did not have any advance indications about the suicide hijackings that struck the World Trade Center towers and the Pentagon. “There were no warning signs that I’m aware of that would indicate this type of operation in the country,” he said. New Delhi O FBI agents pressed to learn whether any of those already in custody may have assisted the hijackings, were thwarted in their own efforts to hijack other planes or planned to carry out other attacks against Americans. Among those being detained were two men who left on a plane from Newark, N.J., around the time of the attacks, and then took an Amtrak train to Texas from St. Louis, Mo., after their plane was grounded. Ayub Ali Khan, 51, and Mohammed J a weed Azmath, 47, were removed from an Amtrak train during a routine drug search Wednesday night. No drugs were found, but the men had box-cutting knives and about $5,000 in cash, according to a federal official who spoke on condition of anonymity. Hijackers in Tuesday’s attacks used knives and box cutters to commandeer the four airliners last Tuesday. The FBI was aggressively questioning their acquaintances in New Jersey, where at least 13 people were being detained, officials said. The two men have been flown by authorities to New York, as was another man who had been held in Minnesota, officials said. Zacarias Moussaoui was detained Aug. 17 on immigration concerns after he aroused suspicions by seeking to buy time on a flight simulator for jetliners at a Minnesota flight school, law enforcement officials said. Among those being monitored is a Muslim cleric who previously was questioned by prosecutors in the 1990s embassy bombings case linked to bin Laden, considered the prime suspect. MARKETS/From 1A India Iran    Pakistan Opposes the Taliban. Has closed    Promised “full support" to the United States    Has shared its border with Afghanistan, fearing    to retaliate, which could include deployment    intelligence information refugees from a U.S. strike. United    of international troops in Pakistan and the    about Islamic States is considering whether to    use of Pakistani airspace. Would not    extremists in Pakistan ask Iran for help.    participate in an attack on Afghanistan.    and Afghanistan. Afghanistan: A history of resistance 1919 Independence from Britain. 1929 British intercedes to establish General Nadir Shah on the throne after brigands seize Kabul. 1965 First Marxist party formed, People’s Democtratic Party of Afghanistan. 1979 Soviet troops invade to fight Muslim rebels threatening communist government. Identified as major supplier of heroin to Western Europe. 1992 Communist President Najibullah resigns as guerrilla forces advance. Guerrilla leader Burhanuddin Rabbani becomes president after clashes between moderate and Islamic fundamentalist forces. J III 1921 1961 1978 1989 Treaty of U.S. Military Last of Soviet Friendship President dictator troops withraw in is signed John F. Mohammed accordance with with Soviet Kennedy Daoud UN-sponsored Union. offers to Khan killed agreement. Civil mediate in Marxist strife continues. border coup. dispute with Pakistan. 1996 Taliban, an insurgent Islamic fundamentalist faction, captures Kabul and sets up a government. Najibullah is executed. Taliban empowers Islamic religious police to enforce codes of dress and behavior particularly restrictive to women. 1998 Killing of several Iranian diplomats during Taliban takeover heightens tensions with Iran. U.S. cruise missiles strick Kabul hitting facilities the U.S. alleges were terrorist training camps run by Osama bin Laden. below 9,000 for the first time since December 1998. Nearly all of its 30 components posted big losses. Dunks said the important thing was that the stock exchange opened and could handle the heavy volume of trading with few problems. The New York Stock Exchange, just blocks from the World Trade Center, closed for four days as crews worked to replace telephone lines and computer equipment. It was the longest exchange closing since 1933. “This is our first chance to react since the incidents happened,” Dunks said. ‘Tm happy that the system works, we filled orders and now we’ll focus on finding the good buys that are out there.” The market opened with two minutes of silence for the victims of this past week’s Obituaries CASTILLO Trinidad B. Castillo, of New Braunfels, passed away Monday, Sept. 17, at the age of 83. He formerly worked at Mission Valley Mills. Trinidad is survived by his wife, Paula B. Castillo of New Braunfels; four daughters, Mary Esther Raigosa and husband Ray of Austin, Maria Augustina Castillo of San Antonio and Lucy Rodriguez and Esdula Gutierrez of Uvalde; two sisters, Nieves Reyes of Houston and Martina Solis of San Antonio; two brothers, Jimmy (Santiago) Zuniga of New Braunfels and Juan Gonzales of San Antonio; and numerous grandchildren, greatgrandchildren and nieces and nephews. A sister, Josefina Mesa, and two brothers, Margarito Castillo and Eustacio Zuniga, preceded Mr. Castillo in death. The Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 18, at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel. Everyone will meet at IO a.m. Wednesday at the Holy Family Catholic Church for the Mass of the Christian burial to be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday. There will be no procession from Zoeller Funeral Home to the church. Interment will follow immediately at Sts. Peter & Paul Cemetery. Memorials can be directed to Hope Hospice of New Braunfels. Zoeller Funeral Home SCHWAB Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Alice Mae Schwab, of New Braunfels. She passed away at Colonial Manor Care Center on Monday, Sept. 17, 2001, at the age of 64. Zoeller Funeral Home Click on us at www.herald- ROEMER Merle Emil Roemer, age 89, of New Braunfels, passed away Sunday, Sept. 16, 2001. Merle was a retired pipefitter and a member of Pipefitter;s Local Union No. 211 of Houston. He is survived by his wife, Mattie Lee Roemer of New Braunfels; his step-daughter Saundra Gayle McAlister of Houston; two sisters, Vester Rutledge of Austin and Lillian Fisher of Elgin; three grandchildren; five greatgrandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews. Merle was preceded in death by two brothers, Howard Roemer and Erwin Roemer. Visitation for Mr. Roemer will begin Tuesday, Sept. 18, at 3 p.m. Funeral services will take place at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19, at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Don Somerville officiating. Zoeller Funeral Home BRUMFIELD Leif Kett Brumfield, age 23, of New Braunfels, passed away on Sept. 15, 2001, in Lampasas County, Texas. He was the son of Douglas Wayne Brumfield and Susan Carol Winnett. Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home. Zoeller Funeral Home Gain The WILLPOWER Lose The Weight. WWght Watchers Winning Points lets you eat your favorite foods, so you stay satisfied. Pluo. oui supportive weekly meetings create an empowering environment that keeps you motivated it s a winning combination that gives you (tie widower to succeed. WIAh QUO if VORK * ijhrttrn* Na*; JI* Not Typictit JOIN FOR ONLY s18! For more information 1.800.651.6000 New Braunfels Faith United Church of Christ 970 Loop 337 Mon 6:30 pm Wed 9:30 am Sat 11:00 am Canyon Lake Startz Cafe 10350 Startz Road Mon 5:30 pm Weigh-in begins 30 minutes prior to meeting time. 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The ratio of stocks that declined to those that advanced was about 5 to I, typical of the Wall Street’s recent sell-offs. Airline companies took the biggest hit on the market today, Dunks said. The Federal Reserve tried to hold off a selling panic before the markets opened Monday, issuing a half-point drop in interest rates. Dunks said it was hard to tell whether the strategy worked. Got a tip? Call us at 625-9144 ext. 221 New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Published on Sunday mornings and weekday mornings Tuesday through Tuesday by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (USPS 377-880) 707 Landa St., or PO. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas 78131-1328. Periodical postage paid by the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung in New Braunfels, Texas. Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties: three months, $22.00; six months, $40; one year, $72. Senior Citizen Discounts by carrier delivery only: six months, $36; one year, $68. Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas: three months, $31.80; six months, $58; one year, $109.50. Mail outside Texas: six months, $81; one year, $124.25. Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 a.m. Tuesday through Friday and by 7 a.m. Saturday and Sunday can call (830) 625-9144 . Postmaster: Send address changes to the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, PO. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Tx. •78131-1328. One People, One Grief 5:30 p.m. Tuesday Sept. 18, 2001 New Braunfels High School Unicorn Stadium (Visitors' Entrance) Gather with us as we address issues of grief, living with uncertainty, and our hope for the future Invocation by Rev. Tom Martinez, First Presbyterian Church Honor Guard presentation by the Sons of the American Revolution Patriotic songs led by Peaches Kelly Keynote speeches by Dr. Jim Kern, The Hon. Bob Krueger and NB Fire Chief Jack Collier Presentations by the Student Body President of New Braunfels High School and the Student Council President of Canyon High School Bereavement discussion by Elaine Craig, Bereavement Coordinator for Hope Hoapice A visit from a signer of the Declaration of Independence Counselors will be available following the program. People, One Grief hosted by HOPF HOSPICE un a waiwnwam In collaboration with The City of New Braunfels New Braunfels Fire Department New Braunfels Independent School District Comal Independent School District Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Connections Individual and Family Services Comal Unit, American Red Cross Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation ;