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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 25, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Americans share spirit of holiday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Millions of Americans stepped out for parades or Just settled back to watch but Thanksgiving meals formed the holidays centerpiece as families both intimate and impromptu gathered for the oldest of national In where the hardy people of Plimoth Plan tation first gave thanks for a bountiful harvest 350 years the family of Marine John LHeureux felt especially blessed a wounded survivor of Octobers terrorist bombing in was home from Lebanon for his first Thanksgiving outside a barracks in three And inside the walls of the North Dakota it was the biggest day of the year for more than 400 inmates whose friends and relatives came to said Warden Winston A halfmillion people stood in brisk winds and temperatures in the low 30s to watch Detroits big Thanksgiving Day while parents in New York hoisted tots who screamed and cheered as a heliumfilled Woody Woodpecker and other favorite characters floated past in Macys 57th annual Were not used to this kind of said a shivering Sharon a hula dancer in the high school band before her unit stepped off in New Yorks chilly Acrosa the those who felt fortunate gave thanks by sharing their money and providing instant families for others whose holiday would otherwise have been Denis who until three years ago was a senior vice president at Arkansas First National Bank in Little woke up early to collect homeless people from the emptied streets Now the director of the Union Rescue Jensen oversaw dinners for about 235 people and delivery of food baskets to 200 I went out and picked up four carloads of Jensen They feel The New Life Evangelistic Church in Louis served hundreds of hungry people and delivered food to an additional This year were seeing more more women with said the Larry pastor to the citys Some have their utilities shut off and cant Others have no And some are just In where the Salvation Army fed restaurateur Chris Ritzakis roasted 60 turkeys for free meals for an additional When I came to the United States in hoped one day to afford something like I know the feeling of being alone on a said a Greek Tighten up New Braunfels HwaldZeitung November 9A Secret Service increases security around White House WASHINGTON AP In a move that appeared to be designed to toll jiny Beirutstyle the Secret Service tightened security around the White House during the Thanksgiving holiday by parking seven sandladen dump trucks at five metalgate White House press secretary Larry Speakes said the move was not in response to a specific but security also was tightened at the State Department six blocks where spokeswoman Anita Stockman said authorities were reacting to possible bomb President Reagan and his family were at Reagans ranch in Santa for a five day Thanksgiving ending At the State five entrances were blocked by cars or vans and police cars blocked part of a street that leads to a Stockman said extra security has been taken and will be in effect until we can evaluate this possible or potential The State Department security measures were implemented while the trucks were moved around the White House on The parked trucks at the entrances to the White House grounds were the latest episode in a series of increasingly stringent security measures prompted by a latenight bomb blast at the Capitol on 7 and the attack on the Marine headquarters in The 23 Beirut which killed 239 ser occurred when a dynamiteladen truck with a suicide driver at the wheel rammed the Marine Last in reaction to the Capitol guards began to use dogs to sniff all cars and trucks entering the White House grounds for Guards also searched the handbags and briefcases carried by normally exempt from such in what was described as a spot On three dump trucks were parked at the southwest gate across the entrance to the closed off street separating the White House from the Old Executive Office building next Those trucks were outside the fence surrounding the White Another truck was parked on that same street inside the northwest gate two more were inside gates leading off 17th Street into the Old Executive Office Building and a seventh was on East Executive a public walkway on the other side of the building separating the White House from the All the lights on the south lawn of the White House were which is unusual when the mansion is not in A loud buzzer from inside the compound could be heard Thursday but later was The guard dogs could be seen patrolling and sniffing at Striking driver arrested in Greyhound shooting SAN ANTONIO AP The FBI says it has arrested a striking Greyhound bus driver suspected of shooting at a bus and its driver on an east San Antonio The 53yearold man was being held in the Bexar County Jail after his arrest said Bill special agent in charge of the San Antonio FBI Federal authorities planned to file charges against the man today in a federal complaint alleging destruction of an interstate motor Dalseg Shots were fired at a Greyhound bus and its driver in San Antonio Wednesday Dalseg but the driver was not The driver told police that two men in a car drove ahead of the bus when it left the downtown station en route to a maintenance garage just after 6 The driver said that when he neared an underpass on the citys east one man in the car shined a spotlight on the bus windshield and moments later a bullet Salvadoran soldiers look for rebels SAN El Salvador AP Government troops are trying to dislodge leftist rebels from strongholds in eastern El Salvador after one unit killed 25 guerrillas in a surprise Military sources in the city of San 36 miles east of San said Thursday the govern ment has begun a campaign to oust leftist guerrillas from areas they occupy in the northern part of San Vicente The requesting anonymity for security said the campaign would last three On the military said it staged a surprise attack on guerrillas with troops trained in counterinsurgency by the United The heaviest fighting was in the towns of Barilla Negra and Cerro on the outskirts of It said the attack occurred Wednesday and high commanders of the Peoples Revolutionary Army were among the 50 wounded in fighting 127 miles northeast of the In another Central American Nicaraguan Interior Minister Tomas Borge Martinez said Thursday his country would be willing to get rid of its Cuban military advisers if Honduras and El Salvador get rid of their military The Sandinista government says it already has sent home Cuban ad mostly The United States has 55 military advisers in El Salvador and about 200 in Withdrawal of all foreign troops in Central America is a cornerstone of a proposed regional peace treaty drafted by the Contadora group Panama and The offer to reduce the number of Cubans in Nicaragua is one of several recent moves by the Sandinistas which appear to be intended to show an interest in the Contadora The Sandinista government said Thursday that a helicopter from Honduras strafed three Nicaraguan border which it said proves neighboring Honduras openly supports antiSandinista rebels based its The Nicaraguan Foreign Ministry sent a protest note to Honduras saying an olive green helicopter sprayed the villages with machinegun fire for 40 minutes and returned to Honduras after the The note did not say how many casualties there were in the helicopter which Nicaragua said took place Nicaragua accuses Honduras of harboring rebels behind its PLO relations do not improve TEL Israel AP Israeli officials reluctantly made concessions to free six of their soldiers in ex change for Palestinian and Lebanese but they say Israel and the PLO remain bitter There is no change in our approach toward the murderers whose only desire is to sow destruction and panic and Deputy Prime Minister David Levy Israel accepted the Palestine Liberation Organizations con ditions for the prisoner swap after more than a year of deadlocked negotiations through Israeli officials said there was no direct contact bet ween Israeli diplomats and the guerrilla I dont see any change or im provement in Israeli PLO Defense Minister Moshe Arens said He also denied that the ex change deal included guarantees for PLO leader Yasser Arafats safe passage from his embattled headquarters in the north Lebanese city of The twoday ex assisted by France and the In ternational Red ended Thursday when the six soldiers returned to a heros welcome after 15 months in and three Air France jumbo jets flew defiantly flashing victory to the Algerian capital of The Palestinians were released from Israels massive Ansar detention center in south About more Palestinians and Lebanese freed from along with other suspected guerrillas from smaller lockups in Sidon and elected to stay with their families in Israelioccupied south The Israelis also freed 98 guerrillas from prisons in more than 50 of them serving life sentences for terrorist 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endanger the safety of a in this case the bus by damaging a motor vehicle which is used or employed in interstate Dalseg Greyhounds drivers and other workers who belong to the Amalgamated Transport Union struck 2 over a proposed contract calling for percent cuts in wages and Union officials are scheduled to announce Monday results of voting on the which reportedly contains a percent wage EYE OPENERS By Henry Hull CONTACT LENSES THAT BREATHE Patients who have difficulty seeing clearly with soft contact lenses usually have either a high degree of or eyes that do not tear Now there is a type of hard contact lens that is more comfortable and can be worn for longer periods of time than the traditional It is a gaspermeable lens that permits oxygen to pass through Gas permeable lenses are extremely thin and have a percentage of a gas porpous in The eyes need a steady supply of oxygen to remain Research has shown that wearers of the newer oxygen permeable hard contact lenses have fewer 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