New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 9, 1987, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 09, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Parade off LightsSA residents talk with Soviets SAN ANTONIO AP1 - While leaders of the Superpowers were discussing nuclear disarmament four San Antonio residents and five Soviets were busy learning more about each other The nine were part of an international talk show hosted by radio sta tion WOAI AM to coincide with Tuesday, s start of the summit between President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in Washington During their 90-minute conversation the nine along with radio cohosts Pat Rodgers and Eliza Son neland talked about education entertainment business peace and disarmament Although there were many similarities the differences in the talk show sites were dramatic While the Americans were in an air conditioned studio with individual headphone-, and microphones the four Soviets were standing outside a telephone txxith in freezing weather sharing one telephone A crowd of several hundred people were watching them talk to the Americans and one woman stopped to join in the conversation Both sides welcomed the summit "Certainly, everybody here is extremely excited and we think it is a historical and important meeting. ' said Alex Alexandrov a specialist in communications for the Novosti Press Agency "We expect big results coming out of this summit," he said His American counterpart Carla Cristadoro a recent graduate of In carnate Word College in San Antonio agreed We're very happy about it and we re very much concerned about what is going to happen between the Soviet people and the American pco pie and that the youth here and over there have an important role to play and that during this meeting they can establish peace, she said The American side was curious about the Soviets lifestyle Soviet journalist Ludmila Emutina said she had an apartment in the city a house rn the suburbs and also had a car She said that Gorbachev’s new decreee of glasnost or openness has helped many Soviets "I think glasnost has given us the opportunity not only to speak out our minds but the possibility to try different ways to find out the best way to run our life said Emutina who said she w as an atheist She said many young Soviet women are like their American counterparts some wanting to get married others choosing a career Other participants from San Antonio included Robert Zamora direr tor of community information for the San Antonio Independent School District Johnny Chuoke who owns a lumber company and Peggy Ponder Perron a housew ife Private businessmen in both countries helped organize the talk show in the past three weeks Rodgers said the telephone bill could top St*JO VCantu-Withoff left reviews the route of judge s panel for the Canyon Lake event The the *< .re- annua' Te*as Yacht Club Parade of parade o‘ 26 t sats a    a* ’he :a~ at 7 L ;nts a th tin Churn o* Ne a Braunfels p " Satyr ta, C.-r ' . W V *4 sa ! **■ •- ; ar,-. :*• Chamber * Comn-•♦yr e Cantu-Withoff is wi be visible *rgit —. st ' the tut par*s parade hairman and Churm is a member of the surrounding the* axe Governors meeting Clements to discuss border development Vt s TIN U Mates ami Men **» anomic dev' that wilt tie th Ruth lf** t [arni in gain Ut i* "jien talk'. IhurMav at La \ M The presidents of both nations hav approved of the Girder govern meeting* J 'lenten! > va cl \;l of the prevent border gov* nun* tioth I " and thf* Mexico v-.j are cnthuv a vt iv and I mean th.i about reinstating thi* forum sa «dements who helped organ, border g< vemor meeting- luring r Kong K. mg apn opt I rn* leva' gov tereMed in ex par urogram m> that r *»• asse Me Mi Mi mCKOBT-mflSHED 4-PIECE BEDROOM-. V 52, COUNTRY CASUAL CHARM • I I V IV 'S V** •« '    ‘44900 & Action by lane Recliners Save S100 to$190 pne., soqq Start at McKeehan Recliners Prices Start $ at 189 1139 HmiySlW Velvet Antron Floral Cover 2 Piece Set LOVESEAT «- SOFA ‘599 N.B. Mattress UpTHIS WEEK ONLY Pearl t# Jewelry10%-30% 4 Solid 14 Kt. i4 Kt Gold a Earrings Chains 20 % off 20%-25%off o off Selected Wedding Trio Sets^ 25 % off .Stay 3 Days On Us l;tT&in On South Padre Island With Any Purchase Over $900.00 Still Time To Custom Design Jewelry For Christmas with 10% down Selected * I H Wedding ^ Bands 20%-35% off I J J} \ Brand New Selection of Silver m 25 % on 7 14 Kt. Ladies N ugget Watches Seiko Reg. $550 $475 Now. Quantities Limited • • ^ Pulsar & Seiko Watches 616 Hwy 81 W. Kroger Shopping Conter 625-3203 Holiday Store Hours Mon Sat IO 6    Thur*    IO    7 Sun 12 5 v - 20% off Reg. Price Geneva Watches 30 % off Ask about our Convenient Layaway Plan ■■BHH VISA BESSEL INSTANT CREDIT ;

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