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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Parade of Lights New Texas December S A residents talk with Soviets SAN ANTONIO AP While leaders of the Superpowers were discussing nuclear our San Antonio residents and five Soviets were busy learning more about each The nine were part of an interna tional talk hosted by radio sta tion to coincide with Tuesdays start of the summit bet ween President Reagan and Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in During their 90minute conversa the nine along with radio co hosts Pat Rodgers and Eliza Son neland talked about peace and Although there were many the differences in the talk show sites were While the Americans were in an airconditioned studio with individual headphones and the four Soviets were standing outside a telephone booth in freezing sharing one A crowd of several hundred people were watching them talk to the Americans and one woman stopped to join in the Both sides welcomed the everybody here is ex tremely excited and we think it is a historical and important said Alex a specialist in communications for the Novosti Press We expect big results coming out of this His American Carla a recent graduate of In carnate Word College in San Were very happy about it and were very much concerned about what is going to happen between the Soviet people and the American peo ple and that the youth here and over there have an important role to play and that during this meeting they can establish she The American side was curious about the Soviets Soviet journalist Ludmila Eniutina said she had an apartment in the a house in the suburbs and also had a She said that Gorbachevs new decreee of or has helped many I think glasnost has given us the opportunity not only to speak out our but the possibility to try dif ferent ways to find out the best way to run our said who said she was an She said many young Soviet women are like their American some wanting to get others choosing a Other participants from San An tonio included Robert direc tor of community information for the San Antonio Independent School District Johnny who owns a lumber company and Peggy a housewife Private businessmen in both coun tries helped organize the talk show in the past three Rodgers said the telephone bill could top Mike reviews the route of the fourth annual Texas Yacht Club Parade of Lights with John Chunn of New Braunfels Chamber of CantuWithoff is parade chairman and Chunn is a member of the judges panel for the Canyon Lake The parade of 26 boats will begin at the dam at 7 CantuWithoff said the parade will be visible from most of the public parks surrounding the lake 449 oo Governors meeting Clements to discuss border development Both the United ami Mexico stand to pain from economic development programs that will discussed at a txirder governors meeting this iov Bill Ueincnts Our regions are irrevocably link tlements said It is onh natural that work together in har monv tu pursue common goals and find solutions tu common problems Ilemenls said he is especially in teresled in the inaqinladora twin plant concept but that the agenda also will to questions on the environment academics drug pro blems energy or any other issues the governors wish to discuss Clements the governors of New MIXKO Arizona and California plus the governors of the Mexican slates which share the border will open talks Thursday at Las Cruces N M The presidents of both nations have approved of the border governor Clements said All of the present border gover both I S and the Mexico side are and 1 mean that alxnit reinstating this Clements who helped border governor meetings during his first term The Texas governor said he is in terested in expanding the twinplant program so that more factories on the American side of the txirder can make components to be assembled Mexican manufacturing plants Thousands of new jobs could x created in Texas alone from expan ding the program Clements said Its nothing in the world but a plus for us in Texas 1 dont think there are he adding that the option to creating such jobs in the Imted States is in foreign countries such as Hong Kong Korea Singapore and Japan There is no choice We would a lot rather be doing these things on our border than be doing them miles from here Its not com he said i in another Clements said he remains neutral over where to locate a new international bridge Iro posals have been offered for a site at Laredo or further up the Kio Grande he noted said he has asked Mex ican officials to make a division on the site they prefer before he takes sides tntil that happens Im just he said Action by Lane Recliners SaveSlOO toS190 Prices Start at McKeehan Recliners Prices r si89 HICKORYFINISHED 4PIECE BEDROOM COUNTRY CASUAL CHARM Fmldstone By tr 00 DRESSEI MIRROR JCHEST HEADBOARD Velvet Antron Floral Cover 2 Piece Set LOVES EAT SOFA Mattress VJV 1439 Hiway 81 W 6255513 i THIS WEEK ONLY It Solid 14 Earrings 20 off 14 Kt Gold Chains Pearl Jewelry 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