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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas January 1991 Weather Water Comal Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Canyon Lake Edwards Texas forecasts SOUTH TEXAS Cloudy with a chance of rain or showers through Cooler tonight and Lows tonight in the 30s and near 40 north to the 50s Highs Thursday in the 40s north to the 50s and 60s NORTH TEXAS Increasing cloudiness tonight and Mostly cloudy Cloudy central and east through Thursday with widely scattered areas of light An isolated thunderstorm possible central and east today and east Colder Lows tonight 24 northwest to 42 south Highs Thursday 35 northwest to 45 south WEST TEXAS A slight chance of light rain tonight and Thursday Concho Valley and Lower Pecos valley otherwise partly to mostly Lows tonight from 1015 Panhandle to mid 40s Big Bend Highs Thursday mid Panhandle to lower 70s Big Extended forecast ThursdaySaturday SOUTH TEXAS Consider able cloudiness with gradual Possible rain Thursday and Hill Country and south Central Texas Highs in the 50s Thursday and the 60s Lows in the 30s to near 40 through the 40s Satur Coastal Bend Highs in the 50s to near 60 through the 60s to near 70 Lows in the 40s through the 50s Lower Rio Grande Val ley area Highs in the 60s through the 70s Lows in the 40s to near 50 through Watch cfs same up 8 same down up the 50s Southeast and upper coast Highs in the 50s to near 60 through the 60s Lows in the 30s to near 40 through the 40s NORTH TEXAS A slight warming trend through the Partly cloudy through Mostly cloudy West Lows in the mid 20s to lower Highs Thursday in the lower and mid the lower 50s by Satur Central Lows in the lower and mid Highs in the mid 40s to lower East Slight chance of rain Lows in the lower and mid Highs in the mid 40s to lower WEST TEXAS Mostly fair Panhandle Highs in the lower 40s to near Lows near 20 to the mid South Plains Highs in the mid 40s to the lower Lows in the mid Permian Basin Highs near 50 to the upper Lows in the mid 20s to near Concho and Pecos val leys Highs in the lower 50s to near Lows in the upper 20s to the mid The state Dense fog reduced visibility to near zero along the coastal bend and along the lower Texas coast early There was also drizzle and fog across most of South Texas during the predawn The rest of the state had partly to mostly cloudy skies and tempera tures slightly warmer than those recorded on recent A freezing drizzle advisory for Northeast Texas expired early today with no reports of icing con ditions on bridges and Confined from Page 1 When you leave this leave it here dont take it home to your he Dont take out your frustrations on them as were all want have some fun in public ser vice and at the same time do a good work hard and youll be amply The after the cere mony in a district court signed their oaths of office and their public office Our wish for you and for us is that we have peace and harmony within our own community and within the Casteel Clark and who took oaths of office in November to fill unexpired were again sworn in Tuesday for the terms to which they were originally Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Kevin and Debbie Krueger Route Box New Braunfels 7pound 9ounce boy Pete and Georgia Williams 561 Guenther 8pound 15ounce girl Teryn Zech 216 Grandview Obituaries 7pound 9ounce girl Juan and Teresita Gomez 1656 San Antonio 5pound 14ounce boy Anthony and Elizabeth Saenz 845 4 7pound 2ounce girl Mike and Diana Aguirre 117 Torrcy 7pound 12ounce girl Lyle Lytton Graveside services for Lyle Garrett Lytton will be at 10 Thursday at Guadalupc Valley Memorial Park with the Scott Crenshaw The infant died at Humana Womens Hospital in San The son of Billy Ray and Monica Lynette nee Legnon Lytlon he was born Survivors include his Billy and Monica Lytton of New Braun fels Sue and John Dieted of New Bill Lytton of New Sherric Richter of San Antonio and Donald Legnon of San Antonio Mamie Lytton of New Joy ce and Gene Spears of and Lorainc and Tony Richter of Canyon Lake and a Lcvi Lytton of New There will be no public Arrangements are under the direction of Docppcnschmidl Funeral A fund to defray burial expenses has been established at Victoria Bank and Trust under Parents of Lyle Counseling Services Professional Counselor that specializes in counseling Anxiety problems Psychiatry Abuse SANDRA Canyon TX 9643200 Champus Approved Bush stands firm on goals in gulf WASHINGTON AP President Bush says he is absolutely firm in his nocompromise stance toward Saddam Hussein but has not decided what he will do if the Iraqi leader does not withdrawjhis forces from Kuwait by Bush made the statements in a tele vision interview released Tuesday as he returned from a Christmas and New Years holiday at Camp David and met privately with key advisers in the family living quarters of the White We cannot stop one inch short of successful Bush said in the part of the series with David Frost that is presented by Washington television station The interview will be broadcast tonight on Public Broadcasting Ser Gulf Confined from Page 1 said a third world war might break out and we have to take a stand to prevent the news agency In a later MENA said Liby as foreign Ibrahim Muham mad arrived in Cairo Tues day night and confirmed the meeting planned for There was no immediate word from the Egyptian or Syrian Another peace initiative is being pursued by the European whose 12 member nations meet in emergency session Jacques foreign minister of which assumed the rotating EC presidency with the new said Monday that he expects some member states to push for a meeting between him and his Iraqi RTC Confined from Page 1 insured deposits go to another institu tion and then if we cant find a buy er in either form of those two bids then we will do a payout where depo sitors up to the insured limit are liter ally paid Executive Bane of New Braunfels also is under RTC Tariq in a lastditch attempt to stave off armed Washington and Baghdad have failed to agree on dates for talks before 15 toward ending the cri which began with Iraqs 2 seizure of Vice President Dan Quayle wrapped up a visit to the gulf and headed back to Washington Tuesday night after calling on the deposed emir of Sheik Jaber in the Saudi Arabian city of Quayle told as he had informed Saudi King Fahd on Sun that more money is needed from allies to help support Washing tons military effort in the Bush administration officials The officials added that the emir had no objections to Quayles request for greater financial but there was no immediate The Kuwaiti governmentinexile has given billion to the mili tary effort plus billion to poorer countries hard hit by the international embargo on trade with Saudi Arabia has given billion in cash and inkind support for for ces plus billion to nations hurt by the The 1991 cost of the operation has been estimated at billion if war is not vice Vice President Dan Quayle wrapped up a holiday visit to troops in the Persian Gulf area telling Happy New Last 1990 Saddam Hiis sein invaded This Saddam Hussein will leave In the Bush again denounced Iraqs 2 invasion and later annexation of The worlds not going to accept And if we dont do something about it were going to live to a much greater price And I am absolutely firm in he I will keep working to achieve a peaceful resolution to this the president it can riot be done with compromise to Bush was when asked whafhe would do if dam does not comply With the 15 deadline set by the United Nations for withdrawal and restoration of the exiled Kuwaiti I havent made a he And I suppose if I had I wouldnt advertise because weve got a lot of lives at But all options are If a military attack is die president I would hope it would be over in a few but what happens realistically is hard to Im not predicting one way or The president returned by heljcop ter at midafternoon from Camp the presidential retreat in the mountains of western Group seeks your help on December burglary New BraunfelsComal County Crime Stoppers is offering up to for help in solving this weeks Crime of the dealing with a burglary that occurred at a business in Sometime between the hours of 17 and 8 unknown suspects unlawfully entered Automotive located at 710 North Walnut Upon exiting the the suspect or suspects left with several thousand dollars in electronic Persons with information about this crime or any felony crime is asked to call Crime Stoppersat Crime Stoppers pays cash for tips that lead to the and grand jury indictment of involved in felony Contined from Page 1 place in its division lor the sixth year in a row with Oper ation a spoof of the military deployment in the Middle Troops wore camouflagecolored diapers and used baby bottles for bullets in their sandbox The parade has its roots in centuriesold European celebra tions in which men dressed as women as men and poor as In Las scores of couples lined up tobemarried on New Years The Las Vegas vention and Visitors Authority estimated a record visitors would welcome the new year at the desert gambling Las Vegas is a marriage Mecca because Nevada requires no blood test and no waiting period for those wanting to tie the quickie wedding chapels oblige those ina Some traditions offered less About 400 members of the Mount Gretna Polar Bear Club welcomed the new year by splash ing in two 44degree Pennsylvania ponds and 40 swimmers crossed the miles from Alcatraz Island to San Francisco in 45degree In British Columbi about swimmers charged barefoot down a snowy beach to brave the 42degree waters of English Bay in the citys 71st annual Polar Bear Swimmers ranged in age from 8 to 87 and represented Swe Ireland and the United as well as For Ivy the frigid waves felt The blind woman wore a turquoise bathing cap and suit for her 64th polar bear I like it andI dont want any body calling me a a shivering Granston said after a few icy It was a little cold but it was For Tuesday was simply a day to relax and watch parades or college football bowl games on An estimated 400 mil lion people saw the Rose Parade on including viewers in 85 countries and soldiers stationed in the Persian CEDAR FEVER ALLERGY SUFFERERS We Need Cedar Allergic Individuals For A Short Allergy Free Skin Testing And Monitoring Provided By A Board Certified Up to Incentive For Those Chosen To Call Now To Find Out If You Are Eligible Central Texas Health Research 705A Landa 6299036 New Braunfels Winter Sale Save up to 70 on Selected Decorative Accessories for the Home 50 Off All Christinas Items GRANZINS MEAT MARKET McQueeney Hobo 625351O MKT MADE BEEF DRY HEADCHEESE BLpOD III Farm Raised fo Catfish L Fillets Chicken Breast pkg or more 19 109 JL Chuck 7Steaks 1 69 10 or more 1 59 Fresh Hog Heads Q V Made Pan Sausage 49 J39 79 lb Specials Good 2th thru 8th Pork Chops Center Cut End Cut 89 1 1 39 lb Fresh m Spare Ribs 1 39 3 Down Qountry Style Pork Ribs J 43 Kennedy Bacon 49 3 1 39 or more 1 Wisconsin Cheese 2 09 ICustom Slaug Monday thru Saturday Custom Slaughtering Only Fresh Fryers 49 Sirloin 10 or more 19 009 2i9 2 Chuck Hamburger i 79 5 Ibs or more 1 Mexican Chorizo 3 or more tering Cattle Butchering Processing DWT Retain Hide Head Hogs Butchering Butchering Processing 30f DWT Processing DWT Cut and wrap Hindquarter Forequarter   

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