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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 11, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas with air bombardment WASHINOtON AP If President BuKh unleashes firepower in the Perslarf firil blows against probably will be iiiflicilil by stealth lighters and strike pianos that can drop a lion pounds of explosives a AUSTIN AP stale property lak is the uiifwer court demands for fair school said House Smoker Gib who gave 5056 odds ihut Texas taxes will be raised this legislative session to meet a budget Seepage l ifts Unicorns The New Unicotn s s soOccf showed lock ofcKpcricncC at laM but tbc 99l squad with eight reluming starters pfonrtiSw to stay on a more even keel I rtlCROPU 42 Superintendent Tieken named acting leader ofCISD By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor Until the Comal ISD Board of Trustees decides whether to fill the superintendents position inhouse or from the the districts assis tant superintendent will serve in that it was determined We havent decided what were going to said Board President Lee The board met behind closed doors for more than an hour Thursday before emerging to name Arlen 707 Larida New Texas 78130 5126259144 One I4f Pafles NB man arrested on drug charges A New Braunfcls man remains in the Guadalupc County Jail today on drug charges after the New Braunfcls Police assisted by the Guadalupc County Sheriffs Office arrested him in his residence Thurs day Kevin Wayne was arrested arourid 4 and charged with possession of City along with the depart ments canine executed a search warrant at Foerstcrs house turning up less than five pounds of said Police Spokesman Martin The house was located off FM Execution of the search warrant produced drug includ ing a large amount of a quantity of marijuana just under five he The search warrant was signed by Guadalupc County Justice of the Peace Ernst Couple apprehended at local residence Wishful thinking With Thursday afternoons hint that the deluge of rain might be stopping for a Larry Grubbs took to see Page 2 cleaning up his truck at the Ezy Clean car Photo by Erik Karlsson Comal County Sheriffs Office deputies arrested a husband and wife Wednesday night on outstanding war rants from Harris County and apprehended a man for concealing their says Chief Deputy Wayne Deputies went to the house of Roy ce in Cypress Lake Gar because they had information Gary Hamilton and his wife Tammy Brigmarii Were Brigman was wanted out of Harris County on drug The owner of the Royce See Page 2 The sunshinetoday that is expected to through the Todays high should rise into the 60s with tonights low dropping into the Weekend under sunny should stay in the 60s and Inside 1013 DEAR 8 RELIGIOUS TV Any foodor beveragerelated business dial is interested in learn ing more about participating in the third annual Tastes of the Town benefit for the New Braunfels ChildrensMuseum is invited to all Carolyn at On stage at New Braunfels High School 1821 will be The Little The directed by instructor Kathy Hill and performed by students in the Drama 11 will serve a fundraiser for the groups trip to UlL OneAct Play Performances will be at 9 18 10 2 20 and 7 Tick available at the will be for for students and for children under A cutline that accompanied the Christmas tree shredding picture in Wednesdays HerataZeilurig should have stated trees have been shredded to date compared to the shred an increaseof 360 is continuing at Landa for new and return ing students for the spring 1991 semester at Texas Lutheran Col lege will be held New students must have been granted admission the college prior to for the 1991 spring semester begin Registration will be in the Beck College at the south Registration for firsttime and readmitted studentsi will be held frpm 1 to For returning students who are not pre registration will be held from 2 to Late registra I 9 Texas reserves called to duty L feinStTSn DALEAS Navy reservists have been called to active while hundreds of medi cal specialists at a Texas Air Force base will be deployed to Europe in support of Persian Gulf The announcements came Thurs day as the set off on a peace proposing a supervised Iraqi plillput from Other peace efforts also intensified five days before deadline for Iraq to give up the emirate or face pos sible The Navy called to active including some from Tex assigned to Wilfbrd Hall Air Porce ter at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio will be deployed to a military contingency hospital in said Blob MacNaughtorir Wilford Hail director of public It is the first deployment since Iraq invaded Kuwait of troops from Wil ford Air Forces largest Troops to be deployed include doc medical technicians and medical support The first of hundreds to be deployed would leave Sunday from Kelly Air MacNaughton He would hot reveal the exact number of troops to be deployed or Deling the heat By STEPHANIE FERGUSON News Editor As the Middle East conflict heats more and more families in the New Braunicls area arc beginning to feel the effects of One such family of four will say goodbye to mom today as she prepares to go to Saudi Kathy wife of Fred the manager of services for the county of is a registered nurse and has been She is with the 94th General Hospital stationed in She is the mother of two 4 and 9 years I feel like Im on an emotional roller said Thursday You get excited about going and then depressed about leaving the Its really a whole lot of mixed t have to I really dont have a lot of about See Page 2 where they are being MacNaughton said additional Wil ford Hall personnel have been alerted and may be deployed He said the deployment is hot expected to prompt a cutback in ser vices at the The military said 25 Texas Naval Reserve units were among 333 units activated Thursday in 42 the District of Puerto Rico and The activation was one of the big gest for the Navy since the start of Operation Desert Shield in Reservists called to active duty to be assigned to in the Persian Gulf include the first combat ships Most Navy reservists put on acuve duty in recent months have been assigned to noncombat roles with medical service or construction units in the gulf Reservists dispatched to the Gulf area include members of an FA18 strike fighter squadron based at and members of a San Diego reserve unit that will serve aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ran Ste 2 A good st Members of the Guada Corllteirden Club planted a Chinquapin OaH In memory of Ruth Hiilt in the land a Park Arboretum with a was an earlier of the tjie Qhin quapin Oak is an upright and Its ability to withstand drought makes it desirable in much of the The tree is pictured In front onrie Photo by
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