New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 13, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 13, 1991

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NATO troop reduction talks open Thursday WASHINGTON (AP) — The United Slates will open talks Thursday with die Soviet Union on the withdrawal of tens of thousands of NATO and Warsaw Pact troops from Europe, even while squabbling with Moscow over weapons cutbacks. The outlook is so cloudy on the eve of the talks in Vienna, Austria, that State Department spokeswoman Margaret D. Tutwiler said Tuesday '’they could proceed not to proceed. I don't know.” The problem lies with a treaty signed by the same 16 North Auantic Treaty Organization and six Warsaw Pact nations in Paris last November. There are disputes over how to carry out its provisions for reductions in tanks, aircraft and other non-nuclear weapons. Secretary of Slate James A. Baker 111 has taken the Soviets to task for trying to exempt three motorized infantry divisions from the cutbacks by assigning them to naval units. The shifting of thousands of Soviet tanks east of the Ural Mountains and the figures Moscow has provided on current weapons levels also have been questioned by the Bush administration. Valentine Sale Charms - Chains - Bracelets Earrings - Hearts Thru Feb. 14 th 30% Nim Braunfels Juujciter Your Friendly Family lewder 368 Lands (n,,i629*2781 Some independent analysts consider the disagreements to be minor and solvable. But the administration has labeled them important, and Baker said they go to the heart of “trust.” The two sides gave themselves 90 days, or until Sunday, to settle the* compliance questions. However, Ms. Tutwiler said the deadline could be extended. Meanwhile, negotiations to move beyond the treaty to reduce the size of armies across Europe will at least begin Thursday as scheduled, she said. A major U.S. goal is to compel Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev to implement his pledge to withdraw Soviet troops from East Germany and Poland. Last February, tjie United States and the Soviet Union set 195,000 as a projected ceiling for Soviet troops in Eastern and Central Europe and 225,000 for U.S. troops based in NATO countries. SEGA-NEC GAMES T.T would you like to rent SEGA GENISIS or NEC TURBOGRAFX games? Survey only for game rental demand. Please call 620-7971 ffiaUarianJBomgs OPEN HOUSE Saturday & Sunday February 16 & 17 11:00 - 5:00 1357 Trail Bluff Country Hill Subdivision Come See New Braunfels and the Hill Country's newest builder! 620-5039 Hwy 306 Right on Hunter Rd. VU miles on left! I” 11 12 13 I19 Crossword February 13, 1991    Rags    3A- Kings and Queens Hansel and Gretel Infant-to-5-Year Day Care Center this week presented the Valentine Kings and Queens. A King and Queen was chosen in each age group and they received trophies tor their honor. Some, such as the little one on the front row, already figured out what to do with the trophy — stick it in your mouth. 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The central government on Tuesday was forced to step up a cash infusion of billions of dollars to keep afloat the former Communist land, hit hard by widespread unemployment as obsolete factories grind to a halt. “The task is much more difficult than we may have imagined,” Economics Minister Jucrgen Moellcmann told a news conference in Bonn on Tuesday. In Leipzig there is resentment to the hard times among those who set in motion the mass street protests that toppled the Communist regime of former East German leader Erich Honcckcr. “We didn’t take to the streets in October 1989 to get this,” said Pastor Christian Fuehrer, a leader of the peaceful uprising that led to German unification. He said more than 120,(KH) city residents have been affected by job cuts. “We wanted to improve the system. We wanted more humane conditions for the people in our country. Now we have another emergency to contend with,” said Fuehrer, the pastor of Leipzig’s St. Nicholas Lutheran Church. Chancellor Helmut Kohl’s government in Bonn said Tuesday it was sending about $6 billion to the east this month to help cities and towns cope with financial crises. That’s up from $3.8 billion in January. ‘‘Producing unified living standards, of an economic and social kind, will take longer than some optimists, including myself, originally believed,” Mocllemann said. The action Tuesday means Bonn will have already spent 40 percent of the money budgeted from the German Unity Fund for 1991. Officials insist the financing will not continue at such a rapid pace and is considered a stopgap measure. The new pledge of aid came with an admonition to local leaders to develop their own sources of revenue — a difficult task with so many people out of work. A day earlier, Leipzig city council man Peter Kaminski had said many cities and towns in eastern Germany would not have the money to meet payrolls at the end of February. While the latest infusion of cash will keep the wolf away from the door for now, local leaders may well run out of money weeks or months down the road. Kaminski said the world was watching Leipzig to sec how the cradle of the revolution deals with the financial crisis. Defying the brutal, Communist secret police, tens of thousands of former East Germans took to the streets of Leipzig in the fall of 1989, setting in motion the nation’s peaceful revolution for democracy. One year later, the two German states merged, redrawing the boundaries of postwar Europe. trni Hardware I W I FIND \>/ BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT AT HENNE S FOUNDERS DAY SALE through February 23 Use 40% 60% Leas Water To Get The Same Results and Save $$$$ MONET $$$$ month after month after month on your water bllUtll Phone 630-4663 For more Information write or come by 783 N Loop 337 NU. 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