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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Her ald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, March 10, 1991 Page 5A POWs head home as Baker discusses postwar politics Taking a bite out of crime Patrons of Kroger’s Saturday got to meet McGruff the Crime Dog escorted by Safe City Commission Director Mike Grist. Pictured, Melissa Young checks out some of the literature Grist hands out during her meeting with the famous canine. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) By THOMAS WAGNER Associated Press Writer Twenty-one Americans who were captured behind enemy lines headed for home Saturday, as a top U.S. official tried to use the allied victory to nudge Kuwait toward democracy and improve security in the Middle East. Saturday also was a good day for some of the journalists who covered the Persian Gulf War and the civil unrest that followed in Iraq. After about a week’s captivity in Iraq, 40 correspondents, including ll Americans, and two men identified as U.S. servicemen drove to freedom in Jordan. As Iraq released its last known American captives, anti-government unrest in Iraq, first reported more than a week ago, continued to spread and intensify, according to opposition sources and travelers. “It’s a real massacre,” one person who left Iraq said of the fighting in the southern city of Basra, Iraq’s second largest. “The deaths arc in thousands. The houses have been leveled.” The harshness of Saddam Hussein’s crackdown on the uprising prompted Washington to warn him not to use chemical weapons against the rebels, as he did against a popular uprising in Iraq several years ago. Some American soldiers stationed in occupied Iraq are giving insurgents guns and ammunition, U.S. military intelligence officers told The Associated Press Saturday. At military bases across the United States, meanwhile, American citizens continued to warmly welcome returning GIS. “I think it’s time people get back into patriotism,” said Dave Rice, organizer of a parade in Scottsbluff, Neb. In all, 4,000 American soldiers headed home Friday to bases in Texas, California, Maine, North Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky, Oklahoma and Louisiana. More homecomings occurred Saturday in California, Florida, Hawaii, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan and Texas. In Detroit, Air Force Capt. Steve Tate, the first American to shoot down an Iraqi plane in the war, received a hero’s welcome. “Any of us who went over were willing to give our lives for that beautiful flag right there,” Tate told 1,000 cheering supporters at the Michigan State Fairgrounds. Meanwhile, the 21 former American POWs left the Persian Gulf region aboard a VIP jetliner and a medical evacuation plane. “I feel real good,” Army Spc. Melissa Rathbun-Nealy of Newaygo, Mich., said before heading home to her family and fiance. Her fellow POWs gave her a surprise 21st birthday party before they left on a 21-hour flight. Top Bush administration officials will be among those greeting the 19 men and two women Sunday at Andrews Air Force Base near Washington. As they left the gulf region Saturday, Secretary of State James A. Baker III continued his diplomatic mission to help chart Middle East’s future after the war. After touring the battered Kuwait City from the air, Baker spent about three hours in the Kuwaiti capital. Parks board seeking more LORA property input By KATHRYN SCHOEMER Staff Writer New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will conduct a workshop Monday mght with New Braunfels City Council to discuss future developments of an 18-acre land tract leased by the Lower Colorado River Authority. “We now have a conceptual master plan with certain recreational uses and we want to get input from the council,’’ said Dennis Sims, a landscape architect for the project. Sims of J.T. Dunkin and Associates of Dallas'has drawn up preliminary drawings of recreational usages for the property development. Members of the parks board met with Sims during a public hearing in January to look over the plans. The master plan proposes to develop the tract of land, adjacent to Landa Park, with recreational facilities such as picnic areas, shelters, a small amphitheater, a botanical garden and additional hiking and biking trails. After a master plan is formulated and approved by the City Council, the proposed plan will be presented to LCRA for approval. The workshop Monday begins at 6:30 p.m. in the New Braunfels Municipal Building Courtroom, 424 S. Casten Ave. i ms HAIR STUDIO We would like to announce me new locale-n lot Shay s Hair Studio 'a huh s wa Inurn J a! '11() \\ Sun Antonio St All new UM intern will lecene a 15% ii iqs on any service offered. Colo! Hick lifts Bode wave" md Haircuts We would like' to welcome Billy Turner to oui Cliented st cl f I. Call or come by today! Shay's Hair Studio 620-5804 Use this coupon to make sure you’re giving your friends and family ail the attention they deserve. FREE HEARING EVALUATION IWrS/o/tf BETTSSira New Braunfels    Seguin 245 Landa Drive 908 E. Court (Doctor s Clinic Bldg.) 620-1114    379-6902 Call to schedule your appointment today! 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Now through Saturday, we have what you A need to cut your yardwork down 'f to size, at pre-season sale prices! r* LAWN TRACTOR MODEL 9116/9018 ITI.,.—.,   J 12 hp/IC 38" side discharge J it/Vi! ■*’’ ll 7-speed shift on-the-go ll'—.- MJI it* ' JI transaxle Shown with optional grasscatchei MAH A5 ^ Af ,1-JI ■ Ab ■ ■I    J Buckle Up! Texas Coalition br Safety Belts ’For purchases of $100 or more made on an eligible Goodyear Credit Card account. Finance charges will accrue in accordance with the credit cord agreement See your Goodyear retailer tor details on terms and eligibility. Products shown are available at selected Goodyear Home and Auto Stores. All products may not be available at all stores. Independent Dealer s products, prices, terms and warranties may differ from those listed. USE YOUR GOODYEAR CREDIT CARD OR: HH    MMMB DIJC#VER • American Express • Master Card • Visa • Carte Blanche • Discover Card Monday Friday 7:30 6:00 Sat 7:30 5:00 625-2323 Ron DeStefano Store Manager ;

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