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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 12, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A New Texas June 1991 Teacher of the Year Comal Independent School Districts Teacher of the Year Will Webber cuts the cake at a reception held in his honor prior to Junes school board Webber teaches social studies at Smithson Valley Middle CISD Photo Middle CISD Photo Bush approves billion credit for Soviet grain deal WASHINGTON AP The The Soviets are expected to bu 11 11 1 ir A f WASHINGTON AP The Soviet Union will be able to buy billion in grain this year with loans guaranteed by the govern ment in another show of support by President Bush for beleaguered Soviet President Mikhail The credit guarantees approved by Bush on Tuesday are especially popu lar in the grainproducing states of the whose farmers will benefit from the boost in The announcement also was likely to be popular with commodity mark where futures prices fell last week when it was thought that the announcement of the administrations decision could be weeks The Soviets are expected to buy a combination of soybeans and other grains with the money they To illustrate the importance of the decision to billion would buy most of the Kansas wheat crop or all the corn grown in Ohio or all the soybeans produced in Missouri and The after weeks of seesawing over the Soviets marked another step toward closer ties as the administration continues to encourage Gorbachev in his struggle to hold his country together and turn it toward economic Complete FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE lor Ihe Entire Family OmiiiPiuR Universal Life an I Annuitios and JIlAsHigliy Competitive Interest llsitos For more inlormalion phonRorwiilc lopuf local ropiosenlalivo THOMAS SCHAFFER District Deputy 9 Box 148 Canyon TX 78133 Phone 512 8992731 ROYAL NIOKJIIHOHS OF AMBKICA Ilork Illinois G12018G45 Fraternal Life Insurance Since 1895 CONTINENTAL ANTIQUES SHOW SALE NEW BRAUNFELS JUNE 141516 CIVIC CENTER 380 Sefeuin New Braunfels Finest Show Ever Forty booths will display antiques of every in every price DONT MISS ITSOMETHING FOR EVERYONE Friday J28 Saturday 127 Sunday 125 Door admission Good all 3 days of show children free Glass Grinding done at this show Have those removed from fine glaaa and crystal while you wait LARGE OR YOUK BEST INVESTMENT MAY BE DONf MISS JT SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE Volcano in Philippines sprays area with ash By ROBERT REID Associated Writer Philippines Mount Pinatubo erupted with three thunder ing explosions shooting a giant plume of ash more than 12 miles high and nearby residents away with an outpouring of molten rock and hot Tens miles to the hundreds of Americans fled Clark Air home to American military person nel and their Most of the bases residents had been evacuated Clark did not appear threatened by volcanic and there were no immediate reports of Scientists warned of possibly larger eruptions from the which was dormant for six centuries until it began spewing steam in This could only be the begin said Raymundo director of the Philippine Institute of Vulcanology and Residents of nearby Angeles panicked at the roar of the initial and thousands of people packed roads after a huge graygreenish mushroom cloud burst from the volcano and turned day to Seismologists said searing ash and molten rock raced at great speed down the mountains western and northern slopes and into the Maraunot and ODonnell About Aeta descendants of the original inhabit ants of the fled the slopes of Mount At a refugee center in 35 miles southwest of the survi vors told of the sky growing then of hearing a tremendous explo sion followed by a rain df We were forced to leave our homes because stones as big as my head were falling down from the said Roily There was panic said Manuel who fled with his five a cat and a Children were We had to grab whatever we People scampered for safety with their belongings and livestock over roads slippery with ash reporters Refugees wore cardboard boxes to protect themselves from the Ash was so thick in the air that at motorists were driving with their headlights on and wipers operat ing to clear the windshields of volcan ic Bits of ash wafted across the roads as if along a windy An Associated Press photographer who circled the volcano in an airplane said an aerial gunnery range at Clark was covered with as were moun tains in the Zambales normally green tropical peaks that now looked like the Alps in Todays eruptions began at with a tremendous blast that sent a mushroom cloud It was followed by a second explosion a few minutes later and a Vertical Blinds Mini Blinds Pleated Shades 60 70 60 Bali retail Measure Yourself Sale Ends June 30th HrOAD 90 days same as cash with approved credit INTERIORS 943 Walnut 6253477 Store Hours to Banking As Easy As Bank The Easy We make banking with Pacific Southwest Bank we are one of the stronger financial institutions in Texas and we will prove Just ask Jim our Seguin Branch and he will be happy to show you the facts and we are We 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