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Intelligencer (Newspaper) - February 27, 1991, Doylestown, Pennsylvania Operation desert storm Day 4 2 weather partly sunny. High around 40 Chance of flurries to night. Low in the mid to up per 20s. Mostly sunny thursday. High around 50. C edition vol. 101 no. 49 1.991 Calkins newspapers. Inc. Wednesday february a. For Home delivery Call 345-3020 group s letter criticized by cd taxpayers by Jan Murphy staff writer i Iii Olujic Idil to Iii pics of Central Bucks school District students that comes from a Citi Zens group continues to be a tar get of criticism by another Citi Zens organization. Robert l. Benner of the Cen trial Bucks taxpayers association told the school Board tuesday that he noticed Litera Ture from the Cuzzens for Quality education continued to be distributed through the schools even after the Board s feb. 12 meeting when superintendent Robert h Winters said the prac Tice would be discontinued. In Benner said some parents received the literature through the mail in a school District envelope that contained some school related information. Benner said the citizens for Quality education literature on political and i feel or. Winters violated the Trust of the Board in allowing this to be sent Home. The practice should be stopped Winters said the which he viewed As information that was distributed after the last meeting was the same Litera Ture that Drew school director criticism at the Board s last meet ing. He said not All of the District s 15 schools had distributed the literature before feb. 12. Regarding the citizens for Quality education literature that was sent Home in a District mail Winters said it was sent no additional Cost to anyone Charles d. Another Cuta said by putting the literature in a school District he Felt the District was the group. Citizens for Quality education members have said they will Dis tribute information in the future to the District s Home and school associations and other Parent teacher groups. Those groups can include the information in their newsletters at their own discretion those newsletters Are sent Home with elementary and Junior High students and mailed Home to parents of senior High Stu Winters said. They Are paid for by Home and school association funds. Warminster set to take reins at Golf course by Diane staff writer As the manager of Warmin Ster s Golf course prepares to close up the township continues to look for another com Pany to take his place and has placed the course under the temporary supervision of the Parks director. The township manager said this it is unlikely the township will retain Perma nent management of the five Ponds Golf club. In House management would be an ble that would Burden the Golf Warminster manager Andrew a Mair and should Only be considered if All other alternatives have been exhausted. In As of tuesday eight companies or individuals had submitted proposals for running the Street Road Golf course and More May be received before the last Day for sub Mission. That is the same Day Golfin Gly the Golf course management company headed by Robert will leave five Ponds. The township s Golf course advisor committee will interview monday night those who made the Best according to committee chairman Joseph m. Oliver. The supervisors will join in the interviews. Tuesday night the committee expects to make its recommendation for a Golf course manage ment company to the supervisors. Of the current Only one was submitted during the last selection process. After that the supervisors chose a Hilltown couple to run five but the Deal fell through when the couple requested 46 changes in the contract. Current submissions include both experienced and inexperienced managers and Range in Cost from to Mair said. While the supervisors decide on five Ponds permanent Man Karen b. Director of Leisure and human ser will be in charge supervisor William t Davis announced at tuesday s township meeting. See Warminster on Page a 4 coalition forces free Kun Ait Cit iraqis streaming North in Retreat saudi Arabia under american and Allied Iraq s beaten army streamed North tuesday in a headlong flight abandoning Kuwait City to its Day of liberation after a bloody night of occupation and War the fight raged on. Going to attack and attack and a . General vowed As marines tangled with iraqis fighting a rear guard action at Kuwait City and As a vast armoured Force collided with Iraq s vaunted Republican guard somewhere to the Northwest. In one tank Crews of the . Vii corps battered a guard division in the iraqi desert West of a senior Pentagon official said. A news Pool mean said Republican guard units were setting up new president Bush called Saddam Hussein s latest speech an outrage and said the coalition will continue to prosecute the War. Vice president Dan Quayle is standing in the Back ground. Bush claims Iraq withdrawal a ruse Washington president Bush grimly vowed to press the War against Iraq undiminished tuesday As the Pentagon said Saddam Hussein s shattered army was full Bush said the troops were leaving Only in Hopes of re grouping to fight again another Day. Is not interested in Bush declared. Is trying to save the remnants of Power and control in the Middle East by every Means Bush said. Saddam Hussein will pounded by air and ground Saddam s forces were on the run in occupied Kuwait and threatened by More than . And Allied troops in Southern Iraq. A Small band of . And saudi special forces probed Kuwait City As an Allied Force of thousands waited to enter the kuwaiti capital. When the Sun comes the question in my mind is whether the enemy is going to be it. Gen. Thomas Kelly said at the Pentagon. He said Saddam s pow Erful Republican guard had not performed any better in Battle than other units. Iraqi army is in full re although there is still fighting going Kelly said. Declaring that the allies were advancing faster than sex Bush liberation of Kuwait is close at after an afternoon update on the Bush Are not Only on we re ahead of in a radio Saddam said he had ordered his troops to withdraw. Bush dismissed that in a terse and unyielding statement in the Rose is trying to claim Victory in the midst of a vice president Dan Quayle was at Bush s Side during the White House statement and later made Clear that the United states wants to Render sad dam powerless. And his military machine Are Sim ply incompatible with a last ing and just Quayle said in a speech at Mcguire air Force base in new Jersey Bush s Tough stand was endorsed by allies. Italy and Japan All said withdrawal alone was not enough and that Iraq must comply with . Resolutions imposed after Iraq s aug. 2 takeover of Kuwait. See Bush on Page a 5 defensive lines West of the Southern iraqi City of Basra the Campaign appeared to be coming Down to a deadly race through the desert be tween iraqi troops retreating North toward Iraq s heartland and the Vii corps Armor rum bling in from the West to Cut them off the iraqis reportedly had kuwaiti hostages in Tow. No one in authority was say ing How deep into Iraq me Al lied forces might pursue the withdrawing army. Iraq s president Saddam Hussein sought to Label the withdrawal a presi Dent Bush called it an and said Saddam was trying to cling to formidable military Power with his pull Back. Hundreds of surrendering iraqi soldiers had another word for the debacle they shouted As they raised their hands to advancing troops. More than iraqis have now been taken the command said. And among the word was Joy is thanks be to their exile radio declared. Enemy is turning flashing a for Victory jubilant kuwaitis emerged from their Homes tuesday to Greet the first outsiders to venture into their looted City. People ran up to hug and kiss triumphant american sol Diers who punched 50 Miles North from saudi Arabia in a three Day ground associated press photographer Laurent Rebours reported from the City s outskirts. Men of the 1st Marine Divi Sion later entered the City there were no new reports tuesday on . And Allied dead and wounded on the front lines. An up dated report on monday s scud missile attack on a rear area Barracks outside Dhah ran said it killed 28 american servicemen and wounded 100. After the iraqis invaded Kuwait last aug. The led military coalition was Assem bled under . Authority to Force them out of the emirate. But in the recent weeks of the Alliance s informal Aims have widened to include the reduction of iraqi military might and possibly even the ouster of Saddam. See Allied on Page a 5 iraqi ignored by rapidly advancing Allied March into saudi Arabia looking for someone to whom they could surrender. Million at Warrington gets loan for new building Oatt by James j. Muster staff writer the Warrington township Board of supervisors on tuesday committed itself to a new town ship building by approving an ordinance a million loan from Meridian capital markets inc. Of Reading. In addition to the township the loan will provide for a buyout of the town ship s Street lights from Philadel phia electric co. And about 000 for items such As landscape furniture and Bond Council costs. The township building is to be built on the Northeast Corner of the 5.4-acre tract bounded by lower Barness Road and route across from the Titus elementary school property. Because of the township s High credit rating Given by a financial rating company based in new the loan will be financed at 6.5 percent for 20 said Martin j. Stallone of Meridian Bank. The Street Light buyout will pay for itself in five years and will save the township about each year said town ship manager Stanley p. Gawel. The township presently pays Peco about a year for the Street lights. Maintenance costs of a year for the Upkeep of the lights will be the Only future expense. Talked about but never had the Means to do said Board chairman Gerald b. Ander son. The supervisors agreed to a Green Metal roof on the new and a mixture of Stone and Tan a Fine to be used on the exterior of the estimated to Cost million. The Board agreed to eliminate a room planned for the town ship s tax collector because there is no need for the office several of the supervisors expressed criticism of detailed drawing of the Interior of the Structure presented by architect George j. Donovan of a. Associates of Doylestown. Supervisor Anthony Martin said More space should be allocated for the Public waiting area in the police department while reducing the size of some office space for policemen. Recession Dow Down 23.27 an overwhelming majority of the nation s top economic forecasters expect the recession will be Shorter and much less severe than the average downturn since world Warll. Page b 6 widespread but or Derly profit taking sent Stock prices lower As traders shifted their at Tention from the persian Gulf War to the Economy. The Dow Jones average lost Points. Pageb6

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