New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 22, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas
T Ll Bferaia-zenung u luesaay, Augusta, ibrsoTexas soldiers among those bound for Persian Gulf
FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) — The Army turned to commercial airlines today to airlift about 1,300 soldiers from Fort Hood's 1st Cavalry Division to military exercises in the Middle East as a deterrent to Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
The military planned to deploy the troops by military aircraft on Sunday and Monday.
An advance party of about 80 soldiers in battle-dress uniform left Fort Hood aboard a C-141 cargo plane Sun-
B'jsh’s Bipartisan Appointments Please Democrats, Concern Some Republicans
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — Republican Gov. George W. Bush has pleased some Democrats with his early appointments, despite a IS percent drop in minority choices from his predecessor.
But supporters and detractors alike note that Bush’s appointments resemble
Joss I. Stone
Jess I. Stone, of Bastrop, formerly of Canyon Lake and Corpus Christi, passed away Saturday, Aug. 19,1995 at his residence.
A rosary will be recited Wednesday, Aug. 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the Marrs-Jones-Newby Funeral Chapel in Bastrop. Mass will be celebrated on Thursday, Aug. 24 at IO a.m. at the Ascension Catholic Church with Father Edward Dokupil as celebrant.
Mr. Stone was bom June 12, 1904 in Marshall, Texas. He married Agnes Christian on Oct. 31,1933. He was an electrician and a 57-year member of 1BEW local #278 of Corpus Christi. He was also a 3rd Degree Knight of Columbus member at Canyon Lake. He was preceded in death by his son, David F. Stone, and his brother, Thomas D. Stone.
Survivors include his wife, Agnes, of Bastrop; two sons, Jess C. Stone, M.D. and wife Tommie, of Rocklin, Calif., and William Michael Stone and wife Carolyn, of Garland, Texas; two daughters, Ameita Marie Wramp and husband Chris, of Kingsbury, Texas, and Sharon E. Lock and husband David, of Bastrop; one brother, Charles Stone, of Tulsa, Okla.; one sister, Laura Louise Hughes, of Marshall, Texas; 19 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. He is also survived by a host of nieces and nephews.
Juanita Campos Sandoval
Funeral arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Juanita Campos Sandoval, of New Braunfels. She passed away Tuesday, Aug. 22, 1995 at Eden Home at the age of 64.
day, but got only as far as McGuire Air Force Base, N J. Other planes didn’t get off the ground at all later Sunday and Monday.
The delays reportedly were related to the refusal of one unspecified nation to allow the U.S. planes to fly over its air space so as not to incur the wrath of Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein.
“We had some coordination problems, but they’ve been cleared away,” Pamela Goodman, public affairs spokeswoman for Fort Hood, said Monday.
the governor in many respects. Nearly 60 percent of the choices made over the first seven months are white males, and 43 are from the governor’s home area of Dallas, the highest of any city.
Their average age is 50 — Bush is 49.
Bush’s willingness to retain many of former Gov. Ann Richards’ appointments and to name a couple of Democrats to state office has generated mixed reaction from the GOP.
Labor Targets Laughlin, Stockman
“The advance party at McGuire Air Force Base should be in the air again now,” she said late Monday afternoon.
She said the troop deployment from Fort Hood, near Killeen, for “Operation Intrinsic Action” would be completed with flights at 6:45 a.m., noon, 4 p.m. and 9 p.m. today.
One Iraqi-bound plane left the Army base about 4:30 p.m. Monday, but it carried only cargo and eight people. Other troops stood by all day, waiting for clearance that never came.
AUSTIN (AP) — The Texas AFL-CIO has joined a national effort that labor leaders say seeks to defend labor safety regulations from Republican cuts. The group is aiming television ads critical of GOP proposals at two Texas congressmen.
“This brazen agenda of the new Republican leadership is painfully clear to the AFL-CIO,” Texas president Joe Gunn said. “You can’t say anything other than it’s mean-spirited.”
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Ms. Goodman said she didn’t have information on which airlines would be involved in today’s planned troop movement.
The four- to six-week exercise was planned for October but was moved up because of increasing instability in Iraq.
A son-in-law of Saddam’s who defected to Jordan said Sunday that his
departure foiled an Iraqi plan to invade Kuwait and Saudi Arabia earlier this month.
In a separate U.S. show of force against Saddam, members of the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force left March
Air Force Base in Riverside County, Calif., Monday for the Persian Gulf, said 1st Lt. Dave Griesmer.
The Camp Pendleton Marines will prepare combat equipment aboard ships.
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