New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
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Wednesday. January 2. 1991
Comal River.....................................230 cfs (same)
Canyon Lake Inflow...............................137 (up 8)
Canyon Lake outflow............................187 (same)
Canyon Lake level.....................906.65 (down .03)
Edwards Aquifer.............................623.64 (up .02)
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partly to mostly cloudy. Lows , 50s Lows in the mid 20s
tonight from 10-15 Panhandle to lows in inc mio sis.
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SOUTH TEXAS — Consider- The State
able cloudiness with gradual Dense fog reduced visibility to
wanning. Possible rain Thursday near zero along the coastal bend
and Friday. Hill Country and south and along the lowcr Texas coast
Central Texas - Highs in the 50s early today.
Thursday and Friday, the 60s There was also drizzle and fog
Saturday. Lows in the 30s to near across most of South Texas during 40 through Friday, the 40s Satur- the pre-dawn hours. day. Coastal Bend - 1-igr.s in the The rest of the slate had partly to
50s to near 60 through Friday, the mostly cloudy skies and tempcra-
60s to near 70 Saturday. Lows in lures slishtlv warmer than those
the 40s through Friday, the 50s recorded on recent mornings. Saturday. Lower Rio Grande Val- a freezing drizzle advisory for
ley arca - Highs in the 60s through Northeast Texas expired early Friday, the 70s Saturday. Lows in today with no reports of icing connie 40s to near 50 through Friday, ditions on bridges and overpasses.
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“When you leave this courthouse, leave it here don’t take it home to your family,” he said. “Don’t take out your frustrations on them as we’re all wanting to do.
“But, have some fun in public service and at the same time do a good job, work hard and you'll be amply rewarded.”
The officials, after the 9:30 cere
mony in a district court courtroom, signed their oaths of office and their public office bonds.
“Our wish for you and for us is that we have peace and harmony within our own community and within the world,” Casteel said.
Casteel, Clark and Bartholomew, who took oaths of office in November to fill unexpired terms, were again sworn in Tuesday for the terms to which they were originally elected.
McKenna Memorial Hospital
Kcvm and Debbie Krueger; Route I, Box 382, New Braunfels; 7-pound 9-ounce boy; Dec. 26.
Pete and Georgia Williams; 561 S. Guenther; 8-pound 15-ounce girl; Dec. 28.
Teryn Zcch; 216 Grandview;
7-pound 9-ounce girl; Dec. 30.
Juan and Tercsita Gomez; 1656 W. San Antonio; 5-pound 14-ounce boy; Dec 30.
Anthony and Elizabeth Saenz; 845 U.S. 81. Apt. 4; 7-pound 2-ounce girl;
Mike and Diana Aguirre; 117 W. Torrey; 7-pound 12-ounce girl; Dec. 31.
Lyle G. Lytton
Graveside services for Lyle Garrett Lytton will be at IO a.m. Thursday at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park with the Rev. Scott Crenshaw officiating.
The infant died Dec. 31, 1990, at Humana Women’s Hospital in San Antonio. The son of Billy Ray and Monica Lynette (nee Legnon) Lytton Jr., he was bom Dec. 6,1990.
Survivors include his parents, Billy and Monica Lytton Jr. of New Braunfels; grandparents, Sue and John Dictscli of New Braunfels, Bill Lytton
Bush stands firm on goals in gulf
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Bush says he is “absolutely firm’’ in his no-compromise stance toward Saddam Hussein but has not decided what he will do if the Iraqi leader does not withdrawals forces from Kuwait by Jan. 15. *
Bush made the statements in a television interview released Tuesday as he returned from a Christmas and New Year’s holiday at Camp David
and met privately with key advisers in the family living quarters of the White House.
“We cannot stop one inch short of successful resolution,’’ Bush said in the interview, part of the series “...Talking with David Frost’’ that is presented by Washington television station WET A.
The interview will be broadcast tonight on Public Broadcasting Ser-
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said a third world war might break out and we have to take a stand to prevent it,’’ the news agency said.
In a later report, MENA said Libya’s foreign minister, Ibrahim Muhammad al-Bishari, arrived in Cairo Tuesday night and confirmed the meeting planned for today. There was no immediate word from the Egyptian or Syrian governments.
Another peace initiative is being pursued by the European Community, whose 12 member nations meet in emergency session Friday.
Jacques Poos, foreign minister of Luxembourg, which assumed the rotating EC presidency with the new year, said Monday that he expects some member states to push for a meeting between him and his Iraqi
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insured deposits go to another institution ... and then if we can’t find a buyer in either form of those two bids then we will do a payout where depositors up to the insured limit are literally paid out.”
Executive Banc of New Braunfels also is under RTC conservatorship.
counterpart, Tariq Aziz, in a last-ditch attempt to stave off armed conflict.
Washington and Baghdad have failed to agree on dates for talks before Jan. 15 toward ending the crisis, which began with Iraq’s Aug. 2 seizure of Kuwait.
Vice President Dan Quayle wrapped up a visit to the gulf and headed back to Washington Tuesday night after calling on the deposed emir of Kuwait, Sheik Jaber a1-Sabah, in the Saudi Arabian city of Taif.
Quayle told him, as he had informed Saudi King Fahd on Sunday, that more money is needed from U.S. allies to help support Washington’s military effort in the gulf, Bush administration officials said.
The officials added that the emir had no objections to Quayle’s request for greater financial backing, but there was no immediate elaboration.
The Kuwaiti govemment-in-exile has given $2.5 billion to the U.S. military effort plus $3.3 billion to poorer countries hard hit by the international embargo on trade with Iraq.
Saudi Arabia has given $9 billion in cash and in-kind support for U.S. forces plus $3.9 billion to nations hurt by the embargo. The 1991 cost of the U.S. operation has been estimated at $30 billion — if war is not waged.
Meanwhile, Vice President Dan Quayle wrapped up a holiday visit to U.S. troops in the Persian Gulf area Tuesday, telling them, “Happy New Year. Last year, 1990, Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait This year, 1991, Saddam Hussein will leave Kuwait.’’ In the interview, Bush again denounced Iraq’s Aug. 2 invasion and later annexation of Kuwait, saying, “The world’s not going to accept that. And if we don’t do something about it today, we’re going to live to pay a much greater price tomorrow.
“And I am absolutely firm in that,’’he said.
“I will keep working to achieve a peaceful resolution to this question,’’ the president said. “However, it cannot be done with compromise to him.’’
Bush was noncommittal, however, when asked what he would do if Saddam does not comply with the Jan. 15 deadline set by the United Nations for withdrawal and restoration of the exiled Kuwaiti government.
“I haven’t made a determination,’’ he said. “And I suppose if I had I wouldn’t advertise it, because we’ve got a lot of lives at stake. ... But all options are open.’’
If a military attack is launched, the president said, “I would hope it would be over in a few days, but what happens realistically is hard to tell.... So, I’m not predicting one way or another.’’
The president returned by helicopter at mid-afternoon from Camp David, the presidential retreat in the mountains of western Maryland.
Group seeks your help on December burglary
New Braunfels-Comal County Crime Stoppers is offering up to $1,000 for help in solving this week’s Crime of the Week, dealing with a burglary that occurred at a business in December.
Sometime between the hours of 6:10 p.m. Dec. 17 and 8 a.m. Dec. 18, unknown suspects unlawfully entered Automotive Audio, located at 710 North Walnut Ave. Upon exiting the
store, the suspect or suspects left with several thousand dollars in electronic equipment.
Persons with information about this crime or any felony crime is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 620-TIPS. Crime Stoppers pays cash for tips that lead to the arrest and grand jury indictment of persons involved in felony crimes.
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Hired first place in its division tor the sixth year in a row with ‘ ‘Operation Sandbox,’’ a spoof of the U.S. military deployment in the Middle East. “Troops’’ wore camouflage-colored diapers and used baby bottles for bullets in their sandbox battlefield.
The parade has its roots in centuries-old European celebrations in which men dressed as women, women as men and poor as rich.
In Las Vegas, scores of couples lined up to be married on New Year’s Eve. The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority estimated a record 142,000 visitors would welcome the new year at the desert gambling resort.
Las Vegas is a marriage Mecca because Nevada requires no blood test and no wailing period for those wanting to tie the knot. Numerous quickie wedding chapels oblige those in a hurry.
Some traditions offered less warmth.
About 400 members of the Mount Gretna Polar Bear Club welcomed the new year by splash
ing in two 44-degree Pennsylvania ponds and 40 swimmers crossed the 1.4 miles from Alcatraz Island to San Francisco in 45-degree water.
In Vancouver, British Columbi-a, about 1,200 swimmers charged barefoot down a snowy beach to brave the 42-degree waters of English Bay in the city’s 71st annual Polar Bear Swim.
Swimmers ranged in age from 8 to 87 and represented Nepal, Sweden, Australia, Ireland and the United States, as well as Canada.
For Ivy Cranston, 79, the frigid waves felt great. The blind woman wore a turquoise bathing cap and suit for her 64th polar bear plunge.
“I like it and I don’t want anybody calling me a chicken,’’ a shivering Cranston said after a few icy strokes. “It was a little cold but it was nice.”
For many, Tuesday was simply a day to relax and watch parades or college football bowl games on televison. An estimated 400 million people saw the Rose Parade on TV, including viewers in 85 countries and soldiers stationed in the Persian Gulf.
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of New Braunfels, Sherrie Richter of San Antonio and Donald Legnon of San Antonio; grcat-grandparcnts, Mamie Lytton of New Braunfels, Joyce and Gene Spears of Emory, Texas, and Loraine and Tony Richter of Canyon Lake; and a brother, Levi Lytton of New Braunfels.
There will be no public visitation. Arrangements arc under the direction of Docppcnschmidt Funeral Home. A fund lo defray burial expenses has beal established at Victoria Bank and Trust under “Parents of Lyle Lytton."
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1644 McQueeney Rd
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8:30-6:00 Monday thru Saturday Custom Slaughtering Tues. Only
49 IO Urn. lh, or more
Fillets 2 *9
Hog QAA Heads O 37 V
49 3 ib*. I 39
IO lb*. or more
Specials Good Wed. Jan. 2th thru Tues. Jan. 8th
Pork Ribs J $3
149 3 lb.. I
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5* pkg or more
Center Cut End Cut
*1 89 *1 39
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Chuck 7 -Steaks
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JL Rk or more JL Bl.
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Butchering $13.00 Butchering $15.00
Processing 30* lh. DWL l>r(HCssing 30* lh. PWT
Coke, Sprite, Tab, Sunk 1st, A&W,
6-12 oz can*
Frozen, Cut and Wrap 1/2 Beef 1.53
Hindquarter 1.73 Forequarter 1.43