New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The first U.S. troops will return from the Persian Gulfwar on Thursday, according to Pentagon sources, who said today that President Bush plans to greet them at Andrews Air Force Base.
The returning soldiers will include members of the Army’s 82nd Airborne Division, which was the first American combat force sent to the gulf last August, the sources said.
About 4,400 members of the XVIII Airborne Corps, including members of the 82nd Airborne from Fort Bragg, N.C., will be in the first group to be greeted by Bush, the sources
said, speaking on condition of anonymity.
Within three days of the initial return ceremony, about 15,000 members of all service branches are expected to be back in the United States from the gulf area, the sources said.
Defense Secretary Dick Cheney, the secretaries and service chiefs of the various branches of the armed forces, and other military leaders were still working out official plans for what one source called “the symbolic first homecoming” of the war veterans.
Don’t let relatives pull you into dispute on loan
DEAR ABBY I have a family problem that I don’t know how to handle.
My daughter and her husband and children live in another state. They both have good jobs and are decent, reliable people. Last year, my daughter and her husband got into a financial bind and borrowed some money from my mot her-in-law, who is also my daughter's grandmother. (I'll call her Nell.) My daughter and her husband asked Nell to please keep the loan confidential, as they didn’t want anyone else in the family to know about their financial setback Nell is financially secure.
Well, Nell phoned me immediately to tell me about the loan. I never did tell my daughter that Nell told me about it. Now Nell keeps calling me to rake my daughter over the coals if she is late with a payment! Abby, it upsets me terribly to hear her complain about what a
terrible daughter I have. What should I do?
DEAR UPSET: Either write a letter or telephone Nell and convey the follow ing message: “I do not want to hear any more about my daughter and her husband's loan — that is between them and you. so please do not mention it again."
And if Nell calls you and brings it up, tell her you are busy and cannot listen to her. Then hang up. Your daughter and son-in-law have my sympathy.
DEAR ABBY. Seven years ago, I fell in love with a man I told myself it was only a “crush" because I felt ashamed and guilty and couldn’t face up to my feelings for him You see, he was a priest and I was a student at a Catholic college in which he taught.
I have since married and haven’t seen "Father F.” for some years, but my feelings for him have not diminished — they’ve grown stronger. I keep thinking about him and don’t know w hat to do.
Should I divorce my husband? He’s a decent man. I ve never told him about my feelings about Father F.. but our marriage is not working, and he deserves a woman who loves only him.
Should I take a job that would let me be close to Father F ? Even if I never have any relationship — even a friendly one — would being near him make me feel better, or would it make matters worse?
Should I go on as before, try to be a good wife and mother, and hope that things will get better and I’ll forget him0 Or should I divorce my husband and date other men in the hope that maybe I’ll fall in love with
someone else, and do better next time0
Incidentally, I’m a proud, self-contained woman, and consider myself capable of handling my problems. But the fact that I am actually writing to you for advice is a measure of my desperation. Please help me. I can’t sign my name.
DEAR MY SECRET: You have two major problems. Your marriage is in trouble, and you are obsessed with Father F. (Call it a schoolgirl crush, a fatal attraction, “love" — whatever.)
In any case, I suggest that you see a counselor or some kind of family therapist. You must let go of this fantasy you’ve been nurturing for far too long.
By Stella Wilder
Born today, you are far more level headed and single-minded than many others born under your sign, and you seem to have a knack for controlling that twin personality you have buried beneath the surface — as all Pisces natives seem to have You know what you want out of life, and you know howto get it — though your talents and abilities may not quite be what you think they are In short, you know what it takes to succeed, but you may not have what it takes to succeed without some kind of help You can expect your life to run in cycles of good and bad luck, and in time you will learn to modify your behavior and attitudes to suit whatever fortunes — favorable or unfavorable — you may be enjoying at the time You are always able, however, to maintain a predominantly positive outlook
Alto born on this date are: Frank Norris, author; Samantha Egger, actress; Judd Hirsch, actor.
To see what is in store for you tomorrow. find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph Let your birthday- star be your daily- guide WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6 PISCES (Feb 19-March 20) -Take care you deliver any and all messages clearly and simply today You don't want any confusion to be your fault
ARIES (March 21-April 19) —
While blissful ignorance may seem attractive. there are certain things you absolutely must acquaint yourself with — now'
TAI RCS (April 20-May 20) - Today is a good time to seize any opportunity that arises Experimentation and careful risk-taking can pay off GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — Financial difficulties can conceivably disappear before the day is out You must deal with them creatively.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) — What appeared to be a bargain at first
may actually have set you back when all is said and done.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Don’t take that support you're receiving from silent admirers for granted. You'll derive a great deal of strength from them.
VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - You may have to work hard to see just where you’re going, but once your destination is in sight you'll succeed.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Your perspective is likely to sharpen today, and you’ll see just what changes have to be made at this time.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Don't dwell on those negatives which seem to be recurring It s time, instead, to take some firm, dedicated action
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — If you spend too much time trying to see through the motives of others, you’ll not understand your own
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Efforts put in around the New Year are beginning to pay off. and you'll begin to see small, tangible results today.
AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Feb 18) -
You are usually noted for your objectivity. but today you'll have difficulty getting around certain preconceived notions
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In a recent independent survey* conducted for New Braunfels merchants a full 77% of the respondents said they depend on The Herald* Zeitung to get information about products and services in New Braunfels. But Mary Dodgen of Gruene Marketplatz didn't need a fancy survey to tell her that. She's known it all along. Her cash register is all the survey she needs.
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