Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 112, No. 290, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 9, 1990 Page: 3 of 58
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THE NEWS-TELEGRAM, Sulphur Spring*, Texas, Sunday, December 9,TWO—A-3
Those misdirected researchers
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For more information, call 885-
7967 or 885-8047.
sion at 7:30 p.m. each Tuesday at
the lodge hall.
TOMMY PEUGH will sing
gospel at 7p.m. Monday, Dec. 10,
at Hopkins county Nursing Home.
Monday, Dec. 10
THE HOPKINS County Home
Economists Association will meet
. at 4 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Ira
Black. Everyone should bring an
. item to show and tell.
Tuesday, Dec^H ~~
SULPHUR SPRINGS Area
Retired Teachers Association will
meet at 11:30 a.m. the second
Tuesday of each month at K-Bob’s
THE J.M. (MATT) Barton Camp
441, Sons of Confederate Veterans,
will have a Dutch treat dinner at 7
p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, at Western
Sizzlin’. Members and spouses of
the Charles Buchanan Hams Chap-
ter 2531, United Daughters of the
Confederacy, are invited. There
will be a musical program.
THE MEAL-A-Day On-Site
Council meets at 1 p.m. the second
MIDDLE SCHOOL Band con-
cert will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Dec. 11, at the Civic Cen-
MARIE GREGORY will sing at
7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, at Hop-
kins County Nursing Home.
Monday of each month at the cen-.
ter, 225 College.
THE BEREAVED Parents Sup-
port Group meets at 7 p.m. the
second Monday of each month in
- the Paris Public Library gallery. For
more information call Juanita Wal-
lace at 885-9657 or Mary Coats at
NEWCOMERS’ CLUB annual
progressive dinner will begin at
6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 11, at
Glenda Dobbins’ home with hors
d’oeuvres. There will also be an or-
nament exchange. For more infor-
NEW LIFE-Serenity Al-Anon
Group will meet at 8 p.m. Tuesdays
and Fridays and at 12:30
Wednesdays in Suite 2-B of Shan-
non Square. For more information
mation, call 885-8329 or 885-1373.
HIGH SCHOOL-Middle School
choir concert will begin at 7:30
p.m. Monday, Dec. 10, at the Civic
CALVARY BAPTIST Church
children’s choir will present a
program at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec.
12, at Regency Terrace.
Wednesday, Dec. 12
HOPKINS COUNTY EMS per-
sonnel will be conducting free
blood pressure checks from 5 to 7
p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 12, at Wal-
A COMBINATION Alcoholics
nonymous 12-step study group will
meet at 8 p.m. Monday at the Hop-
kins County Substance Abuse Out-
meets at 7:30 p.m. each Tuesday at
First Presbyterian Church. For
more information call 885-9397, af-
ter 6 p.m.
TAKE OFF Pounds Sensibly
(TOPS) Chapter 1233 meets at 9:45
a.m. each Wednesday in Wesley
United Methodist Church.
SULPHUR SPRINGS Masonic
Lodge 221 will have a study ses-
SENIOR CITIZENS dance will
begin at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec.
12, at the Senior Citizens Activity
Center on MLK Drive.
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rthe estimated 8,000 Western, East
^European and Japanese hostages in
timated 600 of the foreii
Iraq and occupied Kuwait. An es
\ believed held at stratej
ward of an attack by U.l
- U.S. officials, using Voice of
^American radio, on Friday urged
‘Americans hiding in Kuwait to
remain where they were until the
process of their release was made
The head of Iraqi Airways said it
would serve as the exclusive carrier
for the hostages. The state airline
has prepared a fleet of aircraft to fly
them out, Nur Eldin al-Safi said in
a telephone interview.
There had been speculation the
’ jU.S. arid Other governments would
' charter some planes to take the hos-
Iraqi Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz
s, which his government
. has insisted were “guests” and not
( hostages, would be quick and he
/expected them all home for
1 But “it’s not going to happen in
’ one day,” Aziz said in an interview
on ABC’s “Nightline” program
Aziz also said foreigners in
hiding since Iraq invaded Kuwait
? have nothing to fear.
can appear, and leave the
Gaza Strip, something Jerusalem
U.S. Ambassador Thomas R.
Pickering was scheduled to meet
Israeli Premier Yitzhak Shamir at
the same hour the Security Council
is convening to vote on the resolu-
The U.S. Mission got the
Security Council to rush through a
"use of force” resolution egainst
Iraq last week by assuring other
council members it would go dong
with a resolution calling for an in-
ternational conference to resolve
strife in the Israeli-occupied ter-
Aziz said passage of the resolu-
tion wouldn't end the gulf show-
down, anyway. “I’ve seen the draft
(of the resolution) and it is a very
Saddam announced Thursday he
wanted to .free the foreigners kept
against their will in Kuwait and
Iraq, in what was seen as a con-
ciliatory response to President
Bush’s offer last week to enter
peace talks on the gulf crisis.
Thursday, Dec. 13
HIGH SCHOOL Band Christmas
concert will begin at 7:30
Thursday, Dec. 13, at the Civic
SALTILLO PTO Christmas
Program will be at 7:30 p.m. ___
Thursday, Dec. 13, in the school C&XHy
gym. The band will perform a
Christmas program and Santa will
Dear Ann Landers: I can appre-
ciate a scientific breakthrough as
much as the next person but enough
is enough. Give us a break. _
A while back researchers in the
labs were working overtime on ways
to extend life expectancy well past
100. It would not be considered
unusual for a person to reach his or
her 170th birthday. When I read that,
all I could think of was buying
Christmas gifts for children, grand-
children, great-grandchildren, great-
great-grandchildren and great-great-
great-grandchildren. Have mercy.
And now I read about yet another
remarkable effort. Get this:
Scientists have now made it possible
for women who have gone through
menopause to become pregnant
through the implantation of
"donated" eggs. According to the
New England Journal of Medicine,
four out of seven post-menopausal
women who used this method
became pregnant and gave birth to
Cut it out, you folks in the
nation's research centers. There is
still a long list of diseases that we
have no cure for. Please wok on
them and don’t "help" women in their
late 40s and 50s have babies. The
best break Mother Nature gives us
is menopause and the freedom from
pregnancy. Please, you geniuses,
keep your cotton-pickin' hands off
this God-given blessing. --
NEARLY 48 AND LOVING IT
DEAR NEARLY 48: I’m not sure
all women share your views, but HI
bet if I took a poll, your team would
win by a landslide. Thanks for
Dear Ann Landers: I'm a
16-year-old girl who moved to New
York from the Midwest. A few
months ago I began to go with a
guy who is very good-looking and
considered a "catch." Everything was
fine until he started to push me
around. Physically, I mean. We got
into a silly argument about which
TV channel to watch and he socked
me in the arm so hard it left a great
big black and blue mark that lasted
a week. When my mother asked me
about it, I lied and said I ran into a
I like this guy a lot but I'm not
willing to be a punching bag to keep
him. I see signs of a mean temper
that could get out of control. Do you
think if I laid down the law he would
be more respectful? Please give me
some advice, Ann.
I need it. - NAME WITHHELD
ON REQUEST (LONG ISLAND)
DEAR LONG ISLAND: I'm glad
you wrote. It's been a long time since
I have addressed this problem in the
column. The following guidelines
suggested by the New Jersey
Battered Women’s Services were
designed to help teen-age girls iden-
tify abusive relationships:
- Are you afraid of making your
- Are you afraid to disagree with
- Do you need permission to do
things or go places without him?
- Are you afraid he will hurt you?
- Are you afraid to break up with
If your answer is yes to the
majority of these questions, you are
in a relationship that places you at
risk of being abused. My advice,
based on what you have written, is
to deep-six this guy immediately, if
not sooner. That punch on the arm
is a small sample of what you'd be
in for if he became seriously upset
with you. Don't hang around to find
out what's coming next. Head for
Dear Abb Landers: The follow-
ing advice is for all adult children
who no longer live with their
If you have any cherished memen-
« from your childhood stored in
your parents' home, reclaim them
before it is too late.
When people get on in years they
frequently become forgetful.'The
day may come when Mom or Dad
no longer remembers whose belong-
ings are up in the attic or what they
are doing there. Sometimes they are
unaware that those items have any
value (either monetary or sentimen-
tal) and throw them away or give
them to charity.
I'm writing this letter, unfortu-
nately, after a sad experience.
Perhaps it will help someone for
whom it is not too late. Sincerely -
DEAR ALASKA: Most people
would never give it a thought.
Thanks for the tip.
© 1980, Creators Syndicate
by Cathy Gulaewlte
TEXAS BLUE Band will play at
7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 13, at Hop-
kins County Nursing Home.
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Homemakers will meet at 11 a.m.
Thursday, Dec. 13, at the home of
Genevieve Jackson, 1245 Main St,
for a Christmas program, covered
dish luncheon, Christmas tree and
* - Friday, Dec. 14
CHURCH OF the Nazarene will
host a residents’ Christmas party at
7 p.m. Friday, Dec. 14, at Hopkins
County Nursing Home.
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Saddam’s request, ratified by his
parliament Friday, also came one
week after the U.N. Security
Council approved the resolution
authorizing an attack on Iraq after
Jan. 15 if Saddam fails to free the
hostages and withdraw his troops
FAMILIES OF Cedar Springs
neighborhood will have a covered
dish Christmas dinner at 6:30 p.m.
Friday, Dec. 14, at the Senior
Citizens Activity Center on MLK
Drive. Bring groceries for the
city of Ku
In calling for the hostages’
release, Saddam said Thursday that
city of Kuwait, or come to Bagh-
The State Department announced
,)Rriday it will close its besieged
..mission in Kuwait once the
.Americans who wish to leave are
free. It denied the decision was a
: concession to Iraqi demands that all
" embassies in Kuwait close.
‘ Eight diplomats and other
■Americans wno sought refuge with
them have been living on canned
tuna and boiled water from the em-
bassy swimming pool.
?•' In August, Iraq ordered all mis-
sions in Kuwait closed, cutting off
supplies to those refusing to com-
ply. Only the British and American
^embassies have remained open, in
part to keep contact with their
nationals hiding in Kuwait.
In London, the Foreign Office
said its two-diplomat mission in
, Kuwait will stay open.
! U.S. diplomats were faced with a
dilemna in considering a U.N.
: Security Council resolution endors-
: ing a Mideast peace conference. A
veto could alienate Arab allies,
: while letting it pass would outrage
: Israel and its Jewish friends in
Saddam has tried to link
: withdrawal of his troops from
Kuwait with Israel’s abandonment
of the occupied West Bank and
he was responding to positive
diplomatic overtures and that he no
longer needed the hostages because
enough of his forces were deployed
in southern Iraq and Kuwait to
ward off an attack.
Likely dates for U.S.-Iraqi talks
will be open until 8 p.m. each
Friday in December.
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State Department spokeswoman
Margaret Tutwiler said Aziz might
visit Washington on Dec. 17 for a
meeting with President Bush. Aziz
said subsequent talks between
Secretary of State James A. Baker
Iff and Saddam in Baghdad could
take place on Dec. 20, 21,
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Clark* Keys......................................Editor and Publisher
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