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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas                                Box 45436 Dallas Tx Wednesday Taylor Communications 25 cents August HeraldZeitunQ 28 Pages 3 Sections USPS 377880 New Texas President Carters platform tied NEW YORK AP President winning a guarantee of renomination on one finds on the next that his prize is tied to a party platform bearing the clear stamp of Edward Carter was arriving in New York today as delegates to the Democratic National Convention gathered to formally nominate him for a second But under convention he was virtually forced to repudiate party positions on the the Equal Rights Amendment and abortion all stances pushed to success by the Kennedy camp Tuesday And the big question of the convention remained Would Kennedys allout support follow his platform achieved after the presidents men avoided yet another battle and let the senator have his Thats a decision for him to Carter said when asked about Kennedys support Tuesday night as he returned to the White House from five days at the presidential retreat at Camp And does he need that he was I can win much better with Carter It would certainly be beneficial for me to have his full support during the There were some that not all Kennedys supporters would go along with a Kennedy Kennedys deputy campaign former Wisconsin Pat resigned as a delegate and said he would con sider supporting independent candidate John A machinists union official said some members who are delegates would walk out during Carters acceptance speech to protest the presidents economic As for in an impassioned speech that electrified the conventions Tuesday he called for a party victory in the fall but offered no direct endorsement of After that the convention was momentarily But it was a shallow victory for the Massachusetts his presidential bid rejected and his major platform plank spurned Labor Secretary Ray Marshall said Carter would formally today that he cannot accept plank calling for a federal program to create That plank was the one on which Kennedy chose to focus his fight to renew the commitment of the Democratic Party to economic Asked why Carter was unwilling to accept the White House press secretary Jody Powell I cant imagine Senator Kennedy would expect the president overnight to change the position which he has held throughout this long I would think the senator and the American people would think less of the president if he changes his to obtain some political Under party Carter must notify the convention of his disagreement with any platform plank within one hour of final approval of the Powell said that while Carter continues his strong support for the he opposes the platform plank calling on the party to withhold campaign funds and technical assistance from any candidate who opposes the The convention also called for continued federal funding for a position Powell said Carter has opposed throughout his public Among the remaining controversial planks to be taken up when the delegates returned to Madison Square Garden at noon EOT were those dealing with solar energy and the MX The solar energy plank calls for a commitment to a federal program for solar or other renewable sources that exceed the federal commitment to synthetic The minority plank on the MX flatly opposes deployment of the missile system favored by Powell conceded that Carter faced a tough fight on the but he added that the presidents clear and not But the potential disputes on the remaining planks seemed anticlimactic after the emotional session Tuesday night when Kennedy delivered one of the memorable speeches in political convention I am asking you to renew the commitment of the Democratic Party to economic Kennedy told the I am asking you to renew our commitment to a fair and lasting prosperity that can put America back to He went on to restate many of the issues that dominated his presidential yielding on But he saved his harshest words for Republican presidential nominee Ronald saying the former California governor has no right to quote Franklin Delano Roosevelt as he did in his acceptance speech at the GOP convention last Kennedy congratulated Carter on his victory and I am confident that the Democratic Party will reunite on the basis of Democratic principles and that together we will march toward a Democratic victory in When Kennedy the convention hall exploded in Delegates waved blue and white signs Kennedy Some had scrawled on the Amidst the tumult on the floor were the political operatives from the Carter and Kennedy It became clear as the roll call was about to begin that we werent going to Powell The Carter aides called their counterparts in the Kennedy A deal was struck on the economic planks without what one aide called direct consultation with the They agreed on all but one calling for wage and price House Speaker Thomas ONeill presiding officer of the quickly gaveled them through on voice votes and declared the wage and price control plank similarly Texas delegates feel good NEW YORK delegates to the Democratic National Convention nominate their presidential candidate following a massive outpouring of support for Edward Kennedys unsuccessful bid to unseat President Im feeling pretty Kennedy delegate Steve Thomas of Austin said Tuesday midway through a placard chanting demonstration for the Of course I wish wed The prolonged the conventions came after Kennedy put in an appearance to outline the policies of his failed run for the White Carter forces in the Texas delegation praised his speech and said its tone and a compromise on platform issues may have set the stage for party re It sure former Texas Attorney General John Hill He has called for party unity if there is to be any possibility of defeating Republican candidate Ronald I thought it Kennedys speech was the best delineation of the differences between two parties Ive ever heard in my land commissioner Bob Armstrong Billie Carr of a Kennedy delegate who spoke earlier of the disappointment and bitterness the senators supporters felt after losing the open convention battle said she was satisfied by the com promise I think this is definitely Kennedys They Carter supporters cant top this on Thursday she I feel The vote to include a jobs program in the which Kennedy sup porters had called a must passed the Texas delegation by 20 More than twothirds of the Texas delegation are Carter Im surviving Lon Darley of Denton Im enjoying All Kennedy delegates were by no means certain to return to Texas and work strongly for the CarterMondale Im working for Texas Patricia Baker of Dallas said during the declining to endorse Carters nomination which is slated to become official Ive heard nothing but good com ments about the conduct of the Carter Louise Caddell of San Antonio Were very pleased theres no other word for Theres a lot of disappointment and Carr Dick Reeves outlines the Glen Cow Creek and Edwards aquifers Surface water touted as insurance for future Staffphotos By ROBERT JOHNSON News editor If the message didnt hit home last it hit home Tuesday Glen Rose and Cow Creek formations are not reliable sources of and an alternate water source is for That was the message which came out of the third town meeting on held at Smithson Valley The first two meetings were held last Because of the time it now is the time to begin looking at an alter nate source of Dick Reeves of the Geological Survey And Canyon Lake seems to be the most obvious and attractive Reeves and county sanitarian Ed Grist Reeves was only one of several members of a panel that first an swered prepared then fielded queries from the Leroy GuadalupeBlanco River Authority director of planning and development Bill assistant county attorney and Fred Precinct 3 justice of the joined Reeves and Grist on the The meeting was organized by a group calling itself Citizens Task Force on Although it sponsored the first two town the group had not taken an official name until meeting moderator Dan Baker The groups goal is to bring in formation on water to the he The next town which is tentatively set for will examine some proposed solutions to the water Baker Residents of Canyon Lake and Spring Branch all depend on the Glen Rose and Cow Creek formations for Reeves Because they are thin structures with limited they are limited water see Page ISA Thats moderator Dan Baker behind a diagram of Cibolo Creek Inside Texas public schools BULVERDE COUNTY GERONIMO NATURE SOIL Court stays admission of aliens Coming Thursday Backtoschool NBISD bus schedules HOUSTON AP The doors of Texas public thrown open for the children of illegal aliens by a federal have been slammed shut again by a federal appeals touching off widespread reaction from government and education A threejudge panel of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a one line opinion Tuesday staying a ruling that would have forced public schools to enroll undocumented children this On July District Judge Woodrow Seals struck down a Texas law barring illegal alien children from a free The circuit courts Tuesday ruling came after the State of Texas filed an appeal to Seals landmark saying the opinion did not give Texas public schools enough time to prepare for the enrollment of undocumented San Antonio schools presently are the only ones that admit undocumented children without charging I never thought a federal court would advocate functional said Ruben national president of the League of United Latin American Citizens said The higher court is creating chaos and It the ruling is legally and morally Seals ruling struck down a portion of the Texas Education Code that gives local school districts the option to charge tuition or refuse to enroll the children of illegal Numerous lawsuits were filed in 1978 and 1979 and consolidated here last Seals presided over a lengthy trial here last Attorneys for the plaintiffs said there may be illegal alien children in but states attorneys said the number may be as high as Isaias who represented undocumented children at that trial said he was disappointed at Tuesdays ruling and would file an appeal possibly This means the children probably wont be able to go to school for several Torres In his Seals wrote that the Texas law was a violation of 14th Amendment rights and chided state and federal officials for not enforcing immigration Bill Clements applauded the saying in Austin he agreed with the That is my oneline The matter should be Clements added that he was op timistic that the state would get a favorable roling their request to overturn Seals In Manuel assistant to the school welcomed the One more student now of any kind would put a damper on the he This delay will relieve said the Harungeu school system would have to build additional classrooms to handle the If we could lure 20 teachers we wouldnt have a place to put he Bill of the Houston said about 600 illegal alien children had been enrolled since 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