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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 15, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas T State National HeraldZeitung 2A In the Big Apple Texas Democrats retain their senses of humor while adjusting to life in New York City NEW YORK AP I Love New New York Hugh Carey sang in a rousing tone to the Texas delegation at its first Democratic National Convention caucus this And I learned to love it when I was in he added I love retorted Uoyd jarringly when the Texas senators turn came to lake the And I learned to love it when I was in New But putting regional pride and competition Texas alternates and assorted friends and relatives have taken to the streets of New York with some real flair and good I had a terrible Just Joyce Peters of San Bexar Countys Democratic party said with the glee that travelers favor to describe their She said her most difficult times have been getting cabs late at night to return from Madison Square the convention to the Texas delegation Last Calvin Guest the former state party chairman from Billy Goldberg current state party chairman and myself were flagging down cabs in the middle of the We were ready to buy a Peters But she was A special bus runs between the convention hall and the New York headquarters for the New York and Indiana Those who dont catch the bus at the right times choose between catching a which can be difficult at peak times riding the dreaded by or walking the 20 blocks through midtown At most Lucy a Kennedy delegate from El said she and a friend missed the bus one night finding it hard to get a decided to They made some friends while they rested along the We found some good This couple was just they were at a Broadway We became friends and they gave us a ride to the she Was she concerned about safety in New York late at night Do you believe that never crossed my mind They were very nice Efurd Billie a Carter delegate from pulled off a shoe and pointed to the blisters when asked about how she was get ting around New Im a country she We walk on grass in All they walk on here is this Many of the delegates know New York from the 1976 convention or from previous Time spent exploring the city has been limited for As assistant director of the state Democratic June Middlebrooks has spent a lot of her time taking care of con vention business and She said her only views of New York this trip were the the convention hall on the Plaza a beautiful Paul a Kennedy delegate from put in more variety by taking in a New York Yankees baseball walking through Harlem and riding out to Coney When some delegates do get out to see the they sometimes find reporters trailing behind Linda a Carter delegate from San said a television crew trailed her only sightseeing a trip to the Statue of I dont really have any I really like this she We did take the subway last and four people got off at the wrong They had to walk a few blocks to catch a Carter delegate from said the pace and the size of New York may make it different from Texas but hes figured it out Everyone seems to be going someplace in a and yet theyre really he Its not the same type of friendliness that were accustomed but everyone has been very Walter Networks salute to veteran CBS anchorman Democratic convention LOS ANGELES AP The tumult had and Madison Square Garden had nearly emptied itself of its con tentious finished at last with the noisy business of nominating their man for the White There was but one story left to ABC turned its cameras away from its Frank Reynolds and Ted and aimed at the booth next The image of Walter CBS came into It was the ultimate tribute to the veteran newsman working his last We are happy to have him on our Reynolds and we wish him good was the last network to leave the air after Thursday nights closing of the 38th Democratic National and before the lights went Cronkites colleagues gave him an onair Charles Kuralt presented Cronkite with the microphone he used to report his first convention for CBS in It was a self conscious bit of to conclude coverage of a news story with a tribute to a TV But the Democrats will be back in four Cronkite As for the rest of Thursdays it could have used some of the tingle of the Cronkite President Carter earned anew his reputation for lackluster and the crowd in the Garden was the TV folks spent a lot of time remarking on the lack of enthusiasm and pondering the CarterKennedy which had sustained an army of storyhungry television reporters through 16 hours of prime One of televisions dearest questions Local taxes should fund TFT says AUSTIN AP Local taxes would have to pay the salary of school superin tendents and any ad ministrative positions above that of according to a legislative proposal of the Texas Federation of Teachers We want state money to go into education Ron TFT told a news conference Let the local money pay for We could save enough money on administrative expenses so there would be no need for an alarming increase to tax said John head of the TFT legislative Cole said of the employes in the Corpus Christi school system are ad and Wilcox said 61 percent of the proposed 198182 budget for Austin schools will go to ad ministrative Wilcox said the TFT now has about members out of the teachers in Neither Wilcox nor Cole would put a price tag on the TFT school finance proposals to be presented the 1981 Obviously it will be costly but we can afford said A wellhead tax on oil would pay for all this with no The finance proposal provides for a state teachers minimum salary of in 1982 and in compared to the present minimum Radiator Trouble See or Tom Kiesling Sening You Since NEW BRAUNFELS RADIATOR WORKS Aolonio 6255724 The Texas State Teachers Association is expected to recommend a minimum wage In addtion to the 54 percent increase in teachers the TFT recommendations call for a teachers retirement system that includes costof living collective bargaining for a righttoeat act that would give teachers at least a 30 minute lunch period free from pupil statewide health insurance and a new or a meaningful voice in their law to make assault on a teacher a Of all our perhaps the worst is Bill Wilcox told the news Death hoax originated from Lackland AFB AP The Amirult familys nightmare of a latenight call which told of their sons death ended Thursday morning with the disclosure of an appparent cruel Authorities at Lackland Air Force Base in San Texas said they were in vestigating the false death report of John which they said appeared to be The family had begun funeral arrangements and had placed a newspaper obituary Thursday morning before their son telephoned to say he was Peter Amirult said he and his wife received a phone call from a man who said he was a Johnson from lackland about Wednesday He said John had been seriously injured in a truck that he had ruptured his spleen and had a lot of other Amirult About the couple received a second call from who told them their son was Peter who said he suffers from diabetes and a heart said he arranged with the caller to be flown to San Antonio as soon as the Air Force could send him flight The family called a local funeral home to make arrangements for and the home placed an obituary notice in the Evening Press in New Braunfels National Bank invites you to listen to A backward qlanca tt where we in Com at County hwe keen and where we are Sunday Mornings at 9 on MO or 9tl FM Featuring RMCKll by Lohtlf Hours MoiKtat Drive livu Houi Mondn fndtY St full sen ict btnkmy wati tour mtutd to S 100 000 6 w Insurtnct Corporation PhOHt Braunfels NATIONAL BANK through the week had been whether Senator Edward Kennedy would join Carter on the platform Thursday night for the traditional unity a question answered affirmatively by Kennedy people But CBS Susan Spencer reported that Kennedy wouldnt be in the hall for Carters acceptance She reported that Kennedy was afraid the cameras would focus on him rather than on This is a television Kennedy did but agonizing moments forcing Carters people to kill time by inviting every Democrat they knew by name onto the Finally Carter and Kennedy seemed cool to one He didnt physically embrace the ABCs James Wooten ob That was a fairly cold said Im bound to Reynolds it would have almost been better if Kennedy had not shown CBS Bob Schieffer put the whole Kennedy matter into much needed noting how much the Democratic party seems to love Edward Kennedy when hes not running for Finally it was and an em barrassed Walter Cronkite tried to gracefully endure his farewell It was appropriate that Charles whose job it is at CBS to take inventory of the nations sundry was the last CBS reporter to end a convention report with And back to Safe Hanging Baskets were NOW 8795 This Weeks Super 25 OFF All Selloum Philodendron Selected 8 10 Hanging Baskets ONLY Very Full 6 Beautiful Youve got to see these to appreciate their beauty were NOW Benjamina were NOW Nitida Giant Diffenbachia were NOW Scheffs Mix or match OFF Beautiful Stock Wide Variety 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