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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 2, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas Building boosted by permit for Aniol clinic Building permits for September numbered 81 for a total of much of it caused by Larry Aniols million intermediate care facility for the That brings the total for the year to close to the issued for the first nine months of Permits for 15 singlefamily residences and three duplexes were issued last month for worth of A shoe store financed by the American National Life In surance added to the total and will be built at 696 Walnut In September in residences and duplexes made up a much smaller part of that months The following are the addresses and dollar amounts for last months singlefamily residence The names in parentheses are the if different from the Caddell 530 JerryBob Construction 1440 First American 923 F irst American 924 New Braunfels 631 Philipp 1163 Fox Run Ray Box 309 Rio Preusser 1306 Roland West Leonard 1330 Tulip Harold Bennett 622 1172 Fox Run Ralph Curtis Builders 505 David Sten 3 Anhalt Alfred and Esther 106 Construction of duplexes will be undertaken by Alfred and Esther Seidel at 375377 BobO Link for Frank Felder at 415417 Buttercup for and Calvin Brasle Leland Seidel at 215 Bob0Link and 1738 Kuehler for Thursday Taylor Communications 25 cents October Zcitung 72 22 Pages 2 Sections USPS 377830 New Texas Talks on hostages with rejected Cyprus AP Irans Parliament today unanimously rejected any direct or indirect negotiations with the United States about the fate of the 52 American Irans official Pars news agency The announcement came as the hostages began their 334th day in There was no immediate indication what prompted the Iranian But there was speculation it might be in reprisal for a Carter administration decision to send sophisticated radar picket planes to Saudi Arabia to help protect that nations oilfields in the face of Iranian threats to attack them because of Saudi Arabias reported offer of aid to Iraq in its war with Irans Pars news agency said Wednesday that Prime Minister Mohammad Ali Rajai received and was studying a letter from Secretary of State Edmund Muskie on the But Muskie told reporters at the United I dont recognize any letter of mine of that Muskie said he wrote to Iran to make clear that the four special radar and command planes the United States send to Saudi Arabia were purely defensive and have no offsensive The Saudis asked for the planes out of concern the Iranians might make good on a threat to bomb Saudi oilfields if the Saudis aided Iraq in the In a brief report monitored here Pars said the Parliament also approved a sevenmember special commission to study the hostage The news agency did not The or reportedly nominated the seven commission members on but put off a debate on the commissions It was not known if that debate was The deputies did agree Tuesday that it would be up to the Majlis and not the commission to determine what would be done with the Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini has empowered the with its majority of hardline Moslem to decide the Americans Fierce fighting continues chemical complex hit Iraq AP Iraqi and Iranian troops were reported locked in savage handtohand combat today for Irans oil port of and an Iraqi air attack was said to have heavily damaged a billion Persian Gulf petrochemical complex under construction to the Western diplomats here said they believed Iraqs offer of a fourday which Iran immediately was a ploy to gain international The diplomats said they believed the Iraqis also were seeking a period of quiet so their troops could con solidate their gains inside Iraqs leading daily charged the United States with war brinkmanship and playing with fire by continuing to interfere in the The paper offered no specifics to support the A communique carried today by Baghdad Radio claimed the Iranians had suffered a large number of dead and wounded Wednesday in the central and southern sectors of the It listed Iraqi losses as 16 24 wounded and three Iraq said its shock troops were battling diehards of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeinis revolutionary guards in a fresh assault to capture Savage battles are raging from house to house and street to street to complete the liberation of the the governmentcontrolled Baghdad newspaper Al Gomhoria said in a report broadcast by Iraqs state Theyre fighting hand to The Iranian command said the Iraqis were digging their own graves in Khorramshar and nearby major cities of Irans oilrich Khuzestan and told the inhabitants You should fight tooth and nail to destroy these blasphemous enemies and teach them such a lesson that they will never be able to get up Some 100 miles east of facilities of the sprawling JapaneseIranian petrochemical complex in Bandar Khomeini on the Persian Gulf were heavily damaged by an Iraqi air Mitsui and Irans partner in the Mitsui officials told reporters in Tokyo said the attack by several Iraqi fighterbombers hit the central part of the complete heavily damaging three of the 13 plants at the complex They said damage from the the second on the petrochemical complex in a could seriously delay the projects scheduled for the spring of The 745 Japanese workers at the project were evacuated to a camp six miles from the construction site after the first bombing and none was injured in the the officials The Iranian Embassy in the Lebanese capital was hit by rocketpropelled grenades about 4 today and the first four floors were wrecked by the exploding an embassy spokesman in Beirut Iraqs embassy was hit by four rockets iwrt pnoto tY Jonn Bananas sprouted on Maria Cruzs the first time in 15 The trees are located at 523 Central Inside HOROSCOPE RELIGIOUS TELEVISION WEATHER Inside Previews for the New BraunfelsCentral Catholic and Smithson ValleyCanyon football See pages 5A and Congress recesses after funding WASHINGTON AP after doling out enough money to keep the government going for about is calling it quits until after the November leaving behind a full agenda of unfinished The Senate recessed early today and the House was to do the same later in the having broken a deadlock Wednesday on a stopgap government wide financing The over financing abortions for poor had brought the government into the new fiscal year Wednesday without the legal authority to do meet payrolls or pay But agreement on the spending bill came in time to avert any noticeable slowdown in government The measure that kept Senators on Capitol Hill until the early morning hours was a proposed 10 week extension of jobless benefits one of the elements in President Carters economic revitalization The bill was but not until five hours of negotiations between Democratic and Republican leaders had added language tightening eligibility requirements for unemployment That sent the measure back to the which passed the benefits extension When lawmakers come back on it will be to the first lameduck session in a presidential election year since The major chores will be completion of the federal budget for fiscal 1981 and approval of the necessary approprations bills to allow government agencies to operate beyond the 15 cutoff in the stopgap bill passed The outgoing 96th Congress seems certain to complete work on these must economic items before the 97th Congress convenes But many other major bills were left hanging as members closed up shop until after the election and how many of those bills would be revived in the lameduck session remained an open Among the key pending bills are measures to revive federal revenuesharing programs that expired to protect Alaska park and wilderness to revise the federal criminal code and to establish a billiondollar fund to pay for oil spills and chemical waste site And a Republicanbacked plan for a big cut in personal income tax which the Senate Finance Committee has approved in modified was also on the waiting Whether that will be dealt with when Congress returns may depend on who wins the presidential and congressional Republicans have accused the congressional Democratic majority of scheduling the lameduck session to avoid the political repurcussions of having to deal with a budget that is not In a GOP attempt Wednesday to keep Congress in town until work on the budget wound up was rejected on a 231161 House vote that split along party The abortion financing deadlock was broken when the Senate agreed to a softened House provision prohibiting Medicaid payment for abortions in cases of rape unless the victim reports the rape to authorities within 72 The law had required only that a rape be reported promptly for any subsequent operation to be covered by
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