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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 2, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas                                6 75235 Ofexaft75335 Reagan campaign in key states By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President Carter and Ronald Reagan played to the crowds in pivotal electoral states Saturday in endofcampaign theatrics that featured a walkon by Gerald Ford and a prediction of a Reagan landslide by Richard With the 1980 presidential campaign all but Carter was talking in cosmic terms as he sought to persuade Texans to give him another four years in the White Saying he wanted to continue his quest for peace through strength and with controls on nuclear Carter observed When Americans went to the moon and turned their eyes back to we saw our planet for what it is a fragile spaceship in which all of us all four billion of us must travel The sooner we stop fighting each other and start fighting these common enemies of the whole human the more likely all of us will be to survive and Carters speech was billed as an outline of his hopes for the but the inference was clear that the world would be safer with him rather than Reagan in the White Carter campaigned in San Abilene and Fort The president drew the biggest San Antonio crowd of the fall campaign at the I need you next It was estimated at by local Democratic official Alice less than the estimated Ballot details Pages 10A who attended Carters Alamo rally in The stopovers in San Antonio and Brown sville were to get out the MexicanAmerican which Texas Land Commissioner Bob Armstrong said is essential to Carters re election bid in the We need to over 60 he The former Californiagovernor chose to focus on the economy his favorite theme as he stumped Michigan with the former as his campaign Reagan said Carter inherited a sound economy from All Jimmy Carter had to do is to follow the lead Gerry Ford had given him but he didnt have the Reagan Jimmy Carter is a fouryear Ford told a chilled crowd gathered in front of the Battle Creek train He wont be the top spokesmen for Reagan and Carter were venturing their views on how the drama will end on Election Lyn Reagans chief said of the candidate He wont talk about but hes feeling pretty Nofziger reflected the optimism of the Reagan camp as the campaign neared an With uncertain reports originating from where 52 Americans remain the captives of Iranian he said The only thing sitting out there is that hostage Jody Carters press was told he appeared to be talking openly about That would be a gross oversimplification of what I the White House press secretary told who resigned the White House at the height of the Watergate scandal in August played saying Reagan will get 351 electoral 81 more than needed to oust Sunday Taylor Communications 50 cents November HeraldZeitunQ 93 64 Pages r 4 Sections USPS 377880 New Texas Mullins leads in spending Wurstfests best The opening of Wurstfest was a treat for funloving people of all Plenty of drink and music swelled the Wursthalle and grounds as Staff photos people from faraway places joined local residents in commemorating the German heritage of New Wurstfest off to quieter start By PATRICIA YZIMAGA Staff writer Beer sales are down and the streets dont seem as crowded as they were last but Wurstfest is running as smoothly as Were doing very Betty co chairwoman of the New Braunfels Art League Wurstfest show at 353 Seguin said Saturday We have a flowing she adding that art sales were better than they were last Moving Gartenfest from the Hinman House on Castell Avenue to the Schmitz Hotel on Main Plaza may be the reason for its Charline a worker in the pantry section of Were doing wonderful she Much better than when we were over there Castell Gartenfest seems to be attracting more people than before Whipple Were right on the People didnt know we were over there on Castell They didnt look down that street that What pleases me is that local people are taking an Marion another pantry People are coming One young lad came in here and bought six packages of He smiled and said You remember Hes been coming down every year for about three years and hes going into the service and he Ill see you in three You when youre three years seems like nothing but when youre my youll never know if youll be around when he comes Friday nights crowd was smaller than Donnie president of the Wurstfest but the association expects between and visitors during the It visitor count has been increasing 10 to 15 percent for the last five he Beer sales for Friday were also equaling approximately onethird of last years sales for the same a Wurstfest Association member Saturdays beer sales were also he First aid stations at the Wurstfest grounds were quiet Saturday Bill an emergency care Their business increases after nightfall with people falling pushing sausage sticks into somebody stuff like Faulkner Too much he added This is my third he Before when I worked here they had those kiss me buttons and that caused but since theyve eliminated all those its been he Ive had to go up to people in the tent and ask them not to ex pecting some smart but theyve been real By HENRY KRAUSSE Staff writer Judging by the amount of money raised and this years race for Comal County sheriff between in cumbent Walter Fellers and challenger John Mullins is the hottest among a handful of local political The other candidates for justice of the peace or precinct constable positions and not all of them have opponents ana Republican according to contribution and expenditure statements filed with the county clerks office Many of the candidates are raising less than they according to the The documents must be filed 30 days before the seven days and 30 days The law is the same for primary so each candidates file folder gets pretty thick by this time of In many the documents show no money little or no money Not so with Sheriff Fellers and the man who wants his John Fellers has raised and spent a good part of it during the May 8 primary by far the top spender among local has dispensed He has raised And he didnt have to about an opponent in the Republican so all of that money has been focused on the General Election Fellers has relied mainly on con tributions from His two biggest Leroy Neuse and Glenn were good for according to the statement filed 30 days after the when Inside TV pages Fellers beat challenger Julio Espinoza for the Democratic Five other contributions ot five one and in con tributions smaller than account for Fellers Mullins has benefited from the campaign war chest of the Republican Womens Club of Canyon which gave him and that of the Comai County Republican Womens Club based in New which donated Coma1 County Republican Chairmatv Charles Berger gave Mullins The remaining in reported con tributions came from individual gifts of or his statement Fellers largest reported expenditure was for campaign emery boards and pens from National Imprint a Fort Mullins single greatest expense was for ads and printing from the weekly Canyon Other expenditures included a total of for commercials on New Braunfels radio station KGNBKNBT and for National Im print benefiting from both was paid for campaign The race between Republican Lester Jonas and Democrat Smitty Smith for the office of Precinct 3 constable has both men spending more than theyre taking according to the Jonas reported zero contributions and expenditures of some of it being spent before the while Smith reported contributions of and expenditures of Harold justice of the peace for Precinct has spent with no contributions in his reelection bid against Republican challenger Bemus Glenn Jackson reported a donation from the Comal County Republican plus in contributions of or for a total of His single expenditure was for ads in the The statements of justice of the Precinct 4 candidates Carrol Matheny and Howard Curly Smith show similarly lowkey Smiths only contribution of was labeled Republican while on the Democratic See Page 16A Iranian Parliament convenes on hostages By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Iranian Parliament convened Sunday and obtained a quorum to begin its long awaited public debate on the fate of the American a spokesman The parliamentary reached by telephone from said the hostage issue was the oojy item on the but procedural questions were being discussed There were 187 deputies on seven more than the 180 required for a when Speaker Hashemi Rafsanjani convened the which began with a reading from the the Moslem holy Mohammad a member of the special parliamentary commission set up to set con ditions for the release of the was the first deputy to He delivered a brief statement on the philosophy of Islam and its teachings before the formal hostage debate got under On one Iranian legislator predicted the or would announce conditions for releasing the who began their 365th day in captivity The last scheduled was canceled after a boycott by many Moslem hardline legislators cut attendance below a The protesting deputies said any action on the hostages could help President Carter in the presidential elections on Tuesday the militants holding the hostages called Saturday for a grand demonstration and a program at the Embassy in Tehran on Tuesday to mark the first anniversary of the Americans November 4 is the day of oc cupying and smashing the hideout of the great Satan the United States in the land of the militants referring to their seizure of the mission last In Secretary of State Edmund Muskie denied a published report that a bargain nad been struck on the hostage issue and said further negotiations with the Iranian authorities probably would be needed even if the Parliament decided to free the Resolution of the hostage situation won support from the newspaper of the Islamic Republican Party which controls about 70 percent of the 288 Majlis The newspaper said prolonging the debate would not bring benefits to our Tehran Radio on Saturday carried a lengthy commentary criticizing the Zionist and im perialist propaganda machinery for implying that Iran is towards dependence on the It said the Western world has launched the most intense awaiting the release of the   

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