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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 7, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas                                75235 Friday Taylor Communications 125 cents November Herald 97 36 Pages3 Sections USPS New Texas Canyon senior dies in crash By PATRICIA YZNAGA and DAVID KING Staff writers Every thats the last thing we tell them take care of yourself and come back ready to Canyon football coach Sterling Mike Maus wont be coming a senior at Canyon and one of Jeters died Thursday night in a singlecar rollover two miles west of New Braunfels on Texas A spokeswoman for the Texas Department of Public safety in New Braunfels said Friday that who was was killed when he lost control of his car at The car rolled over and burst into she He was pronounced dead at the scene at by Justice of the Peace Harold Reports indicated Maus burned to He had been traveling at a high rate of speed when the accident an eyewitness told the highway patrolman investigating the No other persons were involved in the and there will be rto the spokeswoman Services will be at Doppenschmidt Funeral Home with burial at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Marvin Tschatschula will conduct the the starting tight end for the Canyon also ran track and played Jeter He was also a member of the German Club and of Cross Lutheran All the kids liked him he was of easygoing and he enjoyed Jeter He was always teasing the other guys on the and they teased him about being so Jeter said the schools pep rally for tonights game with Kerrville Tivy was cancelled because Noboby felt much like Nobody really knows what to Everybody is sort of in a state of Jeter Maus is survived by his and Fred Maus of New Braun fels grandparents and Ar thur Queen and Natalie all of New Braunfels and a Caryn Maus of New Memorials should be sent to the Canyon High Athletic Booster Club or Cross Lutheran Bell will initiate interim increase AUSTIN AP Southwestern Bell will impose an interim telephone rate hike next but the temporary charges will amount to less than half the permanent in crease the company has a company official The company has indicated it will excercise its option to institute in terim rates because prolonged hearings have delayed a Public Utility Commission decision on its proposed million increase past statutory Under the Bell can impose the interim rates as long as it assures it will make refunds to its customers should the temporary rates exceed the charges ultimately approved by the The company did not release a tariff showing the impact of the new rates on individual but a company official told The Dallas Sec Page 12A Wholesale jobless rates climb Andys corner New Braunfels has a historical There probably werent any battles fought there and no founding fathers built their homes but perhaps it is not a coincidence that Jackson Street and Hickory Avenue Andrew 7th president of the United is also referred Staff photo to as Old He was nicknamed Old Hickory by his army of Tennessee volunteers as they fought the Battle of New The reason was that his men said he was as tough as the wood from this WASHINGTON AP Wholesale pricesjumped percent in equal to a percent compound annual and the nations unem ployment figure edged up one notch to the government reported Octobers jump in the Producer Price Index contrasted markedly with Septembers percent The in crease was fueled by rising automobile prices and significant boost in the cost of meat and other the Labor Department For the first 10 months of or pricesjiaye accelerated at a percent annual a rate very similar to the double digit mark of 1979 and further evidence of inflations persistent nature despite the recent Wholesale prices had risen percent in both July and inched up of a percentage point from percent in the department But behind the nearly stable there was significant The unemployment rate for adult men declined over the month to while the rate for women rose sharply to Unemployment among teenagers rose to percent last month following a decline in The number of unemployed at about 8 returned to its August level following a September Joblessness was up million from October with adult men accounting for about 1 million of the overtheyear the department The factory work week reflecting the nations apparent emergence from the sharp but short recession that began late last On the inflation the Labor Department ostf with half the jump caused by higher prices for cars and Sharply rising food prices accounted for most of the rest of the The introduction of 1981 model vehicles in October followed large price decreases in when Detroit closed out its 1980 model year with acrosstheboard discount to That dip in September became an instant campaign issue in the presidential with Republican nominee Ronald Reagan accusing the Carter administration of jimmying the The claim was strongly denied by government The Producer Price Index includes three categories finished which are ready for sale to consumers in termediate whichare semi processed and raw or crude such as ore or In intermediate goods rose compared with percent the month Raw material costs climbed a steep 19 percent after rising percent in September and about 6 percent in both months before the department All of the figures are adjusted for seasonal When the effect of car prices is subtracted from other finished wholesale prices rose only about percent last about a 5 percent annual Price changes at the producer level often are reflected at the consumer level within a few weeks or The department said prices for all consumer foods moved up percent over the After declining in wholesale prices for veal and pork rose Prices also jumped for dairy bakery processed flour and milled Reagan says hell alter relations with Soviets LOS ANGELES AP President elect Ronald Reagan says he will not intrude in President Carters foreign policy but will make a change in the way the United States deals with the Soviet Union once he takes he Iran should not expect to benefit by continuing to hold its American hostages until Reagan becomes president on I hope the Iranians will not have any idea there will be any profit to them in Reagan At a news conference his first such meeting with reporters following his landslide election victory on Reagan also said the people who engineered his successful election campaign will be in charge of planning his takeover of The Republican presidentelect went directly from the news conference to a private meeting in downtown Los Angeles with the leaders of Ms tran sition team and some of the men who served in his kitchen cabinet while he was governor of Inside REAL SPORTS STOCKS LISTINGS Much of the news conference was devoted to foreign policy and Reagan made clear that while he hopes to maintain the traditional nonpartisan nature of American foreign he expects to make some immediate For he rejected Carters contention that strategic arms limitation talks between the United States and the Soviet Union are too important to await resolution of such international crises as the Soviets occupation of I dont think you simply sit down at the table with the Soviet Union to discuss military for Reagan You discuss the whole world as to whether were going to have a world at peace or whether were simply going to talk about weaponry and not bring up these other In other he I believe in recently asked whether he would ask for Senate approval of the SALT II treaty while the Soviets kept troops in said the treaty was so important it should be ratified under any Reagan has vowed to throw out the current arms treaty with the Soviets and begin anew to gain a tougher He was asked if he would communicate with the Soviets during hjs transition to power to begin such He said that be and Vice President elect George Bush do not want to do anything that indicates that we are not a unified country and that we are in any way trying to speak with a dif ferent voice than the The president is still the he We are not going to intrude and we are going to recognize the fact that this administration is still in office and that foreign leaders must be aware that the president is still the Reagan also announced that William Paul and former Ambassador Anne the three people who headed his election would now be in charge of the Edwin Reagans chief of will be transition director and will work with the presidentelects other top campaign Reagan He also said many of the same people who advised him on policy matters during the campaign will continue to serve in a similar capacity in the coming 2 months before he takes They include former Treasury Secretary William Simon retired Alexander Haig Caspar Wein former budget director and secretary of education and welfare and George former chairman of the Council of Economic On other Reagan said It would be just fine with him if Congress went ahead and considered a taxcut proposal during its lameduck session before he takes He would give special consideration to finding qualified blacks and members of other minority groups to fill Cabinet posts and that he hopes to name his Cabinet by late November or early His staff had examined allegations See Page 12A Bock gives up personal bid to support Clayton for speaker By PATRICIA YZIMAGA Staff writer Although Democratic state Bennie Bock had considered running for Speaker of the Texas House of he fully supports Bill Clayton in his race in Bock began running for the position in I was and I was a candidate until he Clayton was he said Bock said he had pledeged his support to Clayton in the last legislative When I pledged my support to all of the Brilab stuff had not he After the Bock said he reaffirmed my support for He added that he did not have the votes necessary to secure the Clayton has pledges of support from more than 90 Bock with 76 votes needed to be elected This is going to be a difficult even for a man who has that type of Bock Although Clayton has already served three terms as Bock said he would favor legislation limiting speakers to no more than two consecutive That would not mean I would be against a person who has served two consecutive terms to run for the position again later he The speaker vote by the representative is probably the only vote a member has control Bock I think that people elect you to use your good judgment in these Bock said Claytons Democratic state John Bryant of does not have a chance of Clayton lists 98 vote pledges AUSTIN AP Bill acquitted 22 of corruption charges arising from the FBIs Brilab sting says he has clinched a fourth term as House Clayton issued a list of 98 House members and representativeselect pledged to his candidacy for the 1981 speakers He needs 76 votes to Today you are seeing a miracle become a I know there were some who questioned statements I made in February that I would prove my innocence of false charges by fall and maintain my posture as a speaker he House members will elect the speaker regarded as one of the three most powerful officials in state govern ment when the new Legislature convenes Only John opposes and Clayton said at a news conference Thursday that his list of 98 supporters should effectively end any speculation about a speakers Claytons list included 28 of the 36 Republicans elected to the House on Republicans are vitaUy interested in legislative and congressional redistricting the major task of toe 1981 session but Clayton said they would receive no special Redistricting will be a thing I dont feel will be given any weight because of any particular Clayton Among the wellwishers attending Claytons news conference were his Brilab Roy and acquitted Randall Buck Wood of Clayton dismissed a question about whether he is thinking of running for governor a move he was con sidering before the Brilab accusations were made public in I wont even consider that at this We are looking only toward the next legislative he The speaker said he waited until after the election to announce his plans because he did not want Brilab to be an issue in anybodys campaign for state Clayton saluted Bryant for bringing an opposing view to the Bryant says the speaker has too power and Clayton has used it on behalf of special business interests See Page 12A   

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