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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 2, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas State tteraldZtitun Christopher takes hostage reply to Algeria izt Algeria Af Deputy Secretary of State Warren Christopher arrived in Algiers today carrying the latest American response to Irans terms for freeing the 52 American Christopher was accompanied by Redha Algerias ambassador to and a delegation of other American The deputy secretary is scheduled to meet with Algerian Foreign Minister Mohatned Benyahia to relay the Algeria has been acting as intermediary in the negotiations between the United States and There was no immediate indication of a breakthrough on gaining the release of the hostages after nearly 13 months of Christopher and other officials will be prepared to answer any questions the Algerians might have regarding the State Department spokesman David Nail said Monday Christopher conferred over the weekend with President Carter at Camp about the response to Irans request for brought here last week by Algerian The contents of the message were not but it is known that the administration has tried to persuade authorities in Tehran that there arc major legal and technical complications to the The Washington Post quoted unidentified sources today as saying the message represents no change in the basic American position carried to Algeria by Christopher three weeks The latest the paper is merely a more detailed reiteration of a stance that has not changed in broad outline since an unsuccessful round of negotiations with Iran last The newspaper also quoted official sources as saying Christophers delegation is ready to caution Iran that American flexibility on the hostage issue may expire next month when President Carter leaves The delegation is ready to inform the Iranians through the It will be a whole new ball game after The Post quoted one official as State Department spokesman John Trattner dismissed on Monday any suggestion that the United States is engaged in humilitating negotiations with violators of international when you have a hostage situation you have to work to resolve he Thats what weve been Well worry later about whether there is humilitation in I dont think there Presidentelect Ronald said it would be pretty foolish if Iran waited until after his 20 inaugural to try to get better His comment was in response to a report from Tehran that an Iranian official had suggested such a Earlier a ranking White House official said the outcome of the hostage situation remains unpredictable and the domestic political situation in Iran is the crucial Bad news Grocery bills skyrocketed in November By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Grocery bills jumped by almost 2Vi percent last month six times faster than they did in an Associated Press marketbasket survey are warning that the worst is yet to as the full impact of the summer drought makes itself felt at the The AP survey covers 14 food and nonfood selected at Prices for the items were checked at one supermarket in each of 13 cities on March and have been rechecked on or about the start of each suc ceeding A 15th chocolate chip was dropped from the list after the manufacturer discontinued the package size used in the November brought higher prices up and down the Eggs increased at the checklist store in 12 cities milk went up in seven cities sugar and pork chops each rose in six Coffee which dropped in price at the checklist store in seven cities provided the only bright The AP found that the marketbasket bill went up at the checklist store in 10 cities during rising an average of The bill decreased at the checklist store in only one city where it dropped half a The total was unchanged in two On an overall the average cost of the items in the AP marketbasket was percent higher at the checklist stores at the start of December than it was a month During in the marketbasket bill in and decregsedjn for overall rise of only fourtenths of a Novembers retail price fluctuations generally reflected changes at the farm and the wholesale Milk for have been boosted by an 1 increase in the government price support level and by higher marketing Coffee roasters have reduced wholesale prices several times in recent Comparing prices today with those at the start of the the AP found that the marketbasket increased at the checklist store in every city rising an average of During the same period of the marketbasket total went up an average of 7 No attempt was made to weigh the AP survey results according to population density or in terms of what percent of a familys actual grocery outlay each item The AP did not try to compare actual prices from city to The only comparisons were made in terms of percentages of increase or The items on the AP checklist were chopped center cut pork frozen orange juice paper GradeA medium white creamy peanut laundry fabric tomato frankfurters and granulated The cities checked were Los New Salt Lake City and In the marketbasket bill for 13 available items jumped from to Chopped pork eggs and sugar went up coffee and tomato sauce went down paper towels were temporarily out of stock at the checklist Everything else stayed the Tragedy Court to mull fate of maleonly draft WASHINGTON AP next year the Court could change the course of military The court said Monday it decide whether any or draft must include At issue does a maleonly unlawfully discriminate men A threejudge federal court panel in Philadelphia last July but the final word to the nine justices of the nations highest They probably will hear in the case in and announce their in May or If the Supreme Court agrees with the Philadelphia would have to rewrite the Selective Service Act to include women as potential I would have been if the court had chosen to affirm summarily uphold the lower court ruling withput waiting to hear said Philadelphia lawyer Donald who will make his first appearance before the court to argue against the The task of defending male only military registration and induction will fall to the ad ministration of President elect Ronald Despite the lower courts some 4 million men were required to register for the draft last Millions more face registration next If the court eventually rules that the maleonly system is the govern ment might have to destroy all records of those There has been no military draft since No matter how the court Congress would have to pass a new law before callups could Much of the legal case will hinge on what standard of judicial scrutiny should be applied to differing treatment of men and women envisioned in the 1949 draft Under a 197G Supreme Court laws treating the sexes differently cannot survive if they do not serve important government objectives and are not substantially related to achieving such In other matters the court Prime rate jumps again NEW YORK AP Chase Manhattan Bank today raised its prime lending rate to the highest rate since as the surge in interest rates Chase raised its rate on loans to its best corporate customers from a level that was set last Until Wells Fargo Bank of San Francisco was charging the highest prime 18 Interest rates have been rising rapidly in recent with the prime rising from percent in less than a The rate on sixmonth Treasury bills rose Monday to up from percent a week As a banks and HftraldZritung tUSPS 8801 If yuu have not received your paper by 5 luesdjy through hiday w by call 6259144 ui 6591900 by 1 pin and 11 respectively PubNshteJ Sunday mummy and Ihursday and afternoon by New BiaunMs Herald Publishing 186 S Castell Tex 78130 Second class postage paid at New Jim BlUOks Claude Sciuyyb Ruriyv RobeM Johnson David King Sandra Jackson Elburn Dean John Johnson In Blanco and Kendall counties 3 6 one In Texas 6 one Out ol state 6 one Postmaster Send address changes to PQ Box New 78130 icneial Mdnayii Publisher Editoi News Eduoi Sports Editor Kaleidoscope uditur Business Adverlisiny Director Ciiculalion HEARING AID CENTER 1 Castell New Braunfels 1290511 Permanent hearing aid Bert oflice now in Mew Braunfels Audioprosthologist Hearing tests and service fach to itn Friday of to 5 CHECK CLEANING OF HEARING AID TEST ON ALL AIDS EAR MOLDS BRANDS OF HEAR ING AIDS AVAILABLE Appointments for bearing evaluation and service may be arranged ajoytune by calling Depressed man kills children later shot by police to decide in a Seattle case whether the government can withhold aid from schools that discriminate against female to decide in the case of an woman whether a federal employee who charges the government will illegal age discrimination is entitled to a trial by Let die a million libel lawsuit against NBC and Universal City Studios by exaides to the late Joseph McCarthy stemming from the 1977 TV film Tail Gunner DALLAS AP A very depressed Dallas man said he killed his wife and lured his four children to their deaths by promising them a surprise before police gunned him down as he described the grisly slayings to a television The identified as Thomas Ray Walker died at Monday at Presbyterian about an hour after he stepped from a phone booth Shoot me Shoot Me Shoot Me Police converged on a supermarket parking lot phone booth shortly after the mans call to KDFWTV news personnel was police spokesman Bob Shaw said late Monday Kenny executive producer at said a man called about and told a switchboard operator that he had a good Ive done something terribly Boles said the man told Then he described in graphic detail how he mur dered his wife and Basically he said he had mur dered his wife in the shower while his children were One by he brought the children telling them he had a surprise for Boles As to he simply said he was that he did not feel his family could live through his After was officers located his address and kicked in the front door of his southeast Dallas police Inside the bloodied home they discovered the body of Linda Jo sprawled in the and and dead on the Shaw Walker had been shot twice in the face while she was in the All were shot in the except for who was shot behind the right he At least three of the children were shot on the pretext Ive got a surprise for A preliminary investigation showed the shootings began around 9 the spokesman He got the boys out of school about and police theorize the woman was already Shaw Roger Duncan and Bill Parker went to the television station Monday evening after receiving a call from reporter Tom who talked to the man on several occasions through the Shaw Boles said the man seemed very depressed during his conversations with station The man said he wanted the world to know why he had done what he had the producer He also at one point threatened our lives ifwe crossed him and he threatened to kill police or anyone else who got inhis savings associations will be able to pay up to percent on sixmonth moneymarket beginning Other costs of funds to banks have also risen in recent and a number of bankers and analysts predicted that increases were Tell 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hit the man in the chest he Steyer was recording his conversation with the man when police Boles He the man said Shoot me Shoot me when police Boles The conversation ended when he was shot by police at After the parking lot Shaw said officers found a slip of paper indicating the man taken his children out of school on Officers ran license plate checks on cars parked in the lot and matched one registration to the name on the slip of Shaw They broke into the car and found a identification and photographs of the mans children on the front he I PEN WATCH The most practical business gift ever Model ST119 5 functions HMSMD quartz watch LCD display Chrome plated barrel Ballpoint pen Patented Gift Boxed with 3 Refills 9O Day Warranty Each Tax Handling Charge Mail Check or Money Order To One Star 1444 Narcissus New Texas 7813O Phone 512 6256134 ordered NAME ADDRESS CITY ZIP PHONE Allow 71O days for delivery
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