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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 12, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas Sox Cent 6 f Friday taylor Communications 25 Cents December Herald 75235 20 Pages DSPS 377880J Mew Braunf eW NATO warns Russia about Polish action Belgium AP The VjNATO foreign ministers warned the Soviet Union today if it intervened in Poland the Western alliance would react in a manner which the illegality of this development would They said such an intervention would mean the end of EastWest A communique issued by the foreign ministers at the end of their annual winter meeting underscored the great concern felt by the allies at the menace which hangs over It said in part Poland should be free to decide its own The allies respect the principle of nonintervention and strongly urge others to do Any intervention would fundamentally alter the entire international The allies will be compelled to react in a manner which the illegality of this development would Therefore the council will keep the situation in close and continuous At the same time genuine Soviet efforts to restore the confidence necessary will meet with a ready response from the The communique set the Polish crisis against the background of the yearold Soviet intervention in Afghanistan and what was described as Moscows continuing military The the allies have used force in breach of the principles of the charter and international Detente has brought appreciable benefits to EastWest their declaration went But it has been seriously damaged by Soviet It could not survive if the Soviet Union were again to violate the basic rights of any its territorial integrity and Foreign ministers of the North Atlantic Alliance agreed that Soviet intervention could take varying ranging from a military strike to a regime of repression by a puppet government in The ministers also agreed that dif ferent forms of intervention would require different So they ordered their permanent NATO representatives in Brussels to continue preparing for every conceivable set of And they agreed on arrangements speedy response to any Soviet Secretary of State Edmund Muskie said he and his colleagues at their first daylong meeting Thursday expressed very unanimous expressions of points of view on the Polish He told reporters any sort of Soviet intervention would be the gravest sort of one that would call for the most serious kinds of But he refused to specify any likely and said Given the possible I doubt that the ingenuity of man could construct an automatic The who traditionally take a maverick stance within the also emphasized the unanimity of the 40cent increase in gasoline prices forecast because of IranIraq war WASHINGTON AP Gasoline prices could climb 40 to 45 cents a gallon by next summer due to the Iran Iraq a new congressional analysis Such could occur even if conflict ends byspring arid the two Persian Gulf nations begin rebuilding their oil said the analysis by the Congressional Research Service of the Library of Congress Tighter supplies will be a major cause of the price not only in higher prices for crude oil but also in refiners taking advantage of the tight market to recoup profits lost during this years gasoline said the study released In the study refiners are unlikely to dump tiieir recprd in vehtoVies ontHe historical and one that helps hold down prices because the war has convinced the industry that stockpiles are valuable assets and should be Gasoline prices might rise by 40 to 45 cents per gallon between now and Inside Christian symbolism Staff photo by John Senter The sun Thursday casts a shadow from an old sign against the wall of Mission Valley Plant on Porter The full shadow occurs only in late morning as the sun begins to move toward the The automobile parked in front of the building seems to fit right in with the TV mid1981 if all the components of this increase are the study Before their Iran and Iraq were exporting a total of 4 million barrels of oil a But those sales have vir tuaily stdppied V While the report estimated that actual impact on global oil markets of the war is somewhat less to million barrels a day never theless higher world oil prices will likely result in the aftermath of the even if it ends within the next few The world oil price was about per barrel before the IranIraq war and had been expected to climb per barrel next But the report said rather than this modest in a notably sharper one should be anticipated in a market where countries previously dependent on Iran and Iraq scramble to make up supplies on the spot nflation target of first Cabinet appointees WASHINGTON AP Ronald Reagans first eight Cabinet choices all male and Republican are speaking up quickly in favor of the presidentelects plans to reduce cut the federal budget and strengthen national Still to come after presentation of the first group Thursday Reagans decision on a secretary of an important foreign policy post that retired Alexander Haig seems increasingly likely to Reagans top Edwin Meese told reporters today that a good many of the remaining seven Cabinet level appointments will be week none before Monday and all will be announced by the time Congress returns We certainly hope to have the full Cabinet named by he adding that Senate Republican leaders want to begin confirmation hearings even before Reagan takes office Meese gave no hints as to which appointees might be named next week and would not even say whether they would be presented in Washington or in Los who will return to California on will not be present for the the aide The presidentelect also did not attend a news conference Thursday at which the first nominees were an The first eight selections included New York financier Donald Regan as treasury Reagan con fidant Caspar Weinberger as defense secretary and his personal William French as attorney There were no surprises as Reagans aides also introduced David Stockman of Michigan as budget Reagan campaign manager William Casey as CIA retiring Richard R as secretary of health and human Connecticut industrialist Malcolm Baldrige as commerce secretary and deputy Republican Party chairman Drew Lewis as transportation chairman of Merrill Lynch the nations largest brokerage joined Baldrige in labeling in flation the nations 1 Both tax cuts and budget cuts are needed to fight inflation and stimulate said whose ap pointment gives the Cabinet roster an economic spokesman the Reagan team hopes will be respected in both Congress and in financial who will inherit the job of molding the federal budget into the shape Reagan noted that during the campaign Reagan promised at least a 2 percent and I think theres no indication that we will back off from who won the nickname III Cap the Knife for his budgetcutting work in former President Richard Nixons was asked about his plans now for national He refused to be specific but I support a strong American military force wherever it is in our best interest to do Reagan still must name seven more Cabinetlevel and various sources say he will move quickly to nominate Haig as secretary of state perhaps by this Three more charges filed against Sanchez Additional charges were filed yesterday afternoon against Delfin of Canyon who was charged Wednesday after allegedly burning down his Three charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon were filed in Justice of the Peace Harold Kruegers A bond was set on each Sanchez remains in the Comal County Jail in lieu of bond on an arson charge after allegedly bur ning down his home Tuesday night in Horseshoe Sheriffs Detective Ed Murphy said Sanchez allegedly kept his motherinlaw and fatherinlaw in the house before it burned tbresLtentag them at The incident began as a family distur he Murphy said he and another in vestigator arrived at the scene at approximately and used loudspeakers to call Sanchez out of the Sanchez refused to leave the Murphy adding that the house burst into flames minutes Murphy said Sanchez apparently spread onehalf of the house with gasoline and hid in a bedroom in the back of the other half of the house while the house When the smoke became too Sanchez left the house through the back where he was arrested by sheriffs Murphy The Canyon Lake Fire Department had been notified before the fire and had been at the scene OB Murphy Conviction set aside But welfare recipient learns thriftiness doesnt pay AP Nancy Ann Ermert was once convicted of welfare fraud because she was too thrifty with the money she Now the states high court has ruled that was no But she learned a discouraging lesson about welfare checks spend every The 28yearold mother of three was convicted in 1977 of felony welfare fraud because she saved while on public assistance and used it as a down payment on a new Her conviction was reversed unanimously Thursday by the state Supreme Despite the Erraert said she feels beaten down by the entire The state made such a big issue out of what I learned was to just be sure and spend every cent that I she said Now shes training for a supervisory position in a Lynnwood supermarket and her welfare payments have been reduced to a daycare sup She hopes soon to be off welfare com Ermert and her children began drawing public assistance in receiving about a month and paying in monthly In she entered beauticians school and began receiving an additional under an in centive At the same the family moved into subsidized housing where their rent dropped to a So with nearly a month Ermert found that saving every two months was no She set up a trust account for her son to make it difficult to withdraw funds and encourage her savings And by there was just under in the The state Department of Social and Health Services brought suit against Ermert for exceeding the resource limit after receiving an anonymous tip that she used the savings along with borrowed money to buy a At the welfare recipients could not exceed the state limit of in savings or a maximum net worth of Ermert said the state harassed the H out of me and checked nine different banks to make sure she had no Ermert insisted she had done nothing I always kept them far as my employment and any money I The state high court found there was no evidence Ermert was aware that state rules she would be ineligible for assistance
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