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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 2, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                6A Mwch Trooper ki Family of slain officer given Memorial Cross Texas AP The family of a Depart ment of Public Safety trooper who was killed in the line of duty by an allegedly drunken motorist has been presented the departments first Memorial Mure than 300 nearly half of them wearing law unforcement mourned the death of DPS trouper Ernesto Alanis at his funeral Aliinis hail been commended three times for his efforts to stop drunken driving in the lower Rio Ciramie was killed Sunday as he attempted to question another motorist suspected of being authorities Before the afternoon Alanis family was presented the Memorial an honor created by the department as a method of recognizing one of our officers killed in the line of said Stan Clark of His death was a tragic the Maurice Himo said during the brief funeral service at the Community Church of While investigating a he was killed by a inotoi 1st who himself was Hime Hrilie made the supreme sacrifice in the service of liis community and he He was a man whose job it was to keep our roads and our highways Law enforcement said often have to endure scorn and long hours for a thankless Alanis said is the result of living in a world full of Two DPS troopers stood formally on either side of Alanis open casket as mourners filed into the church and past the body of the young trooper dressed in his law enforcement Officers closed the casket shortly before the service and a Texas flag was draped over Mime eulogized the officer as law enforcement officers from across the Rio Grande Valley and as far away as Iaredo stood at attention both inside the church and Some coffin bearers cried as they carried the casket from the He was a special not only as a but as a human DPS Stan Clark said at gravesite services in We need to be ready when our time he The Texas flag was removed from the casket by officers who folded it formally then presented it to Alanis sobbing wife and DPS spokesman Larry Todd of Austin said Monday that Alanis had a career goal to get drunks off the And he was very good at It was very unusual for a trooper to have three commendations in a short time like Todd Officers said Alanis was struck about 1 Sunday after he had stopped a car heading north of Texas Highway 336 about three miles north of Alanis had walked up to interview the driver of the car when a vehicle heading south on the wrong side of the road struck the first car and the of ficers The driver of the first car passed an intoxication test and was later Todd Salvador Sarsen of was charged Monday with involuntary manslaughter in connection with the He was later released on said a spokeswoman at the Hidalgo County jail in Luna was given a test to determine intoxication levels shortly after the said He would not reveal results of the but said investigators charge that Luna was under the in fluence of an intoxicating beverage when his car struck Hidalgo County District Attorney Rene Guerra said Tuesday that authorities do not have to prove Luna was drunk to seek an involuntary man slaughter conviction because of the reckless nature of the Neither Peace Justice Apolonio Gutierrez nor spokesmen in the Hidalgo County jail knew whether Luna had hired an Involuntary manslaughter is a thirddegree felony punishable by a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison and a First offense DWI is a Class B House making changes in porkbarrel relief bill WASHINGTON AP sensitive to criticism that a billion recessionrelief bill contains porkbarrel are seeking changes that would add health care for the unem ployed and more money for mass Quick congressional action seems certain on the which includes money for public works repair of federal road im provements anil emergency relief for jobless per are scheduled Thursday in the and Majority Leader Howard Baker says the Senate will go to work on the appropriations bill early next Before James chairman of the Transportation and Public Works is expected to urge million above the SI00 million now in the legislation for mass Rather than have the money go to the districts of members of the appropriations Howard will seek to have it distributed more evenly aruund the Some Republicans are trying to kill all parts of the legislation which do not help areas of high unem They say congressional districts that dont suffer from high joblessness shouldnt qualify for public works projects included in the One likely addition to the bill come from David who wants about million in public service health care for recession victims whose health insurance has run speaking on condition they not be said Tuesday that House leaders will probably agree to add the health care Obeys proposal was rejected by leaders of the Democratcontrolled appropriations committee last There are also likely to be efforts from members of both parties to restore cuts in food stamps and aid for persons unable to meet mortgages on their Some Republicans have complained the jobs bill contains too many porkbarrel This is a piece of paper for everyone who has a pet said Silvio We are going to pour dollars down a rat hole like The House acted on another jobs bill approving 30187 legislation creating an American Conservation a New Deal revival designed to produce jobs for young people in federal Social security Committee to refer retirement age to full House WASHINGTON AP House tax writers have embraced a billion package to make Social Security solvent but they arc leaving it to the full House to settle a squabble over raising the retirement The House Ways and Means Committee was wrapping up work today on the rescue package which embodies the bipartisan recommendations of the National Commission on Social Security It goes to the House floor next The commmittee was deciding today whether to attach to the bill provisions to revamp Medicare and extend unemployment benefits for up to 16 The going over a measure drafted last week by its Social Security has virtually rubberstamped commission recommendations for higl er payroll a freeze on costofliving a levy on retirees benefits and man datory coverage for new federal workers and employees of non profit the commission left it to Congress to settle on a method to wipe out Social Securitys anticipated deficit over the next 75 years as well as devise a failsafe mechanism to carry the system through hard The Democratic majority on the subcommittee last week sidestepped the issue of whether to raise the retirement age to keep the system solvent into the next voting instead to gradually reduce retirees initial benefits 5 percent over eight years beginning in and raise the payroll tax percentage points beginning in While the full committee left that provision Dan the com mittee offered his personal guarantee to his colleagues that the House Rules Committee will allow the full House to vote on the retirement age We have 98 percent of our problem except that one said D chairman of the Social Security That I appropriately ought to be settled on the House Claude the 82yearold chairman of the Rules which setsthe procedures for legislative fiercely opposes a a change in the retirement age as being a benefit has repeatedly pressed for raising the retirement age from and said he would offer the amend ment on the House Priest asks for gun turnin SAN AP A Catholic priest is urging his parishioners to turn their guns over to him in the wake of two slaying according to a published The Joseph who says he will in turn give the weapons to is angered by Jast weeks the San flnytilu StandardTimes reported in a copyright story Speaking to 250 mourners at a funeral for Roy one of the shooting Uecker asked when such killings would Uecker said five of 29 funerals held at his church last year were for gunshot was shot in the heart at Glenmore Park Thur sday Earlier Jessie was shot and killed on a San Angelo street in an apparently 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