Wednesday, March 23, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 23, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas World HvraldZtltuitf March 11A Recession relief Congressional panel hung upon jobs bill WASHINGTON AP A billion recession relief bill stalled just short of final congressional hung up in a complex dispute over how to distribute money to hardpressed regions of the Congressional leaders said late Tuesday they expected to win passage providing not only money for shelter and public works but also an additional billion in loan and grant money needed urgently to continue unemployment benefits in more than two dozen President Reagan has indicated through aides he would sign the Both houses approved the overall shape of the bill easily on Tuesday the House on a vote of 32986 and the Senate on an 8215 roll To alleviate the longest recession since World War the measure provides about million in food and shelter for the needy and more than million in additional funds for a variety of social There is also billion in grants to local govern of which million may go to pay for public service That was a provision advocated by womens who complained that most of the public works construction jobs financed by the bill would go to Most of the rest of the money would go for government building projects covering everything from highways and airports to flood repair of Veterans Administration hospitals and Forest Service and Park Service Differences between the House and Senate over how much money to spend and what programs to spend it on were resolved easily earlier in the But efforts to speed the measure to the White House faltered Tuesday night when the Senate balked at accepting a change the House suggested for distributing the Because of the the measure bounced from the House to the Senate and back to the House Even Mark said shortly before midnight he thought a compromise had been worked out that the House would ratify later In he After a conversation with Stockman I am confident the bill will be signed by the Under the new roughly billion of the total billion would be distributed to areas of the country that suffer from highest a provision Hatfield said would assist separate The balance would be spread evenly throughout the In addition to the disagreement over how to distribute the John Heinz and Arlen both Pennsylvania sought to reinstate billion in revenue sharing that the Senate approved earlier but was dropped from the Their efforts when Hatfield warned that adding the money would risk a presidential In Senate Republican Leader Howard Baker This is not the time and this is not the place to add over a billion The Senate Foreign Relations Committee is considering releasing arms control personnel memos bearing on the Kenneth Adelman nomination despite protests by the committees chairman that the panel would be breaking its Both the Charles and Paul who is the chief foe of Adelmans nomination to head the Arms Control and Disarmament predict that the memorandums will be made Percy said the matter would be put to a vote after further discussion The documents include a socalled hit list of arms control negotiators who should be replaced and a memorandum which Larry said was written by Adelman on 17 outlining a plan for a review of the staffing of the arms control The hit list was given to Adelman by Edward chief negotiator at the strategic arms reduction talks in at a meeting in late Rowny says it was prepared by his staff and does not represent his point of Kidney problems plague Clark SALT LAKE CITY AP Artificial heart recipient Barney his condition battled a 102degree fever while very concerned doctors ordered more tests to pinpoint a puzzling ailment that was shutting down his Clarks wife Una who was described as kept a vigil at her husbands bedside today as the retired Seattlearea dentist entered his 112th day of life on an artificial His death is not University of Utah Medical Center spokesman John Dwan said late If the problems they have the potential of being very Doctors planned to downgrade Clarks condition from fair to serious because of the fever and kidney trouble if the negative trend Dwan also would be moved from his hospital room to a surgical intensive care To say they are very concerned at this point would be an Dwan His kidneys are shutting They have not shut down but they are not doing very A decision on whether to move Clark was expected today at a morning meeting to be attended by specialists in infectious attending physician Lyle and William who performed the historic implant Clark was on the verge of death from heart failure when he was picked to receive the Jarvik7 heart by a University of Utah Medical Center He was suffering from a degenerative and incurable disease of the heart The sevenhour operation to implant the polyurethane pump was But Clark required surgery three times more to replace a broken valve in his new fix tiny air leaks in his lungs and stop persistent He suffered seizures leading to a prolonged period of depression and he had been recovering from aspiration Clark developed fever and his kidneys started weakening said Clark was not in pain but was less responsive than he has Dwan Hes coherent sometimes other fimes hes not respon He was being given only limited doses of for fear the drugs would complicate his kidney Joyce tried to place Clarks latest setback in Weve been in tight spots before and weve got him out of Its a tight Dwan quoted the doctor as Dwan said he spoke with Clark at about 7 Tuesday as she prepared to spend the night in her husbands private Its as you might he Shes one of the strongest people Ive ever Her mood swings with Clarks When his condition is in the her mood Reagan to make pitch for defense buildup NOW OPEN ON SATURDAY EVENINGS DANCE 7 NO COVER CHARGE WASHINGTON AP President stepping up his sales cam paign for a big Pentagon is ready to reveal secret aerial photographs of Sovietsupplied weapons and installations in trouble spots around the The president will address the nation tonight in a nationally broadcast speech from the Oval Of fice at An administration speaking said Reagan would display nowsecret photos that document the existence of Soviet supplied arms and installations in Central America and perhaps in the Middle As he is empowered to declassify secret Intelligence specialists have long been opposed to disclosure of reconnaissance photos from spy planes and arguing it would show adversaries how good or how bad capabilities An administration official said the pictures probably would be those taken by highaltitude in stead of by supersecret space THE BRING THE KIDS FUN FOR THE WHOLE A RESTAURANT BIERGARTEN AUTHENTIC GERMAN FOOD AND ATMOSPHERE HOME OF THE f SANDWICH AND 13 FEATURING THE BEST OF DOMESTIC ft IMPORTED 6250815 212 AUSTIN NEW TEXAS NATO ministers urge arms talks Portugal AP Western alliance defense ministers today conclude a twoday strategy session with a renewed vow to deploy nuclear missiles in Europe this year and a message to President Reagan to make new arms reduction Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger and 12 counterparts in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization are expected to declare their solidarity with a nuclear deployment schedule that is denounced by of millions of Europeans who do not like atomic The ministers are expected to issue a declaration warning of a massive Soviet buildup of medium range nuclear which includes an estimated 351 SS20 rockets with three warheads each and a range of They also were expected to reaffirm a decision to counter the SS20s by beginning to deploy 572 Per shing 2 and cruise missiles before But the emphasis the opening day of the defense ministers conference in this southern Portuguese was A senior official told reporters the European members of the alliance unanimously favored urging the Americans to come up with new proposals to break a stalemate in disarmament talks in between the United States and the Soviet No progress in the talks has been reported since last when Reagan offered the zero option a promise to scrap plans for the NATO deployment if the Soviets dismantle their SS20 The Soviets rejected the plan and offered a proposal that would leave the Soviets with 162 missiles and no new missiles in Portable Buildings from Manufacturer delivery to use to your order sizes moved FINANCING AVAILABLE 22 YMrs Exptorcnce In Quality Portable Instersection 78 at 46 Texas Seguin3793634 WE CAN BUILD ON YOUR SITE Covers Home Canopies 8001500 Must meet ciiy building Unemployed woman wins job lottery CLEVELAND AP An unemployed mother of four thought she had only a one in a million chance of getting a city but became the first winner in a lottery for temporary jobs that was entered by more than Mary who has been without steady work for two was chosen in a drawing Tuesday night for a job cleaning up vacant lots and city The jobs last 12 beginning in and pay an My daughter was telling What if they draw your name I Theyre not going to get my Gwin said after the two days before her 27th I in a I might be one in a and then I was the first who is unmarried and has four children ages 13 months through 11 said she has held secretarial but no steady for about two They say it is only part but its better than she About people applied Monday and Tuesday for the city officials The drawing began at 6 Tuesday and continued until 250 names were The other 750 winners will be drawn Winners will be notified by mail and will be screened to make sure they hold no other said Jack Bigham of the city Human Ser vices Bigham said the summer job which started in Cleveland last pretty much takes the politics out of the scramble for temporary city Only unemployed city residents 18 or older were Officials originally printed but had to print more when the first edition ran out by noon Public where application were was opened at Tuesday because a crowd gathered in subfreezing tem peratures waiting for the 8 GRANZINS MEAT MARKET HOURS 86 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