New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 18, 1983, Page 6

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May 18, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 18, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 6A New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Wednesday May 18 1983 Rizzo beaten in Philadelphia PHILADELPHIA (AP) W Wilson Goude, a sharecropper’s son nominated by Democrats as their first black candidate for mayor, pledged today "to build a city for everyone” after turning back ex-Mayor F rank I. Kizzo's bid for a political comeback Goode will face Republican John Egan in November’s general election in a city where Democrats outnumber Republicans by a 5-ti>-l margin "No concessions,” said a disappointed Rizzo, who insisted on getting a good night's sleep while awaiting the final figures today Goode had been favored to defeat the tough-talking former policeman, who served two terms as mayor from 1972 to 1900 but was barred by law from seeking a third consecutive term Returns from 98 percent of the city's 1,794 precincts put Goode ahead by more than 42,000 votes 312,219, or 53.2 percent, against 270,115, or 46 percent, for Rizzo Four other candidate" in Tuesday's Democratic mayoral primary shared 20.OOO other votes Egan captured the GGP mayoral nomination with 58.920 votes, compared to former US Rep C harles Dougherty’s 25.413 votes and former city controller I hon las (Iola s 21.581 "We are here to celebrate a great victory. not for ourselves but for every neighbor hood in the city,” Goode told his jubilant supporters early today "We are going to build a city for everyone, those who are black, those who are white, those who are Asian We want to bring economic growth here, we want safe streets, and we want most of all for this city to move forward ” The 44-year-old Goode, former chairman of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission and for three years managing director of America's fourth-largest city in the cabinet of retiring Mayor William Green, refused to regard his triumph as a victory carved out of black neighborhoods "This campaign has been won by all people working together," Goode told cheering supporters Although Goode would Im* the first black mayor in the three centuries since Philadelphia's founding by William Penn, the primary campaign contained few of the racial overtones that marked Harold Washington’s recent successful bid for mayor of Chicago If Goode is elected, it would put black mayors at the helm in four of the nation's six largest cities Chicago, Dis Angeles, Philadelphia and Detroit Syria still balking on troop agreement WASHINGTON r AP I With special envoy Philip Habib opening new talks on withdrawing foreign forces from lebanon. President Reagan say s lie is confident Syria will overcome its reservations and join Israel in agreeing to a troop pullback Rut the Syrian government said today it would refuse to meet with Habib because we have nothing to discuss w itll hun Meanwhile, Reagan is giving strong signals th.it the Isruell-lebant-se troop withdrawal agreement will lead It* the long-delayed delivery of F Iii fighter planes to Israel Habit) is resuming his Middle East mission to lebanon today after Reagan told a news conference Tuesday night he is optimistic about a Syrian withdrawal because of pressure from other Arab nations "I can't believe that the Syrians want to find themselves alone, separated from all of their Arab allies.' Reagan said Except f«*i. Syria, Libya and South Yemen, Arab countries generally have supported 11m* Israeli I.ebancseaccord Reagan also re* .tiled that Syria has promised repeatedly to leave lebanon once Israel agreed to do so Nonetheless, Syria lias vowed to do everything it can to foil the agreement on grounds that it enables Israel to maintain "military domination" over I arba non Within hours of Reagan's news conference, the Syrian government issued a statement through its official news agency saying it would refuse to meet with Habib because we have nothing to discuss with him, and especially because he is one of the most hostile American officials to the Arabs and their causes Syria's unhappiness with the agreement was underscored Tuesday when it blockad'd all road traffic from lebanon to the rest of tile Arab world Syria took the action just hours after lebanon and Israel formally signed the agreement In another development, informed sources said the United States offered Israel written assurances Tuesday that Hie troop wittdrawal agreement was final and could not be renegotiated regardless of Syria's objections Israel had sought such a guarantee to ensure that no additional concessions would tx* sought as part of the effort to secure the withdrawal of Syria and Palestine Liberation Organization fighters On the F -16 issue, Reagan said the State iH'partment soon will begin consultations with Uh* Congress on releasing tfx* jet fighters to Israel The administration had held up delivery because of Israel's occupation of lebanon but lbs attitude now appears to tx- changing because of the tr«*op w ithdrawal agreement ABC wins ratings war despite beauty pageant NEW YORK (AP More jieople saw tlx- Miss USA beauty pageant on CRS than any other program broadcast in Ute week ending May 15, but ARC won tile network ratings race with five of tlx* ll most*watched programs, figures from the AC Nielsen Co sixiwed AHC was first in tile prime time competition for tlx? ninth lime iii the 33 weeks since the 1982-83 TV year began in September CRS, No I rn prime time in tlx* first run reason that ended in April, now has been dominant in the ratings only twice in the last five weeks ARC’s average rating for the latest week .surveyed was 15, compared tit 14 7 for CRS and 14 5 for NHC Hie networks say that means iii .iii average minute of prune time, 15 percent of the TV-equipped homes in tlx- nation were tuned to AIK' CHS flail three shows among the first ll, and the rating for Miss USA’ was 24 4 Nielsen says that means of all tlx* country s homes w itll television, 24 4 percent saw at least part of tlx* show The season's top-rated series, 60 Minutes" on CRS, finished in 12th place AIR and NRC each had two shows among the week s five lowest-rated ARC’* New (kid Couple” was No 62. followed by At Ease on ARC, "Wizards and Warriors on CRS and "Teachers Only ” on ' Monitor" on NHC Here are tlx* week s 21 hig!x*st-rated programs 1 “Miss USA Beauty Pageant," CBS. with a rating of 24 4 representing 20 3 million homes 2 "Hart lo Hart," AHC, 20 2 or 16 8 million 3 "Country Music Awards,” NIR'. 19 2 or 16 million 4 A Team," NHC. 18 8 or 15 7 million 5 "Magnum, P I ( RS, 18 7 or la 6 million 6 Movie-"I Want to lave," ABC, 18 4 or 15 3 million 6 itiei Movie-"Urban Cowboy,” NHC 8 "Three's Company," AHC, 18 I or 15 I million 8 (tie) Alice."CRS IO Fall Guy," ABC, 18 or la million IO (bel "love Boat," ABC 12    60    Minutes,” CRS. 17 7 or 14 7 million 13 Hill Street Blues," NRC, 17 3 or 14 4 million 14 That s Incredible," ARC, 17 I or 14 2 million 15 The Jefferson*," CRS, 17 or 14 I million 16    9    to    5,"    AHC,    16    7    or    13    9 million IT love, Sex and Marriage." ARC, 16 6or 13 8 million 18 "Trapper John, M I),"CRS, 16 5 or 13 7 million 19 ‘ F antasy Island,” ARC, 16 or 13 3 million 19 i tie i' Quincy." NHC 19 i tie C Knight Ruler." NHC Brauntex I & ll Will Be Closed for Remodeling Tonight Only •    3    ~    —    ‘•tm BENCO BEANS PINTOS Miracle Whip SALAD DRESSING MIRACLE WHIP 32 OZ JAR Limit 1 w/S10 OO purchase or more please BAMA SMOOTH CRUNCHY OR PEANUT BUTTER 18 OZ. JAR Bams Grape Jelly tar 78c IN STICKS GOLD NOTE MARGARINE BRAWNY Ti PAPER TOWELS BIG ROLL Reynolds Plastic Food Wr ip roll 83c NEW BREED CHEWY CHUNK DOG FOOD 4 LB BAG ¥99 8 LB. $089 18 LB BAG BAG Wuest’s Has Big Week-Long Specials THAT S RIGHT! YOU CAN SHOP OUR SPECIALS SEVEN BIG DAYS — THURSDAY THRU WEDNESDAY. TO YOU A SUPERMARKET MEANS CONVENIENCE & AT WUEST S ONE BIG CONVENIENCE DELICIOUS DELICATESSEN New Braunfels Herald Zeitung J. Wednesday, May 18 1983 7A Deli Sliced to Order IS WEEK LONG SPECIALS — thursday, may 19 through wed. may 25, 1983 U.S.D.A. 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