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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 4, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas 333 MITCH WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 election SWC scores Texas Tech 10 Arkansas fcice 6 SMU 20 TCU Houston 14 Baylor New Mexico 2 Cougars roll in District 134A games Page 8A Smithson Valley falls to Southside Cardinals Page 8A CAMPAIGN Local election page 4A New Braunfels Herald New Texas Sunday November 1984 50 cents 82 Pages6 Sections Campaigns near end Voter profile voting age population By age 25 to 44 years million By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Walter Mondale and President Reagan are ending the 1984 cam paign the same way it with Mondale accusing Reagan on Saturday of planning a rough tax increase and the president saying heatedly it just wasnt Both men were crisscrossing the Midwest Reagan pushing toward the possibility of an unprecedented 50 state sweep next Mon dale striving to win what would be the biggest presidential upset in All polls showed Reagan with big including a new Associated Press survey that indicated Mon dale was leading only in the District of Columbia in his home state of fought insisting the polls were wrong and victory was And he renewed his con 65 and older million o 5 18 to 24 years 45 to 64 years million million c g By race c Black White million million Other million By sex Female million Male million first voiced at last Augusts Democratic National that Reagan planned a tax increase that would harm lowand moderate income speak ing1 Saturday at a rally in Little declared that taxes would be raised in a second term over my dead Theres been some rumors floating around about suspected tax increases on our the president Dont you believe He apparently was referring to published reports that as part of its effort to reform the tax his ad ministration will propose eliminat ing the deductions many federal taxpayers now claim for state and local income tax payments and also will propose taxing unem ployment benefits and See Page 12A 0 J urstfest wonders Myron Wurstfest with his and a chomp of Floren rode up the Comal River Friday after noon with the Wurst Navy and gave a free per formance on the banks on the Comal Friday noted the opening of the plus the opening of the Heritage The annual festival expects a crowd of about this Wurstfest ends For more see page LJLHYl LLAHK MLHALL III I UNI i Inside Water Watch Comal Riyei down 3 Canyon lake 232 els tdovyn 34 Canyon Dam cfs same Edwards up Canyon Lake down 20 Todays Weather With increasing cloudiness expected last it should be windy and warm and sunny and warm Todays high ought to reach about following yesterdays high of Sunset today will be at 5 13 and sunrise Monday will be at Mondays sjinwiU set at 5 Papal Visit Pope John bui undeterred by heavy drove to the northern pity of Pa J taly fin the second day of his traorcUnary pUgrijojge to honor patron saints passion for BUSINESS CUASSJflEG 4410 COMICS 120 CRQSSWOBO fiJARABflY Goodbye Gandhi NEW India AP Indira immortal mother to In dias mournful was cremated Saturday in the perfumed flames of a sandalwood bid farewell by a nation now consumed in its own fires of In smoldering cities across the death toll passed in four days of antiSikh rioting that erupted after Prime Minister Gandhi was assassinated by her Sikh security according to police and Death toll reaches in India in wake of prime ministers death Indian news media Between 200 and 350 women and children mostly Sikhs were massacred in a single 30hour on slaught on a poor New Delhi news reports The new under Gan dhis came under heavy criticism for failing to control the In the sundown cremation ceremony beside holy river climax to a solemn threehour funeral procession through this the grieving Rajiv Gandhi first walked seven times around the logstacked bier where his mothers body then gently touched a blazing torch to her head and Hindu priests chanted and the yellow flames flickered gradually engulfing the red sariclad remains of the woman who had dominated political life here for two Some sorrowful Indians thronged the riverside and dozens of premiers and other foreign including Secretary of State George stood nearby in silent hands over their Earlier Shultz met with Rajiv assured him of Washingtons desire to improve Indian relations and invited him to visit the United The new prime ministers first challenge was to restore calm to his The HinduSikh violence was blamed for the relatively small size of the funeral day crowds smaller than those that attended the cremation along the same river banks of Gandhis Prime Minister Jawaharlal in and of the assassinated Indian in dependence leader Mohandas Gandhi in See Page 12A Weekend accidents injure four persons By DEBBIE OetOACH Staff writer Three persons were injured in a twocar accident Saturday night at Interstate 35 frontage road and Walnut Steve Earl and Pam both of San and Bill of were taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital by New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service per Wright suffered an inchlong white Both vehicles were damaged in the A Buick driven by had rearend damage and the front end of the Datsun driven by was damagedThe cars were traveling westbound on the frontage according to police officer Mike On Friday a high speed chase on Engel Road resulted in a wrecked Department of Public Safety patrol a hospitalized DPS and the arrests of two flf ptas eo rente to tbe A imgM spokesman Slwz Wright were treated but Trooper Scott Haag said the began wfcen he and his m 3m a W7 Porsfhe at 90 traveling north m interstate 35 sixorWy befor 111 also Potman was WBHW IF on Wiiniyt iiJyrdsy
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