New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 4, 1984

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 04, 1984

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 4, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas 4 IO MOP0 MICROPLEX inc. MITCH WOMBLE p*0. BOX 45436 DALLASi TX 75 10/22/S' >4?election SWC scores Texas 13, Tech 10 SMU 28, ABM 20 Baylor 38, New Mexico 2 Arkansas 28, Rice 6 TCU 21, Houston 14 Unicorns, Cougars roll in District 13-4A games Sports, Page 8A Smithson Valley falls to Southside Cardinals Sports, Page 8A New Braunfels Herald New Braunfels, Texas Vol. 94-No. 214 Sunday November 4, 1984 50 cents 82 Pages 6 Sections Campaigns near end Voter profile U.S. voting age population By age 25 to 44 years 65 anc older 72 17 million    28 19 million By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Walter Mondale and President Reagan are ending the 1984 campaign the same way it began, with Mondale accusing _ Reagan    on Saturday    of planning a “tough. rough tax" increase and the president saying heatedly it just wasn't so. Both men were crisscrossing the Midwest Reagan pushing toward the possibility of an unprecedented 50-state sweep next Tuesday, Mondale striving to win what would be the biggest presidential upset in memory. All polls showed Reagan with big leads, including a new Associated Press survey that indicated Mondale was leading only in the District of Columbia and. barely, in his home state of Minnesota Still, Mondale. fought on, insisting the polls were wrong and victory was possible And he renewed his con- .•* 18 to 24 years 45 to 64 years 28 99 rn.inon 44 58 million By race c Black I ^ 17 10 million I O Omer 7 41 minion 4.5°o By sex Female 91 03 million Male 82 90 million tention, first voiced at last August’s Democratic National Convention, that Reagan planned a tax increase that would harm low- and moderate-tncome Americans. __Reagan,    speak ing Saturday at a rally in Little Rock, Ark., declared that taxes would be raised in a second term “over my dead body. “There’s been some rumors floating around about suspected tax increases on our side," the president said. “Don’t you believe it." He apparently was referring to published reports that as part of its effort to reform the tax system. his    ad ministration will propose eliminating the deductions many federal taxpayers now claim for state and local income-tax payments and also will propose _ taxing    unemployment benefits and w orkers’compensation. See POLITICAL. Page 12A White 138 29 million Wurstfest wonders Myron Floren opens Wurstfest with his accordian, left and a chomp of sausage, above. 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 River Friday noted the opening of the festival plus the opening of the Heritage Exhibit. The annual festival expects a crowd of about 150,000 this year. Wurstfest ends Nov 11 For more photos, see page 1B Inside Cunvii Hive Canyon Uke ti'*1 Canyon Orfm oui f dw JKH Aquila1 Canyon I .ike levWater Watch I SS i is (down 3) 232 cts ttinwii 341 bOO cts (same) 622 SO (up 071 900 82 (down 20! Goodbye Gandhi Death toll reaches 1,000 in India in wake of prime minister s deathToday s Weather With increasing cloudiness expected last night, it should be windy and warm today, and sunny and warm tomorrow. Today 's high ought to reach about 82. following yesterday’s high of 69 Sunset today will be at 5.12 p m and sunrise Monday will be at 6:47 a in. Monday’s sun will set at 5.42 p m.Papal Visit Pope John Paul ll, delayed but undeterred by heavy fog, drove to the northern city of Pavia, Italy on the second day of his “extraordinary pilgrimage” to honor his patron saint’s passion for education.See Page 5A NKW DKLHI, India (AP) - Indira Gandhi, “immortal mother" to India's mournful masses, was cremated Saturday in the perfumed flames of a sandalwood pyre, bid farewell by a nation now consumed in its own fires of retribution. In smoldering cities across India, the death toll passed 1,000 in four days of anti-Sikh rioting that erupted after Prune Minister Gandhi was assassinated by her Sikh security guards, according to police and Indian news media reports Between 200 and 350 men, women and children mostly Sikhs were massacred in a single 20-hour onslaught on a poor New Delhi neighborhood, new s reports said The new government, under Mrs Gandhi’s son, Rajiv, came under heavy criticism for failing to control the carnage. In the sundown cremation ceremony beside holy river Yamuna, climax to a solemn three-hour funeral procession through this capital, the grieving Rajiv Gandhi first walked seven tunes around the log-stacked bier where his mother’s body lay. then gently touched a blazing torch to her head and feet Hindu priests chanted mantras, and the yellow flames flickered higher, gradually engulfing the red sari-clad remains of the woman who had dominated political life here for two decades. Some 400,000 sorrowful Indians thronged the riverside site. and dozens of presidents, premiers and other foreign dignitaries, including Secretary of State George P. Shult/ stood nearby in silent tribute, hands over their hearts Earlier Saturday, Shultz met with Rajiv Gandhi, assured him of Washington’s desire to improve I1 S Indian relations and invited him lo visit the United States The new prime minister’s first challenge w as to restore calm to his nation The Hindu-Sikh violence was blamed for the relatively small size of the funeral day crowds; smaller than those that attended the cremation along the same riverbank- of Mrs Gandhi’s father. Prune Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, in 1%4. and i>f tile assassinated Indian in-dept ndence leader Mohandas K Gandhi iii 1948 See GANDHI, Page I2A BUSINESS 5C CLASSIFIED 4 HD COMICS _ 12D CROSSWORD __SC DEAR ABBY__ _2B DEATHS 3A ENTERTAINMENT _ 13D HOROSCOPE 12P KALEIDOSCOPE _1-8B OPINIONS 4C SPORTS_ 8-11A WEATHER 2A Weekend accidents injure four persons By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Three persons were injured in a two-car accident Saturday night at Interstate 35 frontage road and Walnut Avenue. Steve Earl Putman, 25, and Pain Sturm, 36, both of San Antonio, and Bill Wright, 60, of Welfare, were taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital by New Braunfels Emergency Medical Service personnel around 8 p.m. Wright suffered an inch-long laceration on his forehead, while Putman and Sturm both complained of neck pains en route to the hospital. A hospital spokesman said Sturm and Wright were treated and released, but as of presstime Saturday night, Putman’s status was “pending further examination.” The spokesman also said Putman was stabilized. Both vehicles were damaged in the accident. A Buick Skylark, driven by Putman, had rear-end damage and the front end of the Datsun Centura, driven by Wright, wa.s damaged. The cars were traveling westbound on the frontage road, according to police officer Mike Rust. On Friday night, a high speed chase on Engel Road resulted in a wrecked Department of Public Safety patrol car, a hospitalized DPS trooper, and the arrests of two 16-year-olds from Austin. Trooper Scott Haag said the chase began when he and his ruling partner, Joe Fedor, clocked a 1977 Porsche at 90 mph traveling north on Interstate 35 shortly before ll p.m. "We got up to 110-115 mph on 1-35, then they took the Fngel Road exit See wrecks, Page L2A Onlookers peer into an ambulance at the accident site on Walnut Avenue Saturday USUI KHI! WAI DI Mf HAI D it HUNG ;

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