New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 7, 1984

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 07, 1984

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 7, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas 410    M053    I0/22/8Shi CR Of 'LEX I NL-. HITCH WOMBLE_ p. 0* B0X 454 3 6 ^ DALLAS, tx 7524j Comal Sheriff Comm. Pct. 3 Const. Pct. 2 Const. Pct. 3 Const. Pct. 4 Fellers 9,364 Camarillo 1,632 Vetter 908 English 2,523 Ivy 581 races Bremer 8,061 Herbrich 1,205 Scheel 1,127 Jonas 327 Tamez 1,020 CAMfKIGN Hill, Wallace hang on Page 6A Amendments 6, 8 lose Page 6A Guadalupe County results — Page 3A New Braunfels Herald New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday November 7, 1984 25 Cents 36 Pages 3 Sections Reagan in a landslide Mondale takes one state; Demos keep House By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President Reagan, celebrating a 49-state landslide over Walter F. Mondale, said early today he means to extend his conservative mandate “into the next decade and the next century," but his was a split-ticket victory. Despite the sweep, many Republicans were left on the sidelines as Democrats kept control of the House and trimmed the GOP majority in the Senate “What we’ve done only prepares us for what we're going to do," Reagan told exuberant supporters in I ais Angeles as they chanted, "Four more years, four more years." But Democratic House- Speaker Thomas P O’Neill Jr was quick to claim, “I don’t think there was am mandate out there whatsoever " In Minnesota, Mondale said today he i^ proud of the race he ran for the presidency, saying of his over whelming defeat, “that is the decision of the American people and we accept it. " At a post-mortem news conference less than 12 hours after conceding defeat. Mondale said he fell victim to a president who is “very popular personally.’’ while he himself failed to persuade young and independent voters that “I had the vision >f the revenues. Mondale said he has no plans to seek public office in the future but would return to the practice of idw He and his wife, .loan, will leave soon on a vat ation in the Virgin Islands From th.- time the first vote totals began rolling in Tuesday night, it was clear that Mondale’s dream of a presidential upset was not to bt Precinct-by-precinct results, Pages 13,16A future that I had." The 56-year-old Mondale defended his choice of Geraldine Ferraro as his running mate and said, “I told the truth" when he said that a tax increase will be necessary to reduce deficits He predutad that one of the biggest meals of ■ row this administration will eat — and there w ill be several is this one concerning Reagan was a big winner in state after state, and finally Mondale appeared before supporters in St. Paul. Mum to say he had called the president to congratulate him. "He has won," said Mondale "We are all Americans:    he is our president, and we honor him tonight." His Democratic running mate, Geraldine Ferraro, who madePresidential numbers history in a losing cause, consoled her bailers, telling them, American women will never he second-class citizens again." Vice President George Bush, celebrating "this wonderful hour of victory" in Houston, called on Americans to "come together as one people, united and indivisible." In a $22 million Senate race. Republican New Right leader Jesse Helms of North Carolina fought back a tough challenge from Democratic ■ iov. James Hunt to win a third term The contest in which Helms spent $14 million and Hunt $8 million broke all spending records for a Senate race. Republican Sen. Charles H. Percy chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, vs as defeated by Democratic Rep. Paul Simon, which put Helms in line to head the prestigious committee if he chooses to give up his chairmanship of the Senate Agriculture Committee, a post his state’s tobacco farmers view Reagan- Bush Nation: 52.8 million, 59 J-Electoral 525 Comal: 13,452 Guadalupe: 14,382Mondale-Ferraro Nation 36.5 million, 41 % Electoral: 13 Comal: 4,1 79 Guadalupe 5 60 as more important. I he closest statewide race in the nation was for governor of Vermont where Demo* rat Madeleine Kurin held a narrow lead over ; nubile an John Easton Re, i Mi ern e Iwing, D-Md , who used his (hairrnanship of a House Appt ipnations subcommittee to vvag». p nverful action against See RE, \<» \ V Page ISA Inside Gramm terms win 'triumph of philosophy DALLAS (API Conservative Republican Phil Gramm says his trampling of Democrat Lloyd Doggett by a 3-to-2 margin is a "triumph of philosophy" that gives him "an overwhelming mandate” as he moves to the U.S Senate. The former economics professor and three-term congressman who in 1981 co-sponsored President Reagan’s economic plan while still a Democrat said he would return to Washington "more determined than ever" to work for a balanced federal budget. ‘Tm going to cut waste everywhere it needs to be cut," Gramm said Tuesday night after Doggett’s concession. A calin Doggett told his supporters that a wave of Republican votes led by President Reagan had grounded his campaign. "We can swim upstream but it’s a little hard taking on a tidal wave," the liberal 38-year-old veteran state senator said The race to replace retiring U S. Sen. John Tower, R-Texas, was one of the most bitter, and most expensive, iii the state’s history. But the two candidates tried to make peace after early returns made it apparant Gramm, 42, would win easily. "To my opponent and those who voted for him, I am going to be their senator,” Granton said. "(It is) time to put the long, hard bitter campaign behind us. " Local totals Comal Doggett 5,146 Gramm 12,478 Guadalupe Doggett 6,191 Gramm 12,961 Doggett repeated his belief that the election was a "fight for the heart and soul of Texas," saying he had "lost a battle, but would not surrender the war." With 94 percent of the state’s precincts reporting, unofficial returns showed Grimm with 2,828,089 votes, or 58.5 percent, to Doggett’s 2,001,840, or 41.4 percent. Doggett and Grauun had spent an estimated $12 million tins year on the race for the seat first held by Sam Houston and later by Lyndon Johnson. Gramm outspent his Democratic opponent about 2-to-l. "This is not a victory of an individual. This is not a victory of a party. It’s a triumph of philosophy,” Grauun told about 500 supporters in College Station, where he taught at Texas A&M University. "To those who have worked in my See GRAMM, Page ISA Fellers defeats Bremer Split-ticket votes aid incumbent By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Loeffler, Kuempel win easily By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Incumbents U.S. Rep. Tom l,oeffler and State Rep. Edward Kuempel easily defeated their Democratic opponents, Joe Sullivan and George Bigiey, in Tuesday’s election. l>oeffler said today he was anxious to return to Washington on Jan 3 and "be effective" as the third-ranking Congressman on the House floor "I will go back as chief depots whip of the Republican party, and tile voices of Comal Counts will bt heard,” liOeffler said. "I’m grateful that four times the people of District 21 have given me a vers large mandate to take forward." House Republicans, including loftier, had hoped to gam back the majority they lost in the 1982 general election, but that d.dn’t happen Tuesday "We didn’t pick up the 51 net seat gain sse needed to become the majority, but we ss ill gam 15-20 seats See HOI SE, Page 16 \ drop to about OO, Yesterday’s high was .'ti aud this morning’s loss vs as 55. The sun will set today at 5 40 p iii and rise tomorrow at 8.49 CLASSIFIED 7 I IB COMICS 5B CROSSWORD 4B DEAR ABBV 3B DEATHS 2A ENTERTAINMENT 15A FOOD 1 4B HOROSCOPE 4B OPINIONS 6B SPORTS 10 12A.1 2C STOCKS 3A TV LISTINGS    5B Incumbent Sheriff Walter Fellers won over Republican Jack Bremer by a margin of 1,300 votes, the tightest race rn his 32 years as sheriff. The final total Ul the sheriff’s race ss as    Fellers. 9,364    to Bremer’s 8.061. Fellers won by taking not only Democratic strongholds like Precinct 7 that supported Mon-dale-Ferraro bs a 2-1 margin, but also by keeping Bremer from winning big in the Republican precincts.    For instance,    rn election precinct 14 where the Reagan-Bush ticket received 205 votes to the Mondale-Ferraro total of 38. Bremer took the precinct ssith a one-vote lead of 118-115. Fellers    acknowledged    his bipartisan    support when    his victory became apparent at ll pm. Tuesday: I wish to thank all the voters who made this possible, both Republicans and Democrats. I know a lot of Republicans had to cross over the party line to vote for me, and I couldn't have done it without their help too " Fellers also said he had never had to campaign this hard, or had an opponent this strong. He intends to quit after this term. Bremer visited Fellers at the Democratic Headquarters around 11:30 p.m. and gave his congratulations to the winner, loiter Bremer said, "I thank all ULIN Si I I AMK MIHAI D /HI UNH Sheriff Fellers accepts congratulations from County Clerk Rosie Bosenbury the voters who supported me, and all the campaign workers who have worked so hard since February. I am disappointed of course, but ‘you pays your money and you takes your chances,’ as the saying goes. I liave no immediate plans,” County winners: Camarillo, Scheel, English, TamezWater Watch Comal Rivet    Thy    cts    t wn J Canyon Lake inflow    166 Cts ok *»n I 7 Canyon Dam outflow 300 cts mown JOO) Edwards Aquifer    622 49 (up 021 Canyon Lake level 900 32 (down 11Today s Weather Partly cloudy skies will prevail through tomorrow with warm breezes from the south at 15 to 20 mph. The high today should reach about 80 and tonight’s low should With over 18,000 votes cast in Comal County, Republicans ended up winning a number of local races, but the voters chose their first Mexican-American county commissioner, a Democrat. I^orenzo (Yankee) Camarillo won over Republican Al Herbrich with 1,632 votes to 1.205 in the race for county commissioner of Precinct 3, leading in four out of five of the election precinct boxes. The groundwork for the Camarillo victors came when commissioner precincts were redrawn three years ago. leaving one precinct i Pct. 3i w ith a majority of Mexican .American voters. He first ran as a Republican in 1982, lost, and then ran in the Democratic primary last May and defeated incumbent commissioner Charles (Tart) M lurid. "I feel great. I had a lot of help. I had a real good campaign committee that worked hard getting the vote out. I had decided from the beginning to take the expenses pretty much on by myself. I didn t turn down ans contributions, but I didn’t go out looking for them either So I went about $1,000 in debt for the election, but I can take care of that much,” Camarillo said. In other races around the county, Republican Danny Scheel beat the Precinct 2 incumbent constable. Democrat Kermit Vetter, bs '220 votes. Scheel received 1,127 votes while Vetter netted 908. "I’m elated," Scheel exclaimed, making his victors speech at Gate 3 of the Wurstfest, as he helped with security at the annual celebration. "I appreciate this vote of confidence. I have a lot of people to thank. I expected See COUNTY. Page ISA Camarillo English Scheel Tamez ;

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