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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 7, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas 410 rnuo WOMBLE BOX 45436 TX 75245 Comal Fellers Bremer 3 Camarillo Herbrleh Pet 2 Vetter 908 Scheel Pet3 English Jonas i Const Pel 4 Ivy 581 1 Tamez fc Wallace hang on Page 6A Amendments lose PageGA Guadalupe County results Page3A New Braunfels Herald New Texas Wednesday November 25 Cents 36 Sections Reagan in a landsl Mondale takes one state Demos keep House ide Presidential numbers By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS President celebrating a 49state landslide over Walter said early today he means to extend his conservative mandate into the next decade and the next but his was a splitticket Despite the many Republicans were left on the sidelines as Democrats kept control of the House and trimmed the GOP majority in the What weve done only prepares us for what were going to Reagan told exuberant supporters in Los Angeles as they Four more four more But Democratic House Speaker Thomas ONeill was quick to I dont think there was any mandate out there In Mondale said today he is proud of the race he ran for the saying of his over whelming that is the decision of the American people and we accept At a postmortem news conference less than 12 hours after conceding Mondale said he fell victim to a president who is very popular while he himself failed to persuade young and independent voters that I had the vision of the Mondale said he has no plans to seek public office in the future but would return to the practice of He and his will leave soon on a vacation in the Virgin From the time the first vote totals began rolling in Tuesday it was clear that Mondales dream of a presidential upset was not to Precinctbyprecinct Pages future that I The 56yearold Mondale defended his choice of Geraldine Ferraro as his running mate and I told the truth when he said that a tax in crease will be necessary to reduce He predicted that one of the biggest meals of crow this ad ministration will eat and there will be several is this one concerning Reagan was a big winner in state after and finally Mondale appeared before supporters in to say he had called the president to congratulate He has said We are all Americans he is our and we honor him His Democratic running Geraldine who made history in a losing consoled her telling American women will never be secondclass citizens Vice President George celebrating this wonderful hour of victory in called on Americans to come together as one united and In a million Senate Republican New Right leader Jesse Helms of North Carolina fought back a tough challenge from Democratic James Hunt to win a third The contest in which Helms spent million and Hunt million broke all spending records for a Senate Republican Charles chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations was defeated by Democratic Paul which put Helms in line to head the prestigious committee if he chooses to give up his chairmanship of the Senate Agriculture a post his states tobacco farmers view Reagan Bush Nation 59 525 Comal Guadalupe Mondale Ferraro Nation 41 Electoral 13 Comal Guadalupe as more Clarence who The closest statewide race in the used Ms chairmanship of a House nation was for governor of Vermont Appropriations subcommittee to where Democrat Madeleine Kunin wage a powerful action against held a narrow lead over Republican John See Page 16A Fellers defeats Bremer Splitticket votes aid incumbent By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Incumbent Sheriff Walter Fellers won over Republican Jack Bremer by a margin of the tightest race in his 32 years as The final total in the sheriffs race was to Bremers Fellers won by taking not only Democratic strongholds like Precinct 7 that supported Mon daleFerraro by a 21 but also by keeping Bremer from winning big in the Republican For in election precinct 14 where the ReaganBush ticket received 205 votes to the MondaleFerraro total of Bremer took the precinct with a onevote lead of Fellers acknowledged his bipartisan support when his victory became apparent at 11 Tuesday I wish to thank all the voters who made this both Republicans and I know a lot of Republicans had to cross over the party line to vote for and I couldnt have done it without their help Fellers also said he had never had to campaign this or had this He in tends to quit after this Bremer visited Fellers at the Democratic Headquarters around and gave his congratulations to the Later Bremer I thank all HERALD ffcl I UNU Sheriff Fellers accepts congratulations from County Clerk Rosie Bosenbury the voters who supported and all the campaign workers who have worked so hard since I am disappointed of but you pays your money and you takes your as the saying I have no im mediate County winners With over votes cast in Comal Republicans ended up winning a number of local but the voters chose their first MexicanAmerican county a Lorenzo Yankee Camarillo won over Republican Al Herbrich with votes to in the race for county commissioner of Precinct leading in four out of five of the election precinct The groundwork for the Camarillo victory came when commissioner precincts were redrawn three years leaving one precinct 3 with a majority of Mexican American He first ran as a Republican in and then ran in the Democratic primary last May and defeated incumbent commissioner Charles Tart I feel I had a lot of I had a real good campaign committee that worked hard getting the vote I had decided from the beginning to take the ex penses pretty much on by I didnt turn down any but I didnt go out looking for them So I went about in debt for the but I can take care of that Camarillo In other races around the Republican Danny Scheel beat the Precinct 2 incumbent Democrat Kermit by 220 Scheel received votes while Vetter netted Im Scheel making his victory speech at Gate 3 of the as he helped with security at the annual I appreciate this vote of I have a lot of people to I expected See Page 16A English Tamez Kuempel win easily By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Incumbents Tom Loeffler and State Edward Kuempel easily defeated their Democratic Joe Sullivan and George in Tuesdays Loeffler said today he was anxious to return to Washington on 3 and be effective as the thirdranking Congressman on the House I will go back as chief deputy whip of the Republican and the voices of Comal County will be Loeffler Im grateful that four times the people of District 21 have given me a very large mandate to take House including had hoped to gain back the majority they lost in the 1982 general but that didnt happen We didnt pick up the 51 net seat gain we needed to become the but we will gain 1520 seats See Page 16A Gramm terms win triumph of philosophy PALLAS AP Conservative that a wave Of ReDUblican votes lerl With M nernent nf the statf Inside PALLAS AP Conservative Republican Phil Gramm says his trampling of pemocrat Lloyd Poggett by a margin is a triumph of philosophy that gives him an overwhelming mandate as be moves to the y The former economics professor am threeterm congressman who in 1911 cosponsored President Reagans ecoflomic plan whUe still a Pewocrat said be would return to Washington more determined than ever to work for a balaAced federal Jm going to cut waste everywhere il to bi Orajnn uid Tuiiday nigM after supporters that a wave of Republican votes led by President Reagan had grounded his We can swim upstream hut its a little hard taking on a tidal the liberal veteran state senator The race to replace retiring John was one of the most aad most ex w toe sites Bjut the two candidates tried to make peace after early returns made it apparent woujid win To my oppoRent wd those who voted far J axe gojjjg to be their Graami is Local totals Poggett Qramm Poggett Qramm Comal Guadalype repeated that the election was a fight heart and sou of sjyiog he had but ofli With 94 percent of the states precincts unofficial returns showed Gramm with or to Poggetts or 414 Poggett and Gramm hud spent an estimated 113 million this year on the race for the seat first held by Sam Houston and later by Lyndon Gramm outspent his Pemocratic opponent about is a victory of an to dividualThis is not a victory of a its a triumph of philosophyi Gramm told about Hi supporters in College where bf taught al To thoss who have worked in my Water Watch Comal down 31 Canyon Uke inflow 156 cte 17 Canyon Dam outflow 300 cfs tfikawfl 300 Edwards up Canyon Lake leveJ Todays Weather Partly skies will prevail through tomorrow with warm breeds frwi thf soiAb at 15 U 20 abeyi 10 aM toioighls tow should drop to about Yesterdays high was 76 aad this mornings low was The sun will set today at and rise tomorrow at 6 CLASSIFIED 711B COMICS CROSSWORD 5B 48 DEAR ABBY 38 DEATHS 2A ENTERTAJNMINT 1IA FOOD HOROSCOPE OPINIONS SPORTS KH2A1 26
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