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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                exas HftraldZtltung December 3 White budget aide says AUSTIN AP Mark White office budget for 198687 is being cut just as much he has asked other state agencies to a White aide Another example of Republicans using mirrors and Ann Whites press said after State GOP Chairman George Strake claimed White wanted hefty increases for his office and mansion the next two The record shows that Whites attitude is to cut everyone elses budget but not his Strake told a Capitol news conference He said White has requested percent more for the mansion and percent more for his Arnold said the mansion budget does not call for any increase over present operations and the governors new plane actually is saving taxpayers The budget request for all the governors office actually is a decrease of 5 or she Both Strake and Arnold quoted different figures in discussing the budget White has submitted to the 1985 Strake said Whites request for the mansion included two stewards and three cooks compared to the one steward and one cook in Republican Bill Clements There is no increase in the mansion budget or the staff from what was there during the past two Arnold There were six people in the Mansion when the Clements were there and there are eight Much of the time the Clements were there the mansion was under construction and they did not even live She said a transfer of from the governors office on budget and planning to the mansion account was a normal procedure within the funds appropriated to the governors Arnold said White has en tertained people in the man sion since he became All costs for food and in cluding that for White and his are paid from the gover nors officeholders she Strake said White planned to spend 55 percent more for his jet plane than he spent in plus taking another million in state funds to pay off the twinengine Mitsubishi seven passenger which is now under a 10year leasepurchase Whites budget request said the state could save in interest payments by paying off the using for a large part of the payment from interest earned on federal grants to the state that has accumulated in the governors Arnold said the accumulated interest on federal funds ad ministered by the state dates back to the Happy hour ban said lacking support AUSTIN AP Lawmakers who pushed a stiff DWI law through the 1983 Legislature say banning happy hours is not among their top priorities for Happy hour is indeed a Hereford Bill Sarpalius said but he listed a higher drinking age and prohibiting drinking while driving as more pressing Sarpalius wants the drinking age raised from 19 to Several states have considered happy hour bans under the theory that cheap drinks taverns serve to draw customers immediately after working hours add to the number of drunken Terral RAustin and House sponsor of the 1983 driving while intoxicated said it would be tough to write an effective law against happy Theyll get you in there in some Santa cheers injured girl DALLAS AP Santas came out of the woodwork after a Dallas newspaper reported about how a visit from a friendly Santa Glaus had ended the blues of a 7 yearold girl depressed over a facial Telephones at The Dallas Morning News rang often Monday after the paper told the story of Shea who was depressed because kids called her Scar Friends of an attorney who was killed in an accident set up a special others with a lot of money offered to pay for facial reconstruction and plastic surgeons offered their the News reported It all stemmed from a News article which told how a Santa Claus who had been working at a party was out of went to a convenience store and was asked by Jerry Tobias to cheer up his who needed 3Q0 stitches to close a gash from her eye to chin suffered in an October Santa Jerry Tobias How much would charge me to come by my apartment live about five from here and say fo hp to my little girl and tell her itoi other My gut reaction is I cant contemplate a bill that would really do any Smith and Sarpalius spoke at a Monday news conference called to promote Holidays the Texas Commission on Alcoholisms campaign to warn Texans about the hazards of holiday Ross the commissions executive said a happy hour ban would but it would be dif ficult to prove its Nobody could stand up and swear what impact happy hour has on the he adding that a ban would reduce the but we dont have the statistics to back it Department of Public Safety Director James Adams said the problem with a happy hour ban is that it gets into the price of the product you are Suicide not chaplain tells youth ARLINGTON AP Police chaplain Harold prompted by the apparent suicides of two high school is raising money to finance a halfhour docudrama Suicide Is Not Elliott is used to being the first on the scene of the citys other crimes from grisly murders to Put the deaths of two teenagers got to I see what happens the minute a report comes in that we have a and I stay with it sometimes until years after the he But this really got to It was something about there having been two of them at Elliott It was such a total What Elliott found were the bodies of high school students Chris Qower and Neil They died of single gunshot to the but authorities never determined where the deaths were suicides or Elliott was determined to do something about iUnd trying to raise by February so production oo the film cm Price of peace HOUSTON AP Calling freedom and human rights the most precious possessions of former President Jimmy Carter called on Americans to join the fight against worldwide in a speech Monday night to commemorate the 36th an niversary of the United Nations Declaration on Human said the fight for human rights is one of the most exciting challenges human beings could ever With an absence of advocacy from our private individuals and organizations have a special Carter Words from a president or secretary of state could be used as Carter in the battle to bring sharing and love to the rest of the The obligation of a political regime to its people is not Carter calls for to support human rights Jimmy Carter necessarily the purview of its military Carter told an audience of 250 people at the Rothko Chapel at Thomas Since when the 25th an niversary of the accord was Rothko chapel has marked 10 with special programs and Americans do not realize how oppression is part of the daily lives of people elsewhere in the Carter Nobody ever knocked and the White House door and said Ive come for Carter referring to his Were the most powerful nation on But you use that strength In a selfish way God knows I hope In a sharing way I hope When he was Carter reports of human rights violations reached him that were deeply sometimes If the United States voice is the silence resounds throughout the Carter Silence is what the op pressors want to hear from The challenges are always greater than the possible achievements for those who desire to champion human the former president We perhaps stay he After our rights are not being Its not easy for a small nation to be a champion of human rights because its voice is not Bishop Desmond who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize told Carter in a telegram read aloud in Rothko Chapel that he admired the former president for his work in alleviating human Your example in the field is indeed worthy of the Rothko Chapels recognition this Tutu said in the telegram from Briefly PUC gives up fight to stop lignite plant AUSTIN AP The Public Utility Commission staff has dropped its challenge of Houston Lighting Power plans to build a lignite plant at Malakoff in East announced last week its lignite supplier has agreed to cut the cost of the fuel to be used at the plant scheduled for completion in The revised contract should save customers million a ac cording to company We have achieved our primary which was to reduce costs to the PUC Executive Director Jay Stewart said Monday in announcing the staff CIA trained Houstonian for Iran rescue mission HOUSTON AP A 38yearold Houston salesman who hiked across rugged mountains to rescue his brotherinlaw and five others from Iran says he did so because it had become a matter of Rick who says he trained with a CIA agent for weeks spent months trying to do it the legal way before making the dramatic November We just kept running out of op tions and this became a matter of Seymour The salesman says his brotherin who is and the others were all targeted for execution by the Ayatollah Khomeinis Six months ago Seymour said his who is learned that her brother had been ordered executed for his political He had fled to an area in western Iran under the control of Kurdish The salesman then contacted both the State Department and Turkish diplomats to ask for I had the hassle of my life with the State Department in Seymour told The Houston Everything ground to a halt when they learned he was And it was one Catch22 after another with the Carbon monoxide leak kills Waco infants WACO AP After three years of struggling to get their high school diplomas and keep their young family a teenage couples dream was destroyed when their two infant children died from carbon monoxide fumes from a leaking gas The bodies of Renaldo and Robert were carried out of the familys residence in north Waco on a single stretcher Monday A justice of the peace declared them dead at the Robert a bus driver for the Waco school and Darla a senior at Jefferson Moore High were in satisfactory condition at Providence Hospital Monday officials Jones and Graves moved into the house about a week his Rosalind told the Waco They had been living together for more than three and had been staying with at his parents she She was trying real hard to graduate high Robert had graduated last lant Weather USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer General Manager Claude Elnora Manager Robert Mike Grist Advertising Manager Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbe Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal In Tews 3 months 11892 6 one year Mill outside 6 one ywr Postmaster Send addresi to New DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Jason Third Seele School Texas Texas forecasts Texans across much of South Texas awoke today to a dense fog that prompted a travelers advisory because of poor The fog a temporary departure from partly cloudy skies and unseasonably mild temperatures in Texas was caused by moist air from the Guli of creeping back behind a warm the National Weather Service The front cut the state into halves as it stretched from Midland to Skies were mainly clear north of the front and also ovei the extreme southern tip of the Winds were light and generally southerly over all but the where winds reached 10 to 15 Overnight temperatures were in the 50s and 60s to the south of the warm while readings were mostly in the 40s to the The temperatures at 4 ranged from 43 at El Paso to 63 at NORTH Widely scattered showers extreme northwest and extreme southeast Lows 51 northwest to 64 Wed nesday cloudy with scattered thunderstorms Highs 66 to 72 SCJTH TEXAS Mostly cloudy tonight and Wednesday with a slight chance of ram or showers north Not as cool Highs Wednesday 70s north to low 80s Lows tonight mostly in the WEST TEXAS Widely scattered showers developing tonight and becoming more numerous A little cooler most sections Lows tonight near 40 north to upper 40s southeast and extreme south except mid 30s Highs Wednesday mid 60s Panhandle and far west to mid 60s southeast to upper 70s Big Bend I M The Nation Rain and snow spieail across the West today while early morning tKj shrouded broad sections of Ilit nation amid un seasonably waini lemperatuies Light uin loll over parts of the with snow at highei was scattered from California across the southern half of the Plateau to the southern Parts of the northern Rockies also had the National Weather Service A travelers advisory was posted for the southern Siena Nevadas because ol icy roads and tor the mountains and passes ol Montana and paits of Wyonntig ot snow conibinecf wild wind gusting to 35 mph Up to 4 inches ot snow was piedirted for the central mountains of Arizona today A heavy snow with acrunuiLitions of up to a foot was in effect for the southern Colorado mountaina A winier siunn watch was posted for the northern and central Colorado mountains Fog rolled ovei the nation from the uppet Mississippi Valley across lift1 CjirMi the Ohio ami much ot the Northeast and south tit the Caiolinas rain was scatteied from the uppet Ohio Valley to southern New England Cold an began pushing across northern Montana early with temperatures dropping to the Elsewhere around the ternpetdtuies remained unseasonably Temperatures around the nation at 2 a m EST ranged tiom 14 degrees at to 66 at Corpus Tenas Extended forecasts North Texas A chance of showers No significant precipitation ex pected Friday or Highs mainly in the 50s Thursday and warming into the low to mid 60s on Saturday Lows mostly in the 30s South Texas Cloudy and colder Thursday and Friday with a chance of rain or diule mainly Clearing from the west and a little warmer Daytime highs upper 60s northwest to the upper 60s south Thursday and Friday and from the mid 60s northwest to the low 70s extreme south Overnight lows upper 30s to mid north and upper 40s to low 60s West Texas Cloudy and cool light rain possible most sections changing to snow over Panhandle Fair with a warming trend Friday and 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