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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas IA New 6faunfels Her tidZeitung Januaf y California attorney to audit MADD AP attorney generals office is auditing the finances of Mothers Against Drunk Driving to see if it is spending most of its money on things like salaries and fund raising Instead of Were going to conduct a desk audit to determine if there are ny excessive administration ex such as high said Yeoryios a deputy attorney general in San The audit was prompted by a Better Business Bureau report that said the nonprofit groups national headquarters in Hurst spent 70 percent of its million budget on administration and The BBB concluded that MADD did not spend a reasonable percentage of total income on programs and activities related to their said Jeannette of the Dallas In they are spending too Farm labor witnesses testify AUSTN AP Theres no reason for Texas farmworkers not to be covered by the Texas Unemployment Compensation says a prominent labor leader and former state of i Joe secretarytreasurer of the Texas AFLCIO and former Texas Employment Commission testified Thursday in a lawsuit challenging state law that bars most farmworkers from unemployment The trial continued There is no reason at all for workers not to be by the said It was just a question of who lobbied ibest when the law was The suit contends the Texas Unemployment Compensation Act is unconstitutional because it against most agriculture workers by not allowing them to draw unemployment benefits when without Its not rational at Gunn A farmer can have a yardman who is covered by the act and can draw unemployment compensation but just across the fence he has a bunch of farmworkers who are not Gunn maintained that unem ployment which amount to about half a workers regular give stability to the area and dignity to the Rebecca director of the United Farm Workers in testified that mostly frequently choose to take illegal low pay rather than no She said union surveys showed that citrus workers in the Rio Grande Valley make about an hour and vegetable workers an Everybody in South Texas knows they should get an hour and everybody knows they dont get an she Its not en On cross Harrington told Assistant Attorney General Bob Barbisch that the UFW aim was to have workers draw pay when they work and draw unem ployment compensation when they dont Officers after beating of inmate HUNTSVILLE AP One prison officer was fired and another demoted for allegedly beating a Texas Department of Corrections inmate last a prison spokesman Markus was fired and Lloyd was suspended 30 days without put on one year probation and demoted to the lowest rank for a prison TDC spokesman Phil Guthrie said Guthrie said the two officers handcuffed Danington Unit inmate Tommy serving 60 years for a Harris County burglary con after he reportedly punched Hackney last The lieutenants took the inmate to an where Hackney hit Boone twice with his once with a flashlight and ticked him Guthrie Seal pulled Boones hair and threatened the Juthrie said Seal reported the beating after an official that failed to mention the incident was i Fop guards who witnessed the beating and did not report it were Guthrie Gutnrie aaid Boone tran i sferroj to TDC Retrieve much on management and fund MADD officials say their own accbtifltiftg methods produced far different results from the findings 6f the They say their group spent 75 percent of its income on programs and only 25 percent on administration and The national council of Better Business Bureaus said in Sep tember that MADDs accounting procedures did not meet BBB Knpfcecited a MADD directmail campaign as an example of the varying Its simply a difference of said Candy who is paid at least a year as MADDs Its nothing its nothing Its nothing we feel is extremely Its something were Working with the BBB Reagan eager to initiate Star Wars research WASHINGTON AP With important arms control talks just days the Reagan administration says it must proceed with Star Wars antimissile research so that Americans wont someday be forced to choose between surrender and Administration officials defended the Star Wars initiative Thursday as Secretary of State George Shultz made final preparations for talks next week with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko in One senior briefing said the antimissile program is not a bargaining chip in any arms talks with the The statement came as the offering a new defense of the controversial contended that the Soviet Union is also engaged in research and development of an anti missile system that could give Moscowi an ominous Shultz was to receive final instructions tqday from President and leave for Geneva Saturday The purpose of the talks hext Monday and Tuesday is to establish a framework for comprehensive arms control j The Soviet Union has signaled that dne of its key objectives will be to pressure the Reagan ad ministration to curb the Star Wars which is aimed at developing the capability to destroy Soviet missiles before they The administration said the Soviets are at w ork on radar systems that are of particular con Officials said the radar especially one under construction at Krasnoyarsk in central might be in violation of the 1972 Anii Ballistic Missile Treaty and will be discussed with the Soviets in An administration report on the and Soviet defense programs said Moscow may be far enough along in its research to have the capability of deploying a nationwide antimissile defense systom in the next 10 Were they to do as they deterrence would and we would have no choices between surrender and said the which was distributed to reporters at the White It described the administrations own fiveyear research known officially as the Strategic Defense as a prudent response to the Soviet Reagan said in an introduction to the Our only purpose is to search for ways to reduce the danger of nuclear JANUARY TERRIFIC YEAR END SAVINGS THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE 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