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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas N January CBS tells group not to use film on gay community AP The CBS Television Network has ordered an antigay group not to use a documentary in a campaign against a measure which would protect homosexuals from discrimination in Houstons municipal Ann director of communications for the said opponents of a citywide referendum might have edited the documentary to suit their and bur material cannot be used in that She said the Campaign for a group opposed to the two proposals facing Houston voters apparently has made unauthorized copies of the show called Gay Gay The documentary concerned San Franciscos gay Steven director of the said it shows how the entire moral and social fabric of San Francisco has been destroyed by the gay population Morfogen said no legal steps would be taken if the film were kept out of the A cassette of the previously aired documentary was to have been shown Tuesday night at a rally of antigay It was They do not want that movie shown ever again in Hotze told about Hotze said the request had been made by CBS But he contended that Houston Mayor Kathy who is favoring passage of the put the pressure on CBS to bring the anvil down on CBS officials denied the The two issues being put before voters do not specifically refer to gay or homosexual but merely ask to bar sexual preference as a consideration in the firing and promotion of city City council narrowly approved he measures last but more than signatures were gathered on petitions challenging the ordinance and council decided to put it to the Supporters contend the issues would fight job It is absolutely erroneous to say the ordinances would give homosexuals special Councilman Anthony Hall Inflation In Mexico rises by almost 60 percent MEXICO CITY AP Inflation hit in more than points below the previous the government The official figure was near what was but labor organizations and some private economists say it is well below the real price in creases workers have In a column headlined percent on Whose Inflation Index the English language newspaper The News said Wednesday some labor organizations have estimated that the inflation rate in lower income workers households was close to 80 percent for the Increases in prices of beverages and tobacco of percent in December helped boost the index for December the Bank of which serves as the nations federal said in an announcement late Health and personal care items were Up percent education and entertainment per cent clothing and 3 percent transortaton percent housing percent furniture and household appliances percent and other ser percent during the the bank The highest increases were in the cities of Aguascalientes and in central and southern and the lowest in in the westcentral Basic contributors to the December increase were up 66 percent and corn 55 along with soft meat taxis and Last week an 18 percent increase in electricity rates and boosts of up to percent in gasoline and 50 percent in water services were On Tuesday the official retail price of beef was raised about 24 cents to per although the official price not widely enforced and con sumers usually have to pay from to a President Miguel de la Madrid warned in a televised New Year message Sunday that the principal problem to overcome continues to be the economy of its social Inflation and the rate of price increases con tinue to run de la Madrid Hiis government has been gradually cutting govern ment subsidies to about 300 foods and other basic goods and services as part of its austerity program to revive the economy from its worst crisis in 50 The minimum wage was raised 30 percent on to about a Arrest warrant issued for David Crosby DALLAS AP An arrest warrant for rock singer David Crosby has been ordered by a judge who said Crosby had failed to enter a drug rehabilitation program as or who gained fame with the group Stills Nash in the early was sentenced to five years in prison for possessing cocaine and carrying a loaded pistol in the backstage dressing room of a Lawmaker doubts Legislature will close colleges this year north Dallas nightclub where he was performing in State District Judge Pat McDowell allowed a California to go free on bond while the case went through but made it conditional on Crosbys being entered into a drug treatment Crosbys conviction was over turned last month by a state appeals court in Dallas that ruled police illegally entered and searched the dressing District Attorney Henry Wade of Dallas then appealed that McDowell said Wednesday that the ruling that overturned the conviction does not nullify his because of Wades Until final the judge Crosby must enroll in a drug rehabilitation I talked to his attorney on Mon and his information was that he wasnt in one and wasnt going to get in said who revoked the appeal bond and issued a warrant for Crosbys Gerald one of Crosbys confirmed Wednesday night that Crosby had not entered a drug treatment We had thought he might enter a place but it appears as though he Banks AUSTIN AP The chairman of the House Higher Education Com mittee says she doubts that the 1985 Legislature will close any state although some lawmakers are talking about it as a money saving I dont think this Legislature will close any said Wilhelmina I hope our response to the fiscal crisis wont come to House Speaker Gib DFort earlier said some lawmakers were discussing closing two state universities and consolidating two others to help the state through its financial State Comptroller Bob Bullock has estimated that state revenue for 1986 87 will fall about billion short of the amount needed to fund government services at the 1985 The schools mentioned for possible closing were Sul Ross State University at Alpine in sparsely populated West and the University of Texas of the Permian Basin in Lewis said it also was being suggested that North Texas State University and Texas Womans both at could be Is 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