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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Political campaign contributors dont get gpeclal consideration in appointments to state boards and Mark White At his weekly news conference White was asked about legislators criticism of his appointments procedure and also about campaign White replied when asked what part con tributions play In his Kent this week complained White first led him to believe a candidate Capterton favored for the Texas AfcM Board of Regents would be then passed him But White said he never misled Caperton Wi by a in which Caperton tow White to find someone else to push his favored At that White was asked whether political con tributions had any impact on his Then reporter Carole Kneeland of Dallas television station WFAA Friday defends recent state appointments 4fl February 3A asked What about the accusation that you sell seats on White Who said that Whos ever said that Some reporters in my shop in Kneeland Well theyre damn White Theyre absolutely I dont know what con tributions any of those people gave About the same the Senate voted 280 to confirm three White nominees as University of Texas system The three were Austin lawyer Shannon who has been treasurer of Whites 1982 gubernatorial campaign committee Houston oil company executive Jack Blanton and oilman Roden of On whose Senate district included Texas charged that White and his staff misled the lawmaker into believing Capertons former law Don Mauro of would be one of those the governor named an When Mauro wasnt Caperton Not only did this governor choose to ignore my but I had no input or consultation with regard to the two ap pointees who ultimately were Criticism also came from Chet D and Gonzalo Its an indication that this is not one problem in volving one We have made some painful decisions to help and friendship should be a twowav Edwards We need more proper action from the governor Barrientos White told his news conference he never indicated to Caperton that I would appoint he wanted The governor said he has sought to be very careful to Senate rejects bill to allow convicts to serve on juries make topquality The governors Linda Gale during a visit to Bryan on denied published reports that Mauro was passed over because of her friendship with John who with his worked on Whites campaign for attorney She said she had nothing personally to do with the appointments to the A4M board of regents and didnt know Whites reasons for naming Mobley White said she thinks Mobley will be a fantastic but she said allegations that she influenced the decision couldnt be further from the She said the friendship between her family and the Mobley family goes back to There were only so many spots its too bad there werent White One friendship with Mobley extended longer than First things first there are only so many AUSTIN CAP A Senate split 5050 has rejected a proposal that would allow a person convicted of minor theft such as writing a hot check to serve on a Why do we need a bill to put thieves on a jury asked John a former prosecutor who led opposition to the Bill sponsor Bill Sarpalius said the measure was requested by a judge who declared a mistrial after a person with a misdemeanor theft conviction was found to be serving on the said there is a con flict in the Penal Code and Texas Code of Criminal Procedure over jury service by persons convicted of minor and several judges supported his JT v Texas Legislature The vote to debate the measure was and Bill Hobby added a no vote to make it Sarpalius needed 25 Sarpalius bill would amend the Code of Criminal Procedure so that a juror could not be automatically disqualified if the juror has been convicted of a Class C misdemeanor which carries a maximum punishment of a Class C misdemeanor theft does not just in volve hot checks but also said Sarpalius People could still be challenged for jury Montford Its bad posture for juries to allow exceptions to theft Were talking about thefts said A thief is a said In other action the Senate approved and sent to the House bills that would Require the Juvenile Probation Commission to put into effect statewide standards for juvenile detention INS delays deporting parents of sick child EL PASO AP Saying they wanted to more extensively review the immigration officials have postponed deporting the illegal alien parents of a 4yearold American citizen with a heart Raul and Guadalupe Tena and their 6yearold were first to be deported Wednesday and then again The family has been living in Las about 45 miles north of El since officials said They are fighting deportation because their 4yearold has a congenital heart which doctors say would not be treated properly if they were returned to Victor is an American Although he does not face depor the Tenas have said they would not return to Mexico without After reporting to immigration officials the family was taken to the border for but abruptly halted about halfway across the in ternational The Tenas said they were told to return to Las Cruces Wednesday but to report to the INS again on Thursday shortly before noon the INS informed the family through an intermediary not to The family has been told not to report Henry Immigration and Naturalization Service deputy district director in El said Were still in the midst of studying over the McGehee We dont think any further decision will be made Immigration officials were reviewing the medical history of Victor and were trying to determine the medical treatment that would be available to the boy if he moved to he The Tenas have no telephone in Las Cruces and could not be reached for comment McGehee said a mixup in com munications resulted in Wed nesdays neardeportation for the A mistake was he declining to McGehee said INS officials in Dallas and El Paso were involved in the review of the A final would be made by INS District Director Alfred Man kills self after shooting spree at small college TEMPLE AP A 28yearold man who went on a shooting spree at Temple Junior wounding two instructors and holding one inside a building for about three exhibited wild personality shifts before he fatally shot authorities Hed be just normal and Ill release her and come out if you promise me this and said Police Chief Thomas Vannoy after the shootings Moments the man would say things like If I hear a Im gonna shoot her and kill Steven who had ad dresses in Austin and died about Thursday during surgery at Scott White Hospital for a gunshot wound to his said Dolores assistant director of Police said an autopsy has been The woman he was management instructor Laurelyn of remained in critical condition early today following surgery for a gunshot wound to her said hospital spokeswoman Carol Speech instructor Debbie of Little was treated for a gunshot wound to her hip and released from the same said Susan assistant director of Police said the two women discovered the gunman rifling through their purses inside their offices at the campus Fine Arts Building and challenged Foster was shot as she fled from the said Steve Marvin the colleges said Carlisle was held after the shooting about 10 minutes before a meeting he had called with faculty mem bers in the building about 3 Felder said Foster really felt Laurelyn was in imminent danger that the man was not at all The brandishing a caliber also fired at an another unidentified faculty member who was not said The suspect kept as many as 30 police officers at authorities Save on Lets Go Western Jeans for Girls and Misses Jeans in Misses sizes 820 stretch a comfortable blend of polyester and cotton basic fivepocket ChicJeans for Girls Basic fivepocket styles in sizes414 in slim and Use Our Convenient Layaway Plan Open from to Keep You Looking Great for Less New Braunfels 139 IH 35 West
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