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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                135 killed in Chilean quake New Braunfefo March Chile AP Authorities enforced curfew to prevent looting and rationed water today in areas of central Chile hardest hit by an earthquake that killed at least 135 injured and destroyed Thousands of people camped out for a second night in debrisstrewn driven from their homes by aftershocks of the Sunday earthquake that knocked down severed com munications and swayed skyscrapers in Santiago and other cities in an 800milelong area of the Pacific The Chilean government imposed a midnight to 5 curfew in much of the earthquake zone to prevent which was reported overnight Monday in some heavily damaged commercial Electric power and water were interrupted in various In the coastal city of authorities were rationing Miguel Angel Payet said in that he landed his Aeroperu jet with 123 passengers aboard at the Santiago airport three minutes after the quake cut communications with Francisco chief spokesman for the military said Monday night that 135 people were known dead and about injured as a result of the fiveminute He estimated that were destroyed and others the control I thought it was strange that the runway lights were flickering and that the ground dust was so but I never thought it was an Payet He added that those aboard felt the aftershocks when he was parking the Francisco chief spokesman for the military said Monday night that 135 people were known dead and about injured as a result of the fiveminute He estimated that homes were destroyed and others Authorities said the hardesthit areas outside Santiago were Valparaiso and Vina del coastal cities in this narrow country that stretches miles along South Americas western The three cities have a combined population of about 6 Deaths also were reported in the cities of Rancagua and San i Eleven more bodies were found in the rubble of collapsed buildings Monday and officials said they expected the death toll to rise as com munications were restored and reports came in from outlying The worst single quakerelated incident oc curred at a Roman Catholic church in San Ber just outside the where 10 people were killed as they attended Sunday evening Some of the people started but others moved closer to the front of the said the Bernardo Its too bad more didnt stay inside because the facade of the church collapsed on those who went Study says budget cuts to take per Texan WASHINGTON AP Texas would lose in federal cash for every state resident under President Reagans proposed domestic spending cuts in fiscal year according to a study released Texas would get million less than the amount of federal money it would need to maintain current according to the report from the American Federation of County and Municipal The public employees union said the cuts would amount to a billion reduction below the amount of money needed to maintain the status quo In per capita Texas ranked fourth among all the the union The list included federal grants to local and state governments for programs such as bilingual job subsidized welfare and transportation and programs that pay such as food Supplemental income and college student The biggest reduction in Texas share of the federal money would be in general revenue which Reagan proposes to The state would need million in fiscal 1985 stay the AFSCME report Next largest would be reduction in Medicare of million from the projected need of Texas would have to get billion for fiscal year 1986 to maintain current program the report Reagans farm bill Federal spending on major programs In billions of dollars Estimate Proposed Feed 1983 85 87 89 Chicago Tribune Graphic Source Department of Agriculture Protection Senate approves checks on employees Farmers begin week with protest WASHINGTON AP Placing white crosses on the Mall to com memorate the growing number of bankrupt Midwestern grain farmers began lobbying for higher guaranteed commodity prices to cover production Members of the American Agriculture Movement who marched here Monday to kick off a weeklong lobbying say they also want strict production controls in the farm bill being debated in We just want a fair price for our product so we can said DeVere a farmer from who participated Monday in the AAMs March for If inflation goes why cant we charge more for our higher production costs Why do we have to keep our prices low Manderfield The march started with an outdoor rally at the Jefferson Memorial in a drizzle and 40degree Following brief speeches from AAM leaders and farmstate the many carrying walked about two miles to the Agriculture Department building for another Were not up here for a welfare check or subsidy we simply need and deserve a fair price at that said Wayne a Were asking the American people if they want this family farm system to continue to keep this the best fed nation theyre going to have to rally behind this family farm said president of AAMs Missouri Farmers planted 250 onefoothigh white crosses on the Mall near the Agriculture representing the number of farms the group estimates are going bankrupt each District of Columbia police estimated there were 700 considerably fewer than protest organizers had Farmers said they would welcome emergency credit legislation from We want parity not said Corky president of the We are in Washington because this is where our problems originate and this is where the solutions must come The in the Plains states in wants a new farm bill that controls production to keep prices stable and provides commodity loan rates of at least 70 percent of parity to reflect farmers Parity is an indicator of farmers buying power based on prices received and the costs of living in the period The concept has lost some of its partly because it doesnt take into account dramatic increases in farm productivity since the early Commodity prices in the past several years have been partly because of huge crop a global recession and a strong dollar that has reduced demand for American food MEDICAL WEIGHT LOSS CLINIC Nutritional Counceling Proven Effective Medication No Strenuous Exercises Each Patient Supervised By Licensed Physician CALL FOR INFORMATION 974 Loop New Braunfels Across From Goldens Steakhouse AUSTIN AP The Texas Senate has approved Ted Lyons bill that he says will protect the little children of this state who spend their days at childcare said the state has a right and duty to run criminal background checks on people who work in and around He recalled testimony by a mother before a Senate committee that her two children had been sexually abused for three years by a child care employee who had a prior conviction for child His bill would give the Department of Human Resources authority to obtain from state and federal law officers criminal information on employees and applicants for employment at childcare The information would be for the exclusive use of the DHRand other authorized and unauthorized release of the in formation would be a misdemeanor punishable by up to one year in Lyons bill was approved on voice vote Monday after a 245 vote killed an amendment that would have made the penalty unauthorized disclosure a punishable by up to 20 years in The amendments Carlos DCorpus argued that We ought to be very careful someone doesnt misuse this But Lyon countered that your hearts in the right but your logics not Youre going a little bit is one year in the county jail and a Two other Lyon bills that cleared the Senate on Monday would authorize state schools for the blind and deaf to check out criminal backgrounds of employees and job applicants with the FBI and Department of Public The House on voice vote sent to the Senate a measure touted as a way to keep companies from laying off LaMarque Lloyd Criss legislation would allow workers to draw unemployment benefits if their work hours are reduced as a result of production In other the Senate also approved and sent to the House bills that would Require a grand jury seeking to indict a witness for aggravated perjury to submit the matter to another grand Reduce from 50 days to 40 days the time for paying tax a procedure that could result in a onetime revenue gain of million in Define Texas State Technical Institute as an institution of higher learning for the purpose of giving TSTI control over student room and board and donations to NOTICE TO OUR CUSTOMERS The Kodak Video Tape appearing in todays The Main Evenf sale was incorrectly The correct price is each or Buy get 1 Free from We apologize for any ECKEFJD Medical Respiratory Specialists Equipment AH Pharmacy Services A 353 Landa Mew 6257777 We Deliver Setup OPTICAL 974 Loop 337 Hwy 46 Across From Goldens Steakhouse New Braunfels Soft EXTENDED WEAR CONTACTS While You Walt Most Prescriptions I 7 5 complete GOOD THRU April Fools Day Optical illusions Once you experience the comfortable fit of contact lenses from you 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