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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels Hei Harris County Bush can vote in Texas New Braunf els UeraldZeitung June HOUSTON AP A challenge claiming vice President George Bush violated the states election laws by voting In Texas while not maintaining a home in the state has been rebuffed by Harris County election Carl county assessor and tax collector and the official in charge of voter Monday allowed Bushs vote in Novembers general election to Smith cited a Texas constitutional provision that says a voter can continue to claim state residency if he is serving the federal government Im convinced that its Smith said of Bushs Bushs voting eligibility came under fire just before the election last fall when state Clint challenged the vice presidents right to vote in Hackneys Edward said Bush had violated the law because he sold his Houston home in 1981 and then purchased one in Bush used his Maine address on his income tax return to not pay taxes on the profit he made off the sale of his Houston he The IRS ruled that Bushs principal residence was and not Maine and therefore the vice president had to pay capital interest gains from the sale of the Houston said attorney Harold who represented According to the DeMoss a principal residence is one that is occupied for a majority of the Texas is and always has been his legal DeMoss DeMoss presented Smith with documents proving Bush owned undeveloped land in had a Texas drivers license and belonged to a Houston Hackney said he had no plans to appeal Smiths decision to state district Hackney said he challenged Bush because of the vice presidents Maine home and because he did not want anyone abusing the Texas election code The vice who served as a congressman from was not at Mondays hourlong Bush voted in Houston in 1982 and listing a Houston hotel as his I find it very offensive that someone would suggest that this is not our Bushs said Monday in an unrelated appearance in You dont have to have a house to be a This is our Bush was in Houston to speak to the General Federation of Womens Clubs She said she was not aware the hearing was being held Arrests spread in spy case SAN FRANCISCO AP A fourth man is in custody and more arrests are expected in a crack down on a spy ring involving three family members who allegedly smuggled secrets to the Soviet Union for at least 20 authorities Jerry Alfred of was arraigned Monday and ordered held without bail after he surrendered on charges of con spiracy to deliver topsecret national defense information to aid a foreign a retired Navy is the first person arrested in connection with the alleged operation who is not related to John Walker a retired Navy communications specialist who authorities say ran the his son a seaman on the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz and his Arthur a retired Navy have been Court documents indicate that a fifth represented by the code name also was involved in the alleged which an af fidavit said had been ongoing since at least John a 21year Navy and his son faced arraignment today in John Walker also tried to recruit his Laura Walker into the spy ring when she was an Army communications specialist from two FBI informants say in an affidavit filed in support of the charges against The affidavit did not say whether he was and Snyders whereabouts are There are other people involved yet to be taken into said FBI agent Karen Alexander in She did not previously identified by the code name faces a detention hearing Friday and a preliminary hearing June He did not enter a The affidavit filed by FBI Agent John Peterson says Whitworth conspired with Walker and others to deliver and transmit defense secrets to the Soviet Whitworth faces a life prison sentence if I think its fair to say that in terms of number of people in this is the largest spy operation since the said Attorney Joseph referring to Julius and Ethel who were executed in 1953 for giving the Soviet Union secret information about atomic Peres ready for talks with Hussein JERUSALEM AP The prime minister of Israel says he is ready to start direct peace talks with Jordans King Hussein and the but opposes prior or an international peace Israel is ready to consider any proposal put on the table by a JordanianPalestinian Prime Minister Shimon Peres said If the king and the Palestinians want lets come straight ahead in direct put all the issues on the solve it and make he told an audience of about people at Hebrew In Washington an aide to John said 68 senators arc co sponsoring a resolution declaring that advanced military equipment should not be sold to Jordan until it enters into direct negotiations with The Richard said Heinz believes its important that we demonstrate that prof fering arms prior to a peace settlement or a face toface meeting that leads to a peace settlement is not the right Richard chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations said he was leaning in favor of economic and military aid to Jordan to enhance its role as a potential key to Middle East The comments were Peres first public statement after he received a message from Secretary of State George Shultz indicating Hussein was ready for direct peace Hussein was in Washington last Israeli analysts say the United States and Jordan appear anxious to move the peace process along before Peres turns over premiership to Yitzhak foreign minister and leader of the opposition Likud bloc in October Peres Labor Party has expressed readiness to relinquish some occupied Arab territory in ex change for Likud will notgo beyond the 1978 Camp David accords calling for limited autonomy for the million Palestinian residents in the Gaza Strip and West Bank of the Jordan Peres reaffirmed Israels rejection of Husseins proposal that negotiations lead to an international and plans to hold preliminary talks with a JordanianPalestinian Israel opposes the international conference because it would would involve the Soviet which has severed diplomatic ties with the prime minister Directing his words at PLO Peres said Either you want or killing and Make up your you cant have it both Senators want to block arms from Jordan WASHINGTON AP A proposed Senate resolution says Jordan should not be sold advanced military equipment until it enters into direct peace negotiations with according to a senators The sponsored by John and Edward was cosponsored by 66 other senators and was scheduled for introduction Heinz Richard Heinz was pushing for adoption of the measure because he believes its important that we demonstrate that proffering arms prior to a peace settlement or a facctoface meeting that leads to a peace settlement is not the right the aide You build longterm security arrangments with a state once it has proved it is a friendly Bryers The New York Times reported in todays editions that Secretary of State George Shultz made an unscheduled visit to Capitol Hill late Monday to argue against the Earlier in the Richard chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Com said he leaned toward economic and military aid to Jordan to enhance its role as a potential key player in the Middle East peace Lugar said he suspects that if talks with Jordans King Hussein continue in a hopeful there would be a disposition on the part of our government to help and that may include economic and military Last Hussein held talks here with President Reagan and other high Lugar just returned from a visit to the Middle East where he spoke to government leaders in Tunisia and Lugar said that while the Israeli cabinet clearly remains divided on the wisdom of negotiations with Jordan and represenatives of Palestinian there is clearly momentum toward such He said he did not see such momentum as recently as six months Jordan has been seeking advanced American fighters such as the FMG or the improved Hawk anti aircraft missiles and Stinger hand held antiaircraft Illiteracy grabs attention of vice presidents wife HOUSTON AP More and more Americans are realizing how ex tensive the problem of illiteracy has become and are taking steps to take the country into the next century as a truly literate says Barbara the vice presidents The tide is Bush told the General Federation of Womens Clubs during a threehour visit Monday to colleges and volunteer groups have set up tutoring Bush Some corporations are starting inhouse school while others are expanding literacy programs and promoting awareness of the she State and local government also are reviewing their basic adult education programs and examining their education programs in an effort to try to keep more young people from slipping through the she who serves as honorary chairwoman of the organizations literacy said about one of every five adult Americans is func tionally They cannot write or reason well enough to solve problems or make she They suffer the frustation of constant helplessness and the fear of being found out and humiliated because of their she But most distressing is the effect on the she They cannot help them with school work or be an example of the value of an The costs that the nation must bear also are Bash Forty percent of adults with annual incomes under are functionally and yearly costs for welfare programs and unem ployment compensation are estimated at over she In the Department of Labor estimated that 50 percent to 75 percent of the unemployed lacked basic communication Almost 85 percent of the juveniles who go to court are and an estimated billion is spent every year on she The problem is spread over many Female prison guard stabbed HUNTSVILLE AP Investigators were questioning a Texas prison inmate today in the stabbing death of a 41yearold female Texas Department of Corrections a prison spokesman The whose name was not was the second TDC guard stabbed during a 10hour She was found dead about Monday in a bathroom adjoining an employee dining facility near the Ellis I Unit in TDC spokesman Charles Brown The a TDC employee since October was assigned to supervise the sevenmember crew of inmate trusties at the employee dining Brown An inmate was spotted leaving the building at the time of the Brown The prisoner drove the victims automobile to the main prison unit and turned himself in to prison the spokesman Investigators today were questioning the a 36 yearoldman serving 30 years for a Pecos County murder Brown No motive was known for the which was under investigation by Walker County sheriffs of ficers and the district attorneys Brown In an unrelated guard George was stabbed about noon Monday as prisoners at the Coffield Unit in Palestine lined up outside their cells to go to TDC spokesman Jay Byrd Biilups was treated at the unit infirmary for three minor puncture wounds to the shoulder and Byrd He was in good condition but was taken to Palestine Memorial Hospital for further The wounds were pretty superficial and he was not admitted to the the prison spokesman Prison officials were questioning an inmate in the incident a 20yearold prisoner serving two for a burglary Byrd The spokesman said he did not know how lone Biilups had worked for TDC or what type of weapon was used to stab No motive was known for the Byrd Artificial heart recipient may have suffered stroke AP Ar tificial heart recipient Murray who has been confined to an intensive care unit since is believed to have suffered a a hospital spokeswoman said William who im planted the heart in Haydon on reported that his condition worsened during the said Donna Hazle of Humana Hospital Audubon in a a Gary neurological consultant to the artificial heart believes that Haydon may have suffered a stroke very late Monday she Fox examined Haydon around midnight and planned an CT computerized tomography scan and EEC electroencephalogram this Both would examine Hay dons Results of the apparent stroke were seen in Haydons left she but the extent of damage was not immediately TODAYS THOUGHTS of had developed breathing problems in midMarch and required the use of a respirator to breathe at He had been confined to bed until he began taking short walks last On Hazle had reported that Haydon had stepped up his therapy program by pedaling a stationary He is one of two artificial heart recipients at William of who received his heart is the worlds longest living artificial heart WITH BOB DIETZ TIME Lots of time for lots of things tho its said that Time has There is always time to ways of being sweet and kind There is always time to smiles and goodness everywhere Time to send the frowns time a gentle word to say Time for and time to assist the weak to climb Time to give a little time for friendship any hours But there is no time to spare for unkindness When Your Thoughts Turn To Eating Out Think Churchs Fried Chicken 824 San Antonio Mew Braunfels 6250491 the fourth largest pizza company in the world by number of pizzas sold and the number one company in free Brett H D D S Robert H D D S OFFUTT 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