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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Naw Braunfels July On the auction block Jan and Pat Elbels inspect one of the used cars from Bluebonnet Krueger and Becker Motor up for grabs at the Teen Connection Auction at the FHANCfcS BRIDGES HERALD ZEITUNG Civic Center Local merchants and individuals also have donated many other including a 12by8 a satellite jewelry and Lawmakers seek fresh Ideas to revive stalled budget talks WASHINGTON AP Congressional leaders are searching for fresh ideas to revive budget talks aimed at stopping the governments flood of red Senate Majority Leader Robert and William Gray the House Budget Committee both have indicated there still may be room for the House and Senate to work out a compromise version of fiscal 1986 budgets passed by each Dole says it is less than an even bet the effort will be The smoke has yet to clear from an acrimonious session Wednesday when the talks broke down after Senate negotiators rejected a House compromise offer as being too short on serious domestic spending Senators also said the offer violated an agreement with President Reagan on military No time has been set for resumption of but some legislators expressed hope work could resume next We can utilize this weekend to mellow some said House Republican Leader Robert Michel of White House chief of staff Donald Regan fanned the embers Thursday with an podium thumping denunciation of Congress for failing to come to grips with cutting federal He also said it would be disgraceful ifCongress broke off its budget The federal the worlds largest the strength of the free is about to go into a new fiscal year without a Regan said in an appearance before the Chamber of Howridiculous can you be His voice rose as he Did we not submit a budget We Where is it now Pounding the Regan It has not been passed by the No budget has been passed by the Why not Dole and other GOP senators shrugged off Regans I didnt write that Dole Id have singled out the House Some Republican senators said privately late Thur sday there still was not a comprehensive effort under way to draft a Senate the senators kept up the pressure on the House to make additional spending After the GOP senators met John We are not going along with what the House has We think those savings are And its got to be very significant budget reduc tions before well be The House has to do a lot more than theyve House Speaker Thomas ONeill said he hoped the Senate would return to the We think its kind of childish to be walking ONeill told All it takes is the art of com Excess baggage Capitol Hill has too many Conte says WASHINGTON AP Enough is says Silvio claiming that Capitol Hill is awash with excess He says there are so many garage attendants hes afraid hell run over one of them some morning on his way to The size of the congressional police force officers for each member of Congress make him feel like a Elevator attendants operate elevators that already are and there are 72 doorkeepers 30 more than when Conte first came to Washington in I have gone around and checked the House and Senate and there isnt one additional Conte said Thursday while serving notice he intends to cut into the Capitol Hill work The Massachusetts Republicans remarks came as the House ap a money bill of more than billion for congressional operations and support functions for YOUR DECISION IS EASIER fiscal year The measure was sent to the Conte succeeded in persuading the House to trim 10 garage through The savings would total about Declaring the 64 garage attendants are just too Conte I am concerned about those poor They must have terrible problems because they sit in those chairs all day he said he feared he would run over a garage attendant driving his car into one of the underground rejected an amendment that would have trim med roughly in expenses for the elevator These jobs are utterly said Hank who has tried for three years to persuade his colleagues to get rid of operators in the age of electronic But Vic prevailed with his argument that the operators are needed to run elevators smoothly and efficiently when congressmen are summoned from their offices to the House floor to vote within a specific period of Fazio shepharded the entire bill through the The legislative money covering fiscal 1986 which opens totaled about including million for House about million for joint congressional and million for related agencies such as the Library of the Copyright Royalty Tribunal and the Government Printing The measure included a provision prohibiting the Library of Congress from printing Playboy in The to slash from the librarys account covering Braille translations came after Chalmers complained of articles portraying wanton idleness and illicit sex in Fazio said the measure freezes spending at fiscal 1985 Ttxtnt hivt ntw which tht Inttu ifrlvtr mort rtpponfl bit for hli or back in tht crimintl juttict tytltm which allow rtpttt afftndtrt to mtfliingftll punlth hfvt DOW T DRIVE EYE OPENERS By Henry Hull CHOOSING THE RIGHT GLASSES The lenses required to correct the vision of the very nearsighted are generally and can often be For greater comfort and good follow these tips have the prescription made in the thinner lenses now available in glass or plastic avoid overly large frames which need a very large lens the larger the the thicker its edge t choose a rimmed frame that plays down the thickness of lenses Certain farsighted lenses can also be uncommonly thick in the People with high plus prescriptions should also consider the thinner len ses and avoid oversized In many contact lenses may be an excellent Todays improved contacts are not only invisible but are easier to wear on a daily or extendedwear Brought to you as 9 community service by Henry 147 Hew Reagan back soon WASHINGTON AP With a gesture from a hospital a series of telephone calls to world announcements of forthcoming meetings and an im promptu poetry the White House is signaling that President Reagan is rapidly resuming his The president could return to the White House as early as one week after he underwent cancer presidential spokesman Larry Speakes Reagan appeared publicly in person Thursday for the first time since he entered the hospital July giving reporters an OK sign from his thirdfloor balcony at Bethesda Naval Hospital when they asked how he was In other moves that accentuated the positive President George one day after paying his first visit to the convalescing made telephone calls to foreign leaders in which he was quoted by a spokesman as The best medical evidence is that the president will make a full recovery and resume duties here at the White House next White House announced that Reagan will meet in September with the new Soviet foreign Eduard and an administration official said privately the president may also address the United Nations General Assembly in New York that month as he has in the House Chief of Staff Donald addressing members of the Chamber of predicted the president will be full of vigor after a threeweek stay at his ranch in California beginning in midAugust and we will pursue a very active course this fall in pursuit of Reagans tax overhaul said Reagan attended to more business Thursday than on any day since his operation and would probably make a decision by the end of the week on a successor to Budget Director David who is leaving one of the key positions in the administration to become a The White House spokesman continued to answer questions about Reagans likely release date by quoting doctors as saying it would be from seven to 10 days after his That would mean sometime from Saturday to Reagan made a noncommittal gesture from his balcony when reporters asked when he would be coming The first lady As soon as they say its Since the White House has said that Reagan will meet with visiting Chinese President Li Xiannian on Tuesday it appeared likely that he would return to the White House on Monday at the barring a hitch in his The president himself was quoted by his taff as Im feeling Reagan said they both were in good Asked what the president looked forward to she Just being The president returned to a solid food diet Thursday for the first time in eight indicating that his digestive process was returning to Top choice Miller in line as budget director WASHINGTON AP James Miller a conservative economist who toned down the proconsumer stance of the Federal Trade is in line to take over from David Stockman as President Reagans budget congressional and administration sources Presidential spokesman Larry Speakes said he was sure White House chief of staff Donald Regan would talk with Reagan today about who should fill Stockmans a Cabinet level but that it was uncertain if a decision would be At a briefing Speakes denied that any decision had been Congressional speaking on condition they not be said the administration was spreading the word that who had worked at OMB in would be the An administration also in sisting on said it appeared Miller was going to be Regan said recently he wanted someone to take over the budget directors or at least be chosen and able to begin before Stockman leaves 1 for a highpaying job with a Wall Street investment banking The new budget director takes over at a time when the ad ministrations efforts to cut deeply into federal programs and reduce budget deficits are at a Efforts to achieve a com promise between House and Senate budget writers collapsed and Regan told the Chamber of Commerce on Thursday it appeared likely Congress would recess until after Labor Day without deciding on a During his four years on the Miller moved to temper the aggressively proconsumer ap proach taken under Michael the chairman ap pointed by President outlining his philosophy last Our proper role is not to tell en trepreneurs how to run their businesses nor is it to impose our views on consumers in a fit of big it is to keep markets competitive and free of fraud and While at OMB Miller helped drafted a Reagan executive order that gave the budget office authority to clear all new regulations before they are published in the Federal The order helped make OMB one of the most powerful federal In Miller became head of the OMBs office of Information and Regulatory and later he was executive director of the Presidents Task eforce on Regulatory Miller also has worked for the Transportation the Council of Economic Advisers and the Council on Wage and Price JUNIOR FASHION SALE SATURDAY ONLY Save onaii Summer Fashions OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF JUNIOR JEANS ARE ON SALE FOR THIS 25001697 32qo24 FOR ONE DAY ONLY SELECT FROM OUR NEWLY ARRIVED FALL MERCHANDISE AND RECEIVE 25 oft San Antonio WMeemt
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