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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                tfLtfL J M Buffy Give me a home New Texas October been since He cant afford to a year to care for the I cant do it Ryder 1 just cant put out the 1 need to sell 1 cant keep him for the school The vet transportation 1 just cant do it Ryder has put a prlcetag on the shaggy and a group calling itself Save Buffy is trying to raise the How did Ryder end up buying and caring for a school mascot Baker High is known as Buffalo Ryder and Baker never had a So 1 got one for Baker Mayor Pete Heine also is He proclaimed next week as Save Buffy as a live Ryder said he really wants Buffy to stay but said if he has he will sell him to a man in Arkansas who already Is In the buffaloshowing If nothing Ill put him in my 1 cant afford to keep feeding Ryder Ryder bought Buffy in in and tranquitized him to get him into a The buffalo slept about 12 hours and almost Ryder I gave him mouthtomouth resuscitation three he Since he has become a fixture for the Ryder has a large album full of photos Buffy at football Buffy in Buffy playing very football But then what do you do with a live buffalo the rest of the year Hes out of gight and kind of out of mind during the Save Buffy hopes to buy Buffy and rign a contract to keep the animal at Ryders wnall farm Ryder said Buffy is pretty Hell lie down and go to sleep in the end But Ryder is afraid that as hell lose everything he owns if Buffy ever anybody during a Hes a wild and every now and he throws his head at he But he gets tamer and All in hes not over crime jumps Read the fine print Hart says budgetbalancing plan pure politics WASHINGTON AP Gary Hart on Saturday dismissed a White Housebacked proposal that promises to balance the federal budgetby fiscal 1991 as politics as usual and urged Congress to read the fine print before supporting the Hart charged the which was approved by the Republican controlled Senate and embraced by the Democraticrun House this does not equally distribute the burden of reducing budget deficits currently running at about billion a Ultimately this plan fails because its just politics as Its a typical Washington Its based on changing the budget process instead of the budget Hart in the Democratic response to President Reagans weekly radio Hart said the proposal doesnt require any budget cuts until after GARY HART the 1986 That may help re help put OUr country on sound elect a few But it doesnt economic footing soon Hart The House voted Friday to begin bargaining with the Senate on legislation to increase the national debt limit above trillion and an accompanying amendment em braced by the Reagan administration to revise the budget process and place statutory limits on the governments deficit The measure also gives the president power to make acrossthe board spending cuts if Congress cant reach agreement with the White House on how to meet deficit reduction It is a tragedy and a travesty that those who visited these deficits upon the least fortunate among us are asking them to bear more than their share of the deficitreduction bur Hart Our challenge is to ask all segments of our society and our government to contribute their fair share to reducing the WASHINGTON AP The number of crimes reported to police went up 3 percent in the first half of the first increase since the same six months of the FBI reported The bureaus Uniform Crime Report showed that reported crimes in cities of a million people or more decreased by 2 while total reported crimes in suburban areas jumped by 4 The overall 3 percent increase in reported crimes was at tributable largely to 6 percent upturns in both the Southern and Western regions of the said FBI Director William The Uniform Crime Report gave no reason why reported crime rose significantly in the South and West but showed no change in the and dropped by 1 percent in the While reported murders nationwide from 1 June 30 fell by 2 the FBI violent crime overall went up 4 percent and property crime in creased by 3 Reported rapes rose by 7 as did aggravated the report The figures confirmed a disquieting trend in crime that emerged in the last three months of according to an FBIreport released last For the last months of overall reported crime had risen by 2 percent compared to the last quarter of the report The newest report compared the first six months of this year with the 1June 30 period of When the FBI released its preliminary 1984 crime in Webster had noted that overall crime decreased by 3 percent from 1983 to The overall downward trend is but the increase in the fourth quarter demonstrates that crime in our society must remain a concern of the general public and a high priority of the criminal justice Webster said at the The report released Saturday Showed that the 4 percent increase in the overall number of crimes reported for the 1June 30 period of 1985 was the first time the index went up since the figures for the same sixmonth period in 1981 were compared with those for Overall reported crime dropped by 5 percent from 1981 to The same 5 percent decrease occurred in the first six months of and Some crime experts and Justice Department officials have questioned the reliablity of the FBIs Uniform Crime maintaining there are few con trols to detect instances where local police might inflate or shrink crime figures for political or budgetary A broader gauge of crime in the Bureau of Justice Statistics National Crime showed that for all of the number of people victimized by crime fell from 37 million to million a decrease of per These annual surveys have shown that only about one in every three crimes are reported to although a much higher proportion of serious crimes are No National Crime Survey figures have yet been released for AMERICAN TRADITION An elegant invest ment in quality plush is a cut above all others A perfect balance of surface beauty and traditional styling with a velvet touch In 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