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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Briefly More than SO indicted Texas More than 50 including an assistant police have been named in an indictment alleging organized crime activities as a result of a major in vestigation that began nearly three years authorities At least 30 of the 52 people named in the in dictment were arrested Thursday in various parts of Texas and transported to the Jackson County Jail said Robert Bobby criminal district attorney for the Texas Those named in the Indictment are accused of organized involving illegal dispensation and transportation of controlled Bell The controlled substances in clude hash and The arrests are part of an investigation that began about three years ago and involves Department of Public Safety narcotics of ficers and Brooks County Sheriffs New law would mean more school funds AUSTIN AP Senate approval of offshore oil revenue for coastalstates will mean millions of dollars for Texas public says Mark The Senate Thursday approved a plan giving ench of seven coastal states 2 percent of the earned through lenses of Outer Continental Shelf Each state also will get n onctlrne lump sum White said Texas check would be for This Is money that belongs to White The plan now goes to a HouseSenate conference committee that Is expected to work out minor differences and send It to President Ronald The Senate vote appeared to signal the end of a long battle over the Promoter will challenge ordinance SAN ANTONIO AP A local promoter says he will take City Hall to court over a new ordinance aimed at protecting children from obscenity at rock The new which Mayor Henry Cisneros said is the first of its kind in the prohibits unescorted children 13 and younger from attending concerts where certain obscene acts depicted in song or on The ordinance applies only to cityowned facilities and would af fect all including the opera and said City Attorney Lowell Pentagon moves to cut travel bills WASHINGTON AP Stung by revela tions that defense contractors billed tax payers as much as a day for hotel the Pentagon is moving to limit the money these companies can be reimbursed for A new Defense Department to be published today in the Federal would limit per diem ex penses to the same amount now paid federal workers who That means per day for room and food except for certain high priced areas of the Nation m After the proposed regulation is there will be a 30day period for followed by a brief time to review the sugges The regulation thus is likely to take effect early next The move is the latest action by the Pentagon to end what Defense Secretary Caspar Weinberger calls horror stories about high prices for spare parts and a wide range of overhead costs bill ed to the Pentagon by Congress has also drafted legislation limiting the allowable costs which can be charged to the but most of those proposals have not yet taken President Reagan appointed a commission last summer to recommend When the panel held its first Capitol Hill hear ing earlier this it was warned by congressmen that public anger over the scandals is hurting the administrations drive to in crease defense HvraldZtltung USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer Susan Editor Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Sandi Cheryl Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Foreman Patricia YznagaKing City Editor Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal In Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX New Texas NovemberY Natures rages batter population spots around the world NEW YORK AP Natures rages have battered crowded spots around the globe this shaking cities until they burying villages in mud and washing away Tens of thousands of people have The volcanic eruption that buried four sleeping Colombian towns Thursday was the latest in a string of punishing natural in cluding the great earthquake that devastated Mexico City in September and a cyclone that pummeled Bangladesh in Fred acting director of the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance In said the outbursts have kept his office the busiest It has been In There have not been more declared disasters than is Its just that a few of them have been more severe than Is he said It has caused more activity on the part of our office than probably any year since 1976 when earthquakes struck Guatemala and he The office coordinates the govern ments disaster Before the Colombian the most destructive of natures tan trums this year was the cyclone that blew into the Bay of Bengal in The packing 100 mph winds and 12foot stripped lowlying Bangladeshi Islands clean of trees and Several Islands vanish ed Into the graygreen Senators formulate new trade bill WASHINGTON AP Eighteen Including Majority Leader Robert are seeking support for a bipartisan trade bill to strengthen efforts to curb unfair foreign A Dear Colleague letter written on Senate Finance Committee sta tionery said the bill would offer realistic responses to the growing problems of foreign unfair trade misalignment of the dollar and protectionism here and The which the sponsors plan to introduce next would limit the presidents discretion on certain trade according to an outline provided Thursday by John It would re quire the president to provide injured industries with the or its near that has been recom mended by the International Trade Under the for Reagan would have had difficulty re jecting the recommendation of the ITC last summer for a fiveyear pro gram of import barriers to protect the struggling shoe industry against lowpriced imported In order to circumvent the the president would have to get fast track congressional approval for a remedy less than that recommended by the ITC including no remedy at the outline The legislation would also require retaliation in Section 301 trade cases not decided within 15 to 18 mon ths by member countries of the General Agreement on Tariffs and the international body that sets trade Section 301 covers unfair trade Under the the means of retaliation would be decid ed by the trade While we may represent differing we are convinced that this generic approach to Americas trade problems whether In agriculture or forest pro high technology or heavy in services or property rights Is the best way to the letter While the measure is to be in troduced as a single piece of legisla it is also expected to broken into a series of less comprehensive Sponsors are inviting colleagues to 1 join any of the individual titles that address trade problems of particular concern to you or your Under the the United States would continue efforts already begun to drive down the value of the dollar and improve the functioning of the international monetary The president would be required to enter into negotiations with other major industrial nations within six Our view is that the administra tion trade policy has been fragmented and said a Other countries have been allow ed to make trade a oneway We are proposing the framework for an aggressive trade policy for this decade and he According to other Senate sponsors of the bill besides Dole are John John Charles RIowa Jake RUtah Mack Pete Richard Frank Daniel Patrick Bill D Max George DMaine David D Alan Jeff and Frank The proposal was unveiled after White House officials repeated their warning that President Reagan would veto bills limiting textile im Earlier this the Senate approved such a similar a Housepassed AN OLD FASHIONED an on the news in the Your are cordially invited to attend our Christmas Open House and preview our holiday gift selections on November 17f 1985 to CHINA W THINGS 315 New Braunfels Jane Felts Mauldin Kathleen Schroeder Watercolor prints and originals Folk art originals ChinaSilverCrystalHousewaresOrnaments ToysGifts and Limited Edition Porcelain Cabbage Patch Dolls Precious Moments Dolls Gifts Country Kitchen Accessories More than people died as the storm churned along the Many residents of the densely populated South Asian nation live In bamboo and thatch homes on islands that were little more than mounds of easily overwhelmed by the surging Disasters are touching people more and more now because the world population has said Martin an associate In the In ternational services of the American Red There is going to be less and less vacant when you have a hurricane going for exam That Is definitely true for On the other side of the the natural destruction claimed another crowded On a 90 sccond earthquake struck Mexico Ci the worlds most populous metropolitan Buildings tumbl ed Into pancakelike and water pipes and telephone lines were The which measured on the Richter killed people by government Earthquakes also rattled Chiles spine with unusual On March a quake measuring on the Richter scale struck killing 146 people and injuring more than NearlyV m pe0pie one In four Chlleal vvere left A series ofwjblors later in the year panicked The Richter scale is of ground motion as refiwded on Every increiug of one number means a tenfold in The United States also sufWed more natural disasters than usual Robert the American Red Cross called 1985 an in credibly destructive year for the na Five hurricanes ripped the North American only the third time this century so many have done according to The most severe hurricanes and Gloria each caused about billion In Other storms touched down with In tornadoes slammed through Pennsylvania and On killing 88 In Puerto a 30hour tropical deluge In October triggered a land slide 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