New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 7, 1995, Page 2

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 7, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2 ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Wednesday, June 7,1995 Texas Briefs Gramm, Texas A&M Decide Records Part Of School Archives COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Records from Sen. Phil Gramm’s tenure as a congressman will remain available for public scrutiny at a university’s archives following confusion about who owned them, officials say. Gramm’s office said it didn’t know the records existed before this week, when a magazine story about the senator cited the documents stored in Texas A&M University archives. But the school said Gramm, then a Democratic House member, turned over 29 file boxes when he closed his congressional office in Fort Worth more than a decade ago. * Discussions between Gramm representatives and A&M lawyers resolved any confusion: the records will remain in the school archives regardless of how they got there. “We have the files. The files are part of our archives,” said school spokeswoman Mary Jo Powell. “They are not disputing the ownership of the files. University of Houston Regents Woo Hobby To Take Interim Chancellor Post HOUSTON (AP) — University of Houston regents are trying to convince former Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby to become interim chancellor of their troubled system, a member of the system’s board says. Beth Morian, regent chair, told the Houston Chronicle in Wednesday’s editions that regents are holding serious discussions with the 63-ycar-old Hobby, a dominant figure in state politics for two decades. They want Hobby to succeed outgoing chancellor Alex Schilt for a one-to two-year period. ! “Mr. Hobby is one of the state’s great leaders and one of the commu nity’s most respected members,” Ms. Morian said. “Without a doubt, we would love to have him.” Workers, Families Turn Out For Massive Show Of Kelly Support SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Kelly Air Force Base workers have donned their “Team Kelly” T-shirts, waved their “Kelly Proud” banners and once again pleaded en masse for keeping their jobs. But after being greeted by a desperate sea of Kelly supporters Tuesday, tight-lipped base closure commissioners weren’t offering any hints as to whether they ultimately might recommend shutting down the 78-year-old base. “We’re now in the fact-finding phase,” said Joe Robles Jr., a member of the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Commission. Seven of the commission’s eight members set out for a packed day touring Kelly, one of five Air Force logistics centers nationwide. The Air Force had recommended reducing the workload at the five maintenance depots instead of closing any of them. But the independent commission added the centers to its closure consideration list. Sierra Club to Target Anti-Environmental Candidates AUSTIN (AP) — State lawmakers who voted against environmental causes this year may find themselves targeted by a more politically active Sierra Club in the 1996 election. “There is very little reason for us to have much hope of making significant environmental progress in the Texas Legislature in the next session or subsequent sessions without some major changes in personnel in the Legislature,” Ken Kramer, the Sierra Club’s Texas director, said Tuesday.Gramm won’t seek action against former aide Bills to reduce the city of Austin’s ability to control development in outlying areas and to give Texans the power to sue state and local governments over action that devalues their property were anti-environmental, Kramer said. Supporters have said both measures protect landowners’ rights. But sponsorship of such bills and votes against the Sierra Club’s agenda aren’t the only factors that will determine who will be targeted. Weather Devastates Farms Across West Texas AMARILLO, Texas (AP) — Tornadoes, hail and deluges of rain have devastated some farms from the Texas Panhandle down to the Concho Valley. Weekend storms around Amarillo and Lubbock ravaged hundreds of thousands of acres of cotton, com, wheat, peanuts and grain sorghum. Farmers are worried they don’t have time to replant their fields. The situation is no better around San Angelo. Fanners in Tom Green County were still picking up from a May 14 tornado WASHINGTON (AP) — Sen. Phil Gramm won’t pursue action against a former aide who improperly used his congressional stationery and signed his name to letters seeking early release for a convicted drug dealer, a spokesman says. “It was a clear and obvious abrogation of a policy that we have held tight to these many years (not to intercede in pardons and parole cases) but when you get right down to the bottom line, it was simply a lapse in judgment,” Gramm’s press secretary, Larry Neal, said Tuesday. “There was certainly no intent to do harm.” A day earlier, Mary Fae Kamm acknowledged that while in then-Con-gressman Gramm’s employ — but without his authorization — she wrote federal authorities on Gramm letterhead seeking parole for the brother of a friend. The issue surfaced Monday after Mother Jones magazine released a story for its July-August issue citing letters from Gramm’s office written between 1979 and 1980 seeking release for three convicts. 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One letter advocated parole for Doyle even after a Justice Department official wrote Gramm that the man’s lengthy record and prior parole violations warranted additional jail time. Qoefoeat [im Hoir Specialists 620-0615 ^ Doyle was paroled a few months after a third letter from Gramm’s office, and wrote Gramm to credit him with bringing about his release. “I am personally responsible for all contact with federal authorities on Doyle’s behalf,” Ms. Kamm’s statement said. “I regret that my attempt to assist a friend and neighbor has created a situation which ultimately proved to be embarrassing to Sen. Gramm.” (.II I HOOKS AV All AKI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 III 35 and Walnut Ave. £    .//i    i    it*    *    */> $ ■ •A ^ ,,* • lf * *8 V' ^ s ^ VI J Casper 1230 2:45 530 7:159:15 ■RUCI WUU! CB “TBT 120 4:15 7:C No 120 show on Thurs. 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