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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 25, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas March 2001 Page 3A Hard money cap could rise WASHINGTON AP Ford Mustang sold for in Mitch McConnell of Kentucky is fond of That also was the year Congress imposed a limit on the political donations that individuals may make to While McConnells Mustang could cost or more the limit lives an aging reminder of the last major overhaul of the campaign finance and the possible key to compromise on a new The limits on hard money donations will rise if a bill is to The only question is how John McCain said last week as he maneuvered to hold together a shaky coalition behind a bill to ban soft money the unlimited donations that indi corporations and uniohs make to political The cosponsored by Russ also would restrict politi cal advertising corporations and outside groups in the weeks before an elec One test is likely early this week Chuck is expected to seek a vote on his proposal to raise the individual donation limits while only capping soft mon ey McCain said there was no guarantee of success for passage of a bill that has been scuttled by Republican fili buster several times in recent Fellow Republican the leader of the has not yet responded favorably to the suggested Perry rallies support for 2002 race AUSTIN AP Rick Perry met with supporters Saturday and urged them to help him with his plans to math education and improve the states trans portation I need your Perry I need you to go back and talk to your local legisla your local senators about why we need these pro Perry met with supporters he calls Team Perry at the Austin Convention Center to plan strategy for his cam paign for governor in He reemphasized many of his key proposals including a road bond bill that would create the Texas Mobility a supplement to the payasyougo system Texas uses to fund infrastructure projects The authored by State Florence R also would allow the state to issue bonds on a lim ited basis for road construc tion and Its time to bond highways like we bond Perry We are building only 36 percent of the infrastruc ture projects we need The governor also asked supporters to promote the expansion of math The governor wants million to go toward improv ing students arithmetic Under his experts would work with the Texas Education Agency to devel op ways for teachers to1 improve student math per ALTERNATIVE COPIER COMPANY Mptrn BDFi DPS searches minorities more often than whites DALLAS AP Texas troopers search whites and their vehicles less often than blacks and Hispanics but arrest them at nearly twice the rate as the an analysis of state records by The Dallas Morning News Searches of white motorists and their vehicles resulted in almost 25 percent being according to records from the Texas Department of Public Safe For blacks and 15 percent of searches resulted in DPS officials said search es by troopers are based on suspicious not a dri vers Each time a car is pulled circumstances arise that could explain a troopers decision to DPS spokeswoman Tela Mange told the From March through December DPS troop ers searched one out of every 50 white drivers they one of every 22 black drivers and one of every 20 The results of those search es show that one in four whites searched was arrest One in four blacks was arrested and one in nine His The numbers indicate that while the most likely to be are the least likely to be said Dwight a Uni versity of Texas economics professor and statistician who analyzed the figures for the I dont think its ever pos sible to say weve got racial but given these searches resulting in crimi nal arrests and the search rate for its really hard to explain any other fac tor that could explain these he Dark economic times shadow Oscars LOS ANGELES AP The applause at Sundays Academy Awards ceremony likely come with a fair share of handwringing this Traditionally a time of cel the prospect of strikes by writers and dwindling boxoffice returns and the shuttering of the aters nationwide has damp ened the Oscar euphoria of We are said DreamWorks SKG executive Jeffrey Any body who says theyre not scared isnt being The entertainment indus trys dark economic outlook has created anxiety at the he its 18 Oscar nominations this including 12 for best Obituaries picture contender Gladia The usual revelry has been sidelined by serious concerns and fami Katzenberg Some industry insiders say discussions about the Oscars frequently start with Who will win but end with What about the strikes Ive heard it another said Robert edi tor in chief of The Hollywood The conversation starts with Do you think well have a and then it ends Do you think well have a The topic is really dominating every The he may serve as a morale TICE Sally Alene Ricardo age of Spring died March at her She was born July in to Alvin Pearl and Colleen Dim ple Carroll She was preceded in death by her parents and Richard Hearst Ricardo and two Michael and Lei Survivors include two daughters Lucy Riser and Laurie Gieseler four grand children and two Nancy Castle and Patricia Goldman along with many loving cousins and friends who were with her to care and give her extra love and support in her time of Memorial services will be conducted at 2 March at Canyon Lake United Methodist Church with The Mai ford Heirholzer Memorials may be made to HospiceNew 611 Walnut New Braun TX DOEPPENSCHMIDT FUNERAL CANYON LAKE LEWIS Amy Jane born October in San passed away in New TX March at the age of She was preced ed in death by her husbands Lesley Howard and Willie She is sur vived by her Les ley Howard of New Braun Patsy Rubin Gor don of and Cathy Comeaux of MT nine grandchildren 15 greatgrandchildren broth Jimmy Bennett of San TX Blanche Christensen of Ari zona Gladys Schmid of New She worked for Southern Pacific Rail road and was an Air Raid Warden during She also worked for VNA of Visitation will begin on March 5 Mission Park Funeral Chapels Funeral services will be held on March at 1 at 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