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Big Spring Herald (Newspaper) - March 2, 1990, Big Spring, Texas 2-a big Spring Herald Friday March 2, 1990 inside Texas Bike stolen Dallas apr a Man Riding across the country for Charity resumed his trip today after receiving a new bicycle to replace the one someone stole on wednesday. Robert Carney 64, of Lantana fla., was on a Cross country tour to raise Money for the multiple sclerosis society of Rhode Island when he stopped at a salvation army shelter tuesday night. When he walked out wednesday morning his single Speed All terrain bicycle was gone. Dallas police alerted the Media and within minutes an offer for a new Bike came from Mark Winstead an investment adviser who heard the Story on the radio and called Carney at the shelter by car phone. A i thought it was a Rotten thing to have happen to a Guy in the City of Dallas a said Winstead. A i figured not a lot of people would help him but i guess a lot of people the new Bike an 18-Speed Model was delivered late wednesday and Carney resumed his trip today. He intends to Cycle to san Diego up the Pacific coast to Seattle and then head Back through the Northern . Restrictions eased Washington a sen Phil Gramm says mexican officials have promised to ease restrictions on Texas livestock exporters possibly ending a lingering Trade dispute that had prompted the Texas Republican to threaten retaliation. At a minimum Gramm said he was assured that Mexico would rotate livestock inspections Between Texas run and private pens along the Rio Grande used by exporters. Mexican president Carlos Salinas de Gortari promised Gramm in october to a straighten out the ban on the use of 24 commercial facilities but Mexico had continued to insist inspections be limited to five Texas department of agriculture pens along the 1,000-mile Border. Gramm complains the Tda pens Are open fewer hours than their commercial counterparts Cost More and have caused bottlenecks for exporters seeking to move their livestock into Mexico. Gramm had vowed monday that if Mexico wanted to be a stickler for detail a they Are going to be bigger losers than we but Tda spokesman Andy Welch contends that of the 2,700 Texas ranchers who used state pens last year to ship livestock Only two complained about the facilities a a private pen owner and a hog producer. Texas agriculture commissioner Jim Hightower was assured at a meeting with the mexican Secretary of agriculture last week that Mexico wants to use the Tda pens. Gop debate gubernatorial challengers Low key Dallas apr Clayton Williams the front runner for the Republican nomination for governor concedes he is looking ahead. A i Hope when i finish my eight years in the governors office. A Williams said in his closing remarks at a televised debate thursday night. But Williams was Quick to explain after the debate televised statewide that he Isnit counting his political chickens just yet. He said he Only wants gop voters to know that if he a chosen he intends to serve two terms. A a that a my commitment to them a he said. And Williams Wasny to approaching the Texas debate like a Man running out front. On his Way into the studio he handed out Campaign brochures to police officers and bystanders. He was the Only candidate to do so the Dallas officers said. Observers had expected the other top gop contenders to directly Challenge the Midland multimillionaire on thursday in what is expected to be the last head to head to head to head confrontation among the four men. But lawyer Tom Luce Railroad commissioner Kent Hance and former Secretary of state Jack Rains chose kid gloves Over boxing gloves. A i done to think the Public wants a Hulk Hogan wrestling match a said Luce in explaining Why he and the others thought it More important to stress their own priorities rather than trying to Knock Down those of Williams. A we need to talk about issues and not personalities a Rains agreed. Luce reminded the audience that he has been named in 12 of 15 endorsements issued by some of the states largest newspapers and said he does no to believe Williams has a lock on things. A a it a not Over until March 13,�?� he Ballas a Texas Republican gubernatorial candidates from left Kent Hance Jack Rains Tom associated press photo Luce and Clayton Williams participate in a debate in Dallas thursday night. Said. A Daniel Ortega the outgoing nicaraguan president led in the polls Hance said he thought he had done Well in the candidates showcase and believes he will get the nod Over the others because of a the experience a a in a ready to be governor a he declared in his closing statement. But on a night when studio lights glaring off his eyeglasses All but obscured his eyes much of what he had to say also seemed to get lost. What was Clear however was his Resolute opposition to raising taxes or restructuring the taxing system and a mild swipe at Williams intention to pay prisoners minimum wage for busting rocks in Boot Camps for Young offenders. A a it a unheard of in this state or any other state a said Hance who spent most of the night tightly gripping his podium. Rains was the most animated participant and uttered the most pointed lines. A a in a running for the kids a mine and yours a he dramatically exclaimed in summary remarks seconds after declaring a a we re in a state of crisis in asked about Campaign Reform Rains said a a there san odor coming out of Austin and we need to Deal with Rains also said someone must Start listening to teachers complaints before the states beleaguered education system could be improved. A a they re voting a with their feet a said Rains explaining that Texas continue to lose Quality educators to other states because of problems Here. Education was a key concern of Luce on thursday night. He said he has been the Only one of the four to come up with a detailed plan to improve funding among Texas poorer schools. A Are we going to equalize to excellence or equalize to mediocrity a Luce asked then proceeded to explain he believes school permit needed to keep Lions and other animals Austin apr texans who keep Lions and tigers and bears a or a dozen other kinds of Large animals a will need a special new permit beginning March 8, the Parks and wildlife department said thursday. The permits were required under a Bill passed by the 1989 legislature in response to an increasing number of attacks on people by captive wild animals in recent years. The a restricted wild animal permit will be needed to posses Lions tigers ocelot cougars leopards cheetahs jaguars hyenas bears lesser pandas bin throngs wolves apes a including Gibbons chimpanzees orangutans and gorillas a elephants or rhinoceroses the department said. The permit Isnit required for the Possession of wild animals if the owner holds another valid Texas or City bits minimum charge $4.50 deadline cd ads daily a 3pm. Day prior to publication sunday a 3 Friday buy one regular Price Spring item get next item for 50% off saturday Only Beth Annas Coahoma 394 4071. Georges Candy land open mondays 3 30 -6 30. 36 varieties of chocolate. Mastercard visa 1711 Benton Street. Manuel Flores Barber shop is proud to introduce John c. Tovias gentlemen a hairstylist Barber. 1807 w. Third st., 267-9124. Weekday lunches $3.50 All Day specials liver and onions $2.95. Chicken Fried Steak $3.50. Popcorn shrimp $3.95. Catfish filet. $4.95 thursday Friday saturday All Day. Ponderosa restaurant 2700 South Gregg 267-7121. For Sale 10v4-foot mesh satellite system. Excellent condition. $900. Call 267-7827. The compassionate friends a support group for people who have lost children will meet tuesday night 7 30 ., March 6 in room 113 of the family life Center first Baptist Church. David a. Snyder my from the Texas oncology group Midland will speak on a a doctors perspective of help for parents and grandparents who have lost a child. Mary Nell Hise 263-2520 Darla Swindell 267-2769. B e refit b a r b e c u e american legion Post 506, 3203 w. Hwy 80 Benefit Barbecue for mrs. Jean Jenkins March 3. Barbecue dinner will be $4 per person starting at noon. Anyone wishing to give to the Benefit fund can Send donations to the american legion Post 506, . Box 892, big Spring to 79721 or bring it by the Post. Income tax service individual and Small businesses. 5 years updated experience. Call Jean Tidwell 398-5596. Need extra Cash Call Debbie for information 263-4962. Sunday March 4 1960 prices from i -6 ., hamburger and Small Coke $1.50. No Call in orders Bowling lanes 75 Lane. Highland lanes. Looking for a a new profession in the Beauty world Howard College is looking for talented motivated men and women to enter the profession of cosmetology. The Cost is 1/5 the Cost of private school. Financial Aid and scholarships Are available. For More information Call 264-5061. Needed Tow Nursery workers for sunday morning. Apply at College Baptist Church 1105 Birdwell. Cd ate s club welcomes John a la Planchat Ortega bartender today. Free draft 8 -9 30. Also new hours i Midnight. Open 7 Days. Pool tournament saturday. 267-9100. Associated auctioneer Paul Alexander txs636q. All types of auctions. Try us you la like it. 263-1574, 263-3927. Ask Debbye or Elizabeth about the big 3 rate. Call 263-7331, big Spring Herald classified. Federal permit authorizing the Breeding or exhibition of wild animals. Before a restricted wild animal permit May be issued officials said certain facility requirements for holding cages must be met and verified by a veterinarian and authorized Parks and wildlife department personnel. It is illegal to possess or transport restricted wild animals without a valid permit and unless the animals Are confined in cages which meet the minimum construction requirements. According to the department ocelot jaguars Black bears and red and Gray wolves currently Are classified As endangered species. As such those animals May be possessed Only under the authority of a scientific collecting permit zoological permit or endangered species propagation permit video get Well Houston a the some 35,000 students and faculty at the University of Houston were invited to participate in a video get Well card for interim school president George Magner who is recovering from emergency heart surgery. Magner 63, underwent quadruple bypass surgery wednesday and was hospitalized in Good condition. The video will be Given to the school chief once get gets out of intensive care. Cameras were being set up today so students and faculty could a say whatever they want to say to George because he a such a sweetie a according to Barbara passer assistant to University senior vice president Robert Lineberry. Lake Ochoa purse strings still should be under local control. Luce said he does no to believe the state needs a tax increase pointing out that studies show things Are on their Way Back already. A it a tax increase would put uncertainty into the Economy a he said. Conceding afterwards he was More relaxed in this debate than a similar one in Houston Luce seemed to make a concerted Effort to punctuate some of his statements with dramatic hand flourishes. Unfortunately most of them fell under the Range of the camera leaving Only his thumbs jabbing into View at times. A a in a learning How to smile a Luce said when responding to what he was learning about himself during the Campaign. Williams said charges that he has ducked the issues Are false explaining he has widely circulated fliers detailing his positions. In the debate Williams said he intends to slice away what he called �?o15 layers of management in the state government to save Money. A i will Call for a management study of All agencies a he said. Williams was intent on making hand gestures As he made his remarks and some of them were so animated at times it appeared he was talking in some kind of sign language. Three Republican candidates red Cude Royce x. Owens and the Rev. . Otwell a were not invited to participate. None of three Drew at least i percent support in a recent Survey by the Dallas morning news of potential voters. Top democratic gubernatorial contenders Mark White Ann Richards and Jim Mattox will participate in a debate tonight. It also will be held at the Dallas studio of Wafaa to and will be broadcast statewide. The Texas debates Are sponsored by the morning news Kera to Texas monthly and Wafaa to. Money saving coupons every wednesday big Spring Herald feel better without added pain big Spring chiropractic clinic 1006 11th place 263-3324 Bekic the stabs Hohe Tok cht1 free audio books rental a rental of a new release. Expires 3/31/90 College Park shopping Center 263-3823 adults Dijt kids �?�4.80 401 main $2.75 monday is bargain note at the Ritz Tom cruise a seat. $100 born on the 4th of july r 8 00 sat. Amp Sun. Mat. 2 00 night Breed 7 00-9 00 sat. Amp Sun. Mat. 2 00 bargain restricted Laredo a Laredo Parks and recreation department employees Edmundo de los Reyes Benny Castellano and Carlos Gaona from left scoop water from the first base area at the Ochoa baseball Park in Laredo thursday afternoon after overnight thunderstorms dropped almost an Inch of rain in the area. 263-tips or cinch c ?4.50 College Park $2.75 wednesday is bargain Nile at the. Cinema All seats $1.00 #1 movie in the country 7 20-9 20 hard to kill sat amp Sun. Mat. 2 20 Sylvester Stallone a Kurt Russell in a tango amp Cash is �?~8r,o 7 20-9 20 Cine Mark theatres p i movies 4 coming soon a everybody wins a a big Spring mall 263-2479 j Purina 20% Range cubes Stager s187�� ton Howard county feed amp Supply 701 e. 2nd 267-6411 big Spring wants to i succeed i not just survive Quality water Francis Armstrong Baba Baba Barbara Ann. Yesterdays Back on classic weekends Only on Midler pm pictures and the Samuel of Kwyn company 12 30-2 40-4 50-7 00-9 15 the bad news is you have House guests. There is no Good news. 1 05-3 05 5 05 7 05-9 05 Madhouse John Larroque Kirstie Alley delis 4 pictures of of Asi mass a sym no passes the comedy that won a pulitzer prize nominated for 9 Academy awards including Best picture Best actor amp actress and Best supporting actor. Starring Morgan Freeman Jessica Tandy amp Dan Aykroyd 1 10-3 10-5 10-7 10-9 10 Sally Holly Shirley Dan i Olympia Julia heu my or june Hannah Dukas Roberts 12 15-2 35-4 55-7 15-9 25 $2.75 All shows before 6pm

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