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IVaver said 'It becomes a television shem n performance on all sides ” Denver's resignation cm nm rte' with nev disclosures about be persona finances a?tbm»^K '•'bite Hmisr snokesmar I arr* SneaVes said tberr was ne connertion In addition te guarding the president's pnblir rmaye I Va vc w as responsible for budget uh Reagan’* time He traveled te (‘dins te pa vt thr wa* for Kenyan ’a trip there last year and made arrangements tm tbr sever -natter summit conference in Ottawa in IWL! A gardening enthusiast br etc pressed concern a month atte coming te • ashmyton that thr hushes in the Whitr Hmise rosr garden w*em not being prone rh pruned Hr has beer handling these kinds of details foi Keayar since im rn ne thr then California governors staff in Sacramento in TNH Hut hr has been threatening to quit for sears In ar interne* in March HHH hr said he wmild be gone within a veal and a half Sewer ot his friends doubted it would ever really happen IVavei »as bom m Bakersfield calli the vnr or a Shell Oil Co distributor Texans awed by Congress VA ASMI\<; PON API IS Sen fbi! (iramm said it was awesome'' to sit in his chair on the Senate flooi for the first lime I thought as I sat in that chair that was first used bv Sam Houston, that was used h\ Lyndon Johnson ami bv our friend John Tower, it is an awesome responsibility vow havi given me by making me ynut senator.” (iramm said Thursday after hi' and seven new Texas conn reman en were sworn in to serve in th*' 99th Cong mas ‘ This is a day when we're ail walking around Riving each othei kidnev problems by (ratting cacti other on the back." (iramm joked iii a Senate committee room filled with well-wishers “But it is a day I will remember as long as I'm here ami for the rest of my life.” Prominent among those at (iramm's party was Sen Pet* (Vomemci, R N M who chairs th* Budget Committee that (Ira mr would dearly bkt' to get on. though there is only one opening and (irainn is second to the bottom in Senate seniority, (iramm praised Domemci hut said. “He needs help on the Budget Committee He needs nit* on th*’ Budget Committee.” To cheers from the crowd, Comenic! replied. “I'm going to d ) everything I can to gel all the heip I can. so I want hun on tin* Bong* I Committee.” On the House side. th*' six new Republicans from Texas took th oath without the company oi tueir dean. Bill Archer of Houston, who was stranded in Texas bv weathftt then a mechanical problem with the commercial airplane he was scheduled to take to Washington Albert Bustamante of San Ant.mio hosted a reception at a hotel for th# 12 new House Democrats while hoi Republican colleagues from I eggs were treated to b nib que beef in the House Ways and Means Cornu‘the room “I hadn't felt like a congre:* m until today when I took the oath and looked up rid saw my parents in pit gallery,” said Mac Sweetie/, a former White House aide fro ti, Wharton who beat two-term in cumbent Democrat BUI Patman At 29, he is the youngest of the 27-* ;