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November 30, 1988

The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise from Seguin, Texas · Page 12

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, November 30,1988 * The Seguin Gazette-Enterprise _.i*i* i. . ••" ir --- t Miti&j.. —" ——• *..-... .^ .... i. _ i ~'•••-•: '• ii-i''i f! iti;- i - L ini'^.> i -'^'^'-'t"-' j ^— ? —••"-• • i**_i« Winning entries WINNERS In the "To.Your Health* project "Preventing Alcohol and Drug Abuse* contest stopped by KWED Radio, cosponsor for the contest, recently to tape their entries for broadcast. (At left) Leavonne Pulley, "To'Your Health* Project coordinator, and Al Kaplan, KWED general manager, greeted the students and 'presented them with their checks. The stu- dents are (from left) Mauricio Benjumea, De Dee Henk, Cindy Zambra, An Ford, Carol Gibbons, Mark Chavez and John •Sieben. Benjumea, Ford, Gibbons, Chavez and Sieben were contest winners-. The other students were honorable mention winners. Zamora recorded the honorable mention entry submitted by Kristen Stout. (Staff photo) NAVARRQ HIGH SCHOOL students produced one of the winning entries in the ",To Your Health* projecf "Preventing Alcohol and Drug Abuse" contest. They are Roger and Ronnie Morales. The students recorded their entry and It can be heard on KWED Radio. (Staff photo) LQuayle's turtle-like pace indicates need for education s«* " 1>V EILEEN PlTTIWAlM with nnnfnorflnhc Af florals "CS\~A r\f the*m ins*«»-o«o S\F +*«•***,im** M/UJ*« i« r\nt* tv*« nri-,,inn- ...u^. ,4 AAn «?* *«- *.c *.u. . A* _*•. »» .. — . * 8* v; £ fci 8 £• H it.% 3 #Si g *£ *'•'< *.? »••• *-" *•' fe f w, *>•-. ly EILEEN PtlTMAN Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — Unlike George Bush, who is rapidly picking top aides, Dan Quayle has yet to make major staffing decisions in a transition period marked chiefly by meetings with conservatives and others seeking his ear. The turtle-like pace of Quayle's transition, aides say, reflects that a politician moving from the legislative to trie executive branch of government inevitably needs some educating. Moreover, • the vice- president- elect apparently is in no hurry to make appointments without Bush's acquiescence. "He's not going to rush it," said Dan Evans, the head of Quayle's transition team whose friendship with the Indiana senator goes back nearly 20 years. Quayle's transition team operates from a white, federal-style town house off Pennsylvania Avenue near the Old Executive Office Building where Quayle eventually will work as vice president. The town house customarily is set aside for the use of former presidents, and the walls are adorned with photographs of Gerald Ford, Jimmy Carter and Richard Nixon. The quarters are elegant, if cramped, with barely enough room for Secret Service agents posted in the narrow hallways. Press aides on the second floor must move to the lobby if the senator wishes to use the conference room that serves as their makeshift office. Those drawbacks aside, Evans says Quayle's transition is moving ahead as it should and Quayle is selecting his staff "in consultation with President-elect Bush and his staff." "He isn't waiting for approval or disapproval, but in keeping with the collegiality of the decision-making process, decisions will not be made in a vacuum," Evans said in a recent interview. Bush moved quickly to pick his chief of staff, John Sununu, and many of his top Cabinet officials. An announcement on Quayle's chief of staff, who will 'head a team of roughly 100 people, is expected in early December. Evans himself is said not to be in the running, nor are any of the top "handlers" that traveled with Quayle during the campaign. 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FREEZER pRDEI CUT, WRAPPEI ft FROZEN Shamrock Gas Available We Accept Food Stamps JH6MT TO Bi$|gVi HMJTS of them, veterans of previous White House jobs, have said they now prefer private life. Evans won't say whether Quayle is looking for a Washington insider, Indiana crony or someone from his Senate staff. Dozens of "high quality resumes" and hundreds of unsolicited resumes have come into the transition office, Evans says, but Quayle is "educating himself on the executive branch before he makes his staffing decisions." And although Quayle's staff organization will be patterned after Bush's vice presidential office, there is one top adviser who doesn't appear on any official flow chart. That is Marilyn Quayle, the senator's wife, who occupies an office in the transition .building and who probably will have space in the vice presidential office as well. "There is no adviser senior to her," Evans says. Quayle's work day usually begins shortly after 7 a.m. when he arrives to prepare .for breakfast meetings. It ends 12 or 13 hours later after more meetings, perusal of briefing papers and an occasional black-tie dinner. His meetings have read like a ros- ter of the conservative elite: Heritage Foundation president Ed Feulner; outgoing Rep. Jack Kemp, R-N.Y.; conservative columnists George Will, William F. Buckley Jr. and William. Safire; former United Nations ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick and Paul Weyrich of the Free Congress Foundation. KC Hall's New Year's Eve Party S Dance Saturday, Dec. 31 BYOB Set-Dps Available 379-0602 Admission $10 per person (Party favors nor included) Reservations with purchase of tickets Evans rejecfs the notion that Quayle is being used by the right to further its agenda for the incoming administration. The conservatives, he says, wefe simply "the first ones to call." 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