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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 19, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Braunfels Hvrald New Texas 246 86 Sections SUNDAY December 1982 SO cents USPS 377880 Senate still struggling with jobs bills WASHINGTON AP The GOP controlled Senate struggled toward a final vote Saturday on legislation to avert a threatened shutdown of the federal ignoring President Reagans blunt declaration that he would veto the bill because it includes billion for public works At the same Republican Leader Howard Baker of Tennessee vowed to make one latenight attempt to win approval for a 5cent increase in the federal gasoline We still have a Baker But Im still That measure was all but abandoned Thursday night after the Senate failed to crack a conservativeled Jesse one of the op said he would seek to delay a final vote as long as No action was expected on the gasoline tax measure until after the spending bill was The White House favors increasing the now 4 cents per to provide billion a year for highway and mass transit But Reagan is adamantly opposed to attaching jobs money to the spending I cannot sign that Reagan said in a live radio He suggested he might agree to some sort of compromise jobs but he did not say what sort of compromise he would accept between the Senate bill and a House measure containing an even more costly jobs Baker said there was no doubt a veto would be If it came to he said the only way out was for Congress to start over again on Sunday or Monday in hopes of approving a measure that Reagan would sign and return the government to normal Most federal agencies ran out of money at midnight when an existing catchall spending bill But because the funds ran out over a virtually no disruptions were expected until the work week begins The House already has approved its version of the including billion for jobs that Reagan denounced as pork As Senate debate resumed Saturday after two days of marathon sessions Baker said he hoped for a final vote by That would give House and Senate negotiators Sunday to work out a compromise that both houses could then ratify either Sunday night or The president suggested there was a See Page 14A Appeal upheld By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Canyon Lake Bank did indeed act with malice in the handling of guardianship funds of three local according to a decision upheld Wednesday by the 3rd Court of Appeals in In a written Chief Justice John Phillips of the court agreed with the decision reached in March 1981 by a local jury in 22nd District Phillips stated that no error in had been made in the that the judgments were local attorney Fred who represented the children in the said Ken president of Canyon Lake Bank could not be reached for comment as of late Friday According to the judgment reached in 22nd District Judge Charles Ramsays the bank was ordered to pay back almost including in punitive damages to the children of Norman The total judgment to be received by the children now amounts to ap proximately due to interest collected on the Clark The three children sued the bank for misappropriation of their guardian which then would have amounted to The guardianship funds resulted from part of settlement incurred from a wrongful death lawsuit when Hanzs wife was killed in an airplane crash in From that settlement Hanz was awarded and his three children The childrens money was deposited by the court into a trust fund naming the district clerk as By who died in November could not Canyon Lake Bank must repay funds withdraw from the when Hanz and his then business partner Norman Wayne ran into financial Hanz began proceedings to have himself named as guardian for the childrens trust County Judge Max Wommack granted the guardianship in probate which qualified Hanz to the money in the fund but only after receiving a court According to court Hanz approached president of the about the possibility of borrowing against the guardianship According to a written produced during the 1981 after receiving legal refused to accept a guardianship check presented to him by Hanz presented Rice with a cashiers check for the same See Page 14A Christmas smiles Christmas came early to the Hansel and Gretel Day Care Center this as the children brought gifts to exchange at a holiday party and then got to open Barron Bright left offers Aaron Sandburg a tip on how best to open his package April Wiedenfeld shows off her a stuffed dogi Staff photos by Cindy Richardson New animal shelter manager Tina Ellis grooms a Staff photos by Cindy Richardson Brand new top dog Tina Ellis named manager of local animal shelter By CINDY RICHARDSON Staff writer There is a new face at the Humane Society Animal and its not furry with a wet Tina Ellis is the new Shelter hired to replace Tom whose resignation was effective this who was raised on a has worked in pet salons and in a shelter and a veterinary clinic in Ive worked with animals all my she I love working with She plans to continue the goal of getting as many of the animals adopted as possible as well as making them happy while in shelter workers The animals need love and attention while they are she Ellis experience in grooming should come in handy because she plans to try to keep the dogs groomed as much as Another of her goals is to try to get more volunteers working at the Its a shame people let their dogs run Or dump she If they dont want it the bring it Well do our best to find it a good Cox blamed his resignation on Its a very high stress he in a telephone Its a job where youre dealing with sad stories and tragedies every I dont have any ill and I offerred any advice or tips I could Ernie president of the Humane confirmed He shook my hand and if you need any help give me a He said he was leaving with good Hassold and Cynthia vice president of the Society met with the new manager and accepted her Shes well qualified for the Hassold She knows animals real well and she has a love for I think shes going to be very essential to the Ellis will be helped by assistant manager Nora Cheer Fund V KZ y I vTN Funds keep coming in for our Cheer and that makes us pretty cheery around to say the The which is designed to provide a Christmas dinner to local folks who might not have one continues to Here are our most recent con tributors Old New contributors Wallace and Margaret Sullivan Anonymous New balance If you would like to you can mail a check to NB Herald Zeitung Cheer PO Drawer New You can also drop it by our offices at 186 South If you have nonperishable food items to you can bring those by our Circulation or contact circulation manager Don A very at 6259144 if you would like us to pick them Again we ap preciate your Communitysing tonight People longing for the good old clays of people gathering to sing Christmas Carols will love whats going on The Holiday Community a new event sponsored by the Greater New Braunfels Arts will start at 5 on the Main Plaza down Instrumental music will start at setting the mood as the crowds Walter Faust will ring a few songs on the courthouse and Mayor Stratemann will offer welcoming Then it will be our turn to sing See Page 14A Inside Todays Weather Comal County skies will be fail today and with nor thwesterly winds at 10 mph this af High today will be in the low the low near 40 and Mondays high near Letters To Santa Every Christmas for as long as nearly anyone can the HeraldZeitung has printed the Christmas wishes of Comal Countys secondgraders in the form of Santa This year is certainly no and if the local kids wishes are any Santa better stock up on electronic See Pages 1 3 C and 18 BUSINESS DEATHS PUBLIC
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