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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas I I 14 New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Tuesday, November 1,1983 ★ Election Continued from Page I Those in favor say it would give some sanity to a chaotic situation. Those opposed stress the system would put those previously defeated by voters back in office. No.5 would let the Permanent School Fund and its income stand to guarantee bonds issued by school districts. Results would be higher bond ratings and lower bond interest. Proponents say it would help school districts finance new construction without risk to the state, while opponents fear future attacks on this multi-billion-dollar fund. No. 6 would allow courts to order up to a third of a person’s paycheck seized and used to make overdue child support payments. Proponents think of the millions of dollars that will be saved in welfare payments. Those against it say by prematurely taking away a person’s wages, the desire to work goes, too, and the child gets nothing either way. No. 7 would authorize the Veterans Land Program to issue $800 million in bonds. Of that, $500 million would start a new Veterans’ Housing Assistance Program that would provide home mortgage loans for veterans. Advocates say the land program should shift like the population has from rural to urban, while opponents say there are already several programs to help veterans buy homes. No. 8 would allow the exemption of certain veterans and fraternal organizations from property taxes after local option elections. Specifically named in the legislation that would put this change into effect are the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Disabled American Veterans. Proponents say it will allow local governments to exempt groups that perform civic functions.worthwhile civic and patriotic functions. Those against it feel exemptions should not be given to groups that devote only part of their energies to charity. No. 9 would okay the substitution of probate court judges for county judges in other counties. Those opposed say these substitutions are already legal, while others are all for speeding up the judicial system. No.IO would let cities spend public money for the replacement of sewer lines on private property, assessing the cost to the property owner, Tile owner would have five years to pay the assessment. Without this amendment, those in favor say it would be too expensive to replace old and dilapidated sewer pipes. Those opposed argue cities should not get into the loan business. No. ll would increase the size of the Board of Pardons and Paroles from three members to six, and take away from the governor the authority to approve or reject paroles and pardons. Advocates feel the governor’s present role slows the process, and the board expansion would spread out the work load better. Opponents say the delicate situation requires the governor’s participation, pointing to the system’s success so far. Juveniles arrested in house burglary A house burglary off FM 3009 Saturday resulted in the arrest of two Comal County juveniles Sunday. Sheriffs Investigator Rudy Rubio credited the arrests of a 14-year-old and a 16-year-old boy to Deputy David Peavey. ' He took the initial burglary report, and determined who the suspects were,” Rubio said. “So he should get the credit for solving this crime.” The two boys were charged with the felony offense of burglary of a habitation. The owner, Roy Stuman of Route 20, Box 515, reported $418 in coins and several knives missing from the house. “All the money was recovered, but we're still missing some miscellaneous items,” Rubio said. The juveniles were released Sunday to the custody of their parents, pending a hearing for juvenile probation. Stocks ’ NEW YORK (AP) -Morning stocks High Low Last AMR Corp 33% 32% 33% Alcoa 41% 40 40% Am Motors 7% 7% 7% Amer T4T 62 61% 61% Armcolnc 17% 17% 17% AtlRichfld 42% 41% 41% Beth Steel 22% 22% 22% Boeing 38% 38 38% Borden 56 55% 55% Brit Pet 25% 25% 25% Burlngt Ind 37 36% 36% CaterpTr 39% 39% 39% Celanese 76% 75% 76 Centel 36% 38% 38% Chrysler 27% 26% 27 CocaCola 52% 52 52 Coleman 36% 36% 36% DowChem 34% 33% 34 duPont 51% 51% 51% EastnAirL 5% 5% 5% East Kodak 66% 66% 66% ElPaso Co 23% 23% 23% Enserch s 23% 23% 23% Esmark s 85% 84% 84% Exxon 38% 38 38 Firestone 21% 21% 21% FtBcpTex FordMot 17% 17% 17% 66% 65% 65% GTE Corp 45% 45% 45% GnDynam 55 54% 54% Genuflect s 51% 51 51% Gen Food 53% 52% 53 Gen Motors 77% 77% 77% Gen Tire 36% 36% 36% Goodrich 30% 29% 29% Goodyear 31% 31% 31% GtAtlPac 11% ll ll Gulf Oil 46% 45% 46% Gulf StaUt 15% 15% 15% Honeywell 124 123% 124 Houstlnd 23% 23 23% HughesTl 19% 19% 19% Interfst 16% 16% 16% IBM 127% 125% 125% Int Paper 49% 48% 48% Jeff Pilot 37 37 37 JohnsJn 43% 43 43% K mart 37% 36% 364 I jfemark s 37% 37% 37% I .Ullin Ind 62% 62 62 viManville MartMar s 12% 12% 12% 39% 39% 39% MercTex 27 27 27 Mobil 29% 29 29% Monsanto 1064 106 1064 Motorola 132% 130% 132% Penney JC 60% 59% 59% Phelps Dod 23% 23 V* 23% PhillpsPet 34% 33% 33% Polaroid 35% 35% 35% ProctGamb s 56% 55% 55% Pubs NwMx 28% 28% 28% RCA 33% 33 33% RepBankCp Safeway s 33% 33% 33% 27% 26% 27% SantaFelnd 30% 30% 30% SearsRoeb 39% 38% 39% ShellOil 41% 41% 41% Singer Co 26% 26% 26% Sony Corp SouPac s 15 38% 15 38% 15 38% SouUnCo 21% 21% 21% SwstBksh 25% 254 25% StdOilCal 35% 35 35% StdOillnd 49% 48% 48% StdOilOh 49% 49% 49% SunComp Texaco Inc 43 42% 42% 34% 344 34% TexComBn 39% 39% 39% Texas Inst 124% 1224 123 Texaslntl 5% 5% 5% TexNMexPw 26% 26% 26% Tex Util 27% 27 27% Timelnc 64% 64% 64% TW Corp 30% 29% 29% TylerCp 254 25% 25% UAL. Inc 29% 294 29% Un Carbide 64% 64 64% UnPacCp 55% 54% 54% Uniroyal 16 15% 16 US Steel 27% 27% 27% Unocal 29% 29% 29% WalMart s 39% 39% 39% Westgh El 48% 484 48% Xerox Cp 45% 45% 454 S.A. livestock SAN ANTONIO i APi Tuesday auction 51 and close, cattle and calves IOO Not enough on offer to test trade Hogs: SOO Receipts mainly feeder pigs for the special monthly feeder pig sale Not enough barrows, gilts or sows on offer to test market. Friedrich. • OU AUTY FEATURES    Money Saver Button 5 speed fan copper coils 6 way air flow • SUPER MICM EER's Overall Friedrich is more efficient than any other • SIZE TO FIT ANV NEED Spot heat and spot cool certain areas or your whole home • DEPENDABILITY FOR LONG UFE a Friedrich lasts reliably MONfIL HERBERT KRAFT KRAFT REFRIGERATION 857 W. MILL625-3221 Cancer Society workshop planned The (iuadalupe-Comal Nurses Committee of the American Cancer Society is sponsoring a breast self-examination workshop for area nurses. The workshop will be from 6-9 p.m. Wednesday at McKenna Memorial Hospital on North Union Avenue. The classroom is located on Fast Garza Street. Upon completing the program, those attending will receive certification for teaching others in the community on the early signs and prevention of cancer through breast examination. All nurses are encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Mrs. Barron or Irene Olson at the hospital. Choir winners perform tonight Three New Braunfels High School students who were named to the Region Choir will perform with the choir at 7:30 p in. today at Trinity Baptist Church in New Braunfels. George Tamayo qualified as Alto U’s 7th chair while Robyn Richardson was selected as Soprano ll s loth chair. Kevin Schmidt was named Tenor 1’s 16th chair. Over 250 students auditioned for the 128-voice Region Choir on Oct. 29 at San Antonio’s MacArthur Highschool. The Region Choir members also attended a clime today at Trinity Baptist Church ★ Comf und Continued from Page I going to know our secret, how we raise the total,” Garcia said as Morton pushed the red wooden mercury up from the bottom. That’s why I never saw a ladder out here,” an audience member remarked. Other officers on the 1983 Comf und board were Frances Huff, vice president:    WI.    Kills,    secretary; Miriam Weiss, treasurer: and John Turman, uiunediate past president. Other 1983 directors were H. Bate Bond, Gary Bird, Ted Cook, Cox, Bill Davis, Charlie Finch, Chelo Guajardo, Harry Heimer, Vincent John, B J. Mallard, E P. Nowotny, Tress!* Russell, Polly Saunders, Joe Shields and the Rev. Harold Zirkel. s A V E With the HERALD 625- 9144Medical &Respiratory Equipment Specialists All Pharmacy Services 353 (.anda St. New Braunfels. Tx. 625-7777 We Oeliver & Set up Herald-Zfitung A New Braunfels (Brabttion. 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