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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 14 New Braunfels November Election Stocks Continued from Page 1 Those in favor say it would give some sanity to a chaotic Those opposed stress the system would put those previously defeated by voters back in would let the Permanent School Fund and its income stand to guarantee bonds issued by school Results would be higher bond ratings and lower bond Proponents say it would help school districts finance new construction without risk to the while opponents fear future attacks on this multibilliondollar 6 would allow courts to order up to a third of a persons paycheck seized and used to make overdue child support Proponents think of the millions of dollars that will be saved in welfare Those against it say by prematurely taking away a persons the desire to work and the child gets nothing either 7 would authorize the Veterans Land Program to issue million in Of million would start a new Veterans Housing Assistance Program that would provide home mortgage loans for Advocates say the land program should shift like the population has from rural to while opponents say there are already several programs to help veterans buy 8 would allow the exemption of certain veterans and fraternal organizations from property taxes after local option Specifically named in the legislation that would put this change into effect are the American Veterans of Foreign Wars and Disabled American Proponents say it will allow local governments to exempt groups that perform civic civic and patriotic Those against it feel exemptions should not be given to groups that devote only part of their energies to 9 would okay the substitution of probate court judges for county judges in other Those opposed say these substitutions are already while others are all for speeding up the judicial 10 would let cities spend public money for the replacement of sewer lines on private assessing the cost to the property The owner would have five years to pay the Without this those in favor say it would be too expensive to replace old and dilapidated sewer Those opposed argue cities should not get into the loan 11 would increase the size of the Board of Pardons and Paroles from three members to and take away from the governor the authority to approve or reject paroles and Advocates feel the governors present role slows the and the board expansion would spread out the work load Opponents say the delicate situation requires the governors pointing to the systems success so Juveniles arrested in house burglary A house burglary off FM 3009 Saturday resulted in the arrest of two Comal County juveniles Sheriffs Investigator Rudy Rubio credited the arrests of a 14yearold and a 16yearold boy to Deputy David He took the initial burglary and determined who the suspects Rubio So he should get the credit for solving this The two boys charged with the felony offense Cancer Society workshop planned The GuadalupeComal Nurses Committee of the American Cancer Society is sponsoring a breast self examination workshop for area The workshop will be from 69 Wednesday at McKenna Memorial Hospital on North Union The classroom is located on East Garza Upon completing the those attending will receive certification for teaching others in the community on the early signs and prevention of cancer through breast All nurses are encouraged to For more contact Barron or Irene Olson at the Choir winners perform tonight Three New Braunfels High School students who were named to the Region Choir will perform with the choir at today at Trinity Baptist Church in New George Tamayo qualified as Alto Hs 7th chair while Robyn Richardson was selected as Soprano IIs 10th Kevin Schmidt was named Tenor Is 16th Over 250 students auditioned for the 128voice Region Choir on 29 at San Antonios MacArthur High The Region Choir members also attended a clinic today at Trinity Baptist Comf und Continued from Page 1 going to know our how we raise the Garcia said as Morton pushed the red wooden mercury up from the Thats why I never saw a ladder out an audience member Other officers on the 1983 Comfund board were Frances vice president secretary Miriam treasurer and John immediate past Other 1983 directors were Bate Gary Ted Bill Charlie Chelo Harry Vincent Tressie Polly Joe Shields and the Harold S A V E With the HERALD 625 9144 Medical Respiratory Equipment Specialists All Pharmacy 6257777 We Deliver Sel 353 Landa New HeraldZeitung A Jftui of burglary of a The Roy Stuman of Route Box reported in coins and several knives missing from the All the money was but were still missing some miscellaneous Rubio The juveniles were released Sunday to the custody of their pending a hearing for juvenile NEW YORK AP AMR Corp Alcoa Am Motors Amer T4T Armcolnc AtlRichfld Beth Steel Boeing Borden Brit Pet Burlngt Ind CaterpTr Celanese Centel Chrysler CocaCola Coleman DowChem duPont EastnAirL East Kodak ElPaso Co Enserch s Esmark s Exxon 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