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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 16 New Braunfels May Continued from Page 1 have it taken care Veterinarian Michael Doherty examined the Deans two female cats the next day and gave them a clean bill of He said the symptoms the shelter worker described runny watery eyes are not symptoms of Rather than tell them the truth We have too many yours will go in with all the rest and may be put to sleep they Doherty They defrauded Dean They told us they would find a good home for the cats when we took them If we had known they were going to kill we wouldnt have left them Dean Pillar says her employee told Dean he suspected rhinovirus a highly contagious and basically incurable disease with symptoms of watery runny nose and All of our cats in the shelter have been Pillar ex plaining that she does not want to run the risk of healthy cats catching a we have the scandal that we adopt out sick Pillar The shelter who said the shelter took in 36 cats and kittens explained that euthanasia is used more often when the shelter is Weve had to euthanize Pillar I dont know what other choice we We dont have that kind of When the cat kennels are over shelter workers should euthanize kittens under eight weeks old and should keep the pick of the litter of kittens older than Thats the recommendation of Bernie Weller of the Humane Society of the United Pillar I had 12 kennels full of kittens average of four kittens each and he asked my why I had so Pillar He recommends putting down any cat younger than eight weeks and told me to keep an assortment of adoptable Pillar said she informs animal donators when the place is get ting I let them know right off the bat that we have taken in xamount of cats and have adopted out x Pillar The shelter in March took in 59 In that figure jumped to 103 and in it rose again to 336 The majority of animals collected have been she And Ive adopted out six this she It would be fantastic if we could have a nokill Pillar But its just not Pillar said she doesnt believe a lawsuit is justified and said theres a bigger issue at the shelter educating the public about spaying and neutering animals to help reduce the shelter To there is no Pillar She Dean signed the form its in black and The feel they are I just want them to be upfront and honest with people and that once theyre put in are humanely Dean Continued from Page 2 Moore The key is the thats when the rule comes into Moores which comes from the citys charter and state also includes members of city boards and committees that are more than advisory Tiekens Silk Screen was the low bidder of three for tshirts for the parks pool The other two bids were from outofstate In other action Council turned down a recommendation from Planning and Zoning Commission for the rezoning of 195 South from R2 single and twofamily to Cl local Katrina Whitaker said she and her husband agreed to lease the house and property to a man who runs an im port business out of his She said she wanted commercial zoning on the property so when the current tenant the house could be used for professional Council did not grant the commercial zoning because the area contains mostly residential with the exclusion of Eagles Morales Funeral Home and Community Service which most Coun cilmembers agreed were not considered approve the first reading of an ordinance granting a special use permit to N M Investments to build a 60unit onestory retirement complex in a Cl area between Loma Vista and Water The tract is at the rear of an which is zoned restricted The special use permit will allow the placement of the onestory Continued from Page 1 Alfred a paramedic with the Emergency Medical said he watched as his coworkers pulled bodies from the There wasnt a whole lot to work he They were pretty well burned Mayor Henry Cisneros toured the scene shortly after the Its a very serious he Thank God its stabilized and we dont have more to worry about at this Continued from Page 1 who was invited to speak before the president from the steps of the Winnebago County Courthouse in said he could not com pletely embrace the Reagan program unless the top income tax rate is scaled down from 35 Although generally a Reagan Kasten is cosponsor of an alternate tax plan calling for income tax rates no higher than 30 The president proposes rates of 15 25 percent and 35 Kasten said he would fight to reduce the rate below 30 percent to offset another feature of the Reagan the elimination of deductions for state and local income Wisconsin has one of the higher in come tax rates in the The choice of the Oshkosh and Malvern locations gave the president a varied kickoff for what is expected to be a series of speaking appearances around the nation on behalf of his tax Despite Reagans buoyant op his secretary of the James Baker took a restrained view of the programs We have a fair shot of getting this through Congress this year a fair shot at keeping it reasonably Baker said in a television Nobody ever said its going to be Continued from Page 1 statement like Sohn Im surprised at You know this utility is in ex cellent and I dont know why youre testing those kinds of com ments on this Sohn The reason weve asked for con sideration for notice of intent is simply because the law states we These are projects that there are no choices I think its not a sense of Its a sense of a professional Sohn We can sit around and wait for the Freiheit transformer to get overloaded and need a Were looking at a two tothree year period when that will have to be Theres engineering lead time to The system is not falling quite the Sohn Meyer then suggested the proposed improvement to citywide fire hydrants was a million problem because it wasnt maintained out of He also questioned the necessity of the Freiheit tran sformer of the total million in proposed electric projects and the underground electric distribution for the Municipal Airport Port suggested the utility revenue bonds be combined with the citys impending bond issue into one If theres no great sense of the Utilities could wait until the city gets Its all money out of the he Local realtor Bernie Boarnet said other surrounding cities are in trouble because they got behind in the utilities Were and were trying to stay Some feel there are feelings in this council of a nogrowth If you put this bond issue to the com you have convinced the business people that you Boarnet People will pick one item and start slamming at and thats going to be their justification for voting against You combine the two and youll kill all of Youre elected as an item of trust and responsibility to the Boarnet I feel if you take this to the public for a vote and dont act upon it in a businesslike you are abrogating your responsibility to the people who put you Councilmember James Goodbread asked what the rate effect on New Braunfels would be if the million issue Sohn said the bonds would cost the average Utilities customer a month more than his or her current If the bond issue failed on a public Councilmember George Erben wanted to know what would happen to water service to the new elementary school now under con struction on County Line Sohn We have that covered in Well have water to the but thats There would be nothing else going on out Without bond Roger Utilities technical service said fire protection for the school would be marginally But he added sufficient volume and pressure would soon be threatened by expected growth in the Were There When You Need Us PECs responsibility is to make sure you have the best electric service possible at the lowest possible we go beyond whats PEC has 132 radio equipped vehicles which forms the best communication network in the Hill ready to help when you need When you are in an emergency this communication system can be the lifeline you Even when stranded with a flat seeing the friendly face of a PEC employee is a welcomed Its welcomed because you know the PEC employee can radio for additional help or have another PEC employee at a base station phone family or friends if Every time you see a PEC are willing and able to help if you need etectnc JOHNSON CITY BERTRAM f CANYON LAKE KYLE LAKE TRAVIS MARBLE FALLS DERYL A worker at the new county jail works on the facilitys electric system in a utility hall in the cellblock The new jail will be unveiled in a ceremony Saturday Save 30 Par pairups in misses sizes Summertime handbags a few Choose from all these important sizes and colors of JCPenney OOO 111 CAM J C Penney Inc 223 Antonio
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