New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 3, 1987, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 03, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Spring forward By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Most of the nation will switch to daylight-saving time by moving clocks forward an hour at 2 a rn Sunday Daylight-saving time goes into effect on the first Sunday of April this year, rather than the last Sun day in the month as in prior years Congress ordered the extra three weeks of daylight saving time at the bidding of people who prefer a later sunset for such ac tivities as sports and cookouts Daylight-saving time opponents prefer to keep that hour of light in the morning Rural residents complain about sending their children to school bus stops in the dark and of boing forced to begin farm chores before sunrise Proponents of daylight saving time also wanted it extended in the fall, but Congress left the en ding date at the last Sunday in Oc tober The time change, begun in 1918. was originally designed to reduce the need for lights in the evening, allowing fuel to be diverted to the American effort in World War I TWC director Put that there and this here to step down DALLAS (AP) The executive director of the Texas Water Commission has been asked to step down after complaints he did not keep the commission informed about his actions and those of his staff Ralph Roming, one of the three commission members, wrote a letter to Larry Seward asking for his immediate resignation, the Dallas Morning News reported Soward. who has been executive director since September 1985. could not be reached for comment Thursday Democrats say Reagan defeat was not leadership referendum WASHINGTON Al*    Congres sional Democrats victorious in a veto battle with the White House say enactment of an billion bill to build roads and raise the 'peed limit was not a make or break referen durn on President Reagan's leader ship for the remainder of his term This was not a referenda!! on th.* president s popularity    Sen Kd ward M Kennedy I) Ma ss., said Thursday a*- the senate .iii tJ > vote joined the House , < vt.' massive authorization run- .*>    -• law over Reagan ' ohio. ’ President Reagan has nothing t< be concerned about •    vi ns - th.    ,    f feet of tins Volo on !    »*. *.*    ! Kennedy added Senate Majority I .•• i u •: ■< • IU rd DW Va said    I rn*    ^    • mg ti* make or I I eak    ' ne ; r.    a the t mted States The new law }k*rn - ti j s, the sjK*ed limit to »    ; thrif quarter s ut ’?.    .    s    ; mile mterstato hivt (,».    *.    u , also allocates federal h.ghw J mass transit aid for the next fiv« years The I-iiii*r.i Mig'    . »    \,i ministration immediately began releasing Si i t hem to states The mea sun ais** prs me for more than IOO “highway demonstration projects* that were tailor made for individual members of Congress Reagan called it a budget buster and staked his prestige in the fight I here was no dispute ’hat the vot* wa' a stinging defeat for the pres! dent, who made an extraordinary last ditch appeal for support in a bur rieii trip to the Capitol a few hours before the* vote But he was unable to enlist the aid of the 13 Republicans who were voting against him lf Democrats refrained from claiming a major political victory Republicans sought to shield Reagan from lasting damage “I don t think that any president s stature or pnMige rides on a 'ingle issue ut a single voti* 'aid sen Pet* W 11 son. it Calif one o* I Republicans aho sided with Democrats in voting to override till* V HO Senate Republican leader Bot) 1)»>U* of kati'U' sought to turn the day ' events ti- the advantage of the prest dent who had tx*en criticized for a hands-off management 'tv ie that contributed to hi' difficultly' in the Iran Contra affair Dole 'auf Reagan spoke to Republican senators for 20 minutes without notes adding. “It s money in the hank He came up here, he .vent into the lion s den and he conduced himself as he should He ■:,u a it a little easier for the next time \r the White House spokesman M • I ’/water denied the defeat r ii. damaging to Reagan's .•bi. ty '■* cavern for the next 21 mon * he thought the president ■ cor. e f 11 from having ■ r, 'ed his willingness to fight t t. aater quoted Reagan as *■ • • c the verse of an old Scottish . : .' t • let w ith Republicans ’•et re the vote I am wounded but •    i    a ii rest awhile hut I will '*■ • I fight again It s time for all of i' to fight again " ”> statement after the :*    i    '.od    I am deeply ti*-’ bv today ' vote I knew “ at the battle would Im* rids were long But we ■ retreat t rom our commitment : esponsibte budget V eft •'to control spending are o <*d    .mo    I    remain firm in •    '    'ne    \meric.4n tax .    ’fH-.ik out against such *> esse-. Reagan added •i’l’ idv an No dancing in Anson, so teens move WM iN \P t ta dam mg in Anson ton ,:    * .ti • Vnson High .vie . p: n a is held at Abilene when* the students can dame in fact, no one wui tx* dam im in Anson any tmu s»*.n im * lr ♦:« - a c it v ordinance a. on of* inc prom was neio ii w hen t he s t mien! • dame to monde teacher chaperon* sb*p to it Vhi> ytMi m a* I * ft    *    Hi?    v*    '• lh. to Vbilerx Jh mil iii Ut#' * vHith attend sit thrv c. ill l*V .*<1 k* a *4 v ear i»i< j Mire J* till . Ii ms** ban again >t dam iUK aflu •g* t* •* ’ r grot ip pU'f i mg 'trrnuoUN i •!>)**(. ti n wi'4*, frill rn fun ban Die pa rty v A ll! * *#■ da ment ail Prom)* i st prra* n pax? |'|t;+r.v \ears *it \*,S.,| ii va id tin ai havt* tm-*": •a'ated banquet affair ' dent of Kixvt too' w Uh rn** permit! .    tom and music .!•*•.    :    i    v Bittercreek a s ae. a •.    ise.!    rand Bitter < <- c *•»•: ’ reduce its usual v t. provide music for the r. Mi l * ie t ail Paul Davidson, a k not loose activist said • .    *    **    ’    ,    es that will be i. > ’    «    ..red    There    Ain    t v    :    •    Anson a song Davidson a • el: «ef :;ne nigh school band . n. * lev Boti T v ans a local ‘    Ste:    maintains that and rhytmic . rn M ; .-Ii a! oUM*s emotions r i - in .< I. i»*' ta av y petting and ?i* fu ; • Mil'* uous actu itv Forum CorOinut O trom Hag. ^ misting • I ha va ; •    > v at ions tm the (intuit al ' ' hat ion of the City of New lUuUUh ' I ta* m are pus ai >us >    ’ bankruptcy due to gross -merit at city ha!! We Hee • 1 < i I linen who i an f nu . a’*    ► I financial advice ami go ode. n< they expect city r, »g. ■ • *' i arry out K x cl lent ut i i t.« management has ma it ; them to afford pa. •< employees Iegul.e ■ i> • . employts s I iv. i ' Futhermore wi . .    >t    - lose any more qua t v    . u. dust rn*' which woui I pc *t< ami a tatter (.pia1 tv of lift or ev eiy om This council rac« ainu u* ti **« viable ih*U(t*s of qu Rifled f nam la managers t.aiv Henry ..(’PA t up ( ast ii lo a state auditoi and Ivntu Kaderti .in mvt dim-rt hunk.! Ihese thrtv me1 a. ..    ■. • ..i niendutions for an eft cr t ti • .    ’ augment oui em un.?•< lit • Resp*i tfullv submitted Urn lh I Ki\ tin SAKAI! DI Kl does her homewor k on the Education Page in the Hvrald-Zfitung I* , J rave not hear I * ron me personally it is becaust I am us.na this medium to solicit your vote. r r< spec * for your privac y and I .\ ith your families, I c hose not to knock on your door or ring your telephone* anc interrupt your day or evening. For a School District you can continue to be proud of Vote April 4 for: C VERNOY REIMER***** Incumbent Candidate Dis!. 5 New Braunfels Iud School Dist. Excellence in Education Supported by Strong Discipline 3Ol dv Rd idy Retmcr Dale Thomas Carnival employee Dick Mar-chant gives directions to other workers who are up on the Explorer ride installing new 3b-channei lighting system for the ride Merchant said the new system is used by discos The carnival is being held in conjunction with Spring Fest at the Comal County Fairgrounds through Sunday Tonight s activities include horseshoe pitching from S-O and a dance with County Line Band from 8 to midnight Horseshoe pitching cor r    orrow    at 4 p m and Sunday at 5 r ^    ^se    races will be held at 2 p.rn do- ’ays. A old-time Skat tournament begins Sa’u jay at 1 p.m. and Sunday at 9 30 a m Saturday s band from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. is Clay B aker and the Texas Honky Tonk band Admission to the fairgrounds is tree admission to the dances is S3. Parking on fairgrour j property is $1. (Photo by Leslie Krew - Range management/ field day set April 9 By BILL SCHUMANN County Extension Agent A Range Management and Bet*! ( attle Field Dav will tx* held on the I .et .me Disehinger ranch on Texas 46 in ( omai Countv from 2 30 to 4 30 p rn April 9 Larry Whiti* range manage ment specialist will explain how to make a forage inventory of the ranch He will explain methods to determine the number of livestock the ranch can profitably support and other range conservation practices Dr Tom Troxel will explain systems of livestock management that relate tocash-flow management of the ranching operation Tfie A MK' - Coigned to help the rancher determine what his ranch is i apar ic of doing and how the rancher can improve his management pi act c' t increase his pro-f it abit it > margin The Dociar.c*! ranch is on Texas 4* We    ,..57 in New Braun?*- -    •    .    <    open to the public without ct ai ge FOR CITY COUNCIL Your Dote for Bob Pachamna null Ensure ll. A truly independent voice on the Council (2i A strong budget J fiscal responsibility i3i Protection of our mate’ and otlr natural resources! iii Improved public services : re Police etc (Si Controlled Quality grew" (6i Evaluation of stat4 personne1 (7i Attention to drainage i sireet problems 181 Open door policy with A ‘ • tens c* he* Braunfels, »N B resident 20 years •Owner Operator The Plant Haus •leacher Coach 18 years NBISO •Charier Member Downtown Rotary Club Vote For Im* ll mm ma JL JL Di N.B. ck RoDinevt I.S.D. Trustee District No. 3 On April 4th, 1987 Voteat N.B.I.S.D. Middle School Paid for by Dick Robinett Campaign •lite Member ISTA •Bachelors Degree UT Austin •Masters Degree SNTS!) •Married 28 years wife Flo •3 children Dan D Layne Weston Ron Morrison 8 larry Kunkel Campaign Chairmen PO Pol Rd Scott Fischer Treasurer FOR CITY COUNCIL Yellow Pages and new high interest U.S. Savings Bonds make good business sense! ;

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