New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 9, 1987, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 09, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Mayor George F rben signs a Constitutional Proclamation of the Grand Court Order of Calanthe. Looking on -ire hon left Ruth D Harper qrand worthy counsellor Danielle King. member Rosalind Bean member Margaret Grant member and Lucille Garcia, worthy counsellor. Week culminates with Flag Day I internalists throughout the I luted States will again this veal participate in the observance of maternal Week, with emphasis given to the celebration of Flag hay on .lune 11 doc Bill Clements on May Jit sign ed .i proclamation to designate the week ot .lune H I t as Fraternal Week .lint called upon the citizens of I ex.is to join iii observing Flag I ray Clements affixed his signature to the document in the presence ot a delegant! representing Texas Frater not Congress, an association of I.’ fraternal benefit societies which are active iii Texas Members of the delegation mclud ed Mims Cav Ilk K.TI ! collard Meikeska SF.ISI Ituth Harper. (I rand Court hi dei of Calanthe. Bar bara < heatiev. Cathode Fife Walter ll Stahmei Skiis of Hermann Under! and Faut Beglad l utheran Brotherhood Muon loidalil I tithe! in Brotherhood lei,od Kern and I ak an I ’nlloek The National T infernal Congress ol \tnenea of winch h*\n- is al filiated is a federation of loo Irater ital benefit societies Witt) more than lo million members Knell year these societies observe maternal Week by holding special ceremonies and activities loi the public iii thousands of local lodges iii com moult irs throughout the toited States Funning the cornerstone of fraternal Week will be patriotic ceremonies on Flag Day to honor the (lagof lite Fritted States Doc Clements' proclamation noled that 19H7 is the < enlennial year bnth of the National Fraternal Con gross ut Xiim*i tea and the Statue of I a heft y Clements commended the frater na! representatives for their patriotism and urged all citizens of Texas to take part in the observance t>\ Hying (fie flag proudly in trout of their homes and workplaces and by attending the Flag Day ceremonies iii then communities Legislative Budget Board begins revenue study Al’STlN * AT'i Staff members from the governor, lieutenant gover nor and speaker turn to available revenue today iii their preparatory, Judy for the June 22 special session Bob Davis the governor's budget officer, reported Monday that the behind the scenes study of the 'Texas budget fiad found common ground iii finding the current level of state spending Davis toUf reporters Monday the I UHT level of spending may he > IH» million to $195 million above what Dov Bill Clements’ and the l egislative Budget Board have been considering as the current level We did not get into the 1988 HU Victims lookahead V I CTO It IX    AF    Despite flooding that left a toot of water in tier home Sarah Stedman says she more comfortable lacing the ray ages ut the (Guadalupe Fiver than tin tribulations of the fug city "What s lite without risk'' said Stedman, a1, vice principal of a Houston school *1 fed much safer down here w ith the river rising than I do driving down Westbound Hood in Houston “ Stedman arid others returned to their homes Monday to examine weekend damage caused by the swollen Guadalupe, which crested Sunday and is expected to recede during tile week During tile weekend an estimated 125 homes in low lying areas suffered Hood damage, said Victoria Fire Chief Henry Juenke. who estimated that atiout UMI people left their homes during the flooding Keen if you are insured, ifs what you go through the trauma.' said Irene Kelch. 59. a retired waitress and grocery store clerk “It’s heart breaking ” On Monday, rescue workers recovered the body of Willie Canady. 12. of Victoria, who had been swept away by flood waters over the weekend, said John Glaze, a justice of the peace in adjacent De Witt County. Canady reportedly was swept away by the river in his pickup truck after tie drove around safety bar ricades to observe the rushing water, authorities said His body, found hooked on some floating brush w'as sent to San Antonio for an autopsy, Glaze said A flood of similar proportions ravaged part of Victoria in 1981, and the current washout affected many of the same people. Juenke said Juenke said fire department of ficiais helped take workers to arid from a zoo in Riverside Park that was surrounded by water The animals were not considered to tie in immediate danger, he said budget " Day is said “The major (Id ferencesol I DFB H9 remain Davis and Jim Olivet DBB ex eeutive director tincted reporteis after the first meeting of slalt mendel > tot tin governoi Ft Gov Bill Hobby Housespeakei Dibl.ewis and Hie FBR Heat lung i common ground where yye .ire light now will br of help w tifii vye get to 1988 89 Oliver said The group Monday agreed that ttit* current spending level would he >25 ’i i billion to $2h tuition tor two years highei than previous I.BB totals or Clements V.D . billion For sale: Baby tigers, wolves and pygmy goats BASTROP (API \ Texas wildlife park has found plenty of takers uttei offering to sell baby animals Ibis is a roadside zoo, and we ye just got alt the tug animals yye eau bandit* right now We've bt rn selling our babies for the past couple of mouths.'' said owner Ted Wenk of the Wild World Mutual Park on Texas Highway VI near Bastrop According to an advertisement iii state newspapers, the park which breeds and sells wild animals, “will take anything ot value ” •We've got four tigers all J weeks old. three leopards. I weeks old four monkeys wtio range in age from 8 months to to years; two ternate hybrid wolves. ♦» weeks old; and a few baby pygmy goats Kverythmg else we had for sale has already been sold We’ve sold all our baby lions ” 'The talking parrots and pythons also are gone Nothing on the lot sells for more than $2,(MMI You can buy a tiger for $2 (MMI or less You can Dux a leopard (or $F8(M» or less Lions are the cheapest because they breed like housecats It seems like there s a glut on lions now I’ve sold lions for as cheap as $:«m>, and I think the most I ve ever gotten is atiout $F2uo,” Wenk said. Wolf cutis go for $500. monkeys for $500, the talking parrots for $ DO. and Hic pythons for as cheap as $150 “A lot of our good customers wait.” Wenk said “We have a Ira boon that s pregnant now. and we’ve got three people who want .istiatiy ” Ile tries to place the animals tie sells with other trainers and other breeders. Wenk said Other zoos seldom buy his animals, since most try to breed their own, he said And. some are tiought by wealthy individuals who just want them for their own pleasure,” he added For someone to buy a baby lion or tiger tor a pet is a bit foolish and dangerous, because someday it s going to grow up into a for (Hidable animal But people still buy them.” Wenk said Anyone can buy the animals, but most municipalities won t allow exotic pets within city limits, and they require special and expensive care, added Stanley Davidoff of Wild World Animal Hark Buyers are told how to care for animals they purchase hut atiout 90 percent of the tug cuts sold to individuals are brought hack within the first two or three years, Davidoff said “A lady comes in with her bus band and buys a little 5-pound tiger When it grows up and becomes a 500-pound cat that can kill them, they call us hack,” Davidoff said 1 DERYL CLARK and LESLIE KRIEWALDT make pictures worth a thousand words in the Hvpald-Zritung I SCS Ground cover reduces runoff By CARL ENGLERTH District Conservationist Recent mins arc like a hole in the roof, no one thinks about it until the tiole beglic- to leak Comal (’minty may not have had as much ram is the surrounding areas hut the amount of rainfall runoff vyas minimized due to management ot grasslands in the -watershed The Comal Fiver Waterbed Hood control structures received very lit tie runoff from the rains which total ed more than to inches iii some areas in the past week Very little rainfall runoff was noted iii the yvatershed because of soils and ground cove? conditions The soils in the county are gener al ly very slow to absorb water from rainfall Most of out soil takes in water at an optimum rate of non to 0 20 inch per hour therefore it you can slow the surface water move merit with vegetative mot her consei vat ion techniques, you not only ieduce erosion, but you also can catch and hold moi e water in the soil The vegetative cover is the Fest single (actor that helps improve the watei movement into oui soils Vegetative condition in the county during the fast two weeks ha been very good since this is the time when most grass plants are at then ties! tm growing conditions I snails by July most native grass plants have pro dined To percent ot their total yearly production Du the other side ot (tie picture, plants yvill also use more seater (lur mg the hot summer months During the peak consumptive use period of June through September, plants can us« up to (i 25 inch of water per day 'Therefore, water supply tm plants that have a one foot root system could begin to exhaust their seater supply iii foul days Flants having a deep root sy stem of to 8 feet and an excellent ground covet oi top growth are able to go for a long period ss it Dont rain The hest was to help plants use seater more effectively is to keep a good dense grass cover on the soil at least 50 percent of its total year s grass growth 'This may vary from plant to plant because all plants have different size of root and top growth Soil. water and plant relationships are vital to (tie proper management techniques of your land resources lf you would like to know more about your soil water, and plant resources and their relationships, contact your local Soil Conservation < )ffice Help fight the war against drugs TS (ft (ft (0 u budget proposed in February. 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