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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Pages New Texas June New Braunfels Mayor George Erben signs a Constitutional Proclamation of the Grand Court Order of Looking on from Ruth grand worthy counsellor Danielle member Rosalind member Margaret member and Lucille worthy Week culminates with Flag Day Fraternalists throughout the United States will again this year participate in the observance of Fraternal with emphasis given to the celebration of Flag Day on June Bill Clements on May 21 sign ed a proclamation to designate the week of June 814 as Fraternal Week and called upon the citizens of Texas to join in observing Flag Clements affixed his signature to the document in the presence of a delegtion representing Texas Frater nal an association of 42 fraternal societies which are active in Members of the delegation includ ed Amos KJT Leonard SPJST Ruth Grand Court Order of Calanthe Bar bara Catholic Life Walter Sons of Hermann Robert and Paul Lutheran Brotherhood Myron Lutheran Brotherhood Jerard Kern and Lilyari The National Fraternal Congress of of which Texas is af is a federation of 100 frater nal benefit societies with more than 10 million Each these societies observe Fraternal Week by holding special ceremonies and activities for the public in thousands of local lodges in com munities throughout the United Forming the cornerstone of Fraternal Week will be patriotic ceremonies on Flag Day to honor the flag ofthe United Clements proclamation noted that 19K7 is the Centennial year both of the National Fraternal Con gress of America and the Statue of Clements commended the frater nal representatives for their patriotism and urged all citizens of Texas to lake part in the observance by flying the flag proudly in front of their homes and workplaces and by attending the Flag Day ceremonies in their Legislative Budget Board begins revenue study AUSTIN AP Staff members from the lieutenant gover nor and speaker turn to available revenue today in Iheir preparatory sludy for the June 22 special Bob the governors budget reported Monday that the behindthescenes study of the Texas budget had found common ground in deciding the current level of state Davis told reporters Monday the 1987level of spending may be million to million above what Bill Clements and the Legislative Budget Board have been considering as the current We did not get into the 198889 Victims look ahead VICTORIA AP Despite flooding thai lefl a fool of waler in her Sarah Steelman says shes more comfortable facing the ravages of the Guadalupe River than the tribulations of the big Whats life withoul risk said vice principal of a Houston 1 feel much safer down here with the river rising than I do driving down Westheimer Road in Steelman and others returned to their homes Monday to examine weekend damage caused by the swollen which crested Synday and is expected to recede during the During the an estimated 125 homes in lowlying areas suffered flood said Victoria Fire Chief Jtenry who estimated that 30Q people their homes during the If are its what you g9 through the said Irene a retired waitress and grocery store its heart Qn rescue workers reeqyer the bpdy of WJJUe oi WPQ had peen swept iway by waters flvr the sgid Jflbtt i justice 9l the peace in pe Witt budget Davis The major dif ferences of 198889 Davis and Jim LBB ex ecutive director briefed reporters after the first meeting of staff members for the Bill House Speaker Gib Lewis and the Reaching a common ground where we are right now will be of help when we get lo Oliver The group Monday agreed lhat the current spending level would be billion to billion for two higher than previous LBB totals or Clements billion budget proposed in Davis adding the figures would be Clearly you would have to have Ihe revenue lo supporl current spen Davis He said Clements has always pro posed maintaining the current spen ding stream plus the billion available from extending the so called temporary taxes passed in Davis said he did not know when the staff figures would be taken up by Hobby and I would assume their study has been going on all he iwsy by tos river some Uostmg Sao Antoflio For sale Baby wolves and pygmy goats BASTROP AP A Texas wildlife park has found plenty of takers after offering to sell baby This is a roadside and weve just got all the big animals we can handle right Weve been selling our babies for the past couple of said owner Ted Wenk of Ihe Wild World Animal Park on Texas Highway According to an advertisement in state the which breeds and sells wild will take anything of Weve got four ail 3 weeks old three weeks old four who range in age from 8 months to 16 years two female hybrid 6 weeks old and a few baby pygmy Everything else we had for sale has already been Weve sold all our baby The talking parrots and pythons also are Nothing on the lot sells for more than You can buy a tiger for or You can buy 3 Jeopard for or Lions are cheapest because tjiey breed it seems lifee theres glut on Jiofls rye for as cheap as ajid J the most Ive ever gotten is about Wenk and the pythons for as cheap A lot of our good customers Wenk We have a ba boon thats pregnant and weve got three people who want He tries to place the animals he sells with other Irainers and other Wenk Other zoos seldom buy his since most try to breed their he some are bought by wealthy individuals who just want them for their own he For someone to buy a baby lion or tiger for a pet is a bit foolish and because someday its going to grow up into a for midable 8ut people still buy Wenk Anyone can buy the but most municipalities wont allow erotic pets within city and they require special and expensive added Stanley Psyidojf of Wilt World Animal Buyers are told hew to care for animals they but 90 percent the big cats MiyiduaJs sje tough within the first twfi pr three go the for A lady cpjmej in her rJwys mite Whffl mA tei sm caj PER YU CLARK snd make pictures worth a thousand wgrds in the scs Ground cover reduces runoff ByCAfcLENSLEfctH DisfHcf Conservationist Uecent rains are like a hole in the no one thinks about it until the hole begins to Comal County may not have had as much rain as the surrounding but the amount of rainfall runoff was minimized due to management of grasslands in the The Comal River Watershed flood control structures received very lit tle runoff from the rains which total ed more than 10 inches in some areas In the past Very little rainfall runoff was noted in the watershed because of soils and ground cover The soils in the county are general ly very slow to absorb water from Most of our soil takes in water at an optimum rate of to inch per if you can slow the surface water move ment with vegetative or other conser vation you not only reduce but you also can catch and hold more water in the The vegetative cover is the best single factor that helps improve the water movement Into our Vegetative condition In the county during the fast two weeks has been very good since this is the time when most grass plants are at their best for growing Usually by July most native grass plants have pro duced 70 percent of their total yearly On the other side of the plants will also use more water dur ing the hot summer During the peak consumptive use period of June through plants can use up to inch of water per water supply for plants that have a onefoot root system could begin to exhaust their water supply in four Plants having a deep root system of 3 to 6 feel and an excellent ground cover or top growth are able to go for a long period without The best way to help plants use water more effectively is to keep a good dense grass cover on the soil at least 50 percent of its total years grass This may vary from plant to plant because all plants have different size of root and lop water and plant relationships are vital to the proper management techniques of your land If you would like to know more about your and plant resources and their contacl your local Soil Conservalion Help fight the war against drugs o Q ft A 0 0 Q I 0 IF YOU FEEL FORTUNATE YOUR CHILD JUST SMOKES THEN YOU SHOULD KNOW MORE ABOUT Shall with Onfiirtrf Marijuana your child apathetic and Thill s Hut so is this And it causosymir rhiM tolirsc his It tfols Marijuana causes a loss of mot or coon limit Think annul that tinit vnur chili drives tinear Immtai Had imnyhV Marijuana iiftVrtsynurrhildV ivpmilurtivr syslotn as It Il ran tvcn Irai In Your daughters reproductive system ean With mari imm nuhstnii1 Marijuana also docs d aivltis are had There are other effect dniu decreased productiv tteflas impaired ut it this it in iis finthats atuti A do childs You think in to slum up with this minor impaired Mrfm Miancia mired learning ch for your chillis i If you d like inoiv intoi lem contact your IHIIII nun ijimnii in any inner anenty on drnir PARTNERSHIP FOR A DRUGFREE AMERICA i Herald Ztitung Lets be a Drug Free America 971 San Antonio Just my wu 636 Computer Software 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