New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 14, 1987, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 14, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Herald /mtung New Fe rn '4 198/ Page 3A Crossword ACROSS I Elite 5 Procreated 9 Strode 14 Porch 15 Go by train 16 Agave 17 Oxpeckers 19 Quarrel 20 Silkworm 21 Bug 23 Postpone 24 Injer tor 26 Watercourse 28 Thing law 29 Verse 32 Bose oil 35 I ama land 36 Victory sign 37 Time of day 38 Roused 39 Adam 40 Before 4 I Tramped 42 Mushroom 40 Inured 45 Offspring 46 Shelters 47 Most gentle 51 Innuendo 53 Part of USSR 55 Challenge 56 Shocking 58 Twill fabric 60 Re 61 Distaff .suffix 62 Hence 63 Observes 64 Betsy 65 Looker DOWN 1 Foundations 2 Access 3 Tread 4 Seaman > Fetches 6 Absterge I Advantage 8 Painted 9 Normal 10 Punny one 11 Planner 12 Mr Kazan 13 Recant 18 Ship 22 Scheduled 25 Mideast land 27 Girl pro 29 Enjoyed OO Renounce 31 Ship bottom 32 Elec units 33 I acerated 34 Money person 36 Assumes 38 Cyclones PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED County nutrition program pending state lawmakers' funding decision L. A T H ■ s A c E( R ■ Ut s! E S A C H E I C 0 v E I N E R 0 C R E W I R I I E. s I D R I P K J. N ■ R E> ■ R 0 V E s mm O 0 E A .J I N 0 O* N E WM E M B A I M i N D E J T A. P O Y ■ T Ft r> H S O R E I ■ C R A V F I E s Tj D 0 s ■ T O I L E C 0 P S E i E N J R A N T S V A G U lei OL ■ R 0 U S E P E J E R WM G R O T r 0 0 I N o\ ■ P Ft 0 I ,0 M A ■ I 1 K ’E D rn 0 E R A L A R I R A T O rn • s E E n [e N y I S A T y ‘r rn G E I s 39 Covenant 4 1 Garden tool 42 Card game 44 Cower 45 Filters 4 7 Scotch garb 48 Each 49 Attack 50 Meaning 51 Criticism 52 Moon goddess 54 Override 57 Wino s sickness 59 Golf-course area By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Legislative action in the next few months will determine whether Comal County gets a nutri tional program for low income families in August or if it must wait until October Sharon Porter, director of the Women Infant and Children supplemental food program head quartered in San Marcos, said the program is e< panding into Comal County The only question is when it will get here “If the state Legislature doesn’t approve some money we will not he there in August Porter said Friday. The earliest I can see us coming there is August and if the Legislature doesn t ap prove the money, it. will be in October County health officials have been working for months to establish a WIG office in New Braunfels As a preliminary step the Comal < nun ty Commissioners created a county funded prenatal care and well child program in April County Nurse Mary Lou Krben said the program was a prerequisite to expansion of the state an/1 federally funded WIG program While the county program is aimed at providing medical attention to qualifying clients the WK program provides nutritional education and food for pregnant an/1 nursing women infants and young children found to have a deficiency in their Hip! Persons qualifying for the program can receive coupons for such foods as infant formula, milk fruit cereal and eggs Such coupons can be used to purchase the merchandise from participating local grocers Krben described the prograr mg much more efficient than other govemrra-n’ programs like food stamps because paCsMpar cm only buy certain items and they ire the ter most needed for g/Kid health Also participant cannot receive coupons unle- thev attend nutri tional counseling and they ar/- <• < our aged to / > proper medical care Of the 42 counties in Texas without a WIT pro gram Comal County is at the top of the list a f r as nee/! Porter said She added that the I 18 en sus report stated that 20 percent of 1 ornal (o mty residents or 9,0t)0 people are it or bein *he poverty level Porter said the ’AK progr rn a be able to serve > >0 worrier ir 1 chi! lr*-expands into this t minty Porter said it is doubtful whether .tat/ t indmg will be forthcoming by \ugust >>    , ,-j pf,, gram will use federal fund to / over expense expanding into Comal Count jj ne/es--ary Federal funds are general! <, bz . * I to ad minister the program and tate funds co cr grocery bills but th/* dire/ tot aid the progr mr would rely on federal funds a , a last resort The WK’ program operating out of an Marcos serves Hays Bastrop Cal/ counties The sun Mar//> C day to expand the program The city administers ic- p flow through agen/ >    I are disbursed through in the city is reimbursed h; governments. Because of Marcos has authority rive ’he program The program expanded into Guadalupe County <hout .i year ag/) and has been swamped with ap pin ant including several pregnant women from Comal County Porter said We • ,i c a lot of people who live close by the minty line bet ween Comal and Guadalupe coun tie They / rime to the Seguin office and we have *o turn them away sh/- said adding that it is ■ I rd to fur away women a ho need help feeding then selves or their infant hut she has no choice That s why I made the f omal County appl ic a tion ber / that office in Seguin was getting so ma; people from ( ornal ( minty In fact, we re till turn rig away pregnant women she said Porter said the c omal ( aunty WK program aould te- open ir> the r aunty health off)/ es once a week We never make appl)/ants travel into another county sh/-said The program direct/)/ added that WK offi/tials ' > • thbied ta *■ leg viators including Sen .Judith /affirm and pep Kdrrujnd Kuempel to encourage ‘herr, to approve budget expenditures allowing for program ex pant real favorable to WK' They good program We got a lot -.he everybody was a d the-, felt if was a good responses Iwell and Guadaluf tv council voted Moi i into < omal Count; program acting as >rter said WK fun/ Tar/ os city offices ar the state and feder s bill paying role S? hiiHof.j sr’ r h ir 'if.' W I fro! .at dire the tor said the a tors af/out governor doe -es will ha. nost common com lading ‘he program not allow a tax in o fie cut regardless have Her add* ■ encoura 'hat sh rd prog ■ urging it he I artic W K per-sf)nnei (pants to write ck ate funds for dowing it to ex STOPPERS N/*w BraunfelsComal County Crime Stoppers program elected officers earlier this week; and discussed plans to increase program awareness throughout the county The officers elected by unanimous acclamation during Wednesday s meeting were Don Ferguson chairman si) David dr vice chairman Jim Mangum treasurer and Dub Janowsks sec rotary All officers were re elected ext ept Mangum, who replaced T L. Walker Board members said they intend to increase program awareness throughout the / ountv and plan to concentrate in the Garden Ridge Bulverde and Canyon Lake areas I think we have a very high awareness u ty. said chairman Don Ferguson But there are a few out in th/-r* iunf; > ho coo !• (ell you the program s phone*! im her Coordinator Martin Waver -aid th* < • per number 620 TIPS ha- received i lot o lately but few have provided enough rn fort for officers to a/1 on some good intern at received on an incident in S< hertz Ma vc the board, referrmg to a tip provided oi ti ■■ Dills rer efiiiv me4 yr re of a f aine* op#*ra! ioi ( urr^nfly thfcre is $fj fiijf) dollars The p make anv payoffs on conner lion with the bust rat ingout of Houston 'ward fund of more than am has not been able to -mat ion provided Mayer -.aid earlier that <i 'ip recently assisted ew Braunfels Police in the arrest of a man and •o juvenile-- operating a large burglar, ring that lived numerous thefts rn the < ny The- adult was da led in district court but the informant never of a still unidentified woman found n i * u along Interstate 3f> April *. (vert reeontacted th \1 ■ nr s 5 id e program I 0 claim a reward \ ULper t nam/-/! n ti < mor nu is t v - ar f rime Stopp/ ms a private iv funded non profit rested on an outstanding warrant from K ex ar assn/ tat ton pa of up to $1 xx) for ( aunty by a Coma! (ountv ir '--tigator and anonymou! mf’ urination that leads to fhe arrest sr hertz police department otfu er --.••• ie nt tv and grand jurv conviction of persons committing of the victim still is not kn/» i md th* t i ■ s not any felony erin . * - int 0 r rn a n t a ho are (den? if led ti*-en cleared t/v numbers < • PE la-, or nigh’ and The program pai Governor says revenue estimate leaves Texas with a 'fiscal mess' At SHN \P After getting a preview of the latest estimate on state income. Gov Bill Clements described th** state’s budget crisis as a “fiscal mess '* < dements met for two hours Thursday with Comptroller Boh Bullock who is preparing a new official revenue estimate for the special legislative session that begins Tune 22 Clements said the estimate will he lower than it was in January This whole fiscal mess that we have here which I inherited, is not good t 'laments said The estimate is lower than I had anticipated The economic health and the budgetary problems that we re contented With here are far worse than anyone anticipated ” Clements said Bulk* k who must issue an income forecast for lawmakers said he would release the exact figures today and the total will he down from the $35 I billion 1988-89 projection issued in January I think the entire situation in state government from January, December of last year when the deficit wasn’t taken care of is a much worse situation than I would have dreamed of at that time ” Bullock said Bullock in January projected a $4 8 billion revenue shortfall for 1988-89 and a $1 billion deficit being left at the end of the current fiscal year on Aug 31 To tell you the truth he • Clements inherited a real had situation Bullock said How would you like to inherit a billion dollar debt'* That s what the man did It doesn't seem quite fair After all, he had no part of it Vet that’s something that has to be taken care of ” he added Despite the had news Clements said he still doesn't think the legislature should increase taxes by more than the $2 9 billion that would be raised by continuing last year’s temporary” sales and motor fuel tax hikes I think we can make the issue come together without anv basic change,” the governor said He also said he thinks the economy and state’s fiscal health will improve eventually “As a matter of fact, there is an in duration that we’re going to turn around here and that we're on the way back up But it s not going to be easy and it s not going to be quick. 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