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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas Crossword June 1967 ACROSS 1 Elite 5 Procreated 9 Strode 14 Porch 16 Qo by train 16 Agave 17 Oxpeckers 19 Quarrel 20 Silkworm 21 Bug 23 Postpone 24 Injector 26 Watercourse 28 Thing law 29 Verse 32 Rose oil 35 Lama land 36 Victory sign 37 Time of day 38 Roused 39 Adam 40 Before 41 Tramped 42 Mushroom 43 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 62 Hence 63 Observes 64 Betsy 65 Lboker DOWN 1 Foundations 2 Access 3 Tread 4 Seaman 5 Fetches 6 Abslerge 7 Advantage 8 Painted 9 Normal 10 Funny one 11 Planner 12 Kazan 13 Recant 18 Ship 22 Scheduled 25 Mideast land 27 Old pro 29 Enjoyed 30 Renounce 31 Ship bottom 32 units 33 Lacerated 34 Money person 35 Assumes 38 Cyclones County nutrition program pending state lawmakers7 funding decision 39 Covenant 41 Garden tool 42 Card game 44 Cower 45 Filters 47 Scotch garb 48 Each 49 Attack 50 Meaning 51 Criticism 52 Moon goddess 54 Override 57 Winos sickness 59 Golfcourse area By SARAHDUK6 Sfaff Wf Her Legislative action in the next few months will determine whether Coma County gets a nutri tional program or lowincome families in or If it must wait until Sharon director of the Infants and Children supplemental food program head quartered in San said the program is ex panding into Comal The only question Is when it will get If the state Legislature doesnt approve some we will not be there in Porter said The earliest I can see us coming there Is August and If the Legislature doesnt ap prove the it will be in County health officials have been working for months to establish a WIC office in New As a preliminary the Comal Coun ty Commissioners created a countyfunded prenatal care and wellchild program In County Nurse Mary Lou Erben said the program was a prerequisite to expansion of the state and federally funded WIC While the county program is aimed at providing medical attention to qualifying the WIC program provides nutritional education and food for pregnant and nursing infants and young children found to have a deficiency in their rlipf Persons qualifying for the program can receive coupons for such foods as infant cereal and Such coupons can be used to purchase the merchandise from participating local Erben described the program las be ing much more efficient than other government like food because partic pants can only buy certain items and they are the items most needed for good partic pants cannot receive coupons unless they attend nutri tional counseling and they are encouraged t seek proper medical Of the 42 counties in Texas without a WIO pro Comal County is at the top of the list as far as Porter She added that the 195 cen sus report stated that 20 percent of Comal County or are at or below the poverty Porter said the WIC program will be able to serve 550 women and children when it expands into this Porter said it is doubtful whether state fi nding will be forthcoming by She said the pro gram will use federal funds to cover experses of expanding into Comal County if Federal funds are generally to be used minister the program and state funds New BraunfelsComal County Crime Stoppers program elected officers earlier this week and discussed plans to increase program awareness throughout the The officers elected by unanimous acclaimation during Wednesdays meeting were Don chairman David vicechairman Jim treasurer and Dub All officers were reelected except who replaced Board members said they intend to increase program awareness throughout the county and plan to concentrate in the Garden Bulverde and Canyon Lake I think we have a very high awareness inj the ci said chairman Don But I bet there are a few out in the county who couldnt even tell you the programs phone Coordinator Martin Mayer said the Crimb Stop per has received a lot f calls but few have provided enough information for officers to act Some good informal n was received on an incident in Mayr told the referring to a tip provided on th death of a still unidentified woman found in a along Interstate April A suspect named in the anonymous tip as ar rested on an outstanding warrant from Bexar County by a Comal County investigator and Schertz police department but the identity of the victim still is not known and the case las not been The program paid some longdistance phone Governor says revenue estimate leaves Texas with a fiscal mess7 AUSTIN AP After getting a preview of the latest estimate on state Bill Clements described the states budget crisis as a fiscal Clements met for two hours Thurs day with Comptroller Bob who is preparing a new official revenue estimate for the special legislative session that begins June Clements said the estimate will be lower than it was in This whole fiscal mess that we have which I is not Clements The estimate is lower than I had The economic health and the budgetary problems that were confonted with here are far worse than anyone Clements who must issue an income forecast for said he would release the exact figures today and the total will be down from the billion 198889 projection issued in I think the entire situation in state government from December of last year when the deficit wasnt taken care of is a much worse situation than I would have dreamed of at that Bullock Bullock in January projected a billion revenue shortfall for 198889 and a billion deficit being left at the end of the current fiscal year on To tell you the he Clements inherited a real bad Bullock How would you like to inherit a billiondollar debt Thats what the man It doesnt seem quite After he had no part of Yet thats something that has to be taken care he Despite the bad Clements said he still doesnt think the Legislature should increase taxes by more than the billion that would be raised by continuing last years temporary sales and motor fuel tax I think we can make the issue come together without any basic the governor He also said he thinks the economy and states fiscal health will im prove As a matter of there is an in dication that were going to turn around here and that were on the way back But its not going to be easy and its not going to be Clements The governor said he and Bullock discussed how much money would be raised under two proposals lawmakers are expected to consider a voterapproved cent sales tax increase strictly for prisons and creation of a state lottery that could raise an estimated million to million in the first two years of Affordable Gas Appliances SLIDEIN OH FREE STANDING GAS RANGE GAS DRYER AMtQffltMe ignition elirainste pilot esmwini rofttiQ PfetlftW aljio enamel tinfsh ovan WAS N0W noo SAVE iO Phone HvraldZeitung I USPS 3778001 Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New ffmunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landn or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfeis Herald Publishing at New DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIM WEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LA WRENCE Office Manager SANDIHUTTER Retail A d ve rtising Manager CHERYL McC AMP BELL Classified Manager CAROL AVERY Circulation Manager MA GGIE L OMBARDO Composition Foreman GUSELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANAOVERSTREET City Editor WANDALASATER Lifestyles Editor TOMLABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates applicable sales taxi Carrier delivery in Comal Blanco ana Kendall counties three six one year Senior Citizens Discoun carrier delivery SWF months one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three six one outside Texas six 57ft If you have not received you newspaper by through gr ty md 11 to Dmiwet New o ad cover gram arcos lalupe grocery but the director said the pn would rely on federal funds as a last The WIC program operating out of San ft serves Caldwell and The San Marcos City Council voted Mon day to expand the program into Comal The city administers the acting as a flowthrough Porter WIC funds are disbursed through San Marcos city offices and the city is reimbursed by the state and federal Because of its billpaying San Marcos has authority over budgetary changes in the the program expanded into Guadalupe County about a year ago and has been swamped with ap including several pregnant women from Comal Porter We have a lot of people who live close by the county line between Comal and Guadalupe coun They come to the Seguin office and we have to turn them she adding that it is hard to turn away women who need help feeding themselves or their Infants but she has no Thats why I made the Comal County applica because that office in Seguin was getting so many people from Comal In were still turning away pregnant she Porter said the Comal County WIC program would be open in the county health offices once a We never make applicants travel Into another she The program director added that WIC officials have lobbied state including Judith Zaffirlnl and Edmund to en courage them to approve budget expenditures allowing for program Everybody was real favorable to They said they felt it was a good We got a lot of good she The WIC director said the most common com ment from legislators about funding the program was that if the governor does not allow a tax In all services will have to be cut regardless of their Porter added that she and other WIC personnel have encouraged program participants to write their legislators urging them to allocate funds for continuing the thereby allowing it to ex pand into Comal bills recently incurred in connection with the bust of a cocaine operation operating out of there is a reward fund of more than The program has not been able to make any payoffs on information Mayer said earlier that a tip recently assisted New Braunfeis Police in the arrest of a man and two juveniles operating a large burglary ring that solved numerous thefts in the The adult was indicted in district but the informant never recontacted the program to claim a Mayer Crime a privately funded nonprofit 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