Wednesday, October 7, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Forum r AfQ 4 A tad and who iw Look it flamt rMttton of Mate and ftdcral to puWtc nanccol the open mcetlnfi And look who hat bemfttted from thu Moat bullden and developers do not agree that we need to spend the additional ITyooo merely because Its We know It wont be other uses can be made of It for five more crossing guards for several vehicles and equip or a drainage For we learn that In their zealous haste to throttle the drainage group miscalculated the cost of the San Antonio and San ta Clara street The drainage trail is littered with and ugly Where Is the actual benefit Rutherfords Utopian com munity is a meritorious but in it Is At some point in this common sense must It Is beyond me and probably in line for a bum steer or golden fleece for our electerd decision makers to pay thousands of public dollars to an outoftown company to determine their We have experienced a decline In property and tax base not entirely due to the The decline and death of any society or com munity begins with To or stop normal growth leads to loss of tax increased and decay of in You certainly do not owe any other group or majority of persons a vote What you do owe us is an reasonable analysis of the facts and a decision based on the I would hope that decision does not restrain anyones trade or constitute an un compensated devaluation of anyones property Thank John Voe Real estate and parimutuel Dear In reply to the recent meetings and letters to the 1 would like to add my thoughts As a licensed Real Estate doing business In Texas for more than 20 years primarly in farms and and as a farmer and ran cher all my I have never seen the absolute nodemand for our lands here in Texas And since I have much experience on both sides of the it can be quite emphatically said that if Texas does not get parimutuel horse racing on many Texas arms and ranches will be in a very bad financial situation At there is a very large percentage o our arms and ranees on the real estate market with the owners wanting to but as it is now there are no buyers and our commodity prices equal the same level as that of while land de mand and prices are down more than 75 percent within the last two years The opponents of parVmutuel are saying just raise the taxes May 1 my you are saddling and who anything to as well as tne hiturt generation with a horri ble amount of taxes there Is never While we realite that part mutuel to not a It a step to the right direc tion for The nayMyers can offer no more than doom and gloom remember Grannys and liquor by the drink And many our taxes and jobs go to other surrounding states and There are now 35 that have It has helped their the elderly and many other worthwhile and all on a voluntary The parimutuel bill would strtclyz enforce regula something we do not have It would also create more than jobs and a farmrelated economic Impact of more than by the year ac cording to our Texas Departmnet of While some preachers are raising all the while building their own we should be building Texas with selfhelp pro Nonrtn Vogel Land and Cattle Seguin During UTOU pregame New Texas 1987 PageSA Firearm control county priority Dear David May Is to be commended for his fine 2 Firearms control law not intended or local SB 583 clearly indicates that there Is to be no discharge of any kind of firearms on 10 or less acres except in such Instances when one must protect his home from intruders This figure was arrived at because the legislators understand that stray bullets can travel vast distances In to someones home and possibly into someones heart Many homes in the Canyon Lake area have been shot into already and a great deal of our problems come from tracts in subdivisions which have 10 or less acres A 22caliber bullet can easily travel one mile and a bullet from a deer rifle can easily travel thrw for It Is the great responsibility of government to protect the safety and welfare of all the citizens It is or this reason that 1 read with great distress that the Comal Coun ty Commissioners may seek a on the Irearms control Issue during a general election next year Since when in this countrydo we allow some people to vote on whether some of the rest of us are to be allowed to be safe in our own homes and As 1 this would be a clear violation of our civil nghts A persons right to life in not negotiable and should not be contingent on whether it might in terfere with another persons pur suit of pleasure The time has come for the county commissioners to stop looking for ways to thwart the intent of SB and to make safety of the people a top priority by enacting a ef fective firearms control ordinance We have been extremely luckly so far that no one has but our luck is bound to soon run Outraged in Canyon Lake Bettv Moore Dallas police to test new openoontainer law DALLAS AP The traditional Friday night romp before the TexasOU football game could become a testing ground for the states new open container which took effect police Deputy Chief Cannaday of the Dallas Police who is leading crowd control and security preparations for the annual said officers will issue citations to drivers they see Itll be just like a traffic Cannaday said of the which made drinking and driving a Class C will be permitted to drink and so long as do so in the right direc with the proper frame of mind and without Everyone in the rally parade must walk in the same counterclockwise and dawdlers will be encouraged to move along by the 450 police and reserve officers who will lie on duty Cannaday Foot traffic will move west on the north side of designated streets and east on the south he The moving as the continuous motion plan has been was created by police several years ago to reduce confrontations among About 15 or 20 years arrests approached the night before the University of Texas University of Oklahoma football game in the Cot ton In recent Cannaday only about 100 people have landed in jail on that par ticular Friday Were expecting about 100 arrests again this Cannaday Most of those will be for be ing drunk and In the years before police and lawmakers got in the pregame rivalry was far more raucous and When the old Baker Hotel at Commerce and Akard streets since replaced by the Southwestern Bell Towers served as mayhem it was not unusual for guests to dangle such objects as lamps and each other from the windows to incite the mob Police whose white helmets made ideal sometimes took direct hits from falling Now the police are in place every few the Baker is the crowd is less frantic at the citys street department rolls out the water wagons and begins washing down Com merce Street and anyone who is thus signal ing an end to the Merchants along Commerce Street no longer seem to fear the Friday night in cluding the downtown NeimanMarcus store and the Adolphus said they are taking no extra And at the Adolphus Barber owner Joe Bob Henderson was at a for a promotional gimmick this Last he offered Boz a sort of multicolored shavedandbraided style created by OUs AllAmerican linebacker Brian But Bosworth has graduated and now plays pro fessional Immigration grace period ends Texas AP The grace period is Immigration and Naturalization Service of ficials warned Rio Grande Valley employers Tues day that they have begun enforcing the new im migration law and have issued six citations so far in the 13state Southern The employer sanctions provision of the 1986 Im migration Reform and Control Act is designed to discourage employers from hiring illegal The law requires employers to have a completed employment eligibility form on known as the Form for all workers hired after Federal officials allowed an initial grace period so employers could get acquainted with the new but thats now said Roy Sut assistant director for investigations with the INS Harlingen District that covers seven counties at the states southern We have a dozen or so cases here were look ing Sutton said and warning cita tions will be issued to firsttime violators through May After full including will go into The INS and Border Patrol so far have issued six all in in the Southern said the Border Patrols Jerry deputy chief patrol agent assigned to the regional office in Some have taken additional time to educate employers about the new law since the beginning of the citation period on We have been kind of but were nowin an enforcement Armstrong Repeat violators under the employer sanctions are subject to fines up to for each unauthorized employee after June Sutton said employers previously cited will be subject to fines before It would have to be flat Sut ton The agency is not citing employers it has not contacted with its educational but we want the business people to know we will be issu ing Sutton GRANZINS MEAT MARKET 644 McQueeney Rd 625351O MKT MAHF JFRKM l AD CHEESE BLOO HOURS Won Sat 86 Custon Slaughtering Tues Thurs Best Beef Prices CUT AND WRAP 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