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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Rangers Unicorns football Page 8 New Braunfels 215 707 Landa New Texas 78130 USPS 377800 5126259144 Zcituno 7 A i f J Thursday November 25 Cents One 14 Pages SingALong Pet owners and related businesses should keep in mind we have a new animal control ordinance in effect and carries some pretty stiff fines and penalities while encouraging neutering people needing an animal control officer need to call the new 6299830 Please do not call the police department for an animal officer The Humane Society of New located at 1922 Kuehler is handling all licensing and permitting under provisions of their new contract with the They will also keep records as well as dispatching The new ordinance is very com prehensive and should be good for many years to come It prohibits undomesticated and wild pets from being kept in the city It also asks that motorists striking an animal notify the shelter at the earliest possible As we fines and fees await persons and businesses not comply ing with the new ordinance Neutered animals may obtain a lifetime license for S5 if they earn rabies vaccimalion certification Write the new number down It is in senice 24 hours a seven days a week Spring Branch Hermann Sons Ixxige will a gettogether Nov at J p m in Spring Branch Hall will be elected so yall come Bexar Comal Literacy Council is lucking lor more volunhtT tutors or UKprogram Tutors will work in Now Hraunfels at several locations such as and the public Tutoring ses sions are several limes each week with each tutor putting in J i hours teaching adults basic reading and writing skills The one on one ses sions are designed to help the stu dent muse at her own pace toward tlieir leanimg goals Greater self confidence increased ability tu deal with other people and the problems of daily living are jusl a part of the rewards or students and tutors Call Dittlmger Memorial Library at tii twiy to leave your name and numler VIHJ will laded by the coordinator from the Literacy office in SCIHTU and then its lime to go to work Spring Mranch Hermann Ixxlge will have get together Nuv at p m in spring Branch Hall officers will be elected so yall come iluadalupe liexar Coinal Literacy Council is looking for mine volunteer tutors for the program Tutors will work in New Hraunfels at several locations such as schools and the public library Tutoring ses sions are several times each week with each tutor putting in hours teaching adults basic reading and writing skills The oneonone ses sions are designed to help the stu dent move at his her own pace towad their learning goals Greater increased ability to deal with other people ami the problems of daily living are just Page 2 Sunshine and blue skies are on lap for South Central Texas today as temperatures will warm into the mid 80s with northerly winds around 15 mph It will be fair and cool light northeaster ly winds and a low near 54 Look for some clouds creeping in Friday with highs reaching into the low Forecasters are saying there may be a chance for rain late in the Thetfcnu GUWJFttP CiQSSKOiD 1113 Texas voters approved most crucial economic development proposals The MidTexas Symphony Choir is recruiting prospective choral performers to jom m time tor the holiday The choir will be performing selections trom Handels The Messiah during the Traditional Christmas Concert at the Civic Pictured aiove are Margaret Hanenberger Judy Baker Rayna Wtison iront ielt to right ana Evon Hottmann and Louis rerearsmg a selection tor an upcoming In terested persons can contact Barbara Cole choral chairman at 6256262 or Man dies of heart attack after fighting with parents AUSTIN APi Voters approved the most important bond proposals in the Build Texas economic develop ment House Speaker Gib Lewis Included in the four Build Texas constitutional amend ments that passed out of eight proposed is the sale of up to billion in general obligation bonds to build cor rectional and mental health fund water pro jects and lure the federal super collider research pro ject Texans rejected four other proposals that included another S525 million in general obligation with million of that in bonds for local public works and million for promoting private enterprise They seern to have picked the ones i proposals i they felt affected them Lewis said Wednesday All the real critical bond proposals pass ed The whole package was touted by a bipartisan com mittee as the key to creating nearly new jobs and increasing statewide income by almost S6 Among the Build Texas supporters were Gov Bill Clements and Lt Gov Bill who initiated several of the proposals Bexar County Judge Tom chairman of the Build Texas Committee that campaigned for the amend ments blamed the failure of two bond proposals in part on the recent stock market crash Vickers and Hobby also said voters may not have understood the amendment authorizing bonds for local public works Communities would have repaid state loans used for local projects like Vickers Build Texas Committee spokesman Frank Griffis said the group also was not able to raise enough money to campaign effectively statewide on all the The committee raised less than of the it had hoped to spend on a statewide he Opponents of the package said they are glad at least part o it failed We will pay for these bonds with super Texas Libertarian Secretary Gary Johnson With percent of the precincts those ap proved were Amendment authorizing the sale of up to million in general obligation bonds for the super collider project In favor or Against or Amendment authorizing up to S500 million in general obligation bonds for youth correction centers and mental health In favor or Against or per Amendment authorizing up to million in general obligation bonds for water In favor or Against or Amendment removing the constitutional prohibi tion against loans of public money to private individuals and corporations In favor or per cent Against Defeated were Amendment authorizing up to S400 million in general obligation bonds for local public works In favor 40 Against 60 percent Amendment to allow public money for turnpikes and toll In favor or Against Amendment authorizing up to million in general obligation bonds to promote small new products and agricultural In favor or Against or Amendment providing a local property tax ex emption for property temporarily in the In favor or Against or A 41 sear old man died early Tues day morning at McKeima Memorial Hospital tfer lighting with his parents and grappling with Texas Uanger Preliminary that John Burnett died ot heart failure according to Lt Fehv An autopsy has Uvn order til barrens parentwent to the door nl Hanger morn ing for assistance As Martinez walk ed to the front door of the located m the block of Clear Warren emerged and wrestl ed with the officer After handcuffing Mar tinez detected he was having difficul ty breathing An ambulance was summoned and died at the hospital More state funds for MHMR urged By SARAH DUKE Stall Writer Local families of mentally retarded individuals told state representatives here earlier this week that they want more from the state in terms of vocation training and respite care for their Community members also ex pressed fear of losing existing ser vices at the Comal County Mental Health Mental Retardation Training Center because of shor tages of funds The superintendent of the Austin State School and a group of his support personnel were in town Tuesday to gain public input for a sixyear plan for the school which handles mentally retarded persons from Comal County and the surrounding area Billy Ray superintendent of the said he wants to make longterm plans for making men tally retarded persons active par ticipants in the community State funding is the he said I know that out of this number of local families with mentally retarded there are probably a number of parents who are getting up in years and would like to see their children placed somewhere before they die and leave the state and the child in a Stokes To were not dealing realistically with outofhome resident Were still not allotting enough money for outofhome Stokes said there is a need for supervised apartments and other facilities to house mentally retarded individuals who are capable of living on their See Page 2 Water recreation district work begins By DAVID MAY Stall Writer Mcmixi oi Comal s Com nussioners Court alter county voters luesday overwhelmingly approved creation of a wateroriented recrea tion realue Austins lawmakers will le watching the district closely for successor failure The which will levy user fees on water related services and is the lirst of its kind m Texas and other areas of the stale facet with identical tourist related problems are reportedly interested increating similar The key now to the districts suc cess largely in the seven people who after being appointed by the will serve on the board of directors It will be appropriate to not only appoint people interested in but who can devote their time and talents to the said Commis sioner Jumbo Kvans Both Kvans and County Judge Fred Clark expressed their pleasure in passage of the district during Tuesdays special elections The local question passed by better than a 21 to and carried in each of the 24 voting precincts We are going to move directly on said Clark Commissioners were expected to discuss during regular session today timetables and board member 1 think it is real important at the beginning to select people that have the time and interest to set up management of the district in a pro per way so that it become an entity to Page 2   

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