New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 5, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 05, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Rangers vs. Unicorns football preview, Page 8 New Braunfels ilV Vol 134 No 215 blanda St Ne* Braunfels Texas 78130 <USPS 377-800 *12-625-914 Thursday November 5. ^987 25 Cents One Section 14 Page' Pel owners ami related businesses should keep in mind we have a new animal control ordinatKe rn effect ami carries Mime pretty stiff fines and penalities while encouraging neutering Also j**»>p|e muling an ar :rr al control officer nt*ed to call the ne* number 629 9K10 Please <to not <. all the police department for an animal officer The Mu ma rn* s«* lets of New Braunfels located at 1«22 K>id cr street is handling all licensing ami permitting under provisions of th* r ne* contract with the ct'y They * ll! also Keep records «*» a ell av dispatching officers The rn** ordinal* c is \er\ com prebendve and should be g*■ *1 many years to come It prohibit" undomesticated ami wild {*»*!•> from tieing Kept in the city It also a"k" that motorists striKmg an animal notifv tin- shelter at the earliest pi»ssih!e convenience Vs *«• v,iitl fir**" and fee*- a* a ! arsons ami businesses rn f corv,j iv mg aith the ne* ordinals «• Neuter til animals may obtain a lifetime license for I > if thr\ l arry rattles vaccination tertifu .ition Write the ne* numt*er town It *s sn service .'4 flours a dav seven 1av> a *eeK spring Branch Hermann Sons l*«!ge ITT Alii have a get together N«tv IJ at .pm in Spring Brat* h Hail Officer! will be elected so va ll ct ane most crucial economic Guadalupe Hex ar » oina! Literacy ( oom ii is It• >King for more volunteer tutors for tin program Tutors *»ll aoik in Ne* Braunfels at several 1*» at h>Us so* h as st hot tis ami the put*!ii library t utoring *es cions are several times each week Aith each tutor putting iii 2 h<*urs teaching adults bain reading and Anting skills The * toe on one s**s skins are designed to tielp Itie "IU tlenl move at his her oaii pace to*I'd their learning goats Greater sell confidence im reused •at»iiit> lo ileal Aith oilier people and tile problems of daily bv trig are just See ST AMMTISCH Page I -- sunshine and blue skies are on tap for south Central lev as today as temperatures Atli a arm into the* mid nos a itll northerly *imls around IS mph It Atli tie lair amt emit tonight light northeaster Iv a mils ami a lo a near 34 Ixjok for some clouds creeping in Friday Aith highs reaching into the lo* nos I- orec aster s are saying there may tie a chance for rain late in the weekend Th* Menu CLASSI? IC D    ll    13 COMICS    IO CROSSWORD    3 KALEIDOSCOPE SCRAPBOOK    b SPORTS    «    9 TELEVISION LOG    IO WEATHER    ? Sing-A-Long Texas voters approved Guadalupe Belar Icanal Literal) t oumti ss a Making for more volunteer tutor" for th* pf grar rotors Alii * or k n Ne* Br aor lei" at "ever ai lea at kilts such as vt**.,' arn! the pu>ik library Tutoring se* snais are several time" e,», h Ais » Aith each tutor putting in . hours teai tong adults t a".> fe,» ting and Anting sg lls I fa otm *m on*- »< • skids are ii**sigfa*d to tselp the stu •lent move at his tier own pa-1 to* afd their teaming goats tiffitff self conftifetu e im teased at: I its to leal Aith other jws*pi* and the prig de ms of daiiv living are jus? a part of ti*- re a afd" for student" and tutors i ail IhtUinge? Memorial Library at €23 hs; v to i«*ave vamr Hallie am! ii under Nm, alii f* on tai ted bv |f*e coordinator f rot ti lh#* Literacy office in V* hertz arni tfien st s time iii go ti ao; » I he* M*d Te*»as Sv’ph >r , Chon -s 'ecfuitmg J rospPCtive chord* performers to o*» *n time tor the holiday season The hot? a ii l* pe?forming selections from Mande s 7he Messiah during the T? aditio na1 Christmas Coru^'t at the Civic Center * * lure J st *j <<* an* rtaryaret “a'lenDerQe* v ady Bake? nay na • • SC *fv rd row ♦•**. ti r .ght cif J fc vor    n a' -J toes Haass rehearsing a selection for an upcoming concert In- *f. j po*sons a* onta * Barbara C >‘e chore* ha if man development proposals \ SHN \F* Voters approved the most important bond proposals in the Build Texas economic develop merit package House spewer f,|p    says In* laded in the four Build Texas constitutional amend-mei,*' ’hat passed out of eigh’ proposed is the sale of up to ll 4 billion in general obligation bonds to build cor reel tonal and mental health facilities fund water pro jects and lure the federal super collider research pro ]C*Ct Texans rejecte*1 four o»her proposals that tnduded another $525 million in general obligation bonds with I a** I n liiion of that in bonds for local public works and $125 rn Ilion for promoting urn ate enterprise The* voters seem to have picked the ones proposals they felt affected them directly la*wiS"aid Wednesday \ll the re.*! critical bond proposals pass IHI ’'he whole package was touted by a bi partisan com ii ’Os* as the key to creating nearly sc uoo rn** jobs and t;< reas g statewide nc«*me by almost $* billion Among the Bu ; : Texas supporter" were la-wis Gov Bill ( aments and Ll Gov Bill Hobby who initiated several of the proposals Bexar Hjnty Judge Tom Vickers chairman of the Bu. I Texas committee that campaigned for the amendments blamed the failure of two bond proposals in part on the r»s •tit "tot k market crash Vickers od H«*bby also "aid voters may not have under"?«**t the amendment authorizing bonds for total public * rk" Communities would have repaid state oar" a"4st *->r tai a1 projects like jail" V ic kers said Build Texa" < * mmittee spokesman F rank Gnffis said the group also was net able to raise enough money to * .paten effectively at- wide on all the proposals The r r    e»* rni"**1 ie"s ’hart P*«' GOU of the $anu it*' it had hoped *•» >p* 'v1t,n a statewide campaign he said H p**' ents of 'he package said they are glad at leas? I’d *    *., *-d We Atli pay for these bonds with super ’axes I exas Libertarian Secretary Gary Johnson said vsith 97 pe rcent of the precincts reporting those approved were Amendment I * authorizing the sale of up to $500 million in general obligation bonds for the super collider project In favor I 28b 622 votes or *>4 I percent Against 717 221 votes or35 9percent Amendment ;* authorizing up to $500 million in general <>t gallon bonds for prisons youth correction centers and rnenta. health facilities In favor 1.320.453 votes or *-j K percent Against *>H< 825 votes or 34 2 per cent Amendment 2 authorizing up to S-hxi million in general obligation bonds for water projects In favor I Sr,I r i votes or W 2 percent Against 715 977 votes or 35 H percen* Amendment 4 removing the constitutional prohibition against loans of public money to private individuals and corporation" In favor Ll ■* 092 votes or 51 8 per cent Against 9*13,lits votes or 48 2 percent Defeated were Amendment 7 authorizing up to $4<x> million in general obligation r*>nds for local public works projects In favor 789 57*2 vote" 4* percent Against I 183 881 votes <A* percent Amendment * to allow public money for turnpikes and toll mad" In favor **>■-    7    votes or 46 I percent Against 1.055 313 votes or 53 9 percent Amendment 6 authorizing up to $125 million in general obligation bonds to promote smau business new produ* *> and agricultural business In favor 938 548 votes or 46 y j»ercent Against 1.053 762 votes or AM percent Amendment ll providing a local property tax exemption for proper’) temporarily rn the state In favor 945 598 votes or 48 9 percent Against 986 608 votes or 51 I percent B , DA VIP VA v V?*M Af t?rr I ucmIjv uv*-! wheimmgiv approved creation of a watef oriented recrea lion district realize Austin s lawmakers will tie watching the district closely for success or failure I he district which will levy user hs-s »m water related servo es .mo rentals is lite first ut its kind in 1 exas and other areas of the state fated with identical tourist relaUxt problems are reportedly interestetl in creating similar districts Th#* key now to th** district s sue vess lies largely in lh** seven people wik» after tx-mg appointed bv ttw* court will serve on Hr* board of directors It will Im- appropriate to not only upiNMii! ptstple intereited in serving tkit who can devote their tune and talents to the board said t ommts stoner J L Jumbo Evans Both I vans and (ounty Judge Fred ( lark expressed their pleasure in passage of Hie district during Tuesday s special el«*ctions Tin* local *|u«*stion pass**t1 hy tk*tter than a 2 I margin 5 i?i> to 2 643 arui carried in each of ttk* 24 voting precincts VA** are going to move directly on it said Hark Commissioner* were expected to discuss during regular session today timetables and board member selections I think it is real imfxirtant at the t**ginmng to s**lcvt p»s»ple that have ttie time ami interest to set up management of the district in a pro per way so that it become an entity to STI Sec DISTRICT Page? Man dies of heart attack after fighting with parents A c4 Ah h< Mc* - ut*"    mg for assistance Vs Martinez walk ><*rt»ti    «*d to tfw* front «k*u of ’be residence his    im ated in the 12UU bun k ot c lear * ».*>    water Warren eniergevi ami wresit ed a uh the oil leer w John Burnet fa Bure arco! An autopsy h W an en s patent iii Hanger Kav M. Atte Warren M. ding ti* Lf E ehx Kmjue    tine/ delec ted    he was having .idto u is • **#*is order*‘u    ty breattung    Vs. amt>ui»ime    was rst I* tfw jour    summoned amt W a rf en tli*sj at    tfw rr that morn    hospital More state funds for MH-MR urged 8. SARAH OUR E SUH Ar der Uh al families of mentally retarded individual" told state representative" here earlier this *eek that they want more from the state in terms of vocation framing and respite tare for their c hiidren Community member* also ex press**d lear of losing existing ser \ ices at tfw C omal ( aunty Mental Health Mental Retardation Training limier fas a use of shor tages of f units The superintendent of the Vustin Male M fwml amt a group of his support personnel were in town Tuesday to gain public input for a six year plan for the school which handles mentally retarded persons from Comal County and the surrounding area Billy Hay Stokes superintendent of the school said he wants to make long term plans for making men tally retarded persons active par ticipants in the community state funding is the problem, he said I know that out of this number of its al families with mentally retarded members there are probably a nund>er of parents wh»» are getting up rn years and would oke to see their children placed somewhere before they die and leave the state and the child in a lurch stokes said "To me we re not dealing realistically with out of home resident needs We re still not allotting enough money for out of-home residents Stokes said there is a need for supervised apartments and other facilities to house mentally retarded individuals who are capable of bv mg on their own See vh MR Page IWater recreation district work begins ;

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