New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 6, 1987, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 06, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas State Friday November 6 1987 Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Page 7A Pari-mutuel in the blocks after vote Small town sees economic windfall as horses turn into Texas commodities with legalization of Texas races MANOR Texa* Al* Phis week s elections mean big chances for this commumtv of 1.2D0 east of Austin where Manor Chamber of Commerce President And) Norton had said you can ***** the whole thing in 2 minutes With voter approval of the statewide referendum on race track gambling the owners of Manor Downs one of the state s few existing horse tracks sav thev plan to tie among the first to seek a pan mutuel license \nd Xustin voters dei i<i**q to move th«*tr airport from the city s east * Ie to Manor The airport is to tx* built on a t USO ai re site east of Manor Manor which for years ha* tx***n pro]e\ ted as the most likely location for Austin s airport I' a different place since Tuesday With or without the airport the Manor area wa* in for some I g changes said Ned Mel donald exes 'utive director of the private Northeast X*** tailor and Manor City Administrator Mike Hamer Austin is really whether thev realize it or not ting Manor in a nice position economically J• r the several years Hamer said Mi l*or.ald prefer* to think of the planned airpor a* Austin * airport or '.he Manor air^-rt t ut a* a put vext regional a the airport w iii too* Manor hr n*>rt for all of Central Texas The effc* and of legalized betting at Manor D 'b hi gin Taylor and Krugerville as we said Miner.- r of Manor D>wn* and ’he air;-*amr time will mean the rebirth of a o *mmur. • v he *.« I of Manor wr ere Ii. estimated that To percent of the residents have low to moderate incomes With the support of Austin and other governments the Texas Highway Commission last spring raised the priority of the proposed expansion of four lane I' S 290 to a six-lane freeway with frontage roads between I S 18.1 and KM 973 Highway department spokesman Mark Ball said Wednesday that the plans probably would be modified to extend the new freeway slightly taking it virtually to the entrance to the new airport Construction on I' S .no probably will t>egin within five years he said Ctilities also have been laid toward Manor from Austin about lo mile* away Much of a Shoo million bond issue approved by Austin voters in 1985 was for water and sewer line* for the northeast section of the county near Manor A 12 million gallon reservoir on I S 290 approved by Austin voters in 198.: i* nearing completion to serve already planned housing *ub divisions It will be an accelerator to all these other ai livitie* McDonald said of th** new airport Industrial recruitment will not be needed Hamer said I think they ll be standing at the doorstep and we ll be in the unique position of selec ting which businesses locate in Manor he said un th** oilier side ot Hie coin we stand to lose some of the privacy we have enjoyed Hamer said We re going to be urbanized rather than ruralized Norton th** <. ham ber president expec Is .and in and around Manor t<> f«e the first arena of activity I can see land pru es est aiating but I don immediate busine** boom Norton said portumtv for people to do really well It s port unity for people to »os** their shirts He doubts that Manor it**-,f will change I truly believe it will be 'tx* *ame town Norto said We re no’ going to get that muc h bigger W 3fi It s an op also an op though Breeders with pari WKATHKRFt*RD Texas Al* Vs s»**n as it bec ame clear that pan muturi tletting had hem approved not only statewide but for Harker i *<unt> the co-owners ut Trinity Mea*k<w * Ka* e C ourse t«egan making p«an» Jimmy Hr xii es and Jack Johnson said they plan to apply tor a pern.it a* wain as possible and prepare the 'rack for a large number of visitors » \p*x ted to attend the racing events Hee a use pan muturl passed at the 'tate level lur sd av and local voters .*i*proved tbr option large race racks may tw estal»llsbrd nrar Houston * an Antonio atkl Dallas i *rt Worth a bete the measure won overwhelming approv a1 Hair tracks in smaller counties * ac h as Harker t ounty just we*t of Fort Worth that appr\n«x1 the Im a1 pl ion alw> mas have pan mutuel I*ettmg but will likely have shorter f ac mg sea wens A stale racing cot omission to tie ai»panted by »tov Hill Clements wilt have lo approve trac k permits in the counties that opted fnr he*ting We ii mimed lately g» »q*ply for a pan mutuel I IC ens** for a (lavs 2 trac k Bradley said We ii make general improvements bkt improve the grandstand put in truing win do** improve the parking Hr ad lev is lunk mg forward to tin1 o^tefiing say mg hr antic ipates tie tnaiHl tor training fac ilities rn Harker * ounty to inc nrase threefold We re going to get the hors*** from oklahoma laamuna and Arkansa* hr said It * not just Texas that * going to stay home we re going to get diem from other stales Die track near Weatherford is one of marl) that have had racing for many years but without legalized gambling Statewide tile question of legalized race track gambling won approval , owners gear up -mutuel passage from ST percent of the voter* or Til* * day The local optHm proposition car Tied bv I HOI vote* in Harker ( our.IV but an erroneous report by . ountv of fiends made it appear It wa* he a lee* for defeat Harker t ounty official* were an nouncing toth to the media and the sex retarv of state s office th* vote* on a jail bond r.o thin as th** vote* for lex al ladling option Thev itdn t discover their mistake until Wed ne* day Hrupwornts of legalize*! gatnbhng say keeping horse and dog racmg ir the state will bring in millions ut dollars anet prov ide I elans hundred* of J««r>s that had previously gone to neighboring states that allowed race track betting Horse trainer sally pike *a>* sh* has travelect everv year to New M#*x leo lo pursue her career in the horse racing business We have to move to New Mrxkt everv summer whet* we c an mas* more m<>nev she said The purses are bigger there M* Hike said sh** was earlier urn erlam of lh** final results of Tue* day s election concerning the racing t**ue because of what she called a misinformation campaign wagt*d bv opp*»nents \t first I thought it would win by a ic*« Hut a* tfa- campaign went on I didnt know what wa* going to hap pen *he said A ou heard so much from both *ule* The thing that really sh** k* me ;* the ignorance on the subject Weatherford resident I an»l Davis sa;d she ats*» wa* unsure on how mu* ti support th** pan mutuel issue would rex rive from Texas voters Ms Davis said she and tier hu> band train race hors*** and were planning to move to louisiana if th** ts'ue hacln t pa v*e*1 h inane tally we need pan mutuel to stay here I ve lived here all my lite tcut nu first love is f)or*>t*s she Republican candidate calls for ethics reform AUSTIN AP — If a public of ficial s holdings pose a conflict of interest divestment and not a blind trust is the way to solve the problem says a Railroad Com mission candidate who wants stricter ethics and campaign finance laws "It s difficult for me to understand how a blind trust can be truly blind if you know what went into if in the first place.” Kd Kmmett told a Thursday news conference ‘ Really the blind trust is nothing more than a mask Kmmett a Republican running for the seat now held by Democratic Commissioner Jim Nugent said commissioners should be prohibited from accepting funds from parties in cases pending before them as well a.* from holding sttx'k in companies regulated by the commission It ***ems the public is largely unaware that we have a major flaw in our ethics and campaign finance laws Kmmett said He said it doesn’t make sense to forbid parties to discuss a pending case with a commissioner while allowing them to make contributions to the commissioner s cam paign I still support them not being allowed to go in and talk to a com missioner specifically about an issue that s pending he said That same person though that s prohibited from discussing the issue is allowed to host a fun draiser and contribute money to a commissioner and that to me is just wrong he said Commissioners also are pro hibited from owning railroad stock under what Kmmett called an antiquated law The law doesn't say anything about owning stock in oil and gas companies or trucking com panies and the railroad commission regulates oil and gas and trucking It doesn’t even regulate railroads an\ more in an economic w ay he said Nugent said he sold his oil am gas holdings when he joined the commission on which he has served since January 1979 The it cumbent also said he does no‘ solicit contributions from people he knows have pending cases We do not know w hether or no* someone who makes us a con tnbution has a pending case Nuger.t said I would not want to limit contributions anyone can make to a candidate The commmission should change its policy and the 1989 Legislature should toughen the laws for the commissioners and other • quasi-judicial state of finals he said Kmmett is executive director of the Texas Association to Improve Distribution a shipping association Also running as a Republican for Nugents seat is Ralph Hoelscher a Tom Green County farmer and rancher Reimer says referendum a victory By DAVID VAY SUH Writer t ounty Attorney Hill Reimer said passage Tuesday of Amendment 14 providing the state with a limited right to appeal certain court rulings showed Texans were tired of hav ing their rights as victims ignored Reimer and a staff of volunteers worked many hours assembling news setters that went to some 22 OOO households throughout the county in support of the measure The referendum was a big winner statewide carrying by a 2 1 margin and was an even bigger winner local .v carrying belter than 4 I by a vote of k ** Do I **32 I wa* very pleased said Reimer The p*x»ple of Comal Coon tv said they were tired of coddling criminals and spoke quite af firmativelv The county prosecutor said he received more than 50 phone calls Tuesday from voters asking for clarification Amendment 14 pro vides criminal prosecutor* with a right to appeal certain pre trial and post trial ruling* He *aid many people still had not realized Texas was the last 'tate that did not carry such a constitutional pros tsion Eye Openers By Or. Henry Hull THE PARTIALLY SIGHTED C bat does it ^ear /.hen someone is partially sighted' a a person is partially sighted when acuity can only Pe corrected to a minimum o‘ 20 70 That is even with corrective enses that person sees at 20 *eet what a person with normal vision sees at 70 *eet When vision is or y rorrectipse to 20 200 or ess and or a held o* vision o*20 exists that person s ega^ybnnd One in 20 Americans >s partia y sighted improved low .isiQnaids however can give many partially sighted peof e Petter functions vision There is a whole range ot t^es:opic enses microscopic enses hand-held and mounted magnifiers ana especia - y designed reading erses with powers not available in con .en ti on a1 e>eg asses The partially sighted and egairy blind are entitled to specia services from the Library of Congress too Such as *arge print books and talking books Brought to you as a community service by Dr. Henry Hull 147 Fredericksburg Rd    625    5716 r Thoughtful Planning Something Different Just when you expected more of the same! 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