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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10A New Texas June 1991 State Governor signs bill AUSTIN AP Legislation to expand drug treatment of some touted by backers as a shortterm answer to sonic of the states criminal justice was signed into law Saturday by Ann drug treatment bill would establish in Texas five most fopulous counties a program to screen criminal offenders for drug and alcohol abuse prob lems and provide A statewide coordinator would oversee the treat ment programs in Tarrant and El Paso The Texas Department of Criminal Justice also would be required to commit state prison beds within the next four years for intensive drug and alcohol This is the to our criminal justice Theres nothing else that is more said Ted the bills when it passed the Senate late last More than 85 percent of the inmates entering the state prison system admit to having some problems with substance officials Victim hails sentence HOUSTON AP A rapist received the maxi mum 99 years in bringing a sigh of relief from the victim who had distributed thousands of fliers depicting a composite police sketch and the This man is a Justice has been This is the 40ycar old victim said through tears Friday after Damon Lcc Wood was His Paula Sue had turned in her 20yearold son after she saw one of the fliers dis tributed in the She testified that her son suffered from mental Jurors in State District Judge Jay Burnetts con victed Wood after 40 minutes of deliberations Fri Burnett imposed the sentence that will keep Wood behind bars at least until Spirited tabby This female domestic shorthaired called Bobbie because of her is available for adoption at the New Braunfels Animal The spirited 2monthold tabby loves to Bobbie and other pets can be adopted for a fee at the 1920 Kuehler The fee for a female and for a male includes rabres and fouror sixway worming and the surgical fee for altering the Shelter hours are 10 to 4 Wed nesday and 10 to 5 Monday and noon to 5 Notion Astronauts held for more testing EDWARDS AIR FORCE AP Four of Columbias seven astronauts will spend a dizzy week spinning in a rotating pedaling exer cise bikes and zooming sideways on a sled now that their shuttle is back on Through the postflight which continues scientists hope to learn more about the effects of zerogravity during long space If we as a nation decide to continue to put people in space and send them to we need to understand what weightlessness docs to project scientist Mel The research required NASA to kill half the shuttles 29 rats and many of its jellyfish after Fridays landing at this Mojavc Desert military said National Aeronautics and Space Administration spokeswoman Jane Bus wreck injures 36 people AP A bus chartered to carry passengers from Dallas to a wedding in New Jersey ran off a ramp leading to Interstate injuring at least 36 two authorities said Dickson police said early today that details of how the accident occurred laic Friday night were still but one passenger told a hospital administrator that the bus skidded off the Interstate 40Tcnncssce 46 exit ramp into a Dickson is about 35 miles from Another 12yearold Kendall of said he woke up on a grassy median beside the exit Carter is the grandson of Robert Bar one of the two drivers of the chartered Carroll Tours bus from I felt bumps and I just woke I couldnt sec anything but Carter Carter climbed to safety when the bus came to a stop on a hill on the other side of the To show just how much we appreciate your busi ness we are having a Customer Appreciation You can save a big pile of money on advertis ing your business in the Herald during our price Issue Date July 12th Copy Deadline July 5th Call us today New Braunfels Zeifung 6259144 World Troops evacauted from volcano area Philippines AP A huge fissure cracked Mount Pinatubo and the erupting volcano was building up to a catastrophic scientists said Thousands of people in nearby towns tried dcsjxTatcly to lice their The last troops patroll ing Clark Air 10 miles from the were and depen dents of base personnel were ordered to return to the United Defense Secretary Fidel Ramos said lens of thousands of people would be evacuated from three nearby cities starting but thousands of people would not They piled into trucks and any oilier means of transport they could find lo try to towns near the The region has also been hit by winds and rains generated from a typ and earthquakes triggered by the volcanic eruptions shook the main Much of the exodus was blocked because of roads flcxxlcd by a damaged bridges and volcanic ash piled more than a fcxt deep on the Subic home to the largest naval base in the was on the edge of the danger but offi cials said here was no immediate plan to Large amounts of ash rained on the Subic kiuxkirig oui electric power and disrupting Winds and rain from Typhxn Yunga can led ash as far as Our new Super Money Market Account Think of it as a 5stage rocket for your money Up 10 and W 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