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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 3, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zetfung, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, November 3, 1991 Page SA CrosswordCounty voters go to the polls Tuesday ACROSS 1 Go foodless 5 Produce item 9 "On your way!” 14 Girder 15 Skittish 16 Likely 17 Swerve 18 Seaweed product 19 Lasso 20 Ship steerer 22 Breathless 23 Malt drink 24 Tooth 25 Known as 28 Porcupine 32 Widow 33 Particles 34 Do wrong 35 Victories 36 Future exec 37 Green stone 38 Dutch town 39 Valleys 40 Fasten again 41 Lake Winnipeg feeder 43 Rinsed 44 Holes-in-one 45 Swelling 46 Dots 49 Express resentment 53 Comparable 54 Shut in 55 " — of Green Gables" 56 Enticing one 57 Building projection 58 Head moves 59 Pays attention to 60 Stare 61 Abel's nephew DOWN 1 Angle 2 Competent 3 Author — Bellow 4 Shakes 5 Grinned 6 Mr. Masters 7 19th-century sports writer 8 Norse war god 9 Spa features 10 Wince 11 Thoroughfare 12 Poker stake 13 Boulder Dam lake 21 Foreteller 22 Surf walker 24 Entertains 25 Grovel 26 Stage whisper 27 Striped 28 Iliad author 29 Wasteland 30 Do-- 31 Avarice 33 Double agents PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED s P I K E I D o L H A sa H O M E Y N E M u ISI T A X IL k E T E Ai G A R J} E □ G O, LL S T E P I S L A N na a O E R □ C H E R E F E R E N C 0 E 6 G 0 □ I M A R E T O R T S A R~ A D O R M H o N O R a T A G E T A a E N D I M p O s' E S E D a 0 C O S T A R R E D A p a E H O I Y EJ N T R A p C E N T 0 [T T C O R A Li r S L E E A T O A L O G N E A T S I R E N D A T E S E W S E N T R Y 36 Hollows in rock 37 Concorde, eg 39 Scrooge’s creator ‘40 Slope 42 Tortured 43 Car part 45 Unbound 46 Waistband 47 Ballet move 48 Ireland 49 Make out OK 50 Soon 51 --China 52 State: suff. 54 Head cover 1 2 3 I 5 6 7 8 I 9 10 ii 12 I3 14 I 15 16 17 rn 18 19 * 20 21 SHM22 23 mr :25 26 27 28 29 30 31 CM CO * IIH33 34 I 35 ♦ ■■36 ■ 51 * 38 glH39 ■ 40 41 42 f 44 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 ■ 55 56 57 I 58 59 60 I r By MARK WARNKEN Staff Writer A proposed constitutional amendment to permit the state to operate a lottery is one of 13 proposed amendments to be decided by voters Tuesday. A toad of 1,648 people took advantage of early voting, according to Comal County Cleric Rosie Bosen-bury. That’s 5.75 of the total 28,331 county residents registered to vote in this election, she said. About 250 people cast ballots at the Courthouse Friday, the last day of early voting, she said. Early turnout was lower than the 3,500 to 5,000 voters the county clerk’s office expected. By comparison, about 7,000 Comal County voters turned out early in the state constitutional amendment election a couple years ago in which voters approved parimutuel gambling, Boscnbury said. “So I don’t what to expect on election day,” Boscnbury said. “I have no idea if people just haven’t made up their minds yet or if they are not going to turn out in large numbers.** Amendment No. 11 would permit the state lo operate lotteries and to contract with one or more legal entities to operate lotteries on behalf of the state. The amendment specifically provides that all or part of the operation of the lotteries may be delegated to private firms. Arguments in favor of the amendment include the fact that a selfsupporting lottery will generate an estimated $500 million in net revenue each year that otherwise would be raised through tax increases or new taxes. Opponents of the lottery say it would generate a relatively small part of the state’s budgetary needs, would not prevent future tax increases, and would be a highly regressive form of taxation since most tickets would be purchased by low- and middlc-income people. Amendment No. 9 also is important locally because it was included on the ballot specifically to help Comal County rancher Lawrence Stoep! cr get clear title to 60 acres of property at the Comal-Hays county line that his family has owned — or at least thought they did — for decades. Polling places 1991 Election Precincts Names and Locations 1 — Americ«i Legion Port #179, 410 W. Coll, New Braunfels. 2 — Croat Lutheran Church Activities Center, 169 S. Hickory, New Braunfels. 3 — Fire Station #2. Loop 337, New Braunfels. 4 — Comal Elementary School, Famt-lo-Markct 4S2, New Braunfels. 3 — Garden Ridge Municipal Building, 22778 Farm-lo-Market 3009, Garden Ridge. 6 — United Methodist Church Wesley Hall, entrance on Mill Street, 372 W. San Antonio, New Braunfels. 7 — Holy Family Church, CCD Center, 243 S. Hidalgo, New Braunfels. Steepler urges residents here to vote “yes" on the amendment, which would authorize the commissioner of the State Land Office to issue patents for public land held in good faith under the appearance of title for at least 50 years. A recently discovered minor clerical error made by the state land office more than I OO" years ago means Steepler's 60 acres legally still belongs to the state — even though his father bought and paid taxes on the tract as part of a 1,000-acre ranch later inherited by Stoepler and his brother. Proposition No. 9 reads: “The constitutional amendment authorizing the commissioner of the General Land Office to issue patents for certain public free school fund land held in good faith under color of title for at least 50 years.” Other propositions on the ballot are: • No. 1 — The constitutional amendment allowing home rule cities with a population of5,000 or less to amend their charters by popular vote. • No. 2 — The constitutional amendment mandating the repayment to the Department of Transportation of monies expended to assist the Texas Turnpike Authority in the construction, maintenance and operation of turnpikes, toil roads and foil bridges. • No. 3 — The constitutional amendment to authorize the Legislature to further implement and enhance the administration of the veterans' housing assistance and land programs and to expand the investment authority cf the Veterans Land Board. • No. 4 — The constitutional amendment authorizing the issuance of up to $1.1 biion in general obligation bonds for acquiring, constructing or equipping new prisons or other punishment facilities to confine criminals, mental health and mental retardation institutions, and youth correction institutions, for major renovation of existing facuities of those institutions, and for the acquisition of major repair to or renovation of other facilities for use as state prisons or other punishment facilities. • No. 5 — The constitutional amendment authorizing the exemption for ad valorem taxes of certain property in an enterprise zone. • No. 6 — The constitutional amendment creating the Texas Ethics Commission and authorizing the commission to recommend the salary for members of the Legislature and the lieutenant governor, subject to voter approval, and to set the per diem for those officials, subject to a limit. • No. 7 —- The constitutional amendment to allow the board of trustees of a statewide public retirement system to invest the funds of the system in a manner that the board considers prudent. • No. 8 — The constitutional amendment authorizing the voters of this state to consider state debt questions in the form of ballot propositions that must dearly describe the amounts, purposes and sources of payment of the debt only after approval of the propositions by a two-thirds vote of each house of the Legislature. • No. 10 - The constitutional amendment authorizing the Legislature to exempt from ad valorem taxes certain property of a non-profit corporation that supplies water or provides wastewater service. • No. 12 — The constitutional amendment to increase from 20 percent to 50 percent the percentage of Texas water development bonds previously authorized by Texas voters that may be issued for economically distressed areas. • No. 13 — The constitutional amendment election providing for the issuance of general obligation bonds not to exceed $300,000,000 to continue existing programs to provide educational loans to students, with repayments of student loans applied toward retirement of the bonds. ATTENTION CHRONIC ASTHMA SUFFERERS!! DO YOU TAKE A DAILY PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION FOR YOUR ASTHMA?? IF SO, YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE FOR AN ASTHMA STUDY USING AN INVESTIGATIONAL MEDICATION. LAB TESTING, MONITORING BY A BOARD CERTIFIED PHYSICIAN. AND LUNG FUNCTION TESTING PROVIDED AT NO CHARGE. YOU WILL ALSO BE COMPENSATED UP TO $350 FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION. CALL SOON!! CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 629-9036 705-A LANDA \_NEW    BRAUNFELS_/ 8 — Fire Station #4, SOI Kerlick Lane, New Braunfeli. 9 — Minion Valley Bowling Club, 2311 Texas 46 West, New Braunfels. 10 — Bulverde Community Cenier, Bulverde. 11 — Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church Hall, 138 W. Austin, New Braunfels. 12 — Comal County Road Department Maintenance Building, Texas 46 West, New Braunfels. 13 — Startzville (Start* Cafe), Canyon l.ake. 14 — Smithson Valley Middle School, 61011;arm-to-Market 311, Spring Branch. 13 —Magics Hall, New Braunfels. 16 — Faith United Church of Chrial, 970 Ivoup 337, New Braunfels. 17 — Norm side Church of Christ, 1130 Fann-to-Market 306. 18 — Canyon City Fire Station, Farm-to-Market 306, Canyon City. 19^ Fischer Conlirtunily Center, Fischer. 20 — Canyon High School, new gym, IS IO Interstate 35. 21 — Spring Branch Lodge Hall, U.S. 281, Spring Branch. 22 — New Braunfels Presbyterian Church Hall, 373 Howard St.. New Braunfels. 23 — Eden Home for the Aged, Friendship Room, 631 I^kcvicw, New Braunfels. 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