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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 5, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Comics Day IB The New Braunfela Herald extends the following birthday wishes to Ronnie Burkltordt Richard Ramirez Henrietta Salazar Linda Bing ham Sofia Campos Pnyllw Fowler Mon Jimmy Pierce Megan larreal 14 Josette Kevin Scofl Javier Her nandez Larry Rhelnlaender TWany Rodrfguez 8 years QtennyKirchhof Pearl Marlon Megan vlllarreal and JoePfna To have a birthday or anniversarylistedhere Q144 Community Blood Drfwo everyone Is encouraged to make d New Years resolution to participate regularly in blood drives to assure that blood Is always available fhejlret opportunity to keep that resolution is at the Com munity Blood Drive sponsored by the First Protestant Church today The South Texas Blood and Tissue Center will be accept ing donors from until at the Seele Parish House Ideated oh Coll Street The drive will conducted In the basement in the Bormann Room For further Information call Charlene Note at 6291000 Symphony TeVas Symphony Chorug will start Sunday in the chapel at Lutheran University at 2 Scores will be provld jfyou have any questions pleaie call Dr Fred Frueholz at 210 6256420 Chaary braakfaat balngaarvad A pancake breakfast spen ored by the McDonalds at 36 and Highway 46 Monday to help the Canyon High School cheerleaders raise money to go to a national competition in Orlando All the pancakes you can eat will be available for Prizes will be awarded on the hour between7 and 10 ftummagWcraft Mia on tap First United Methodist of Preschool ers Is having a huge sale The ealo will be held at FUMCe Wesley Hall from 8 am to1 on Jan 18 Tables will be available to fellow lor each For rrtpro Information please call Tracy Link at 629 1700 offering from HoraktZaHung edltert of the Zolluno is being delivered to noncubscribera throughout Qdmul County An Additional copies of paper were printed for y Te thf IlHUI1 SUNDAY 26 pafles In two sections Sunday fr I Serving the Cemal County area for moid than 144 years Home of JoMrtte C Vol 145 Wo 3 Bills biggest shock of postholiday season m Help available for those who overspent Staff Writer for the Nggest surprise lite diriiJHias holidays tw seen the credit eard bills Pat Sanders tt consurticr cducfltiori specialist with the Consumer Credit Counseling Service suid holiday spending a problcttl fof rrtflny people they lend to spend itiore than rtntieipolcd during Christmas nltempl Jng id make the holiday special or per fect 1 think we get swept up in the sea Sanders said A lot ofus trans late a special Christmas into Increased Sanders said the best way to avoid gelling loo deep into debt during the holidays is to develop a budget I low ever she said credit cards can make sticklflg id tftajbudget difficult espe cially when names accidentally left off the gift list fine discovered at the last minute Thats the problem with credit Sanders said Credit cards Turn to Shock Page 2A W tuting video rentals tot frequent iho movie thedicr or vi how long It will take yott to pay it liqijidrttedcbt WJW 34 die on roads during holidays By ABE LEVY Staff Writer The mules roads and highways claimed 34 lives nine more thim the holiday sea son according to the Texas Depart ment ofTransportation Projections had been based on the 30hour period starting at 6 the day before each of the holidays and ending at midnight on the day of the holiday Ten trafficrelated deaths were expected during the Christmas period but 16 actually occurred fifteen were expected for the New YearH Day period but 18 people were killed including a 16yearold I i ve girl tn n onecar crash in the 700 block of Amrniiiin Koad near Hulveide DIH officials said the number of fatalities indicates more people htm anticipated did not refrain from drink ing while driving using their seal belts or driving the posted speed lim its despite warnings issued before the holiday season Its the same tiling every DPS trooper Travis Hall said Wo find thai if wo could get the people to practice safety measures while trav il would be a whole lot belter Thats il Thats it in a nutshell We find that quite a bit of these people were not belled in A lot of the wiccks were people ejected aller running off Ilie City will bid out rabies services By ABE LEVY Staff A proposal requesting bids for rubies control services for the first time will be considered by the New City Council at its next regular meeting City officials said the move is con sJHtenl with mi effort to allow more competition for city Borvicos and ensure that city rubies services are effective City Attorney Jacqueline Cullom wrolo the draft proposal which requires applicants to provide details on qualifications including their profi ciency and certification with tlw Texas Department of Health and ability to quarantine tho animals City officials estimate that 100 CHU CK of animal bites occur each year in the city The Texas Kabic Control Act requires the city to observe and quar antine any animal that biles a person The cily has contracted for rabies services since IWK with he omul County Veterinary Medical Associa tion whose members said they rotate three clinics to perform the animal ser vice The group had requested that the fees for rabies service be increased last year which prompted city offi cials to conclude that the cniiru conliact should be rewritten and opened up for bidding Kabietf control services includes a 10day quarantine at a certified facili ty and observation by a veterinarian 01 the local health authority which would be City Sanitarian Joe Lara in New tJraunlcls In some cases the animals bead is removed and sent to the Texan Department of Health for inspection Dr Mike Dnlierly who operates Creekview Veterinarian Clinic and selves as the groups chaiinmn for the rabies services committee said mem bers were proposing the licmlicinoval fee be increased from VII to observation fee from per day to and paperwork Ice from to Many cily council members agreed that the lee increases were needed but decided that they should issue a request for proposal in keeping with an open bidding policy They also said they did not want to exclude any potential providers who would he interested in contracting with the city for lie services Turn to Rabies Pago 2A becaiiifous on the issue of a homeless shelter See Opinion 44
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