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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                f exas tax bill set House vote AUSf IN Speaker dlb Lewis says he the itst Vote tef the bills that would extend tem porary tax increases for afiother v two Lewis predicted might r riot be the final tax bill that he and t House members cast ballots On this t That would put lawmakers on a possible collision course with Bill who promises to veto any tax measure other than the cfe tinuation of the temporary s You either make cuts or you find Lewis Lewis added that the billion tax package on the Mouse schedule would take care of about half The package Would extend the temporary scheduled to expire for another two The increases were approved last raising the gasoline tax from cents to 15 cents per and sales tax from percent to The state faces a projected billion deficit if current spending levels are continued in I dont think thats said of the billion but its the first The speaker said he told Clements billion falls short of a but Lewis said the governor is standing firm on a T aenf think thats Lewis said of the billion but its the first Clements and Lewis met of about 30 minutei prior to Wednesdays House Were trying to our numbers the gover nor said ifcl Clements has demanded spending cuts in state but Lewis said there are few that can be 1 think we have been in the pro cess of making cuts for the last four the speaker I can assure you if there has been any fluff or surplus in any state agencys we would have probably found plan is a map to big trouble for the Lewis It leaves us very short of where we need to 1 dont think it sets any example of us moving forward on education or any other thing we need to do in this he We have a prison problem that has to be We have to build more I think we are going to have to continue the commitment to public education and higher And those are going to be Lewis LESLIE Photographer Janice Lee works with her son Robert at Jon Paul Boucher points out a math problem to his dad John Boucher Students turn tables on parents Posta I Continued from Page 1A March Bid packages will be mailed to each applicant on the bidders The contractor will be responsi ble for selling ad ministering some 600 mail boxes and handling related Postal officials said the Canyon Lake office receives about 15 to 20 linear feet of mail a The cur rent station is in Students in Kathy Cooks fourth grade math class at Carl Schurz turn ed the tables on their parents Wednesday and quizzed them about Nina one of the eight parents who turned out for Wednes days said she went to class with her son because she wanted to understand more about his I just wanted to see what theyre Sometimes he works on things and I cant help him because they do things differently than 1 did when I was in she Ryder and her Rusty worked on math problems and Cook explained the terminology used in Annex J Continued from Page 1A tion vote the council voted not to allow a president to construct a guest house because plans called it to be built within 15 feet from the back of the pro in violation of city Charles chairman of the citys planning and zon l ing said the annexation will be profitable jjfor the city in the long run and will benefit the residents the got to think of what youre he told Icbuncil Youre stopping mobile homes from Icoming in Youre stopping portable going to increase the value of those homes in the 3annexed Elia said Garden Ridges building codes and or fndinances would upgrade the annexed He said 4here is no way the area would be left to develop on its without interference from San The annexation move took in a onehalf mile strip and northwest of the including Twisted Oaks Park Lane Estates and Country Elia listed the estimated expenses for the annexed totaling more than for the first That included additional expenses for municipal in fire police legal election appraisal district emergency service building inspection fees and to improve the roads in the annexed The small city took 3 78 miles of road into its Elia said the planning and zoning which prepared a report on the benefits and problems of annex ing the offered the council no recommendation Planning and zoning took no just transmit ted the he The wishes of the people have been expressed with the petition It was just a transmit tal But there was no objection to annexation Garden which has a property tax rate of cents per will not collect taxes from the an nexed area until Elia said including about income from the citys annual income from the area would be about or less than expenses Elia said the planning and zoning commission deter mined the annexed area will cost the city money lor some but then it will pay its own 1 can tell the tax benefits are going to be low Youre going to see a deficit for many he said But this whole area is going to generate Its growing and we all know its growing he said Youre going to increase the size of the voting block The population Im sure will stimulate the well being of the he modern elementary math Ryder said she has a better understanding of her sons math class after sitting in for a Its amazing how smart these kids become when their parents are sitting Cook said during the The students had their parents work some problems on the The teacher took over and the parents worked with their children solving some math pro Cook reviewed the different types of work the students are doing and explained to the parents that she and the students are revving up for achievement She said the motive behind inviting parents to Obituaries Texas prisons closed again Texas AP For jfthe sixth time this the Texas prison systems gates are closed after a flood of new inmates pushed the population over a statemandated prison officials The closing may force Bill to declare another state of which would grant up to days of good time to about 200 nonviolent inmates and enable the prisons to slip beneath the 95percent r Clements actions under the Prison Act last week allowed 187 convicts to be released Sunday to halfway houses throughout the state The balls in his prison spokesman David Nunnelee said A spokesman for Attorney General Jim Mattox said prison officials notified Mattox of the shutdown and he in turn officially notified The latest headcount in the 26unit Texas Department of Corrections showed or per cent 82 inmates over the limit Those based on a midnight Tuesday count and released Wednes did not take into account an estimated 260 inmates accepted before prison doors closed at 5 p m Only about 45 were paroled Wednesday and only 75 were projected for parole Tuesday marked the first time prisons were open in five days and county sheriffs around trying to deal with their own crowding pro transferred a record 565 in mates into the state system Only 124 were released the same dav Weather Water Watch Comal Canyon Lake Lake lake level Texas Weather same down 40 up Pleasant weather was expected to continue through at least the first of the weekend as forecasts cail for continued mostly clear skies f and pleasant A few scattered high level clouds over the Panhandle at dawn spoiled otherwise cloudfree sky across The weather remained under the Tu influence of a high pressure system Lows tonight will be in the mid 3Ws and 40s over West Texas except in the higher valleys of the Big Bend area jt where readings wijl be in the in Jhthe 40s in North Texas and in the the Hill Counjxy and in the 40s over rest ol South Texas Highs Fnday WW fee ip the 70s statewide except in the Big Bend of Southwest Texas where readings be in the lower Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 30s and ranging from the 20s in the mountains of Southwest Texas to the 50s along the gulf Extremes ranged from 25 at Mart a to it Corpus other early morning temperatures around the state included 38 at 44 at Wichita 41 at Fort 37 at 47 at 41 at San Antonio and 35 at San 3d at 37 at and 35 it El Forecast WEST TPXA5 Mostly sujany and a Utjjfi wsraaer through fair and efleJ iUws tonight mid nortii and far west to near w except upper 2Ps higher valleys Big Bend and mid 40s Big class was to orient them with the students dally At the end of instead of assigning Cook recom mended each parent do something a little special for their child because theyve worked real hard all year and they deserve some After the Cook said she was impressed that parents would take time out during their day to visit their childs Some of the parents even had to take time off from work to she 1 feel like the more they know about whats going the more sup port Ill get from the Cook We cover a lot more in the fourth grade than when most of us were in We have certain pro cedures that we follow and theyre a little different than what most of the parents are familiar 1 hope It Cook said after the If we helped even one parent learn more about what their student is then it was worth The teacher extended an invitation to any of her students parents to visit the This is Texas Public Schools Week and schools in the New Braunfels and Comal districts have been celebrating with a variety of events aimed at familiarizing parents with schools Julia Weyel Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Julia Weyel of 404 Kerlick died March 5 at Texas Methodist Hospital Harry Michael Nasif Services or Harry Michael Nasif of 5B Or will be held at 2 Friday at First Protestant United Church of Christ with Rev Linwood Kennedy and Rev Rod Wells of The body will be cremated died March 4 at McKenna Memorial The son of Michael and Marie inee Choury he was born May 1905 in N H He married Gene Hall on Oct 1943 in Hisdale Nasif was a fivemonth resident of New Braunfels He was an accoun tant and a member of United Church of Christ in North Mass Nasif is survived by his Gene Nasif of New Mrs Ariel Olsen of New Public Records Marriages John K Allender and Wanda L Mihelich J Teodro Navarro Ennquez and Leticia Rios Espmosa Thomas Lincoln Cockrum Jr and Karen Annelle Webb Divorces William K and Iris S Convictions County Court at Law Judge Ron Pnchard Roddy Lee Rt 2 Box unlawfully carrying weapon to be fine Scott 218 Alves resisting three days jail Leo 123S5 KM 60 days license suspended one year Ron William Rt l Box 39C 60 days pro bated two years Juan 113 San criminal fine Craig Allen 4318 Dalma 60 days probated two years Timothy John Rt 4 Ca nyon license suspended one 3 days jail Lyle Wayne 7215 Mill San 60 days pro bated two years H Michael Nasif Jr of two brothers Abraham Nasif of Arizona and Ellah Naslf of and three grandchildren HJBraldZViTung USPS377800 Published Sunday Thursday ana Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co 186 S Casteil Ave or P O Drawer New Texas 78131 1328 Second Class oostage paid by New Brauniels Herald Publishing Co at New Texas DAVID KRAME R Editor and Publisher J l M W E B R E Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Ottice Manager SANDl MUTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL Me CAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROL AVE RY Oiculation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman jrleuialki Bend plateaus Highs Friday 70s ex cept lower 80s Big Bend SOUTH TEXAS Sunny mild clear and cool at night through Fri day Highs 70s Lows 40s except 30s Hill Country Extended Forecast Saturday through Monday SOUTH TEXAS Increasing clouds Saturday with a chance of showers southeast Sunday Decreasing clouds Lows Saturday 40s north to the 50s Lows Sunday in the 50s north to the 60s south Lows Monday 40s to near 50 north to the 50s to near 60 Highs Saturday in the 70s Highs Sunday and Monday in the 70s north to near 80s southwest WEST TEXAS Mostly fair and continued warm but increasing chances of rain and a little cooler north Sunday and Monday Lows Panhandle and South Plains mid 40s Highs raid 70s cooling to the mid 60s by Monday Lows Permian Basin mid to upper 40s and highs mid 70s Lows Concho Valley lower 50s and highs mid Lows far west upper 4Qs to lower Highs low 70s to mid Lows Big Bend country mid high valleys to mid 40s plateaus Highs near 70 mountains to lower 80s Big valleys ffi at March It Pi AM PHONE 6257777 No UMlfi Mw BRAUNIUS Save 50 and Mora On Selected Gift Health Aids Pocket Size Super Values Bigi t vw Name Address City Phone Neel nl pr estm tp win Must 1 8 tp FLBEL Pressroom Foreman DANAOVERSTREET City Editor WANDA LASATER Lifestyles Editor 1OM LABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates includes applicable sales tax i Carrier delivery m Blanco and Kendall counties three six one year Senior Cituens Discount learner delivery only six mon one year Mail delivery outside Coma m Texas three months 13 six one year 75 Mail outside Texas six one it have not received your newspaper by s 30 Tuesday through or by 7 30 4 m call 6259144 or 658 1900 fty 7 p m and respective Postmaster Send changes to PO Drawer New Texas 7913 ESMNCE THE   

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