New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 9, 1987, Page 12

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 09, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 12 Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Tuesday. June 9 1987Commissioners support fireworks campaign By TRAVIS E POLING Correspondent New Braunfels Jaycees' Save the Fireworks campaign was given a boost Monday morning when Comal County Commissioners voted to grant financial support on a one time basis toward the event The approval of the funds was marked by a J to 2 split in the vote with opposition being led by County Judge Fred ( lark Tom Corbin. Save the Fireworks committee chan man, and Frank Witting. Jaycees president, went before tin* commissioners to request aid in funding the 1987 fireworks to help make up for the hole left by the city's refusal to give for the July Fourth gala Clark opened the discussion by saying that he enjoys the fireworks and will make a personal contribution, but does not advocate public funds being spent in this way. Commissioner Clyde Jacobs of precinct 4 supported Clark s sentiments and also agreed to make a private donation Commissioners Neil Craigmile. Precinct 2. and J I, “Jumbo” Evans Precinct I. felt that such a contribution of county funds was justifiable on a one time basis con sidering the significance of the date and all that it stands for After a motion by Evans that $r>o(i be given toward the fireworks, Commissioner Lorenzo “Yankee" Camarillo came out in support of a donation to what he considered a benefit to the county w ide community After approval of charges and credits to the $50,000 cash allowance in the renovation contract, commis stoners amended the procedures used to approve all fur ther charges/credits in tile contract. All commissioners expressed the need to keep involved in the decision making process on how the cash allowance is spent Clark said. “If we have to approve every change as it occurs, that is going to be daily.” The final decision was that commissioners be informed of all changes and that changes over $1,000 require for mal action by commissioners in a special meeting Discussion of a policy change in Worker’s Compensation in the county yielded a decision to initiate payment of existing family coverage by the county if an employee is out on worker's compensation The commissioners said payment of premiums by the county during the employee s term of absense due to injury would encourage employees to obtain coverage for their families and keep others from having to drop coverage once their income is lowered to two thirds of standard weekly wages through worker’s compensation Approval of the change is slated for the next regular meeting’s agenda Other action by commissioners included a report from County Clerk Rosie Bosenberry regarding payment of personnel for days not worked because of courthouse renovation The County Clerk also com mented that the County (Jerk s office will operate on a limited basis from the Tax Office located on the first floor of the courthouse annex to issue marriage licenses approval of an alteration to the floor plan of the (’our thouse’s first floor This will involve an addition of four days on the contract time and an additional $2,400 to $2,500. I T ar* Y WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10 ■ .+ t" lf ' ALE Famous Name Misses Coordinates I_I Select Group Misses Separates Junior "Romantic" Dressing [......................... J Select Groups Junior Separates Large Selection Spring & Summer Costume Jewelry Large Selection Spring & Summer Handbags Ladies Fashion Hairbows Select Styles Ladies Fashion Belts I--------------— -......... ■ -*........—...................—--1 Coco Cola" Night Shirts For Him & Her Select Group Nylon & Cotton Ladies Sleepwear Select Group Ladies Loungewear j I_—............................................ ■ I Miss Jennifer Skinners Ladies Shoes Tops& Shorts By Stone For Boys & Girls Large Group Girls Dresses Sportswear Girls Lee® Basic 5- Pocket | Denim Jeans Famous Name Boys Knit Shirts Select Styles Boys Casual Pants Large Selection Mens Knit Shirts Top Name Casual Pants For Men Young Mens Dress Slacks Entire Stock I I Young Mens Famous Name Woven Sportshirts Young Mens Famous Name Fashion Jeans Tops & Shorts By Arrow Brigade Unlimited I.......—------------------------------------------1 Select Styles Mens Boots I I OCEAN PACIFIC FOR MEN Save 'A Price Today Only On Ocean Pacific Woven Tops, Matching Jam Shorts, Swimwear, Cotton Sheeting, Shorts and Knit Shirts with Collars Does Not Include T-Shirt or Corduroy Shorts 11:00 AM to 9:00 PM SATISFACTION ISOUR PLEDGE TO YOU.    ll    you    arr    nm    plra*r<l    with    v«»ur    Brail*    punting-.    I    Return    lii.in    to    your    I    lr    arr    si    Brills    l«»i    a    i    hrrrtul    rxthangr    2    ll    an    rn    bange    it    nut    mu    Miry. Br ail* * ill    refund your nu Miry with receipt oi pure boor ;

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