New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 29, 1991, Page 4

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Records Page 4    Herald-Zehung,. New Braunfels, Texas       Friday,    November    29,    1991 Sales tax up in city Saga*- Mink Strollers w/Full Fox Tuxedo $995 Saga'1 Full Length Mink Coat $1295 Saga “ Mink Coat with Luxurious Full Fox Tuxedo $1495 Sale ends Monday, Dec. 2nd! QU JINDO* Fur & Leather Manufacturers' Outlet Over HK) Stores Worldw ide. For more information call I (SOO) 548-2908 The Mill Store Flaza, 651 Highway SI Fast, New Braunfels, TX (512) 620-6141 Interim markdowns may have been taken Furs labeled to st tow country ot origin Saga —Reg TM o» the Scandinavian Mink Assoc ©Image Inc 1991 NOTICE New Braunfels Independent School District Board of Trustees Meeting-Tuesday, December 3, 1991, at 7:00 p.m. in the New Braunfels Independent School District Board Room, 430 West Mill Street, New Braunfels, Texas. The School Board will meet on December 3, 1991 to discuss and receive public input on the proposed redistricting plan for the New Braunfels Independent School District. Maps showing the proposed redistricting plan are available for public inspection and review at the Education Center, 430 West Mill Street in the office of the superintendent of Schools, Mr Charles Bradberry, between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Accompanying this Notice is a reduced copy of the map showing the proposed redistricting plan. Texas Education code Section 23.024 states: The Board of Trustees shall redivide the district if the census data indicates that the population of the most populous district exceeds the population of the least populous district by more than 10 percent." All interested citizens are invited to attend and participate in the meeting on December 3, 1991. ORDEN DE NOTI CIA PARA UNA AUDENC1A PUBUCA En acuerdo con articulo 23.024 del codico educional de Texas, una junta publica se llevara acabo el Maries, 7:00 P.M., el 3 de Deciembre, 1991, en las oficinas administrativas del Distrito Escolar Inde-pendiente de New Braunfels, 430 West Mill Street, New Braunfels, Texas. El motivo de esta audencia publica es para inviter y recibir commentaries del publico sobre cambios que se han propuesto a las linas de bs distritos de votacbn. Copias de este plan estaran disponible para inspeocbn por el publico en la oficina del superintendente Charles Bradberry, 430 West Mill Street, durante las horas de 9:00 AM. a 4:00 P M , del Lunes a Viernes. Una copia reducida de este plan accompania este anuncb. The city of New Braunfels received a $268,008 sales tax rebate check from the state for taxes collected in September 1991, according to figures released by State Comptroller John Sharp. This figure refleas an increase of 8.1 percent over the $247,921 collected during the same month last year in New Braunfels. Year-to-date city sales tax collections are continuing to run ahead of last year at a 2.43 percent rate. Comal County has received $151,619 for September, an increase of 10.53 percent over the $137,181 received in September of 1990, according to the Comptroller’s Office. Comal County’s year-to-date total of $1.4 million is an increase of 8.5 percent over last year at this time. This month’s payments include taxes collected on September sales and reported in October by businesses filing monthly returns. Also included are taxes reported by businesses filing quarterly returns for sales made in July, August and September. San Antonio’s payment for $7.4 million was the third largest in the state in September for a year-to-date sum of $65.7 million. San Antonio sales tax payments are running seven percent ahead of last year. “(Statewide), local sales tax rebates to Texas cities and counties are running $123 million or 10.6 percent ahead of total payments this time last year,” Sharp said. Payments to counties are up in part this year because five more counties have started collecting the sales tax since this time last year, and one additional county has raised its sales tax rate since last November, Sharp said. Shoppers pay the local sales taxes of up to two percent along with the 6.25 percent state sales tax when they make a taxable purchase. Merchants then send in the taxes to the Comptroller’s Officer with their tax returns. The state keeps its share and returns to cities, counties and other taxing entities their local portion of the sales tax. Tree lighting Monday The annual Tree Lighting Ceremony for the Hospice Tree of Lights will Monday, Dec. 2 on Main Plaza in conjunction with the arrival of Santa and the Plaza Tree Lighting Ceremony. The tree lighting will follow a 6 p.m. chorale performance. One light will glow on the Hospice Tree of Lights located on the top of the New Braunfels Utilities building for every donation. Donations can be made to honor someone “who lights up yow life” or donations can be made in memory of a friend or relative, in celebration of the birth of a child, or in commemoration of a special occasion. A dove also will be placed on the tree in the lobby of McKenna Memorial Hospital with the honoree’s name. I Hospice affirms life. Ii is a special concept of care for the terminally ill The goal is to maintain the patient at home among family and friends. Visits from a registered nurse provide the family with instruction in patient care, skilled nursing care, and careful monitoring of pain and symptoms to keep the patient as comfortable as possible. A medically supervised team of professionals and highly trained volunteers provide services to meet the physical, emotional, spiritual and practical needs of the patients and families. Patients remain under the care of their personal physicians. Hospice accepts patients regardless of their financial resources. Hospice New Braunfels is a nonprofit, tax-exempt prganization governed by a volunteer board of directors, licensed by the Texas Department of Health, and certified for the Medicare Hospice Benefit by Health Care Finance Administration. Santa Claus joined some busy “elves” at Lacks Furniture last week as    tured from left, front row, Elizabeth Mendez, Shana Mendez, Briana the annual Christmas tree decorating contest began. Local persons    McDonald and Cassie Camareno. From left, back row, Holly Doty, can help pick the best Christmas tree by placing canned goods at the    Santa, Genie Ladshaw, Theresa Wylie, Amber Miller, Keith Fey and bottom of the “best dressed" tree at the store, located at 971 W. San    Tommy Dale Fey. (Photo by Bill Ervin) Antonio St. The food will then be donated to the SOS Food Bank. Pie-OMA’S HAUS RESTAURANT BasketsWe ship anywhere in the United Stales 541 Hwy. 46    ^ 625 3280 (i blk. south of i-35)    for Free Brochure 130% Off On Sale Now For Christmas Complete Line of 14K GoldRings, Pendants, Earrings, Chains set with cubic zirconiasem Braunfels JmotUer Y0ur Fritndlp Family Jtwokr__358 Laitda (Nrwi to Roger* Mum) 828* 27 81: Thanksgiving Saga® Mink Sale! Up to half-off original prices! ;

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