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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 10, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Hi Hi Hi HI February Serving Comal Hometown of Darryl Brandt 59 Dally 50 Sunda Bradberry Senate plan good for school district By ROSE MARIE EASH According to New Braunfels Indepen dent School District officials the state Senates school funding though more advantageous to had little chance of Although the Senate plan is more advantageous to I do not foresee the plan receiving the number of votes it will need to pass in both said Superintendent Charles Bradberry Tues The House plan or some amended version appears to be the one which will come much closer to acquiring the appro priate number of votes to As Bradberry House repre sentatives defeated the proposed amend ment after nine hours of The Senate proposal called for a con stitutional amendment that would redis tribute funds among school districts in an amount not to exceed percent of the sum of the state revenue appropriated for public schools and the revenue from local ad valorem taxes levied and collected for public The plan was sponsored in the House by Representative Libby who introduced a floor substitute for parts of the including a constitutional amendment which would have allowed voters to vote for or against the consti tutional amendment providing for the funding of Linebargers changes also called for redistribution of ad valorem cre ation of county education districts and the limit of The original Senate plan recaptured more money from wealthier districts according to NBISD Comal Independent School District offi cials see problems with passage of the House I seriously doubt that CEDs will be approved by said Comal Inde pendent School District Business Man ager Abel What then Campos said he had no problem with the saying it would not affect He said Linebargers plan was similar to the settlement plan proponed by a consortium of Under that CISD would lose some money in year but would maintain the status quo in years two and three and in year four or five the state would fully CISD favored that Campos also expressed CISDs con cerned about the closing deadline for the constitutional amendment I think the judge is extremely serious about closing the said If the legislature doesnt come up with something palatable to all the I believe he really will close the schools as SM Warrant issued for rape suspect By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeltung An arrest warrant has been issued for Curtis Wayne Brooks in connection with the 27 sexu al assault of New Braunfels police officials said The warrant for Brooks arrest was issued and his bond has been set at who was injured in an auto accident fol lowing a bank robbery in has been released from Parkland Memorial Hospital according to FBI Special Agent Marjorie Poche in He is being held in Mansfield Prison in where he is awaiting trial for bank robbery and use of a the agent Poche said it is still althouth that Brooks will return to New Braunfels to stand Given the state of the Texas penal we filed federal Poche Brooks was twoiederal of carjacking in Carjacking carries a minimum penalty of 15 years Detective Mike Osborne of the New Braunfels Police Departments Criminal Investigation Divi If the feds want Brooks thats If convicted of federal Brooks would serve the full term of his sentence without any chance of and he would not be able to receive good time or time off for good Osborne If youre sentenced to 15 years in federal you do 15 years Osborne Our main concern down here is that he gets put deep into the Osborne If the feds want to put him in jail for 60 to 80 years on federal I think that Bill Reimer would say OK to that and let them have Poche said if the government can get a they will stack the running them con or as opposed to concur I would hope that he would get a fairly hefty sen Poche Brooks was paroled from the Texas Department of Corrections after serving 20 years of a double life sen tence and 5 to 99 years for sexual assault in His sentences ran concurrently as opposed to con secutively which is why he was up for parole after only 20 Kim a Canyon tries to drive around Smithson Valleys Loretta Triesch during the Cougarettes1 5242 victory Tuesday night at the Cougar The game was the season finale for both as teammate Laurie Kearns and Canyons Tammie Alma Mystee Wunderlich and Nneka Cleaver played in their last game as Triesch was the games lead ing scorer and rebounder with 17 and For the complete game see page Photo by John Friends reach out to family in need By GARY CARROLL HeraldZeltung Friends of Rosita a New Braunfels woman killed in a 31 automobile acci and Wai Mart have scheduled a clothing drive this Saturday to help out her 12 Lisa Wai Mart is one of the four peo ple spearheading the effort to provide the ranging in age from 10 months to 16 with the immediate This weekend were having a clothing drive at Wai Mart from 10 to 2 Alvarez but the kidsneed money Isabella Campos said the long term plan is to raise money arid build the family a house big enough to accommodate 17 peo The children are being cared for by their and their aunt and uncle who them selves have two Campos said that although the children have always been selfsupportive and very fami the younger kids need supervised day care so the aunt and uncle can go to Carlos Isabellas has said he will spon sor one child to attend day and Wai Mart distribution cen ter drivers and Happy Days Day Care center have agreed to sponsor the remaining Both said that the key is to keep the family The department of human services would separate them and thats not what they Campos v A trust has been set up for the Hernandez children at Vic toria Bank and Trust on nut in New Money will go toward sup porting the children and con structing a house for the For more information on relief efforts for the call Becky Nodal at CSC back in business The Community Service Center is back in business in temporary quarters at 205 Theyre still working on the new said Suzie the So we still are not accepting clothing Garcia said General Education Department classes and citizen ship classes are being held at the new The center is accepting dona tions of school supplies and office Were having to start all said People who have not gone to the food bank this year need to come by and get re The remodeling work on the new quarters for the Community Service Center has been acceler ated Garcia The original plan called for much of the work to be done slow ly on a volunteer Brandt to run for council Russell Rusty Brandt of New Braunfels has announced his intention to file for one of the at large city council seats in the upcoming May I want to continue to see New Braunfels grow in a positive direc maintain a healthy econom ic and still keep the home town felling that makes New Braunfels so Brandt I want my children M have the opportunity to be able to work and enjoy life in New Braunfels as I said issues he hopes to address include Comal Spring city city infrastructure and unit ing the city The New Braunfels native and his wife Pam have two who attends New Braun fels Middle School and Mandy who attends Seele Elementary He is president of New Braun fels secretary of the Downtown Rotary vice president of the Wurstfest Association and a member the Chamber of Com merce board of Bowers intent on city seat Russell Brandt Chris Bowers of New Braun fels has announced his intention to file for one of three atlarge city council seats in the May I feel that I possess skills that New Braunfels needs at this Bowers If elected to the city I would bring a strong business approach to the decision making has attended coun cil meetings and has taken part in several community Issues that I feel are impor tant are preparing for the protecting New Braunfels her itage and updating zoning proactive planning in regard to and continued sup port of the downtown revitaliza tion said Bowers has lived in New Braunfels for four with his wife daughter and son He has served as a board mem ber of the Comal County United Way for three years and was recently appointed by city officials to serve on the Gruene River Bridge task Chris Bowers Index Stammtisch Inside WATER Best wishes The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sends Birthday wishes to Alvin David Kimberly Randy and Lorenzo Anniversary wishes go to Johnny and Karen Edgar and Pntti Westbrook and and Howard Watson Lane closing Comal County Road Department will be reconstructing two drainage structures along Watson Lane This project is scheduled to begin 8 and be completed in approximately four During the construction of these drainage structures Watson Lane will be intermittently Traffic will be detoured to Kolenburg Lane and York Creek Call Purple Martin seminar Jim Schulz will conduct a Purple Martin seminar from 1011 at Schulz Nursery in Illumination project New Braunfels Rotary Club will hold a dedication ceremony for their Main Plaza Landscape Illumination project at 6 City club officials and members of the New Braunfels High Band will be on hand to celebrate the lighting of the tree gazebo and Continued on pagt SB The New Braunfels HeraldZeitung features Babies on Parade See special pullout edition Inside For Home Delivery in New Braunfels and Comal County Call 6259144
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