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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 12, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas HERALDZEITUNG MARCH Austin Founders Trail Ride set to head out of New Braunfels The 9th Annual Austin Founders Trail Ride is traveling 114 miles through the Texas Hill Country March out from the Comal County Fair Grounds in New The drive will continue down the Riv er Road along the Ouadalupe River to the VFW Hall in the Fishin Hole in Canyon Blue Hole oh Cypress Creek in the Blan co River near Two Dreams Ranch in the Travis County Sheriffs Posse Rodeo Arena and into the Travis County Exposition Center to officially kick off the 55th Annual Austin Travis County Livestock Show PRCA Over 300 trail riders wearing and cowboy hats will ride in for the 3 March 19 Grand Opening years rodeo with Austin Mayor Bruce Travis County Texas State President Terrell Trail Ride Director Bob and other dignitaries doing the welcoming The four Austin trail rides will also ride the grand entry that night at for the opening performance fea turing entertainer Kathy and then the downtown parade at 10 March The March rodeo performances will star Tanya the Texas Tor John Chris he trail fide recreates the cattle dri and buggies front all over New Mex Cali New Mass and Theopening March will be at the oldest dance hall in The roast beef awards cere and dance to San Antonios Coun Ducky Amy try and Western will be Kenny Bill Rocky and Alan The Trail o t til it ftttjui a i JLTII JHOvfllK IrOHl JTAn f 8 i Wk ttie lead Was iti charge Victoria Par of rental and was a member Rebecca Jim many Jack became a legend LeNoir and John Bad McFadT among trail Jim SKackelford is the Camp BOM Mueller is heading up 8ite ifoB9 Assistant Jerry the ride for the eighth year with Head Berry Cannaway and Deputy Bill and Novella Trail Ride Scouts include Brian Bar Terry Robert Cape The headlining Callahanfs General Store Nocona Boots and Mag hum Custom will give riders a red AFTR baseball cap and 1993 AFTR hat pin With their Commissioners select water study group Liorts In Comal County Commis sioners Courts workshop session County Judge Carter Casteel informed the court that she has asked a diverse group of residents in the Canyon Lake area to serve on a water study Im convinced we need to get a water study group going in the Canyon Lake said Ive really tried to mix it up with all kinds of viewpoints in hopes that we can dispel some of the confusion and stop the misinfor mation and get everybody on the same tune concerning Casteel asked the commis sioners to suggest any other cit izens they thought may be inter ested in The group will be a forum for gathering infor mation on the water issue and discussing possible solutions to the problems facing the western portion of the county on this Casteel also brought House Bill 7 to the attention of the court saying it will result in the trans ference of million from state programs that now help provide over convict and home delivered meals a year in Comal If the bill passes as is the county will have to pick up the funding for those meals local In the regular session the court accepted the resignation of Con stable Bo Eoff and postponed the appointment of a replacement until next week to allow time for those wishing to apply to meet with the Applicants may schedule indi vidual meetings with commis sioners through Wednesday of next other business the commissioners Authorized hiring two replacement Appointed central counting personnel for May 1 special elec Approved a contract between the county and the Army Corps of Engineers for addition al law enforcement Approved a contract between the county and the Emergency Communications Club for expen ditures not to exceed OBITUARIES Elsa Dolle Funeral arrangments are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Elsa who died at her resi dence on March at the age of Larry Rein hard Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Larry Reinhard of New Braun who died March at his residence at the age of CLARIFICATION In an article that appeared March Roger Dale Brown of New Braunfels was report ed to have been indicted for criminal Another man also named Roger Dale Brown lives in New Roger Dale owner of Browns Welding and Man who resides on Farm to Road 725 in New was not indicted for criminal Center Continued from 1A thus allowing for the cre ation of more jobs to the area and the generation of revenue for New A public hearing for the pro posed tax abatement program before the New Braunfels City Council at Mon March 15 Lottery Continued from 1A the states general revenue But Linares said watch ing the people makes it all worth Does it look like it gets old Linares Charles Bailey of San Anto a winner said he was happy with his Bai ley bought his winning entry ticket the day he asked his fiancee to marry He said money would go to helping him and his wifetobe get started and that was more than This is great I mean Bailey Im hap Pauline winner of said she couldnt believe how many people came out to I knew there would be peo ple but I never thought this many people would come out to watch us win Donnet Lottery officials estimated a crowd of just over people the largest so far in the lot terys instant millionaire draw Jim Director of the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Convention and Vis itors said he was hap py with the number of New Braunfelsers who came out for the Im very pleased with the Scheele I think long term its going to help out because every time they said lottery they would mention New Braunfels and people will see that and say want to come down to New Linares said that this draw ing had the best turnout of any of the previous 19 We usually have about people at the drawings but this by I is our largest Linares The next stop for the Texas Lottery is You can hcll prevent heart disease and We can tell you American Heart Association r t Jhis piuviilucJ 115 a piiljlH scrvico Atttuiioan Hunrf time to clean service that room air conditioner Whirlpool and Fedders Factory Authorized Service Crown Company of Canyon Lake 18009628268 Spring Allergy Sufferers We need individuals age 12 to 59 with tree allergies for a Spring Allergy testing an investigational Skin physician ancl laboratory tests at no Paid up to Callfor more information Chronic Asthma Sufferers Do you take a daily medication for your asthma If call now about an asthma study in Paid up to Central Texas Health Research New Braunfels 6299036 Come Jpin in USTWHMS93 THE POWER TO April 24 1Qam3prri the New Braunfels parking lot lames Crafts live Entertainment Concession stands and food booths are Interested vendors should contact Corbie at 6359144 by March The cost is Local youth groups are encouraged to operate the t t f Sponsored by The Downtown Merchants Association Call Oortie Yeamari at Continued from 1A white who is in his third year of orga nizing the said this year he hopes the White Cane fundraiser will generate We realize this is an ambitious but with the help of local businesses which allow us to col lect money at their establish ments we should be able to do Dobrowolski The Lions will be collecting money between 10 and 6 the collection site will be manned Saturday only beginning at 6 Along with donations of the Lions will accept donations of used eyeglasses at the collection sites as mess with Tfcx SATELLITE Guaranteed SALES SERVICE 2105230811 fc DINING FABULOUS SUNDAY BUFFET 444 San Antonio BraunfeU American Legion Comal Post 179 Announces Hall Rentals Available Capacity 250BAND AREA Kitchen Facilities Available Make your reservations early Call Cheryl Cornelison 6250179 Reasonable MARCH SPECIALS Savings of the Green CRUISE SALE 2for1 Fares Call for 6292215 133 Landa Street County nstian Tellomfiip Meeting at Memorial 1900 Walnut Everyone Welcome This March AM Sunday School AM Morning Worship FAMILY LIFE DAY We are introducing Homebuilders Groups of Dayspring Homebuilders is a part of Famliy life a branch of Campus Crusade for i Nursery each service Church available up to 3rd grade In Unity In Liberty In All Love Church office 6204353 1278 HiUcrest off Loop 337 PM Sunday Nights At Dayspring Homebuilders Night Whether you are hav havechildrren theres a Group for you You do not have to be a member of Dayspring Church to be in a Everyone Welcome Call the church office for more PUBLIC NOTICE BRIEF EXPLANATORY STATEMENTS OF PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS SPECIAL ELECTION MAY 1993 PROPOSITION 1 ON THE BALLOT Section 1 of Senate Joint Resolution 7 proposes a constitutional amendment that would allow the legislature to re distribute among other school districts ad valorem taxes levied and collected by a school The amendment would also allow the legislature to create county education districts with the taxable prop erty existing school districts in one or more counties County educa tion districts may and dis tribute ad valorem taxes as authorized by general The legislature would be al lowed to set the rate of the ad valorenv tax to be imposed in a school district or county education district or it may autho rize the board trustees of each school or county education district to set the provided that the rate of county education district ad valorem taxes may riot exceed per valuation of taxable unless a higher rate is approved tfy the voters of the The amendment also provides that the amount of ad valorem taxes redistributed among school districts by the legislature and effectively redistributed within a through education dis itMctf may not exceed 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 term state revenue does not include revenue from ad valorem revenue for the provision of free or contributions toa retire ment the amendment a minimum tax rate in county educa tion and placing a cap on the ad valorem tax levied by county edu cation PROPOSITION 2 ON THE BALLOT Section 2 of Senate Joint Resolution 7 proposes a constitutional amendment that wquld provide except for state educational mandates imposed in com pliance with the Texas Constitution or federal or unless enacted by a vote of at least twothirds of the members elec ted each house of the a school may not be required to comply with an obligation requiring ex penditure of school district funds unless the obligation is fully The amend ment also requires the legislature to pro vide by law a procedure for determining whether an obligation is fully In the absence of such a and at the request of a school districts board of the comptroller of public ac counts shall determine whether or not an obligation is fully This amend ment applies only to state educational mandates enacted after December The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows The constitutional amendment ex empting a school district from the ob ligation to comply with unfunded state educational PROPOSITION 3 THE BALLOT the use of the permanent school fund to guarantee state revenue but would permit the legislature to provide by law for the issuance of general obliga tion bonds or revenue bonds of the state for the purpose of making loans or purchasing bonds school districts for the purpose of or improvement of instructional including all The amendment also provides that the pursuant to general may forgive the payment of principal and interest on all or part of loan made to a school district under the amendment to partially finance an in structional The cap of mil lion on the amount of bonds that could tye issued under article section as would be The amend ment would repeal the current provision of the constitution permitting the legiji lature to authorize bonds in excess of million by twothirds record vote f both houses of the While any of the general obligation bonds issued under the amendment or any of the inter est on those bonds is outstanding and up there would be appropriated out of the first money coming into the state treasury each fiscal not otherwise appropriated by the tlie amount sufficient to pay the principal and interest on the bonds that matured or be came due that fiscal The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows The constitutional amendment au thorizing the issuance of million in state general obligation or revenue bonds to assist school districts in par tially financing authorizing the state to forgive payments of loans made to a school district for partially financing and repealing the authorization for million in state revenue bonds guaranteed by the per manent school pf fund under section of the Texas The proposed amendment will appear on the ballot as follows The constitutional amendment allpw ing of Rd va brem for authorizing the legislature or local districts to set Senate Joint Resolution 4 proposes an amendment to article section of the which currently autho rizes the legislature to provide for using the permanent school fund to guarantee bonds issued by school districts and cer tain educatiotiwelated revenue issued by The amendment would repeal the provision authorizing advertisement Eat es el infonne explanatorio sabre la eiiniienda propuesta a la conutitucidn ttpwvcem en let boleta el dta 1 de mayo ustad no ha recibido HIIU copia del en podrd ubtener iina gratis par llamar al lIXQOUaMiHiiM it par eucribir al Secre turiu de Box Tews 78711 Published by Secretary of State John
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