Friday, May 26, 1995

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 26, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Friday May HeraldZeitung 5 State Legislature avoids tax hike again AUSTIN AP With two unan imous votes the Texas Legislature has given its final OK to a nearly billion 199697 state govern ment budget The House voted 1470 and the Senate 31 0 on Thursday to send the spending plan to Gov George W Bush Totaling billion the new budget represents an increase of about billion or percent over current spending For a second consecutive legisla tive session however lawmakers didnt need to raise taxes to pay for it I think we can all be proud for the second successive biennium we have written a bill within our means and at the same time responded to some dramatic challenges in public education juvenile justice correc tions and human said Sen John Montford DLubbock the Sen ate sponsor The bill is expected to meet the Texas Constitutions payasyougo requirements said a spokesman for Comptroller John Sharp who must certify the budget as balanced Were not through reviewing it But we anticipate that we will have available said comptrol lers spokesman Andy Welch Rep Rob Junell DSan Angelo described the budget as something that all Texans and members of this body can be proud of It makes pub lic education the No 1 priority It is the big Junell who chairs the budgetwrit ing House Appropriations Commit tee said lawmakers did the best they could with the money available and a pledge from legislative leaders and Bush against new taxes Youve got unlimited needs and limited resources And youve got to try to pair those Junell said As in 1993 the Legislature didnt need a tax increase to fund this years budget The lack of tax hikes reflects the states improving economy and con trasts sharply with the ferocious wrangling required in legislative ses sions going back a decade FBI looks at bomb threat at Fort Worth high school FORT WORTH Texas AP An 18yearold high school student is believed to be the mastermind behind a bomb threat called into a school administration building that was planned to resemble the Oklahoma City bombing The FBI announced Thursday it was seeking Paschal High School senior Peter Jeune Koh a National Merit Scholarship semifmalist in connec tion with the May 16 hoax that forced the evacuation of the building The whereabouts of Koh is read a statement from the FBIs Dallas office Koh may have a handgun and a rifle in his Allen Cummins a teen who said he grew up with Koh in their affluent southwest Fort Worth neighborhood said If I know him as well as I do hes broke town for Koh apparently became a suspect quickly A May 19 sealed complaint charged him with using a telephone to make a false bomb threat a federal crime that carries a maximum punish ment of five years in prison and a fine Making a telephone bomb threat is a very serious Attorney Paul Coggins said They will be inves tigated and prosecuted Three other students including Kohs younger brother also were being sought the Fort WorthStar Telegram reported in todays editions The elaborately planned scheme involved a Ryder rental truck parked in the driveway of the Fort Worth Inde7 pendent School Districts Professional rental outlet in Fort Worth where the Development Center and said to be vehicle allegedly was rented for containing explosives cash by a man who used an Oklahoma Authorities found it loaded with drivers license and a phony Fort sacks of concrete doused in diesel fuel Worth address Officials traced the truck to a Ryder Factory Outlet Womens Quality Apparel Factory Direct GYPSUM WANTED If you have a gypsum deposit on your place and wish to lease it for mining Call 2106081778 or write Box 311951 New Braunfels Texas 781311951 at Friday R4TZ JOHNSON Monday 29th PARTY for LOCALS IJIJQ Music Horseshoes Mora Designs Available At 1254 Gruene Rd JUNCTION HUNTER SidewallSale UP TO Saturday Sunday Canyon Lake Hwy 306 FM 2673 9643992 ROCKNROLL THEN PETER SAID UNTO THEM CELEBRATE JESUS REPENT AND BE 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is employed with KMOL Channel 4 Television in San Antonio as an assignments editor Courtney is a 1990 graduate of Canyon High School she is the wife of Mike DeLee and the daughter of Paul and Georgia Tadlock ANGIE We have always been so proud of you Congratulations on all of your achievements You have worked so hard Good luck at Were behind you all the wayl ALL OUR LOVE MOM DAD TREY Michelle A Duncan Congratulations on grad uating summa cum laude from Texas Lutheran College Gook luck work ing at the State Auditors Office in Austin We are so proud of you Love Dad Mom Amber can cMom It you can do it IBelUue In uouiuif j i be tiue to U outletf Congratulations Bert Were very proud of you Love Dad Mom Keli Grandma Hook Em Horns ConqiakuLationi tit u vvtij tmoua to naat foi A 2