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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas fa 5 j V adyiMftge of the wittdnu f propenytax Governor Bob Bullock she said The botloni line is lets Use what we have 4 r 5 Wardlow laid Bullock has asked legislators Comal Independent School District Superin tendent Jerry Major said the money would be Scorned but he does not expect it to have a jjjjfa Jijiai MUMi freit iiTafMCC on uw omncc s nx wracn may mcretie this year during ttw next legiilative rtwms it should be used to irnprbved education how the money would be distributed million fromlot and cap ipirtling tchool property New Braunfels Independent School District to offset school Bullock Mary Wardlow said pliiofthe money conies rrom uSedirTerence tis saklarry assistance would be by res money for between the amount allocated to admirtister the idents as well the district the taxpayer a winner lottery and the acrual costs and extra earnings NBISD recently approved a tax rate i w w T mwvmtj mmnm WWW T W its to ftmd education from sales She said the lottery appears to be Curtis said the money would ha veto be applied in growing in popularity which means additional a way that guarantees an impact on that rate revenue for the state The taxpayers will want There would aaid Bullock Whether the extra money is used she said if interest wavers it will not be for have to be assurances that it would impact the tax fibr teacher pay raises new equipment or class quite a while and schools should be able to take rate in their lie said He said his district Would see the largest benefit if the district got a set amount for each student enrolled That would probably be the purest and most beneficial way for but any additional funds would be said Major Wanflow said the legislature will consider the issue during the next regular session She said if it is approved taxpayers may not actually see the benefits until the 1998 school year AioteoG Sema age 46 of Brwnfeh Texts died June Hospital A mMy will be recited It f Friday At the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel funeral mill it tiled for 10 Saturday it the Holy Family Catholic Church with the Rev Stanley Soria celebrant Burial will follow in the Saints Peter and Paul atholic Church Cemetery The body will lie in until when procession deptrts the funer al home FUNERAL HOME County readies for fireworks headaches fey DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer When celebrating the Fourth of Jury next week Comal County resi dents will have to be a extra careful when using fireworks Chinf the belownormal rainfall over the past months Commission ers Court passed an ordinance which went into effect on June 10 prohibiting and restricting the use of Kr Safe nren hours hours of inrlnw VI HIV safe are 6 to 10 Monday to Thursday 6 tb Friday and Saturday 6 to 9 Sunday and 6 to midnight Thursday Jury 4th V certain aerial fireworks The county order defines aerial fireworks as skyrockets with stick and other pyrotechnic devices mat liavefms or rudders for the purpose of achieving aerodynamic fllight including devices that would be con sidered a missile or The court set aside a safe area in which county residents could light their aerial fireworks during certain hours on each day of the week The safe area is the Jumbo Evans Sports Park located on the westside of Highway 281 approximately two miles north of Spring Branch Road A Violation of the ordinance is a Class C misdemeanor and a maxi mum fine of County Fire Marshall Milton Willmann said he has had no prob lems with the ordinance so far from their Willmann said Willmann said he has not seen anyone shooting off aerial fireworks outside the safe area In fiet Willmann said no one has even utilized the safe area near Spring Branch Willmann said it is just too hot for people to shoot of their fireworks At Thursdays Com missioners Court meeting the fire marshal was thinking about recom mending two other safe areas in the in Bulverde and one in decided against it because of the lack of utilization at Evans Park Even before the county passed its ordinance this summer the fire works industry took the lead in putting a voluntary ban on die sale of rockets with sticks and missiles until conditions get better Lewie Coffinan who works at the Bunker Fireworks stand in Sattler said his stand sells the rockets with sticks and missiles but he uses pre caution when selling to histnistomers I ask them to read the ordinance and direct them to the safe Coff man said All fireworks stands in the county have the ordinance posted Safety is very important Coffman said To me it is really important since this is my Coffman said I dont want tq affect anyone elses income life or He said before he sells fireworks to anyone he makes sure they are sober and if it is a child they must be accompanied by an adult Coffman urges common sense when using fireworks You need to be Coff man said Make sure you are wearing safety glasses and gloves And make sure there is adult supervision some body who is responsible and watch GUARALUPES BEST DINER Friday Night 5 to 10 STEAK NI6HT JBANDS W Saturday Nights 5 to10 Saturday June 29 TEXAS CONNECTION For Info call 9072263 or 6009232573 Texas Today Carttto stack With Aoousjaicl of Stainnfitf ThMn DALLAS AP A federal bank ruptcy judge has ruled that a Dallas lawyer should regain custody of about 300 cows seized from his Ellis County property following his arrest in May because the animals had not been fed in months The cows have been in the care of the Society for the Prevention of Cru elty to Animals But the ruling Tuesday by Judge Robert C McGuire directed that the animals be returned to G David West fall so he can sell them and pay debts The SPC A assailed the ruling noting that the organization spent about on food and medical care for the cattle We fed the cattle for over two months We fatten them up and he gets to sell them to make the Carrie Clark spokeswoman for the organization told The Dallas Mom ing News Thats not the main thing were concerned about Were con cerned about cruelty tAInvestigator Who Obtained FBI Files Sued Two Texans For Defamation HOMM aide lost Job alleged mob tlos WASHINGTON AP Anthony Marceca the White House aide who improperly gathered FBI background files for the Clinton administration lost his job after two Texans told the FBI he was involved in organized crime according to court records Marceca filed a defamation suit against a Texas judge and adress shop owner in 1994 alleging that their state ments to an FBI agent cost him his job at the White House office of per sonnel security The complaint which came to light Thursday explains why Marceca a civilian Army employee didnt return to the White House after he completed Parents Night Out Sponsored by Eastside Baptist Church Ages 6 yrs Snacks Entertainment provided Dates 2 per hr 1chM Additional did per hr RtSMVMiont Can or 6250718 a temporary sixmonth detail at the security office in February 1994 His supervisor Craig Livingstone had asked the Army to 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