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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Postal Continued from Page IA March ll Bid packages will be mailed to each applicant on the bidders list The contractor will be responsible for selling postage, ad ministering some 600 mail boxes and handling related records Postal officials said the Canyon Lake office receives about 15 to 2i> linear feet of mail a day The cur rent station is in Sattler Page 2A    Herald-Ze/fung    New    Braunfels.    Texas    nursday    March    5.1987 State tax bill set for House vote AUSTIN Speaker Gib Lewis says he will cast the first vote for the bills that would extend temporary tax increases for another two years Lewis predicted Wednesday, however, that today’s vote might not be the final tax bill that he and House members cast ballots on this year That would put lawmakers on a possible collision course with Gov. Bill Clements, who promises to veto any tax measure other than the continuation of the temporary levies. ‘ You either make cuts or you find additional revenue.” Lewis said. Lewis added that the $2 9 billion tax package on the House schedule today would take care of about half the problem The package would extend the temporary increases, scheduled to expire Sept I. for another two years The increases were approved last year, raising the gasoline tax from lo cents to 15 cents per gallon, and the sales tax from 4' h percent to 5'4 percent The state faces a projected $5.8 billion deficit if current spending levels are continued in 1988 89 •I don't think that's enough." Lewis said of the $2.9 billion package, but it s the first step.” The speaker said he told Clements $2 9 billion falls short of a solution, but Lewis said the governor “is standing firm on a veto ” "I don't think that's enough/' Lewis said of the $2.9 billion package, "but it's the first step." Clements and Lewis met for about 30 minutes prior to Wednesday’s House session. “We’re trying to get our numbers together.” the gover nor said afterward. Clements has demanded spending cuts in state government, but Lewis said there are few that can be made. “I think we have been in the pro cess of making cuts for the last four years.” the speaker said. “I can assure you if there has been any fluff or surplus in any state agency's budget, we would have probably found those ” Clements’ plan is a map to big trouble for the state. Lewis said “It leaves us very short of where we need to be I don’t think it sets any example of us moving forward on education or any other thing we need to do in this state.” he said “We have a prison problem that has to be addressed We have to build more prisons “I think we are going to have to continue the commitment to public education and higher education And those are going to be costly.’ Lew is said LESLIE KRIEWALDT Stall Photographer Above, Janice Lee works with her son Robert while, at right, Jon Paul Boucher points out a math problem to his dad John Boucher Students turn tables on parents Students in Kathy Cook s fourth grade math class at Carl Schurz turn ed the tables on their parents Wednesday and quizzed them about mathematics Nina Ryder, one of the eight parents who turned out for Wednes day s class said she went to class with her son because she wanted to understand more about his classes I just wanted to sec1 what the\ re learning Sometimes he works on things and I can't help him because they do things different!) than I did when I was in school she said Ryder and her son Rusty Ryder worked on math problems and Cook explained the temonolog) used in modem elementary math classes Ryder said she has a better understanding of her son s math ( lass after sitting iii for a day Its amazing bow smart these kids become when their parents are sitting here Cook said during the class The students had their parents work some problems on the blackboard Hie teactier took over and the parents worked with their children solving some math pro hlems Cook reviewed the different types of work the students are doing and explained to the* parents that she and the students are revving up for achievement tests She said the motive behind inviting parents to class was to orient them with the students'daily routine At the end of class instead of assigning homework Cook recoin mended each parent do something a little special for their child because “they ve worked real hard all year and they deserve some treat After the claw Cook said she was impressed that parents would take time out during their day to visit their child's class Some of die parents even had to take time off from work to attend she said “I feel like the more they know about what s going on the more sup port I II get from the patents Oink said We cover a lot more in the fourth grade than when most of us weie in school We have certain pro cedures that we follow and they re a little different than wtiat most of the parents are familiar with I Ixtpe it helped Cook said after the class lf we helped even one parent learn more about what their student is doing then it was worth it I be teacher extended an invitation to any of her students parents to visit th** class Hus is Texas Puhi it schools Week arx! sdvwh in the New Braunfels and Comal districts have t**en celebrating with a variety of events aimed at familiarizing patents w it bi schools Annex Continued from Page IA tion vote Wednesday, the council voted not to allow a resident to construct a guest house because plans called for it to be built within 15 feet from the back of the prx> pertv. in v idation of city ordinances Charles Kila. chairman of the city's planning and zori me commission, said the annexation will be profitable for the city in the long run and will benefit the residents of the area You've got to think of what you re stopping." he told council members You re stopping mobile homes from coming in there You re stopping portable buildings You re going to increase the value of those homes in the annexed area " Kila said Garden Ridge s building codes and or dinances would upgrade the annexed areas He said there is no way the area would be left to develop on its own without interference from San Antonio The annexation move took in a one half mile strip north and northwest of the city. including Twisted oaks Sutxiiv sion Park Lane Kstates and Country Kstates K a isted the estimated expenses for the annexed area totaling more than $15.UUU for the first year That numt*e: included additional expenses for municipal in surance fire protection police protection, legal fees election fee:- appraisal district fee- emergency service fees, building inspection fees and St. '"ii to improve hie roads in the annexed area The small city took 3 78 miles of road into its ixrundanes Kila said the planning and zoning commission which prepared a repor on the fieriest s and problems of annex mg the area, offer ed the council no recommendation ‘ Planning and 7 ming took no position just transmit ted the petition 'he said The wishes of the people have been expressed with the petition It was just a transmit talmatter But there was no objection toannexatioz Garden Ridge which has a property tax rate of lo . cents peril valuation will not collect taxes from the an nexed area until .fan I 1989 Kila said that including atxmt $8 non income from taxes tile city - annual income from the area would he about Sit non ors nod less than expenses Kila said the planning and zoning commission deter mined the annexed area will cost hie city money for some time but then it will pav its own way I can te., you. the tax benefits are going to he low You re going lo see a deficit for many years fie said But this whole area is going to generate revenue Ifs growing and we all know it s gt ow mg fast he said You're going to increase hic size of the voting blo* k The population I rn sure will stimulate hi*- well feeing of the community he said Texas' prisons closed again Obituaries HUNTSVILLE Texas AP For hie sixtn time this year. the Texas prison system s gates are closed after a flood of new inmates pushed the population over a state mandated Cap prison officials say The closing may force Gov Bill Clements lo declare another state of emergency, which would grant up to 90 day I- of good time to about 2uo non violent inmates and enable hie prisons to slip beneath the 95-percent mark Clements' actions under the Prison Management Act last week allowed Pleasant weather was expected to continue through at least the first part of the weekend as forecasts called for continued mostly clear skies and pleasant temperatures A few scattered high level clouds over the Panhandle at dawn spoiled an otherwise cloud free sky across the entire state The weather remained under the influence of a high pressure system Lows tonight will be in the mid 3us and 40- over West Texas except in the higher valleys of the Big Bend area where readings will he in the 2l>s. in tile 40s in North Texas and in the 30s in ti»e Hill < nun try and in the 4(>s over die rest of south Texas Highs Friday will be in the 70s statewide except in the Big Bend a re3 of it h west Texas w here 187 convicts to he released Sunday to halfway houses th roughing tire state The ball s in his court prison spokesman David Nunnelee <0 I Wednesdav A spokesman for Attorney Genet Jim Mattox said prison officia > notified Mattox of tile shutdown Wednesday and he m turn official notified Clements The latest headcount in the if. ut Texas Department of Correct im showed 38 496 inmates or 95 20 cent 82 inmates over the limit Those figures based on a midi g. readings he in the lower 80s Karly morning temperatures were mostly in the ids and 4os ranging from the 2us in the mountains of Southwest Texas to the 5os along the gulf coast Kxtremes ranged from 5 at Marfa to 55 at Corpus Christi Other early morning temperatures around the state included ;tn at Amarillo 44 at Wichita Falls 41 at Fort Worth. 37 at Waco 47 at Austin 41 at San Antonio and Houston. 15 at San Angelo 39 at Lubbock 37 at Midland and 35 at Kl Paso Forecast WEST TEXAS Mostly sunny and a little warmer through Friday, fair and cool tonight lx>ws tonight nod Jus north and far west to to near 40 southeast except upper 2os higher valleys Big Bend and mid 40s Big tuesday count arni release! Wedrtes day did not take into account an estimated 260 inmates act epted fief ore prison doors closed at 5 p rn Wednesday Only atxmt 45 inmates meanwhile were paroled Wednesday and only 75 were projected for parole hxtay Tuesday marked tin* fust time prisons weie oj**n in five day- and county sheriffs around Iexas trying to deal with their own crowding pro hlems, transferred a record *66 in mates into the state system < inly 124 were t eleasod the same day Bend plateaus Highs Friday 70s ex cept lower 80s Big Bend SOI TH TEX .AS Sunny mild days clear and axil at night through Fri day Highs 7us Urns 4<k except ke Hill Country Extended Forecast Saturday through Monday SOUTH TEXAS Increasing clouds Saturday with a chance of showers southeast Sunday inc reasing clouds Monday l-ows saturday 4os north to the Sos south Ixjws sunday in tile 5os north to the bos south lxiws Monday 40s to near 5o north to the >os to near 60 south Highs Saturday in tile 70s Highs sunday and Monday in tile 70s north to near 80s southwest WEST TEXAS Mostly fair and continued warm but increasing chances of rain and a little cooler north Sunday and Monday lows Panhandle and South Plains mid 40s Highs mid 70s cooling to the mid bos by Monday lows Permian Basin mid to upper 4os and highs mid 70s lows Concho Valley lower 5os and highs mid 70s lows far west upper 40s to lower 4os Highs low 70s to mid 70s lows Big Bend country mid ms high valleys to mid 4os plateaus Highs near 70 mountains to lower 8ns Big Bend valleys Julia Weyel Arrangements are pending at /tx-ilei Funeral Home for Tulia Weyel of 0*4 Kerlick Wevel TO. died March '> at Texas Methtxiist Hospital Harry Michael Nasif Service-, for Harry Michael Nasif of .R h lee Dr will tx* held at 2 p rn i* tov C k ist protestant I nited Mart 1 ages John It Mlender and Wanda L Mi!.el uh J Itsxlro Navarro Knriquez arni I et Ida Rios Kspmosa Thomas Lincoln » <x kruitt Jr and Karen \rtrieile Webb Divorce* King William F and Iris S Conviction* County Couf t at Law Judge Mon Prichard Rixtdy lee Georg RI 2 Box 69SAB unlawfully carrying weapon weapon it tie destroyed lion fine scott Udker 718 Alve^ lane relisting arrest    < fine three days floating The (xxiv will tie cremated Nasif Kl died March 4 at NL henna Memorial Hospital The s*xi of Michael and Mar ie rn-** t’hiKiry 1 Nasif tx* was txirn Mav 2 190.. in Tamworth N H He married Gene Hall on (k t 17 N H Nasif was a five month re- re* * if New Braunfels He was an acetum tant arx! a rnemtx*r of I nited * hun h of (Tirist in North h a I mouth Mass Nasif is survived bv his wife l.ene Nasif of New Braunfels daughter jail las* .Iamt>ers 12tv* TM \ IT* Ad kins Ie-as DW I bu days jail license suspended one year Ron William Wet/ Rf I Bo* sw Marion DVS I $4 ai fine no days pro hated two years Juan Diaz IU Uh leo San Marco, criminal rx»n support I1* > fine Ur alg Mien I-aw rem e 4 BH Dahlia non Houston DW I iv*, fox* n) (lays probated two years Timothy John Brown Kt 4 1 a mon Lake I »W I finn fox* ii .ens** suspended one year J day s jail I y Ie VS ay IX* I >raa 72!f Mill V alley san Antonio Si * fine ** days pro bated two years son H Michael Nasif Jr of Massachusetts two f. rot her-Abraham Nash of Arizona and Kl lab! of Massa, bu set Is and tht*** gt aiKlchadr en Harald-Zritung USPs j 1 j (gfaj Published Sunda, mommy es lay Ae inevia « Thursday 1 i ' m, w* ■ -xx > ; * s. w Br ai nt» >«> Herald Publishing Co KA 5 Caste* Ave or PO * aw. 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