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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 22, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 410 M053 TEXAS AMERICAN MICROFILM ATT PETE SINCLAIR BOX 45436 TX 75245 City Utility bills but only this month See below Comal same inlow down 36 Canyon outflow cfs same Edwards up Canyon Lake level down Local Area second graders write to Santa Sections B and C r Smithson Valley wins basketball see 12A New Braunfels Herald New Texes Sunday December 1985 248 50 Cents 24 Pages Sections Christmas cheer Members of the Texas National Guard and the staff of the HeraldZeitung were busy Saturday delivering Christmas packages to 125 needy families for the The Cheer which is spongprgdI yearly by the collected to provide these families with DERYLCLARKHERAIDZEITUNG the makings for holiday Pictured guardsmen David Robert Perez and Bob load up their jeeps with the Pictured goodwill caravan moves out to deliver the Cheer Fund Woman hit by train By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer An unidentified woman survived but sustained multiple injuries when she was hit by a train miles west of Marion on KM 78 about Three ambulances appeared on the scene as well as a Guadalupe County Sheriffs Department a witness and a Guadalupe Sheriff Department spokesperson Two ambulance from Universal Cityi were at the scene when we got there and one of them already had her immobilized and ready to Afonso a paramedic with the Seguin Fire Department said The woman could be seen by the train conductor walking on the tracks when she appeared to have jumped under the the paramedic said he heard reported at the She had no identification on her and she was pretty so no identification could be made at the Araujo The woman showed signs of having possible broken a head injury and other but doctors at Northeast Baptist where she was be ing taken will evaluate hfr more thoroughly and determine her condi tion and trc the paramedic What a break By DEBBIE DaLOACH Staff writer Many New Braunfels Utilities customers are rubbing their eyes in and some even calling to make sure theres been no mistake on their bills this But Roberta Utilities col lection said those calls are liable to turn into complaints after New Years A lot have saying we must have made a mistake because their bills have never been this low Schmid Im telling them everything hit all at and they wont be able to base next mon ths bill on this According to her Schmid said fuel costs are at their lowest since It could be farther back than she but thats where my chart here This months bills to Utilities customers also reflect varying credits as part of a rebate from the Lower Colorado River Authority for overcollected fuel Utility bills show a but only for this one month costs earlier this Utilities trustees voted to return the rebate to local based on their individual kilowatt consump tion for the months of May and That action meant about off the average residential A percent interim power cost designed to recover in creased supplier costs charged by LCRA until Utilities own rates could be has also overcollected since it went into effect last Schmid said the PCA was lowered to 2 percent on this months bill to help compensate for the overcollection since Unseasonablywarm weather has also contributed to this months sub but spokeswoman Connie Meyer warned thats due to Were not sure what the PCA will be next but we know the LCRA rebate wont be there We hope fuel costs will still be but we know the weather will probably be See Page 16A Busy hands Students in Jackie Brinkkoerters class at Cart Schurz Elementary School were kept busy recently making Christmas Chad Caldwell instructs Guadalupe Silvas and Charles Becker in the art of preparing the Christmas Juvenile sentenced toTYC By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writar Two juveniles who had been caught after burglarizing a jewelry store for 7 went before District Judge Robert Pfeuffer and one was sent to a Texas Youth Com mission facility A 15yearold and a 12yearold had been caught by police in bushes out side Samis Fine Jewelry with over in the police report Though all the jewelry was a window broken to ac quire entrance had to be paid The order of the court included restitution to the jewelry store for the Both youths have been under juvenile probations supervision since the The probation officers recom mended the disposition of both cases after investigating the boys backgrounds and their families ability to supervise court testimony The 15yearold had done well at the Teen Connection Alternate School and had convinced probation officers and teachers that he had turned his attitude court testimony Also the boy had started working at a parttime and his parents attended the appeared to have a lot of interest and control over the the probation officer and lawyer See Page 16A Texas Commerce files suit against Vermillion Housing By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writar Texas Commerce Bank has fil ed a lawsuit against Vermillion Housing Corporation and Delanor Peter Johnson for owing money on a Vermillion Housing is a Comal County corporation that developed some subdivisions in the Canyon Lake The suit filed 12 alleges that Vermillion Housing borrowed 1981 on a real estate lien note payable on or before July The note was secured by a conti nuing guaranty and a deed of trust for Lot 1 Block 3 of Oakrun Sub division was also given to Ted Cook for the plaintiff at the time the note was the suit Vermillion refused to pay the note when presented with a for mal and therefore a foreclosure sale of the property by public auction occurred in ac cordance with the terms of the deed of trust Dec The property sold for SI but the amount owed including in terest on the note of and costs and fees of the sale ol All of these costs were stipulated in the deed of the suit Inside CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD DEARABBY J8C 2C ny on Winds will be from the southeast near 10 miles per hour to DEATHS HOROSCOPE KALEDIEOSCOPE OPINIONS SPORTS WEATHER Todays weather This mornings clouds should be gone by early becoming partly cloudy again tonight and sun 1213A
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