New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 25, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Canyon, SV boys post basketball wins, See Page 9A New Braunfels >1V Zeitung Wednesday Vol 134 No 229 707 LandaSt New Braunfels. Te*as 78130 (LISPS 377-880 5i2-62c-9i44 November 25.1987 25 Cents ao actions 24 Pages -STaimtulecti Although manx make trip* to New england to view the changing fall colors New Braunfels has its own autumn beaut) Chinese fallow tr«x*' especially in the < »uada Coma area have blossomed into lull color to the delight of area residents Another glorious fall sight is the profusion of Sumo* along T M ••»> which have turn*xl bright ml ac cording lo on** reader who h.*' t*x*n iH.it and atxHit late!) And lf you re kHiking for more there are a few I re*,* Myrtles Spanish Oak' and Walnuts th,*’ has*' change I their New Braunfels Presbyterian hunh *7«i Howard will have hard working folks at « its Hall (»Hints Courthouse Comal \p praisai Inst rn t and most others have tomorrow off to celebrate t hondas w th their families But ha* k to work for some *m r mias Ai th* Hi git I its Hail Will tx* i in'* garbage will Ie pi* ked up on th* regular *- heduie lh* appt a sal flee will remain closed to give emptov ees another *las off hor Herald-Zen un*; it Witt he ha* k t« buxines' as usual or> r ndas atte closing for Thanksgiving T he deadline ta approaching ft the put4ic to order th* tradttt m hondas cookies from th*.' I on*a. i «H,* \ ,k -\iM Motlier ■> • i Last M. sear the gung Ma! I* Weiner W itll ready t or pit aul Neb* *4 Tor > nformatM order' * all VV a I‘aul HK * Be* MT Bigger s Coft'tic Sfti tat > N bu ley VSI NM f'it* % Moore 4 Breme r HIC* 44 ‘* |x*r AK » 48 * County looking at organizing bail bond board Pilgrims and Indians B , DAVID MAY StaM Writer i nm ai t ountv officials are discus district judge and no one has 'aid anything In the past Schroeder initiated a mg a second attempt at organizing a pn*gram of collecting approximately local bail bond board to overs*** cor    on*-third of forfeited bonds citing porate bonding operation' rn the    bookkeeping problem' and mounting unpaid bonds as reasons for making agreements with corporate bonding county Problems in recent years with ci :*t lion of bond forfeitures pres lously companies prompted disc cession of forming such That practice has 'topj**d Her that for several bruh said There will tx* no more SLIT \*ieiifh‘ els Flirt ic h the* €51 *>'*4.‘ m ha I na Margaret slap Order deadline Is Nov hi A For I adtes nniv lingerie fashion show will tx' held Friday morning at the Br aul (lex Pleater *kiwti!own Pie preview 'flow will feature both nice ami naughts lingerie fast lions an«l wilt tx* See it AMMI ISCH PacjtJA lTx* cool front that dew through last night hie w aw ay some of the clouds st h*da\ will tx* sunny with a high ut T i Tonight will tx* cl* ar and cold with temperatures drop ping to Bu* 4os Thank sgiv mg Day possibly will have clouds but will Ix* fairly nice w uh a high in the uj>jx*r Mi* or low 70s Thursday night s low will tx* in tile his or upper 4os !he Menu CLASSIFIED 9 I2B COMICS 8B CROSSWORD 3A DEAR ABBY 4B EDUCATION SA ENTERTAINMENT SB HOROSCOPE 8B KALEIDOSCOPE I 9B OPINIONS 4A SPORTS 9 1?A TV LISTINGS 8B WEATHER 2A lo fruit mn :ol lee ting i*> than Uh* full amount • ettng a *' held Munday after lf I has*- a judgment it will have to !h rn ent ii >i ti n k failure erat Hers Mary ^ <mld require tM t MU I hat would tx* absolute!*, great s* hroe ler said It was tried be for tint! fIt cti<ln t    to    Apt of the gr<xind but I w ant«MM* I filers said of the failure to impi* men! such a governing body interest seemed to fall an art ms ting levs than fair it I fit* ch Min t v \b hm>Im hm intl I f 14 I Nut * '*4 It f #* cl Ii f ■f't* 112 I *111 sal judgments Judge and tiles weft- aw are o *re signing No tax* * ai to do anything except be paid or the1, won t tx* allowed to write a bond Records sit* a that of S'* xx in forfeited bonds approximately s »    a pp nos e*1 for :>*Tr. ’tai Vs tm rid money is col Ie* ted bs the coon od    tv it is periodic ally tume*f ov er to h    ’he county where funds ultimatels go les    into the general fund ■ep    N<i mom s w ,i' missing from the he district clerk s bond account fund and the district attomev s office df    re* else' jy, portion of the rn one v ley    se hr**, ter 'aid that had ans fund' >n    tx*eti declared missing he would have requested an investigation bs she Texas Hungers Former District Clerk Hazel Kuhn under whose second term the coli**, bons and alleged tx*»kkeepmg pro hiemx o* curred defended her offu * saying sin* faxed great difficulties in personnel sn*triages an*1 in receiving pnfer paperwork from the HA s of As t.*r as bookkeeping errors I think that u> wrong Kuhn said Tues lay ‘ Bonding companies were com mg into ti*** office with a letter from s* hmeder without us first re* els mg ac*«ps I had to read their letter first I dido t have anything to do with that I took it for grant***! it was ap prosed tty the judges I did not ques Hon the DA I never had ans pro * .ems with Schroeder I trust to woik with him Students in area e‘ernentarv schools celebrated thanksgiving oy donning costumes to act out the first Thanksgiving Mrs Karan Brawner top {e*t a first-grade tea her at ne Star E ementary works on one of toe many decorations *or toe hobo* ’east Above rich! lay kindergarteners from left Curtis Carroll Courtney Ramey Robert Gonzales and Andrea Va verde admire their handiwork The youngster in Martha Parkers class made I a remats and turkey shaped napkin holders iPhotos bv Dery-Ciaikt -O’ c lemerda* Fair distribution Michie urges city to develop merit raise plan i its Manager Jo** Michie urged the New Braunfels City Pounce this w****k to t .irefully develop a merit ss stem to fairly distribute 'alarv in creases tor city employ *x*> This is something you just don t rai Se. BAIL BONDS Pag* .A cnteria for the job ! rn ail for merit raises but as you get into it you ll realize* there > a lot more to it Michie whose resignation will become effective Feb t* said men! „ ,    .    — .    —m*s have alout as mans ad 1 up one year and decide to do    vantages as they have disad- ra tv** 'aid ytHj need to train your    vantages evaluator and vou need to set sour mtage K«* prepare*! when you get into thai to be criticized for discriminating against certain employees having unfair super s isors and having gries antes filed It is not easy lo get into he said The city manager said giving merit ses without specific criteria for See MERIT Page 7AClassrooms, safety key issues of Proposition 1 r aurite! s IMH Proposition I instruction of a i tux *i conversion Ie men! ars gy mn.: assi mans aru! ct . rn na si urn an*! * ha x* present pi* kuj a students at In if th** I ic* J J New Mi issue it lisles funding for a rx*w elementary of th** see Ie urn into four st rut t ion of a .se in location of and delivery site H* star I*rtfiian lh** planiM* stunateil to av* JU * I assn and grade c! ‘rin arx St h lasses I rom I element ary '*rw*ol ost Si* 7 million will oms and will tkiti.se se a's**' from Memorial xii and third grade t arl v bur/ Ftemen .ary school im* n**w school will tx* built un H avn*' of school bagnet property near Memona! Primary i oiudru* Hon ut a ix*w htHHii will alley lab* the crowding that Memorial an*! » arl Schurz are experiencing Four classrooms were adifed to Memorial while the svh*«>l wa' under construction a year and a half ago F tHir more classrooms were added during the school s first year To pros id** for next sear s expected enrollment at Memorial plans are un*ler was to move a portable building from lame Mar to Memorial VS** simply v ann*»t handle the growth here at Memorial in a was that is go***! for children Book rooms and teacher workrooms are being us ed for reading rooms arui there are aa students in th** gym at a time for physical edu* ation with one teacher assisted by an aid** said Karen Simpson Memorial Primary prin Opal To accommodate the number of students in the cafeteria lunches begin at ll a rn with the last group finishing lunch at I kl p rn Next year lulu bes will begin at lu 40 a rn Also Neele Ftementary School will iH*etl f*H*r avlditionai classrooms tx*v a us** of a growth in enrollment and a 22 to I pupil to teacher ratio mandated by House Hill 72 tor kindergarten through fourth grade classes Presently there are 22 classes at N«*ele and all classes are full In Uh* fall of 1*88 when the new class ratio is implemented 2*» classrooms will tx* needed The district plans to convert the gymnasium now used for physical education and music classes into four classrooms Ai really equipped with air conditioning and heating it w ill cosi le ss to convert the riHiin and build a new multi purpose metal building similar to on** at Lone Mar Primary that it will be to build tour new rooms VNork at Neele is projec ted to cost SITA (HIO The first proposition also includes moving the main entrance of lame Nt.»r from Hidalgo Mreet to San An bmio .street Students currently are delivered and picked up on a one way 'tree! that floods during rains SeeNBiSD Page JA Residents share Thanksgiving with more than 600 neighbors Bt SARAH DUKE StaM t der Thank'giving is a time for being with family members hut local residents have dec tile*! to go beyond their own families and share the *lav with the community Dm* congregation at St John s Kpiscopal Church is getting ready for its third Thanksgiving dinner Church members exjxxd as many as uxi (K*opie to slum up who are in need or alone or win) jusl want to share the dav with others Mr Haft I s will have a different kind of Thanksgiv mg dinner for those who can’t U* with their families or wtio need a go*xl meal Salad spaghetti and pizza make up Uh* alternative to turkey and the usual fixings Bolh dinners are f*eing coordinated with the help of the Community Ner vice Center which identifies families and jx*is*»ns who need to a place to eat Thursday Suzy Garcia of the* center said Tuesday she is distributing tickets to jnxiple who im xx! a place to go for Thanksgiving \Ne have a lot of people here we know will need tw*lp and we went to the nutrition center for senior citizens because we know some of them w ill be alum* on 'Thanksgiving Garcia said She added that while most elderly residents will tx* with their families Thursday some w ill lie alone and theist* are the ones she is in vitmg to dinner at either the pizza parlor or the churc h Nome jxxtple would rather go have pizza spaghetti and salad and then some say they would rather have the traditional meal So this way we can serve them both ‘ Gar cia said The Community Serv ice Center is passing out tickets for both meals Dinner will Im* served at the church at noon ! and 2 p rn Mr Gatti’s will serve dinner at ll a rn noon and I P rn The Rev Kolx*rt Keith pastor of St John s Kpiscopal Church said the Thanksgiving dinner at the church has been a blessing to Uh* congrega Hon It gives members a way to serve others in need and to share the holt day together The idea grew out of the Rev and Mrs Keith s memories of their favorite Thanksgiving when they shared dinner with atxiut 15 peo pie rn their home “V\e extend tin* invitation to any oih* needs to tie fed or who s alone So if you re in need or alone you re welcome Keith said of Thursday’s dinner He added that although he exptx ts to feed aUmt wxi pe**ple Thursday a minimum of planning g*x*s into the dinner it just sort of happens VNe decid ed it’s the laird s work ami we ll just fit into the plan as we can he said Approximately iou church members ami others either cooked or served last year, he said Church members cook everything for the big day including TOU pounds of turkey that s LM 30 pounders and dressing for tkM people Besides the massive dinner al the church Keith said church mein tiers delivery about 75 meals to people w ho can't leav e their homes Cheer Fund takes dona tions Thanksgiving is a lime to be thankful for our blessings One way to do this is to remember those who are less fortunate Tile Herald Zenung along with the National Guard and Coni mumty Service Center each year sponsor the Cheer Fund drive to provide Christmas dinners for needy lambies in the New Braunfels area This yeai the annual I fleer Fund began with a balance of l!#»4 27 Last year, the fund started with a balance of $1,221 20 and through the generous dona lions of residents met the goal to fee*! 2uo families The goal in H*87 is to provide Christmas dinners for JOU families in the area who might not otherwise be able to enjoy a holiday feast So that means that more than $4.UUU must tie lollected before Dei 18 Contribution* of non perishable tuod items also are being accepted at Hie m*w soaper office TTH* Herald Zen un# will publish the names of contributors to the Cheer Fund each day Contributions art* tax deductible and may tie made at the newspaper office at 7u? l^inda. New Braunfels lexas 7813U For more information or to arrange for pickup of donations call Carol Avery al 625 *144 Making donations Tuesday were Kvelyn Tuohy $25 Wilbur and Margaret Thompson $*2o Mr and Mrs RN Givens $25 Laura VAoolven, Melissa Blalock and Katie NA oui v en a bag of candy, and anonymous contributions of $25 $5 two bags of groceries and one hag of groceries with $5 These donations bring the total to $1508 .18 ;

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