Tuesday, December 8, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 8, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Boys kick off 134A basketball raceTsee Page 7 New Braunfels 238 707Landa New Texas 78130 DSPS I I Ztiiuna1 SPS 377880 5126259144 AW On Tuesday 1987 25 Cents One Section 10 Page Tis the season for many things including Comal County Health 705 is offering flu vaccinations for SG each Wednesday from 9 to and from 2 to Vaccinations are recommended for those who have chronic who work with the or who are senior In addition to the clinic times in New health department nurses will bo giving vaccinations at Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace courtroom at Canyon Lake Dec 14 from Hi a in to noon Canyon Middle Schools sixth grade choir will perform a Christmas musical in the school commons beginning at 7 iu p m tonight when The Greatest Christmas Card will bv presented to the public This is the ston of family trying to decide which kind of Christmas card will best repre sent their wishes to family and friends director Jean UHK These twautiful cards created b the sixth grade art classes gi the audience the varied theme surnun ding Christmas and inalh the trur meaning or the stason Case Ferguson is cast m the lead o the Good Tidings Messenger A prelude will Ugin at 7 f p m In thr sixth grade band under in direction of Carolie WoH The per formance is tree Spnng Branch Hermann Sons IxKlge will have its Christinas Turkey Supper or mernlxrs juniors and adults lHc U at p m at the Part House familv should bring one or two coverexi dishes and snme swifts Supper is al ti p in and the program is 7 p MI II vou a junior who wants Santa to bring a gift put the child h name on the gilt New Uraunleis High School and Middle School choirs are hosting their annual Christmas conceit HV lf Performances are at 7 Ju p m at New Hraunfels High School Cafetonum Admission and refreshments are fret Hn t forget Teen Connections First Annual Stop Christmas Shop will be Ikv US and Irom a m to i p m at 1414 W San An loino Along with arts and crafts vendors Tevn tonnection is looking or lolks to sell bakrd See STAMMTISCH Page 2 17 shopping days to Christmas Onward through Die fog Afternoon temperatures today are expected to reach a high of 78 with southeast winds at about 10 mph Tonight will be clear and cool with a low of rising again tomorrow to 75 with strong southeast winds at about 15 mph A cold front is near and should reach the area Wednesday night or dropping afternoon highs betwexn Thursday and Saturday into the midto up per 60s No major chances of rain are seen The Menu 2 Community Sing fun The Sixth Annual Communi ty Sing sponsored by the Greater New Braunfels Arts Council was a great success Sunday evening with more than 200 people bringing lawn chairs and flashlights to the singalong on Main Plaza Bill at left directed the crowd from the Gazebo and put on quite a show Sandy and Christopher Welch use a miniflashlight to read by program at the which also featured the Canyon High Chamber who opened the program and sang a special number Rosie Lacunas led the group m the Spanish version of Silent Night followed by the German ver sion led by the Chamber Singers At the end of the program the whole group joined in the English ver sion of the popular song Photos by Deryl Judge appoints legal counsel for Strickland By DAVIDMAY Staff Writer For the second time in two Wesley Scott Strickland appeared Monday in County CourtaLaw without an attorney He declare himself indigent and the judge ap pointed legal After Strickland appeared Nov 23 without an CourtatLaw Judge Ron Prichard reset the ar raignment hearing for this week and instructed Strickland to have an at torney Canyon Lakebased attorney John Whitmire was assigned Monday to defend of Canyon Lake Whitmire requested the ar raignment be reset Prichard reset Stricklands arraignment hear ing for Dec 23 Strickland faces revocation of pro bation charges in county court in con nection with a Nov 8 hitandrun ac cident that left one woman dead and another critically injured A felony charge of failure to stop and render aid is expected to be presented to a grand jury Wednesday for action Maria died after she and a friend both of San were struck by a car as they walked along an Interstate tt access road Two days police found the car believed used in the ac cident That discovery resulted in the arrest of Probation revocation charges were filed and led to a subsequent arrest of Strickland after authorities deter mined he had tampered with a court ordered Guardian Interlock device Strickland has posted bonds of and Whitmire said he requested a two week delay to become familiar with the Strickland is expected to enter a plea on the revocation charge during his Dec 23 arraignment If Page 2 Officials say school would relieve growth Student to get upclose look at senate By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Administrators agree that a pro posed elementary school in the New Braunfels school district would relieve unanticipated growth in the The elementary which would serve secondand thirdgrade is the largest component of a S3 95 million bond proposal that will face voter approval Saturday The 28classroom school is estimated to cost S2 7 million John president of Comal tnited said he thinks the school district could find other ways to handle its needs needs CL T is primarily a county organization with members in the Canyon Lake area who lives at Canyon said CLT has no organized effort against the bond but members within the district oppose the has million that theyre afraid to he in referrence to the school districts million reserve fund You dont have enough fingers to count the empty buildings in New Braunfels and I think the school district needs to have the ability to conserve I dont believe m giving them any more sugar 1 dont think they should be asking or more money m these hard Pierson added that the two school districts in the county should con solidate their efforts to use their resources more wisely Classes at Memorial Primary School are within the required class size of 22 said principal Karen But there is very lit tle room for she Uith our we opened with 524 students and were not even two years old and weve got 648 Simpson She added that the four classrooms recently built at the school were planned to handle growth Those classes are now No one could have expected the kind of growth weve Simp son She added that a number of parents planning to move into the district have visited the campus recently Jane principal of Carl Schurz Elementary said she is excited about the growth within the district and the new state mandates requiring that classes not have more than 22 students Those changes are See Page 2 iaiuoh High SJkvl i is oiic ol IA m Texas icdasiLlcjMics to the I micd States Senate Youth Program 1 he announcement was made In day l Texas Senators 1hil Irumm and 1 loul Hcntsen Yarbrough will participate m week of intensive studs ol the Icdcral em eminent ami the Senate in The hy the William Randolph I are scheduled lot 1 6 m Along with 102 other elected high sJiool student IxxK olhcers two Itomeach the District ot Colum bia and the Depamnent of Defense Dependents Schools Ovciscas these young leaders will take pan in a weeklong close up look into federal government and the Sen Each delegate will also he awauled a college scholarship to study American government and related The operations of the Senate will be particularly stressed during the with the students sending time in the offices of their respecih e sena In briefings have been arranged with the leading cabinet a Supreme Court and several key members of the House of Republicans file for office Three candidates tiled Monda night with the Comal County Republican party oifice said party Chairman Uohhie KOI chers former filed for the Sheriffs ami local lawyer Gary Steel filed for the Counts Attorney post Both had previously announced then can duiacy for those offices Al Herbrich filed Monday to seek the position ol Precinct 2 He is the husband of District Clerk Margaret Herbrich who ran unsuccessfulh for Comal County Commissioners Court in 1984 Borchers also announced filings for 11 precinct all of which were uneontested Those of ficials and their precincts are Allene W of Precinct Harry Precinct Tim Van Precinct La Verne Precinct Jack Precinct Mary Margaret Precinct 17 Iloena L Precinct Jimmy Precinct Nell Precinct 2 o Charles Precinct 21 and Precinct 23 T he Republican and Democratic parties will man 23 voting precincts dunng primary elections slated for March Comal County Democratic Par ty Chairman Virgil Gaskms reported no tilings to date for the 10 local offices with terms expir ing next vear Gaskms said 21 precinct chairmen had filed and requested to withold those of ficers names pending the final two precinct appointments Deadline for filing for office is January 4 Brian Yarbrough 1 think it is a vvondeitul opportu nity to go and learn about how our iongiess works ami wtuu our elected olluialsdo in the Yaibrough Cheer Fund to brighten holiday The annual Cheer Fund has a goal of making the holidays brighter for 200 area families by providing Christ mas feasts The HerulilZtiiung sponsors the The son of Carol Hall of New Biaunlels and Mel Yaibiough of Garden Yarbrough is president ol the Texas Association of Student vice president of the Can yon High School Student president of the National Honor Society and captain of the Cougar football Lai a Johnson of Humble was ap as the other Texas delegate to the fund drive each year and receives assistance from the National Guard and Community Service Center The goal in 1987 is to provide Christmas dinners for 2io families in the area who might not otherwise be able to enjoy a holiday feast TaxdeductiWe donations to the fund and contributions of non perishable food items are being ac cepted at the newspaper 707 New Braunfels The HeraldZeitung will publish the names of contributors to the Cheer Fund each For more informa tion or to arrange for pickup of dona call Carol A very The total in the fund is now Donations were received Friday and Monday from and Roland Erna Joan and Larry Richard Mr and Mrs Robert Alan and Betty Betty and Brian and groceries and Mrs G Holzmann Mr and Hilary and groceries Mr and Dorwa Mr and Mrs Jim Wallace and Margaret George and Frances Raymond and Elizabeth Leroy and Karen Michael and Kegina and anonymous donations of and

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