New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 11, 1987, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 11, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2A Herald-Zeduno New Braunfels Texas Friday Where to vote in Saturday's NBISD bond issue election If you know your New Braunfels ISO Trustee District number, look at the list below to determine w here you will vote in Saturday s bond election If you know your county precinct number, the second list will give you a choice of polling places at which to vote New Braunfels ISD Trustee District #1 votes at l*one Star Elementary, 144 Hidalgo County precincts 2,3.4.6 and 7 New Braunfels ISD Trustee Distnct #2 votes at Seele Elementary, 540 Howard. County precincts I. 2. 3, 6. 8. i5. 22. and Guadalupe Coun tv -362 New    Braunfels    ISD    Trustee Distnct #3 votes at New Braunfels Middle    School. 659    V\ Guenther County precincts I. 2. 6. 8 ll. 15. 22 and 23 New    Braunfels    ISD    Trustee District *4 votes at Lamar Elementary, 240 N Central County precincts I. ll. 15.16 and 20 New    Braunfels    ISI)    Trustee District *5 votes at New Braunfels High School. 2551 l*oop 337 N County precincts 8 9. 12. 16. 17 22 and 23 County precinct I Seele. Middle School. Lamar County precinct 2 - Lone Star, Seele. New Braunfels Middle School County precinct 3    Lone Star Seele County precinct 4 Lone Star County precinct 6    Lone Star, Seele. New Braunfels Middle School County precinct 7 - Lone Star County precinct 8 Seele. New Braunfels Middle School. New Braunfels High School County precinct 9 — New Braunfels High School County precinct ll New Braunfels Middle School. New Braunfels High School County    precinct    12    New Braunfels High School County    precinct    15    New Braunfels Middle School Lamar County precinct 16 Lamar. New Braunfels High School County    precinct    17    New Braunfels High School County precinct 20 Lamar County precinct 22 Seele New Braunfels Middle School    New Braunfels High School County    precinct    23    New Braunfels Middle School. New Braunfels High School Guadalupe County *362 Seele Kiesling Continued from Page 'A to property owners and subdivisions just outside the city limits of New Braunfels Kiesling said those patrols have ‘ resulted rn the lowest burglary rate of any precinct in the county” and were programs he plans to continue to stress if re elected Weather Water Watch Comal River...........................418 cfs (same) Canyon Lake inflow..................... 279 cfs (same) Canyon Lake outflow...................70    cfs (down I)* Canyon Lake level..................... 903 05 (up .04) Edwards Aquifer....................... 627 91 (up .OI) •At the request of the Guadalupe Blanco River Authority the dam gates are closed and OBRA has begun pumping water over the dam through its newly constructed pipeline The U S Corps ot Engineers office at Canyon Dam is an official collection point tor recyclable aluminum cans donated to help save the Battleship Teias a veteran of two ftortd Wars that is now rusting away in dock Take beverage cans to the corps office between 8 a rn and 4 30 p rn Monday through Friday For more information cad I 800 64 TEXAS Extended ForecastsForecast SOETH TEXAS Patchy fog along the coast Saturday mom mg Otherwise clear to partly cloudy through >aturday Turning cooler north on Saturday l*ows tonight near 4*i Hill Country to the lower 60s along the lower coast Highs Saturday. 60s north lo ans south NORTH TEXAS Fair tonight turning colder northwest Lows from the lower 3us northwest to around So southeast Partly cloudy and colder Saturday with highs from the upper 4os nor thwest to mid 60s southeast WEST TEXAS Mostly fair south through saturday Partly cloudy tonight and mostly cloudy Saturday Lows tonight mid 2os north to the mid ids far west and Permian Basin to around lo Con cho Valley and along the river Highs Saturday mainly in the 5os except near 70 along the river Bail bonds Continued from Page IA Since I originated the program I feel it my responsibility to seek answers to those questions Therefore I will aggressively at tempt to determine if in fact there are any bonds filed which are still collectable ” In addition Schroeder said he has also begun steps to organize forma lion of a bail bond board in Comal County He said he hopes such a board will be in an organizational stage early in January of next year “With the creation of a board, bon ding companies would have to comply with the law regulating bonding companies and to deposit certain funds with the county Schroder said "The board would have the authority lo approve bonding com pames and to assure each year that bonding companies are in com pl lance * The prosecutor has said he initiated the reduced forfeiture practice because of problems with procedure and docketing of cases in the district clerk suffice County Judge Fred Clark said Thursday he is satisfied with the district attorney s actions to in vestigate the questionable judgments and his work to organize a board and hoped to put the matter to rest soon Case law uncovered to date through county officials and records indicates those judgments were not proper and that writs are available to the county to overturn those rulings and order the full amounts lo be entered and paid if all other statutory requirements are met State taw also indicates statutes of limitations in these cases have not expiredSunday—T uesday SOETH TEXAS Increasing clouds on Sunday Cloudy with a chance of rain most sections Mon day and Tuesday Turning cooter Sunday and Monday Low> each day from the 4us north to Sos south with lbs in the hill country High:-* Sunday in the 6o> north and 70s vjuth Highs Monday and Tuesday from the 5os north to the 60s south WEST TEXAS Mostly cloudy and much colder A chance of snow Panhandle and south Plains and rain showers elsewhere main Iv Monday and Tuesday Panhan die highs mostly in the Jus Lows mid 20s to mid teens South Plains highs mid 40s to mid tos l*ows mostly in the 2ns Permian Basin highs mostly in the 40s Lows mid jus to mid 2os Concho Valley highs mostly in the 4os Lows mostly in the 3os Far west highs Sos Sundav 4os Mondav and Tues day Lows mid Jus to mid 2os Big Bend highs 5os mountains to 60s along the Rio Grande Sunday cool mg to 4os mountains and 50s along Rio Grande Monday and Tuesday l*ows in th** ios except 2us moun tains NORTH TEXAS Rain over western sections Sunday spreading over the remainder of the area Monday and Tuesday Colder with lows in the 3us Highs in the mid 40s to midTexas Fog that reduced visibility to less than one fourth of a mile pro rnpted the National Weather ser vice to issue a dense fog advisory early today for lh** upp«*t and mid die Coastal Plains The fog was the result of light w inds a shallow layer of moisture near the surface along the coast and dry air aloft Meanwhile the rest of Texas had generally clear skies due to a very dry at mosphere over the state The National Weather Servut* fore* ast says clear to partly cloudy <»kies are expected statewide tonight l*ows tonight ranging from the mid 2»»s in the Panhandle to near ♦*■ in the l>>w«*r Rio Grande \ alley Early morning temperature were mostly in the 4os and »>s with a few readings in the u*s over the Big Bend and the Hill Country and some in the nos over tile Coastal Plains Early morning ex treme readings were a low of ut degrees at Sanderson and June Hon and a high of 67 degrees at the Corpus Christi Naval Air Station J b ICS r I* C KAI. AI I RA I LA*. I * » FR * ClR. Richard Rhodes, Jr. LI.** !    /\I j I a I be 1Cera. Appl aisa I District December 11,1987 Hunan Restaurant (x>/ne *~7t>r , 77u —zjfc?)—is ()/ ({/tsfx/zuax c / Thursday, December IO until Wednesday, December 23 Sponsored By Participating Downtown Merchants Daily Gift Drawings Grand Prize Drawing    GRAND    PRIZE December 23! $300 00 worth of Gift Certificates 2nd Prize $200 OO worth of Gift Certificates 3rd Prize SKK) worth of Gift Certificates did ( ertiftcutes Hedeemable at any Downtown Asmn uition MenitMT Brauntex Theater The Collection Connie Shoe Store Dai Toymaker The Flower Dot The Gold Bow Henne Hardware Johnson Furniture Lacks Mill St Mer* hanttle Sleep Well Furniture & Auto Care Servicenter Milt Ferguson Paul Bruner s Choile!! % Crow s Firestone Densons Flowers by Sharon Goepf Jewelers Heavenly Delights HFB Food Store The Lollipop Salges Jacob Schmidt Vollbrec ht’s Pharmacy Krueger Chevrolet ;