New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 13, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 13, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 13, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas JtammTlech i «niar Hock I ll i tut- will have it> Christmas parts amt meeting M»>n d.is from T to » p rn at th** Kxten 'ton meeting room I'he Park- ami Bis re at nm I apartment in its endeavor to con tmually pr**\t• 1** interesting and • sty, at Iona I • aitdoor nature pro grams for the * om rn units is mak mg .1 i hr "'n, is vs sh \ st 'some of th* it* ms th* leva (intent is looking for include animal twines and ski let Ohs sn.i s«- vh ;n- furs in* Hint * sd an rn. ab amt birds ns kNB boys, girls place in tournament play,Page 16 a New Braunfels ilk Four Sections 6? Pages 707 Landa St New Braunfels Texas 78*30 '-LISPS 377*880. 512-625-9 Sunday December 13 1987 50 Cents Voters approve NBISD package B, SARAH DUKE School supported all three i propel StiM Writer lions bv a more than tw o-to-one New Braunfels school distru t margin patrons Saturday narrowly a ipprov ed saturday - election results mean a a three point Cts. millu bond new element ary school will be built pa* kage to fund new . las-co *>ms and in the —choel I district - southern al- land acquisition within the di strict tendance zoo *• on pr«*perty a [limning NBIM> superintendent < barie- Memorial I *rimar> -ch.***! The Bradberry -aid saturday s «*l»s. t ion M fMJtvI VV 111 ( souse se* *>nd and third marked th** fir-! tim*- lr tis en! grade -iud* ! fs Vise cl ates rot int - w ill hi-tory th.*! -* h**.. d -'n* ! % liters be ao«t*si -«s*i«* f ementar. S< hoot have approved a !*tnd Is-*)*- on It - and traffu improv emesits WL* be first vote made at lame Mar Pfin.arx school I think {hi- means .» lot * lf fas .pie Proposition I in* tufmg 1 ’!** .rn worked real hard Brsttt* ’fry said proven ents to elementary sC nCiOi Si after hearmg ele* lion results p.t-.-«s1 ">V kl ; ~* - ra ent NBlsD employees an I so .si PropfsUHH a 2 which a iii*" ..ted parent- rn* nm ted .* major * ampasgr i it {of I ll fit* AA CI VS ft nims at pushing approx a1 ut the bon* is clar mg Nm Hr*i un 11 -*.- H.gr, pa sod the last three week - In !<***- t tw eiec bv the va icirs? I marpn > pwc Hon Br a* HW ITV -aid N BIM * ad I* fH I f lOI n 3 viMcti pa -s*sf bv monist rotors .md .*th* r it llrrrN.ft.Hl ! Cif fb«* Villi4 ii. h den persons gav •■ 77 pi••*-«*ni.i lllOflS I ai | a ii U fJ ti * AA M. 'Tlt.ltl l Hit t*s rn*>re than I *• „<* ai re- lent n r \ Br a it-* rf. ^asd vt tong rani P ; ..tan piaming * by th* fund issue ' In fH'tHj I ll lh A ll* x s iT\. 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I til a* slate s th** ei«'two v ©ter- rn Precinct I Ahull voted at Laie blat Cr (mar Paqe2A A .owe' mat ante:.pated number c* voters turned out to cast Sabots ?n th© CKjrd ejection Photo by Deryi Clark Opponents organize to fight election B» DAVID MAY Staff Writer The first public opposition to at tempts to incorporate Canyon Lake surf a. *-<1 J- rida> afternoon as a group of about KH citizens met at the Can\on Lake Hills < mc Club Citizens on both sides of the issue aired their view- m a discussion moderated by Civic flub President Ed Zw ald I tried to be as fair as I could tie und* r the circumstances / w ald, an opponent to Incorporation said I incited those I knew who are for it to attend and I think they got to speak as long as every one else \ group of lake area citizens ii eluding Zwald organized he meeting to voice their concerns and to gain information a> a Jan 16 eiec Don date draws near A majority OI voters that day will decide whether or not Canyon Lake will become a Texas general law city The impress) n following the IO minute discussion and quest son and answer session was that a majority of those attending believe that white the area »s growing rapidly and ne ghbormg cities are expanding their extra territorial jurisdictions til** lake area i- several years aw av from necessary incorporation They See ELECTION Page 2A or kitten (.awl • pl. -I through 12 shopping days to Christmas I ho anticipate'! front Ahi* h was supj**,s» i ti* bring v.isitiiafiv centi**! temps Is lo big little more than bringing i*. it a* gottii cham *■> for rain over Ihe next * (HipIt* **f days I dday will Im- most iv cloudy with higtss in tm* low ut* \ Ai p**i * out * hance of ram in the morning jumps to a 4** percent possibility ny the afternoon l*owx Sunday night will settle th the mid ans \s winds shift to a more soutberiv flow chances for rain Monday up to a*- kl chance with highs in the mid *k>s expe» ted the Menu BUSINESS Cl ASSII It 0 COMICS CROSSWORD OUR ABBY EDUC AI ION ENTERTAINMENT KALEIDOSCOPE OPINIONS SPORTS WEATHER I? UA ll I SB I OB 3A SB 6B 9B I I IB 4A 16 19A uCenter offers an alternative B . SABAN OU** f St*** A *r»Marcaurele announces for constable election <fitter im ngevet * g give vout? a * hi Isl!ll van* 1.1 az mg or g* ding Side he a i>!«-*. Tor • es said sex era1 ’b** Cliv helped equip ' w4reb.*UM‘> tom* rte weight and evert iv r< • g--' vt See Cl NTE B Page 2A Navy crew Getting into the spirit rescues 40 after attack MW \ M \ Bahrain \|* \l's Navy warship and a FA f,«* ivopter rex .(ii «• terrine*! pelv ic Saturday from a blazing supertanker hit by an Iranian gum mat ill the southern per Mad 1 >ult V pregnant aoru*!i wax among thus* s,n«j The v bartered belli, opte; in th* * Bs telex im I sh,ala*! he'll Optef th a net I rom lifted tile ypriot oil very very frighten correspondent Mien crew from the lanker Pivot The) w ere et! said CBS IM//ex describing how the crew bud died rn th** t»ow *11 the tanker as tile I v bein opter made repeated trips landing seven limes un the de* k VMw*n we first landed they rushed th** helicopter \u un* was hurt in th** attack or in the fire whith wa- brought .ruler c ofUrot after fix e hours lh** * hamlier is part of the ii unit Middle bast Force that protis ts I is flagged commercial navigation in the gulf U was the first lime a I s waisbip OO patrol in the gulf undertook a ma jor rescue mission I S Navy officials said the war ship rendered humanitarian assisi ame in line with Pentag**n defined rules of engagement govern mg the presence of the force in tire gull It was also the first time jour nalistx were involved in a rescue mis Mon in the “tanker war ” Iran ami Iraq high have regularly attacked foreign ships in their 7 year old w ar The LBS helicopter terne*! 3# pen pie in alt from the Pivot to the ('handler ■ *luadaiupe * --unty reserve officer and former sheriff- deputy <' Marc Marc auride ha- announced hi- arulidacy for Lr*-- met 2 ‘‘on f stab.** there Mar*.aurei** a Bepubltt ar. was I employed as * Guadalupe county Sheriff from 11(85 to lier and was a * omai County resent officer four I vvar- prior to his employment with lh** Guadalupe t'ounty sheriffs department H* vowed if elected to M-rv * the citizen- of Pre*, met 2 in >uadatupB I oun’y with more effective patrols maintain a high visibihtv within the ds-tnet mag** himself known to the people and available with prompt response I will firmly but :airly enforce ail Texas aw- tut ’he i**nefit of the peopleof Pre* rn*' - h* -aid \ Infused peace officer with the state and a menderof 'ti** t.ua ialupe Valley Peace (Officers A-sui tat ion, Marcaureie I- retired military cc ith military police experience lie has a four year degree sn taw enforcement and is a slate * embed classroom instructor in law enforcement marksmanship and security He als** ha- investigative experience and is a licensed polygraph examiner rn Texas C Marc Marcaureie He resigned from th* Guadalupe *. ounty '-heriff - department to seek the constable s post I Commissioners okay bid to clean courthouse Ann Bartholomew and her granddaughter Daisy Dimick were busy Saturday preparing for the busy holiday season The pair made their rounds buying Christmas presents and window shopping. tPhoto by Detyl Clark) Bv DAVID MAY $f*H Writer Comal vaunty Commissioners Thursday in two ;i 2 votes approved a low hid from a Dallas firm to dean and restore the exterior of th* historical county courthouse National Restoration Company received the award with a bid of 923.9UO Seven firm- had i id the pro jeer with bids ranging to a high of (Bl OOO The split votes resulted in objec lions from * dm miss loners Clyde Jacobs ami Ned Craigrmle, who re quested all bids be refused and the work rebidded Bepaint mg of about JO to 35 metal-frame windows in the did jail were not included in the specifications which had already been altered once One of the seven firms to bid the ex tenor restoration included a price for that work of around $7 too for a primer coat and two coats of paint Motions included approval of the low bid and another to modify the contract to ti'dud*- the window re painting • We haven t done our homework it isn't complete yet. Craigmile said prior to the contracts approval “I think this ought to be re looked at and go after a complete jot) Jacobs concurred saying he would prefer to see a rebid The bids received were twice what commissioners felt the work would cost At one point the county modified specifications to include ex tensive work accompanying the pro ject including retooling and grouting of mortar joints painting and window replacements VV lien the bids came in higher than expected commissioners began look mg at alternative means of cleaning the courthouse through donated tools materials and labor or perhaps delaying th* work until next year County Auditor Bate Bond said monies were available through over See SID Page JA ;

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