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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas ■LaGuadalupe River gets 15,000 new resident*, ge New Braunfels >1V vol 134 No r33 Lancia S* New Braunfels. Te»as 7^ 3C ■ USPS 37" fir Tuesday December 1. 1987 25 Cents One Section uPaaes All is ready Singers will t*e tuning up tonight (nim 7 to 9 p rn in tho last rehoar sal (or tho Advent \ espers Massed Choir Concert at First Baptist Church santa (Tara ami Chass streets MI singers in tm* Now Braunfels aroa an* invited to par (input? in proparng for tho cont ort which will be I ss t, at 4pm t ho massed * hon ;s it rn ted t v Meiitta Frueh ami is s|*tnsored bv Now Braunfels Mush studs » ut This is tho 2ftfh soar (or tho holiday |*»*r formanoe Human** nm lot is looking (or d«> annual iTinstma* ma just ans (cmd Now Braun HS to Its th!! .1 drive It s o however Tho society is looking tor donate of drv food (or tho •» puppies fens togs and cats ;t vno.'ors ca year Deviations ut dry j**t !»*»f t tho society to defray tho , cists of running tho shottet I *r rt ort !.r. tormation call I v*bt ie Holt at *■* (els int kit ch eip Don t forgo’ i Now Br a unto anta will amvo odav a! * p rn After Mayor Pro ter Harm*n Chapa turns on tho lights youngster* from Lame star Fifttmrtan will lea t tho crowd through Christmas an-." Tho i anyun st: kite v. ?»•>! mar bing ham! will thor; load >ar ta mo ’ho pl ar a whore children wit! have tho opportunity to sit in h *    ai ar i give him *h«- r * si. cts Baked * • sties ami tv * ta ...dr will ho fur SAS? during tho evening lo ran** (amis u> upgr .ok* ami r opt as r tho < ma' g.h'    ■    ►    * don i»r af a ais on Vt*.j. Fla* a    I    • more information **n Ha* fund r ,* a*r or to make contro l' r> *K% • Br amit at *22* *141 Irs as (lop ad merit of Humans#*; vices is recruiting *• sr*** ta!*.. ** * Coma! I cmntv to meet exjie* ted ?, creases r* tho null *<• i * at -■«*• t ami nog*is to** * *idten ’«••*•'<!,* *, tipi* ary rn-mrs in I • v ► oater parer *s pro-.. to ‘or.p. r.c . hivnos for < h trot. unaf *- I* v* with tho r t k .» .it:., os las ails* of at Hist- cf fie*,, os I lh* children remain • lost#*? t,ar« roc their families , an ; rev .lr a sa** ami st af do hem ie or unit, ut hoi p**r maner.t plat omen! is trrangtsl Foster part ros may '« s * * < married at least ’ac voars w *v ; * couples retirers ut rn ut ary and t. ma have to own a h**me Tho ch * * ntoilk a. Moods are I oven It* lf-* state ami (lf..ilk la as'.st a* * priiv ided to ta il a tt ft.rf ! »su firist' Comprehensive pro sr rn u o ’rain mg is toipnred lot pers*ii.s wanting ti* tan ut ne foster parents I all lf a Texas Department of Human sor V n es at t*2a .* »*v hi nj * Mn.* for in formation 24 shopping days to Christmas sunny days and mild after mavis alo un top (or th** next few days with a little log in the morning as tile low hits about 4:> Wednesday will fa- a bit warmer than usual with partly cloud) skies and a (ugh of atmid I. Fnjoy the warmth Un atis** another cold front will hit town thursday with daytime highs to tho nos The Menu Cl ASSIT IID COMICS CROSSWORD DC AR ABBY HORGSCOPl SPORTS TTT LISTINGS WIATHCR I? 14 IO 3 9 9 ll I? 9 .. 2 Utilities customers to get credit for LORA fuel rebate Bv IAH AM OUK fc Stud Waiter New Braunfels I t can e\pe< t a little Christmas stocking is prix esse*! as expected NHI is expecting at from the I alw or t 'ole Auth*»r:tv as *ho iii. tie refund mad* possible i Cos*s wer** lower thor tk-ipated for last spring < Bob So bn NHI manager said Monday the che* k from the rn ‘ any day now Once funds a til be disbars*** leu ratepayers athing in their a fuel rebate possible to NBl custor **rs Aho paid two LCHA rebates It will be based the higher fuel rates The NBL Board on kilowatt hours used during that of Trustees Monday approved return mg the rebate to the customers Jeff Thompson NBl s ad ministrative services director estimated that rebates will total period So Us not arbitrary at all. Thompson said The rebate is for fuel costs charged from February to september The more kilowatt hours you us about    $14    per    residential    customer    cb the more your rebate will be ” he He adde •    that    hts    estimate    wa- jus’    said adding that large companies r *** o.park and H ** actual will rev **ive a relatively large rebate steve Bartley director of rate* cur    with I .('KA said the fuel rebate was redit    made possible because of the remendous amount of rainfall In pring He said (ne river ustomers rebates will vary The ,< RA rebate will tx* issue **nt < ustomers sn the form o r. their filii * ustomers who have •loved out of the NHI service area the . iU be mailed their rebate We plan to do st as we did the first Se** REBATE Page? 11 percent growth NBISD superintendent explains need for bond package ►>e ughts are Strung and ©ve'ytF anttcipatior of on N* 1 a P* i' a Kl uc *■» *■** tar ' We vc never seen numbers like that betore rn this district Bradbury said I be superintendent and other the NBL trustees He said one of the primary reasons expansion I* needed at the high school is because current facilities eventing information about the oposed bond issue to numerous mm un tty groups and organza Br. I KL ti v A f* I stru. t :hts..nne. have fleer* are inadequate to handle the student body which exceeds projected enrollment by more than 2uo students We re teaching science labs at the ‘ands    if approved    w ll    high school sn homemaking rooms on n-tr.i    (ion of a    new    tables and that s just    not the    way for r *c    expansion at    New    a quality high school    to dc it    Brad- g*    s rx*>. and    >eele    bury said r iproverne*.is    The bond issue if approved in its •x *m tv sol and entirety will add about % cents »q the tax rate the superintendent said Tile controversial    House    Bill 72 education reform package is one of ’.fie primary reasons for the proposed ns Bond a nee o mentor. ten ary >< nooi lire St ■ Prim al* ♦ st ode Nothing we re going to do Dec 12 . ti* make a difference for next eptember We re not going to have hose classrooms ready by next eptember the superintendent told See SCHOOLS Page 2 Candidate filings to start this week B , OA * id va Mao a> .'ri for * p rn vt human Road A ' and cand a not a rv w ‘f e fv*rm* of Iris Fr* in. ksbarg be Iroifi 7 k p m tile then fie* aum* At it true oi lex* to rig forms ant i* airling ttk* pre ’H‘*l v gnat ut« patty ch 'rte I Vers to the » s Fount v tai County I vnttM rata I'arty chairman and Rot *t ie IN »f * bef J* is ’.fie I tMliaj v ou*«2t* Repubiu an T' civ chit inn an Bktftdtefs said al* executive aint Iii 11 f ee Repuflu the Two sheriff and county attorney att .4* for gratis sheriff Walter Fellers will ret in at the end of next year ami County Attorney Bill R* iller ?sas announced hi* a iii not seek re eles tion to that office I w« sheriff * an t ‘fates Jack Breme! and !• d Mullins t**th Republic an have antxnueif their in tentu*ns to seek .ifflee Incumtient District Attorney Bill s. hr*lieder has a*so announv*si his intentions to s*s k re election Primary elections will tx* earlier in I ’hail n past years Bor* liers said th** reason for Hie shift wa> so Texas could have more impact na t tonally irs tile presidential nom ma t ions Ii w.»s brought to fruition by political movers and shakers in tn>th parties t*e» atis** m the past Texas has not tem able to influence tile rest of n cc* ’mgem > 1# scheduled tm* nation she said Two children injured in gas tank explosion ’s AN ANTDNBi \l’ Two young ihildren apparently playing with matches were engulfed in flames wfieis a car s ga Mil I IU* tank **xpltMU**| and stiot fire a* ru*»s a Bexar County sir****! authorities sav klaina Refer J and h.duardo Here/ 4 wet* 111 critical condition late Monday at Brooke Army Medical * entei witfi second and third degrees t»urn> following Hie 12 ti p m accident outside their twime officials said The girl suffered hunts on I» per cent of her Univ mainly ber legs back and face while Hie blaze left burns on ho percent of the boy s tnidy sparing only his lower abdomen County Fire Marshal tar! Mixon said The c hildren of Jesus and Lydia Fere/ possibly may have suffered fatal injuries had three m*ight»ors not acted at th* sound of the explosion Mixon said if Uiey had not received first aid from the neighbors the fir* could have been so extensive they children could have lost their lives Mixon said of Robert Homer Forward Nabors and Bernard ti (•wens I think in this ease Hie neighUirs saved the day Mixon said the youngsters were playing outside their fathers iy?5 station wagon which had not been working for months when the gas tank exploded vt least four s|*«*nt matches were found by the car's gasoline tank and a box of matches in the boy s trousers he said The vapors caught on fire and ex pickled Muon said Of Hr* blaze in the RainUiw Hills area They re was very little gas in there Had that gas tank been full of gasoline chances were there would not have been an explosion Cheer Fund needs donations to provide families with holiday feast Contributions are coming in for the annual Cheer Fund but more are needed The Herald Zeitun# with the Na I tonal Huard and Community ser vice Center sponsor the Cheer Fund drive to provide Christmas dinners for needy families in the New Braunfels area The goal in liw<7 is to provide Christmas dinners tor 200 families in the area who might not other w 1st* be able to enjoy a holiday feast So that means that more than $4 us) must t** collected before De*, in Contributions 0! non perishable food items als*) are tieing accepted at the newspaper office Th** Herald-/enunit will publish th** names of contributors to the Cheer Fund each dav Contribu tams are taxdeductible and may be made at the newspaper office at 7(17 I,anda    New    Braunfels Texas 781 .to For more informa turn or to arrange for pickup of donations call Carol Avery at (i25 9144 The total now stands at SI 818 (*i with contributions Friday and Monday from    Ned    and (ara Schelienger    two    bags of groceries Mr and Mrs I i Cor A. bin $25 Mr and Mrs Edgar Jones Ho The Fourth Dimension. SUM Homer Sloan SIS and a bag of groceries Robert Mary and Chn* Kolbc four bags of groceries Mr and Mrs Frank Chapa $25 Victor and Katherine sponenberg $25 Brian and Judy bostal SIO Enid Wet son and Grace Houlton $25 Hie Sax UMI family, a bag ol groceries and anonymous donations of $15. $10 arni $25 Kosko re-elected to head board of directors Ed Mullins is one of the ca’ jijdtes Aho has announced for e ection as sheriff Gene Mornhmweg former super visor of an electrical generating plant and New Braunfels native was re elec ted as the pres.dent of the New Braunfels 11titties Beard <»t Trustees Monday I ve been on the board two years now and president for one year lf s been a nice experience for me We have a lot of things we want to accomplish 'text year Mornhmweg said One of the nu t* things about being tm the U.ard is ha\ mg the sup port of the staff Dunn*. Momhii a eg s fu > term as pres! lent the NBl U>ard saw the groundbreaking for the ( any on Fake hydroelectric project which will generate at*ou* 2 million kulowatt hours annually 01 about 5 percent of N**w Braunfels electrical needs \lso utnler Mornhmweg s leadership tfie board initiated a surface water development project to reduce the city s dependence on the Edward *> Aquifer During Mornhmweg s first term as president the NSU board saw the groundbreak mg for the Canyon Lake hydroelectric proiect which will generate about 25 million kilowatt hours A. Kosko was re-elected vice prest dent of the board during Monday's meeting He >aid fie enjoys serving on the (ward t»sj«*< sallv whet. I look at Hie boards of otfier towns I think our city and our buard must tie doing something right Mayor George I* rben Jesse Gome/ and Robert Orr also serve on the board Board members except the mayor art* appointed for five year terms by (tie New Braunfels Cl iv t ouncii The mayor of New Braunfels wh* changes annuals is a permanent member ot the tmard ;