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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas NB girls, CHS boys 2nd in tournaments,. ^ 13A New Braunfels VIV Sunday Vol 13-1 No. 237 707 Landa St New Braunfels Texas 78130 (LISPS 377-8801 512-6P5-9144 NBISD— Bond election passage will help meet state mandates Bv SARAH OUKE Staff Writer William htrbv Vex a> t om rn i" J "loner of Fdu* aln on has told school j •listnet! across.* th e "tate t hat time is running out for House Bill 72 omplt un*e with New Braunfels Isl) ado umstrators "aul Friday the di si ne t is among lh** I'M Texas m hoi rf I ^Strict! ! 'hat ex* (ti! I i 11 a It* n t n in ■ Kindergarten (irs t arui "«* corvt grad** classes Supe S'11 ntenden t I hat ie" Brattierry -aid that is the main reason tor the pre T* " ' a n> lit I. .r I * ^ ’ *iiltiPrii I . . OI. Ii . Ik-* 12 I Tern Moore *d t be I e v a" Fduca I Sl'SSHflBNBTOl I# SCW no* distr V -• it* . a lf lf* \ t a! * “ rn ply mg I Officials say bonds needed despite $2 million reserve Bv SARAH DUKE Staff Writer New Braunfels ISP officials said Friday a proposed bond issue is needed to keep the district financially secure despite the ac cumulation of S2 6 million in reserve "That money'% not sitting idle said Ivonnie Curtis NBISD s assis tarn superintendent for finance People have a habit of calling that a surplus but vie use it ’’ NBISD Superintendent diaries Bradberry said the reserve money is actually less than two months worth operating capital "I don't know of any good school district that doesn't have a strong operating balance just like most businesses he said Curtis said if the reserve funds were used to offset a portion of the proposed $1 (#5 million bond issue, "vie would have to go borrow money each month*’ to pay bills See RESERVE Page?A NHI''P admin Mi N Bls!1 re a<xwu * ap vi i t h dors propose a I nm bomi ixmj** which in . * for a flew elementary tile did rn t s "*»uth "Hie ami Hents to other elementary Also included among the i"', vi* til-' a* mg pat runs in ate propoM xxnl- to fund it ions la v elei la *1 \ ti** improvements at New Braunfels High s* hon! and $ll*5 0m» for land ac quisition most likely in the district > south attendance zone We Ii ta- asking for waiver* this fail because if Proposition One passes the buildings w ill tie ready in the fall of P*hm Bradberry said lf this txmd issue doesn ' pas" we can't >a> this is the end of the road W** vt* got to come ha*.* next spring and try again " said Lonnie ( urtis N BISI) s assis! ai : superintendent for finance We nets! 12 classroom" next year t***t au>e of th** 42 to I ratio anti >e vc got one classroom he added Curtis said if ail three proposition" pass voter approval Pee 12 the NBISD tax rate will increase In 5 I cents He said that debt rate will leerease for individual tax payers if the tax base increases as expected NBISD s last bond issue in I HRH funded the constructKin of Memorial Primary school We re not asking for something that migh* t** questionable like of flee" or heating and cooling system" Bradberry said about the See BONDS Page 2A Carolers invited to 6th Community Sing '    *    '    I    **    i    ‘    ‘    :    ii    p.1    .    ",    1    *    .    ■■    A    .    ,    «    w«t<.    ,<    v».’- •pen the event with t arui of the Bells and mid his usual enthusiastic style riatet New I ,a take! la* e ai Canyon High is*-mtot will lead the sing along n •lls and mid his usual enthusiastic sty ie *» atone giv* *bt* crowd a res'    song sheets aul he provided but folk" are en ne l f s*Mtr"f snow The rest    i0uraged to bring flashlights to be able to read k** I*. * ? I#?    f * tit    HfUtHF    t    Kau greater part of ar. boo n ted to do t ik mg .••it moth mm i Mil g« Fro ►me es ar* tathere* them Bu"> ne".s has a tendency to hinder the Ina* joyfulness of th** season "aid Fllioft Wouldn ’ I be great if th*' wh»*s** town took time out to sing together’ That s what we on the council tmard would like ti set* I be Art" Council is a coalition of IK arts and cultural organizations "**rv mg a> partners sn com* munitv emu hmeni 1987 ;ents ages Canyon Lake's January incorporation try gains support B. DA v \U't no ID VA arni to ti umiv irgeiy a rporate *r (toad the e nesses and sci omoratton th prop upport ►hind live vt attern aru on Ut* ti the ;ssu* said who** pn*cin idaries of what I of i 'any on I ake gat iv e thing In s 'wing prof ms But I haven t rn am one vet ;** h ted * lark un Thur declared Jan lt> a saturday a" the day voters in the define**, lane area will vote on fie prttp*»"ai It approved by a majority of voters Clark could thee ah for an election to name a mayor and council members or the municipality could exist in name under the states Home Kuk* Chapter statutes I think we want to lase otic thing «t a time said I any im Lake resident and real ••state agent Joy '‘treater ^treater des., rsties her role in the tmorporatior attempt as one m*livkiuai among a group of approximately 2.1 p**rsons actively tovolveil in the endeavor I his is not an overnight thing sin* said We (lave been hooking into th!" possibility for the last two year** and people have teen talking about it off ami on for "evera! vears There has teen a lot ol research into this and we are speaking to clubs and trying to educate the publu So far the response has been very p* eat ive Streator added the group involved was md tieil to any >pe* sa* interest or iv ii organizations but merely is a group of in dividuais concerned about tm* future of the lake area • )ur primary concern is to promote com munity unity ^treater said With unity a lot of things can happen \ou can have an i dentity gather your demographics and plan your growth It s git country but w** *.r* would be a shame t want to control oui ow Jacobs said while h cerned abtvuf ann* cat of san Ani "mu nortf the Canyon Lake are ed that may ie thepr corporation attempt I whole heartediv san Ant chih south think we should look at to Imp totaled in the g *tng to grew and it o grow aimlessly We n iesttfiv " i* is t»ppo'**d to anti cun nm patterns by (he cliv into t omai i <>uii!y ann bi * od bt* ss cot ei n si' ary ta». tor behind the support efforts to kex*p »t Hi** county line but I !< * > egislature to put C* » /• K E Page 2 A CAD board to review Candidates announce intentions to run chief appraiser and consider raise request i omal Appraisal District* chief appraiser will umlrrgo an evaluation by the district * board of director* Wednesday with the pits* it ii tty of getting a rat sr The evaluation comes before three member* of the board step down and new appointees take their place* thief Appraiser Bu hard Ktmdes who has been on the job since February taut chief appraiser* traditionally are evaluated in December and became three of Ute fixe board member! are leaving the new board will not be a* familiar with his jot) performance Hfeodes who makes lil.tfti an nuallv said he wants the current board to evaluate hint * because this board hired me and has work eit with me for a year ” It would be very hard for a new board member to evaluate me See CAD Hag* JA Steel seeking County Attorney post in March New Brouille!" attorney iiary steel announced Friday his candidacy tor County Attorney Steel a (."publican said he expected to for* malls file Monday The county attorney s job ami the word to emphasize here is jot) will require an individual with ex* perieme rn government in negotiation and in the courtroom steel said With experience in all three bran chee of the governmental system See STEEL, Page JA rn Gary Steel Camarillo wants a second term as commissioner Comal County incumbent Fie* met 3 Commissioner lairenzo Y ankee Camarillo * ailing on his ihr**e year* of experience announced Friday his intent urns to vrk rn-ie- ti-*:, to tfiat post for a second term This delusion results from many requests by my const merits and it her citizens ol Comal County aik! my own desires to continue to serve the pen pie said Camarillo a Democrat Mv prior experience in business management and fiscal respon See CAMARILLO Page 2A Lorenzo Camarillo Die Carks ami Keel cation Department invites die public to view the winter stars as they travel across the heavens Star ii az mg will tie hosted on De* lh al 7 p rn Dus month s theme will he winter constellations ami asteroids Far tlcipants can meet at I amla Recreation I enter ani a lee of $2 will In* charged adults with *1 for students Children under H arx* ti**' Fartn Ip a lits are asked to bring binocular! of ti les* opes t>ut they re riot required For mon information call Mark Peltier at 625 Shim ITiere s a (JFinch running around downtown New Braunfels and tie s stealing Hie bows off the parking meters We try so hard ami then this happens ' said a downtown merchant The group has covered the meters with bags for free shopp tug during Hie holiday season and has decorated those bags with bows but the bows keep getting stolen lf you see someone lining this tie a good citizen Oscar Kuehner of San Antonio se cond grand vice president of the order of the 'Hills of Hermann in Texas will represent the Grand Dnlge today at the annual Christmas party planned by the New Braunfels Herman Sons Faint ly IakIg*‘ No 21 Beginning at 3 p rn the special Yuletide event which will include a turkey dinner will lie field in the lodge hall at 462 N I mon Kuehner will make a brie! address there concerning activities of Ilk* HU isxt member statewide fraternal Irene!it society Tin* New Braunfels Lodge was chartere*! in HOU ami has 2 426 adult and junior members Members of the Hermann Sons Albert Kypter lodge im* at Clear Springs are reminded of the Christmas party on De*- 13 The See STAMMTISCM Page 2A The Menu BUSINESS    8    9A CLASSIE IEO    6    118 COMICS    46 CROSSWORD    3A DEAR ABBY    7A EDUCATION    SB KALEIDOSCOPE    I    12B OPINIONS    4A SPORTS    13    16A WEATHER    ?A Cheer Fund attempting to make holidays brighter days The annual I dicer Fund has a goal of making the holidays brighter for SOO area families by providing ilirtslmas leasts The Herald Zeitung sponsors Hie fund drive each year and receives assistance from the Na I KHUU Guard and Community her vice Center The goal in IHT? is to provide Christmas* dinners tor 2bu families in the area who might not oilier wise be able to enjoy a holiday least So (hat means that more than 14 OOO must be coli*** ted before Dec ta The Herald Zedong will publish the name* of contributors to the Cheer Fund each day Contr I bu twins are tax deductible and may be made at the new spapei ainee at 707 I alula New Braunfels Texas THI to For more informs tam call Caro* Av civ ai bls bib* Tradition IT I# Nn W** rn tai ti ^ al rip irsu Ais St. Ntchoiaus makes his appearance Friday at the Sophien- turg Museum to make sure all the boys and g»r s cm Nt -v Braunfels are minding thetr manners Legend hat r af c German character visited the homes o* New Braunfefs chridren on the night of Dec 5 The chiMrer, wouid lea .e stockings hanging in the beLet thai St. NicholauS would fill them. In the morning children would Lnd out if the.r behavior had been acceptable lf sc their stockings were filled with goodies, lf they found a switch it was a warning that the children had three weeks to mend their ways before Christmas ;