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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 8, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Boys kick off 13-4A basketball race, See Page 7 New Braunfels yiv Vol 13-3 No 238 Tuesday icember 8 19< 25 Cen 707 Lancia St Nev, Braunfels Te*as 78130 (LISPS 377-880) 512-625-9144 One Se' ac Tis th** season for nuiny thing*-including influenza Comal i ounty Health Department M - Comal is ottering flu va** mat tuns for $* each Wednesday (torn * to ll lo a rn anti from 2 to 5 w p rn V accinations are recommended (or thus** who have chronic diseases who work with the public or who are senior citizens In addition ti* the chm* times in Si Braunfels health department nurses will u* giving vaccinations «»’ Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace courtroom at * any on Lake is 14 (rom to a rn to noon i anv on Middle v*h**»l - six ll grade choir will perform a Christmas musical in the school commons beginning at ■ « p tonight wtwn l h** *«realest i brist mas * ant will tie presented to the put In This \ the sp^rs f (anniv trying to de, de which kin I o( Christmas t afd will (**%? rep re s»*nt their wishes to family and friends said dir**' tor Jean Wood These flea ut I tut t ards * teated bv the sixth grade art < lasses give tnt audience the vaned ti «*m* syrrma ding ' hristmas aid finally the tru* meaning for th** M-as^ai < ase hergus.,n is t .,vt n the .rad of ire Good tidings Messenger \ prelude -*111 tm gin at pm bv if** sixth gr .el** Land un*let th** dirts lion of < anode W- if i *. p. -formant e is *ree spring Brat h Hermann Son* I *stg»* IJT will (cave tv < f.risfi* " I urkev Hopper tor members juniors arni adults S*«.    ;. at p ** at the St am Ville Part V House f* * family should t ring ta- <»r tw« covered dishes and sonic sweets 'simper is at * p rn and t?** program ss at 7 x* p rn If you have a junior who wants santa to bring .1 g It nut Ne* Braunfels tiigh School an ’ M t i . Ni ts. , . ta f s a:* * -«d:r . tfieir annual * h rut max corn «rt is . I Performances ar* iii s» j at New Braunfels Ii gh s, ».> * afetorium \dll.1 ssi,»; and refreshments are tr**** I von t fidget I ten I urine* Gen * h irst \nnua l-«st stop Christmas shop will t«e I Xx IH and . • from '* a rn to p rn at 414 ,S Nan \r tolilo VI,gig with arts and »r alts vendors Iceti * oniM vtna is i»«>k i i for folks t»> sell toys f aked g*»*ds lr* S t AMM t ISCH Oatjt y nas, w * . » -    *    a    I r V ~ . *. ,:S’ Ai . >* v - h r' M Ar V * Y ::s-V - A I;1' I ..'n I s ’ —    -    v<’    >    , • , » t 1 ' L1 •    1 . ■ 17 shopping days to Christmas * inward through Ute fog Afternoon temperature*, today are exjws ted to reach a high of TM with southeast winds at alout Bi mph Tonight will tx* c lear and cool wiUi a low of 52 rising again tomorrow to 75 with strong southeast winds at atiout 15 mph \ cold I tout is near and should reach the area Wednesday night 01 Thursday dropping afternoon higfis between Thursday and Saturday into (fie mid to up lier wk No major chances of ram are seen I he Menu CLASSIFIED    8    IO COMICS    b CROSSWORD    3 DEAR ABBY    b HOROSCOPE    5 SPORTS    7    8 N LISTINGS    5 WE AI HER    2 Community Sing fun rLe Si*u Arnual Commum ty Sing sponsored Dy the Greater Ne* Braur ‘e s Arts Council was a great success Sunda, eve- mg with more than- roc people bringing lawn chaus and flashlights to th** sif g-aiong on Main Pt-sza Bdl ’ ounq at dre:,:(ed (he rowd frc-n “e Gaze? o and put on qude a show himself Below Johr Sac Ty ani Christopher Welch use a mini-dashhght to read tv program at the Sing ,%» n algo Matured the Car . O' High Chamber Singers who opened (he program and sang a special number p .s *• Lagunas led the grout sn the Spanish ,c f * s• 1 ert ‘tight (oliowed ? v ‘ne German version led bv th e Chamber Singers *** lf e et-J d the Judge appoints legal counsel for Strickland 8. DAVID MAY Stat* Writer Tor the second tim** it. two weeks Wesley Scott Strickland appear** 1 Monday in County Court a* Law without an attorney He deciare*' himself indigent and the judge ap pointed legal counsel After Strickland appeared Nov 2:1 without an attorney Court-at-Law Judge Hon Prichard reset the ar r.ugnment hearing (or this week and instructed Strickland to have an at torney present Canyon Lake ba>ed attorney John Whitmire was assigned Monday to defend .Strickland. 22. of Canyon Lake Whitmire revested the at raignment be reset again Prichard reset Strickland s arraignment hear mg for I >ec 2-5 Strickland faces revocation of pro nation c barges in county court in con nection with a Nov 8 hit and run ac bident that left one woman dead and another critically injured A felony hare** of failure to stop and render od is exuded to (*• presented to a grand jury Wednesday for action Maria Blanco an died afer sh* and a friend Kffie Mares 15 t>oth of Sar. Antonio were struck by a car as they walked along un Interstate • access mad Two days la’**r poll * found (he car bel lev ed used in the ac cident That discovery resulted in th* arrest of Strickland Probation revocation charges were filed and led to a subsequent arrest of Mrickiand after authorities deter mined he had tampered with a court ordered Guardian Interlock device Strickland has posted (Kinds of $5 in* andsL0"« respectively Whitmire said he requested a two week delay to become familiar Witt the ca*** Strickland is expected ti enter a plea on the revocation chargi during his i>*t 2 5 arraignment lf See STRICKLAND Paqe Officials say school would relieve growth B, SARAH DUKE Stall Writer Administrators agr*** thai a pi parsed elementary school in th* N**w Braunfeh >ch<>ol district would relieve unanticipated growth in the district The elementary school which would '•erve second* and third grade students i' the largest component of a) * > million bond proposal that will face voter approval Saturday The 28 classroom v.h*»ol is estimated to cost $2 7 million John Pierson president of C omal I mted Taxpayers said he thinks the vctKiol district could find oilier way*, to handle ll** n**eds needs ill is primarily a county organization with members ii the I any on Lake area Pierron who lives at ( anyon Lake said ( I T ha> no organized effort against the txmd K>ue hut several members within the district oppose the proposal NHI'*■'I» has S2 million that they re afraid to touch he said in reference to the school district s s2 *> million reserve fund You don t have enough fingers to count the empty buildings n New Braunfels and I think th* to»**l district needs to have th** ability to conserve I don t believe in givug them anv more sugar i asking f times Piers* district? sol Ida Ie think thev * monc\ in ould tx* se hard 1 added tha* the two school rn the county should con their efforts to use their resources more wisely (lasses at Memorial Primary school are within th** required cia*" size of 22 students said principal Karen Simpson But there is very lit tie room for grow iii she added With our growth we opened with 524 students and we re not even two years old and we it* got 64H students Simpson said She added that the four classrooms 1 event Iv built at the school were planned to handle growth Those classes ar* now full No tine could have expec ted the kind of growth we ve gotten simp Min said She added that a number of parents planning to move into the district have visitt*d the anipus recently Jane MacDonald principal of Lur. M-hurz Klementary School said she is excited atiout the growth withirv the distn* t and th** new state mandates requiring that cias-se*, not have more than 22 students Those changes are See BONDS Paqe 7 Student to get up close look at U.S.government, senate Republicans file for office Ugh rn ti c I *s' I fitted Slates *s nato ^ xiih Pr> ’gram lite announcement was made I ii •lav bv I ex as Senors ll I (lf emu and I loy J Bent sen Yarbrough will pu/lk spate in a week v*1 intensive study *4 the lederal gvivemmcfll .uni lfk I N Senate in (vuiKulai Idle a.liviucs. sjxinsured bv die VV ti ham Ka rid* Jph Ii ai si I oufnlathHi, are schi’duledl *r Jan TO I cb. 6 in Washington, DC M»»ng w nil 107 t*tls r ejected high s,ditK>l xtudenl fxsls of!ucrx tAt» Im III cav h suite, the ihsUKToK Vlum-bu and the I Vpaitineilt of I 'eh mw* iKjvndenls ScIuhiIs Overseas iJicsc young leaders will take part ut a week long v I. isc up I* h k int' * 1 if I, • govcinment operations and the Sen ate. I a. fi delegate will als,* tx* aw aided a S.’’.inKl college m. tiolarship t»» study American government and related subjects I Ik* o|vraliens id the Senate will U* poilu ularly stresst*dduring the week, w uh die students spending lime in ilk’ offices of then res|x\ (ive se na tors In addition, briefings have been ai longed xx uh the President, leading cabinet members, a Supieme (Amit justice, and several key ineinhus of die House of Kepicseiuativcs. I hi tx* uMlil.ilrs ll nigfit with the (omai Hepublu an p >i\•> ^***kmg said parts i ha I rf nan Unfit had MI to Br ian Y arbrouqh I dunk it is a wonderful opjk lilly til go and Team about flow vt egress wtirks and what our cie tkt iii die capital, * T'.irbrx ol I uial s.ild Hie Biauiih nu* our »led ugh ii of Carol Hall of New aik! Mel VarbfiHigti of Gar den Ridge. V athrough is president of the Texas Association of Student Councils, vive president oi die t an yon High Si fund Student Council, piesideni of the CHS Nauonal Hoiuii Society and captain of tho Cougar football learn, I ala Johnson of Humble was ap pointed as the other Texas delegate lo the program Ld Mullins former deputy fib fur ttu* Sheriff > q»*»l aud Rh lawyer Gary M**ei fihsl fur ti Courtly Attorney jntst Bidi previously announced their * I duiacy for tfiOM* offices AI Herbnch flied Munday seek Hh* posit ton vd Precinct 2 ( unstable He is tile husband of District Clerk Margaret Herbrtch I who ran unsu**x*es>fuJIy for < nmal Cheer Fund to brighten holiday The annual Cheet T und has a goal of making the liohdavs brighter for iou area families by providing Ctiristmas leasts The HeraldZritung sponsors the % M/t lid Munday * nun tv Cummissumers i ourt in < .Hjntv    1HH4 lfH *    Buichei    s    aiMi announced tilings But    tor ti precinct chairmen ail ut which were uncontested Those of finals and then precincts are Viler** Wofford Precinct 8 Harry Heimer Precinct IU Tint Van Deiden, Precinct 12 La Verne ( udaf*ec Precinct LL Jack Wise Precinct iu Mary Margaret Pinch Precinct 17 Hoena I. U ke Pre* met 18 Jimmy Spivey Precinct ly. Nell Morgan, I* reel n c I 2 0 C h a r I e s Min*emover Precinct 21 and RA Bartholomew Precinct 23 The Republican and Democratic parties will man 23 voting precincts durmg primary elections slated lot March 8 Comal County Democratic Party Chairman Virgil Gaskins reported no tiiirigs to elal* for Halo local offices xx ith terms expir mg next veal Gaskins said 21 precinct chairmen had tiled and I equated to wittioid those of fleer s names pending me final two pre* met appointments Deadline for filing for office is Januarv 4 w a* 0»TV* ~r--i    .    ,>f •X.'j' Viet*1' fund drive each year and receives assistance from th** National Guard . t Community Service ( enter The goal in 1(487 is to provide christmas dinners for 2oo families iii Rh* area who might not otherwise be able to enjoy a holiday feast Tax deductible donations to th* fund and contributions of non perishable food items are tieing ac eepled at the new spatter office 707 Panda New Braunfels The Herald Zed ann will publish the names of contributors to the Cheer Fund each day T or more inlorma lion or to arrange tor pickup of dona lions call Carol Avery al 62f> (4144 The U>tal in the fund is now $2 t*'J <*i Donations were received Friday and Monday from Mr and Mrs Roland Kl aft $15 Kma Rohde $10 Joan and Larry Crowell $25 Richard Conry $2h Mr and Mrs Robert Ainsiey 111), Alan and Betty Bartlett $2(1 B**ttv and Brian T v ans $10 and groceries Mi and Mrs (J M Holzmann Sr, $15, Mr and Mrs Hilary Muser tin and groceries Mr amt Mrs N J C'omstock $10 Donna C Burns $2o Mr and Mrs Jim Kilkenny $25 Wallace and Margaret Sullivan $25 George and Frances Shepherd $25 Raymond and Fluabeth Williamson $5o la^rov ami Karen Wirfh $30, Michael and Regina McFarland, $25 and anorn rnous donations of $15 and $10 ;