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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Where to vote in Saturday's NBISD bond election, Page 2ANew Braunfels VIV JJ—LL vol 134 NO ?41 mm * rn Friday December 11. 1987 25 Cents wo Sections 20 Paces * choral gift to th** communis will tx* presented Sunday at 7 p rn by th** (‘hurl h rn th** \ ahey Choir Th** Friendship Circ!** villi tx-hostess in S* art* trough Mali after th** cantata Mane Ton**" will con dim t th**» hoir in l h** King of King- and Ruth hail** pianist ami Mrs (.ale Simpson organist villi a* company th** <o plus memt<*-r choir XII friends of th** lake com mum tv amt neightxtrmg uti**s are invited to parti* ipate in the candlelight -ervic** and enjoy th** evening of inspiration ami fun at th** ( him h in lf* \ alley on KM <•* in ( an yon < itv The Pre* **ptor Rho ( ‘Rapter of Beta Sigma l*h i alii en joe a ( hr i st mas Around the World supper meeting M«»r.da> at » *o p rn in th* home of Pattv S* t****; <^30 St arr retd Memt»ers arr rem.mted to bring i Mined gtxxis for the ( ommumtv F <««1 Pantry and their B**ta Rudds rn*hangr gifts The I ans on I ad* F ag.e- • v»a> ami !hr Americ an legMR *M > atli base a Christmas parts f»*r thr area » hildren on Ik-* 22 from 7 to 8 lo P rn at I* agies Hall **atkta ail! br there and looking fora aril to sering ail the boss ami girts from the ( ans un Lur area ami hearing their -pts tai thristmas a ishes lf \ i »u a (Hint Ilk** a picture *f your child aith Santa bring a camera k ach child ail! re* else i ands ami fruit I moi t mi vs the tun of to I ft*.#i& ClipMFfl !I "ItftMplftaUk* \ Sea N ear shir dam r is pi arui • ’J at Eagles Hall or h M aa in 1 a nyon city from i p rn to I p rn Inc* Mush atli ta* bs Hits arid Pl*** es am* adm is-nm is Ho jar person Hexers at torts mas ie mailt* at i Hail after (lpm Ti* crh alii * a* ava: af ie it th* \* ■ * all seats reserve*! Veterans of 11 if e I gn Wars po*! Ho is planning a lie* L* Christmas paris ami urges ail am* plan to at tend to make resets alums A large numtrr of ( mn a I Isl) Inc as statements stitch aere mailed in is filler have teen return***! to the < omal I'**I> las office undelivered las Assessor * otie* tor UtiUMMTliCH Page )A 14 shopping days to Christmas VS arm aeather got you out ut tile c hristmas spirit Hang on After today s unseasonal) a ann temps of m*ar K3 degrees Saturday ail! Ie much cooler as a front is es pe*te*l to move through in the aft ens ion bringing the highs to around bn under partly cloudy skies Tonight ail! tx* i lear ami cool aith a loa of near iU A i ham** of ram is in Sunday s forts ast as the high atli settle in the *is ami tin* weatherman says temps ail! continue to cool into nest aeek The Menu CLASSI! IID    3    8B COMICS    2B CROSSWORD    3A OLAR ABBY    IB ENTERTAINMENT    IB HOROSCOPt    2B OPINIONS    4A RELIGIOUS FOCUS    6    7A SPORTS    IO    12A STOCKS    9A TX LISTINGS    ?R WEATHER .............. 2A Voters to determine fate of bond package Nea Braunfels sc h**il district is ready for Saturday s election ahich ail! determine th** fate of a proposed J* iS million bond issue aime*i at in creasing the numtx*r of classrooms in th** district lamnie Curtis NBISD s assistant superintendent for finance said to day the txinds if approved ail! tie paid ba* k over a T> year term He ex poets the district to receive an in terest rate of about 8 i i>ercent The horn! issue atmid authorize funds for construction of nea classrooms ami furniture for thos«* clavsmoms Curtis said He added that an additional 12 to J*1 nea teachers alii be nettled depend ig on enrollment growth after the pro posed construction is complete Twelve nea teachers already ar* needed for next fail he said Funding for nea teal hers salaries is m*f ad dressed in the bond issue The thr**e point bond package pro poses const ruction of ne a classrooms in the district improvements at elementary schools and properts ac (position for future development in the southern attendance /one Proposition I if approved would allocate $2* million for a m a ... classroom elementary -eh** i f«* be tmilt on si ii*ml district property next to Memorial Primary School The new rmol would house second grad* students now attending Memo* ami third grade students from * arl Schurz Elementary School Admin Orators said enrollment in crease^ of some IO percent in the distr > ? s south attendance zone will for* * th* district to add portable 11 a vs I - *\s Memorial next fall P i * at ion I ais** includes IIT* cm* for **rtmg .i gymnasium at beele Kiel’ • ntary School into four das- toms and building a new gym na*:urn Also in Proposition I is the allot ation of Ako »w to re direct traf Engineer Sign of the times wants hearings Bv SAWAN OU* E Stat* At a** City Engineer Bdl Ikibn>w< ski plans to request the New Braunfels City t * tun* ii set public hearing' lie* 18 to dis* uss a proposed drainage or . durance The hearings are to help gather information from the public to understand their con* ems about the pr*«biems of drainage in tile city Iktbruwoivk! said The city count ll alii cons Ider setting a public bearing its Monday meeting New Braunfels . oust nj* t km has been regulated by an Interim drainage or imam t* tor more than two vear- ( tty official- plan to replace that ordinance with penna nent regulations ie-sgiied to tit the oee*1> to the cliv A w atervhed management pro gram has f*een complete*! by an engineering firm and city ad ministratofv plan to use that stud* .is j basis tor the proposed ofdmafk e S.** OW A'S AGI Page JA upporimg the NBISD bond package are posted during ar Elementary S boo' (Photo by Deryt Clart1) New school near completion a , SAWAN OUK E Had .vc**** Dir new Smithson A ailes High St fon ivn t quite th** T.«; Vlahai nut it s big extremely big That was bow Jtr K**gers prm I (pat at the hlgfi sc bool Ie s. rit>e*l the building which administrators estin.ate Will tie CK* Up Ie* I bs student* luring the first week sn h «*hruarv ITie high s* i«*i«)i wa- designed to is his* I _*» to I *»j students arni tan t<e expanded to handle J •* student -said ( omal ISL* superintendent Biti Brown Everything in the s* hun. wa-dexigned (or t las- A enrollment ii** added Rogers said that while teat tiers and students alike are ex* lied a I lout {Hushing th** n* Inm>I vear in a new tHiiltiing he sees it as untidier way of improving tile educational facilities for students We feet Uke we re tin the right truck with our * blithen Im said The Hill Country s*htM»l tiuildmg at Texas 4» and Smiths*Hi A alley Road is e\p*v '***1 to cost a .ittle cess the Ie million budgeted tot tin- pro je* t Brown said He said the olm mons area wfmh * an s«'at I *• l**s> pie is the feature at lr act tor. at tfw new >* inuit Th** strategy here is mil to tiavt an auditorium tnit to have something vou i an us*- all til*' time This is pro bab!) the most expensive part of til* school tile super intern Vent said while guiding a tour of Its ai media representatives througii tile almost («>mplt*te building But we Ion ,t will be a central gathering place fee ptsiplf it ll tx* like tin focus area for the community Idle commons urea can seat up to ^H'fvons tor a banquet The stag* can tx' div ate*! to allow a drama class to work on the Mage without interup ting activities within the common-area V leg of planning went into thi-huildiug Brown said adding that Kiesling files for primary for fourth term as constable ( omal C ounty Ere* met I C onstable Werner Kiesling has announced his plans to seek a fourth term in that position He filed his intentions with Comal C ounty Republican Chairman Robbie Ho reliers Thursday after IKM HI After serving as Precinct I con stable for the past ll years Kiesling said lie would stand on his record of service to his constituents in his hid for re-election "As long as I (eel I rn enjoying it amt contributing I want to continue.** Kiesling said The inc urn lient constable emphasize*! his duties as an officer of the court and bailiff for the Precinct I Justice of tile Peace Court his cooperation and harmony with other law enforcement agencies of the county, and his knowledge of the precinct and its residents He also cited his ability to assist during Hie influx of visitors to Comal County at peak periods and tile regular patrol See KIESLING Page 2A fie through th** Lone Star Primary School campus A proposed driveway will ta* built through the campus for parents picking up or delivering children at the sch<»l Also the improvements are aimed at reducing drainage problems in the area which force children and teachers to wade through water to get to and from cars during heavy rams Proposition I would add 4 cents per SI * valuation to the tax rate or in c rease the school tax bill for a Sob (UM home by Sly 85 Proposition 2 if approved would allocate $820 for ;ew classroom- at New Brauna;- Higr School Curtis -.aid the addition will eliminate the need for -*o many "floating teachers at the h>gh school Currently a number of teachers do not has* home rooms hut move from class to ( las- to te«*ch The addition would Ie built to allow for a second story to tie addeu as growth dictate- The second propose tion would increase til** tax rate tis I I cent per SIDO valuation meaning the school taxes tor a San im» piece of property would increase by $5 v> Proposition 3 ii approved would See Election PaqeJA Commissioners get 'no opinion' on forfeitures **u. ti area wa- designed for max mum utilization ( (imputer labs has*- window- shat a.sow teachers to monitor two classrooms at on* e The xiexji ha- -even science tabs arui a hi!* ben that is larger than ans other in the >*. b*«>i district Pie high m bool s band hall was Ie- gned with the help id an a* < (.stK ai engineer The building ai-* feature- ta* lilt ie- tor advanced ar hitectural classes Heating and • rig controls were placed under tis* building to make use OI a spilt lev rl area built os er hill Brown -aid oil will tx* used for in*ating and tooling rather than more commonly used electricity or ga-tx*i au-* oil is cheaper Also the superintendent -ani windows were placed on the building lo allow Hill t ountry biee/es to provide max imum cooling Extra insulation and a it * tai root also make the building see SCHOOL Page 3A Bi DA*I0 VAY Staff Writer Comal County Conv* --.oners wanted a legal opinion on bond forfeitures but tiles tame up empty ha nded The opinion this week from ’hr**** presiding district court judges regar ding past reduced bond forfeiture judgments was one of no opinion C ammi--.oners Psi week re quested a bn*Ting of the jurists in Deputation of law- regarding fina< bond forfeiture judgments County scorns sought Hie opinion to deter mine what avenue- exist if any Ic seek full recovery of reduced bond judgment- A letter dated lie*. 8 and signed by judges Robert Pfeuffer (*harle> Ram-ay and Fred Moore in par! said I nfortunateiy the courts are not furnished with briefing attorney-either by the county or the state in order to verify that the agreed judg ment is ground***! on current law lf the ( ommissioners Court ai Comal County desires more rn form a twin regarding the matter of bond forfeitures it should seek legal ad vice from the attorney for the state the county attorney or private counsel Two commissioners said Thursday they tie!leve the county should pro teed with obtaining a ruling from the state as to whether grounds exist for overturning final judgments thai in years past approved payment by tor porate suretie- of one third a forfeited bond s face amount I think we should write a letter to th** attorney general and take it from there said Precinct T Commissioner I x/ren/o Yankee Camarillo Precinct * Comr* Issi*.ner Clyde Jacobs agreed I ms is ne longer a political ’ssue usa matter of dollars and cents he said Commissioners are seeking recovery of some $**> u*** in bond forfeiture judgments rendered tiet ween !i«H4 and Ina* District Attorney William Schroeder had initiated a policy agreed to by the courts where payment of less than the full amount of a forfeited bond w as approx ed District Clerk Margaret Herbrich has said she believe- such queller,able judgments may date back a-far as I HTN and involve a larger sum of uncollected bond monies Schroeder vowed this week lo per -onallv determine whether any of the bond judgments in question since ’.'*H4 a^ still collectable There are a number of unanswered questions he -aid See BAIL BONDS Page 2A Recreation district board schedules first meeting The inaugural meeting of the board of dire* tor- for Comal County -Water oriented Recreation District Is scheduled for lie*. Iii at 6 Kip 111 The txiard will meet at the off I* es ii Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace in Nuttier \ iliage on the corner of Pecan and Elm Streets The seven member board will decide on terms elect officers establish operating procedures and pushable advisory committees and discuss priorities and time proje* turns for implementation of those programs ( omal County Commissioners ia.-t week name*! Jean Pfeuffer as chair man of th** district hoard Officers to he elected are vicepresident secretary and treasure! one pc*rvin may serve as boti! si** ret ary and treasurer Three members of the board will serve one year terms while th* re mauling four will serve two vear terms The members v* iii di aw lots to determine who will serve the one year lerm- Also on the board s agenda next week will he the determination of future meeting dates and places Werner Kiesling Cheer Fund reaches goal lTmtugh community support lh*' annual Cheer Fund has reached its goal to provide Christmas din tiers for 2»xi area families AN Uh th** generosity of residents civ ic organizations arui businesses tlM* fund now has adequate funds All additional donations to the Cheer Fund will tie placed in a special account to tx* used to start next year s drive The Htrald'Xeitung sponsors the fund drive each year and receives assistance from the National (Juard and Community Service ( enter This year, Jerry Wilks of Buy for I .ell submitted Hie lowest bid to prix vide the baskets of food which will be delivered at (.‘hristmas The HeraklZeitung will continue to publish the names oi contributors to (‘heel Fund each day For more information call Carol Avery at 625 0144 TTI** total in the fund is now $3,326 86 Donations Thursday Calvin and Margaret Hrazle $25 Elmer and lamia Smith SIS Luke Jensen $50 and an anonymous donation of $5 an*! groceries Jerry Wilks and his wife submitted the lowest bid tor the items listed tor the Herald-Zeitung s Cheer Fund ;