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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 26, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas A day to enjoy turkey,    TV Happy Thanksgiving New Braunfels VIV Vol *3*5 No 707 Landa St New Braunfels Te-as 78130 (LISPS 377-880) 512-625-914- Zcitung Thursday November 26 198 25 Cents we S4 Paces Her* - sonu* gm**! news for the Kids i*l N**xx Braunfels the liuwntown XssixTution veil! 'wsbo mg movies for children at i* and I a m each day through It af •bt* Bt auntly I heatre Saturday ■> dam tv lf* I.,ti ■ I .»t. I ti., muxtes will only •■--t a insaner I »rt‘ t ntled Mates \ir Kurt e •king for a few good gradual* t Jack Slat \ is th** Air Pori •'t programs recruiter tor th I IS** ** t*f ! | d Harold th* Air I at. va* y tea X caf *r»» Arrests pending in fatal accident 8, DAVID MAT Stall Writer \rre-t warrants vt im** !s-u**<t late Wednesday afternoon for the ap prehension of Uu area men believed involved in a fatal hit and run acct i.*r * \.n t * Hint > Attorney Bill Kenner -aid a art ant s aer** executed around p ms Wednesday for Ute arrests of b t* ar Nu h* v j arid Trai ex ( I.itngmdorff 18 Both have rural Sr* Braunfels addr**'-**-* according to comity court adaw records V rding ■<> Bet mer the* warrants were issue-! r*.*r hit. leru.g a pp rehen ' n stemming fr» n ar. invest! ga tton catling to ..a V > ii arrest of XX. - ex, scot! •stru K and J- of ( .* Way out festivities & rut lee also figured Strickland was ted when he pushed hiv HTf ii rand ny into a slot x pond off K aush Lane th s % aflrf I lh# HCC ident *, t te n K««jue ,t Sew Braunfels "•outwit anet I fie p AttUf Hispanic foster homes needed I#* I he ext! , is a sth» ?' a* je of tirster homes ex mas re aker away !n*m ■ i:fcr, * \ § i ne f* I *iM \ # u r *.i ck co i : ling to . ! own? v *-s JHS ally Hi-pana t h**. r * f fit ff*«ij y! M 1 rt^i^ ut aile hi .iman -*-r\ o*s depart! rient of XA M Mi-’ !..»***r b ufties said I mda t is* her of wifhi n the tamiix Fischer said i ic inis «•* are AC ; * v *-• twii #ft ? tw- Lexa y a r g* - pe * < mt of Human s*-r **n' ag* of our A * imI f their fan **- - * *«-.s friends irtfhborhood* and input them in Ji pnr#<i t m h* < percent ot th*- a children were Hispam percent in recent J gem x s e com Months ri»i tutTf I I't.i?!*** * children are Hispa r < X *»t of our 4 y$ ti ••ie *ww i alture or heritage it - \ppr oxunateiv It percent * if taster ma- XX * * I • **trr c hildren cm . from -an Xn Us! I that much harder for children ! a rn i i ic - certified by the agency in .lilt 11 ti! VI * litw* Haws Mi of , a , - «v i »• f san Xn encage <** people she s V 1 aid arge number ot young H tsp ame rural -vt*cir ut i ounties aft- IL spam this time that nu rn tw c Last r Wa- JU i f :« Judy k. I Ti -ill I #t- Bv »• I ar** Hisj t*xj th a' ala* -te sa a1 Lis* her add ten iti*m sun An child mail; ren do m>t sp**aK English well sng Uh* transition even more dif percent Becuusr of Un* its t * im- in rural .mr ley XX hit* * j VI .fit lf et st ai . t»Ola< ha xt* to ta* pia- J* a-itig Vi** . *-5 outside of thai need for qualified Th I I* tsc Th* I ad*lei! •* numfwr of Hispanic children in lilspan crease ite luster families arn! in Hispanic children ! the in need*ng * ilk ti S I tv* or | ? >#•* f; , iii, |*I I    im ae 4 II    I Vs I ii impot .af na! < durn x ii for Hispanic h Hispanic homes this part of the state needing tem pcirarv htimes hee* av cs* of severe atwist or n*- glee t ha - ’ >- teased f»y 1 • ((atter * are pl. white*! ate TOMS officials saiil they icing many of 'tx* c*hi dren in *1 bl ai k homes Bf auf a tuft \t* henna Mr mot ut H* Beginning at a IU (fir I unit Baml dire* t*sl t*v Ar U r Ti* perform wfuie M.iyni I*«*r I* (tim throwv the switch to lr*-** temp* ran}>    XU**? ‘ti ceremony ail but a few sin them on again t- > making a Bonds would expand high school of tin Se< * . ie* SUVUf IHM Fag* 2A *|Ui r el wbu b more UH* Sa hun Ii. high v is .slrnl the in* nerds (equip nut ion. e hay ciasfcfo Br aik * g•    w 11 Sew Bi auld**, and- will go oui has r High sp** Hem e*t I growth in enroll av** coupled with re tot Mims** Bill 24* students to complete year of laboratory created a need for is and Suitoratone- at In Jutt the five veal enrollment ruj«> ! for Sew Braunfels High set**», was I jus students A- of 'september imht »*ni< >h merit was I I O' rhis numt-t is larger than tm* to-year projection of I 4*' by almost BP' students Enrollment projections estimate tm- high school popula!Min w ill double by Uh* vear 2im> Prim tpal John Turman describes the situation Keen with th** recent addition of our classroom- we re real fling oui maximum capacity it v upproui fling the critical point It - jM-tfeet weather for rating a twine I) of turkey and sitting in tMalt o f Uh* let ex is ion set wale bing football t iii Horns (bete v xiii In- it ii leas mg 11* Hid mess Utda V w itll a cham *• of showers ami a high of about 63 Cfi ama *s for showers will m crease I rtdav and saturday w itll high iii the •os ami wts the Menu CLASSI! IID 13 I SB COMICS IPB CROSSWORD 3A Of AR ABBY BB IND RI AIN MI NI 10B H0R0SC0PI IPB AALIIDOSCOPI I ITB SCRAPBOOK 4B SPORTS IS IBA IV LISTINGS IPB mAIHIR PA Brannon to seek re-election tiuadalup* i bunty commissioner James Brannon I* rec im’t t an (louiiced this week that ti*' is M*ekmg ie election so fai more than 137 residents within his precinct on the west side of th** county hay** signed petitions on tfie Kepublicun primary ballot lf I fit* people are willing to jieti Don me to mn that s what I ll ik) " til** com nu ss I oiu* r said VXedncsday Brannon is serving his first term as commissioner He ran for office for Uh* firsl time three years ago after residents petitioned for his name to tie placed on th** ballot See BH ANNON Page 2 A County names panel to head water district B / DAVID MA Y Stab Writer Members of a seven-in em I w*f pane! were named xXednesday by Comal County < omrmssioners to head up the initial board of diret tor- tor th** county s xx afer oriented Recreation District district betau Braunfels bu concession in-, and Nolte ar district Mn n f,t the lour commissioner- a? ( ounty Judge Fred » lark one person to serve on th* e selections wert Dict SOO >\v lean erne Each w el I a * na me* I board Two at I arg) also considered Creation of ’he d w helm mg! y appm county wide in \ov Dons Those elected to verve were Pfueffer Harry Heimer J ( rump Betty Wails Dr John Dan dry Melvin Nolle and Dux Ander son According to state law enabling tr * districts formation four board members must reside or operate a busmesv within Ute district ant one member must b* an outside representative Of those appointed Pfueffer Heimer Landry and Anderson were idem it ted as inner district representatives Walls wa-considered both in and outside of th** pie woo na' e exprt'-sed a will to make their -alen!- available said Precinct I Commissioner J L durn bo Evans They recognize it is ar uncompensated tuty r**quif mg ai, extensive amount of their time y I) Hi I! I I SS IO f it ‘ f > plan l-p 111 t/MF.* f 'A 1\ Ii the board during regular session next week Evan- said he hop* - the boar I can begin meeting as soon as I december Th* board lace- crucial task- of organizing and forming policies and revenue formulas for the district A study recently completed bv a private firm PHI, and Associates outlines mut ti of th** bourd s polk le-and priorities Ais*? the t***ard will have $2n bott jf county start up funds Commis sion**rs ar*- working on finding meeting room or offices for the* board preferably in thee anyonLake area See COUNTY Page?** State, city settle details for grant especially for iabv Xii classroom space ut the high v* h*« is now tieing utilized causing a population of floating teachers w ho ii** not hay ** a home classroom In addition to the increase Uh** on academics has created I ♦*«•*! for more science nibs clary sc ience courses require Cent of the class curriculum inexperience HR .’4* mandates a bask science a -econ per lab See NBlSD Page 2A James Brannon Today we are taking time to be thankful for our blessings While thinking atx*ut those blessing is a good lime to rememlwr those who are less fortunate The Herald Zeitun# along w ith the National Guard and Com munity Service Center each year sptxisoi th** Cheer Fund drive lo provide Christmas dinners for needy families in the New Braunfels area This year the annual Cheer bund began with a balance of lt#>4 27 Last year the fund started with a balance of $1 221 20 and through the generous dona Dona of residents met the goal to feed ain families The goal in I UBT is lo provide Christmas dinners for JUD families in the area who might not otherwise he able to enjoy a holiday feast So that means that more Bv SARAH DUKE S?a*« Air iter state officials me' Wednesday with city and N**u Bruunfe s I tuilie- of fu sals in what may have been one of the final milestone- m the construe non of the W al Mar distribution center City representor es -aid the group settled details of a $ &*u im grant to provide utilities to the XX a1 Mart distribution center to be built north of the city I think we vt* got ai! the I s dotted and the t > crossed so we can docu ment everything for the state said City Manager Joe Michie NHI will be handling contractors and Mt-ing that the work is done Th** city will be handling the administrative details he said TlMise administrative details include the v arums and sundry things that go Aith the grant such as lcKumen ting exactly how money is sj>enl Michie added Gov Rill dements allocated th** grant from his discretionary funds However because the community lievelupment Block Grant originated from the federal Housing and I rt*an Development agency and is distributed through the Texas IVpartment of Commerce New Braunfels must adhere to detailed government regulations The giant will reimburse the city tor a portion of the expenses of exten ding waler sewage and electric se! vices to the XX a1 Mart distribution site south of Kohientmrg Road on In terstat* D Approximately S3u uuu of Cheer Fund taking dona tions the grant funds will cover ad annist rative expense- Michie -aid ‘he two major reasons New Braunfels will receive the grant are because the XX a1 Mart project will generate from h to t m jot-within two years and xx a1 Mart will spend Situ million to cor ' r u- the distribution centei Court Thieleman us the city manager soffice saloon*-o: the : ain purposes of Wed ne- ta s ..t • 'n ». was to discuss the (low of iniurmatior between contractors NBL the city and the state agenev In a nutshell we st-’ up the ad ministration of the grant he saki ' NBL is tanuliar with working with various grant regulation- through their consultant- NKI officials understand Uh* extra steps that have to be taken with Uh project th.c wouidn t have to be if they weren t using grant funds h* said Thieleman said the grant contract could be signed us early as next week XX bile work is under way ut th* distribution center site Iliieleman said no work that vs iii be funded by the federal grant ha- yet tmgun The city manager said Uh* re- t nt creation of the Texas Department of Commerce caused only minor pro blems for the tunding proje* t in that city officials were uncertain as to which state officials would luke charge of the grant The Texas liepartment ut Community Xflairs was administering Uh* grant until tin-new TDC took char ge of the project •1 than V4 UUU must be collected tiefore Dec 18 Contribution* ol non peristiable fixki items also are being accepted at the new spaper office The Herald Zen un# will publish Uh* names of contributors to th** (dicer Fund each day Contribu Dons are tax deductible ami may he made at the new spaper office at 707 Lamia New Braunfels Texas 781 :n» For more intorma Hon or to arrange for pickup ut donations call Carol Avery at fc‘25 11144 Making donations yesterday were Janice Hughart a hag of groceries and anonymous con tnbut ions of $10 and $15, bringing the total to $1S33 lo ;