New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 14, 1980

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 14, 1980

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Issue date: Sunday, September 14, 1980

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 14, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas CO T Microfilm f fm I BoJP fficials hope end to Iranian trisrs near WASHINGTON AP After months lof frustration and ICarter administration officials believe la turning point may finally have been I reached toward resolution of the Iran I hostage These who asked not to be I do not believe an end to the Sunday crisis is at hand and they recall the numerous occasions in the past when hopes were raised only to be But the feeling here is that the list of four demands issued Friday by Iran s revolutionary Ayatollah Ruhollah could lay the basis for the beginning of a What encourages these officials are several significant omissions from Khomeinis as well as the overall tone of his For they noted in contrast to past statements by there was no reference to satanic Therewas no mention of hostage trials nor of separating the hostages into spy and nonspy Most the officials was the exclusion of any demand for an American This con tradicted Irans new prime Mohammed Ali who only a few days earlier had specifically demanded American repentance as the price for release of the 52 Subsequent to Rajais the State Department specifically ruled out an American Two days Khomeini dropped the The officials said although the signs Taylor Communications 50 cents HcraldZeitung are any exultation by the Carter administration would be premature because Iran has con tradicted itself before about conditions the must They also note that even Khomeinis pareddown list of demands would pose extraordinary 89 59 62 Pages 4 Sections USPS 377880 New Texas Motorists cautioned to observe bus laws By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff Writer Its that time of year With the begining of the fall season comes cool golden colored leaves and caravans of raving and cheering school buses bulging with students who can hardly wait to get to that big football students sometimes get so caught up in the rivalry of football they endanger their as well as the bus drivers For this other drivers need to be especially careful when around these group of because the bus drivers do not need any trouble from traffic while keeping control of the bus and warns the Texas Medical Drivers of buses in these caravans allow spaces in between the buses so that cars can pass them and get in the inside said Joe director of special services of the Because these buses cannot exceed a 50 mph speed instead of 55 they can become a traffic hazzard if they dont allow people to he If there is any mischief on the highway on route to one of the football for students from the rival bus trying to stop the Arm strong said the driver of the bus has the authority and will report the mischief makers to the police or highway Parents should be aware that the driver of the bus has limited authority to punish children which cause disturbances or mischief on school In a case where the child does not cooperate with the the driver can arrange or suspend See Page 14A GSA scandal Two years auditor sees no improvement WASHINGTON AP The drumbeat of publicity has The flood of indictments has slowed to a The scandal that rocked the General Services Administration ap pears to be fading into But some from both Congress and the GSA are wondering whether any real lessons were The scandal exploded into public view in 1978 with published reports about contractors being paid to paint government wall space that did not exist and federal stockpiles being The disclosures made the letters GSA almost synonymous with government and President Carter pledged a thorough in vestigation into problems involving his and other But two recent reports by Congress watchdog the General Accounting found continued mismanagement of two of the most abused areas of GSA activities the selfservice stores and socalled multiple awards schedule that allows officials to shop by catalog for millions of different ranging from typewriters to party I personally dont see any significant improvement in said Howard GSAs top The same opportunity is the same players are Davia said GSAs new leadership has shown little determination to punish officials who waste money and has not significantly reformed abused GSA There is just not the inclination to get he More than two years after the scandal some of those most deeply involved in the investigation question whether it ever got close to the bottom of corruption at the governments multibilliondollar building and supply The investigation has by GSA to the convictions of 143 lowand middlelevel federal employees and government No high ranking government official was in Officials currently directing the probe say they have pursued the evidence two former top GSA officials said they See Page 14A Up a tree Scout Gordon Bartling puts some muscle behind his saw as he cuts a branch off a tree at the Boy Slaflphoto by John Senter Scout Troop 133 hut located at the corner of Coll and Market Students to study Landa Park Stall photo Park place Several folks interested in the citys park system take a look at the tube chute in Price Solms Park Thats new mayor Max Winkler doing the The group heard a proposal from several Texas A and M faculty who said students in a class at the school would like to make studying the Comal River and springs a class By HENRY KRAUSSE Staff Writer Architectural landscape students at Texas University will devote three weeks to a design study of the Comal Springs and including two days in the field studying Landa A design study Whats a design study Its taking a look at what you have and seeing what you can do with a professor at In a short presentation to city officials and interested citizens Landphair and his colleagues John Motloch and Ronnie Denburg explained the project and asked for There are 48 students in the and this is their project for the We want to try to get them out in the real into a situation where theyre responsible to a Landphair The end result will be a study presenting a number of alternatives for Inside longrange park Landa Park doesnt exist in a They would have to know how the people here feel about the what New Braunfels what it where its We want them to experience not just the fun but to get them introduced to the politics of a he Theyll be looking and asking some pointed My hope is that the finished work can be exhibited For obvious we want to get the students feet We know some people wont like the end Thats all to the he But the city would also gain from the he said mostly in the realm of new ideas and the fresh perspectives that can be brought to bear by Mayor Max Winkler and Mayor Pro Tern Barbara Tieken liked the idea and ac companied the professors on a whirlwind tour of the park Engineer Ed Ford acted as See Page 14A ;

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