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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 19, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas Centtp Sunday Taylor Communications SO cants October HiA 75235 HeraldZeitung 62 sections USPS 377880 New Taxis Teachers seek Wunderlich apology By WANDA LASATER Staff writer The five action items for Comal Independent School District trustees may be but one report item may touch off some Comal Educators Association along with the Association of Professional Texas Educators and campus groups and individual employees have requested to be on the agenda con cerning remarks by board president Kenneth Wunderlich made during the last school board meeting two weeks ago at Bulverde Middle At that Wunderlich said that the first and last months of the school year are not used for effective in Several teachers and a principal in the audience took exception to the remark at the and responded that they would not hold their jobs for long if they were not Charlie president of Comal Educators said that the group and the representing some 280 of the 330 teachers in the were given a statement by Wunderlich for proval as an But in a meeting of the two groups all members present voted against accepting the The Rose was that nothing short of a public apology is acceptable by Both organizations went on the record as rejecting the and we want a personal apology at the next board To top off the Rose the letter was then printed and placed in each teachers mailbox this Im at a loss to understand the reason behind he noting that the letter was sent on school district Another item listed under reports is a request by members of the Bulverde PTO to express a concern about that schools facilities and This will probably also be discussed in an earlier action item in which representatives of the Encino Park subdivision development are asking for definite steps to handle the expected influx of students to the district in the next few See Page 16A Rain damage minor Although some cars were seen stalled on the sides of flooded streets and electricity was off in a few areas of the heavy rains which hit New Braunfels yesterday afternoon caused no major according to There was a minor traffic ac occuring Saturday which a spokesman from the New Braunfels Fire Depart said could have been at tributed to the Where heavy rains did most of their damage in the was by cutting off electrical power for as long as two hours in some A spokesman from New Braunfels Utilities attributed the power failure to the lighting and strong which blew tree limbs on top of electrical As of early Saturday inches of rain had been recorded in the And with a 40 percent chance for there may be more to Fighting fierce near oil cities Lebanon AP Iraq claimed it broke the back of Iranian resistance in fierce battles around Abadan and Khorramshahr on but Iran said defenders of its vital oil cities were engaged in handtohand fighting to break an Iraqi In New Prime Minister Mohammad Ali Rajai of Iran told a news conference that Iran believed the United States already had apologized for its support of the deposed shah and that a decision on the 52 American hostages held in Iran since 4 is not far Rajai said the Iranian Parliament would decide the fate of the hostages Asked about Irans condition that America Rajai said that from what Iran had for us it seems that this decision in practice already has been con All it needs is for something to be on In there was no immediate official reaction to Rajais but one official said the comments sounded more conciliatory than recent Iranian At the major war front on the Shatt al Arab Iraq said it had crushed desperate attempts by Iran to break the siege of the oil refining city of Abadan and the oil port of 10 miles Iraq claimed 70 Iranian troops were killed in the fighting and 17 taken It said 26 Iraqis were killed and that remnants of the racist enemy forces have been breaking up on all Iran reported an early morning lull in the fighting at but a noon broadcast by Tehran Radio said handto hand combat was raging and bombs and rockets are raining on the Iranian communiques that Iranian forces had recaptured the main supply highways to the two beleagured cities and managed to keep the roads Tehran Radio said Iraq was hitting Abadan with mortar fire and using cluster missiles in attacks on Abadan and The broadcast said defenders of the Islamic revolution are determined to turn the outlying areas of Abadan into a graveyard for Iraqi Baghdad Radio said a merchant ship flying the Panamanian flag sank in the Shatt alArab Saturday after being hit by Iranian No other details were President Saddam Hussein of in a radio message to his praised the performance of Iraqi adding I beseech Allah to give us together the power in this struggle to win the final victory against those Persian racist usurpers who have distorted i A picturesque view of the new FM 306 extension related pictures Page 15A Staff photo by Bill Snead Eruptions Mount blows its stack twice API Mount Helens confirmed scientists predictions Saturday with its fourth and fifth eruptions in less than 48 throwing plumes of steam and volcanic ash feet into the scien tists A halfhour eruption which began at PDT was followed at by what Joyce spokeswoman for the Federal Emergency Management described as a threeminute Light winds wafted the initial carrying a heavy load of in a southeasterly direction toward northcentral said Frank a Geological Survey Ash from Saturdays second brief eruption also moved in that officials Four minutes of harmonic rhythmic vibrations which scientists say signal the movement of molten rock within the preceded the days first which came in two said FEMA spokesman Phil That eruption tapered off within a half said Ken a Geological Survey Harmonic tremors lasted until McGee and were succeeded by small conventional Scientists had warned that the volcano had given no in ication it was ready to go back into We are still in an eruption Craig spokesman for the University of Washington geophysics center in had said Saturday just hours before the noon erup The southwestern Washington which had been erupting at almost clockworklike 12 hour intervals since Thursday was a little tardy with Saturdays first which came a little more than 15 hours after Friday nights which erupted at Scientists called the five blasts part of a single eruptive Scientists said they were waiting for a seismic signoff from the mountain before declaring the eruptive phase After previous there were deep quakes about six miles under Mount Helens to indicate volcanic activity was said Don a Geological Survey We dont consider it over until we see ear thquakes and we havent seen that activity said Elliott a geophysicist with the Until such time that we do see we still believe its possible to have another erup A lava dome that had built up inside the crater disintegrated during the first two scientists Friday nights blast also triggered a small flow of superheated gas and debris which just fell off the north slope and went about two said Greg Johnson of the Forest There were no reports of injuries or damage in the latest The steadily thinning cloud of ash from Friday nights which rose to drifted southsoutheast from Washington to northcentral Oregon and into Idaho on Residents of hosed off cars and sidewalks and complained about the grayish white grit that fell Steal a Rolls Royce Dont bet on it Staff photo by John Sentef Antique show Framed by an oval two women admire a lacy creation on display at the semiannual antique show at the Civic The show concludes DALLAS AP Another potential auto thief learned a valuable lesson Friday dont waste time stealing a Rolls One of the Britishmade luxury autos was taken from a parking garage in downtown Dallas late It was recovered Friday parked behind a coffee shop just a few miles Store owner Vicki McCraw spotted the Rolls when she drove to work Friday it was in her parking and the first thing she did was call police because she was sure it was I knew nobody would drive up the alley here and then leave a car like that she ex plaining her The car had been left in the parking garage by owner Jerry The only thing missing was the 18karat diamond studded ignition worth Id give a reward to get it back and I wouldnt ask any oilman His car was recovered un damaged except for a torn roof covering and a small dent on Police said that damage was in flicted when parking ga age at tendants saw the car being driven away and tried to stop the theft by shutting the metal garage but the driver scraped underneath and The managing director of the local Rolls Royce British native Bill said mosl professional car thieves have learned to steer clear of his To steal something from a Rolls Royce he the thief has to figure out how to get it because its not familiar to him and hes wasting time thinking it out so he walks on to something more There are slightly rrore than 700 Rolls Royces registered in according to Police records show only two of them including McCutchins have been stolen in all of and both were recovered within 24 Inside 4A 57A 2A
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