New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 22, 1980

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 22, 1980

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 22, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas Center By WANDA LASATER Staff writer I teachers get no public apology j Some 170 to 200 persons waited last but no apology came from Coma Independent School District trustee president Kenneth The meeting was scheduled for the central but because of the large moved next door to Frazier Elementary At the 7 board Wunderlich had made the comment in discussing scheduling another parentteacher conference that May would be the logical time since litte effective instruction occurs in September and May compared to other Comal Educators Association and the Association of Texas Professional Educators as well as several student groups asked that Wunderlich apologize for the A letter on CISD letterhead signed by Wun derlich was sent to all teachers on I regret having made the in that taken out of context of the it sounds especially did not in tend to be critical of teachers and in did not mention teachers of the the letter He ended the I hope that this letter will serve to resolve the discontent that my comment fueled and that the education of our children will again be your primary This was not accepted by the two professional groups which both asked for a public apology because the comment was made during a public During the trustees meeting last the overflow crowd About a dozen per parents and their opinions backed up with curriculum outlines and homework assignments that there is effective instruction from the first day of class to the Jim president of the student council of Canyon High said his group wanted to express support of the teachers and ad A member of the ATPE said that group not only is concerned about Wunderlichs original remark but also the reference to your school system as opposed to our system in his And the education of the children in the district has always been our primary she Charlie president of said that both CEA and ATPE discussed Wunderlichs letter for about one And as a matter of public the teachers are waiting for a public apology by the We assume that the position of the president is representative of the One David said that the group is making a mountain out of a molehill and that the statement did not amount to much when compared with other more pressing matters that should be attended to by the After the last person went to the microphone the crowd seemed to hold its breath in ex pectation of Wunderlichs But his only comment was to go on to the next item on the After the remaining agenda items were disposed trustee Morris did respond to u part of Roses Not everything said in these meetings reflects the feeling of the There are some individual statements said Wednesday Taylor Communications 25 Cents October HeraldZeituno 86 24 pages 2 sections USPS 377880 New Texas Plan includes quarries By HENRY KRAUSSE Staff writer The citys Planning and Zoning Com mission recommended a revised master plan for annexation Tuesday for City Council to wrapping up months of The decisions were painfully arrived at right up until the final when an amendment to include the quarry areas southwest of the city among parcels of land designated for 1981 annexation It was a lastminute At a workshop session the land was designated for annexation sometime during the years Representatives from industries located including Gypsum and General Portland thought that was too arguing the city couldnt provide any services not already in place and wanted the land merely as a tax The amendments backers said giving the industries an extra year or more was unfair to residents of the adjoining Solms slated for annexation in 1981 as a buffer against Schertzs The plan for the Solms area involves two fingers of land north and south of IH35 along Doeppenschmidt Road and Krueger Both 500foot wide strips stop at the present extraterritorial jurisdiction The area between the Krueger Lane strip and the northwest corner of the Jentsch Acres subdivision constitutes the quarry The rider was attached by member James Goodbread to John Dierksens motion to approve the plan as it Weve hashed and rehashed and rere hashed this thing for a long Dierksen Dierksen and Commission member Lydon Gilman agreed that most of the rock crushing plants and other industries had been in the area long enough to be in corporated into the city by next The exception was General Portlands cement which was relatively new and built with the understanding the city wouldnt grow in that direction for some they Dierksen said 1982 would be a more appropriate year to Giving them an extra year would be more The others have been there a long Dierksen They went ahead on their program with the understanding that annexation was off a Gilman See related story Page 2A few he Portland is in the process of spending million plus another to complete the required environmental Theyll have spent close to million here by the end of the Gilman estimated the cement companys city taxes would amount to roughly Commission member David Hartmann spoke in favor of the noting the existing master which did not include the area for city was simply a not a Any industry considering moving there must have had an inkling the city was growing and might some day annex Hartmann Even if its just a its the only thing theyve got to look To be fair with we should postpone and include it in the master plan for a future chairman Bob Reeh as only votes in case of a The final tally showed Paul Harry and Goodbread See Page 16A Hospital administrator resigns McKenna post Directors for McKenna Memorial Hospital are looking for a new John administrator at the facility for the past nine resigned effective at the regular board of directors meeting He will be starting a hospital consulting business in the area after the first of the year and will continue to make New Braunfeis his One cannot possibly leave an institution such as McKenna Memorial Hospital without feelings of Svoboda said in his letter of resignation to board chairman Elliot I will do every thing I can to work with the board to follow through with the con struction Svoboda said after the No way will my leaving slow it and I will be available to assist in any way I The hospital is now in the planning stages for an expansion of beds and services at the If plans are approved by the Texas Health Facilities the Comal County Hospital Authority will sell bonds to finance the construction of the proposed multistory facility which could possibly start next The bright spot in the said is that Svoboda will still be in town and have the time to consult with us on the A search committee to find a replacement for Svoboda will be appointed soon by Before coming to McKenna Svoboda served for three years as ad ministrator of Fayette Memorial Hospital in La Prior to that he was an assistant administrator and chief pharmacist at San Jacinto Methodist Hospital in Inside 2A 15A 4A PUBLIC 2A 67A 2A ISA 2A A youngster strains to feed a parking meter on Castell Avenue Stuff litmttis Ijy John Keitlvr Suspension By JACQELINE SMITH Staff writer The mischief in the New Braunfels In dependent School District Proof of which was represented last night when the NBISD school board to suspend three more NBISD students for possession of alcohol while on school Their cases considered three yearold NBISD students were suspended for various lengths of which ranged from the end of the current semester to the end of the regular sxJiooJ And after considerable discussion in closed the board still could nut arrive at a unanimous decision concerning the When a vote was several board members requested to go on the record as either ab staining or voting against the length of NBISD school board trustees punish students for possession Hemlricks said all three students were suspended for various lengths of time because of their possession of alcohol on school And although one student was suspended for the end of the current semester and another for the remainder of the school the third who was also suspended for the remainder of the school still has the right to appeal to the Hendricks Still another case of student discipline was brought before the boards consideration when Hendricks told them of a student which off firecrackers inside the high school gym during the peprally last Friday while everyone was singing the alma Hendricks said the who had apologized and realized he made a mistake had been suspended from school for 10 Hendricks also suggested to the board that the bonfires which the high school students have planned every might not be such a good idea because they could be He said during last Thursday nights firecrackers were shot off causing fire to shoot into the And although he was merely offering the lopic for the boards consideration at this Hendricks asked them to consider two One being that every year more than twothirds of the senior class gets out on lie day of the bonfire to build And often while building they ride around on the back of open pickup which is he He also said that many of the kiddos spend the night out by the bonfire to make sure that somebody doesnt bum it and that too is he For these we ought to consider tbe possibility of having a bonfire just for the sake of having a In oilier the board was informed that SKK Page 10A Brilab jury asks to hear tapes HOUSTON lAP The federal court jury deliberating the fate of Texas House Speaker Billy Clayton and two others in the Texas Brilab trial asked to rehear five government tapes The tapes requested were when FBI informant Joseph Hauser made first contact with defendants Donald Ray and Randall both Austin when Hauser and Houston area labor leader Moore talked to Wood and Rav in their Austin law 18 when Hauser was introduced to Clayton by when Ha user gave Clayton cash in Claytons 19 when Ray talked to Hauser on the a convicted was the prosecutions main witness in the He posed as an insurance executive trying to get Clayton to reopen the contract for the lucrative slate employees insurance The government alleges Hauser bribed Clayton to do so and that Ray and friends of were to help with their who is to be tried is protrayed by prosecutors as the contact between Hauser and the The jury resumed deliberations today after only two hours of discussion Tuesday Attorneys wrapped up final arguments in the sixweek trial Tuesday and the case went to the jury at The seven women and five men decided to go home at a 20year veteran of the Texas declined to comment during I have no comment Tbe jury is still I will make a statment when tbe verdict is said the threeterm who had hopes of running for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination in During final prosecutors described Clayton as a man whose ambition led him to take a bribe while defense attorneys said the key witness against their clients was a a devil and a con See Page 16A ;