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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 31, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas Friday Tayfor Communications hie of lira Center Box 75235 25 cents October HeraldZeituntt 93 72 Pages 4 Sections USPS 377880 New Texas Just method to release hostages due By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iran has drafted a just method for releasing the 52 American Tehran radio said and Swedish airline officials reported a request for a standby possibly to fly the hostages out of The radio statement said Irans hostage which it did not should not be viewed as a sign of weakness because it will expose the long criminal history of the Tehran radio announced that President Abolhassan BaniSadr would hold a news conference but shortly afterward a spokesman saici the conference was cancelled because the president had to get out of town on urgent There was a brief flurry of speculation the conferencce had been called to deal with new developments in the hostage In airline officials said a 199seat DC8 airliner is on standby possibly to fly the hostages out of Tehran on twohour The officials of a subsidiary of Scandinavian Airline told reporters an unidentified company in acting on behalf of an undisclosed made the Swedish Foreign Ministry spokesman Erik Pierre said the Foreign Ministry had been notified by Scanair of the request for a Foreign Minister Ola in a separate phone call to The Associated said the Foreign Ministry is not involved in this The State Department declined to com ment on the In a State Department official who asked not to be identified said he was aware of the Tehran radio but actions speak louder than George a spokesman for the departments Iran Working said the United States is hoping that the Iranian Parliament will make a favorable decision Sunday on release of the Three days of Parliament debate on the hostages ended in sharp disagreement Wed nesday and a public session scheduled for Thursday was postponed because recalcitrant deputies staged a boycott and prevented a They said they did not want any ac tion on the hostages until after the presidential elections and did not want to help President Prime Minister Mohammad Ali in a separate said Iran was not prepared to accept becoming servants of the to obtain spare military parts it claims the Carter administration owes The spare parts which the arch Satan owes us we will drag out of his he told a cheering crowd attending Friday prayers at Tehran Iran is believed to be in need of parts for the old military equip ment it is using in its war with Tehran Radio did not describe the just method for a hostage release nor did it at tribute the statement to any Iranian But it appeared to be a reference to conditions for the Americans release proposed by a special commission planning to make its report to the if the assembly discusses the hostage issue at a meeting scheduled The release of the spy hostages should not IK interpreted as an unjust since they have spent a year of punishment under the peoples Neither is their release as human beings a cowardly act if the aim behind this release is to bring the tyrannical USA to trial for its misdeeds against Iran over the past from Irans their release is the way to expose the long criminal history of the the radio commentary It added If we thoroughly study the ob jectives underlying these demands we find that they relate to two are Islamic See MUST Page ICA Staff photos by John Senttir Students at Comal Elementary School wait to be addressed by their candidates A Precinct 11 member places his vote Reagan Micheal Penshorn greets delegation Less homework wins election for Reagan By PATRICIA YZNAGA Staff writer Carter pushed for clean bathrooms and Reagan wanted less Reagan In preparation for Tuesdays fourth and fifth graders at Comal Elementary School highlighted a week lung presidential campaign with a debate and rally Students were divided into four precincts for registration and The candidates addressed issues concerning their It would mean inure if the issues were issues they were related teacher Nancy Kosser In addition tu clean Carter asked for five minutes uf free and five minutes of extra recess time if the bathrooms were kept Excess homework keeps students away from their Reagan i fifth grader Michael Penshorn i Reagan alsu advocated mure rights for think that we should have more freedom of movement in our Reagan Penshorn I think that we should be allowed to get water whenever we need The campaign seemed to put the candidates under I wish it had never Carter fourthgrader John Paul Lugo Everyone keeps telling me to vole for he was confident about the changes he had proposed during the The teachers agreed with all of he There were few Democrats rallying for their candidate We had to work hard to get enough Kosser She added when the school conducted elections in Gerald Ford the When the voles were Lugo was nut I knew I was going to he Lugo added he was not sure who would win in Tuesdays general Reagans going to Penshorn Hes a good Gates swing open on Wurstfest fun By ROBERT JOHNSON News editor Heres a simple test to determine whether or not youre ready for Answer the following questions either yes or Have you been suffering from a empty feeling in the accompanied by an un slakable thirst Have you been getting an irresistable desire to impale all your food with a stick Do you find yourself waking up in the middle of the night after dreaming squaredancing dogs and world champion yotlelers Do you have the masochistic urge tq raise blisters on your feet by abusing them on the dance floor Have you been taking accordion or tuba lessons on the sly In polite have you unconsciously been using a German accent even though you were born in Dumas Do you find yourself scouring the TV channels for reruns of Thv LauTiiicc Sliuiv If you answered no to all you probably need to hibernate for the next 10 days starting since it all starts again this If you answered yes to one to four youll probably need to make id least one trip to the And if you could have answered all seven you probably were waiting at the gate when it opened and havent had a chance to take the Virginia and Phil and George and Alicia and Hilinar and everyone for that its that time of the year Its time for that 10day party which has German sausage as its official mascot and beer as unofficial The festival opens today and runs through November As the WtirsUest grounds in Landa Park will be the focus of the but related activities will be going on all over the A wide variety of entertainment will be featured in the Das Grosse Zelt the big tent and Das Kleine Zelt the little And as he has been for the past dozen the main attraction will be the king Myron Floren of Will Ktunr Floren will play two shows Sunday through Show times will be i and Sunday and 7 and Monday through Next door at the Circle Arts Theater will be presenting tho annual Wurstfest This years offering is TinWurxl a spoof of a rather familiar One popular attraction particularly among New Braunfelsers will be the annual Heritage Exhibit in the Civic there are spoiling Theres the Wurst a run to benefit Comal County Com munity As theres the a place where you can enjoy Kar toffelsuppe potato soup and listen to music courtesy of the Conservation What isnt routine is the newly restored Sclunitz Hotel on the And to answer a lingering there will be squaredancing clogs in Das 1 rosso Inside Accuracy test set 9A REAL The automatic tabulating equipment for the 1980 General Election will undergoa logic and accuracy test conducted by the county clerks The test will be held at 1 Monday in Room 104 of the county clerks In other Attorney James Boyd designated the following attorneys as Election Day Officers Assistant Attorney Hay San 512 Assistant Attorney Jack 512 Assistant Attorney Jerry El 915 All questions pertaining to alleged or suspected irrcgularties should be brought to the attention of the assistant attorney in the Comal County Boyd board meetings Guidelines on speaking outlined Starting Comal In dependent School District board of trustees meetings will be conducted according to stricter including a time limit on the length of comments by persons appearing before the Guidelines have been established by the school board and released by Kenneth for more orderly and efficient conduct of James Richardson issued a memorandum outlining controls which will be used to regulate public Under the new while the board is discussing a particular school board agenda an individual will be allowed to address or speak about a specific agenda item only once during that Also before speaking at the school board individuals are nuw required to identify themselves by and their relationship to the be it teacher or After being individuals are then limited to three minutes to state or present their which should be relative to the agenda item currently being Violation of any of the items will result in the individual being ruled out of order by the the memoran dum And by being ruled out of individuals relinquish their right to speak about that particular agenda item under All board meetings are open to the And all actions of the board aie taken openly and the deliberations leading to board action are likewise conducted openly unless provided for by Richardsons memorandum Shooting suspects held A New Braunfels man was shot in his house early Thursday and police arrested two men in connection with the Salvador was shot in the right upper shoulder by a caliber revolver at his residence at 220 Plum New Braunfels Police Felix Koque said He stumbled into a house in the ItiOO block of Mill Roque Ramirez is listed in stable condition in the intensive care ward at McKenna Memorial The hospital lists his residence as 228 Mill but Roque said that was a Police arrested Gabriel and Roberto both living with Ramirez at 22U Plum These men supposedly robbed Ramirez of They were picked up in the vicinity of Mill and on We had their One of them was in possession of a a but we dont know if its the one used in the Koque Hernandez and Quintero were charged with aggravated robbery and bond was set at each by Justice of the Peace
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