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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 25, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas tor op BOX Dallas Close vote NBISD board approves air conditioning 32 By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Talk of cooling the band hall at New Braiinfels Middle School turned into a hot debate topic among of the New Braunfels Independent School District The majority of the board wanted the school district to install central air conditioning in the band But two trustees who have disagreed with the idea all along could not be Aflera lengthy the board in a vote of 15 to 2 accepted the low bid from Associated Air Systems for the installation of air conditioning in the band Associated Air a local was one of three companies which NBISD Business Manager Lonnie Curtis Associated offered the district two separate bids one fqr and another for for an alternate cooling The board instructed the administration to consult with experts concerning the alternate system proposed and accent either that bid or the orginal system bid of depending on which would be better for the Trustees Rudy Reimer and Garland Lloyd who voted against the voiced strong op Trustee Bob Self abstained to avoid possible conflict of he Board Waldripdid riot voice a of the students are in there the band and choir hall for one hour a said If were going to air condition any it ought to be in the academic area instead of the extra curricular Lloyd also disagreed but for Me wanted the board to accept an offer made to them by the New Braunfels Band Boosters last The which had saved ap proximately to buy two window air con ditioning had asked the districts permission to install these units in the band Instead of granting the boosters trustees at their 3 meeting authorized the NBISD administration to advertise for bids for a central air conditioning system for the Lloyd and Reimer voted against this motion at that I think we should let the band patents go with their original It was a rational Lloyd I was in Carl Schurz an elementary this week and its hol in all the fail to see why we should singleout air con ditioning for the band he Its not in the budget and the districts patrons have not us to do Trustee Bill Lee did not disagree with the district installing the air but questioned how See NBISD Page 12A Robinson Risner on director sets speech here Robinson executive director of the Texans on Drugs TWOD will speak at noon Thursday to the combined Lions and Rotary clubs at Eagles TWOD is an action afm of the Texans1 War on Drugs chaired by Ross Its pur pose is threefold to educate the public on drug abuse to conduct research on the effects of drugs and ways of halting their misuse and to form parent peer groups at every grade level in all Texas Gen Risner and his family were living in Austin after his retirement in July of when Perot was asked by BillClements to form and to chair the Texans War on Drugs New Braunffels New Texas HeraldZeitung Q1 Mn AH Panoc 4 167 40 Sections WEDNESDAY August asctnts USPS 377880 Marines aid Yes I Can Mayor Stratemann hands out certificates to graduates of the I Can class at Eagles Hall Christi Wenzel and Tiffany who were among the 30 sing a song called Taught at the Community Service the 13 week course dealt With motivation and involved children ages 5 to 13 Staffphotos IY Cindy Richardson Lebanon AP Marine peacekeepers with automatic weapons supervised the evacuation of about 500 Palestinian guerrillas from Israeliringed Beirut escorting the fighters onto a Cypriot The vessel Sol Giorgios left Beirut in the early afternoon bound for the Syrian port of nine hours after 800 leathernecks came ashore in amphibious landing vessels to join French and Italian soldiers in a multinational force overseeing the guerrilladeparture from It Marines 10th peacekeeping role War II and tirnelhey landed on Lebanese shores since French and Lebanese officials said earlier that the Sol Giorgios would go to North Yemen with guerrillas unable to leave on But the officials said later the vessel was going to No explanation was given for the but another vessel docked shortly before the Sol Giorgios left and prepared to receive another load of Israel announced earlier that the overland evacuation of guerrillas to Syria had been reportedly because the Palestinians were afraid of attacks by Christian militiamen loyal to Bashir Lebanons Gemayel supported Israel forces which invaded his country June 6 to rout the Palestine Liberation Israeli television said a representative of presidential envoy Philip Habib was trying to arrange for the guerrillas to go to Syria by the architect and negotiator of the Palestinian withdrawal from the Lebanese was on the dock at wearing the Marine Corps emblem on a to greet the 32nd Marine Amphibious Unit and its James of Landing craft brought the 800 Marines ashore from five 6th Fleet Armed with M16 M60 machine mortars and Dragon antitank they landed 700 yards from the socalled Green Line dividing Moslem and the Christian sector on the Mead told reporters they werent anticipating any use of weapons because we are here as But obviously well use whatever we have in the unlikely event that we must defend our he added relieved 350 paratroopers of the O French ForeignLegionf the vanguard of the multinational force who had been guarding the port and supervising the daily embarkation of the guerrillas since it began The French were moving to new positions midway along the northsouth Green around the National Museum and the race one of the three main crossing points between west and east officials said the Marines would be confined to the port area until the evacuation of the guerrillas ends in about two Asked how long they would stay in Mead said I have no We were told it is going to be about 30 days or but of course we are here to obey White House spokesman Larry Speakes told reporters in Los Angeles the Marines could stay 60 days under the War Powers but the Reagan administration expected to withdraw them in 30 days or A military Navy James said the troops had been thoroughly briefed on the situation in Lebanon and know their job is to ensure safe evacuation of the guard the See Page 12A Inside Potgrowing grandmother surprised after conviction by Houston jury HOUSTON AP An elderly grand mother says she was surprised a jury convicted her of growing marijuana in her vegetable garden after she testified she intended to use the illegal weed to make an arthritis I wouldnt have smoked I wouldnt have chewed I was going to do what the doctor told me to do soak the leaves in alcohol and put the juice on wherever I testified Laura She said a doctor in Mexico gave her the seeds and told her they were But she acknowledged that after the plants were about a foot high a friend who saw them in her garden told her they were marijuana Jurors deliberated 20 minutes before finding her guilty Tuesday of felony possession of a controlled She was sentenced to two years of un I supervised the most lenient I penalty allowed under the The fmaximuni would have been 10 years in prison and a As many nice letters as I got and then to turn out like this Im Clark said after the twoday I dont care about marijuana I dont want to have a thing to do with not one I know now what the seeds look so Ill never plant ajiy more of District Judge Mike McSpadden told a the only condition on your probation is that you give me a call every couple of months and tell me how youre Clark previously turned down the states offer of probation in exchange for a guilty insisting I have done nothing Her Bill dropped to one knee during final arguments and begged jurors to find the woman in Portis said later there would be no Two plainclothes narcotics detectives said they arrested Clark after they went to her house May acting on an anonymous and found five or six marijuana plants standing four to five feet tall in her vegetable who testified she was reared in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas and always had said when she planted the I thought they looked like radish 1 knew when they came up they As the plants she said she thought they would turn out to be the same as some bushes in her front She said she liked to show off tier garden to and when the plants were about a foot Somebody Thats I didnt know till So weeks when detectives Joe Dugger and Ted Bell came to her door and tojd her they had a report that her son was growing marijuana in her back I Its Clark See Page 12A Todays Weather Comal County forecast calls for sunny and hot fair and warm and continued fair and hot Winds will be from the south and southeast at 1015 and southerly at 10 mph Sunset will be at and sunrise Thursday will be at Governors visit At press time Bill Clements was attending a rally at the Civic Details will appear in Thursdays BACK TO 12A TV Fair parade entries being accepted now Entries for the 1982 Comal County Fair Parade are now being The parade will be held Clubs or organizations interested in en tering the parade may do so by contacting Dana Scheel at Local businesses are invited to participate with a decorated entry for a entry Deadline for payment of fees is Wed Fees may be mailed to Comal County Fair Box New No last minute entries will be This years county fair begins 22 and runs through As parade day is a holiday for many local businesses and governmental and for students in New Braunfels and Comal Independent School Districts and for Peter and Paul
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