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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 2, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas                                ff crop lex Inc Annexation heats up 1 Garden Ridge hearing draws protests ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer It was a hot night at City The first of two public hearings on Garden Ridges proposed annexation of territory brought out approximately 20 most of whom seemed opposed to the Arnold who lives across the street from the present city worried about road maintenance and Adela who lives in Garden Ridge but also owns property in the proposed annexation indicated the city doesnt provide adequate services for its present Martin concerned about what city zoning might do to his hauling brought his attorney to the And the attorney told City Council that Garden Ridge hadnt fully complied with the law in circulating the annexation There were some is that werent dotted and some ts that werent said Russell Johnson of San On Hendrix he asked that a corner of land north of FM 3009 and east of FM 2252 be deleted from the 330odd acres to be If it hes prepared to take his technicalities to Mayor Betty McGranahan took ex ception to Johnsons The city made every move with the approval of its own Harvey a recognized expert in municipal Im sure if the annexation oes through as well get a chance to test Johnson He claims the city didnt give adequate notice before circulating petitions in the area to be Approximately 50 residents signed in favor of the an while some 14 signed Planning and zoning chairman Bob Kolstad says his commission made every effort to contact every qualified voter in the Johnson says the law requires posting of the petition in throe public places for 10 days before and also publication in a newspaper common to the The city followed all requirements on advance notice of the public but doesnt claim to have posted the petition ahead of He quoted an updated version of Vernons Civil Article Section which does state such a this paragraph follows and refers back to Section which refers to cities wishing to in corporate within the extraterritorial jurisdiction of another Thats not the case in Garden After much debate between Hendrix and the supplemented with remarks from others municipal judge John Phillips suggested giving Hardy a tape of the meeting and having him contact Johnson The second required by law to be held within the territory to be an is scheduled for 6 It will be at the corner of Gloxinia and Hoya just outside the city Teen Connection moves but volunteer help still needed By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer The communitys support of Teen an alternative school and foster means many things to Nancy the groups For it shows the communitys acceptance of the which will be located in the old Zoeller Funeral Home on West San I think the community realizes the extreme need for a program such as this and is cer tainly willing to accept the program into the she said Equally important to is the affect the communitys support could have on the outcome of future federal funding for the school and foster Community support means a great deal when a group is applying for government Ney said You have to have so much matching on the local level when applying for federal Id like the local people to realize that all their be beneficial when we apply again for government she ex Im optimistic about funding in the because of the communitys Ney ad Ney estimated that local in dividuals and organizations have donated ap proximately toward the In locals have also sup ported the center through donations of supplies and Volunteers are presently doing a variety of work from painting to secretarial work to get the center Ney she theres still a lot to be done and help needed before the school can which she estimates probably wont be this Weve had fantastic support from the Ney The amount of interest delights I think it shows that the people in New Braunfels are concerned about their young people and are interested in helping But more volunteers and donations are she We can certainly use more Ney See Page 14 New Braunfels New Texas HeraldZeitung 172 14 Pages THURSDAY September 25 cents 172 USPS 377880 Krueger blasts move by Mexican president SAN ANTONIO AP Outgoing President Jose Lopez Portillo blames his countrys economic woes on Mexicos but a former ambassador to Mexico City says thats just political Robert ambassadorat large to Mexico during the Carter said Lopez Portillos decision to nationalize Mexicos private banks was a wrong move that would accelerate the flight of capital from the rather than stop One of the very sad things is that instead of establishing it will reduce Krueger said Wednesday in a telephone in terview from his office in New Because if hes trying to stop the flight of nothing is going to scare those people with money more than learning that the government has taken over private ownership of the he The former Texas congressman said the bank nationalization was pretty stunning because Mexico has not had any significant nationalization in a very long period of He contended that Lopez who announced the nationalization during his state of the union speech Wednesday in Mexico was using rhetoric when he said that bankers never again will sack Mexicos Hes painting with a broad brush without really defining who it is doing the How can he blame the banks Its absolutely because if he is blaming the banks for allowing depositors to move their money across in ternational they were just fulfilling their They were just abiding by the I dont know how he could expect anything Krueger If he is concerned about people taking money out of the that is not stopped by nationalizing the he All it means is that if people cant do it through they will do it through suitcases full of which some have already But it is going to encourage even more suitcases full of PCESJS leaving the Its going to cause the peso to fall even further in international in my I think the value of the peso will fall even further with moves like at least in the short because its not going to establish any he Lopez Portillo said he was nationalizing the banks because the country can not longer permit the exit of dollars to pay for the real estate acquired outside the Krueger said he had read that Lopez Portillos William Lopez was building a gigantic house in Miami and that it is well known that the Mayor of Mexico Hank has a huge estate in Connecticut that he bought last It is not like the people very close to him Lopez Portillo havent been doing the same Krueger The former envoy said Mexico does have a real problem with wealthy people removing part of their assets from the country because they have felt unsure of the stability of the Mexican Israel rejects Reagans plan ROBERT KRUEGER a bad move SANTA AP President Reagan stood ready today to send Secretary of State George Shultz to pursue any encouraging response to his fresh start formula for giving selfgovernment to the Palestinians and achieving peace in the Middle The first formal response from Israel was far from Prime Minister Menachem Begins meeting in rejected proposals as Deputy Prime Minister David Levy called the presidents plan antiIsrael and con tradictory to the spirit of the Camp David ac In Shultz said he found it difficult to believe that Israel would reject the idea of peace reject the idea that they should be recognized by their neighbors as a state reject the pledges of support for their security that the president The secretarys remarks came in an interview on the ABCTV program Good Morning a senior administration official who insisted on anonymity said that while there are no immediate plans for Shultz to go to the the secretary would do so if there were indications it would be propitious and A key element of the Reagan plan was his call for selfgovernment by the Palestinians of the West Bank and Gaza in association with an arrangement to be negotiated by all The 1978 Camp David which Reagan described as the only way to proceed called for selfdetermination by the Palestinians but made no mention of ultimate association with Initial Israeli reaction to Reagans proposal was We are being advised to depart from the Camp David Eliahu a member of the Israeli Knesset and a close Begin said We shall not do we cannot do that and we do not understand how we can even be asked to do Reagan will not back a separate state in the West Bank or the Gaza Strip Abdul Hadi Jordans ambassador to the United said on ABCs Nightline that the Reagan proposal contained very positive He added his government is studying the In his nationally broadcast Reagan said details of his plan had been outlined to the governments of Jordan and Saudi Reagans plan included these elements in which West Bank and Gaza Palestinians would choose a selfgoverning authority to serve during a fiveyear transition period in which they could demonstrate ability to run their own affairs while posing no threat to Sec Page 14 Inside Todays Weather Comal County forecast calls for sunny and hot today with southerly winds at 1015 becoming partly cloudy tonight and Friday with southeasterly winds near 10 There is a 20 percent chance of thundershowers Sunset will be at and sunrise Friday will be at Open upsets The first day of mens competition at the Open tennis tournament was an unhappy one for Jose LuisClerc and Vitas both upset by unseeded Top seed John McEnroe had his Wednesday match delayed by rain and lighting See Page DEAR 8 TV 2 One one to go Garden Ridge accepts liability wrestles with cable TV proposals The City of Garden Ridge took out a new insurance policy Wednesday but cable TV is still up in the At the recommendation of Mayor Betty City Council took Com mercial Casualty Incorporateds bid on liability The annual premium of breaks down as follows general city police liability on the city and punitive damage The once voted became ef fective for It was just under the since the citys old policy expired Member Bobbie Landrum mentioned repeatedly that the council had been seeking bids for six There wasnt a stack to choose from in Com mercial Casualtys was the only one read in McGranahan said no other company had come close to those and some made no offers at Most of them wanted no part of police and werent too sure about a she Council once again postponed a decision on cable giving member David Hencshel one more chance to contact STAR CATV of STAR was the first of three firms to solicit a franchise with Garden The other one still under consideration is Skylink Cable of which made its presentation The other Stellar Vision of Corpus kind of fell by the Hencshel A few council members seem to think STAR has fallen by the City attorney Harvey Hardy has looked at both proposals and asked each company to draw up a sample ordinance clarifying certain Skylink has McGranahan but STAR has He says their ordinance is a lot of verbiage but doesnt say the mayor She told council Skylinks ordinance clearly states the citys the companys obligations and what the city can do if the company doesnt follow She Landrum and Hencshel also thought Skylink offered a better deal to cable He says their ordinance is a lot of verbiage but doesnt say the mayor She told council Skylinks ordinance clearly states the citys the companys obligations and what the city can do if the company doesnt follow but councilmen Neal Craigmile and Keith Richter The two companies use different price and Skylink has a cheaper starter But adding up the channels he thought most people would came up with a higher monthly bill from I dont think wed be treating the people of Garden Ridge Craigmile adding that the council should give STAR every opportunity to correct deficiencies in its They were very interested in or theyd never have come and made a he Summer is officially over for Com munity Garden Ridge area coordinator Joline Phipps returned the keys to the restrooms in Paul Davis Park Wednesday We had 79 people involved in the program out here this Phipps The restrooms are the only indoor structure in the Classes were held and included golf and a living history series which Phipps said was a great People think you cant have a program if you dont have a she DYANNE FRY   

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