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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 17, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Texas Inside Revangesortof The New Braunfels were spoiling to get at Gonules Friday with quarterback Craig Wersterfer leading the they did In a big But It was a costly Sporty I Todays Weather Comal County skies will continue to be sunny with warm tern peratures through Skies will turn partly cloudy on Winds Sunday will be out of the 1015 11A KALEIDOSCOPE 3 88 4A SPORTS S8A 2A DEAR DEATHS 5B 698 11A 3A 3B 2A tt Witch womble fmm Ja By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Theyll be coming back Tuesday for the second time In two weeks complete with their drawings and plans for the New Braunfels In dependent School The they being architects from the Austin architectural firm of Jessen and These same who are currently working on plans for the districts were orginally scheduled to appear before the NBISD board of trustees on But due to the board being tied up in executive session for almost four hours that night discussing student the architects postponed their presentation until the boards next meeting which will be at Tuesday in the library of New Braunfels High Tuesdays presentation will be the first time the Architects to unveil map of NBISDs future architects have formally appeared before the school board since their firm was hired by the district to work on NBISDs longrange Its expected that Jessen representatives will present their recommendations after studying the districts longrange planning committees as well as show slides andor drawings of how present NBISD campuses could be The district has already taken action on one of the longrange committees recommendations to build a new elementary school by putting a downpayment of down on a 20acre tract of land located off FM 725 toward In an earlier interview NBISD Hen dricks said that the district had taken an option on this land to build the new This payment is for the option to Hen dricks If we dont buy it we lose the NBISD officials are looking for the public to pay for the new elementary as well as the committees recommendations for other NBISD by passing a bond Hendricks does not yet know how big a bond issue it would take to meet all these recom These people are going to tell he said in an earlier telephone referring to the And I dont think they know he Hendricks does that the bond issue will be put before the public in either November or In doing its the planning committee predicted that within the next NBISDs student population would increase by as much 50 For this the committee recommended that a new school be built and that additions and Sec Page 12A Braunfels New Texas 204 62 Sections SUNDAY October SO cents Hands off Shultz tells WASHINGTON AP The United States threatened Saturday to halt payments to the United Nations and withdraw from the General Assembly if the assembly votes to expel Such action would do grave damage to the entire United Nations system and it would hurt us Secretary of State George Shultz said in a strongly worded statement issued He called on members to turn aside such If Israel were excluded from the General the United States would withdraw from participation in the assembly and would withhold payments to the United until Israels right to participate is the statement It reinforced a similar threat voiced Wednesday by Ambassador Jeane who said American diplomats are employing a fullcourt1 press in lobbying againstthe ouster mounted by Iraq and Libya against Israel in the 157member observers have said hardline Arab nations succeeded last week in getting a creditials vote on the matter postponed until to allow them more time to swing Asian and other Third World countries behind their In the Shultz also said the United States would recall its delegation to the affiliated International Telecommunication Union Conference in and end further payments to it if the expulsion attempt is ap Just three weeks delegates walked out of a International Atomic Energy Agency conference in following a vote to deny Israel The United States views these threats with grave Shultz said of the proposals to exclude We will take action in other United Nations organizations if there are similar The secretary added that the United States is withholding all further payments to the IAEA pending a reassessment of The agency is a organization that polices the use See Page 12A Homecoming night Friday night was homecoming for two of the three Comal County high Braunfels and Smithson Valley as both named homecoming queens during halftime Martha McComb and escort Carl Haack are all smiles after learning she has been named Staff photo by Cindy Richardson Smithson Valley homecoming Tina Lisk gets an escort from Chris Wihkler after being named NBHS homecoming Both schools presented their fans and exes with homecoming game as New Braunfels downed Gonzales and Smithson Valley defeated Staff photo by John Senter CISD board reduction on Tuesday agenda A proposed plan for cutting the Comal Independent School Districts ninemember board to seven members will be presented at Tuesdays board Trustees will convene at at Bulverde Middle The plan to be presented in volves postponing elections until Trustees will also consider offers from executives of the New Braunfels ISO and New Braunfels NBISD Superintendent Hendricks has asked CISD to contribute half the cost of a teacher for Teen a newlyestablished alternative school for problem The school is located inside the New Braunfels school but Hendricks said that both districts could suspend students there if staff were Utilities General Manager Bob Sohn has advanced the idea of a cooperative maintenance program using equipment from the county and both school CISD Superintendent Edgar Willhelm considers the idea worthy of Problems with the tax foil compiled by the Comal County Appraisal District have caused the CISD tax office to burn the midnight Tax assessor Neuse estimates a weekly overtime and will ask trustees to amend the 198283 operating budget to allow for Trustees will also consider an updated taxyear based on Chief Appraiser Glenn Brucks hope that the certified tax roll will be available by A new version of the districts policy on educational philosophy amended last year will be considered along with revised policies on board and administrative One of the proposed amendments will require new administrative personnel to live within Trustees will also review ACT and SAT look at student fundraising projects for the coming consider amending the Fischer communitys lease on a piece of school property and make appointments to the text book COMMUNITY FUND Comfund By DEBBIE TURNER Staff writer With a good two weeks into its 1982 Comal County Community Fund had as of in total pledges from advance gifts and the new yellow return Were pleased with the progress so said Comfund public chairman Vladimir Pospisil This effort benefits the whole so its important to Comfund is striving this month to reach its 1982 goal of to be distributed among 19 local That figure represents a drop from last years which was not The advance gifts headed by chairman Robert Fisher and started in usually provides about half of the total and precedes the employeremployee which Money total slowly rising started The figure does not reflect employee a Comfund spokeswoman said In addition to the blue and white pledge theres a bright yellow return which has been included in billings from Guadalupe Valley Telephone Coop and various bank The return envelopes stress as well as an avenue to reach rural Pospisil said that sixteen of the past drive the first Nowotny in will be featured in short spots on the local radio station throughout the remainder of the Ive spoken to about 1C different organizations about he and other members of the speakers bureau are willing and able to come give a presentation about See Page 12A Utilities eyes bond issue for improvements Trustees for New Braunfels Utilities will do some heavy planning for the future at a special meeting Monday Meeting at 7 in the Utilities office board trustees will consider approval of a resolution to the City Council for million in Capital Improvement Revenue Theyll also discuss midrange and longrange Utilities General Manager Bob Sohn said the bonds would be used to improve sewer and general Several different projects are some in newlyannexed and some in older parts of Sewer service to Sleepy Hollow is one of the big items on the and Sohn said extensive water work is needed in the area of Walnut Square shopping between IH 35 and A lot of the mains are very old and very he People have told us if we ever had a fire over the water pressure would drop below what it should Thats a pretty ex pensive Utilities sold million in bonds in Thats all the bonds weve had since way before Sohn From now he the board hopes to issue bonds as needed for definite pur
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