New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 12, 1983

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 12, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 12, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Ttun t Wofflh bpjc Making concessions City Council finally chooses Taylors proposal on 41 vote ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer Three months of deliberation didnt make the City Councils decision any New bids on the Landa Park snack bar concession left members just as confused as the first set of opened City Manager Delashmutt wouldnt make a Two council motions died for lack of a The contract finally went to Vernon who has held the park concessions for nearly 20 But Councilmember Barbara wasnt happy about In the council as a whole didnt seem entirely pleased with its Taylor offered the city 25 percent of gross but so did David and Mary Owens of Distributing Edwin Stewart offered 20 but promised major renovation he planned to turn the park facility into a sidewalk The owners of Pats Place offered the city a smaller but promised to serve a quality And all four bidders have successful business I wonder if theyd consider a joint venture said Councilmember Donnie scratching his The council ran into the same problem last Taylor made five proposals at that One of fered a straight 20percent com and Delashmutts staff determined that this was the best deal for the The trouble Bills Beer Depot also made a 20 percent Edwin longtime concessionaire at the State Fair in was in the rear with Rather than drawing a name out of a Council decided to reject all bids and Taylor came back with three new the best of which offered a 25 percent Stewart upped his stake to 20 and submitted artists conceptions of his sidewalk He estimated hed be putting into renovation of the and thought he might double the Bills Beer Depot dropped out of the two new bidders ap The who have run concessions at the high school football See Page 12A Red tape snarls dredging despite okay from state City Council told jokes about the fountain darter Monday but Parks Director Court Thieleman wasnt laughing Wednesday Its not funny any said Hes watching time slip away while wheels turn in The Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife phoned Tuesday to say it couldnt find anything wrong with the proposed lowering and dredging of Landa The project meets all state But Thieleman Is still waiting for approval from the Corps of The Corps must first get an okay from the Fish Wildlife which has jurisdiction over an endangered species of fish living in Comal The Corps of Engineers said we can Thieleman But thats a moot point if New Braunfels Utilities cant lower the lake for repairs to its hydro See Page New Braunfels New Texas Voli 92 8 36 Sections WEDNESDAY January 25 cents USPS 377880 Staff photo by Smith Architect Herb Grume left and engineer Meredeith review NBISDs master plans School needs NBISD bond issue may come in February By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer By as early as patrons of the New Braunfels Independent School District could be asked to approve ap proximately million in bonds for a variety of Of that approximately would go for the con struction of a new elementary school and the land to build it on and close to million to air con dition all NBISD The remaining money would be used to expand and renovate current campuses and build a new administrative In a workshop session NBISD trustees reviewed the master plan for the districts ex presented to them last October by Jesscn and Associates of The master which lists projects totaling contained the architects in terpretation of recommendations made by the districts Long Range Planning Committee for meeting NBISDs growing That which disbanded early last predicted that the districts population would grow by as much as 50 percent in the next Architects agreed with that saying that by 1991 there would be students at tending New Braunfels Over the last few who emphasized that the figures presented were only has worked with the districts administrators and prinicpals reviewing that master Tuesday he revealed what he said the administration felt was most needed from the architects million worth of suggestions for meeting the districts Hendricks recommendations were broken up into five separate priority Trustees agreed with four of the which called for the construction of a new school and administrative com renovations to current campuses and air conditioning all those schools presently not air Trustees rejected the ad ministrations which called for the construction of concession stands and a covered patio at New Braunfels Middle School and the addition of 20 classrooms at New Braunfels High as well as other renovations to the homemaking and speechdrama The recommendations in this proposal are but not as soon as the other Hendricks Priority as Hendricks termed called for the con struction of a new elementary school capable of handling 650 It also called for the renovation of Carl New Braunfels High School and Lone Star Also according to this voters would be asked to approve a districtwide conversion of communications systems to a centrally controlled Weve got 25 phone lines coming into the only three lines coming into any one said in explaining the need for a central communication If we had an emergency we have no means of communicating with the since the lines are all usually he ad A central communication system would also help the district better control its long distance Hendricks Total cost of Priority 1 was not including ap See Page 12A Schweiker quits Cabinet position WASHINGTON AP Richard Schweiker today resigned as secretary of health and human ser and President Reagan named former Margaret Heckler of Massachusetts to succeed Reagan made his announcement in a hurriedly arranged ceremony in the East Room after news of Schweikers resignation leaked out who was defeated for reelection in November after eight terms in All Americans are grateful to Dick Schweiker for his She called her new job the greatest challenge of my life and the har dest assignment in She is the second woman to be nominated to the Cabinet in the last Schweiker and Heckler were applauded by govern ment employees as they entered the East Reagans announcement was delayed 10 minutes while workers hastily put together a podium for Reagan and an audience was assembled among secretaries and others in a nearby government office Reagan said he accepted Sch resignation with deep regret and called him a trusted an able administrator and a man whos done an outstanding job as State issues on hold as Legislature opens AUSTIN AP In the next the G8th session of the Texas Legislature will have to deal with raising keeping teachers and getting rid of drunk But on all the tough the big the impolitic choices were doggers danced to the CottonEyed Joe in the rotunda and children and relatives were allowed onto the floor to watch daughters or mothers sworn in as Texas Alea demons was even though her said she was not too enthusiastic about his decision to try to help the workin man by running for The Pollok Democrat said he was in awe when he was sworn but has no false hopes for what he can accomplish in the next 140 I know my place as a he a railroad was among 150 representatives and il senators sworn in at noon ceremonies at both ends of the The floors of both bodies were jammed with extra chairs to accommodate the hundreds of guests and relatives of Florists put single yellow roses on the desk of each House a welcome gift from the City of Other flower sent to individual members by friends and sat on a clerks desk just outside the Fourth left one vase of red roses was The House was gaveled to order by outgoing Secretary of State David since it had no official presiding Former Speaker Bill who did not run for his House seat in was no longer in Shortly after the opening of the 8th Legislature was Gib DFort was elected speaker by a vote of Seconds after his Lewis staff already was passing out folders containing his acceptance speech and embossed with the words Gibson Gib Lewis Earlier in the Clayton was sworn into his new job Texas After Lewis was sworn he in troduced the Castleberry High School who sang Our but the representatives sat through most of the official state song until the last couple of then hurriedly rose to their the Senate organized itself and got right clown to ejecting one squawling child and passing a courtesy resolution wishing a happy birthday to Senator Ap plecheeks Bill D who gained the nickname last session for being such an all American Sarpalius turned 35 on Bill Hobby trotted out an old He announced that the courtesy resolution passed by unanimous ayes had narrowly squeaked through on a 1615 Hobby has been using the joke for 10 but it still got a Suspects set up roadblock to rob Schertz woman By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Suspects in an armed robbery early Monday morning on Bear Creek Road parked their car like a Sheriffs Gilbert Villarreal said The 31yearold who was later left slowed down as she approached the car parked crossways in the road to block both lanes of and went slowly around Thats when the two guys jumped and opened her car Villarreal The white male suspect hit her in the while the Latin male suspect went through her and took the Then another car came and they let her There were three suspects the two who carried out the and a Latin male who stayed in the The trio fled in a dark blue 1965 Mustang back in the direction of Canyon The robbery occurred at ap proximately 1 The victim lives in but works in New She came upon the Mustang on her way back from taking an employee Villarreal In other Sheriffs Department Brice Randall was arrested Tuesday night in Startzville on an October burglary charge out of Blanco Villarreal was assisting Investigator Joe Green of the Johnson City Sheriffs in his when the arrest was who gave a Canyon Lake was transferred City Tuesday His bond had been set at by Peace Precinct Harold Comal County Sheriffs Investigator Rudy along with Deputy Roger recovered property valued at over from an October burglary in New at a Luling residence Tuesday No arrests have been made at this Rubio said Wednesday the including two saddles valued at was identified by serial and returned to the Darryl Jack of New He is the fourth member of Reagans original Cabinet to Returning to private business as a lobbyist for life insurance Schweiker gives up control of a billion department that oversees Social Medicare and welfare and public health including those of the Food and Drug Reagan said he has had a strong friendship with Schweiker ever since the former Pennsylvania senator became Reagans running n ate in his unsuccessful bid for the Republican presidential During these last two as See Page 12A Claytons successor This is Gib DKort and last year at the Texas Legislative Conference when this picture was taken he was described as the leading contender for Speaker of the Its a year and now he is Speaker of the elected by a 1442 For more on the opening of the Soi Todays Weather Comal County forecast calls for fair and mild today and and clear and cool Winds will be from the northeast near 10 mph and light Sunset will be at and sunrise Thursday will be at a Rangers Take 16th Win The Smithson Valley Rangers clinched their 16th victory Tuesday night by defeating the Anthony Yellowjackets 6562 with strong play Torn Rocky Neuman and Pat The Rangers will play their first district game at home against Randolph this See Page TV ;