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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 2, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                March 11A CwttMMifraaPaielA Weve already Mid we need the million itay with she Its not because of the airconditioning or administration propositions that It bond Issue didnt It was purely because it wasnt But with a good 60 days to prepare and some good solid publicity I think it would she Trustee Gene Scott head of the districts longrange planning committee that orgthally made the recommendations to be included on the bond issue agreed We need all of this he said referring to the million bond None of this is what were predicting well need in five to 10 The 156 votes made me feel Scott referring to the amount by which the bond issue I think if we get out and work I believe we can he Between now and March when the board will meet Margy school board urged NB1SD patrons to contact trustees with comments or recommendations about the bond who made the motion that the board call for the May 14 election at its next And hopefully by the next meeting we will all have our minds made up as to exactly how we want it the bond 1 Stocks NEW YORK AP Morning stocks High Low Last AMR Corp 24 23 23A Alcoa 34 34V4 34rs Am Motors 7Va s Exxon Firestone FtBcpTcx 30 18 19Vs 18 19 30 Ve 18 19 Lifemark Litton Ind vjManville 38 61 lUs 38V4 61 A 10 38V4 61 10 40 SouUnCo SwstBksh StdOilCal 17V4 21 37 16V4 21 37Vi 17V4 21 37 Va 41 VB Amer T4T Armcolnc Beth Steel Boeing Borden Brit Pet Burlngt Ind CatcrpTr Celanese 21 37 52 18 44 18V4 21rB 37 50 185B 30 43 i 55 18i 21 37 V8 52 304 43 55 Corp GnDynam Gen Elec Gen Food Gen Motors Gen Tire Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlPac Gulf 43 111 39 63 34 V4 35 31 10 4 42 108 39V4 63 34 34 31 9 42 108 39 63 34 35 31 4 10 Mobil Monsanto Motorola Penney JC Phelps Dod PhillpsPet Polaroid ProctGamb s PubS 84 4 113 31 14 32 28 57Vi Vt 27V4 83 112V4 57 30Mj 31 28 84V4 112 57 30 32 28 56 SunComp Texaco Inc TexComBn Texas Inst Texaslntl Tex Util Timelnc TW Corp Va 32Vi 32 36 154 A 23 52 33 31 36V4 151 6 23V4 51 V4 33 32 364 152 7 23 52 33 24Ve Chrysler CocaCola Coleman 51 V4 31fe 50V4 31 Va 50 31 i HarteHnk Honeywell 38V4 97 38 96 38 97 RepBankCp Safeway Str 31 Mi 51 25 31 A 51 Inc Un Carbide UnOilCal 61 31 61V8 30 61 Va 31 46 duPont 38 US 22 East Kodak ElPaso Int 57 Co Sony H Westgh 48 Local women finish Storms nursing course Four women from New Braunfels and six from Seguin recently graduated from the New Braunfels School of Vocational 430 New Braunfels graduates were Valerie Janet Debora Kocian and Irene Those from Seguin were Barbara Regina Lyta Lucia Deborah Tiller and Leticia Kocian was also recognized for outstanding The oneyear vocational nursing spon sored by the New Braunfels Independent School is fully accredited by the Texas Education Agency and the State Board of Vocational Nurse The course is also approved for Veterans Administration educational Ann directorinstructor of the Vocational Nursing said applications are now being received for the next to begin in June of There are currently 14 students in the current vocational nursing class which began Requests for applications for the June class can be made by writing to the school at 430 The last day applications will be accepted for this class will be March Continued from Page 1A a 10 percent asbestos contents in classroom areas which is the percentage most commonly found in public Ten percent is not a crically high amount to be he the substance was found in an approximate square foot area of classrooms where a lot of students and staff prolonged periods of Approximately or half of the projected cost was set aside in the districts million bond package to seal off the asbestos That bond was turned down by the public 12 by 158 The district now plans to advertise for bids to have the ceilings Simoneaux emphasized that only professionals should do the It will take approximately two months to replace the and the school must be closed in the That means that drivers education and summer school classes will have to be moved to another Hendricks indicated that drivers ed classes will probably be moved to New Braunfels Middle As for summer school he said were discussing with Comal ISO about having summer school In other business trustees approved a request to enroll an ineligible student into the first The whose family just moved here from is not old enough to be enrolled in the first although she already has attended ap proximately six out of nine months of that grade at her former Trustees agreed to her transfer even though the district can not include her in its ADA average daily attendance to get state The board also approved a budget for the districts 1983 summer driving training A resolution declaring March 711 as public schools week in the NB district was also Trustees granted the request of Lisa Schmidt to return to teaching March following a temporary leave of The Doris Timmermann and DonopGras Scholarship Committees were also appointed by who asked Trustee William Lee and Don Bedford to JACQUELINE SMITH Continued from Page 1A today warned beachfront residents to expect 20 foot A flood watch was posted along the coast and a winter storm watch was issued for the Parts of the Seal Beach and Santa Monica piers were knocked into the towering which crashed through windows at Malibus popular Char thouse slightly injuring one Several homes in near Santa were destroyed or damaged by The storm was moving eastward with heavy snow forecast for the southern Rocky Mountains and rain expected for the rest of the nations western the National Weather Service Were looking at continuing bad weather into said Nolan of the National Weather Ser vices Severe Storms Center in Kansas Swollen rivers and creeks routed more than people in Northern including nearly people from the Mobile Parks West trailer park in San In Southern more than 500 people had to be Reserve Officer Stuart Tiara was killed and two other police were seriously hurt when their helicopter patrolling a tornadodamaged section of southcentral Los Angeles hit power lines and crashed Tuesday And an airplane carrying two men disappeared from radar shortly after the pilot radioed he was experiencing problems with the the Civil Air Patrol in floodwaters and falling redwood trees ravaged the narrow Palo Colorado Canyon on the Big Sur smashing more than 20 homes and forcing several hundred residents to flee on Army helicopters airlifted 28 people to safety using At Stinson Beach near San Fran fierce waves up to 25 feet high exploded against the destroying eight homes and leaving at least 15 others of ficials The Los Angeles tornado cut a threemile scar of destruction in a 10 minute rampage that damaged about 100 homes and a hospital as it ripped down walls and roofs and tossed cars like leaves in the The twister overturned huge tore telephone poles in half and twisted said Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl It looks like a war A second tornado hit 10 miles north of Los I saw this black twisting cloud and Could this be when all of a sudden it started knocking me said the John according to I think my car wanted to go to heaven and I Continued from Page 1A loosened thus removing the threat that they could lose millions of dollars in federal aid and face bans on certain types of Administration who talked on condition that they not be said EPA Administrator Anne Burford approved the proposed new standard in February and is expected to put it out for public comment sometime this As part of the the agency is scrapping its current program which measures total suspended par ticulates all particles in the In its the agency would propose controlling only those particles measuring of an inch or 10 The agency contends that it is the small particles that do the most harm because they can penetrate deeper into the Environmentalists do not dispute this but they say that in choosing to monitor only the small the agency has not selected an equivalent standard but one that is much Continued from Page 1A to register to be eligible to vote in the April 2 Theres one sprl up for grabs in thanks to a Quo Warranto ruling by 207th District Court Judge Robert Pfeuffer in CISD was asked to reduce its board from nine to seven members by the Texas Association of School to comply with the Texas Education Terms of office of incumbents Erwin Lehmann who is finishing his first Raymond Soechting who has served two terms and Judy DeVillez who has served one term were to expire in regardless of TASBs So the three spots will essentially dissolve into one trustee which so far only Lehmann has filed to Anyone who wishes to file after CISD business hours can contact CISD Business Manager Hugo Nowotny at his 1256 The deadline for filing is For anyone not registered to vote in Comal Friday is the last day to register to be eligible to vote in the April 2 ibine wondering why your car was TAKE A BITE OUT OF J3UME Continued from Page 1A It has been customary for this commission not to grant entrance and exit rights on a major David Hartmann I have a problem with future development along Gruene especially with lots facing the road where people have to back out into traffic to get out of their So the commission approved the resubdivision of Tract Ferdinand and Mathilda Hanz Estate with the stipulation of curbed circular driveways for each A second workshop on subdivision regulations will be on March None of the regulation changes discussed at the last workshop have been adopted Were looking for lots of input at these Goodwin Taki ttw ttme to Intlall and Operation Delightful Deli Buys WITH MAX BAUER OVEN ROASTED ROAST BEEF Chickens POTATO SAIAD 99 WHOLE OR IMPORTED DANISH BOILED HAM DANISH HALF CREAM CHEESE ORANGE HERBS HAVARTI tj DOFO CAMEMBERT OR BRIE EACH CHEESE PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU MARCH 39 IN NEW BRAUNFELS RIGHTS BAKERY SPECIALS AVAILABLE ONLY AT STORES WITH ARPLE FRIED PIES TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS BARGAIN I EGG KNOT ROLLS A Tender And Delicious For Sandwiches Or Dinner CAMPECHANA 51100 ran I JELLY ROLLS 41100 l CHEESE LATTICE COFFEE CAKE A TtnMc CtNMCalw HIM Rich Awl PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU MARCH 39 IN NEW BRAUNFELS LIMIT RIGHTS   

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