New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 2, 1983, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 02, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 2, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Wednesday, March 2,1983    11A ★ Bonds. Conamed from Page 1A even more. "We've already mid we need the $9.3 million — stay with it,” she emphasised. "It’s not because of the air-conditioning or administration (propositions) that it (bond issue) didn’t pass. "It was purely because it wasn’t publicized. But with a good 60 days (to prepare) and some good solid publicity I think it would pass,” she added. Trustee Gene Scott — head of the district’s long-range planning committee that orginally made the recommendations to be included on the bond issue — agreed withKolacek. "We need all of this immediately,” he said referring to the $9 million bond package. "None of this is what we’re predicting we’ll need in five to IO years.” "The 158 votes made me feel good,” Scott added, referring to the amount by which the bond issue failed. "I think if we get out and work harder, I believe we can get it passed,” he added. Between now and March 15, when the board will meet again, Margy Waldrip, school board president, urged NBISD patrons to contact trustees with comments or recommendations about the bond package. Lee, who made the motion that the board call for the May 14 election at its next meeting, noted, "And hopefully by the next meeting we will all have our minds (made up as to) exactly how we want it (the bond package).” NEW YORK (AP) -Morning stocks: Esmark s 57 564 57 K mart 29 284 284 Sou Pac 464 454 464 High IAIW I^ast Exxon 304 294 304 Cif etna rk 384 384 384 SouUnCo 174 164 174 AMR Corp 24 234 234 Firestone 184 184 184 Litton Ind 614 614 614 SwstBksh 214 214 214 Alcoa 344 344 344 FtBcpTex 194 194 194 viManville 114 104 104 StdOilCal 374 374 374 Am Motors 74 74 74 FordMot 41 404 404 MartinMar 404 394 404 StdOillnd 414 404 414 Amer TAT 684 674 674 GTE Corp 404 404 404 MercTex 264 264 264 StdOilOh 414 404 41 Armcolnc 184 184 184 GnDynam 43 424 424 Mobil 284 274 28 SunComp 324 314 32 Beth Steel 214 214 214 Gen Blee 111 1084 1084 Monsanto 844 834 844 Texaco Inc 324 324 324 Boeing 374 37 374 Gen Food 394 394 394 Motorola 1134 1124 1124 TexComBn 364 364 364 Borden 52 504 52 Gen Motors 634 634 634 Penney JC 584 574 574 Texas Inst 1544 1514 152 Brit Pet 184 184 184 Gen Tire 344 34 34 Phelps Dod 314 304 304 Texaslntl 74 64 7 Burlngt Intl 304 30 304 Goodrich 35 344 35 PhillpsPet 32 314 32 Tex Util 234 234 234 CaterpTr 444 434 434 Goodyear 314 314 314 Polaroid 284 284 284 Timelnc 52 514 52 Celanese 554 554 554 GlAtlPac IO 94 IO ProctGamb s 574 564 564 TW Corp 334 33 33 Centel 354 35 35 Gulf Oil 324 324 324 Pubs NwMx 264 264 264 TylerCp 244 244 244 Chrysler 174 164 164 Gulf StaUt 134 134 134 RCA 234 234 234 UAL Inc 344 34 344 CocaCola 514 504 504 HarteHnk 384 38 38 KepBankCp 314 314 314 Un Carbide 614 614 614 Coleman 314 314 314 Honeywell 974 964 974 Safeway Str 514 514 514 UnOUCal 314 304 314 DowChem 314 314 314 Roust Ind 204 194 194 SantaFelnd 264 254 254 UnPacCp 474 464 464 ii upon I 414 404 414 HughcsTI 184 184 184 SearsRueb 344 334 34 Uniroyal 12 114 114 EastnAirL 94 94 94 interfst 214 21 21 She I IGI I 384 384 384 US Steel 224 224 224 East Kodak 894 884 89 IBM 102 1004 102 Singer Co 234 234 234 WalMarts 50 494 50 ElPaso Co 174 164 17 Int Paper 574 574 574 Sony Corp 13 124 124 Westgh El 484 484 484 Local women finish nursing course Four women from New Braunfels and six from Seguin recently graduated from the New Braunfels School of Vocational Nursing. 430 W. Mill New Braunfels graduates were Mrs. Valerie Edwards. Mrs. Janet Kerner. Mrs. Debora Ronan and Irene Montanez Those from Seguin were Barbara Barth. Mrs. Regina Coleman. Lyta Corry, Mrs. Lucia Diaz. Deborah Tiller and Mrs. I^eticia Trinidad. Mrs Ronan was also recognized for outstanding achievement. The one-year vocational nursing course, sponsored by the New Braunfels Independent School District, is fully accredited b> the Texas Education Agency and the Stale Board of Vocational Nurse Examiners. The course is also approved for Veterans Administration educational benefits Mrs. Ann Daniels, director-mstructor of the Vocational Nursing School, said applications are now being received for the next class, to begin in June of 1983 There are currently 14 students in the current vocational nursing class which began Sept IO, 1982 Requests for applications for tile June class can be made by writing to the school at 430 W Mill The last day applications will be accepted for this class will be March 15 ★ Asbestos ★ Storms Continued from Page 1A a IO percent asbestos contents i in classroom areas I which is the percentage most commonly found in public structures ” Ten percent “is not a crically high amount to be found.” he said However, the substance was found in an approximate 80.000 square foot area of classrooms “where a lot of students and staff congregate...for prolonged periods of time " Approximately $160,000 tor half of tile projected cost! was set aside in the district’s $9.3 million bond package to seal off the asbestos ceilings. That bond package, however, was turned down by the public Feb. 12 by 158 votes The district now plans to advertise fur bids to have the ceilings replaced Sirnoneaux emphasized that only professionals should do the job. It will take approximately two months to replace the ceilings, and the school must be closed in Hie interim. That means that drivers education and summer school classes will have to be moved to another campus Hendricks indicated that drivers ed classes will probably be moved to New Braunfels Middle School. As for summer school classes, he said “we’re discussing with Comal tlSDi about having suiiuner school there.” In other business Tuesday, trustees approved a request to enrol) an “ineligible” student into the first grade. The student, whose family just moved here from Houston, is not old enough to be enrolled in the first grade, although she already has attended approximately six t out of nine) months of that grade at her former school. Trustees agreed to her transfer even though the district can not include her in its ADA (average daily attendance I to get state funds. The board also approved a $39,027 budget for the district’s 1983 summer driving training program. A resolution declaring March 7-11 as public schools week in the NB district was also authorized. Trustees granted the request of Mrs. Usa Schmidt to return to teaching March 7, following a temporary leave of absense. The Doris Timmermann and Donop-Gras Scholarship Committees were also appointed by Waldrip, who asked Trustee William Lee Jr., and Don Bedford to serve. -JACQUELINE SMITH You're probably wondering why your car was stolen. TAKE A BITE OUT OF CRIME Continued from Page 1A today warned beachfront residents to expect 20 foot waves. A flood watch was posted along the coast and a winter storm watch was issued for the mountains. Parts of the Seal Beach and Santa Monica piers were knocked into the towering surf, which crashed through windows at Malibu’s popular Charthouse* restaurant, slightly injuring one customer. Several homes in Carpinteria, near Santa Barbara, were destroyed or damaged by waves. The storm was moving eastward today, with heavy snow forecast for the southern Rocky Mountains and rain expected for the rest of the nation s western third, the National Weather Service said We’re looking at continuing bad weather into Thursday," said Nolan Duke, of the National Weather Service’s Severe Storms Center in RansasCity, Mo. Swollen rivers and creeks routed more than 6,500 people in Northern California, including nearly 3.000 people from the Mobile Parks West trailer park in San Jose. In Southern California, more than 500 people had to be evacuated Reserve Officer Stuart Tiara was killed and two other police were seriously hurt when their helicopter patrolling a tornado-damaged section of south-central I .os Angeles hit pow er lines and crashed Tuesday night. And an airplane carrying two men disappeared from radar shortly after the pilot radioed he was experiencing problems with the weather, the Civil Air Patrol in Bridgeport, Calif . said. Mudslides, floodwater and falling redwood trees ravaged the narrow Palo Colorado Cany on on the Big Sur coast, smashing more than 20 homes and forcing several hundred residents to flee on foot. Army helicopters airlifted 28 people to safety using winches. At Stinson Beach near San Francisco, fierce waves up to 25 feet high exploded against the coast, destroying eight homes and leaving at least 15 others "uninhabitable.” officials said. The Los Angeles tornado cut a three-mile scar of destruction in a 10-minute rampage that damaged about IOO homes and a hospital as it ripped down walls and roofs and tossed cars like leaves in the wind. The twister "overturned huge trucks, tore telephone poles in half and twisted steel,” said Los Angeles Police Chief Daryl Gates It Mkt Uke a war zone.” A second tornado hit Pasadena, IO miles north of Los Angeles. “I saw this black twisting cloud and said, Could this be?’ when all of a sudden it started knocking me around,” said the driver, John Baker, 44, according to eyewitnesses. "I think my car wanted to go to heaven and I didn't.” ★ EPA. Continued from Page 1A loosened standards, thus removing the threat that they could lose millions of dollars in federal aid and face bans on certain types of construction. Administration sources, who talked on condition that they not be named. said EPA Administrator Anne M. Burford approved the proposed new standard in February and is expected to put it out for public comment sometime this month. As part of the change, the agency is scrapping its current program which measures total suspended par ticulates — all particles in the air. In its place, the agency would propose controlling only those particles measuring one-2,500th of an inch or less — IO microns. The agency contends that it is the small particles that do the most harm because they can penetrate deeper into the lungs. Environmentalists do not dispute this contention, but they say that in choosing to inomtoi only the small particles, the agency has not selected an equivalent standard but one that is much looser. ★ T rustee Continued from Page 1A to register to be eligible to vote in the April 2 election. There’s one sp*M up for grabs in CISD, thanks to a Quo Warranto ruling by 207th District Court Judge Robert Pfeuffer in January. C1SD was asked to reduce its board from nine to seven members by the Texas Association of School Boards, to comply with the Texas Education Code. Terms of office of incumbents Erwin Lehmann < who is finishing his first term), Raymond Soechting (who has served two terms) and Judy ★ Planners Continued from Page 1A “It has been customary for this commission not to grant entrance and exit rights on a major thoroughfare,” David Hartmann said. "I have a problem with future development along Gruene Road, especially with lots facing the road where people have to back out into traffic to get out of their driveways.” So the commission approved the resubdivision of Tract I, Ferdinand and Mathilda Hanz Estate Partition, with the stipulation of curbed circular driveways for each lot. A second workshop on subdivision regulations will be on March 15. None of the regulation changes discussed at the last workshop have been adopted yet. "We’re looking for input, lots of input at these workshops,” Goodwin added. Ct Mi Comity Sheriff's Office New Srmmfeb Police Department Take the time to install — and use — good'locks. Use Operation Identification. HEB FOODS • DRUGS Delightful Deli Buys! AVAILABLE ONLY AT H.E.B.’S WITH DELICATESSENS. ated DANISH BOILED HAM DANISH'* HALF POUND................. I I ^ I $1 79 CREAM CHEESE    ....    CREAM HAVARD r_,0 kach.    $049    $059 ORANGE. HERBS    LB.    O    CHEESE    LB    O it I NFO CAMEMBERT t(BQQ OR BRIE 45-02 each ! CHEESE FONTINA CHEESE POUND *3 49 PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU WEDNESDAY. MARCH 3-9 IN: NEW BRAUNFELS •LIMIT RIGHTS RESERVED* HEB X FOODS • DRUGS DeVillez (who has served one term) were to expire in 1983, regardless of TASB’s request. So the three " will essentially dissolve into trustee position, which so far only Lehmann has filed to keep. Anyone who wishes to file after CISD business hours can contact C1SD Business Manager Hugo Nowotny ai bis home, 1256 Rivercrest. The deadline for filing is midnight. For anyone not registered to vote in Comal County, Friday is the last day to register to be eligible to vote in the April 2 election. BAKERY SPECIALS! AVAILABLE ONLY AT H E B. STORES WITH BAKERIES. honeyt^ee^J ~ APPLE FRIED PIES r*' ‘^Ir'TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS BARGAIN” r, IEGG KNOT ROLLS “A Tender And Delicious Roll- Great/ For Sandwiches Or Dinner Rolls . " 6*. 89 Cake Feature Of . the Week ( GERMAN ^CHOCOLATE | CAKE Amental Favorite 8 TWO $/|99 OO CAMPECHAMA "PAN DULCE"...........5    FOR JELLY ROLLS 4    $100 FOR I CREESE LATTICE COFFEE CAKE PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU WEDNESDAY. MARCH 3-1 IN: NEW BRAUNFELS •LIMIT NIGHTS RESENVED* ;

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