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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 6, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Texas Houston SyrtcujtM Lot Angttoi 122 Georgia 69 Still kicking Growth panel lives past February deadline By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer It was supposed to selfdestruct in But contrary to original the Comal County Growth and Development Committee is alive and striving to complete its That task to study the effect growth and tourism are having on the county and make recommendations for meeting the resulting problems was assigned to the 13member panel last summer by Con jjtosgwners A few committee members held an adhoc meeting late last week to discuss finalizing thecommittees said Tim Com missioners Court administrator and committee At that committee members tried to get a foothold on everything surveys and studies so that it can all be finalized into one document that will be turned over to Commissioners Darilek ex Just Darilek said the soonest Commissioners Court would have the committees final report would be at least a month Time is still he to review subcommittee reports and document the findings of a survey distributed earlier this year by the Tabulating responses to the surveys is the process that has delayed the committee the most from completing its task on its original time he noted in a telephone interview Upon its organization last the committee agreed to a selfdestruct date by We hoped See Page 14A Atheists son to speak at Civic Center Tuesday William Murray William Bill former atheist and son of atheist leader Madalyne Murray will be the guest speaker of the Christian Womens Club at 7 Tuesday at the Civic Tickets for adults will be and children 12 and under are In addition to Murrays those in attendance will hear gospel singers Dave and Carol Graves of San An Desserts and coffee will be Murray was the plaintiff in the historic Supreme Court decision in 1963 that banned prayer and Bible reading from public In he became a bornagain and now lives in The Court case was a drastic Look at the current discipline moral decay and violence now in the Murray now I was raised to believe that people who went to church were I was not allowed to join the Boy Scouts or even have dinner at a friends house just in case a prayer was said before Murray will describe growing up in an atheists home and his requested but not can be made by calling New Braunfels New Texes HepaldZeltung SUNDAY March 50 cents 92 46 66 Pages Sections USPS 377880 OPEC price war takes ironic turn Out from Under the Weather Liz a tennis player from Clemens High in watches the rain from under a blanket while waiting to play in the Staff photo by John Senler Unicorn tournament The weather finally and play was completed Details in By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS In their desperate scramble to prevent a collapse of world petroleum OPEC ministers must ap preciate the irony of holding crisis talks in For the first time their success hinges on Britains Yet it was the startling increase in OPEC in the 197Cv thfii opened the door for Britain to become an in dependent oil power able to influence When Britain decided last month to cut its prices a OPEC member Nigeria quickly slashed its price a pushing the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to the brink of a price Nigerias oil competes in European markets with that of which is not a cartel That sent several key OPEC oil ministers scrambling between oil capitals this past climaxing with an unspecified understanding on Friday and a decision to call a meeting of all 13 cartel members Monday to seek a full which often meets at its headquarters in has not explained why it chose London for the site of what may be its most crucial It is believed the oil ministers will attempt to agree on a cut of about a barrel in the OPEC base price of It would be the first such reduction in the 22year history of They also will seek agreement on a plan for production The situation has reached the stage where OPEC can no longer afford to tolerate freelance behavior by other major oil the oil journal Middle East Economic Survey said The outcome of Mondays meeting of OPEC ministers will depend very much on the policy and behavior of it If the British undercut any new OPEC Nigeria may again be compelled to match That could trigger a bigger price cut by Saudi Arabia and its OPEC allies on the See Page 14A Inside Todays Weather It will be sunny and windy with lake wind advisories possible for west to nor thwesterly winds at 1525 mph and Tonight and Monday will be High today will be in the upper low tonight in the upper and a high Monday in the low On the Run The high school track season got underway with a vengeance as all six local boys and girls squads saw action Details in CROSSWORD PUBLIC Pope addresses Panama crowd in 110degree heat PANAMA Panama AP Addressing a sweltering outdoor Mass at which scores fainted under 110 degree Pope John Paul II on Saturday urged an estimated faithful to renew their com mitment to marriage and reject Divorce is unacceptable and against the will of the pontiff said at Albrook Air Field in the for mer Canal which reverted to Panamanian control in He also told the assembled to say no to sterilization and living together People in the crowd carried um brellas to ward off the broiling One policemen said the temperature soared to 110 degrees and Red Cross workers could be seen taking away scores of worshippers who Dust rose above the field where vendors sold pineapple cotton candy and hot Schoolchildren sang a song for the pope in his native A man wearing a baseball cap held up a sign in Spanish quoting Abraham Lincoln God must love poor Other wise he wouldnt have made so many of The pope later was to address poor farmers in Panama Citys Revolutionary Stadium and tell them to avoid the temptation of violence and selfish class struggle in seeking redistribution of In an advance text of his he promised church support for farm development programs aimed at eliminating unfair The pope was to return Saturday night to a temporary base in Costa Rica and set out Sunday for war racked El where there were reports a new attempt might be made to kill the the target of two previous assassination Earlier as schoolchildren waved pompoms and Panamanian President Ricarclo de la Espriella welcomed the pope to Omar Torrijos International Airport and decreed a joyous fiesta of As the pope the president Through Gods generosity we do not suffer from the extremes that afflict much of the rest of this The Vatican took the unusual step of releasing a report of Fridays closed door meeting between the pope and Nicaraguas ruling Sandinista saying the pope felt used by the who greeted him with chanted Marxist and failed to place a cross at a Mass According to the the Sandinistas told the who is on an eightnation mission to Central that the United States was planning fullscale military intervention in El They asked him to persutsie the Reagan administration stop the alleged the Vatican The pope replied there must be a not a military solution to Central Americas the Vatican adding the pontiff felt very strongly about his which was not a mere declaration of Public schools week set Texas Public Schools Week begins and area schools have a number of special events and programs Parents are urged to take time this week to visit their childs Here are some of the activities planned New Braunfels ISO Parents are invited to NBISD to visit their childs school during Texas Public Schools Encourage your child in applying himself or herself to gain the best possible education said Assistant Oscar Urging parents to visit NBISD Smith Show your children that you are proud of their Its your It should be your Activities at various NBISD schools next week is as follows Lftinar Special Education An open house will be held at the school on 240 Central from 8 to 3 All interested school personnel and community patrons are invited to visit the classrooms and talk with the staff to learn about Lamars program for handicapped Parents of Lamar students are encouraged to eat lunch in the cafeteria with their child on Cost for lunch is per Coffee and cookies will be served throughout the Lone Star Primary An open house will be held on Monday beginning at 7 to give patrons and parents an opportunity to visit classrooms and view student which will be on Seele Elementary Parents of Seele students are welcome to visit the school throughout the On parents of first grade students who will be enrolled in Seele next year are invited to attend an orientation meeting in the cafeteria and tour the Carl Schurz Intermediate The Carl Schurz PTA will meet Thursday at in the school Following this meeting will be program presented by fourth grade The school will also be open for visits during school hours throughout Public Schools Vistors are asked to check in with the schools office prior to visiting the New Braunfels Middle School An open house will be held Thursday along with a PTA meeting and the election of PTA Patrons are especially invited by the school personnel to vitis the school during the New Braunfels High School See Page 14A Meetings Rec Center funds on agenda The future of the Landa Recreation Center may be a little more clear after the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board meeting at 7 Monday at the Parks The Rec Center expects to run out of money by the end of That revelation led to the idea of the city taking over the Rec and setting up a real city recreation division as part of the Parks and Recreation More discussion and possible action on that proposal is on the agenda Monday along with citizens communications and the park directors Arts and Cultural Commission Even though the arts lost the battle for funds at the Valentines Day City Council the Arts and Cultural Commission will meet at 7 Monday to review requests for and will forward those funding recommendations to City The Greater New Braunfels Arts Council had requested 25 percent of the city hotelmotel The Chamber of Commerce convention and tourism committee received 80 10 percent went to the and the remaining 10 percent went to the In years that 10 percent has been divided between Circle Arts the Mid Texas the Sophienburg Museum and the New Braunfels Conservation Commissioners Court With one all topics on Mondays Commissioners Court agenda concern sub The exception is the courts consideration of appointing a deputy constable to precinct See Page 14A   

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