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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 25, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                it lteh til e Lest we Local Memorial Day service planned Sunday American Legion Post 179 will hold a Memorial Day service this Sunday for veterans of the Civil Spanish American first and second World Wars and Vietnam and for fallen comrades serving overseas even in times of Though Monday is officially Memorial we thought wed get better at tendance on said a local The last such com memorative service was held on Memorial This years service will begin at 2 in the Comal In case of it will be postponed until Post Commander Hugh Talbot will give the welcome The Comal County Band will play the national and colors will be presented by the New Braunfels High School Guest speakers will include Mayor Stratemann former ambassador Bob Krueger and the reverends Hilmar Flugrath and Daniel The program includes a gun salute and Taps played by the ROTC Ladies auxiliaries of the various participating groups will place flower wreaths on the graves of departed Organizations to be represented include Legion Posts 179 and 35 of New Post 643 of Canyon Disabled American Veterans Post Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7110 and VFW Post 8573 of Canyon Canyon Dam outflow raised to 300 cubic feet per second ii rtf OR font a By SANDRA JACKSON Staff writier An increase in the amount of water being released from Canyon Dam was ordered just in time for the Memorial Day The GuadalupeBlanco River Authority requested the and gates were opened at The outflow was raised to 300 cubic feet per Heavy rainfall last weekend had caused the lake to rise from n low of feet above mean sea level on Saturday to feet on prior to the increased With a recorded rainfall of inches on the inflow was marked at cfs at 8 that and was actually higher than that later in the This kind of caught me by said Phillip reservoir He ex See Page 1GA AV New Braunfels HeraldZeitung WEDNESDAY May 25 cents New Texas 103 44 Pages Sections USPS 377880 Complaints directed at CISDs Willhelm By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer In his own Comal Independent School District Kdgar Willhelm got a taste of what he gets paid for at Tuesday nights school board Over 200 including teachers and crowded into Frazier Elementarys and let the board have it for over two Lack of dislike for board rumors of curriculum and overall disgust in Willhelm dominated individuals speeches from the Teacher Vicki Langham said she was If 1 got up here and spoke Id be consigned to a hit I was also told Id get my principal in Im here Langhams concerns included the lack of professional and teacher tur Swinying nlony Five year old Michael practices his nee dimbini technique on a swirujset in the backyard at this Plum Street With the weather behavmc a little more normally this week alter recent and with schools luttiiHl out tllls there should he a marked increase in backyard Agriculture Department eyes quarantine of Texas cattle WASHINGTON rAIi Barring Texas Senate approval of a brucellosis testing program the Agriculture Department said it will quarantine all shipments of breeding cattle from Texas beginning next The planned announced is necessary because the slate lacks legal authority to test herds suspected of having The USDA Brucellosis is a bacterial disease often causing widespread abortions in cattle The quarantine will impose severe shipping restrictions on Texas said Bert administrator of USDAs Animal and Plant Health Inspection the quarantine is needed ID protect the nations billion beef cattle and billion dairy Hawkins said the USDA has been working closely with Texas authorities since 1978 trying to assist them in a Most we hoped the matter would be resolved by Texas But the Texas Senate has thus far failed to act favorable on a bill thai would have given the state animal health officials the needed authority to control he The already approved by the Texa is two votes short of the 21 or two required to bring it before the full The bills Bob D said he believes the quarantine an nouncement will give him the necessary Glasgow said he will try to bring the bill to a vote Thursday or Friday after his colleagues have time to access the impact of the USDAs nover within the He Willhelm I dont talk to principals take care of Langham if thats its very Im not a personnel Im a I work with I deserve to be consulted about curriculum I feel like someones just waiting for me to make a I even take double looks at the literature I she con I have no axe to grind with But is he an educator first And if he the teachers need to be on that same And for those who if you dont like I say thats exactly what I intend to Langham Her remarks were followed by a standing I am here because I know Im Pat Nisson We have an intelligent but their wisdom hasnt been channeled in the right Kenneth Wunderlich board president called me at and had a temper tantrum on the We dont need this kind of leadership on our school Are you aware that Willhelm resigned from Lamar before he came even before his contract was Nisson asked board If you did know you have misled your tax We have a federal lawsuit filed against us thats going to cost us a bundle if we and a ton if we And it the suit was filed against us for improper administrative Several Bulverde residents spoke out in favor of and presented he board with a card of appreciation signed by about 100 We want you to know there are a lot of us who think the world of See Page 16A Trustees approve transfer Hostility directed at Comal Independent School District Edgar Willhelm wasnt the only subject of controversy on Tuesday nights A transfer request from and Toussaint for their fiveyearold daughter Sara Ann to enter fostered opposition of its At the April 1 trustees ap proved a stiff transfer eliminating a grandfather clause which allowed brothers and sisters of current transfers to attend CISI schools without paying That same a list of IJ1 transfer students for was Some of the students on thai list were transferred under the old grandfather but the board specified that any younger brothers and sisters not already on the approved list would be charged Walter Saras has attended CISI schools for seven Toussaiuts letter of request for Saras transfer and waiver of tuition stated her sons transfer was based on advice from a psychologist and tran sportation problems arising from our home being geographically separated from the district in which we live Hays If we grant this well be opening a Pandoras Were about to violate the policy we just board member Carey McWilliams and our taxpayers will pay fur your kid to go to I pay taxes in this Toussuinl adding that the Hays bus comes within 810 miles of her and the CISI bus within two Other board members disagreed with I wrench my guts on decisions like this but I feel like weve set a precedent with this David Way This doesnt open a Pandoras Box in my I feel there are exceptions to and thats what we sit here for to make those 1 think common sense should dictate his David Boatner We should be firm in not setting the stage for an We can ask that she apply every and leave it at Sec Page 1CA Ranch industry groups have been divided on the some opposing it as a costly intrusion into then Uirry a spokesman for the Animal and Plant Health Inspection said other states expressed concern to the federal agency about the cattle situation in We are concerned with breeding cattle from the standpoint of the disease spreading to other said Hawkins said the quarantine also will mean a cutoff of most federal funds to fight brucellosis in Texas about million last year including in demnity payments for ranchers whose cattle are found The problem arose as a state legal issue when rancher Nunley of obtained a court order to halt the brucellosis testing of his Hawkins This leaves us with no option but to impose a he also known as Bangs disease and poses no clanger to consumers of meat and pasteurized dairy it can be transmitted to slaughter plant workers and other in contact with infected animals or their freshly killed Under the breeding cattle may shipped out of Texas only from qualified herds those that have passed two herd tests for brucellosis 120 days In animals must be tested and found negative within days of Steers and spayed neutered over six months of age will be exempt from The quarantine will not apply to animals being shipped into Inside Todays Weather This afternoon will be partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of It will be cloudy tonight and Thursday becoming partly cloudy in the Winds today will be from the southeast near 10 miles per with variable winds today will be at and sunrise Thursday at Unicorns Win Opener Hiding the onehit pitching of Armando the New Braunfels Unicorns scratched together a run in the sixtrh inning and beat 1 Tuesday in the opener of the teams threegame regional playoff Games 2 and will be held Friday in Dotnils in Rangers Blast Hitchcock The Hitchcock Bulldogs never did figure out Smithson Valley pitcher Pat It took the Rangers five but they finally got to Bulldog starter Earnest The A 71 Ranger playoff Details in CLASSIFIED CROSSWORD DEAR DEATHS 811B 10C 10C 2A 2 3C TV LISTINGS 14A Utilities trustees reject telephone bids again All PBX private branch exchange telephone system bids for the New Braunfels Utilities under con sideration since March met their doom Tuesday It was a death by unanimous vote this as opposed to the April 211 where trustees had refused to reject bids from Centel and Business the bids were pending further Also in Utilities Manager Bob Sohn said the PBX system might not be what the company and thats what the existing wbids In restudying the he added we did get information on other equipment now available to including a division of Southwestern In other action the board approved a revision in the pipe multiplier section of a new pro rata rale effective June The which all represented reductions from what had been ap proved in were Sohn because I felt the original multipliers were making too big of a The revisions still allow us a big enough Prior to the March the last revision to the pro rata rate schedule came in The pro rata schedule is a formula which determines what portion of the costs of extending utility service to new construction should be borns by the developers or The new pro rata schedule allows the Utilities to recover but will still operate under the current principle that the developer shouldnt pay for future expansion ideas Hu milities might We do have tin final determination whether a project needs a sixinch water or an Sohn But were not piling to charge the subdivide for our Crowing The subdivide1 pays for an eightinch only if his needs require that The board heard a report by Sam of Hunter Associates on the relocation of the Kerlick water Work on the project should begin in or by July The bids were divided into two sections U pipeline and 2 pump because we had some contractors who wanted to bid on the pump but dont like In lay pipe in McKcnzie So we could possibly have two contractors on this he adding that bid which will include painting the tanks in terior and would be on the June An enthusiastic Frank Utilities electrical distribution gave a favorable report to trustees on damage from a series of storms which swept through New Braunfels last Friday and No major circuits were out during the with the ex ception of some We had some 74 calls made to 28 of which were related to the See Page ISA   

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