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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                CISD trusteesvisit touches off controversy By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Two school bourd members in terrupted a Canyon High School Advanced English III class while students were taking a final exam last The circumstances surrounding that incident have become a source of controversy since Cornal Independent School District trustees Carey McWilliams and Karen Rust came to Vicki Langhams and held an im promptu discussion with Hut thats where the agreement and the dispute Canyon Principal Ixtrry Moehnke said It was my un derstanding the students had finished their but evidently they had He added he had not stayed in the classroom during the CISD Superintendent Edgar Willhelm said The board members usked to talk to the Moehnke said the class was finished with its and took the board members to the They had finished their But students in the Advanced English III class and their tell a different I was watching the time more than usual because the class was in a testing The test was in the Commons because the classroom we usually meet in is too small for testing pur About Moehnke approached me and asked me how soon the students would be I told him some would finish faster than and I had promised some of the students time into lunch if they needed He said two board members wanted to talk to the Before Moehnke came back with McWilliams and Ixingham asked Audie the CHS English Department to sit in on the McWilliams said he wanted me and I wasnt about to leave those kids alone in Uinghum adding LRoy had announced her resignation to other English Department faculty later that same A Mailbag letter to the Herald signed by the Advanced English III They McWilliams and Rust said they were there to evaluate the gifted and talented but after a few questions about the they changed the subject to the recent CISD controversy over Willhelm and the Gossip 101 supposedly being taught by district The letter As we tried to answer their we felt that our answers were not being heard at Instead the topic kept returning to our and what they might See Page 12A 1V New aria Braunfels New Texas 108 36 Pages Sections WEDNESDAY 1983 25 cents USPS 377880 Jasper officia to lead N B By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Beginning July New Braunfels Independent School District will be led by an experienced educator and administrator who characterizes himself as a strong believer in the The current superintendent of Jasper IS Charles Bradberry was hired Tuesday to replace who will retire June NBISD trustees signed 38yearold Bradberry to a threeyear contract at an annual salary of following a lengthy executive session Bradberry plans to resign his post in ef fective July to take the position offered to him It was hard to tell who was happier following the boards unanimous vote school trustees or the new who brings with him 14 years of administrative and educational Following the boards school board president Margy Waldrip called a short break to allow teachers and other NBISD Chill of victory personnel to become aquainted with their new boss and his who said that the executive session was held to discuss his brought his wife Sharon an elementary school teacher and 11year old daughter Amanda with him to Tuesdays The Texas who has been of Jasper since was one of four finalists being considered for the job that has been held by Hendricks since Waldrip said Bradberry was chosen from the four finalists and 101 total applicants because of his She that he is certified and ex perienced in all levels of education from teaching elementary grades to being an He can identify with all the people hell be supervising because hes been a smiling Waldrip Saying that Hendricks will be a tough act to Bradberry noted that Inwas not coming to make a big deal of changes in the Calling See Page Lawmaker spends night in jail SAN ANTONIO AP State Joe spent the night in jail after appearing 1 hours late for sentencing on his plea of no contest to a driving whileintoxicated County CourtatLaw Judge Keith Burris reset sentencing for this morning after revoking a San Antonio said he was late for the 3 Tuesday sentencing because lie couldnt get transportation from where he had been attending the close of the legislative state Matt said his client would spend the entire night in The judge has been Garcia It was a reasonable Maybe some good will come out of the It is a regrettable position to have a state representative led away to the County Ixirry the Bexar County assistant district attorney prosecuting the drunken driving said was very remorseful when he finally showed up Smith had recommended the judge sentence to five days in jail and fine him Chief adult probation officer Caeser Garcia has said he would recommend probation since the legislator was a first offender and has a was arrested and charged with drunken driving 28 after an accident at a downtown He pleaded no contest to the charge April The lawmakers late appearance brought to five the number of times he failed to show up or appeared late on the drunken driving including missing a meeting with his probation The whole situation is District At torney Sam Millsap had agreed to postpone for last because the Legislature was in We tried to work with in good faith by not forcing him to come back last Millsap but that gesture was thrown back in our He deserves to go to I dont know how to get to 1 think he needs tosit quietly and think about Federal judge halts cattle quarantine liy This baseball fan scorns intunt on the Unicorns Robstown contest but hor youny companion seoms 111010 in terested in a nap and keeping out the unusually cool The Unicorns so it was worth tin See Page Complaints on target Appraiser says districts woes are true ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer The1 Coiiuil County Appraisal District found itself minus an appraiser Tuesday With the first draft of the tax roll now in the and a move to abolish the office still pending on the Board of Mike Smith walked He thinks it might not be such a bad idea to turn the whole operation over to County Tax Assessor Gloria as an ad hoc committee recom mended to the board on May The committee wasnt in unanimous Glyn Goff who as representative of two taxing entities was allowed to vote twice defended Chief Appraiser Glenn Brucks handling of the and filed a minority report slating his Margie Lubianski of Selma The rest of the 10member committee agreed with Garden Ridge representative John who found much and nothing to say about the present appraisal who has worked under Brucks for just over a Everything that committee brought up is they said there is no And there We dont know whos He talked of a power between Brucks and his administrative Patricia He claimed that complaints made to Brucks by head appraiser Werner Rowald were laughed off and got no And even if the 1903 tax roll does get out on time which would be a big improvement over Smith says the roll is totally It was a hurryup job just throw it in the com puter and spit it he indicating that the findings of the act hoc committee may have led Brucks to put on the pressure for fast He said many of the chief appraisers orders were countermanded by apparently without Brucks He pointed out that Fox was hired as an but has done very little work in that If theres going to be a it ought to be the head was Smiths He accused Brucks of annoying There are deadlines for some and others dont know what the deadline or ap parently dont have a he Why does the chief appraiser say hes not going to grant See Page IM AUSTIN API A federal judge at least temporarily halted a quarantine he said could cause immediate and irreparable damage to the Texas cattle industry by prohibiting tin interstate shipment of breeder The Department of Agriculture had scheduled the quarantine to begin at midnight District Judge James Nowlin issued a temporary restraining order after a twohour hearing Tuesday that stopped the quarantine at least until he can have a hearing on either June or June At the hearing I plan to take ex tensive the judge The order for a temporary restraining order was requested in suits filed against the USDA by Frates president of the Texas and Southwest Cattlemens and Robert Harris County Attorney General Jim Mattox joined in the Texas has a brucellosis program now that meets the federal stan said Austin attorney Charles arguing for The program has been in effect four years and nothing has happened recently to call for an emergency Herring said Seeligson had several herds of cattle that needed to be moved to New Mexico where grass was available bat would not be able to do so if the quarantine was in Attorney Jerry Hammett said Mason had a sale of purebred Angus cattle scheduled in Burnet County Wednesday and could lose up to Dave first assistant at torney said brucellosis regulations were being enforced in Texas according to 1982 rules that had been approved by the federal He said Mississippi and Arkansas have higher rates of the cattle disease but art not quaran Robert assistant District San argued the quarantine was needed principally because one Texas ran Nunley of got a permanent injunction in 1979 that keeps the Texas Animal Health Commission from inspecting his herd for on grounds the program was This order prohibits state in spectors from even going on his Duffey and Nunley ships cattle throughout Die state although he is free of Nowlin asked why the USDA had not decided on the quarantine earlier since it was issued in The USDA announced its quarantine on May Inside Todays Weather Considerable cloudiness is expected this af with a 30 percent chance of thun Winds will be from the northeast near 10 miles per Tonight will be cloudy and with variable Thursday will be partly cloudy and with winds from the southwest at 1015 Sunset today will be at and sunrise Thursday at Sixers Sweep The Los Angeles Uikers lost their NBA crown in convincing fashion Tuesday as Moses Julius Ervlng and powered the Philadelphia 76ers to a 115108 The 40 sweep by the Sixers ended seven years of which saw the team make it to the finals four times without winning the Page TV City MALDEF Agency preparing reply to city plan Washington has received no correspondence from the Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund on New Braunfels new city council election But MALDEF attorney Judith SandersCastro There will definitely be something there before the day a decision is That day is June said New Braunfels City Attorney John The Department of Justice received the plan approved by local voters April 2 as an amendment to the city charter on April By the agency must reply either make a or ask for more time and additional information within 60 SandersCastro just received copies of the in formation Chunn sent to and she says thats the reason for the delay in filing MALDEFs promised complaint against the In any case under review by the Department of We have to get hold of what the jurisdiction in this the City of New Braunfels she The only thing 1 had received until last Friday was a copy of the letter from She now has the entire shipped from the Department of But she hadnt had time to review it us of Tuesday Im going to have to get on it this Sanders Castro adding that her comment would be filed whenever it gets Theyd better commented a Department See Page 12A Sticking at large places New Braunfels currently has a sevenmember city with all members elected at large by the entire Each candidate has to file for u specific and must get a majority of the vote to A new election approved by charter amendment on April 2 and now under review by the Department of calls for just three council members to be elected in this The other four will be elected by neighborhood one of which will have a 62 percent Mexican American MALDEFs associate Jose said shortly after the April 2 election that his group would oppose the plan in a limited It has no quarrel with the four districts us but does object to the way the atlurge council members are to be MALDEF supported the city Districting Charter Review Committees original which was to elect the three atlurge members by with no runoffs and no numbered Chunn found this to be in violation of the Texas So the City Council amended the committees over the protests of MALDEF and a group of local and put it to a public DYANNE FRY   

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