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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 12, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Texas rrop ine t It 0 h i ibQjt 4r i Run for Life CISD factions seek answers Tuesday at meeting favnnvnrQ MrWilllnms said much It will take telephone accusing By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Board member Carey McWilllams will be at Tuesdays meeting of Comal Independent School District He wont be conveniently out of and I am definitely not going to McWilliams Ill get there he although the last couple of weeks have been anything but humorous in Since the May 24 board sides have for a Canyon High School final exam was interrupted by two board and petitions asking for resignations of board president Kenneth Wunderlich and Edgar Willhelm have begun A group labeled the Concerned Taxpayers has made a list of con cerns including low teacher resignation of quality and lack of communication between the the school board and McWilliams and Karen Rust went to the Advanced III English class on May 27 to visit with students as part of the boards investigation into the May 24 Rust has publicly apologized for interrupting the final and McWilliams agreed with that 100 percent When I make a committment to quality and a com mittment to be fiscally responsible to McWilliams said I believe that com mittment has to be When the final report is in on Willhelm and this school there will be very many people who are going to be very embarrassed simply because they havent taken the time to seek the or to ask why all this is taking What is the truth When asked said his response at present wouldnt have much It will take board action and committee work to answer that lie There will be some sort of decision Tuesday Thats And I dont have any problem with a committee being formed to look Into the allegations of the Taxpayers as long as their purpose is to help us improve our system and com munication within our McWilliams said hes gotten telephone accusing Willhelm of skipping I know for a fact his parents were involved in a serious automobile accident rtear Houston last And hes been going down there on the weekends to take care of When he comes back to New McWilliams he finds For Sale signs in his front I think thats totally uncalled See Page 14A New Braunfels HeraldZcitunQ SUNDAY June 50 cents New Texas 116 70 Pages Sections USPS 377880 Bomb explodes near Marine positions Lebanon AP A remote controlled bomti an Israelimilitary convoy but six including a man three on a crowded highfey in thisreside resort south of BeiruiThe windows at the nearby It was the latest in a series of guerrilla strikes that have killed five Israeli soldiers in Lebanon since The head of the Israeli Parliaments Security and Foreign Affairs Eliahu Ben told Israel Radio that Israels patience was wearing thin with the attacks andthaLSyriashouJd agree quickly its troops out of Israeli spokesmen said the blast was caused by an explosive charge on the side of the coastal road in the Lebanese site of the fourmonth negotiations that led to the signing of the LebaneseIsraeli troop withdrawal agreement May An Israeli convoy of one armored per sonnel one jeep and one water tanker had just passed the spot and was 25 yards away when the thunderous blast kicked up two clouds of white smoke at An Associated Press correspondent was in a car 200 yards north of the blast site at the time of the Hundreds of drivers lined up for more than a mile began to Many honked their Others tried to drive on the the road or turn One man Juirip0cllnto tried to run in all looking for their children The explosion occurred a few hundred yards from a Marine Lance George of New York said a car had rushed toward the Marine gate on the highway moments after the carrying a wounded Marine spokesman Fred Lash said of the bombing We could not tell what it but it was loud here at headquarters and windows The first major guerrilla strike this month occurred Wednesday when a remotecontrolled car bomb killed two Israeli soldiers and wounded two others as well as seven Ixbanese The second fatal attack came Friday when guerrillas hiding in a lemon grove ambushedarid killed three Israeli soldiers road a village Lebanons southernmost port of In the port city of provincial capital of southern a bomb went off Friday night 10 yards behind an Israeli causing no damage or Housing Common airport on City Council agenda ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer Land and money will be on the City Councils mind Monday When the council meets at Monday in its meeting room at City it will face the Public Housing Authoritys request that the city waive the authoritys in lieu of taxes next as it has done in the Council agreed last July to waive payments due up through but wanted a look at the authoritys budget before agreeing to any more The payment in lieu of taxes termed PILOT in government parlance is based on a percentage of rents collected in public housing Council may also appropriate funds to buy land for the extension of Common Street from Ixop 337 to Gruene A federal assistance program for street development is pending through the Texas Highway and the Common extension is one of the priority projects named by this If the city can acquire the the state might be able to put in the explained assistant city manager Hector He said owners of the land had been asked if theyd be willing to dedicate space for a but I think they want a little bit of money for Tarnayo the city is ready to abandon rights to the dead end of Groos south of Merriwcather Council okayed that move some months and now has an ordinance to that The rightofway will be divided between the two adjacent property Council will hear a status report on its request to widen two state highways FM 725 and Texas 46 to four lanes south of IH The 198233 which expires at the end of this will be amended to reflect actual expenditures during the And council may authorize City Manager Delashmutt to call for bids on an irrigation pump and pumphousc for the Landa Park Golf Milt Ferguson Motor Company has asked for painted pedestrian crosswalks at C99 San Antonio and William Porter wants to build a retaining wall on the Guadalupe River bank at 1655 Kuchlcr This permit requires City Council In other the council will read two rczoning ordinances for the second and appoint a replacement for Ezequiel who has resigned his seat on the Public Housing Torres unexpired term runs through He said he was resigning partly because of health problems which make it increasingly difficult for him to get and partly Ten years on the boardls enough Council will also fill two seats on the Golf Course Advisory Board and three on the Housing Authority Grievance Bulverdeman hurt in wreck on FM 1863 A Bulverde man was injured in an accident early Saturday morning along FM Patrick of 649 Pine Eagle in was injured about and taken by ambulance to McKenna Memorial He was treated for two severe facial and transferred later that morning in stable condition to a San Antonio hospital for further a hospital spokesman No other injuries were reported in the In other police traffic was backed up for about an hour Saturday afternoon while a black bus blocked River Road near the First Comal County sheriffs deputies were called out to River Road about the dispatcher About 2030 people tried to push the vehicle out of the way before it was towed away from the she There were no injuries caused by the traffic she added Inside TodayVWeather It willbecloudy this morning and Monday partly by the afternoon Winds will be from the southeast at J52Q mph decreasing to 1015 mph High School Champs Snyder and two teams who ended the state title hopes of New Braunfels and Smithson wound up on top of the heap in 4A and which beat New Braunfels 43 in the Wasted Pe while which topped the Rangers 44 in regional edged Trouble at NAACP NAACP Margaret Bush Wilson was stripped of all her official powers by the directors of the group Saturday after the directors decided her suspension of executive director Benjamin Hooks was a solid case of sour Story page 2B DEATHS 2A 4B SPORTS Chili con carhood Theres no word on how good Angle Carrolls chili but she has to have the only pot that gets 30 miles to a gallon or a ladle or The in town for the Summerfest being held at Comal Stallphoto by ohn Smlvr County cooks her concoction in a It was part of a chili cookoff held at the which ends Staying arrive Mindless disco Chinese critic says PEKING AP Theres good news for Chinese youths with Saturday night A popular magazine has vindicated previously con sidered a and declared its not evil and obscene but just mindless authorities still frown on most other forms of popular Western from John Philip Sousa to The We are not advocates of disco but we shouldnt reject it says the latest issue of New Observations Unlike pop and it carries no naked social nor does it in cite to rebellion or music critic Ye Lin disco is enthusiastic and Chinese authorities have long been concerned that decadent Western music erodes the morality of youth and ordered young people to shun pop disco as sugarcoated But Chinas emphasis on consumer goods and the influx of tape recorders and cassettes made it im possible to drown out the with Chinese youths holding secret parties to hear the music popularized by such stars as the Bee Donna Summer and John there is an ongoing debate on the morality of music that is reminiscent of the furor over rock n roll when it was first introduced in the United Last the Peoples Publishing House printed a bestselling How to Distinguish Decadent that condemned most Western music even Sousas martial tunes and Frank Sinatra songs because of suggestive quavering frenetic beats and unpredictable The latest pronouncement by critic Ye is more realistic With the popularizing of tape and wide circulation of cassettes and increasing cultural and sports disco music and dance have vociferously found their way into How to appraise disco has become a troversial Ye wrote in the bimonthly which carries light articles on popular peasant poetry and Ye condemned pop music in deplored concerts attended by tens of thousands of See MA   

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