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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 19, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Texas jhto eft f jt 1licroplcx tne 4tt hitch womble box W36 Dpi Twins Rangers 4 Padres Astros 1 11 innings vy New Texas SUNDAY June 50 cents 121 66 Pages4 Sections USPS 377880 Sally rides into orbit aboard shuttle Challenger CAPE AP After 22 years ynd 57 the United States put a woman in space Sally a 32yearold went right to sending a Canadian satellite spin ning out of Challengers cargo It sure is she told Mission Control during her first hour in by the end of the she had not changed her As Mission Control bid the astronauts a good night and thanked them for a great Ride exclaimed If you think it was a great day for you should have been up Neither Ride nor her four male crewmalos aboard Challenger made note of the breakup of a menonly But as fire belched from the tail of the shuttle a I the beginning of Flight the voice of launch control exulted liftoff of STS7 aiid Americas first woman astronaut On the shuttles seventh turn around she conducted critical checkout procedures and then pushed the button that ejected the million AnikC com munications satellite at a precise point over the Pacific southwest of This makes the orbitcr three for three on PAM said Ride after the successful She referred to the small system that had ejected two such satellites on a previous Her fellow mission John As previously we The AnikC will bring satellite payTV to receiving dishes in millions of Rides Steve an astronaut who is to fly in space for the first time next year bade her farewell from launch have a he A cr6wd estimated at halfamillion urged her Many donned Tshirts with the slogan Sally The trip has other significant If all goes Challenger will make the shuttle programs first round Florida landing at a concrete Kennedy Space Center strip next Friday at And never before have five people gone into orbit on one prompting this boast from NASA Space shuttle Challenger has delivered to space largest human payload of all time one In his weekly radio President Reagan called Ride an example of the great strides women have He wished the crew Dean Fischer of New Braunfels scopes and Jason Vallier left a rifle with his Staff photos by John Senter Patrons to speak at meeting By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer The Tuesday night meeting of the Comal Independent School District board of trustees could be a repeat of the coritroveirsial May 24 with at least two patrons requesting spots on the addition to IheVegular Aiidlence with Patrons James Mangum and Carter Casteel have asked names be included in the I would like to propose a choice of solutions to the current strife within He adds the solutions will be based on business and no ac cusations will be Casteels request is on behalf of the Concerned Taxpayers She wants the opportunity to address the board on the formation of the advisory and recent events in An 11mcmber Advisory Committee was appointed by the board at its June 14 to look into a prepared list of nine The committee is to bring its report back at the July 19 board After the board listens to its It will face a hefty The board will hear reports on the 198283 Texas Assessment of Basic SHills and discuss the boards role in the 15 opening of the Alternative School at Teen Connection with director Nancy The board will also consider a long distance telephone service within a proposal for group health insurance benefit plan with a a vocational agriculture purchasing a holiday schedule ior 12month Other action items include authorization for expenditures necessary for school a hardship transfer for Tammy Lynette and the activation of a longrange planning committee for the Inside VVea ther shbuhlcioiid upfagain sometime cloudy to cloudy throughthe Winds from the southeast at 5 10 miles per Expect some late night and a partially sky on Temperatures will be 3A ENTERTAINMENT OPINIONS Guns and jewelry i mixes unlikely interests at show By PATRICIA YZNAGAKIIMG Wire i Linda and Harvey Turner of San Antonio came to their gun show here two years ago with about guns for Their guns seemed lost on the Jong exhibit They were back here again old haiUls at fleers was their since thenfecouplehas attended shows all oyei the This center is the nicest than any weve ever been toj Turner At the gun show Saturday who is Lining up ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer The agenda looks At 7 directors of the Comal County Appraisal District will discuss an ad hoc committees report and talk about the 1984 But Chief Appraiser Glenn Brucks proposed budget wont be worth much if directors decide to take the committees which is to relieve Brucks of his management responsibilities and put County Tax Assessor Gloria Clennan in charge of the appraisal Brucks said Saturday that he hasnt any idea how the vote will go a vote is Director Charles who chaired the sd hoc hopes to force it to a He kept quiet last when board Appraisal showdown may come Monday chairman Leroy Goodson requested some time to study Lewis feels the time has now come to make a and he says hell move Monday to make Clennan chief I have he I cant because the majority of the committee recommended The only member in dissent was Glyn representing the New Braunfels city school district tax Goff is also a director of the appraisal and will no doubt cast a no vote on Lewis Director Arnold Moos indicated Thur sday that he would support But it takes three votes to pass a and the last two board members arent so easy to I know what my personal feeling but I dont want to weigh it before the board has a chance to see me eycballto said Vicechairman George Erben said he had a sort of middle of the road which he hoped the board would at least He didnt want to talk about it Im trying to work for a longterm tliat should be a nice savings to the was all he would Clennan is just going to wait and She said Friday that she take the job if the board offered But she didnt sound too Clennan served on the ad hoc which included a represen tative from every taxing entity the ap praisal district She voted with the majority when they recommended putting See Page 1M Bullet hqle in Civic Center floor with car keys for scale displayed guns and who works for an insurance company in San displayed She sees jewelry exhibits at gun shows us a break from the gun Police Detective the gun said it was not unusual to have jewelry exhibits at a gun An exhibit of only guns would not really attract a mass audience he We try for female Gusme adding that many wives or female friends accompany men to gun began cxhibitlngjewolry because she didnt want lo just sit around at gun See Page 12A Show marred by accident An exhibitor was shot early Saturday afternoon at the New Braunfels Police Officers Association Gun Show at the Civic Donald of was lilt by bullet fragments in the police Police Detective Juan chairman of th6 gun said the shooting was The incident occurred after when a man who was attending the gun show as a patron opened his a semiautomatic for inspection in the weapon inspection Gusme Police said Saturday they were not at liberty to release the mans The gun show does not allow loaded weapons in the Rylianl was walking out of the exhibit area toward the concession stand while the gun was being in Gusme The gun went a bullot hit the richochted and hit Rylianl in the Qusme It went Gusme adding lhat the person who owned the gun was not being He opened it up for He unloaded Although the man thought the guns chamber was empty of there was one still in the Gusme II hit the floor and bounced up and hit the man Gusme It happened so Gusme said the incident may have been caused by some sort of malfunction with the Rylianl was taken to McKenna Memorial Hospital Sue Page 12A Group supports sees problem as communication Not everyone is unhappy with the Comsl Independent School its school board or its One such group met at the Woodlands Country Club Thursday to share ideas and discuss the current That was the same night the ijmember Advisory appointed bythe CISD met in dosed Spokesperson Frances Albright said the discussion group decided that part of the current problem was that Edgar Wilihelm came from outside Some patrons and teachers havent to knovv whereas before the superintendfnt was always a CISP principal she the constant theme of the discussion seemed to be Allbright Its important to try and understand how complicated by rumors and is causing this If people hear they need to contact their prin cipals and find out what the actual facts Dont just accept the Allbright said she for the most that CISP patrons and parents want the same thing good management of tax dollars for the childrens best And we felt he board is moving in hat she Most of us are pleased with the educational She recalled an incident several years ago See Page 12A Volcker to stay as head of Fed WASHINGTON AP President Reagan ended months of speculation Saturday by announcing he will renominate Paul Volcker to sejve another four years as chairman of the Federal Reserve Board when his first term expires in Hes agreed to do ancj J ccuIcJnirbe more Reagan said In his weekly radio broadcast from Camp where he is spending the weekend who was first named to the post in 1979 by said in Mew York that he was gratified arirf honored by the expression of confidence by the In renaming Reagan turned aside an opportunity to put his own pointee in that sensitive spot as thj nations central i Volcker has strong backing in business and financial circles for his efforts to bring down the inflation But the Feds anti inflation policies also have been blamed by some for contributing to the lengthy and deep recession from which the economy is Reagans announcement was certain lo be weii received by wlucii had been pressing for his rcappoinlijient to what is considered by some second most powerful job in the United Arthur chairman of the American Stock called the announcement in the best interests of the countrys economic SenRobert said the decision should reassure the financial markets J to Sower interest Thomas in a Pemopratic response to the presidents radio 1 vigorously support the Gary a candidate for Ihe Democratic presidunlial said the ruappointmcnl could be a disaster for our economy and for the AFLCJO spokesman Rex Hardusty said Ihe labor federation disagrees with the Feds monetary adding Bui we had no reason to oppose the reappointment of Volcker because the policy would not have changed if he had been Volckers nomination must be confirmed by the where few obstacles are His current term as chairman expires By law the term of the who is paid a yeari lasts four Yolckers term as an ordinary member until   

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