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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 23, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                texaa Testing Statewide results on the Texas Assessment of Basic Skills TABS tests wont be made public until late summer or early But Gay Comal Independent School Districts assistant knows CISDs scores will be high in At the Tuesday night board the accusation was made that CISD is teaching the In CISD Edgar Willhelm TABS was set up by the Texas above average dh TABS scores Education1 Every Texas school district is instructed to teach skills because those skills are necessary to succeed at the minimum Board president Kenneth Wun derlich I do know we have altered the curriculum to address the skills on the but those skills are the minimum We are not teaching the but assuring that certain content is TABS is a criterion reference meaning students are measured against and not against other The tests are ad ministered to grades and with the last referred to as Exit Our ninthgraders scored in the 90 to 91 percentile in all 0iree subject areas reading arid Watson Mastery is at 85 so our children are getting a wellbalanced See Page 16 75 I5 New Braunfels Herald New Texas 124 THURSDAY June 25 cents 16 Pages USPS 377880 er may change landing site Friendlyfaces Two yearold Sanchez waves at a passerby between gulps of Big Red while his threeyearold sister Monica takes a look at the world outside their parents The kiddos amused themselves while their parents were in the Courthouse Annex getting their car license CAPE AP NASAs shuttle director said today that the spaceship Challenger will attempt NASAs first Florida landing on redirecting to California in the event of bad Equipment trouble aboard the ship ruled out an fjxtension of the James Abrahamson said plans to have Challenger stay upan additional day had given way to an improvedweatheroutlook and high pressure problems with one of Challengers three Auxiliary Power Abrahamson had said a postponement to Saturday was cer He had egg on his face when he declared at midmorning We think its proper to go ahead with the lan ding landing at Kennedy Space Center He added Now that doesnt mean theres going to be a landing at the If the weather isnt the shuttle will go to Edwards Air Force Their are three landing op portunities at EOT and and at EDT in The crew Robert Rick John Sally Ride and Norman Thagard finished up their flight duties today and began As the astronauts completed their last flight Abrahamson described the seventh shuttle mission as nearly a perfect It was at about that time that engineers noticed the 3 APU was not receiving enough After some the astronauts restarted the unit and it worked Even flight director Tommy Holloway said it would be prudent to come because understand the reason forme early The Auxiliary Power Units control the shuttles on ascent and The ship can fly with one good Inside 20 Pope meets with Walesa before return to Rome Poland AP In a dramatic end to his Polish Pope John Paul II met with Solidarity leader Lech Walesa at a remote mountain resort and then headed back to leaving behind a message of hope and support for his troubled I wish and hope that good will again be triumphant over evil in the Polish This is my the pontiff said before boarding his jetliner and taking off for John Paul made no reference to his session with leader of the banned Solidarity A Walesa spokesman said the labor chief had returned to his home in the northern seaport of Gdansk after the audience with John Paul and would not speak with reporters before Hours the Polishborn pontiff held unscheduled talks with Polands military Communist Party chief Wojciech in a twohour meeting at Krakows Wawel Government spokesman Jerzy Urban told a news conference their talks marked deepening of cooperation between the state and the church and will contribute to peace in Poland and the Asked to evaluate the impact of the papal Urban I foresee a favorable political evolution stem ming from our I hope that the popes visit will speed up this During his eightday the pontiff had repeatedly expressed support for the Solidarity labor movement and criticized Jaruzelskis imposition of martial law During his homecoming Wednesday to his former tens of thousands of Solidarity supporters marched in the On the last day of his the pope left Krakow in a helicopter at mid About 25 minutes reporters saw three in cluding one with the papal land in a valley near the mountain resort of Zakopane the Polish Czechoslovakian The pope used to ski at in the Tatra mountains about 55 miles south Krakow when he was a prelate in the southern Polish Roadblocks stopped reporters from reaching the Chocholowska Valley during the popes meeting there with After four the papal helicopter flew John Paul back to Krakows Balice where he wasihonored in a departure ceremony attended by officials of the Com munist some of whom knelt and kissfcl the papal The flight back to aboard his Alitalia takes two Walesa spent the night in the Krakow his parish the Henryk Jankowski and was believed on his way to The helicopter carrying John carried four other Panciroli They were Cardinal Franciszek the pontiffs successor as Archbishop of the popes Polish Stanislaw and two old the Stanislaw professor at Lublin Catholic and the Adam from Krakows theological As the pope was driven to a parade ground for his helicopter tens of thousands of cheering Poles lined the motorcade They Polish church officials on Wed nesday had refused to say where the pope would receive arrived in Krakow after a trip from his home in the northern port city of Jaruzelski flew unannounced to this ancient city of kings in Poland to meet John who has sharply criticized Polands Com munist leaders and their imposition of martial law in a bid to crush Cash on hand Appraisal board eyes centralized collections ByOYANNEFRY Staff writer One central tax and one central collection The latter was not specified in the 1979 Peveto But Leroy chairman of the board for the Comal County Appraisal thinks thats probably what the drafter of the bill had in Board members agree it could save the community a lot of money and if it could be pulled The Comal County unlike some others in did not try to incorporate central collection into its initial Directors thought the task of con solidating tax rolls from 10 different and that of re appraising some residential and agricultural parcels of would provide more than enough work for the next two As it turned they didnt know how right they But Goodson has mentioned several times that hed like to see a central billing and collection office some I think then youd have an efficient he said in a March in Vice chairman George Erben thinks the time has come to look into Even if it doesnt save a whole lot up I think in the long run we can save the taxpayers some he said at Monday nights First of it would cut down on people and Erben it would streamline the I think we have three different computer services in use They blame each other when the rolls dont The appraisal districts notices and the Comal Independent School Districts tax bills are printed by the See New faces debut at CISD meeting Gay Comal In dependent School District new assistant superintendent made her debut in a big way Tuesday by presenting the districts Texas Ajsessment of Basic Skills TABS to a packed hope of f here representing building the teichers ancj the but J can tike no credit for these Watson I can say I view CISD as a quality where the teachers are committed to These test scores reflect Watson comes to CISC from Consgiidflted where she was assistant superintendent She began her career in Louisiana and Spring teaching drama and Some of past positions include elementary grade level and director of secondary With 21 years of seling and administrative she will be responsible for instructional Her Kuempel agenda due for new session iPMUNQ short session By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer Mark White has been asked to include other topics in Uie special session of the Legislature which he called this with the session only in its second full its too early to tell if the governor will add more items to the legislative which now consists of three said Edmund Kuempel I think hell White wait to see what the general feelings of the legislators Kuempel said prioy to his departure to the House floor Thursday Hell probably wait to see what happens on the second readings of bills in the House before he Kuempel said in a telephone in Currently White has limited the lession to three topics a brucellosis control bill continuation pf the Texas Employment Commission and a mJUJon provision for a new gym nasium at Texas Southern Ail three of these items were ex pected to come out for second readings in the House this said And if the Senate gets through with its consideration of the this special legislative session will hopefully be through by Kuempel Unless something else is brought another he White can put another issue on the sessions added In his weekly news conference White was quoted as saying that he would include ad ditional topics in the special session only if there is general agreement on the proposals between Bill Hobby and House Speaker Gib The governor is the only one1 whp can submit topics for consideration during a special For this which Kuempel predicted will last no longer than next White said he has been asked to extend the session to a broad list of other including nursing home childrens car crop welfare payments and school But still another topic might come up and that would he said Page Jl   

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