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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas SUNDAY June SO cents 68 Sections New Braunfcls 126 Hush receives West Germany AP Hundreds of masked youths screaming slogans battled riot police and hurled bottles and paintfilled balloons at Vice President George Bushs motorcade Saturday during celebrations saluting GermanAmerican Bush go home the rioters They dented his damaged three squad windows of a bus carrying guests to a state luncheon and splattered black paint on several Authorities said about 100 people were injured and more than 150 arrested in the two cities Bush Two police were None of the motorcade travelers was Security was tight during the visit because an unexploded bomb was found Friday outside a firm in where Bushs jet landed and The biggest demonstration in volving more than antinuclear protesters here was completely Police Chief Ulrich Nord But about others many wealing black leather black masks and the garb of West Germanys anarchists threw gasoline bombs at who routed the rioters with About 200300 youths in similar garb later surged toward Bushs motor hurling pavement balloons filled with black paint and even rose bushes yanked from shrugged off the demon are entitled to do he said at his next stop to open a museum 30 miles northeast in where another protesters They couldnt do that in Red Square in Police detained 21 Bottrop protesters after about 100 tried to advance on the No injuries were Bush then flew by helicopter to Dusseldorf and flew aboard Air Force Two to the fourth stop of his eightnation European He arrived in the west Nor wegian town of Bergen late Snff photo by John Sfnttr Walker outlines the banks expansion plans Bank on the grow New Braunfels National plans massive expansion By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer By next spring the iOOOblock of North Walnut Avehtfe wont Wok the New Braunfels National which calls that block is planning to expand its facilities to four times the current Plans drawn by the banks architect Joel Reitzer and of San Antonio call for a square foot addition to the present Construction costs for the not including are estimated to be near Joel said The plan istto builda twostpry foot building adjacent to ourprescntpuildingwith ntonneeUngvf lobby of explained Herbert chairman of the Upon completion of the bank president Walker predicted that 1000 North Walnut will be an office and financial center un surpassed in Bank officials are aiming for a July 28 the banks anniversary ground date and completion of the project is estimated to be eight months after Renovation of the current facilities should take six to nine Walker saitl v The financialgrowth5 has than the ex pectations of which is one reason1 for the expansion New Braunfels National first opened for capitalized for on July Now not quite eight years the bank has total assets in excess of f 43 We appreciate the tremendous See Page 1ZA PEC gets rate hike approval By SANDRA JACKSON Staff writer The Pedernales Electric Cooperative won a bid for an interim rate request but not before it took its battle with the Public Utility Commission PUC all the way to district Judge Charles Matthew of the 201st State District Court in Austin granted a temporary restraining order allowing the cooperative to im plement its interim rate despite the PUCs April 1 denial of the rate This definitely shows that the courts are willing to look hard at rulings of state regulatory said Bill spokesman for the The temporary rate increase the result of a PUC ruling last year that the utility company could no longer pass on the Lower Colorado River Authoritys excess energy charge to its PUC members agreed to the temporary increase on March but changed their minds and denied the request on Because the PUC only has jurisdiction outside city this rate structure caused different rates for PEC members who do not live in the 13 cities within the PEC service At a special meeting of the PEC June 9r the board ruled that rates in cities be lowered to match those jn unincorporated equalizing rates until the matter of a rate increase could be The PEC has been operating in a negative cash flow situation since April Hearings for a new per manent rate structure begin Cunningham said the judge was Sec Page 12A CJity Council to consider restricting local wreckers By DYANNE FRY Staff writer Ah ordinance to prevent ambulance chasing by auto wrecker services will be considered by City Council Monday The slated for a first reading at in the council would make it illegal for a wrecker to follow an emergency vehicle on its way to answer a unless that wrecker was summoned by a law enforcement It also forbids unauthorized wreckers to park on a public rigntHQfway near the scene of Braunfels has 13 registered wrecker said City Manager Thats a lot for a town this Ap competition has been stiff enough to spawn some complaints at the Police Both the police and the Comal County Sheriffs Department use a weekly rotation schedule for calling tow In said county deputy Victor they use the same 13company taking the top two names each Monday One gets all the calls from the and the other from the At the end of the they go to the bottom of the So every wrecker gets duty about every seventh But Delashmutt said there was nothing specific in city regulations to prevent their hanging around accident scenes in the lean weeks hoping to pick up a little extra Hed like to correct cutting down on the possibility of wreckers actually getting in the way of lifesavlng efforts Also on Mondays agenda Is a report from City Attorney John Chunn on the status of the citys district election now being reviewed by the Department of Delashmutt said he didnt know If Chunn would have to Council will also consider advertising for bids to reroof the central fire and to build extra parking spaces along Elizabeth Avenue in Landa Park v prison no piece of Houston man late HOUSTON AP It has teen a hard but Louis Lara has learned his Ura thought he was too independent to report to a probation officer for five years alter being caught with nine He decided hed rather go to prison than face unemployment and a faltering than four months behind bars have changed I thought it WM fo a of told Heutton But anything Mflcmwly nn unemployed buUdom now U wrvii a twoywr untsncj in the Teww Condons Darrington Unit A wart ura Into ttw vtsiUng Ura Wto through t win and fete visitor another I thought it would be like being in a couny but Ive learned a lot of things In here that will stop me from doing things wrong on the out Ura said you have to be in here to realize what the situation to feel the pressures of living In prison You got to watch out for yourself In You cant associate with just Youve got to Keep mostly to yourself and keep your nose he Ura worked on the prison like most new until suffering some health He bit n te wwther but intending l gtt tita school squjvalencv rut of tN Ura he reads old Positive approach touted by Boatner for CISD problems UnW nothing al 4ay going frwn yow bjdjrfljjm U yew 1MM ht The only tiroi you mm air is when you go watts its Suf photo ft Jgbn Stnttr ThisfsJune young swimmers try to keep the chill off Saturday morning as a colcl from brought rain cJQwri on swimmers at 3 meet in Uncja The latest rain has added another damp chapter to wet June By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A cloud of controversy has stalled over the Comal Independent School District since Concerned Tax payers wejrit public on May Allegations many personal in nature Wjere dished and thrown The school board responded by naming an advisory currently hard at work to dissolve the somewhattense There Vare those who dont acknowledge the trouble at There are others who cant see anything but the andthen there are those who are trying to work things school board trustee David To understand the current you have to go back three or four years Our administrative staff was very assistant and not one of them directed at Boatner said during an interview in San Antonio CISD was behind the national norm In because support was not given to and the national norm isnt a lot to take pride A group of patrons concerned over CISDs poor educational quality sprung up in Bulverde and went before the board looking for They didnt see a lot of movement on the board in the directions they but the Key was there were never any personal attacks made on They decided to change things by electing board members they believed would make those changes I was one of those board Boatner The rookie trustee soon found out the superintendent at that James Richardson was all excuses and no actionAnd thats why we changed the Richardsons contract was bought and the search was on for a new Boatner was co chairman of the selection looking for someone with an expertise in personnel budget and bond 1 Edgar Willhelm quickly came into the Boatner as having all those Willhelm quickly recommended the board evaluate every policy for and work out curriculum goals through policy Heres where we assumed too We said to Were doing If people are theyll come to the Boatner We should have communicated If we the misunderstandings would have been The lack of communication caused or miscon as Boatner put about new Take teachers wearing blue board felt like the teacher Is a role and should wear professional That doesnt mean suits every but we felt that jeans are not totally Or how about the elimination of extracurricular activities Id have to leave home If I tried to do away with Boatner Every policy has been adopted to strengthen instruction but still trying to minimise the effect on extra Or how about the accusation that personal leave Isnt personal anymore objective is to Keep the teacher in the because a substitute loses the Personal leave was never meant to be on the whim of the but
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