New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 4, 1983

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 04, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 4, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Schaefer says growth must be managed Gerald Schaefer Kditors note Mere is our second report on the August 13 city Incumbent Gerald Schaefer is being opposed by Betty lou Rushing in the race for the newlycreated City Council District ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer Gerald Jerry Schaefer thinks New Braunfels has some growth management problems that will have to be solved in the immediate After six years on the City he thinks he has the working knowledge to make wise Your first year is like a training said A council candidate may have some good he but hes found that it takes some time on the hot seat to understand how municipal law works what can be done and what and District2 closeup Schaefer was first elected in and has served as mayor pro tern for the past two Hes lived in New Braunfels all his and hes been on the council long enough to know that some questions have no easy See Page 14 Rushing says town is at crossroads Betty Lou Rushing Like the council member shes attempting to Betty Rushing is concerned with managing growth in New And she has some positive ideas on how to do New Braunfcls is at a turning point right said the 60yearold retired who is running against Mayor 1ro Gerald Schaefer in District We can either be a tacky tourist community where the gas is a loaf of bread is and our property values are being driven we can exert controls and have a steady growth for the benefit of City Council has no direct control over the price of bread and motor But it can certainv decide how to spend the citys money And Hushing thinks those decisions should be made with the underlying assumption that local folks come first District 2 closeup I think we must pay attention to tinpeople who have spent thtir lives built the reputation of New she said Rushing thinks thiil in tin ordinary citizen loo often takes a back seat to the SetRUSH Page 14 New Braunfels New Texas HeraldZeituno 154 14 Pages THURSDAY August 1983 25 cents USPS 377880 Leave Chad Russia warns Chad APi advisers are teaching government soldiers how to destroy attacking Libyan jets with heatseeking Redeye but the Soviet Union is warning Washington not to become embroiled in the Chad The three advisers from Fort and 0 shoulderfired missiles arrived Wednesday to help President Hissene men in the fight with Libyanbacked At the same two radar spy planes flew to Egypt ahead of schedule to monitor the Libyan air forces role in the desert Pen tagon sources The planes will join annual maneuvers later this Habre claims the Libyans have been bombing the region around the northern oasis town of since his forces retook it from former President Goukouni Oueddeis in surgents last Libya denies the The Chadian government does not have an air force and pleaded for anti aircraft weapons to shoot down the attack officials in Washington said the advisers would return home in a few days after showing Habres men how to shoot the shoulderfired which track their targets with heat The Soviet Union plunged into the propaganda exchange after the demanding the United States stop supporting Habre claiming actions in Chad are threatening peace and international France also has missiles to help but refused his pleas for warplanes and troops to battle the a lan dlocked former French has been wracked by civil war for 18 Officials and witnesses claim hundreds have been killed and wounded by the FayaLargeau but reporters have been unable to verify the casualty Pentagon sources said the Navy carrier Eisenhower remained deployed in the Mediterranean near the Gulf of Sidra despite IJbyan warnings that its air force would sink the warship if Unentered the 300mile wide of by Libya on three Libya claims it owns the Suspects hurt while fleeing By PATRICIA YZNAGA KING Wire editor A 4mile highspeed chase in the Canyon Ixike area last night landed two teenagers in McKenna Memorial The chase began about when two Department of Public Safety troopers driving south on FM spotted a late model vehicle emerging from the entrance of the Woodlands Subdivision in an erratic DPS Trooper Ron McCoy The vehicle was driven by a youth from San Antonio whose family had a home in the McCoy The passenger was a girl about 16 years he McCoy said he and his DPS Trooper Tommy saw the vehicle spinning at the subdivision and began to follow McCoy said his vehicle had all lights and sirens on during the The youth lost control of his car three times during the McCoy McCoy said vehicle was traveling at speeds more than 100 miles per The car was traveling so fast you could just see the sparks McCoy When wed pull hed take off At one point the youth lost control of his He stopped in the grass off See Page 14 The Good Earth Five yearold Jesse Hinojosa may never have heaid oi author Pearl Buck or her most famous but he certain1 v mows a lot more about earth as he works in his familys garden at 631 Santa His mother says he enjoys Changing schools McWilliams transfers son to wont run again By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Carey McWilliams Children of former Comal 1SD trustee Judy DeVillez and the son of present trustee Carey McWilliams will attend school in New Braunfels Independent School District this The transfers of Mark Alan Mc and Martina and Jennifer were approved by New Braunfels ISO trustees Tuesday Mark and Jennifer will be and Martina a junior at New Braunfels High I This isnt anything negative about C1SD or Canyon High said Carey McWilliams The request was based on a personal thing with my Its our intention to move into where we can have our house and our horses in one I wanted to give Mark something Continuity is important in high This isnt the first time Ive done he I transferred Mark out of C1SD to the San Marcos where he was class president and McWilliams will enter seventh grade at Canyon Middle School in I think thats just as that it be said I still have a child in Mc Williams And if we do I may have to go to the CISD board and ask if she can finish out school at Canyon who was on the CIS board until the April I transferred my two girls because 1 feel NBISD has more flexible and may have better college preparatory CISD has these things to a but 1 think NBISD is more Transferring his son to NBISD doesnt mean McWilliams cant be on the CISD school but moving outside the district is a different thats To be on the school you have to be a resident of that school McWilliams So if we moved before my term is up in April of Id McWilliams added he has no in tentions of running for the CISD school board even if he doesnt move into McWilliams isnt the only current school board member with children in school outside Trustee David Boatner said his son will start Bulverde Baptist School in Sep Boatner also has a daughter entering the seventh grade at Bulverde Middle and a son wholl be a freshman at Smithson Valley High TEA report on visit to CISD in limbo State Commissioner of Education Haymon liynuin apparently has written his based on a July 13 factfinding mission about Comal ISO by two Texas Education Agency of But no one not even CISD Edgar Willhelm knows whats in that That reports contents are also unknown to Victor ad ministrative assistant to I was one of the two people who came to CISD that We compiled one and I know what my report but I dont know what Bynums report Krejci My report was done and doesnt become public information until Bynum makes his report Attempts by the Herald Zeitung to contact Bynum have been un successful since Ive had the same and I work right across the hall from Krejci adding Bynum had been extremely busy with textbook hearings and the Koss Perot charged by Mark White to look into the states quality of A local radio station report said Bynum has given CISD officials about two weeks to respond to the TEA officials I can see where youd be concerned about If the superintendent doesnt have a he cant be expected to respond especially in two Krejci I havent received any com munication from the Commissioner written or otherwise on TEAs Willhelm said Youre telling me theres one is the first Ive heard about any Krejci wouldnt reveal specifics of his but he did mention its My report was geared to the two board members interrupting the Canyon High School final All the other stuff and all ties he The incident Krejci referred to involved CISD trustees Carey Mc Williams and Karen and their alleged interruption of an Advanced English III final exam on May To class teacher Vicki theres no doubt her exam was The two board members have publicly stated they thought the exam was and they had the school principals permission to enter the Canyon principal Iarry Moehnke has also said he understood the exam was students in that class wrote a letter to the Mailbag column of the Herald Zeituny stating the first thing McWilliams said when he entered the classroom was to apologize tor interrupting their test DEBBIE DtiLOACH Hencshel touts pay for police Garden Ridge Mayor Paul Davis has three new men willing to serve on the citys allvolunteer police And Councilmember David Hencshel is starting to wonder how long a volunteer force can keep order in the He aired his feelings before a less thanenthusiasti City Council on Wednesday The community right now is halfway in Its too small to support fulltime public but too large for complete reliance on said Henc He wasnt referring just to police Since its incorporation in Garden Kidge has gotten by with volunteer building animal wardens and council Boy iiiuw the grass in the park and trim weeds around street times are City Secretary Millie who resigned last earned a pittance for her parttime And council realized several years ago that citizens potholepatching parties wouldnt keep the streets together indefinitely and started putting major contract jobs in the annual Hencshel the city is going to have to face up to the idea of a lulltime paid police And 1 feel that right now is the tune we have to do he added Ik emphasized thai he wasnt criticizing the work of volunteer Chief Walter Pardaeri and the davtime See Page 14 Inside Todays Weather It will be cloudy to partly cloudy staying partly cloudy tonight and Friday Probability of thun dershowers is percent and 2d percent Winds will be from the southeast at 510 mph through Friday Sunset will be at and sunrise Friday will be at Freed Hostages A man who held three persons hostage in a courtroom in Chicago released them without harm after an eighthour law en forcement officials there said the man is believed to be a government worker who had been Page 3 What Future No Horoscope The horoscope for 5 will not be in todays edition because of space It will be in Fridays CLASSIFIED CROSSWORD DEAR ABBY DEATHS KALEIDOSCOPE SCRAPBOOK STOCKS 1013 9 9 8 2 8 7 6i 2 2 ;