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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels Ntw Texas 160 20 Pages 2 Sections FRIDAY August 25 cants USPS 377880 Voters to decide City Council races Residents of New Braunfels voting districts 1 and 2 will elect one council member apiece on and each district has two candidates to choose Norman Kraft and Jose Valdemar Espinoza are competing for the District 1 Residents of this area will vote at Lone Star Elementary 144 Patricio Hernandez will be the election In District Betty Lou Rushing opposes Mayor Pro Tern Gerald District 2 votes at the First United Methodist 572 San Antonio with Clinton Ludwig as presiding Polls will be open from 7 to 7 If youre not sure which district you live refer to the map in Wednesdays HeraldZeitung or the list of streets which appeared in Thursdays That list contained two Guenther which lies partly in one district and partly in divides at the South 600 From 600 on evennumbered houses will be in District 1 and oddnumbered houses will be in District All North and South addresses in the 500s or lower will be in District City Hall reports that Lou Ann in See Page 12A Polling places District 1 Lone Star Elementary School 144 North Hidalgo District 2 First United Methodist Church 572 West San Antonio Geronimo Navarro High School Highway 123 at Link Road Henry wants from city Resort owner also seeks end to noparking areas m Bob Henry ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer A local resort owner is seeking damages from the City of New for alleged selective en forcement of a city Cecil attorney for Robert Henry and Bad Schloss doing business as the said Friday that he would rather not discuss the details of the case until all defendants have been served a The case was filed Tuesday in District Court at San The defendants include the City of New all seven members of the City Council and City Manager The issues are the alleged selective enforcement of a law prohibiting weekend parking along Liberty a scheme of harrassment which Henry claims the council and Delashmutt have instituted in response to his com plaints about the parking Henrys complaint includes a copy of Ordinance which forbids weekend and holiday parking on portions of Liberty and Elizabeth Fredericksburg Road and Torrey whose Schiitterbahn and Landa Resort front on charges that the city has chosen to put up noparking signs and enforce the ordinance in some of these areas the ones in his He further claims that other businesses in the vicinity have been granted and allowed to put up patron parking signs in violation of the Bain declined to say which businesses he was referring until all defendants have been The suit sets forth the claim that other recent differences between Henry and the which include Lin warranted searches of Plaintiffs businesses and unsubstantiated ac cusations by the City Health In City Building Inspector and the City Fire are the result of harrassment brought on by Henrys attempts to discuss his no parking grievances with the The complaint refers to two com plaints filed in Municipal Henry is actually facing five Municipal Court brought to the citys attention by residents who live nowhere near the The resort owner also has some land See Page KA 10 killed as protest crushed Chile AP Police and soldiers machinegunned and teargassed people in their homes and clubbed marchers on the streets to smash an antigovernment protest that reportedly left at least 10 people 100 wounded and 800 It was the bloodiest repression of opponents since the military regime came to power 10 years Riot squads roamed the streets of Santiago and the port city of Valparaiso this enforcing a dusktodawn curfew decreed by President Augusto Pinochet to quell the fourth monthly day of national protest organized by op position political labor leaders and Hes going to hundreds of university students running through Santiago streets after the curfew was announced at midday Police routed them with dogs and tear Witnesses said some police hurled rocks and fired teargas grenades through windows of homes where people obeying the curfew banged on empty pots and pans to protest Pinochets authoritarian rule and the poor state of the By machinegun bursts and the clanging pots combined in a thunderous din heard throughout this city of 4 where hundreds of youths trom slum districts defied the They lobbed rocks and gar bage at police and erected barricades of flaming car tires soaked in Most of the 800 arrested were street The killings and arrests marked the bloodiest violence in the series of monthly oneday begun in See Page 12A Senter Sailinalong A sailboat glides along Canyon Lake in the afternoon The idke will be a pleasant place to be as the forecast is the same ol broken record for Texas in August The sun disappear as there is a 30 percent chance of ihundershowers Rec Center just tip of Maxwells iceberg Keith Maxwell By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer He may be called a recreation But what Keith Maxwell does is promote recreation and leisuretime He arrived in New Braunfels July and has been touching base with all organizations and associations related with Im not finished with that project Maxwell said But so everyones been very and they all want to While visions of tricity leagues with Seguin and San Marcos dance in Maxwells hes got two basic immediate Im here to educate the citizens of New Braunfels on what municipal recreation is all Recreation doesnt have to be a bat and lights on a It can be a domino indoor board You outoftowners come into the Landa Recreation I and theyve been exposed to municipal recreation in other They know what its all and eventually well get that same message across he But Maxwells no Hes also aware a lot of eyes are on the Rec taken over by the city on The rec center is just part of my but probably the most important part right 1 have the feeling that a lot of people here think the centers just for But 1 want everybody old and young to use Parks Director Court Thieleman said usage is already up since the citys Weve got an average of 30 people per clay using the center excluding the instructional Thats roughly three quarters of the people who come in this and whod ever think of closing us down Maxwell broke down the centers current usage like this Hours are from 18 Monday through Out of the average 30 half are using the These people are bodv who come here instead of driving to San The other 15 or so play basketball and solo and get a good workout that way We have young people who come in between 15 and play table And we have a jazzercistclass of between 17 25 people three nights a And thats basically what the Recreation Center has to offer right Theres even a tabe tennis tournament inviting those from age 12 and under to 55 and over to The centers interior is due for some Theres no insulation in that buildings roof so were to put some and reduce the temperature in the building by about 10 Thieleman We also plan some renovation to the centers back including a rail of rough Well also be putting in some womens showers and dressing room areas All this can be done at minimal and will improve the centers insides he Both men see the Rec Center becoming a central location for municipal Its already in Thieleman People come in and look on the bulletin board to see whos playing See Page 12A Drop in food prices keeps inflation to small July increase WASHINGTON AP Wholesale rose a minuscule percent in July as the cost of food fell for the third straight month and the summera energy price gains the government reported For the first seven months of the wholesale prices fell at an annual rate of fueling economists predic tions for the full inflation at the wholesale level could be the smallest in two last months tiny gains were largely the product of a percent drop in food prices end percent gain in energy fell sharply for a trend eipeded to continue through years end then reverse for vegetables and for Natural gas and heating oil prices Gasoline prices rose only moderately after surginng in the two previous wholesale prices for the year ending in July rose just percent the smallest 12month gain in 15 Since July energy pricee have tumbled percent and food prices have risen just the bright price picture has been widely attributed to the long 1M142 recession and the worldwide oil glut that drove down gasoline and fuel oil Food prices have also been but this summers scorching heat wave has devastated much of the nations corn now projected to be the down 38 percent from last That is expected to be good news for consumers in the short run as farmers liquidate their herds rather than pay skyrocketing feed Experts that as the liquidation meat prices may rise significantly next in todays the Iabor Department said beef and veal prices fell percent in July and pork prices tum bled Poultry prices were down 2 The report said prices fell percent for vegetables and percent for See Page 1ZA Todays It will be partly cloudy and hot today and with a 30 percent chance of afternoon Winds will be from the southeast at 1015 Sunset will be at and sunrise Saturday will be at 6 57 a m Old Timers The latest Census figures indicate that the population was whole is older and that the numerical superiority of women has increased Summer All the Comaltex Panthers needed to cKnch the regularseason title in the Summer RisJrrrheJ League was a victory over Jeeaes Discount Gas Thursday Comaltex got it without taking a 1A Odd Grammar Houston Astros pitcher Mike Scott was eo far off early in Thursdays game with San Diego that he couldnt even find a word for But he streighteaed out and led the Astros to a 51 vic awfe CLASSIFIED COMICS CROSSWORD DEAR ABB Y DEATHS ENTERTAINMENT HOROSCOPE It OPINIONS RELIGIOUS FOCUS SPORTS STOCKS TV LISTINQi WEATHER tA W   

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