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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 28, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                Itch le Friday scrimmages Details in Sports Football section features local teams Volleyball squads Deans place in tourneys in smrts Loefflers to be Speaker of the House By SANDRA JACKSON Staff writer Tom Loefflers political aspirations do not include the United States He has other The GOP congressman from Hunt told Comal County Republicans Friday night that he has set his sights on the Speakership of the House of My career will be in the House of Perhaps someday we will have the speakership that is my he said in an early evening Loeffler and his along with State Edmund Kuempel and his were special guests at a gathering of local supporters held at the home of Marian and Howard Sponsored by the Republican Party of Comal the hosts included members from the Republican Womens Clubs in New Canyon and Chairman of the party is Charles and vice chairman is Dona Many of his constituents have urged Loeffler to seek the Senate scat being vacated by retiring Senator John but Loeffler isnt Many people want to be in the but this one wants to serve in the the congressman lauding Tower as the father of the twoparty system in the South and Loeffler Tower has given us a legacy for which we are indebted to The year 1984 will be a very important one for the Republican told the local If we dont get another Republican and reelect President those things we have now will be The New Beginning will be We cant let Towers legacy slip Weve got to keep a Republican in that and weve got to keep Reagan as our he Who does Loeffler see winning Towers chair1 are a number of candidates who are Ron a Houston has already announced for the and he thinks other likely contenders may be Phil Gramm RCollege Station Anne state senator Walter and even exDallas Cowboy quarterback Roger Basically a fundraising the lawn party was the scene of entertainment by folksingers Phil and Donna of Austin and a session of barbershop quartet singing courtesy of local crooners Fred Joe Don Kennady and Brian Charlie Rose was emcee for the and auctioneer was who sold a pin used by the flags flown over the state and national a shirt autographed by Houston Oiler Karl as well as donated by local Regarding the situation in Kuempel If the governor called a special it could be some type of tax which he doesnt care he I believe we have to learn to live within our he said of New Braunfels HeraldZeltung SUNDAY August 1983 50 cents New Texas 171 92 Pages Sections USPS 377880 City wants federal judge to dismiss Henry lawsuit ByDYANNEFRY Staff writer Bob Henry and the City of New Braunfels spent a long day in court but didnt hear a ruling on Henrys request for an injunction against the citys noparking District Judge Garcia is still considering City Attorney John Chunns motion that Henrys entire lawsuit be dismissed from His decision on that will affect his decision on the preliminary Chunn Because if the suit is there wont be any need for an Henrys Cecil has asked that the city be enjoined from enforcing a or dinance passed in as well as a proposed ordinance which has yet to be The desired injunction would also prevent city inspectors from making unauthorized or unwarranted searches of Henrys properties while the case is pending and would prevent the city judge from hearing a case recently filed against Henry in Municipal The filed by residents of Bavarian Village Subdivision where Henry also owns are on the docket for Chunn says that if Garcia doesnt issue a ruling before and Perkins doesnt take some delaying hes going to go ahead and City Prosecutor Bruce Boyer is expected to disqualify himself from the case because of a con flict of His firm of Bock Boyer has represented Henry in the The local businessmans federal filed 9 in San claims that the City of New Braunfels has selectively enforced the 1981 no parking with a bias against patrons of Henrys It claims that the city sanitarian and fire marshall have conducted unauthorized searches in the and that the pending municipal court case is the product of a scheme of harrassment in stituted by the City Council and City Manager Chunn says the case doesnt belong in federal even if these allegations are In he doesnt think it involves any fundamental rights guaranteed by the Civil Rights Act of 1871 is not intended to provide a federal court action in every single even if there is a deprivation of liberty and I Henry has got a remedy in state See Page 16A New at Lake Dunlap The Lake Dunlap Area Fire Department dedicated its new fire station off Zipp Road Saturday and Edmund Kuempel was on hand to give a Texas flag Staff photo by Cindy Richardson department and its Henry The dedication included a 21 gun and a street dance and carnival were to the Pearce part of the Barry lumbers toward Texas CORPUS CHRISTI AP Residents along Texas central coast kept a wary eye toward the Gulf of Mexico Saturday night as tropical storm Barry picked up steam on its steady course triggering a hurricane watch from Port OConnor to classified as a tropical storm on strengthened despite weather officials predictions that conditions were to the By 8 Barry was reported to have winds up to 65 The National Hurricane Center said reports from an Air Force reconnaissance plane at 8 CDT showed Barrys center about 160 miles southeast of here and moving just north of due west at 15 A hurricane watch went into effect at Saturday from Port 75 miles north of to about 100 miles Weather service officials that the storm would make landfall Sunday somewhere along a mainly approximately 80mile area between Corpus Christi and Port Mansfield where Hurricane Allen hit without much damage in People on Padre Island and other islands off the central Texas coast were warned to stay close to access roads and small craft were urged to slay close to shore as the storms outer edge ap Police at Port Aransas on Mustang Island ordered nonresidents to Officials said the island would be cut off from the mainland if tides reached four See Page 16A by Cindy Richardson Tubers on the Guadalupe check out the overturned car near the second crossing Three injured as car plunges into Guadalupe By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A 1966 Chevrolet truck went swimming Saturday afternoon off the second crossing bridge on Rivet The onecar accident sent three Schertz men to the but tubers floating by hardly noticed the Except for the two tubers the truck barely missed in its swan Department of Public Safety trooper Tom Ratliff two were feeling pretty he Witnesses said the truck was traveling east on River Road when it failed to manuever the went out of control and dove into the Guadalupe I Us Jeffery T was treated for multiple lacerations and admitted to McKemu Memorial Hospital for a hospital spokeswoman Passenger David un derwent surgery to repair his and was also scheduled for the spokeswoman The other Manuel was treated and released for his minor The accident occurred about miles west of New Braunfels at about NBISD opens Monday Summer lasted four days longer in the New Braunfels Independent School District than it did across the Guadalupe but all good things must come to an Those big yellow buses will run Monday carrying an estimated students to their first day of New superintendent Charles says he expects enrollment to be but wont know how far up until the teachers take I know we have about 250 kids enrolled that were not there last said who replaced retiring superintendent in But we dont know how many noshows were going to have from kids that were already Pre registration took place last and Bradberry has no way of guessing how many families moved during the Some 90 of the newlyenrolled students will be attending New Braunfels High They will no doubt be delighted to find that the broken airconditioning system is now having been repaired late Friday NBISD teachers had two days of inservice training in sweltering and spent Friday on their SM Dream revisited Rally recalls Kings stirring 1963 speech WASHINGTON AP Declaring we still have a a quarter of a million black and white Americans rallied Saturday behind an antiReagan peace and freedom platform and called for reviving Martin Luther King vision for a just The huge crowd massed in 95degree tem peratures before the Lincoln where on the hot Wednesday afternoon of King appealed to the conscience of a nation during the biggest civil rights march in American That event proved to be a turning point in the struggle by blacks for social This time no one captivated the crowd the way King did that But chants of run went up when the Jesse the charismatic King lieutenant who is considering running for the Democratic presidential delivered his customary speech an inspirational oration that has become his I am somebody Jackson and those assembled before him began reciting the familiar words with him Respect Protect Never neglect If my mind can conceive it and my heart can believe I know I can achieve Down with dope Up with hope 1 am somebody As he has across the Jackson condemned the pace at which blacks are winning public office and exhorted black people to register to ved black people to register to He ended with arms thrust in the Vforvictory The day ended with messages from Kings widow and the recorded I Have a Dream speech delivered at the same spot 20 years earlier one of See Inside Todays Weather There is a 50 percent chance of tl increasing to 60 percent toMfM Slightly cooler days are vtffc highs near 90 Winds today vill the northeast at 15 to 20 miles per today was set for CROSSWORD DEAR DEATHS ENTERTAINMENT KALEIDOSCOPE PUBLIC RECORDS SPORTS   

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