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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 2, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                16 r op 1nc tf New Braunfels Herald Ktw Texas 218 34 Sections WEDNESDAY November 25 cents DSPS 377880 Trooper appeals suspension By DEBBIE OeLOACH Staff writer Highway patrolman Robert formerly stationed in Comal has put on his boxing gloves again to challenge the Department of Public His attorney Harris Butler said Wednesday that his client has initiated an appeal process through DPS channels to fight his 18 suspension without This is an internal Butler will go before a DPS grievance board within the next I would the attorney Butlers first DPS fight was a five day hearing in 207th District Court to challenge his 21 transfer to Presiding judge Robert Pfeuffer denied an injunction to block the and Butler was in structed to report to Charles Gunn in Corpus Christi on He didnt show at my Butler As a matter of I sent a telegram to the Attorney Generals Office stating I had advised him not to comply with the transfer Butler was subsequently suspended without pay on 18 for in DPS spokesman David Wells The fiveday hearing served to allow Judge Pfeuffer to either extend or dissolve a temporary restraining order on the Rockport Even though Pfeuffer denied a temporary his ruling did not affect Butlers civil suit pending against the DPS New Braunfels James Holder and DPS Director James We havent decided1 on a firm appeal of that one Im still attorney Butler If we do I suppose the Court of Civil Appeals in San Antonio would decide the Butler claims in his suit that his transfer was a retaliation measure for his reporting violations of law in good faith to appropriate law enforcement DPS has denied that labeling the transfer for the good of the Sausage queen Staff photo by John Senter Pam a 1980 graduate of New Braunfels High checks out some of the sausagemaking equipment at the annual Heritage Exhibit in the Civic Kopplin is Miss Loverwurst for the 1983 and she and Der Grosse Opa John Doster will preside over the 10day festival as ministers of good The salute to the sausage opens Cuban diplomats wont leave Grenada POINT Grenada AP Soviet and Libyan diplomats were ordered to leave Grenada by but an official in Havana says Cubas delegation will stay put until Cubans captured or wounded during the invasion are About 70 of the 600 Cuban prisoners worked Tuesday on construction of a detention camp to house them until they are sent back to By after 36 hours prisoners moved into the complex of 30 tents and a concrete building at Point The complex is near an airport many of the Cubans were helping build before the United States invaded the Caribbean island to oust a proCuban regime that seized power in a military coup two weeks Shortly before a nightly curfew Bob a Army said there had been no reports of any shots fired on Grenada But 17 Grenadian troops were reported to have surrendered to the 292 Marines who took a tiny island dependency of and five other Grenadian soldiers were captured in the northern part of Cubas deputy foreign Ricardo said the expulsion order from Governor General Paul Scoon of Grenada will only be carried out by force and by evidently acting under instructions by the Related Pages ordered the Cuban diplomatic personnel on Grenada to leave the country in Alarcon adding that the message was received before noon Libya and the Soviet Union did not publicly comment on the International Red Cross officials said they hoped 35 wounded and 15 ill Cuban prisoners would be airlifted today or Thursday to where a Swiss jet waited to take them Two one with a spinal injury and the other with a fractured have been admitted to a hospital in San Puerto where 44 American servicemen and one Grenadian have also been treated for injuries in the The Cuban prisoners working on their new prison were fast and theyve done a super said John Ramey of the Army 82nd Airbornes 307th Engineer As they worked on the new en some Cubans smiled and waved at Natives of 20 miles north of said they had been awaiting the Marines since invasion of the main island Checking the blueprints NBISD board gets peek at new school By DORIAN MARTIN Staff writer An architects sketch was the next best thing to being there as New Braunfels ISO trustees viewed preliminary drawings for the new elementary school The onelevel elementary school will be built on a 22acre tract at the corner of Old McQueeney Road and County Line It will be built with from the million bond package approved by voters in been planned arottnd the input of the NBISD Superintendent Charles Bradberry Although not everybody may like everything about this every item in this building is a calculation of everything everybody has asked he He hopes to put the schools construction up for bids by The sketch included plans for 24 cafeteria seperate parking lots for teachers and conference soundproof speech teachers workroom and multipurpose The schools foundation is one major cost the architect didnt According to the sites weak soil could cause the pier foundation to cost more than what was originally This type of foundation is being used in other district assistant superintendent Lonnie Curtis Another area of concern is The district is con sidering changing the proposed metal roof to fiberglass Cost will be the main consideration in the Bradberry The compositions cost is less than metals projected life will be 40 years while composition will last 2530 f interior also could cause financial The big problem I it so far is the case Herb Grume of Jessen and Associates Noting the school has more bookcases requested than Grume suggested not putting all the bookcases in at The interior also will include central zone air conditioning which will be fuel efficient and pretty Grume Many classrooms will include fourfoot windows and much of the school will have One classroom will be wired for future computer See Page 16A Citys zoning may be outdated in some areas By PATRICIA YZNAGAKING Wire editor While the Planning and Zoning Commission discussed rezoning a tract of land on Loop 337 and Hanz Drive for a veterinary the subject of outdated zoning regulations came The commission voted to recommend rezoning the acre tract from Cl Local Business District and R2 Single Family arid Two Family District to C3 Commercial District with restrictions only for a veterinary Zoning in the area could drop to a Cl in case the veterinary clinic was not Planning and Zoning Commission Executive Secretary Debra Goodwin said the com mission had not received any negative response from adjacent property owners to the propsed Local Realtor Jack representing developer Howard said veterinarian Larry Waldrip wanted to buy the property for a veterinary Ohlrich also said he was surprised that zoning regulations along the loop were so I was absolutely amazed to find that you couldnt even build a motel on Loop Olrich told the who has other property in the said he didnt think the area was suitable for residential considering that there was a fire station on Hanz Commission member David agreed that the zoning regulations were probably I think we have to begin looking at Loop 337 as Loop in San with respect to zoning David I think that our zoning regulations need to be updated with the he For right I dont have any objections to turning this thing into a David noted that no one was at the hearing to object to the proposed Commission member John Dierksen said he was uneasy about rezoning the tract to a C3 He said he had problems with com mercial zoning butted up against strict residential He said he would rather see the tract rezoned to a Cl with special permits and variances for Waldrip said he had no problem with the I dont think a special permit matters at I think thats just Waldrip Chairman David Hartmann said that this case and previous cases indicated that there was a need change zoning rules in the Dierksen but added that zoning changes would require careful That warm glow Radioactive substance found in trunk of car Radioactive material discovered in the trunk of a car Tuesday night has been picked up by a Texas Department of Health official for A container identical to a syringe was found about 7 at a Bulverde residence off Smithson Valley Road in the trunk of a Sheriffs Patrol Brian John and Deputy Roger Nolte responded to the distress The container had a serial number on and the lady from the of Health said that meant a danger existed at one Nolte said But she said the small radioactive reading present now meant the danger was except maybe if someone had held it in their hand for a week or Before the Department of Health came to the Nolte said that Randolph Air Force Base had refused to pick up the They gave us the and then said the container had to have Government on it before they would come out and get Thats pretty he Civil Defense was also contacted and Ernie Hassold used a Geiger counter to See Page Former residents indicted on drug charges By DAVID KING Staff writer Three Blanco County residents arrested in connection with a raid on a metham phetamineproducing laboratory were indicted Tuesday in San Judy Lee Van Earl Leon Van and Loretta were arrested Thursday and charged with manufacture of a controlled poMMiion of controlled substance with intent to distribute and conspiracy to possess a controlled substance with intent to Their indictments were handed down by a federal grand jury said Walter special agent with the Drug Enforcement Agency of the Depart ment of Pardaen is the agent in charge of the which has been under investigation since All three of the suspects were former residents of Comal and they were suspected of manufacturing metham phetamines in the northern part of the county before moving to Blanco County in Pardaen In officers of the DEA and the Blanco County Sheriffs Department executed a federal search warrant on a ministorage warehouse in Blanco The agent said the warehouse contained chemicals and glassware similar to those siezed when agents raided the laboratory in rural Blanco The case is still under and more arrests are possible in the near Pardaen Inside Wurstfest starts Friday Todays Weather Comal County skies will be partly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of Skies will be fair early becoming cloudy later and v staying that way through CLASSIFIED 21 DEAR ABRY DEATHS ENTERTAINMENT KAUEDQSCOPE 14J OPINIONS 1 1 i 1 1 1 i i i 1 1 i SPORTS STOCKS 1IA TV M IA NBISD repairs redistricting plan New Braunfels ISD trustees unanimously ap proved the rewording of boundary descriptions in the 52 single member district plan in Tuesdays special According to attorney Jack there were errors in the legal descriptions for the Borchers said two people drove the district according to the boundaries and found the descriptions did not These were minor discrepancies which wont affect district he The lawsuit filed against the NBISD concerning redistricting will continue to said Judith staff attorney for the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational The suit has not been Were still preparing for SandersCastro said Wed SandersCastro was not sure when the case would come to We havent had any kind of she In action during NBISDs regular study session trustees learned the MALDEF lawsuit so far has cost Bradberry said the lawsuit could cost ten times that amount if the judicial process goes full DORIAN MARTIN   

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