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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 16, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Inc Mitch womh BOX 45436 Dalles Local activities planned for Smokeout By OYANNE FRY Staff writer Its not too late to Adopt A Smoker for Thursdays Great American Lighters will go out all over the country at midnight as thousands of cigarette smokers try to quit for just one A number of New Braunfels organizations will celebrate the event with special ac The Adopt A Smoker campaign will be in operation at Canyon and New Braunfels high In Smokeout chairman Larry Hagman introduced wouldbe quitters to his Stop Smokin Wrist Snappin Red Rubber The band was to be worn around the and given a healthy snap every time the user thought about lighting up a This Hagman hopes each non smoker will adopt a friend who pledging to support him with understanding and perhaps a few strongarm tactics as he works his way through 24 smokeless New Braunfels High School will also be staging a Turkey Students will try to collect three cigarettes with each nosmoking and stomp them with their There will also be a prize drawing among the pledge with cold turkeys and Tshirts as the The Smithson Valley High School Future Homemakers will serve breakfast before school Thursday while showing a film on smoking and Club members will also be handing out suckers to and will give a free Tshirt to the student who comes closest to guessing the number of cigarette butts in a A video tape on smoking and can made by and Carey is available for viewing all week at all three high said Liz director of the Community Service New JiUrlr Braunfels HeraldZcitung WEDNESDAY November 25 cents New Texas 92 228 34 Pages3 Sections USPS 377880 Israeli jets pound bases Lebanon AP Israeli jets today blasted Bekaa Valley bases believed harboring Shiite Moslem and PLO guerrilla mutineers drove of Yasser Arafats fighters from the Baddawi refugee camp outside Tripoli in fierce handtohand Lebanese reporters said by nightfall there were only scattered pockets of resistance in the Palestine Liberation Organizations last Middle East accompanied by his chief military Khalil left his Tripoli headquarters in the presumably for another A Lebanese reporter said he could hear small arms fire coming from the camp but that artillery bombardment of Baddawi had presumably because the rebel forces and their Syrian backers did not want to fire on their own Before the mutineers breached the camps Syrian artillery units slammed shells into In a Syriansupplied rebel tank was firing on a 15story building near Arafats political headquarters in the Zahrieh Guerrillas loyal to chair man of the Palestine Liberation returned fire from the Baddawi northeast of the with multiple rocket They also used antiaircraft with their muzzles to fire on at tacking rebel From the hills above it appeared the camp was surrounded by rebels on all sides except for a See Page 4A TurkishCypriots form new nation Cyprus AP Troops were reported on alert on both sides of the GreekTurkish border and Greek Cypriot students demonstrated in Nicosia against the Turkish Cypriot declaration of in Military sources in who spoke on condition they not be iden said a number of military personnel have been placed on partial alert along the Turkish troops also were reported on alert on their side of the The Cyprus issue brought Greece and Turkey to the brink of war in after Turkish troops invaded the Mediterranean island following an Athensled coup that toppled the countrys Archbishop The declaration of announced angered the Greek Cypriot majority in the southern part of the wardivided About high school students poured into the streets today after authorities closed schools to let them Greek Cypriot leaders are seeking an emergency Security Council meeting to reverse the independence Authorities closed the only crossing point on the heavily fortified green line dividing the Greek and Turkish See Page 12A Duck waddle A Landa Park duck checks out one of the new signs the city has designed to warn motorists of the heavy volume of webfooted traffic in the Staff photo by John Senter The signs were unveiled at Mondays City Council Bar owners ponder next move The two bar owners that spoke in favor of latehours permits at City Council Monday said Tuesday that they werent surprised when the majority of the council voted the other We were not real pleased with But we were and we and the council voted 6 to 1 in favor of the earlier said John owner of the Crystal Although he appreciated being able to say his he I think that no matter what we it was not going to make any Dick Whitworth of Broncos countryandwestern bar They got their minds made We changed one he Donnie Seay was the only council member who voted against the or which would repeal a 1979 law permitting alcoholic beverage establishments to apply for 2 serving Whitworth and Rabon also said they arent giving up The ordinance must be read two more times before it can Rabon indicated that holders of latehours permits might organize some opposition before Weve got a meeting later today and weregoing I decide exactly what were going to he said Tuesday Mothers Against Drunk the group that first proposed repeal of the 2 plans to be there for the second Im satisfied that the except for Donnie is still in favor of said president John Well try to give them some more supporting evidence at the next Reynolds and another MADD member attended Mondays and sat quietly while the controversial ordinance was being I was glad to let those other people talk I want to hear whats on their Reynolds said At Rabons the council See Page 12A Trustees seek answers to CISD rapid growth Inside Edgar Willhelm firmly believes Comal ISO will double its student count by and he wants the district to be We have some We can pass a bond issue as soon as Willhelm We can use relocatable modular classrooms to meet the housing requirements until permanent housing is We can upgrade existing facilities as much as plan expansion of food service and transportation and buy more buses in the next two budget He also listed unacceptable alternatives of half year kindergarten or The bottom line is building capacity versus program Willhelm Program needs put even more of a cramp on our An average 750 squarefoot classroom of 2530 students is reduced in the special education program and requires more Growth will occur in CISD at different times in different The growth is not Willhelm An increase in students in grades 9 12 wiill occur without any factor of growth in the neit two There wiU be a decline in grades 6fl barring any outside while grades kingergarten5 will increase without any movement of students into the The use of relocatable modular classrooms is our best alternative to address the housing of he Help is already on the way in that with bids on four portable buildings due on The building trades class at Smithson Valley High School is also building two portable The buildings will be approximately 24 by 64 feet in diameter at an estimated cost of That is the minimum we can get by with next Willhelm has Smithson Valley High Mountain and Bulverde Elementary are over building Willhelm said the existing facilities subcommittee of the longrange planning committee will make more current information available in its report to the board in Bulverde resident Lucie Dowe also asked trustees to The more portable buildings you the more playground space you take the more restrooms you the more cafeteria space you Everyone agreed Dowes point was a good By DEBBIE DeLOACH Man arrested on Gonzales warrant A local man was arrested on River Road Tuesday in connection with a sealed indictment handed down in Gonzales County several weeks Donald was arrested at by Comal County Sheriffs investigator Gilbert on a Gonzales County He was brought before Justice of the Peace who did not set a Moses was picked up shortly thereafter by Gonzales County who took him to their own Moses indictment was one of 102 issued by a Gonzales County grand jury after a twoyear drug The warrant cited him for engaging in organised criminal It was a narcotics said Local authorities were advised of a Comal County See Page 12A Todays Weather Today will be and with a high near 70 and winds from the northeast at 510 miles per Tonight will be clear and with a low in the and variable Thursday will be fair and with winds from the southeast at 510 Sunset today will be at and sunrise Thursday at SV AllDistrict Picks Nine players from Smithson Valleys football team and three from the volleyball team were named to the District 263A alldistrict squads released this Page Crazy Carrizo Carrizo which faces New Braunfels in a football bidistrict playoff Friday has a twoway starter with an artifical leg and another who weighs too The Wildcats also have a 100 4A TV Jonas hearing nixed boa rd eyes 5 firms By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Comal ISO trustees werent very actionoriented Tuesday with only two formal motions in a four hour The board spent an hour and 30 minutes in executive and announced its refusal to grant a public hearing to former CISD security officer Lester who was ter minated The other agenda item that generated a formal motion was the setting of a special meeting 29 for an architectural firm Edgar Willhelm said Wed nesday the boards decision on request was based on previously stated The law says we dont have to give him a public so were going to let him take it through the court process hes already Jonas has filed a slander suit against a Bulverde couple for at least in connection with his CISD The architect workshop will begin at at the CISD Adminstration Of 16 architectural firms Willhelm narrowed the field down to which will be invited to make presentations at the Those firms are and Weymouth out of Houston in Dallas and three San CISD roundup Antonio firms and Marmon Mok Part and Bradley McChesney I looked at design siite cost estimates and follow through on construction management in narrowing the Willhelm And if the board doesnt like any of well find another five and start Policy discussion didnt any formal action from but they did ask Willhelm to explore the costs of personal business level to the Most Ive talked to indicate to me they want a twoday blanket to take for whatever Willhelm Well have to change our current policy somewhat because the state policy The state was illness or death in immediate Now it covers illness in immediate family and family emergencies defined as natural disorders and lifethreatening But the state hasnt defined what lifethreatening events are he Current CISD policy provides for See Page
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