New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 16, 1983, Page 4

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November 16, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 16, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 4A New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Wednesday, November 16,1983Booster club request prompts CISD discussion By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer A request from the Canyon High School Athletic Booster Club to build a storage building raised some tempers at the Comal ISD board meeting Tuesday. The need for such a building was evident to all trustees present (Erwin Lehmann was absent). But that’s where the agreement stopped, and the argument started. The club’s request had set the approximate size of the building at 40 by 50 feet, to be located near the concession stand at Cougar Stadium. Cost was also estimated at $30,000. "I feel we owe them the obligation to explore this further,” Supt. Edgar Willhelm said. ‘‘But I think any construction needs to be done within the constraints of future growth in our area. “I don’t want a building here, and a building there, but I do want the authority to work with them,” he added. Trustees gave Willhelm that authority without a formal motion, but not before having their say. ‘‘I don’t feel good about extending a helping hand and getting chastised for it later like with the stadium lights,” David Boatner said. “I’m not questioning the need, just the manner they handled it last time.” His remark concerned a similar financial arrangement between the board and the Booster Club to pay for stadium lights. 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Mark White announced the reappointment today of Hobert Uhr of New Braunfels to the Commission on Jail Standards for a term extending to Jan. 31,1989 Uhr, 73, was district manager for Entex in San Antonio for 30 years. He is a graduate of Texas AAM University. ★ Mideast Continued from Page 1A raid. sector at the south and southeast, which was where fighting with artillery, rocket-propelled grenades and small arms was focused at noon today. In Beirut, a hand grenade was hurled at a U S Marine position but no one was injured Outside the city, Druse and Christian militias fought with artillery and rockets. State and privately owned radio stations in Beirut said the Israeli jet attacks were centered on two camps in the Bekaa Valley, about 33 miles east of Beirut and three miles from S)na, used by Shiite Moslem extremists loyal to Iranian ruler Ayatollah Kuhollah Khomeini The broadcasts said ambulances rushed dozens of victims from the two camps to hospitals in the ancient town of Baalbek No specific figures were given. One radio report said that “several” Iranian Islamic Revolutionary guards were among tile victims and that fire engines were battling the blaze in the burning - some three hours after the The ONLY Rent-to-Own TV With 4 YEAR Warranty 25-Inch Diag. COLOR TV From 14 Week •No Deposit •No Delivery Charge •No Creditors Checked 'Per by Week or Month •No Long Term Obligation Curtis Mattes HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER^ 634 S. Walnut* gg* *629-3400    | symbolic giant check, “they said thank you, then chastised us for not doing it sooner,” Boatner added. “I think if the superintendent can see the need, then the offer is made in good faith,” David Way said. “Let’s go at it that way.” “I don’t want to do anything to inhibit these people,” Jim Hector said. “It’s amazing the numbers of people in this district who are saying, ‘We don’t want to wait for the long-range planning committee or a bond issue. We can do this much now’.” “We have a process underway (the long-range planning committee) looking at this. I think we should let it complete itself, so we don’t supercede our efforts,” Board President Kenneth Wunderlich said. In locating the building near the concession stand, the Booster Club saw the structure meeting dual storage needs. Trustee Carey McWilliams was concerned about shoulder pads and other football equipment being that far out of the way. “Let me clarify what would be stored out there,” Canyon Principal Larry Moehnke said. “We’re talking about hurdles and port-a-pits, things that stay on the football field all year-round now.” That made McWilliams feel better. Willhelm was asked to bring a proposal back to the board at the Dec. 13 meeting on the storage building request. The superintendent was also asked to bring back a policy that would place increased emphasis on academics, and make school activities a benefit of passing scholastic work. Current University Interscholastic League (UIL) guidelines require a student to be passing in three courses to be eligible to participate in extracurricular activities. CISD trustees will consider raising that requirement to four courses. Willhelm said that UIL is also considering the adoption of this guideline: Students participating in golf, tennis, and literary-academic competitions be restricted to eight invitational meets (excluding district, regional and state meets), and to limit the school absences to no more than any portion of IO school days. “We feel that both of these guidelines are a minimum standard, and the board instructed me to come up with a policy to reflect possible future UIL standards,” Willhelm said. If adopted, the two proposed policies would not be applicable until the 1964-85 school year, and students and parents would be informed. Deaths Wetz, former grid star, dead at age 58 Harlan Wetz, active New Braunfels citizen and former professional football player, died Monday, Nov. 14 at Baptist Memorial Hospital in San Antonio. Funeral services were to be held at 2 p.m. today in the Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home Chapel, with Dr. Friedrich Rest presiding. Mr. Wetz was bom in Comal County on Sept. 15,1925. During his 58 years, he worked as a farmer, and a commissioned bulk agent for Exxon. He also retired a major from the National Guard. He played football for the Brooklyn Dodgers, an old American Association professional team, in 1947. He graduated the University of Texas in 1946, having lettered in football all four years. He was a member of the UT Ex Lettermen Association, the Silver Spurs, and Kappa Sigma fraternity. The community knows Mr. Wetz for his work in the Noon Lions Club, the Fraternal Order of Eagles, the Elks Lodge and the Alzafar Shrine. He was also a member of First Protestant Church. He married Melba Callihan on Dec IO, 1950, and she survives as his widow. Mr. Wetz is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Erwin Wetz <nee Hilda Zipp); two sons, David of El Paso and Ron of New Braunfels; and one grandchild. Memorials may be given to the Eden Home for the Aged, or to the charity of one’s choice. PORTABLE BUILDINGS All Types A Sizes 6’X6’ to H’xtO’ Storage, Offices. Warehouses. Oarages, Bams. Etc. FINANCING Short Term No Interest Bank On $1,000 Up We Invite Comparison PORTABLE IBULEMNQ8 'Serving Tries for 19 veers I* Nm B'luntm ens ma ~Ceay*n Ilk* Atm lei 4 Tift MON FRI 9am 5 JO pm SAT MO 2 SO pm -WW isye ti* mn* NftoMAUNmS Friday, Nov. 18 9-1 FIREFOX Saturday. Nov. 19 9-2 NASHVILLE SOUNDS Dense black smoke filled the sky as fires started by the jet attack engulfed two guerrilla camps, Yanta and Shaara, near the town of Nabi Sheet, lebanese state radio said. The state radio said four Israeli jets participated in the 30-minute attack. The camps are known to be the main base of the Amal Islamic Movement and Hezbollah, or Party of God, two Moslem Shiite extremist factions that publicly lauded the Oct. 23 attacks that killed 239 American and 58 French servicemen in Beirut. The two factions had also praised the almost identical attack Nov. 4 on an Israeli military post at Tyre that killed 29 Israeli troops and 32 Palestinian and Lebanese prisoners. A pro-Iranian group called Islamic Holy War claimed responsibility for all three attacks. The Israeli command said the camps served as a training group and launching base for anti-Israeli attacks. Israeli military sources said the guerrilla base contained anti-aircraft guns, vehicles, buildings and tents. Hilmar Simon Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Hilmar Simon, 75, of 232 Skyview. He died at home Wednesday. Thomas E. Wisdom Sr. The Rev. Bill Jones will conduct services for Thomas “Tom" E. Wisdom Sr. at IO a m. Thursday in Zoeller Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Mr. Wisdom, of Bt. 2, Box 708B, died Tuesday, Nov. 15 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. He was 74 years old, born May 14,1909 in Lytle, Texas. His parents were Jesse and Julia (Laughlin) Wisdom. He and Emma Frey were married on May 29,1931 in San Antonio, and they moved to New Braunfels in 1945. Mr. Wisdom was a retired salesman, and a member of Elks Lodge. He is survived by his wife; a son, Tommy Wisdom Jr. of Houston; a brother, Jeff L. Wisdom of New Mexico; five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Memorials may be given to the Texas Elks Foundation for Handicapped Children. Leora Moseley Kroeger Services for Leora Moseley Kroeger, 73, will be held at IO a.m. Thursday in Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, with burial to follow at Sunset Memorial Park. The Rev. Harold Zirkel will preside. Mrs. Kroeger died Monday, Nov. 14 at her residence on Star Route 3. She was born in San Antonio on June 5,1910, the daughter of Elijah Watson Moseley and Ava Olive Walker Moseley. She was a retired motion-picture manager, and a member of the Methodist church. She married William C. Kroeger on Aug. 5, 1933, and he preceded her in death in 1963. 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