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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                fx nc Mitch New Braunfels Ntw Ttxtt 93 3 Zeltung O WEDNESDAY January 25 cents 26 Sections USPS 377880 Jackson return to America WASHINGTON AP Navy Robert Goodman exclaiming God Bless returned to soil today after a month in Syrian captivity to a rousing welcome from his his friends and his Accompanied by Jesse the Democratic presidential hopeful who negotated his his children and parents met with President Reagan in the Oval Office after the all night flight to I would like once again to thank all the people involved for their diligent work and ability to get me home a little bit earlier than I had Goodman said in a Rose Garden meeting with Thank you very much and I appreciate all the Today is a homecoming celebration and all of us are delighted to see Robert Goodman safe and reunited with his Reagan Were all proud of We want to thank Almighty God who heard our sincere and earnest prayers during this hour of crisis and during this hour of Jackson told Reagan praised Jackson for his in thanked Reagan for not trying to block his trip to Syria that ultimately won Goodmans As Jackson and Goodman left the blue and white plane at they raised their clasped hands amid cheers from more than 200 wellwishers and the rousing sounds of a local high school band which had come to nearby Andrews Air Force dressed in his crisp Navy received hugs from his wife and In brief comments on the airport Goodman said he had received pieces of mail and to me thats and to me that shows what kind of country this I thought daily about the POW ex perience that I had been trained to and the type of POW ex perience the guys had to experience in said a bom bardiernavigator from Virginia whose attack jet was shot down by the Syrians on I would like to take from that ex perience and say one quote which one man said when he came back from Vietnam and that was God Bless in his praised Syrian President Hafez Assad for helping to break the cycle of He also com plimented State Department officials and Charles for assisting in the efforts to negotiate Goodmans Percy is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations See Page 10A No By DYANNE FRY Staff writer Residents oppose plans for two rezonings Public hearings on three proposed zoning changes took just under two hours at the Planning and Zoning Commissions Tuesday night Archie Heimers request for commercial zoning in a duplex district took five with the commission making a unanimous recommendation in favor of the No one voiced any opposition to that But there werent enough seats in the council chamber when the commission took up requests for commercial zoning at IH 35 and South and for multi family zoning on the southwest corner of Loop 337 and Walnut In each the neighbors objection could be summed up in one sentence This is a quiet residential and we want to keep it that The tract at IH 35 and Academy is presently zoned for multifamily The Nomad next is in a C3 commercial The prospective Texas Classic want the C3 zoning extended to the Academy so thatthey can build an office and two model homes City Council will make the final decision in the next two After hearing objections from at least five property the zoning commission voted 42 to recommend the zoning restricted to that specific If Texas Classic Homes sells the leases it or decides to use it for some other the zoning would revert back to James Goodbread and Joe Hartigan voted against Mike Dieterts Terry Burto and John Dierksen voted though Dierksen said hed prefer to see an unrestricted C3 See Page 10A Stella Timmermann accepts a Chamber of Commerce Presidents award from Stanley Woodward on behalf of her sisters in this T976 her are top row Willie Melitta and Meta bottom row Tekla and Also shown is Barren who also received a Presidents award in The award was for community Stella dies at home in Geronimo By DEBBIE DaLOACH Staff writer She was an avid the family organizer and tfae third oldest of the famed Seven Timmermann flkters of Geronimo Estella Stella died at her home Herinemery brought only kind words Wednesday from her younger sister And the Leroy pastor of Friedens United Church of Christ in She was a happjr had a anile on her face all the She was always the first to think of someone and got She was a When we decorated the like for Stella could get everyone to work be Meta said Stella was the executivetype of the She would think ahead for and helped us all enjoy life Stella also had a known knack for cooking and gardening She had her specialities like the brownies she always baked for Meta She had a special and other people tried to follow it But their brownies never turned out the same as outdoors was Stellas real ailmann She was very involved to and loved to plant thines them See MA What to do Health commissioner calls worry over carcinogen premature AUSTIN AP State Health Commissioner Robert Bernstein says it is premature to try to set state standards on the use of a cancercausing chemical in killing weevils while processing grain who commented after State Agriculture Commissioner Jim Hightower called for state and federal controls on ethylene diobromide said his department was watching the situation We agree that tests show there is some level in some finished grain but we dont know how much it affects Bernstein When we find out for sure how this affects people we will do something about There is no need to flog ourselves for no good Bernstein Hightower said his demand for action from the Texas Department of Health and the federal En vironmental Protection Agency was based on preliminary tests of grainbased products in Texas following a testing program in After the the Florida Department of Agriculture removed 64 products from supermarket shelves and set a state standard of one partper billion of EDB as unacceptable for human con Bernstein said Florida was the only state to set a standard and other states had refused to set limits until there was more scientific proof of harmful One Texas food Ben president of Old Tyme Foods in said his firm and others have already taken steps to prevent Tamez to seek election to Constable Precinct 4 Wreck victim New Braunfels resident Hilmar Guenther receives treatment for a shoulder injury from from left Howard Daniel Halbardier and Randy Tomasini after being involved in a carmotorcycle wreck on the IH 35 access road Page By DORIAN MARTIN Staff writer Fidel Tamez of Mountain View Ranch has an nounced his intentions to run for the post of Con Precinct He will run on the Republican ticket in the May The office currently is held by James has worked for Itt years as a Comal County deputy sheriff reserve officer and for four years as a deputy constable in Precinct Employed for 12 years as the foreman on Mountain View he also is active on the Comal County Swat Team and as a reserve deputy sheriff for the A graduate of Canyon High School and a 35year resident of Precinct he has completed 70 hours of basic law enforcement courses in San 240 hours of advanced law enforcement courses in New and a course in radarspeed Tamez also belongs to the Guadalupe Valley Peace Officer Association the Guadalupe River Valley Association the International Lions Club the Fraternal Order of the Eagles at Canyon Lake the International Police Chief Association the Comal County Fire Department and a combination of all river Tamez and his have two traces of the cancercausing chemical from ap pearing in their We buy our corn meal from milling companies and whem we learned of tests in Florida on we stopped using any such Any of our products since 15 are Wichter said in a telephone Assistant Agriculture Commissioner Ron White said significant amounts of EDB have been found in each of 10 grainbased grocery products tested by White said he had ordered extensive tests of grain based grocery including all of those discovered in Florida There is no need for any consumer since one box of grits wont kill White but neither should we be Inside Todays Weather f The weatherman is calling for continued wano Today should be partly cloudy sad warm with variable winds at MO Puffer cloudy and cool tonight with light and variable Partly cloudy and warmer tonight wttfc variable winds near 10 Sunset today at and sunrise Thursday at Roxier Mauled Long waits for buses concern NBISD officials waiting to ride the school bus could become a thing of the depending a study by New Braunfels ISD Charles Bradberry told trustees Tuesday night that school district oJOoiaJa will be looking at ways to move kifctlttia more students have to wait as long as 45 admtss both before and after school before Bradbarry fatten possibility would be to stagger the starting times of elementary and secondary with the older students beginning school as much as 50 minutes This would be Bradberry ex since fewer secondary students ride the The staggered start also would cause secondary students to be dismissed earlier for extracurricular This method would allow campuses to be cleared in IMO instead of the current wait of up to 45 The superintendent believes discipline problems on the buses also would decrease since older and younger students would be Bradbarry said the optimum time to make the switch to the staggered times would be when the new elementary school One problem in the plan he foresees is getting students out to extraneous points and back in As far as the reaction by teachers and officials on the Bradberry Ive found a tremendous amount of I think its a good NBISD trustee Rudy Reimer adding he approved especially of cutting down the younger students waiting Bradberry said he would bring a report back for action in DORIAN MARTIN The Pittsburgh Maulers made Mike Roster the 1 pick today in the Kates Football leagues second collegiate The San Antonio Gunslingera selected guard Doug Dawson as a territorial pick to die first V Mofbm Deaths Israeli Jets blasted proIranian strongholds in east Lebanons Bekaa Vaiiy and a prominent Nosiest militia leader said attest people veraklUsd in sdsvaataftM CLASSIFIED CROSSWORD DCARABBY DEATHS HOROSCOPE KALEIDOSCOPE   

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