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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 28, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                U New HwaMZtilung February Stocks CMttned from Page 1 District 1 and the itlarge places will be selected in Districts 2 and 4 will come up In They have never conceded that the election schedule to our knowledge up until Brad berry Also as part of the the school district will pay of MALDEFs claimed in attorney fees and court SandersCastro said the settlement became more feasible after depositions were taken from each school board member and after the Department of Justice requested more information from NBISD in its which delayed the I think they NBISD officials started looking at it as a question as to whether they could win at SandersCastro The original lawsuit was filed in 1983 against NBISD because of the districts previous election plan of seven numbered The school district proposed the 52 election plan as a That system offered two districts with large minority MALDEF wanted an election system based on seven singlemember The final settlement did not overwhelm the Were in the same position accepting the 52 plan as the school board was accepting our 70 Torres I guess you could say there were concessions on both SandersCastro adding she believed the plantiffs bent over backwards to reach a As far as the settlement receiving approval from the Department of Justice and District she I dont anticipate any Torres accused the NBISD school board of spending a large sum of money needlessly in handling this The lawsuit cost the school district in excess of in attorney which does not include the settlement He explained the board had the power to change the system without spending the money used to hire San Antonio legal counsel William Armstrong and Tucker who helped devise the 52 I think they should be blamed for spending all this money not as we have been reading in the papers and the press that the school board has been trying to blame us for spending all this Torres He said the length of the case was caused by the districts own ineptitude for following the advice of NBISDs attorney Marion Hes been giving the school district the same advice for 1520 and hes still being Torres Borchers could not be reached for and the Zamoras also com plained that media coverage was onesided in favor of Continued from Page 1 because well be removing several towaway Liberty Avenue is only about 12 blocks but it runs past some of the most popular tourist attractions in town the Schlitterbahn and Bavarian Village near one and Prince Solms Park at the There are also a number of houses on the City Council created the first no parking zone in 1980 at the request of who said they were tired of having cars parked in front of their their mailboxes and sometimes even their Saturday and Tieken also wondered what neighborhood residents might think about a parking lot on the Henrys three vacant When someone proposes a zone the council has to hold a public and give surrounding property owners a chance to What if we had some property owners who did not want the and they ob jected she asked Theres not going to be much opportunity for further the attorney Youve simply got to cut off something like where theres a at some Citizen Leonard of 274 Liberty wasnt pleased with the settlement He said he had some difficulty following Chunns and wished he had had better I dont see anything about it on the he The matter was brought up under old Council met in closed session for almost an hour before the meeting If it had been I think you would have had more people here from Liberty Mayor Stratemann told Meyer that even if the council hadnt come up with a perfect it had made a decision that had to be He said the council passed the 1980 no parking ordinance in an attempt to make things easier for one group of only to find later that it had stepped on another groups Im man enough to say I might have made a he If we can carry the settlement on I think itll be very good for said plaintiff Robert Including whether he likes it or Continued from Page 1 gonna vote for any kind of rate in But we didnt come here for a popularity contest we came here for a practical Stratemann and Mayor Pro Tern Laverne Eberhard voted against Espinoza and Tieken voted for Donnie who left the meeting missed the garbage hike Eberhard then moved to accept Delashmutts Rogers and Stratemann vted with The other three voted for another Continued from Page 1 Hispanics will continue to campaign for This is not intended to run down Bob We just feel like Doggett can do more for the Mexican Americans in Espinoza He said there was definitely disagreement in the local MAD But he feels some difference of opinion is as long as its handled I think if some people are for Lloyd Doggett and others are for Bob thats But lets keep it above the Espinoza Eberhard Continued from Page 1 along with the terms of Donnie Seay and Barbara So Tieken is the only incumbent that has filed for Seay hasnt made a firm announcement but he said some weeks ago that he probably would not Theres plenty of competition for the three atlarge Challengers include builders Robert Nohrn and Esther designer Rolf retired resort owner Robert New Braunfels Smokehouse manager Mike Dietert and dentist Joe Ladltt Still selfconscious about IGHT Losing pounds quickly is fun But wait till you see how fast we get rid of those ugly inches I wwil Iran a 206 pounds la a slim In all Ive lost 70 I feel grail I My whole oullooh on lifo Is com Thank you OoMflt of mlr oxorelM mMhlnt Whirl fey HMt Indoor Swimming orobteo ond morel OM I I I U42633 I 6323247 I OfttH EMM ttffD NOftTMfMT 1 103 CiMtCiMttl NCMTH Cf NTML Hum 410 IKMTHCINTMl MOUTH WMT 38201 74 SWMi VlUaiSq Cll M W Continued from Page 1 The fires in Blanco County also were the worst in some residents Ive lived here 70 years and this is the worst fire Ive said Blanco County Commissioner Sonny Bergman as he looked over a blackened pasture near his Officials said the first Blanco County fanned by 50 mph started about noon Sunday in Johnson City and was brought under control Sunday The second east of Johnson lasted until 2 Firefighter Tom of was trying to reach the Johnson County fires when his fire truck was struck headon by another He died Sunday at Brackenridge Hospital in Fire officials in Fort Worth and Dallas said about 70 grass fires were reported in the area one of which burned about acres of prairie grass and severely burned four volunteer Mahlon a spokesman with the Texas Forest Service in the East Texas city of said Monday that grass and brush fires are not uncommon in Texas this time of Its the worst fire season of the year because its its windy and the grass hasnt cured Ham metter NEW YORK AP Morning itodu AMR Corp Amer Can Ameritech n Am Motors Amer TAT n Armcolnc AtlRichfld BancTexas BellAtlan n BellSouth n Beth Steel Borden CaterpTr Centel Chrysler CocaCola Coleman DiamShm DowChem Dressrlnd East Kodak EDSs Enserch s Entex 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