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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 2, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                n i I in w BOX 45436 BALLASv TX 75245 s i t ifJ Volleyball teams advance Details in Sports Garten Fest reappears at Conservation Plaza and more thats what youll find at the return of Garten Fest set for both weekends of Wurstfest beginning Saturday at 11 a irt We have thats what it amounts said Flo a member of the New Braunfels Conservation Admission is free to the Forke Store in Conservation Plaza on Church Hill Drive and visitors can purchase German potato sausage Kochkase and cookies all home made by members of the Conservation We have done this for a number of Yoehle we havent had it for two or three We wanted to have it it was always such a popular we See GARTEN Page 16A The WurstNavy sails at Calendar of Page 6A New Braunfels Friday November 25 Cents 28 Sections Comal ISO to appeal Cogdill decision By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Comal ISO has begun appeal procedures on a recent decision by the Commissioner of Education in favor of Lalla Mae former principal at Smithson Valley High Commissioner of Education Raymon Bynum signed a letter last agreeing that she was a nonprobationary employee when her contract wasnt renewed in March of Cogdill also claimed Sections and of the Term Contract Non Renewal Act had been violated by CISDs action against Both of these conclusions of law came from a Texas Education Agency hearings officer last Sep and Bynums letter in late October confirmed those con Ixmnie attorney for said he met with the school board Tuesday I told them their gave them my and outlined the appeal They decided to proceed with the appeal Chunn A motion to rehearing went out Chunn The Commissioner of Education acts on If the motion is not it can then be appealed to the district court of Travis County which we are prepared to Once Bynum agreed with the hearing officers conclusions of Chunn said there were two principle options for We could negotiate or we could Some settlement proposals by Cogdill have been but we feel none of them have been See Page WA Death toll over 450 in India violence NEW India AP Mob violence triggered by Indira Gan dhis assassination raged across northern India today despite curfews and orders for security forces to shoot rioters on Nearly 450 people reportedly have been Much of violence including beatings and arson has been directed at Sikhs by Hindus seeking to avenge the late prime whose assassins have been identified as two Sikh members of Gandhis newlychosen Prime Minister Rajiv made a twominute television speech Indira Gandhi gave her life so that a united India should live and Communal madness will destroy he He quoted his mother as Do not shed shed While hundreds of millions of Indians are mourning the tragic loss of their beloved some people are casting a slur on her memory by indulging in acts of hatred and This must stop Gandhi sawi u United News of India reported more than 225 people had been killed in New Delhi alone since Wed nesdays The news agency said the figure had been officially but did not say by UNI said its correspondents had seen 192 bodies at one city The new figure is much higher than had been previously cited for the It would bring the total deaths in the wave of looting and communal fighting to nearly 450 Violence has swept the northern India for the past three Sparked by the it was See Page 16A Comfund nears mark party due after Wurstfest Hanging around LESLIE equipment in Hinman Isle These two youngsters make full use of the playground nd Therell be lots more than two little girls in adjacent Landa Park as the 24th annual Wurstfest gets underway with opening ceremonies along the Comal River at Main Plaza wont host a Comal County Community Fund victory celebration until after Jesse drive chairman for Comfund One celebration going on is and wed like folks to concentrate on As of presstime the Com fund total stood at Thats slightly more than away from the 1984 goal of The drive is going real thanks to that last surge of money that came One of our key in dustries came Garcia The thermometer on Main Plaza is at and the next graduation is We dont move the marker up until the money actually hits So well be postponing our victory celebration until the middle or end of this he Last years Comfund victory celebration took place on which marked the earliest drive conclusion since Comfund was started in con tributions kept coming in for months after the so the 1983 Comfund effort finally totaled in at in midMarch of this To help reach the 1984 Garcia said telephone solicitation headed by volunteer Leon brought in last week from people already on the advanced gifts Comfunds mailing address is Box New TX If the 1984 goal is 21 local organizations are set to receive various Those organizations are American Red Arthritis Bihl Rehabilitation Boy Scouts of Childrens Habilitation Comal County Head 1 Canyon Lake Volunteer Action Comal County Mental HealthMental Retardation Comal County Senior Citizens CenterAging Comal County Youth Community Service Crisis Home Care of Comal Home Delivered Hospice of New Humane Society of New Lone Star Girl Scout McKenna Memorial Project and Salvation The United Way of Texas has also been allocated and will go to pay for clerical Supplies account for of the 198485 Comfund No change WASHINGTON AP Civilian unemployment stood still at percent in October as economic growth created nearly new jobs just enough to keep pace with a strong the government said In the last major economic in dicator before Tuesdays presidential the Labor Department said the stagnant civilian jobless rate left more than million people as the ranks of those officially categorized as jobless shrank by The total number of employed rose by from to The new rate was percentage point below that when President Reagan took office in January The October rate was percentage point higher the June the best of Reagans An alternate unemployment which includes the million members of the armed forces stationed in the United was also Even though the number of Nations unemployment rate holds steady at percent with jobs since Reagan was inaugurated has risen by more tian 6 the president has said repeatedly while he was pleased t he wont be satisified until everyone who wants a job can find In advance of todays the Democratic Policy leaded by Senate Minority Leader Robert Byrd of West ssued a statement saying that today there are nearly million people out of The ad ministration cannot hide Clerks workers to get The new following more than 18 months of often dramatic declines after the 198182 furnished the weeks latest evidence of a general economic But private analysts have said that while joblessness has seemed in recent months to be stuck on a do not expect unem ployment surges of the sort that characterized the long business in which joblessness hit a postDepression peafc of percent in November By UUI AN THOMAS County f i to close the county clerks office tte day after the fe to recover cm missiopers court for the day There was no way to predict this tujwMi Us g super turnout fajr oja she Bw4 OMJT njerveg are getltog frayed I we wUl ti coflje in at the toe the next y day of rest said she had hired f ulltUae clerte to but it was The clerks has been wiiWUpPft f Iw v ftJIRs staying JaJe every tey because of toe other business they are in chirp of has to be 3sw dstty Tart election commissionYpu cant keep forking those girls like Through Wednesday the absentee ballots cast to person nujojhered This pt points up the necessjyty of baying a The conumssioners also heard a report froxu the computer Inside Todsys Weather Skies will be mostly cloudy today with a chance of Decreasing cloudiness this afternoon will bring an afternoon high in the it will be clear and cool with a low near Yesterdays high was 82 and this mornings low was Sunset tonight will be at and tomorrows sunrise will be at Boarnet not 79 An 31 story about two traffic accidents on 30 gave Irvin Boarnets age as He is The regrets the CLASSIFIED HOB COMICS CROSSWORD 3A PEARABBY DEATHS 3A ENTERTAINMENT HOROSCOPE OPINIONS 4A REUGJOUS FOCUS SPQBTS STOCKS TV LISTINGS 12A WEATHER   

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