Thursday, January 10, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas WeWifiUhfijiUmfrtintuttg By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Art addition to the dressing room at the New fcfdurifels High School field house received a favorable review in the New Braunfels 1st meeting The addition would be used to accommodate the visiting Superin tendent Chafles Bradberry said that he felt the metal building could be extended at a cost of pet sqare foot or if the building trades teacher Was used during his summer contract to work on it with a group of his With the expansion in the district and the success of the athletic I think this expansion is neededt the superintendent The board of trustees also discussed a change order on the high school cafetorium that will be built as part of phase Stocks 2 of the coftslrBcti6h project financed by the million bond issiil Voters approved in The original plan Used brick on the exterior to match the rest of the But after the first bids came back too the trustees decided to go with cheaper metal Trustees agreed that considering both the aesthetics and masonry would be a better deal since the additional money was available The next school board meeting was moved to because of a conflict NBISD will host the Cooperating Teachers Conference 22 sponsored by Southwest Texas State Universitys Teacher This is the first time a School has been asked to host so I feel it is certainly im portant for the school and perhaps the to The dinner will be served at 6 at Braunfels gets goahead from board e Centeri and the speaker Will follow at We could leave aitef the meal and have our but im not sure how that W miJi 6radberry advised the H depends on who the speaker board mer and others asked if the speaker was Ross But more Seriously the board decided the conference was important enough to post pone the next board The speaker Will be Bob president of the Association of Teacher Bradberry also announced that the fund drive for restoration of the old high schools exterior has pledges of and has received of it already in the The old high school on Mill Street will now be fefldyatedt id the new ad ministration frig interior will be paid for out of the million bond the Heirdiii2eituhg donated a half page ad so that we could list the names of all the nb matter what the Also I am suggesting that we design a plaque to go on the building that will name all those who contributed a of Bradbefry He commended the members of the steering committee for their and one trustee mentioned the late Oliver rlaas who had been on the committee and helped with the fund We are already looking at hiring an ar chitect and in 60 days we hope to begin the work on the Then by the time school is we ought to be ready to begin work on the We are negotiating right now for a place to put the LVN licensed vocational nurse program for the year it will take to finish the Work the superintendent The letter sent tb the local the governor and llfeiiteiiant governor asking that the discipline section of House Bill 72 be revised and that the New Braunfels teaching staff be exempted from the competency testwas answered by Mark State John ffaeger and State Edmund Kuempels was the saying he planned to support revision of the discipline section of the but did not specifically answer the other Traegers letter explained why he had voted for the bill and said there Were areas still that need to be but he did hot specify which Whites letter answered the specific points more giving an in terpretation of the current discipline section of the NEW YORK AMR Corp AmerCan Ameritech AMI Inc Aiii Motors AmStand Armcolnc AtlRichfld BancTcxas BellAtlan BellSouth s Beth Steel Borden CaterpTr Ccntel Chevron Chrysler Coca Cola Colemari ComlMetl DiamSHm DowChem DreSsrlnd East Kodak Enserch s Entexlnc Exxon FedlCo Firestone FtBcpTex FordMot GAF Corp GTE Corp GnDynam GenEIec Gen Food Gen Motors GnMotr E n Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlPac Haliburtn Holiday Inn Houstlnd HughesTl Interfst 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at the same point Shamrock making Occidental overtures DALLAS AP Diamond Shamrocks plans to take over an unidentified major oil company sparked a proposed merger with Occidental Petroleum an Occidental spokesman Occidental spokesman Frank Ashley said Wednesday that Diamond Shamrock Chairman William Bricker came to us and Weather DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Michelle Third Seele Elementary Texas Thure was sharply contrasting weather across Texas this but nol for A cold pushed into South and East Texas early and temperatures plummeted as it made its journey southerly and easterly toward the Gulf At 4 am it was a frigid 19 at Amanllo and a balmy 65 at but meteorologists with the National Weather Service said unseasonably cold temperatures soon would grip the entire state Colder temperatures are in prospect over the next several days On lows should be only 2 degrees in the 9 at 12 in the Big the weather service In ftolh lows neai 20 are expected by with the days high only about For South the lows Saturday are projected to b Rtc Grande where highs are expected to be in the and 60s Showers and heavy thunderstorms were about near Tomuall and north of The storm moved southeast at 15 to 20 missing Houston to the west on its trek to the Texas forecasts NORTH TEXAS Continued fair tonight and Friday Colder entire area tonight and Lows tonight 16 to Highs Friday 28 to SOUTH TEXAS Cold tonight and Lows tonight upper 20s 30s central and southeast and mid 40s south and immediate coastal Highs Friday 50s south and in the 40s WEST TEXAS Scattered snow flurries Panhandle Partly cloudy mountains westward tonight and Lows tonight near 10 Panhandle to mostly 20s Highs Friday near 20 Panhandle to upper 40s far west to upper 60s Big Bend The Nation A storm that dumped 18 inches of snow on Kansas whitened the Midwest white shelters in the Irigid Norlheiisl bulged with thousands of struct including in New York Ihu most srncu thu Gruat Storm wumiiujs and travelers advisories were posted from Nebraska to the Ohio whure the National Weather Service predicted up to 8 inches of snow today Four inches had fallen this at West and 2 inches at DBS Iowa Since Ihu storm begun at least live weather iclaled deaths have liacn reported nationwide Kansas lelt the brunt ol Wednesdays which closed a 250 mile stretch of highway and stranded thousands ol Weve been really dumped said Linda a Kansas Highway Patrol dispatcher in In New England and neighboring bone chilling cold cleared city streets today as homeless people flocked to A record number of people lelt Nuw York City streets and bus and Ham stations for city sponsored shelters on Monday night and on according to Jack a spokesman for the Human Resources Another people weie sheltered Tuesday night at private facilities within the Partnership lor the said even more were expected Wednesday This weather is Even the I dont offer much said referring to the sidewalk gratings over subway and steam tunnels on which the homeless huddle lor Were housing more people now than sines the Great The weather service said temperatures dropped to 16 degrees the lowest readings ol the winter in New Yolk City at 5 Wednesday and stayed there for out It was 2 degrees warmer early this The city hotline for inadequate heat oc hot water registered complaints from midnight to 9 said Michael Rivera ol the New York Housing Preservation and Development Department Complaint calls 1 uesday totaled officials Police in Boston were picking up homeless people on the streets and taking them to shelters around thu Were doing about 600 said Lucy night supervisor of the Street the citys largest on Wednesday Brought To You NEW BRAUNFELS NATIONAL BANK MMbwFOIC 6258587 1000 Walnut Teller 2 said he was going to make a tender offer for a major oil He said if he did they might make a terider offer for So he asked if Occidental would be a white Occidental instead proposed the Ashley and Bricker Ashley declined to name the company that Diamond Shamrock said it would try to take The merger agreement was short It was announced Monday morning and terminated Monday when the Diamond Shamrock board of directors rejected the cheese giveaway scheduled Tuesday at chufch An area agency will again say cheese to Comal County residents Community Council of South Central Texas will be distributing free cheese and butter from 9 to 4 Tuesday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish The cheese and butter has been received by the federal agency from the Department of Agriculture through the Food Services Division of the Texas Department of Human The supply is so distribution will be on a firstserve Distribution will be to lowincome lowincome senior citizens and other households in GAS Appliance Sale FA75821 FA23701 HURRY SALE ENDS JANUARY 1985 Save on this ExtraCapacity Laundry Pair Cut 5cycle Washer IAO9 3 temperature combinations 3 water leveli Dynaguard polyester finish on fop Cut Solid State Sensor GAS Dryer E 319 Heat shuts off at dryness level you set 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