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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 2, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas TX 75245 CISD pushes bond issue back two weeks By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Comal ISO trustees didnt call off the districts proposed million bond issue Monday but they did push the election date back two If the tentative May 11 date had been the board would have had to call the election next Monday That action must also include specific dollar amounts and how the bond issue package will be put to the But Monday trustee Karen Rust I have a problem with whether were ready for I can see it on those faces out in cluding Thats when Bill Brown said he would recommend the date be pushed back to May That means youll have to call the election on April and if youre not then it has to be put off until Brown Monday nights meeting boasted the largest attendance since the board began holding bond workshops last So the issue is up to and would include building a new Smithson Valley High School and converting the present SVHS into a middle school for students currently attending grades 68 at Mountain Valley and Bulverde Bulverde Middle School would then convert to an elementary campus for grades 4 and and the present Bulverde Elementary campus would become Bulverde Primary for kindergarten through second But the fate of Canyon Middle School in the proposed bond issue is still up in the The board has discussed several in cluding extensive renovation estimated at or building a new campus close enough to the old one to use some of the old facility like the band hall and the Another concept under con sideration is to sell the 25 acres of school district property between CMS and the Central Administration or just the acres the present CMS building now and build a new middle school campus on lessexpensive Brown said the only way the district could come out ahead by building a new facility and not renovating the old one is if the whole 25 acres were Board President Leroy Goodson Im hesitant to dispose of school its gone Up in but if we take million and build a new the old one might just sit Theres a middle school off Loop 410 thats for sale right Its empty and its been available for he So Goodson asked Mike Mc the districts if renovation by piecemeal is possible at the present CMS Its feasible to do everything and still conduct classes Me See Page 2 Hoyas 6664 Page6 City cleanup set Page3 New Braunfels Herald New Texas Tuesday April 25 Cents 16 Pages No playrule back to panel AUSTIN AP The Senate Education Committee approved 90 today a proposal to send the con troversial noplay eligibility rule back to the State Board of Education fora Efforts to limit any suspension from athletics or extracurricular activity on a weektoweek check of grades failed by a 72 A final vote on the entire which fine tunes the major school reform bill passed last will be taken later by the committee before being sent to the Senate for The board has never really looked at this from the students viewpoint and what is best for the said Carl DPort Ar committee chairman and a leader in efforts to change the The board had to work with the boundaries the Legislature gave Under the school reform bill passed last the Legislature said the board should make rules preventing students from taking part in extracurricular activities if they were not making passing The board decreed any student not making a passing grade of 70 in any one subject would be suspended from play or practice in any sport or ex tracurricular activity for six Parents and school officials complained to legislators that star athletes on winning teams were bands were unable to play concerts and students missed See Page 16 NBISD District 1 Aguinaldo Zamora Aguinaldo Nayol owner of Cactus Wrecking Service and part owner of EZ Bail is a candidate for the District 1 position on New Braunfels ISO board of a graduate of La Joya High Schojl and Draughon s Business College in San haf been a resident of New Braunfels since A concerned he was part of a number ot lawsuits that ended segregation in New Braunfels schools and businesses as well as opening up the school district to minority candidates for the school board with the single member district plan in effect since He and his wife Christina have four children alt of whom have graduated from New Braunfels schools except his See Page 16 Larry Brumbelow Larry candidate for New Braunfels ISOs District 1 board of trustee works as vice president of the New Braunfels office of San Antonio Savings Raised in New Braunfels and a graduate of New Braunfels High he received a college education before going into the banking Brumbelow has 17 years of banking He and his wife Jerri have two a 13yearold and a 10yearold who attend NBISD Brumbelow wants to contribute his financial expertise to help the district continue its record of We need to have some accurate longrange planning done as to what that growth is going to be and prepare for See Page 16 RALAC endorses Moore Candidates for the District 3 and 4 spots on City Council got a chance to air their views and field questions Monday night at a town The Rivers and Lakes Action which sponsored the endorsed Yale Simpson in district 3 and Rolf Moore in district formed in consists of four members and two alternates of each of the five river in cluding Lake Dunlap Property Owners Coalition of Rivers Environment Gruene River Property Guadalupe Valley and River and Gruene Area River Following the forum RALAC members made a decision on whom to said City Council member Betty Lou who also is a charter member of Rushing said members of which comprised most of the audience Monday stayed after the forum and decided on their en dorsements based on the comments they We invited people to come and listen and that helped the group During the candidates were given the opportunity to make a short then were asked questions by the See Page 16 Park preparation Easter weeekend is the traditional beginning of the summer season at Landa and parks department employees like Luis shown installing a were sprucing up the DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG park in Workers put up cleaned picnic tables and repainted curbs Monday to get things ready for this Drug raid Two locals charged ByDANASTELL Staff writer Two New Braunfels residents remain in Guadalupe County Jail today after being arrested during a series of raids reportedly connected to a multimilliondollar drug The raids began March 27 in Antonio and ended two days later in New Braunfels with the arrests of Jimmy Jack and Denise Dorothy of New and three San Antonio Authorities expect more arrests to be The Conns are charged with possession of methamphetamine over 28 They were first sent to Comal County Jail and later transferred to Guadalupe Bond was set at The raids are the result of a two month investigation by the methamphetamine task force of the US Drug Enforcement Department of Public Safety nar cotics and the San Antonio Police New Braunfels along with authorities in Bexar and Guadalupe counties also assisted in the DPS George nar cotics division said that on March 28 officers also searched a miniwarehouse on FM where they found a onepound bag of finished methamphetamine and three ounces of Also found were about 80 pounds of a chemical necessary in manufacuring speed worth about four in blank birth drivers license applications and blank payroll Already the previous officers had arrested Jason Lee John and Kathleen Jo all of San at a residence The three were charged with manufacturing Bond for McDermid and Tieague was set at while bond for Day was set at Tieague and McDermid both had two Ellington addii g See Page 2 Inside Water Watch Comal down 81 Canyon cfs down 1431 Canyon Dam outflow 850 cts Idown 16 Edwards Idown Canyon Lake Idown Todays Weather Todays forecast is for sunny and warm weather with fair and mild temperatures at Today should reach the low80s and drop to the low50s Winds will change from the northwest to the southeast and stay around 10 miles per Mondays high was 77 and this mornings low was Sunset will be at and sunrise will be NBISD District 1 Voters in NBISD District 1 have a race all their own To see if you get to vote in check the map on Page CLASSIFIED COMICS 1215 CROSSWORD 10 DEAR ABBY 10 DEATHS HOROSCOPE 10 OPINIONS SPORTS 68 STOCKS TV LISTINGS 11 WEATHER Operation Nice yields 17 arrests beerdrinking youths can expect more crackdowns like the one at Canyon Lakes Comal Park last Sunday which netted 17 arrests and 144 A Selection Enforcement Task Force made up of about 50 officers spent much of Sunday afternoon issuing mostly for alcohol related The majority of arrests were for public intoxication and misdemeanor possession of Weve been working on this for some time because the young people up there were getting out of Sheriff Walter Fellers We called it Operation because we werent going out there to kick their We went out there to be as long as they were The task force was organized to counter repeat incidents of young people throwing rocks at sheriff and letting the air out of the tires on their patrol Fellers said some young people even tried to set Ed Mullins1 car on fire last They brought it on and we went to Comal Park because its the worst one for the younger They just seem to like that one the he As many as youths have See Page 2
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