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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 25, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Watson leaving CISD post BvDEBRIP rial riAru By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Gay assistant superintendent of resigned from Comal ISO Monday night to take on similar duties for Round Rock I regret losing She worked and did a good But Round Rock is a much larger district 16 I think and I know the salarys a lot Superintendent Bill Brown said after the board had formally accepted Watsons Her new position at Round Rock will be curriculum Watson began her CISD stint as assistant superintendent on June She also served as CISD assistant superintendent in July 1984 when Edgar Willhelm announced his in tention to leave his superintendent She was named interim superintendent in August and served in that capacity until Brown was hired as CISD superintendent in late His first day on the job was 19841 I enjoyed working with Brown said Monday We have such good people I like to give them a job to and let them do And she did it Brown said he will look on the inside first for Wat sons adding he would probably bring a recommendation to the board at its July 16 Ive already gotten some but Im not going to talk to anybody until I look inside he There has only been two times in my 12 years that Ive had to go outside to fill a Theres a lot of talent and they deserve first Thats j ust the way I Even though Watsons title was assistant superin tendent of Brown said her replacement See Page 14 Sex in space station recommended by panel NEW YORK AP Itll take more than Tang to keep our astronauts happy if men and women are sent on 90day trips according to an environmental psychologist who recommends creating quarters for space station The prospect of having women and men working together in close quarters always seems to lead to questions about sexual Yvonne Clearwater writes in the July issue of Psychology Today It seems that a group of healthy professionals will probably possess healthy sexual Hence the conclusion by the leader of a National Aeronautics and Space Administration research team If we lock people up for 90day we must plan for the possibility of intimate Clearwaters Habitability Research Group has been charged with telling NASA how to make the space which is scheduled to begin operation in the next comfortable and Reached by telephone Monday at NASAs Ames Research Center in Mountain Clear water said she was reluctant to See Page 14 Rozier signs with Page 6 New Braunfels Herald New Texas Tuesday June 25 Cents 14 Pages Israel may help free hostages Lebanon AP Syria and bitter Middle East were today to be ready to join the United States in separate efforts to seek the release of the 40 hostages held by Shiite Moslem militants in The leftist daily newspaper as Safir quoted informed sources as saying Syria had agreed to requests to use its good offices with the Shiite Moslems to secure the release of the Americansheld since June Sources of Syrias ruling Arab Baath Socialist Party said the hijack drama figured high in the talks Syrian President Hafez Assad held in Damacus on Sunday and Monday with visiting Iranian Parliament Speaker Hojatoleslam Hashemi Iran is influential among Lebanons militant including or Party of the group believed to be involved in the TWA Israeli media reported that Prime Minister Shimon Peres of Israel has told the United States the two countries should cooperate to gain freedom for the a top leader of the Shiite Moslem Amal which has taken responsibility for the hostages said Monday that Amal will hand them back to the hijackers in about 10 days if no Reagan may apply economic pressure WASHINGTON AP President Reagan is considering closing the Beirut airport and cutting off goods and services to the Lebanese capital in an effort to increase pressure on those holding 40 Americans hostage in the the White House an nounced Spokesman Larry Speakes said Reagan could decide later in the day which of a series of steps the United States would take to put pressure on the Libya and any other nations or groups supporting the hijackers of TWA Flight Speakes that no direct military action to free the hostages was con saying the safety of the 40 American men being held captive remains a top Speakes refused to say how the United States might act to close the other than to suggest international cooperation as one See Page 14 progress is made toward meeting the hijackers The hijackers are demanding that Israel release hundreds of Lebanese and Palestinian prisoners charged with attacking or planning attacks on Israeli troops in Lebanon and that Spain release two Shiites being tried on charges of plotting to kill a Libyan diplomat Israel released 31 of the 766 Arab prisoners Monday but said the move was unrelated to the AsSafir quoted informed sources as saying Syria has promised to exert efforts if positive stands by the concerned parties on the demands under discussion were The who were not iden tified in the said Syria demanded that its mediation effort be conditioned by Israels com mitment to release the Lebanese Syria is the power broker in Lebanon and supports most Moslem including Israel radio and the mass cir culation newspaper Yediot Ahronot said Peres sent sent a message to President Reagan suggested their countries cooperate in finding a solution to the hostage Such a message would indicate a change in Israels Previously Israel has said the crisis See Page 14 Cooling off Council tables Utilities bond discussion By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer Taking the lead from New Braunfels City Council Monday night took no action on its choice of authorizing million in utility revenue bonds or ordering a public referendum on the issuance of those Utilities including Mayor Barbara on June 19 unanimously agreed to delay a request to City Council to approve any utility bonds until some future Tieken said Monday that when the Utilities board returns with its request for bond money it should list the projects in priority One of the items that I think is important to said whether we decide to do it ourselves or take it to the to have a priority list prepared for us by the Utilities as to exactly what projects are whether we do million or million or By having this in a list with the most important projects listed first and those that are the least im portant listed then in case there is an overun of a the money could be taken from the least im portant at the bottom of the list and added to the Tieken The Utilities first presented the proposal for the bonds which were to go for sewer and wastewater projects on May Council roundup on June a 33 vote defeated the Councils motion for a public That vote was followed by another 33 which defeated a motion for a notice of A motion to table a decision that night even ended in a At the June 19 Utilities trustees agreed with Arno who said the issue has gotten away from the The trustee These bond projects need to be weighed by not During the coolingoff Tieken suggested the Utilities committee studying the pro rata recovery I do hope that committee gets on with their Tieken I think that will be significantly im portant to the people of New Braunfels to have a capital recovery system in Also Monday Council agreed to allow Doug Webb of Webb Lube Center and Tube City to operate a shuttle service along Union Avenue to and from the The agreement ends Webb said he has been renting tubes for four summers and people are constantly wanting shuttle I would like to provide these people an option to get back to their Webb adding that his shuttle would eliminate traffic hazards by getting some of the pedestrians off Union Webb will use a pickup truck equipped with carpetcovered seats and a rail around the bed to transport Councilwoman Betty Lou who voted against the said people are here for recreation and shouldnt need a ride to the I dont see the need to be tran sporting around for people who come for she This is how River Road got If we do it for well have to do it for others such as Coun cilman George said the service would benefit the I think Doug has a good he I think he would actually be per forming a service to get the people off the Also Monday Council unanimously approved an amended city wrecker The amended ordinance allegedly streamlines the procedures used in rotating wrecker New Braunfels Police Lt John Wommack explained the procedure to Council authorized final payment of to Olmos Construction for Set Page 14 DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG the emu at the adjacent Wildlife Wilderness checks out the tower Tower buyers eye 135 corridor business By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer The firm that bought the old KLRN broadcast located off FM will soon rent space to communication companies along the San AntonioAustin the public broadcasting station that serves San Antonio and sold the tower in February to Shaffer and Gene KLRN vice president of We hope to start our marketing campaign next Rich vice president of Shaffer and Presently we have been getting the site ready to begin renting the space on the tower to various communication The a com munications consulting firm based in Illinois with an office in plans to mail an in vitation to rent space to all Federal Communication Com mission license holders in the Interstate 35 A renter could place his repeater or base station antenna on the tower and have access to mobile units from San Antonio to We decided to move into this area because of the growth phenomenon in the Cieslak We realize this is going to be one of the major demographic and business locations in the next 10 And where there is that kind of con centration of people and there is a need for The tower will be useful to companies that have either customers or employees to communicate with from San Antonio to such as pager mobile phone com panies and even towing services that have business from the two major Cellular phone companies could also rent but they would want to place their an tennae at a lower Cieslak The cellular concept is designed for reuse of frequencies because of the shortage of The cellular systems keep the antenna sites low so that the frequency can be used another 10 miles the communication consultant Buildings and such shield the low sites so that the same frequency can be used by another sender a few miles away without A cellular phone system could rent space on the but have its antenna around 100 feet Cieslak See Page M Camera store suffers big loss New Braunfels police have no suspects in the weekend burglary of more than worth of cameras and related equipment from Shut terbug Photo in Courtyard Shopping Police John Villareal said this morning there are a few but no suspects in the which occurred sometime after the studio closed late Saturday The burglary was reported about noon There were no signs of forced Villareal and no one really knows how the store was Taken were lots of cameras and sophisticated camera equipment and development equipment that the studio photographers along with equipment and supplies that were sold to the Villareal They estimate a big loss about the detective The studios equipment was leased and Villareal said the proprietors are waiting on identification from the leasing Burglary of a nonhabitation is a second degree felony and is punishable by a sentence of two to 20 years andor a fine of DANAOVERSTREET Inside Water Watch Comal River Canyon inflow Canyon Dam outflow Edwards Aquifer Canyon Lake level 312 up 54 700ldown810l 542 Isame up lup National title Seguins Valerie Lowrance is already experiencing the fruits of winning the Americas Junior Miss title a TV tours and plenty of She became the first person from this area to capture the national title when she was crowned Friday See Page Todays Weather A 30 percent chance of showers is predicted for today Otherwise skies will remain partly cloudy with temperatures reaching near 90 and dropping to the mid70s Southeasterly winds should stay at 5 Mondays high was 89 and this mornings low was Sunset will be at and sunrise will be at CLASSIFIED 1013 DEAR TV   

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