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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Friday May County seeks offers for land By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer County commissioners want to buy six lots behind City Hall for long range planning and but so far have a set price and contract on only Henry Hanz agreed to sell the property at 150 Bridge for real estate agent Jack Ohlrich told commissioners court William agreed to give the county an option to buy the property at 180 Bridge for Ohlrich will continue to negotiate for the county on two East Mill Street lots belonging to Bill Knight and Elizabeth and the lot belonging to Glyn Goff on East Bridge The county also wants to negotiate with Richard Moeller at 157 but because of Moellers Ohlrich said he has suspended all All property owners have been offered per square foot which is based on property sales in the The First Federal Savings and Loan property sold at that County Judge Fred Clark If negotiations the county will go forward with condemnation commissioners agreed in Thursdays In other commissioners found out that the recent court case involving San Antonio bus drivers reinterprets the Fair Labor Stan dards Act so that governmental entities must pay some classes of workers overtime for any time more than 40 hours professional and executive employees are County Auditor Bate Bond and law enforcement personnel must work hours before overtime All department heads will identify their administrative em Clark In lieu of overtime the county can give comp time Bond ex but it has to be given in the same week that the extra hours were County roundup it will work better for us to go to an everytwoweeks pay the auditor Right now we pay on the first and Are we in violation right now Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee Camarillo All overtime earned after 19 could be Bond The auditor also pointed out that the new interpretation required employers to pay for overtime whether authorized or Thats not going to Clark because if someone doesnt leave the job when he is supposed to and tries to get paid for time not he will simply get Commissioner Jumbo Evans said he disliked the new rule because it removes initiative on the part of workers who are con The guy who wants to work until the job is done is discouraged by these Evans In other commissioners approved for the Rivers Oversight The money will cover G percent of the groups budget as it attempts to find solutions to the problems created by tourists and the lack of parkland along the I feel like this group is really going to get something Bond Its the best vehicle for a solution to the river The broadest interests have been better than any effort in the Even if sometimes someone filibusters in some I think this is the best opportunity to solve In another agenda com missioners also approved the ap pointment of County Clerk Rosie Bosenbury as chairman of the Comal County Historical She replaced Frances who chaired the commission for the past two Matters scientific CISD PHOTO Fifth grade science students at Frazier Elementary par ticipated in the National Science Olympiad last Michael Kruegerand Michael Spears front from left tied for high Kelly Smith back left won while Joey Jentsch center and Michael Kroner tied for Their teacher is Charlotte Recognizing volunteers Lanita Ross right serves one of the volunteers who help with the local elderly nutrition who heads the and the staff served the volunteers as part of a special program Monday at the Laurel Plaza community The volunteers work with the which is coordinated by Community Council of South Central Senior citizens may eat lunch at DERYL Laurel Plaza Monday through A donation is and participants are asked to call a day in Transportation can be arranged by calling Stocks NEW YORK AP Morning stocks High Low 43 43 53 52 86 AMR Corp Amcr Can Ameritech AMI Inc Arn Motors AmStand Amer Amoco Armcolnc AtlRichfld BancTexas BellAtlan BellSouth Beth Steel Borden Borden wi 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WestghEl Xerox Cp ZenithE 22 22 22 46V4 46 46 49 48 49 32 31 31 47 47 20 20V8 20V4 Stock market makes rally NEW YORK AP The stock market advanced broadly extending Thursdays rally with the help of falling interest rates and hopes for progress in shrinking the federal budget Trading was The Dow Jones average of 30 in up points climbed another to in the first hour Gainers held a 31 lead over losers among New York Stock Exchange listed the Senate narrowly approved a threeyear package of billion in spending The measure still must by acted upon in the House of Represen where it is expected to face some stiff But Wall Street analysts said it nevertheless raised hopes among investors that the budget deficit problem could be dealt In the credit prices of longterm government which move in the opposite direction from interest jumped about for every in face value this Brokers said stock and bond prices also were helped by relief that the Treasurys record billion sale of bonds and notes this week had been completed with a reasonably good Lake school sets dance The Mountain Valley Middle School student council will honor eighth grade students there with a dance from 79 Saturday in the school Music and a light show will be provided by disc jockey Tickets are in ad vance and at the Margaret student council said chaperones will also take instant photographs of students at the The snapshots will be sold for SVHS honors top musicians conferences with parents Comal ISO parents will be given the opportunity to discuss their childrens test scores with teachers next Thursday and Friday have been designated for parentteacher when parents may learn and discuss their childrens scores on achievement tests taken this Schools will also operate on an early release schedule Thursday and with classes being dismissed on each campus an hour and a half earlier than the normal Smithson Valley High School band and choir students marked the end of the 198455 music season with their banquet last Susan Gibbs won the John Phillip Souza band award for outstanding band while Naomi Williams received the Louis Armstrong Jazz Award as the oustanding jazz Jennifer White was named the recipient of the Arion which goes to the outstanding choir White and Williams were also the recipients of two music which are awarded each year by the SVHS Music Boosters Six students were given band camp They were Eva Anger and Leigh Ann juniors Laura Highland and Paul sophomores and David Morgan and Katherine Save for Graduations RYSALE Single Tier Mattress 14 Warranty Heater 4 Warranty Stand Up Liner 00 sneeis uU off Mattress Pads 173 Off Padded Rails Conditioner limit 4 per person Financing Available Remember Mothers Day 711 Walnut HsraldZeitung DSPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New 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