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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Wheres th 410 MICROPLEX MITCH WOMBLE BOX TX tr I I 275 By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Comal ISD officials will rake the districts million budget for 198485 over the coals looking for about to fund all teachers who qualified for the districts career That request came at Monday nights board meeting when trustee Carter Casteel asked Business Manager Abel Campos to look real hard for the The answer will be given at tonights special beginning at at Frazier but a vote will not be taken until a special meeting can be The districts career ladder selection committee Ron Connie James Jean Stautzenberger and Arlen Tieken considered 262 applications submitted by CISD teachers with at least three years of Of those 176 qualified for career ladder placement under state guidelines for the 198485 school Superintendent Bill Brown said CISD will only receive state funds for between 8490 or about If the board decided to fund all 176 the district would need another and thats CISD struggling to fund career ladder what Campos was asked to look In the the board took some action on career ladder placement Monday night by setting the salary supplement for Level II teachers at the minimum and authorizing June 3 as the mailout date for career ladder Trustees also approved Browns recommendation on stricter criteria to complete the selection if the money cannot be found in the budget to fund all 176 The local criteria is divided into three using a point system to rank teacher evaluations as the first The second phase is a weighted system utilizing categories on the evaluation and the third is based on total years of ex perience and total years of ex perience in A masters degree was also listed in the third phase above but trustees deleted it on Browns All classroom teachers must be assigned to Level One or Level Two this but the career ladder supplement does not apply to ad nurses or nondegreed After this eligibility will be See Page 5 Swimmer missing at Canyon Lake BySANDRA JACKSON Staff writer A 24yearold San Antonio man is missing and presumed drowned at Canyon The whose name was being was last seen swimming at the beach area in Canyon Park at 4 Ken Canyon reservoir said his lake rangers are working with law enforcement officials to look for the missing Rangers searched by boat for the swimmer from the time the incident was reported Sunday afternoon until 8 Game Warden Neil Etheredge dragged the beach area from his boat but found Etheredge was scheduled to continue looking for the missing man His name has not been released at the request of the Down in the Valley Cougars play tonight Rangers 51 Paged New Braunfels Herald New Texas 100 Tuesday May 25 Cents 12 Pages White gets Blue Law AUSTIN AP Mark White now must decide whether to sign a bill repealing the quirky Texas Blue which since 1961 has effectively banned Sunday sales of 42 items ranging from clothing to television Speaker Gib Lewis banging the gavel to announce Mondays nonrecord vote by which the House gave the last legislative OK to House sponsor David D said he is confident White will sign the measure into I dont anticipate any problems at Cain If White signs the it would take effect on which coincidentally is a In a decade of efforts to repeal the this is the first time a repeal bill has reached the governors White hasnt said whether he will He did tell a recent news con ference he wants to make certain any repeal bill wont require Texans to work on one of several lawmakers who met with White to discuss the governors said the bill includes tough guarantees against mandatory Sunday The only questions he really had about the thing at all had to do with employee Cain Im convinced that once he gets a chance to really look at the he will see that weve protected em ployees every way that we possibly Weve added new protections even since the day that we met with Cain I think its awfully tough tougher than anything Ive seen in any other he The current Blue Law is a descendant of legislation first passed by lawmakers in 1863 to guarantee that Texans would be free to worship rather than work on The version in effect for the past 24 years has prohibited sales of the 42 items on consecutive Saturdays and effectively closing stores on Among the items specifically prohibited are wearing See BLUE Page 5 GBRA raises outflow for holiday weekend Water enthusiasts will have plenty to do over the Memorial Day weekend on the Guadalupe GuadalupeBlanco River Authority officials this morning increased the outflow to 650 cubic feet per The increase came after heavy rains in the Kerrville area last week brought flood stage waters down the Guadalupe into Canyon Since the lake level has risen eight and now stands at The outflow had been 437 cfs before the increase We will hold this rate through the said David GBRA director of planning and He indicated that of ficials will reevaluate the situation during the latter part of next week and consider changing the outflow Over six inches of rain fell on the Guadalupe watershed near Kerrville Friday increasing the inflow into Canyon Lake to as high as cfs That flow had dropped to Monday morning and to 834 this SANDRAJACKSON Inside Water Watch Comal Canyon inflow Canyon Dam outflow Edwards Aquifer Canyon take level same 834 down 650 up 2081 up lup Todays Weather This mornings flash flood warnings have given way to a 30 percent chance of rain for the rest of the day and a 40 percent chance for Temperatures may reach the low80s and drop to the mid60s Mondays high was 85 and the overnight low was Sunset will be at and sunrise will be at Governors Mansion in His hiring of Richard McBride last week sounds like the act of a gubernatorial Page Rangers rally They were down and it looked like more of the But the Texas Rangers pulled off a recordtying rally to shock Kansas Page CLASSIFIED 1012 COMICS CROSSWORD DEAR ABBY DEATHS HOROSCOPE OPINIONS ioefflerrunning SPORTS Its looking more and more like Tom Loeffler will leave the House for a run at the STOCKS TV LISTINGS WEATHER DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG Overlay work has snarled Seguin Avenue traffic this week Seguin Avenue work should end soon ByDANAOVERSTREET Staff writer If the weather crews will finish laying the final layer of asphalt on South Seguin Avenue by the end of the Crews from the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation this month finished repaying Landa Street and are on the last leg of the Seguin Avenue Manholes on the two streets were raised an inch in March so the new layer of asphalt would be flush with the top of the manhole Bobbie resident engineer for the highway said crews will have to readjust some of the manholes on Landa that did not match the street Hasert said Seguin Avenue drivers could expect another three days of twoorthreelane I know they were going to try to be laying some asphalt today assuming the weather is going to allow us to he I would think three days would put us pretty well Its a horrible inconvenience out Hasert said the new asphalt is better than the old This is a far superior product being put down than has been done in the he He explained that the new asphalt is a sand stone aggregrate that will not polish like the limestone base does and provides a much better frictional property in contact with rubber About 45 days after the final asphalt layer is down highway department crews return to the scene to place the raised pavement Hasert Both Landa and South Seguin will be striped with the raised with four lanes being marked on Seguin Avenue from the Missouri Pacific bridge to Main High winds cause outages By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer With more wind than the storm that came through Comal County this morning left tree limbs down around but little Winds exceeded 25 miles per hour as the thunderstorm whipped through but rainfall measured less than inch where gauges were measured from the Canyon Lake area to town to the municipal Tree limbs caused scattered electrical outages around said John New Braunfels Utilities electrical distribution superin The worst came when limbs hit lines that feed the Kuehler Avenue sewer Last time the same thing hap pened to the sewer plant and we trimmed the trees back Huck But this time it was the trees further We have a crjew out already this morning trimming Most of the trees causing the problems seem to be the pecan They must be already getting The largest number of residences without power was probably the outage at the Langtry the elctrical distribution superin tendent Other outages only included a few like the one at Comal Avenue and Stein one on Walnut Street by Hanz Decorating one in the 1600 of Katy one out on FM and one on Hunter Out in the county Pedernales Electrical Coop had no power outage a spokeswoman 6 of 7 septuplets born alive in California hospital AP A 30year old woman pregnant with septuplets was delivered today of six live but the seventh hospital officials The first of the a baby was born at said Josephs Hospital spokeswoman Roseraarie Two boys and a girl were born at and two males were born at she A girl born at Persek It was not immediately known if the child was She said the conditions of the children and their weights were not Dozens of nurses and therapists had mobilized for Patricia Frustacis multiple which was by Caesarean who took the fer tility drug entered the hospital March 25 with doctors hoping to stave off the mass birth at least until the 28th The seven fetuses weigh about llz to 2 pounds No matter what how many can say theyve carried seven babies at once Frustaci said earlier in her Were praying and hoping they all make she But were going in with our eyes Were not expecting the The familys Andrew said the Frustacis intend to sell their and already have received several offers from Quite theyre going to need it the money he Depending on the outcome of the Frustaci said she and her husband may have to expand their fourbedroom home in about 30 miles southeast of Los When both are their income is a she a high school See   

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