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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 22, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                2A New Braunf els August Tough rules back in place AUSTIN AP In a yoyo like change of city officials have again imposed tougher restrictions on Austin residents outdoor water Near record water use on Tuesday caused the city to impose the ad ditional watering I regret the fact that we are having to make a change this City Manager Jorge Carrasco said in announcing the Stage 3 rules for the second time this After almost three months of voluntary conservation mandatory Stage 2 rules went into effect late in The tougher Stage 3 restrictions were imposed last then lifted Monday before noplay battle not done AUSTIN AP Court battles over the controversial noplay law have not the director of the University Interscholastic League The Texas Supreme Court recently upheld the rule that bars failing students from participating in ex tracurricular But UIL Director Bailey Marshall said Wednesday that would not deter further I would not think we would be past having a We had the lawsuit back in the spring and the Supreme Court upheld the law and but there are other You can attack different phases of the said I dont think we have eliminated It would be nice if we Marshall told a Texas Daily Newspaper Association seminar on the 1984 education reform That reform legislation included the noplay provision that the parents of Houstonarea high school baseball players challenged in court this A trial court judge agreed with the but the Supreme Court overruled that Marshall said the next challenge might attack the rules lack of ex ceptions for special He mentioned students who receive failing grades because of There is no exception clause in there if he legitimately had a reason for not passing his said The UIL director said he foresees no major retreat from no but he predicted a possible shortening of the ineligibility Under the current a failing student remains ineligible for the entire sixweek grading period following the six weeks in which the failing grade was I think possibly within years after some they will shorten the length of period of ineligibility and allow a student to get back eligible in three said The law was developed to motivate a youngster through their I think it will be more motivational to them if they have a shorter length of he being reimposed Under Stage 3 Austin residents may water for seven hours every fifth day instead of 17 hours every fifth day under Stage 2 Water use Tuesday climbed to million the secondhighest daily total for the It was the second straight day of use over 160 million Carrasco said easing back to Stage 2 on Monday might have been a and that returning to Stage 3 so quickly may in fact heighten concern and Jerry director of the city resource management said more lenient watering rules and three straight days of 102degree temperatures contributed to high water use Monday and Lawson said more citations had been issued by police for violations of the water regulations in three weeks of rationing this summer than were issued during five weeks of restrictions last The average number of citations issued through Tuesday is more than 50 a Last year violators were cited at the rate of 30 a Marion ISO approves budget By SARAH DUKE Staff writer MARION The Marion In dependent School District board members approved a budget of more than million for the 1985 86 school year at its meeting The budget had been revised from the original that was proposed at a workshop Superintendent Winfred Farquhar cut nearly from the budget before Wednesdays The reductions came from cuts in the 1986 summer school expenses and reductions in computers and equipment among other The school district will be operating at a The discrepency between the expenses and the revenue is more than Surplus funds from the past few years will provide the extra money Farquhar For the present were in pretty good Farquhar told the members of the But Im apprehensive about the future of this school Farquhar said the new people who are moving into Marion are not necessarily providing more money for the A big increase in population without being paralleled with an increase in big business will bankrupt he Board member Sally Boecker pointed out that the largest in crease in the budget from last year was an added in Some of that increase was caused by career ladder raises and by new personnel being added to the Boecker also told the board that she had analyzed the budget and found that almost as much money is being spent by the district on band and other extra curricular activities as is spent on I wonder if we arent spending more money on a small group of kids than we are spending on the whole she The board approved the tax rate which will remain at per of the same as last years Gene president ofthe school announced that the school district has million in taxable property on the tax In other the board voted to postpone action on an offer to purchase school property The board decided to reject the two bids it received for fire in surance and take new The board voted to revise the travel policies to pay more of the teachers expenses when they must travel on school The board commended the schools librarians for their work with the summer reading program which opened the school library to the children of the More than book were read during the eightweek Deaths NBISD to add classrooms to new school TSloiir i William Blang Services are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for William The former New Braunfels resident died 21 in Births and David Canyon and Larry New 61b and Wm Leslie Canyon 81b Staff and Ismael Salazar Howard Air Force 71bs July New Braunfels ISO board decided to add four classrooms onto the new elementary and accepted Bratton Building Systems bid for the fuel tanks at the transportation Superintendent Charles Bradberry explained that when the new elementary was it would be at capacity and would soon need two more Joanne patron being considered for the vacant board asked for clarification on why the original elementary school had not been made large enough to handle the Actually our growth projections were not far but our class size pojections were far Bradberry No one could have planned for what House Bill 72 the 22 to one We used to operate on a 26 students to one teacher The district administrators had come prepared to recommend two classrooms for but Bob Self Stocks asked what it would cost for To add four more classrooms instead of it would involve ad ding their own airconditioning said Herb Crume with the con struction management firm of Jessen ans That would also entail a fence around it and another electrical but Im sure we could build all four for less than Lonnie assistant superintendent of finances said the money was available in the bond Since the project was delayed because of bad and we have a set price for the you could call the bad weather a Curtis The dalays mean that the money just sits there and earns more So we have earned more from investments than we had Crume told the trustees that their other choice would be to add portable NEW YORK AP Morning stocks High Low Last 49H 49V8 49V8 58V4 57 Vi AMR Corp Amer Can Ameritech AMI Inc Am Motors AniStand Amer Amoco Armcolnc AtlRichftd BancTexas BellAtlan BellSouth Beth Steel Borden s CaterpTr Centel ChesebgP Chevron Chrysler CoastalCp s CocaCola Coleman DeltaAirl DiamShm DowChem Dressrlnd duPont EastKodak s 907 22 65 10 59 2Ts 41 Vi 39Vs 36 41sa 32Va 49 17 36Va 21 44 90 Hi 24 3 29 21 65Vi 10V4 594 2 90 40 17 39 36H 4m 34 37 36 31 71 28 48 16 35 21V4 57 44 90 24 3 29 21 65 10 59 2 91 41 17 39 41 34 37 36 32 72 28 49 16 36 2H4 57 44 Enserch Entexlnc Exxon FedlCo Firestone FtBcpTex Flowerlnd s FordMot GAF Corp GTE Corp GnDynam GenElec Gen Food Gen Motors GnMotr E s Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlPac GulfStaUt Haliburtn HolidayCorp Houstlnd HughesTl Interfst IBM Intl Harv Int Paper JohnsJn K mart KrogerCo LTV 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temperatures were in the 70s and Extremes ranged from 60 at Marfa to 84 at Fort Other early morning temperatures around the state included 73 at 82 at Wichita 81 at 79 at 78 at 79 at San 76 at Corpus Christi and 77 at San 78 at 74 at Midland and 73 at El Forecasts North TexasIsolated thun derstorms northwest and north central early otherwise continued hot through Highs 97 to Lows West TexasIsolated evening thunderstorms most otherwise sunny and hot through fair Near record high temperatures most Lows tonight near 70 Panhandle to upper 70s along the Rio Grande except lows in upper 50s Highs Friday low 90s mid 90s mountains to near 106 along the Rio South TexasIsolated mainly early evening showers or thundershowers Southeast Texas and coastal Mostly sunny and continued quite hot days rest of South generally fair and mild Highs Friday upper 80s along the upper near 105 Rio Grande plains and Edwards 90s to near 100 Lows tonight lower 80s immediate 70s Port Arthur to Port OConnor Southeast winds near 10 knots tonight and Seas 1 to 3 Isolated showers or Port OConnor to Brownsville Southeast winds 10 to 15 knots tonight and Winds gusty near shore during the Seas 2 to 4 Isolated showers or thun Extended forecast North Texas A chance of Highs Saturday upper 90s to near 100 lowering into the mid 80s to mid 90s Sunday and Lows generally in the South Texas Partly cloudy with hot days and mild widely scattered afternoon and evening showers or thundershowers mainly northern Frank Announces the Opening of his Office A for the Practice of Allergy New Location 705 Landa Office hours by appointment tteraldZcltuns USPS 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 Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Susan Editor Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Sandi Mgr Cheryl Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Fdtor David Patricia YznagaKing Wire Eoitor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal In Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New Braunf TX Keep an eye pn the news in the buildings If the permanent additions were constructed at a later they could cost from to for each two Bradberry told trustees that two classrooms would be needed when the school and the other in September The teachers for these students were already On the awarding of the fuel system Brattons original base bid of was negotiated down by the assistant superintendent of finance We had hoped to reduce the price down but some of our recommendations would not be approved by the EPA En vironmental Protection Crume Instead the EPA required in change orders because the tanks will be over the Edwards bringing the price to Curtis Only one other contractor bid the fuel Texas Western Con tractors whose original base bid was School officials had talked about rebidding the fuel tanks because the bids appeared high apd other con tractors thought they could offer better Curtis But after they researched no one could match Brattons The tanks include two storage tanks and a We will be able to save con siderably on the cost of fuel by storing this much at Curtis said after the And though all the EPA regulations are all we have to do is remember its our drinking water they are Curtis also went over the amended 198485 budget which the board ap He said the good attendance figures in October had improved their income by million from state state formula depends heavily on the average daily Expenditures had exceeded the budgeted amount by and most of that was in extra teachers needed to meet HB 72 im mediate If everyone would have spent what was we would have been 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