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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 23, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                410 MQ53 TEXAS AMERICAN MICROFILM ATT PETE SINCLAIR BOX 45436 TX Food Pumpkin recipies water mouths for Halloween See Page 1B 294 same dj down S10 fluHtow up Awards Aquifer up Cfjfiybri Uke up Area Railroad Commission to hold pipeline hearing See below New Braunfels runners held for New page 8A New Braunfels Herald Ntw Texas 208 Wednesday October 25 Cents 30 Sections By SARAH DUKE Staff wrlwr r The Guadalupe County Sheriffs Department continues for a methamphetamine aaboratdry allegedly located in A search Monday night ended in the arrest of three including a iCanyon Lake but failed to find the the men were found with 142 grams of methamphetamines in their sheriffs department officials The drugs were valued at The men were arrested and taken to the Guadalupe County Jail where they were charged with possession of methamphetamines between 28 and 400 Sheriff Melvin Harborth said San Inside Todays weather Cloudy nights and mornings will stirttfy1 skies through Thursday and southeasterly to the mideOsV Yesterday bigii arid this low was Sunset tonight Wiil be at and sunrise Thursday will be at CLASSIFIED 68B COMICS 3C CROSSWORD 6C DEARABBY 6C DEATHS 2A ENTERTAINMENT 2C FOOD 13B HOROSCOPE 6C OPINIONS 1C SPORTS 89 A STOCKS 10A WEATHER 2A No no play gets OK HOUSTON AP Now that the states controversial no pjay law has survived another legal it is headed for a trial before the state district judge who ruled it unconstitutional in State District Judge Marsha the judge who dealt the rule that blow in refused Tuesday to grant a temporary injunction that would have stopped the state from enforcing the Rather than junk the statute as opponents she set the case for trill 18 as a class acton that could affect ill the school The reform law say students must scorf at least 70 in aU sub jects at the end of each sixweek grading period or be declared tangible for extracurricular activities for the following six sajid earlier that the was iinannatitiitinnal because tf dtf not apply epiJJy to ajj Wgb The overruled her Houston attorney Anthony Antonio officials received a tip from an informant that such a lab was operating in ah area north of The sheriff said the department obtained a search warrant to search property where the lab was suspected to Darkness set in and We couldnt find the lab and couldnt get a chopper Harborth He added that the search was a joint effort between Guadalupe County officials and the San Antonio Police The three men were arrested on Blue Sky Horse Ranch about 10 Jose Freddy Saldivar of 6166 Canyon Canyon Edward Leija of Box and Russell Keith Knox of 8700 San were released from custody Tuesday morning on bond Sheriff promotes By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer1 Sheriff Walter Fellers promoted Chief Jailer Walt Sumner to lieutenant Sumner will handle the jail along with Chief Deputy Brian John until another jail administrator is Fellers Walt got a little pay raise Out of it Fellers But I still havent decided on a jail administrator and I dont know when I Sumner joined the sheriffs department in December 1980 as a the chief jailer I used to work that midnight to 8 shift all the until the chief jailer retired in Sumner Since then Ive been the chief LESLIE Water began leaving Canyon Dam at a higher rate this The river flow will be cfs this Water will cover the concrete walls at this River flows at cfs By DANA 0VERSTREET Staff writer Flood gates at Canyon Dam opened at 8 this morning to in crease the flow of the Guadalupe River from 900 to cubic feet per The release will be Army Corps of Engineers Ranger Judy Scott said the flow will reach cfs by this The water usually takes eight to 12 hours to get to New Braun Scott There will be a gradual rise all she Recent rains in the Hill Country above Canyon Dam have caused the lake to rise above the con servation pool level of 909 feet above mean sea This mornings lake level was The expanded release will allow the corps to lower the level of the lake so it will handle any ad ditional The flood gates will close when the lake level drops to the con servation pop level or below saia the flow will stay at cfs until all the are Probably until the end of the she The cfs flow is considered hazardous for recreational river users and the corps office is ad vising people to refrain from rafting and kayaking for the next several I recommend they dont get on the water at Scott Scott said people living along the river also should be alert and watch the although the river is not expected to leave its This is the highest flow on the Guadalupe River since July Scott The Gruene River bridge will be closed when the water reaches Scott Comal ISO loses funds with studentsabsences By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer Comal ISD has lost in state funding because of empty chairs in the That news was brought home at Monday nights school board Business Manager Abel Campos told trustees the district had recorded absences from 7 and ihat translates into a loss for CISD in state Every day a student doesnt come to it costs this district Campos Once we lose we cant get it So the object of the game becomes trying to minimize our This is the second year state funding has been based on student The state has two ac counting and school districts can choose from one of three options in reporting their attendance to the state for The fall accounting period began on 7 and runs through Campos The second fourweek period has tentatively been set for 17 to March The state gives us three We can take Octobers attendance figures and forget about or take February and forget about Either you have to decide that or we can take the best four of the total eight he Were going to take the best four of and Im fairly certain thats what most districts will decide to Campos said the only advantage to taking Option Number 1 is the district wouldnt have to send in an attendance report to the state in But wed still have to keep up with the numbers Last CISD took the best four of the total eight weeks and wound up with a attendance That percentage has dropped to for the first three weeks of this falls fourweek accounting Campos called the percentage but certainly capable of He added special attendance counts since midSeptember point to a particular problem in getting students to school on Weve found out we have a problem on Mondays bringing kids Attendance peaks on Wed then trails off on he Statistical data since 20 See Page 10A Railroad commission to sponsor pipeline hearing By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer The Texas Railroad Ownmiasion voted will sponsor a hearing on All American Pipeline application for a permit to operate a crude oU pipeline from McCaroey to The date for the hearing ttai not been set said Brian director of information services for the railroad coinmission voted traversing the Edwards Aquifer Recharge The pipeline was originally planned to go over the recharge zone in Comal and citizens here were the first to raise concerns over pollution of the State agencies and state representatives wbjpse districts in of the aquifer have asked ental y to nave Ths route prQgasjd in tte ap plication goes Uvough Hays an4 CaWweti linpAct We have to talk to the various Mjrtjjlfff concerned to djdtwmjne how imyyfr tjiflp will be necessary to prepare for the hearing before we set a Schaible said director also confirmed that in the past 30 years no common carrier pipeline has been turned down on environmental This will be the first hearing on a common carrier pipeline application in at least 30 There is hot a set procedure for a bearing because of Schaible We may have a preparing conference to allow the hearing examiner to draw out the general topic into pore see what wforroation the various sides want to hear frow the to the Texas law allows The pipeline plans this route   

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