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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Texas Superintendent in Seguin resigns post November Stiff writer The Seguin Independent School District is beginning a search for a new superintendent following Clarence Frases Frase submitted his resignation to the school board during an executive session at the boards meeting Tues 1 Frase has worked in the Seguin school district for 30 years his en tire educational Frase said Thursday that his deci sion to resign was a result of dif ferences with the school The differences are more of a philosophical nature than anything Frase They the board and I felt they could be dealt with if I Frase declined to explain the dif Karen president of school agreed that resignation was based philosophical differences thai the the on the board and Frase had tried to work Residents contain house fire Quick thinking from helpful neighbors prevented a fire in Ca nyon Lake from causing major damage to a home in the Westhaven a member of the Canyon Lake Fire said a police scanner apparently had a short in it and caught on fire in the The scanner was upstairs in the twostory The owner of the home got help from neighbors when she discovered the fire and called the fire S k I n h e r commended the neighbors action in containing the It could have been a catastrophe but the womans friends kept it from becoming a major He said the men had doused the fire before the firemen Skinner estimated the fire caused around worth of damage to the chair and Weather Texas A winter moving slowly eastward out of the Colorado prompting the Jlational Weather Service to cancel a storm watch for northern sec tions of the Texas f The storm watch had called for as touch as four inches of snow in ex frme northern sections of the Manhandle and for some snow and freezing precipitation to fall as far south as the Permian Forecasters early today said the Storm was weakening and the precipitation would move far enough north to leave the Panhandle with on ly some light snow flurries and some Ifeht freezing No significant accumulation was jA flash flood watch was issued lo for the northeast half of North including the cities of Tyler and Forecasters said radar indicated large areas of riain and showers extending from the Red River southward to the Hill Country associated with a slow mov Deaths Edna Kane Services are pending at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home for Edna Kane of 2 Box died at McKenna Memorial Births and David 890 and Johnny 711 7 5 and Ken 9 3 oz 4 and Augustine and Brian 1241 It was a mutual agreement deci she When asked if the board anticipated the Baker said the liming kind of sur prised Baker said the board will meet Monday lo discuss appointing an ac ting Frases resignation becomes effec tive His contract with the school district was to have expired in June Frase said although he has no definite plans for the he hopes to remain in the field of Im not ready to just go home and work in the he I would think that I would like to go in some direction that would keep me in the education field or possibly go into some area of Frase went to work for the Seguin school district in iir5 as a high school lie went from that position to business manager and then was made assistant He became superintendent in Study hall Students in Audrey Schroeders accelerated senior English class line the New Braunfels High School halls as they work on their Students at New Braunfels High School have been having classes in hallways and outdoors LESLIE because of airconditioning problems at the Some teachers said it would be about a week before the air conditioner would be Arts commission funding for cultural groups By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer generosity turned a chore into a tribute to the arts at Wednesday nights Arts and Cultural Commission Billie Keiiner and Sue spokeswomen for the Kindertarizer originally requested to buy costumes and a portable sound Then they heard a request for in roof repairs from Elizabeth director of Circle Arts and offered to lower their request to leaving about available for Circle I think Im going to said Jan commission Stephany also on the This is why 1 just love The purpose of Wednesdays meeting was to decide which special projects would receive money from the commissions second round of contingency 11 was agreed earlier this year that seven arts and cultural organizations would divide 15 percent of the Com missions total 20 percent share of the local hotelmotel room occupancy The other 5 percent is put into a special projects which is distributed after a quarterly review of special funding The Greater New Braunfels Arts Council and the Compania de Danza Folklorica split the first 5 percent allocation last summer when the commission had available for the The Arts Council received to help bring the Texas Opera Theatre to and was allocated to the Folklorica dance troupe to help buy costumes and repair This time City Secretary Veronica Sarkozi said with six ac counts still the commission had about available for the second round of continguency She estimated the final total would be right at Three requests were tossed around at Wednesday nights but only two were approved by the com About 95 children are enroll ed in a German folk dance group instructed by Melitta The roof at Circle Arts was damag ed by last years harsh and will not survive another one like Elliott said she was given a repair but the group would appreciate whatever monetary sup port the commission could The third request came from Texas Junior Miss who were asking for to help defray production costs for the annual event at the New Braunfels Civic Speaking for the Ted Cook said the Texas Junior Miss program is a definite drawing cardfor the ci Its been here 28 its grow ing and before too much youll see it on See Page 10A VISUAL COMFORT VDTs Are you suffering from eye strain when working at video display term inal Answer these questions to be sure Do your eyes burn or sting after working at a VDT for under two hours Does the display material become blurry Do you lose your power of concentration Do your eyes or water after working at a VDT for under two hours Do you tire easily when working at a VDT The use of VDTs is expected to increase in the work environment so it is important that visual problems associated with its use be If you answered yes to any of these you should see your Professional eye care can make SEEING and USING your more Brought to you as a community service by Henry 147 Frertericksburg New 78130 ing cold The cold front was located at dawn along a line from near Paris to south of Elsewhere forecasts called for scattered to numerous showers and thunderstorms over North Texas and South Texas through Widely scattered showers were forecast for theConchu It was to remain fair to partly cloudy over the rest of West Lows tonight will range from the over northern secclions of the state to near 70 in South Highs Saturday will be mostly in the 50s and ids with a few readings expected to reach into the lower 70s in southern sections of the Low clouds covered the eastern twothirds of Texas early today ex cept in deep South Texas where skies were It was cloudy over the Panhandle and Edwards Plateau and clear over extreme West Early morning temperatures were in the lower iOs from the Panhandle southward into the Hig Bend Headings in the 40s were common over most of North Central Texas while temperatures in South Texas were in the lower Extremes ranged from 30 at Lubbock and El Paso to 74 at Other early morning temperatures around the state included 31 at 42 at Wichita 48 at Fort 51 at 68 at 72 at San 73 at Corpus 73 at 45 at San 30 at 3G at Midland and 30 at El Forecast South Texas Scattered to numerous thunderstorms southeast and south tonight and Tur ning colder all but extreme south Mostly cloudy and cool Lows tonight from the 40s Hill Country to 50s north to near 70 extreme Highs Saturday from the 60s north to 70s New 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