New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 3, 1987, Page 3

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Ze/fung New Braunfels Texas Friday April 3 1987 Page 3A CISD Hays wants planned growth for CISD's building projects By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Comal ISH trustee Hill Hays wants the school district to continue on its path of planned growth, he said Thursday Hays is one of two incumbent can didates running unopposed Saturday for two at large seats on the TISI) school board Hays is the chairman of CISD's construction committee and said he plans to carry through with the district s accomplishments The candidate said the district has made tremendous progress in building new facilities to handle an increasing student body Hass was elected to the school board* three years ago He said the school buildings were reaching capacity and the district was using portable buildings to till the needs at that time "We had some buildings that were really taxed bad They were overused." he said Since that time. the school district has completed major construction work and is in the midst of building new Canyon Middle School and Smithson Valley High School buildings We did our building relative to a five year plan Hays said. adding the plan included projected growth for the district We're already t>eginning to evaluate where we are and w hat we need he said Hays added his expertise as an engineer is beneficial to him in his position on the board He said hts largest contribution to the school district has t>een his work with the building committee, which meets about once a week When the candidate was first elected to the school board, tension between CISD patrons was at a peak "When I ran. that was in the midst of all the east west controversy That’s been greatly reduced." he said Communications between the patrons and the school district have been greatly improved in recent years and Hays said he hopes that trend continues The candidate credited members of the CISD administration w ith developing improved relations among school district patrons "I don t necessarily concentrate on representing the area I live in because I get input from thoughout the district. Hays said The candidate lives near Bulverde "Some people still don't feel that they are as involved or as taken care of as they should be but that s a very small numtter of people 'i ou hardly ever hear that comment any more " he said Goodson sees major issues as district growth, funding By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Leroy Goodson Comal Isl) board president said earlier BmLiv the most pressing need facing th** m h.el district i** the completion of • arrent building projects W** need to • ump **•*    '.* ;ew Smithson \ a le\ H a! '« * -    •* as possible he said adding that completion will gtv»* the Bulverde schools a chance to expand The new hig* v h<* and ’he con struct ion of ,i new * any** M idle school jre two of the major props is approved bs Cl SD voters i ! * ttond election Woodson is unopposed in his bid for reelection He and Bill Hay ar* s»*»*Xtng two at urge yM,*%    *?    th*- CIS!) school board Woodson has served on the Inland for lo years The candidate I' a former tea* her arid now aorss as the general manager of fht lexasW tier Cooser* at ton \sso« alum in Austin He said the completion of the the current proje* t> w dl n*»t be th** end of the s. h*»*>l dlstn* * - grow” I think the board ms*ds to rootinue monitor th** growth and the needs of the district he said Despite a slump in growth in most of the stat** Good son said schools in the Comal district continue to gain new students almost dully The can didate said one of th** biggest issues in education is one that will direct In afft***! Cis!) student' that of state funding tor programs such as voca t tonal edut at ion I ti nk the major concern tor our school district n the future is the redistribution of finances for projects that are Unrig r*-du> ed by the state t«* said The candidate added that while the school district already pa k' up j large jxirtion of the tab tor vocational programs the board may have to consid**r allo* ating more funds fur such classes if the state reduc es support I think that you need a well * rounded academic program as well as a vocational program to meet the I «***d\ of all students I think \ou nee**.! to provide an educational program br even student' whether a student is college t*rind or hound to join the work tor * * * G****dson said tie added that before increasing funding for Override frees funds, speed limit up by summer DALI.AS AP Texans max U able t»* drive *> • mpf on vll.e r ad'a' earl) a' 'hi' summer • w that ’fit senate has overrigid* I *' '«•: Reagan s veto <d a f. gh • iv t -’at* officials 'av Thursday s ov err*. 1«* ais** freed >*•* million in federal funds tor us*- rn Texas this vra! *' , '    *•    *r’ at*Kit -X* 14 » Jo!1' m or 'fib t in and related activit «*s State I s*| n'niei .? *»f Highway spokeswoman Marc) (ioodflcisch said I he bill allows    • , r.. '« ti,• sjMfil limit from .to* rapt on most st ret* ties of interstate t gh w av s and includes more than I •* high w av dc* mons ti at i» rn projcsts bt *» ma « fur l rid iv ut ua I lawmakers has r**er. very positive because we know we can go to work on projects that are now needed Ms Goodfletsch 'aid sh** said an estimated 2 . jot)' are created with every million dollars spent on highway projects The department will t**gin letting con tract' almost immediately We have u*en postponing projects for a while now and a' early as I k*c ember 'tarted using some major stat** dollar' for these* projects that would hav** t**t*n Jet t*v federal dollars sin 'aid citing the new brn1g« in Baytown .n Southeast I «*\as a' an example The stale is free to raise* tile limit to * mph on J, 422 mites of interstate highways but not on *04 more urban Reaction iii tin* wtiole department miles n • Anniversary • Sidewalk Sale Thur., Fri. & Sat. April 2, 3& 4 OuUwu CWM    Sk* 688 Walnut Square    625-9509 EVERYTHING PRICED TO SELL 10% Off in Store Purchases Many Items-Half Price Thanks to You We’re Celebrating Our 7th Year! Toys - Games - Baby Accessories dottles - Wall Hangings Many Unique & Reasonably Priced Easter Gifts For all Ages Stocks vocational programs the board would have to look into how many students are involved in the classes The candidate said the vocational programs have been popular with student' in the district s two high schools < anyon High School and Smithson \ alley Another funding issue* facing the school district is that of teachers salaries Goodsnn 'aid I think the district is going to have to look very closely at our teachers salaries to be competitive with neighboring school districts I think now we're a little lower he said Because all i Isl) bourd trustee'' are •*!evt**d at large Goodson said he think' each member consciously tries to represent the* entire district which overlaps into Guadalupe Kendall H.»y > and Bexar counties < *ur board is verv cognizant of the district s diversity and magnitude I feel lh** issues I give consideration to I give consideration to the effects on th** district .rn a whole I think the board i' the same way I think the et loris have been made to represent all the patrons in the district I feel as obligated to represent th** patron' from Bulverde or ( anyon Lake a' I do to the people who live next door he 'aul Hvrald-Zeitung USPS37T90C Put shed Sunday •■norr ng Tuesday Aednexaay Thursday and Er day aMernocvn b» New Braunle'X Nereid PyD> sr ng Co . .de S Casten Ave or PO Dra*er 31132S Ne* Braon*f s Texas ’SUI 1328 Second C ass oos’age pa d Oy New Braunites Hfri a Publishing Co a* New Braunfels Texas DAVID K R AVER Editor ana Publisher J V A E B R E Vanag ng E CO or DE BORAM LARENCE Ott.ce Vanager SAND HUTTER Ret.* Advert sng Vanager CHERYL V CAVPBE.t Class t.ed Vanager CAROL AVE R Y C r c uI a11on V anage* V A cj GIE: _ O V H A R DO Compos'’ on Foreman GUS ELBF L Pressroom Foreman DANAO VE RvTREt T City Ed.tor .VANDA LAS ATE » L test vies Editor TOV L ABiNSK Sports Editor SuDSc r.pt.on Rates * I ne tudes appoc ame sa.es tax » Carrier delivery in Comal Guadalupe Nays Bianco and Kendall coonties three months SIO 89 six months SIR 02 one year iu Sen.or C Mens Discount carrier delivery only six mon tbs USBI one year $ ZU 6V Val deliver y outside Comal County n Texas three months SIV 13 Six months IU one year SAJ 75 Vail outside Texas six months S42 one year S’O it you have not received your newspaper by 5 30 p rn Tuesday through Friday or by 7 30 a rn Sunday call 62SVU4 or 658 I YOC by 7pm and ll a rn respective 1 iv Postmaster Send address changes lo PO Drawer 3DJ28 New Braunfels Texas 78131 1328 I Price slip NEW YORK 'AF* Stock prices slipped lower in early trading on Wall Street today The Dow Jones average of :J0 industrials was down 6 25 at 2,314 20 as of IO a rn EST Declining issues outpaced advancers by a margin of 6-to-5. with 582 stocks down, 482 up and 466 un changed on the New York Stock Ex change Volume totaled 30 15 million shares in the first half hour of trading Thursday's drop in the bond market contributed to today’s sell mg. said Jack Baker, an analyst w ith Shearson Lehman Brothers Inc Topping the NYSE most active list was Carolina Power & Light, which w as unchanged at 38 * Among the big gainers were I p john. which rose 2 to 125. Philip Mor tis. w hich rose I". to 88 *.. and Texas Instruments, which rose I1 > to 19414 Big losers included Teledyne which dropped 1\ to 330. and J C Penney , which slipped to99’ * The NYSE s composite index of all its listed common stocks lost 62 to 166 14 On the American Stock Ex change the market value index was up 12 at 135 16 On Thursday the Dow Jones in dustrial average rose I 40 to 2 320 45 Gainers outpaced losers bv a margin of about ll to-7 with 'HO stocks up 610 down and 4oo unchanged NYSE volume totaled 182 05 million shares against 182 63 million the previous session NKW 5 GKK AP Morning 'tocxs High I AIU I,as' AMR Corp >2 . 52 * 52 ■ Amt'an s 48 j 47 * 48 Amen tech s 88 . 87. KH . AMI In* 19* * 19 lf* . Am Motors 4 , i 4 4 . AmStand 48!. 47 . 4H . Airier I & I 24 . 33 *4 24 Ammo 85 84 85 Armcolnt IO * IO* i IO *. AtlHa hfld 86 , 85 ii** Ban* Texas 9-16 Heil At Ian Mi , 85 * so BellSouth s 40;. . 40 . Beth Sloe J J i „ ll ■ Borden s 57'* 56', 57 Caterpllr 49'* 48', 49'4 Centel 60‘* 60 60 Chevron 59*4 58', 59 Chrysler s 56'h 55*4 56 Chryslr wi 37N 37'* 377n Coastal s 30'. 30 * 4 CocaCola s 45 44'n 44 4 Coleman 37 36*4 367n Colg Palm 46 45', 45*4 Coml Met I s 18 18 18 DeltaAirl 57'4 56'» 56" n DiamShm 17 16*. 167n DigitalKq s 169'4 164 169 DowChem 80'. 7n79>4 80* 2 Dressrlnd 28 27*4 28 duPont 117*4 114'. 117 KstKodak 76N 76U 76', Knserch 221 n 22 22'. Kntexlnc 16 V 157n ISL Kxxon 89 88' 4 88*. FederalCos 49; 4 47 . 49'* Firestone :36l4 35 * 36 4 FtBcpTex 4>y 4 4'. Flower Ind 26 ■- 257 n 26' 4 Ford Mot s 86>. 847n 86 GAF Cp s 53*. 52' 4 53G GTE Corp s 40*4 :t9-. 40' 4 GnDynam 71*. 71G 71 1 N GenElec 106 105 106 GenMilIs s 50 49'. 50 Gen Motors 78* -a 78 78 . GnMotr F 35*4 35*4 35*. Goodrich 55 'n 54 55»n Goodvear 59 56 '4 59*, GtAtlPac 33‘x 327* 33 Gulf Stat t 8 . 8 - 8 'n Haiiburtn 36*4 35 * I 36' * HolidayCorp 82 , 82** 82 4 HolidayCp wi 181 4 18 18* 4 Houstlnd 35*4 :15'n 35, HughesT! 14* 4 14 14' 4 Interfst 51 2 5 . 5 *. IBM 147 4 145 146 - Int Paper 109 . 108 109 JohnsJn 88’. 87*. 88". K mart *>4 , 637 * 64 *. Kroger s T4 , 14 - 34 . vjLTA Cp 3G 3'. 3*4 Litton Ind 9(J 89 4 89 . Ixine'ta Ind 39*. 3914 39, Lowes 31 . 31 31 *- M< orp ION IO*. IO * 4 MavDSt s 46 . 46 46*. Medtronic 85 84*4 85 Mobil 49 . 48 . 49 . Monsanto 79 78 . 79 Motorola 57* 4 55', 57 \av istar 7 * % S7* <1» Nvnex 65 . 04 , 65 . PacTel s 26-. 26'. 26*. Penney JC IOO1* 99 997. Phelps Dud :*)*. 30*. jU'1, PhilipPet 16 4 16 16*4 Polaroid 76'. 75', 76 . ProctGamb 93 91 . 92 . Pubis Nu Mx 36 . 16* 4 36 KepBankCp 22 21 *. 22 Sabine 17 4 IT * 17 SFeSouPat 39:. .19'. ,39'* • 53?. 52' 4 53 -i Nhen* mVA m 37 36 - 37 Singer Co 467 n 46* n 46*- Southern Co 26‘n 26*4 26- Southland 51 *4 49G 51*4 SwstBell 1157n 112'-, 115', StdOil 70*4 70'n 70'*. SunComp 697n 69*, 69'. TNP Fnt 227n 22 , 22 , Tandy 49*4 487n 49 Templlnld s 64-, 63G 64 Tenneco 487n 48 , 48 . Texaco Inc 37 •* 37*. 37'. TexAmBnch 137n 137n 137. TexComBn 317n 31 *4 3D 4 TexFastn 35G 35'-, .35 , Texaslnd 29', 29'. 29’ Texas Inst 196*4 193*4 194 Tex I til 33 32*i 327. Textron 691. 68', 68 , Tyler 14', 14*4 14' CSX Corp 28-. 28G 28* I n( arbde 28*4 27 28G L nPact p 79G 78' 78* CS West s 54', 54G 54' CniTel 30 29*4 29" - Unocal 39*4 39 39*. W’alMart 57', 56*. 57*. WestghFl 66* n 65*. 66 Xerox T'p 76*. 75G 76*. Zen I th F 27* n 26', 27 OTC Provided bv Knibbe F inancial Group Inc 755 Loop 337 Suite D Quotes are a' of closing yesterday High Low Last AT&T 237. 2:1'- 237. Coleman 37* n 36 a 367. Chrysler 56 * - 54 . 56 . I)eere 27 , 26*4 27 . Fntex 16 15*. . 15', Exxon 88*. as*. 88', Ford 87 83 , 85', GM 78 , 77 * 4 78', Hughes Tool I 3 7n 12, I 3 7. Halliburton 35 , 34 , 35*. Kemper 34 33 . 33*4 KMart 63 a 617n 63 *. Lube 31 29 N 31 Mobil 48*4 47 4 48 Pillsburv 417. 41*. 41'. SW Bell 117 115', 115*4 Tandy 48 47 - 47 . Texaco 377n 36*. 377. WalMart 57G 56 56 i WPPeppereli 63*4 62 63*4 DERYL CLARK and LESLIE KRIEWALDT make pictures worth a thousand words in the Hvrald-Ztitung & 1 Mixt im comme i to* nm auMftt" : CITY COUNCIL A HARDWORKING, DECISIVE LEADER M rob Ut. by Bong Millor Camp. Jap Begar* Trap. ;

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