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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 3, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas CISD Hays wants planned growth for CISOs building protects SARAHBUKI Staff Writer Comal tSD trustee Sill Mays wants the school district to continue oh its path of planned he said Hays Is one of two incumbent can didates running unopposed Saturday for two aMarge seats on the CtSD school Hays is the chairman of ClSDs construction committee and said he plans to carry through with the districts The candidate said the district has made tremendous progress in building new facilities to handle an Increasing student Hays was elected to the school board three years He said the school buildings were reaching capacity and the district was using portable buildings to fill the needs at that We Had some buildings that were really taxed they were he Since that the school district has completed major construction work and is itt the midst of building new Canyon Middle School and SmUhSon Valley High School We did our building relative to a fiveyear Hays adding the plan Included projected growth for the Were already beginning to evaluate where we are and what we he Hays added his expertise as an engineer is beneficial to him In his position on the He said his largest contribution to the school district has been his work with the building which meets about once a When the candidate was first elected to the school tension CiSb patrons was at a When 1 that was in the midst of all the eastwest thats been greatly he Communications between the patrons and the school district have been greatly improved In recent years and Hays said he hopes that trend The candidate credited members of the CtSD ministration with developing improV ed relations among school district I dont necessarily concentrate on representing the area I live in because t get input from thoughout the Hays The can didate lives near Some people still dont feel that they are as involved or as taken care of as they should but thats a very small number of You hardly ever hear that comment any he Goodson sees major issues as district funding By SARAH DUKE Staff Writer Leroy Comal ISO board said earlier today the most pressing need facfng the school district is the completion ol current building We need to complete the new Smithson Valley High School as soon as he adding that completion will give the Bulverde schools a chance to expand The ncsv high school and the con struction of a new Canyon Middle School are two of the major projects approved by CISD voters in a 1985 bond election Goodson is unopposed in his bid for reelection He and Bill Hays are seeking two atlarge spots on the CISD school board Goodson has served on the board for 10 years The candidate is a former teacher and now works as the general manager of the Texas Water Conservation Assocalion in Austin He said the completion of the the current projects will not be the end of the school districts growth 1 think the board needs to continue to monitor the growth and the needs of the he Despite a slump in growth in most of the Goodson said schools in the Comal district continue to gain new students almost The can didate said one ol the biggest issues in education is one that will directly affect CISD students that of state funding for programs such as voca tional education I think the major concern for our school district in the future is the redistribution of finances for projects that are being reduced by the he said The candidate added that while the school district already picks up a large portion of the tab for vocational the board may have to consider allocating more funds for such classes if the state reduces support 1 think that you need a rounded academic program as well as a vocational program to meet the needs of all students I think you need to provide an educational program for every whether a student is college bound or bound to join the work Goodson said He added that before increasing funding for Override frees speed limit up by summer DALLAS AP Texans may be able to drive 65 mph on some roads early as this summer now that the Senate has overridden President Reagan veto of a highway state officials say Thursdays override also SHSo million in federal funds for UM in Texas this year which will support about jobs in construction and related State Department of Highways spokeswoman Marcs Goodfleisch said The bill allows stales to raise UK speed limit from i3 to tv mph on most stretches of interstate highwas and includes more than luo highwax demonstration projects tailor made for individual lawmakers Keaction in the whole department Sidewalk Sale April 688 Walnut Square 6259509 IVIRYTHING PRICiD 1 0 Of fin Store Purchases Many ItemsHalf Price rhanks to You Were Celebrating Our 7th Year Toys Games Baby Accessories Clothes Wall Hangings AAany Unique flWT 999 has been very positive because we know we can go to svork on projects that are now Ms Goodfleisch said She said an estimated 23 7 jobs are created with every million dollars spent on highway projects The department will begin letting con tracts almost immediately We have been postponing projects for a while and as early as December started using some major state dollars for these projects that would have been let b federal dollars citing the bridge in in Southeast Texas an example The Male frttto raise the limit to nipt on I lS2 miles of interstate but nut on TIM more urban vocational the board would have to look into how many students are involved in the The candidate said the vocational programs have been popular with students in the districts two high schools Canyon High School and Smithson Valley Another funding issue facing the school district is that of teachers Goodson I think the district is going to have to look very closely at our teachers salaries to be competitive with neighboring school I think now were a little he said Because all CISD board trustees are elected at Goodson said he thinks each member consciously tries to represent the entire which overlaps into Hays and Bexar Our board is very cognizant of the districts diversity and magnitude 1 feel the issues 1 give consideration 1 give consideration to the effects on the district as a whole I think the board is the same way I think the ef forts have been made to represent all the patrons in the district I feel as obligated to represent the patrons from Bulverde or Canyon Lake as 1 do to the people who live next he said HvraldZeitung USPS377 800 Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfeis Herald Publishing 186 Casteli or Drawer New Texas 78131 Second Class postage paid by New Braunfeis Herald Publishing at New DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIM WEBRE Managing Editor DEBORAH LAWRENCE Office Manager I SANDI HOTTER Retail Advertising Manager CHERYL Me CAMPBELL Classified Manager CAROL AVERY Circulation Manager MAGGIE LOMBARDO Composition Foreman GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman DANAOVERSTREET City Editor WANDA LASATER Lifestyles Editor TOM LABINSKI Sports Editor Subscription Rates includes applicable tax Carrier delivery m Blanco and Kendall three six one Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery only six mon one Mail delivery outside Cornai in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one If you have not received ypur newspaper by p m Tuesday through or by can 6259144 or 658 1900 by 7 and 11 respective iy Postmaster Send address to Prayyer 78131 1328 Stocks Price s Southern 46 46 28 2614 iZ6 SIM NEW YORK AP Stock prices slipped lower in early trading on Wall Street Chrysler s Chryslfwl Coastal 56Vfc 37 55 37 56 sih StdOil SunCdmf f NP iim 70 70 70 69 69 22 22 The Dow Jones average of 30 48 49 dustrials was down at b 63 64 Declining issues outpaced CottilMetl s 18 18 18 Texaco Inc 48 48 37 37 37A 13 13 13 vancers by a margin of 31 31 582 stocks 482 up and 466 unchanged on the New York Stock DowChem 80 80 4 Texaslhd Texas 35 35 29 29 29 193 194 32 32 Volume totaled million 68 68 in the first halfhour of Thursdays drop in the bond market contributed to todays Entexlnc Exxon FederalCo 16 89 15 88V4 15 88 USX Corp UnCarbde 14 14 4 28 28 28 27 28 78 78 said Jack an analyst 54 Shearson Lehman Brothers 29 29 Topping the NYSE most active list was Carolina Power FordMots 86 84 52 V4 86 53 WalMart V4 39 39 57 56 57 66 65 66 was unchanged at Corp 75 76 Among the big gainers were 26 27 which rose 2 to Philip which rose to and Texas which rose 1A to 194 GenMillss Gen Motors GnMotr 50 49 78 50 78 Big losers included which dropped to and which slipped to The NYSEs composite index of GtAtlPac GulfStaUt 33 8 36 32 8 33 8 by Knibbe Financial 755 Loop Suite Quotes are as of closing its listed common stocks lost On the American Stock the market value index 14 Low Last 23 23 23 up at 36 36 On the Dow Jones 54 56 dustrial average rose to 26 27 Gainers outpaced losers by a K 15 15 RRij of about with 940 stocks 3 8 OU H OO 87 834 85 610 down and 409 77 78 volume totaled million 3 1 2 1 3 against million the 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