New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 16, 1983, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 16, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 16, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas KS .luti^Wu Push from a friend A/if if h    L iCds takes Marie Cook o .* foe a str •r ever y A rgsid^T * of Frier Home every da/ to . s * *r e reo d*.-r ts and to gi /e Mabe a <f er dly p ash Ideo Heights vj brit vision, she visits *r'; NBISD trustees eye date for proposed bond issue T lr st lh/. t.* i ti r i ^ 11 lr; 4 - , . f r t . .. , » . , Cit Tuesday trustees of the New Braunfels lr* dependent School District will set the date fur boldin# a public bond i sue. which is needed to meet that districts population growth Trustess plan Pi meet at 7 ii) p rr* in the library of New Braunfels High Sc hoc I At a workshop meeting last week, trustees discussed calling for an approximate $9.3 million bond issue sometime m mid-February. This amount is needed, ar cording to the district’s administration, bi construct a nc*w elementary school, make improvement in current /hoofs (including air conditioning them, and build a new office complex for the administration In Cither busine, i Tuesday trustees will hear a report on the work being done by Securities Associates International SAI was hired by the district to conduct searches with drug-smff.ng dogs on local campuses for illegal drugs and alcohol The school district also employed this firm bi present a drug-alcohol education program to its students Also Tuesday, .school board members plan to evaluate the performance of Supt OK Hendrick a process done regularly by the school district The discussion, however, may take place in execute.* session Under new business, the briard will consider a sprinkler system for the high school s athletic field, as well as requests from the Community Count ii of South Central Texa s and th*- high school french < un Monthly tax office reports and financial reports will also be presented Deaths Elsa Knower Guadalupe- Valley Memorial Bark will be Hie site Cif graveside services for Mrs Klsa Heutlirig»-r Knower of 947 !*akeview Bill Weir of Colorado will c onduct the service at ll a rn. Monday Mrs Knower died Friday, Jan 14 at the helen Home for the Aged She was 84 years old, born (Jct 26, 1898 in Indianapolis Her parents were Morris and Amelia (Fleury) Kuetlinger She married George Knower Sr in 1943, arid Ik- preceded lier in death last month A retired c lothing store owner, Mrs Knower had been a New Braunfels resident for the past year She was a member of the Congregational church and the Northcliff Country Club She also belonged to the Sunset Country Club in Florida. She is survived by a stepdaughter, Ginger Steinhagen of Canyon I Kike; a son, Wilbur Weir Cif Colorado and a stepson,George Knower Jr of Richardson; and seven grandchildren Hilmar Gass Services are set for 7 p m Monday at Zoelier Funeral    Home    for Hilmar Gass, 73, of 944 Meyer. He died Friday, Jan 14 at his residence, and will be buried at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park The Rev Friedrich Rest will conduct the funeral service. Mr. Gass was born in Spring Branch on April 9, 1909, the son of Hugo and Hu Ida fSchuetz) Gass He married Ixinie Krfut on Sept 21, 1940. He lived in this area all his life, Hwrwld-Zritung * T ay Ic*» Corrirm,nu Elions (ne lUhPS VT I HWU lf you have    not    received    your    paper by 5 JO pm Tuesday    through    Friday or    by 7 30 arn Sunday, call 62b 9144 or 668 1900 by I p rn. and 11 a rn , recpeclively Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S Cestui! Ave, New Braunfels, TX 78130 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co, 186 S Casiell Ave., New Braunfels, TX /Bl30 Dave Kramer ............General Manager Claude Scruggs...............Publisher Elnora Kraft ......  Office Manager Holier! Johnson ....................Editor feel Winter..........Advertising    Director Don Avery    Circulation    Manager Carol Avery......... ,    .    Photocornp    Foreman Wanda I asater    ..........Kaleidoscope    Editor Kan Mitchell..................Sports    Editor Scott Haring ..................Wire    Editor Subscription Hates In Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco arid Kendall Counties 3 months,    $8    65;    6    months,    $15; one year, $2/ In Texas 6    months,    $24; one    year, $45. Out of suite 6 months. $30, one year, $50 Senior Citizens Jinn aunt In Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Bexar, Blanco and Kendall Coonties 6 months, $12, one year, $22 Postmaster Send address changes to P O Drawer ^61, New Braunfels. TX 78130_ and had been a New Braunfels resident for 35 years Before his retirement, he was a packer at Mission Valley Mills. He was a member of First Protestant Church Mr. Gass is survived by his wife; a daughter, Bud I Ie Page of Bulverde; a sister, Elsie Griebat of New Braunfels; arid three brothers, Clarence, Harry and Raymond, all of New Braunfels Pallbearers will tie Richard, Dennis and Douglas Gass; E J Fiedler, Elmer Grosser arid Bernie Ha a be Clyda Jean Thurman The Rev. Bill Arnold will conduct services for Clyda Jean Thompson at IO a.rn. 'Tuesday in Doeppenschmidt Funeral Horne. Remains will lie in state from noon today. She will be buried in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Mrs. COMING SOON! I HOUR FILM Developing LANDA FOTO 363 Lauda Pl... (Next to Winn s) 625-5594 MEAVENC TO BE TC^ HOULD Have ADVERTISED IN THI? CRATE! Selection time Court to choose panel for input on.jail site B, JACQUE!. NE SM TH S*a^ wetter Mondav the names A the ll Comal CeuntidfiS chosen to sarv t on a jai.~5.te selection committee anil be made public in CotnmxsszoRers Court The committee's membership will consol of two residents from each of the four commissioner s precincts, plus three members chosen by County Judge Fred Clark. Commissioners Court — which will meet at IO a rr, Monday a*, the Courthouse — decided .as*, wee* to appoint this jail-site panel to get the public more involved rn the county 5 plans for building a new jail. The court recognized that one day they may re asking tna*. -.ame public to pass a bond issue to pa} tor the sew facility, artless of course they decide on an alternate financing method to pa;- for the new Jail complex The county is rec-.red to have a new jail read;, for occupancy r.o .atef than August. 1995. according to a federal lawsuit settlement agreed upon last summer by Commissioners Court and Robert Delgado Delgado, a former county inmate. sued the county for alleged unconstitutional jail conditions In addition to naming the 11-member jail site selection committee, commissioners nave a lengthy list of items to tar.ice according to Monday’s agenda Leading the list are requests from County Constables James Ivy precinct 4 and Lester Jonas precinct 3 for the replacement of two of their county vehicles The court will also consider a request from Jonas to amend his 1962 budget County insurance will also be a topic when the court considers advertising for bids for various types of insurance for county employees and officials. Advertising will continue to be a topic when the court considers hiring a f ull-time county engineer The employment of such a person was considered by the court last wee* but comm! .loners postponed authorizing the advertisements until they d completed a detailed job description for the engineer Otner items on Monday's agenda include • Announcement of official county holidays for 1983. • Discussion of a maintenance agreement on a memowriter in the District Attorney s office. • Discussion of a .arg-distance proposal as presented by Value-Line of New Braunfels • Consideration of final plat approval on the vacating and resubdividing of Mt. lookout Subdivision • Discussion of a proposal to change a U.S. Corps of Enginer land easement. After recessing for lunch, the court plans to reconvene at I 30 p rn Monday to canvass the results of the Bulverde and North Bulvere special election held this past Saturday . Weather Locas temperatures Friday s high was 74 .Saturday s was a chilly 66. after an overnight tow of 45 Today s high is expected to stay it. the upper*'/; t. and Monday’s in the rmd-50s Tonight s low w*i. be in the upper-.'/. - Texas Clouds covered West and Southwest Texa a-well as the Iyjwer Rio Grande Valley Saturday while i skies ai •jettied •artly id ii iver ght mo nouay ram South Texa.'. Clear skie mo-it of the state w ith dominated rest of th* fair cen tile South ‘entral 'Ihurrnan, of 1791 Marigold, died Saturday, Jan. 15 at the age of 59 She was born in Kingsbury, Illinois on July 22,    1923; the daughter of Clyde Strothers. She had been a New Braunfels resident for more than 20 years, and was a member of the Hermann Sons and the Baptist church. She married Chester Thurman on Nov 21, 1977. Mrs. Thurman is .survived by her husband; a son, Dick Harkrider of San Antonio; five sisters, two brothers; six grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. ditions over Panhandle, the Plains and Texas. Late afternoon temperatures were coo. with readings in the 40; and SO* over the .-jtate Anafternoon low of 38 degrees was recorded at Guadalupe Pass in West Texas while Corpus Christi reached 59 degrees. The National Weather Service forecast called for continued cloudy skies with a chance of rain in South Texas and fair elsewhere with high temperatures Sunday ranging from the 40s to the 60s The Nation A powerful winter storm dumped more than 6 inches of snow on parts of southern New England and the mid-Atlantic states Saturday and spread sleet and rain as far south as Tennessee. It was the first significant snowfall of the season for much of the Northeast, which has had an unusually mild winter so far. ON ARBOR DAV JANUARY 21 Consider planting a pine tree that is guaranteed to grow in our soil and climate and stay green all year long. It can be used as a Christmas Tree. The prices are: *5.OO, *10.00 *20.00 in the pot. HERMANS PINE TREE FARM FN 186) 4)8-2797 NOTICE OF CORRECTION tor the current WINTER VISITOR'S GUIDE An error exists pertaining to the Schedule of Events and the Dates of the Texas Junior Miss Pageant on Page.16 The Heraid-Zeitung is solely responsible for the wrong date which is an unintentional typographical error as printed in the current Winter Visitor’s Guide and regrets any inconvenience it may cause THE CORRECT DATES ARE: JANUARY 27th thru 29th. TEXAS JUNIOR MISS PAGEANT at the Civic Center Accumulations of rn ire than 6 inches w ere reported by early afternoon in the Catskill Mountains northwest of New York City and parts of inland New Jersey and northeastern Pennsylvania. The National Weather Service predicted more than a foot of snow rn some parts of New York, including New York City, and inland New England before the storm’s end. The- fringes of the ^torm brought a mixture of rain and snow to Virginia, Maryland and Delaware. In the Midwest, a few snow showers were con-Uinuing over Michigan, northern Wisconsin and northwestern Indiana Elsewhere. rain showers were scattered over southern Texas and along the Oregon and northern California coast, and fog continued to blanket the central valleys of California. Temperatures around the nation at 2 p.m. FIST ranged from minus I at West Yellowstone, Mont., to 75 at I>os .Angeles. Flonda was girding for its coldest chill of the season, expected Sunday night and early Monday Polar Bear ^ ^ Ashburn’* ^ Our LICORICE - iwBfm t Candite musmc " RUSSELL STOLIEWERK SCHRIEWER & ASSOCIATE INSURANCE AGENCY ( 0 I lust moved into an unfurnished house I am leasing 1 ve furnished it with new furniture. 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