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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 16, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                2A Msw WerafdZertung January a friend Winnie Bell Lucas takes Mabel Cook out for a stroll in the evening A resident of Eden Heights visits the Staff rjhrjtfi by John Ssnter Eden Home every day to visit the residents and to give Mabel a friendly NBISD trustees eye date for proposed bond issue trustees of the New Braunfels In dependent School District set the date for holding a public bond which is needed to meet that districts population Trustess plan to meet at in the library of New Braunfels High At a workshop meeting last trustees discussed calling for an approximate million bond issue sometime in This amount is according to the districts to construct a new elementary make im provement in current schools including air con ditioning and build a new office complex for the In other business trustees hear a report on the being done by Securities Associates SAI was hired by the district to conduct searches with drugsniffing dogs on local campuses for illegal drugs and The school district also employed this firm to present a drugalcohol education program to its Also school board members plan to evaluate the performance of a process done regularly by the school This may take place in executive Under new the board will consider a sprinkler system for the high schools athletic as well as requests from the Community Council of South Central Texas and the high school french Monthly tax office reports and financial reports will also be Deaths Elsa Knower Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park will be the site of graveside services for Elsa Reutlinger Knower of 547 Bill Weir of Colorado will conduct the service at 11 Knower died 14 at the Eden Home for the She was 84 years born 1898 in Her parents were Morris and Amelia Fleury She married George Knower in and he preceded her in death last A retired clothing store Knower had been a New Braunfels resident for the past She was a member of the Congregational church and the Northcliff Country She also belonged to the Sunset Country Club in She is survived by a Ginger Steirihagen of Canyon Lake a Wilbur Weir of Colorado and a George Knower of Richardson and seven Hilmar Gass Services are set for 7 Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home for Hilmar of 944 He died 14 at his and will be buried at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial The Friedrich Rest will conduct the funeral Gass was born In Spring Branch on April the son of Hugo and Hulda Schuetz He married Lonie Erfut on He lived in this area all his Taylor Communications IUSPS rwv If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New Dave Kramer General Manager Claude Scruggs Publisher Elnora Kraft Office Manager Robert Johnson Ted Winter Advertising Director Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor Kari Mitchell Sports Editor Scott Haring Wire Editor Uubacriptwn ftuteu In Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one In Texas 6 one Out of state 6 one Svmor Ciliiena Divcuunt In Blanco and Kendall Counties 6 2 one Send wttfMW to Drawer New Br aunf TX 781 30 and had been a New Braunfels resident for 35 Before his he was a packer at Mission Valley He was a member of First Protestant Gass is survived by his wife a Lucille Page of Bulverde a Elsie Griebat of New Braunfels and three Harry and all of New Pallbearers will be Dennis and Douglas Gass Elmer Grosser and Bernie Clyda Jean Thurman The Bill Arnold will conduct services for Clyda Jean Thompson at 10 Tuesday in Doeppenschmidt Fune ral Remains will lie in state from noon She will be buried in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial COMING SOON 1 HOUR FILM Developing LANDA FOTO 363 Landa Plaza iNiHi in Winn i 6255584 of 1751 died Satur 15 at the age of She was born in Illinois on July 1923 the daughter of Clyde She had been a New Braunfels resident for more than 20 and was a member of the Her mann Sons and the Baptist She married Chester Thurman on Thurman is survived by her husband a Dick Harkrider of San An tonio five two brothers six grand children and one great Selection time By JACQUELINE SMITH Staff writer v v v iv Court to choose panel for input on jail site M nrAotr Kiit Monday the names of the 11 Cornal Countians chosen to serve on a jail5ite selection committee will be made public in Commissioners The committees membership will consist of two residents from each of the four commissioners plus three members chosen by County Judge Fred Commissioners Court which will meet at 10 Monday at the Courthouse decided last week to appoint this jailsite panel to get the public more involved in the countys plans for building a new The court recognized that one day they may be asking that same public to pass a bond issue to pay for the new unless of course they decide on an alter nate financing method to pay for the new jail The county is required to have a new jail ready for occupancy no later than according to a federal lawsuit set tlement agreed upon last summer by Commissioners Court and Robert a former county in sued the county for alleged un constitutional jail In addition to naming the 11member jail site selection commissioners have a lengthy list of items to according to Mondays Leading the list are requests from County Constables James Ivy precinct 4 and Lester Jonas 3 for the replacement of two of their county The court will also consider a request from Jonas to amend his 1982 County insurance will also be a topic when the court considers advertising for bids for various types of insurance for county employees and Advertising will continue to be a topic when the court considers hiring a fulltime county The employment of such a person was considered by the court last but commissioners postponed authorizing the advertisements until theyd completed a detailed job descrip tion for the Other items on Mondays agenda in clude Announcement of official county holidays for Discussion of a maintenance agreement on a memowriter in the District Attorneys Discussion of a longdistance proposal as presented by ValueLine of New Consideration of final plat approval on the vacating and resubdividing of Lookout Discussion of a proposal to change a Corps of Enginers land After recessing for the court plans to reconvene at Monday to canvass the results of the Bulverde and North Bulvere special election held this past Weather in Local temperatures Fridays high was Saturdays was a chilly after an overnight low of Todays high is expected to stay in the and Mon days in the Tonights low will be i the Texas Clouds covered West and Southwest Texas as well as the Lower Rio Grande Valley Saturday while partly cloudy skies and light rain settled over most of South Clear skies dominated most of the rest of the state with fair con ditions over the the South Plains and Central Late afternoon temperatures were cool with readings in the 40s and 50s over the Anafternoon low of 38 degrees was recorded at Guadalupe Pass in West Texas while Corpus Christi reached 59 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 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 It was the first significant snowfall of the season for much of the which has had an unusually mild winter so ON ARBOR DAY JANUARY 21 Consider planting a pine tree is guaranteed to grow in our soil and climate and stay green all year It can be used as a Christmas The prices are in the HERMANS PINE TREE FARM FM 1863 4382797 HCWENfi TO BETfiV ICOULDHWE ADVERTISED IN THIS NOTICE OF CORRECTION for the current WINTER VISITORS GUIDE An error exists pertaining to the Schedule of Events and the Dates of the Texas Junior Miss Pageant on The HeraldZeltung Is solely responsible for the wrong date which Is an unintentional typograph ical error as printed In the current Winter Visitors Guide and regrets any Inconvenience it may THE CORRECT DATES ARE JANUARY 27th thru TEXAS JUNIOR MISS PAGEANT at the Civic Center Accumulations of more than 6 inches were reported by early af ternoon in the Catskill Mountains northwest of New York City and parts of inland New Jersey and northeastern The National Weather Service predicted more than a foot of snow in some parts of New including New York and inland NewEngland before the storms The fringes of the storm brought a mix ture of rain and snow to Maryland and In the a few snow showers were con tinuing over northern Wisconsin and northwestern rain showers were scattered over southern Texas and along the Oregon and northern California and fog continued to blanket the central valleys of Temperatures around the nation at 2 EST ranged from minus 1 at West to 75 at Los Florida was girding for its coldest chill of the expected Sunday night and early Polar Bear Ashburns Ci to TVy Our LICORICE wC STRA WBERRY Candies 2y RUSSELL STOLLEWERK SCHRIEWER ASSOCIATE INSURANCE AGENCY I just moved into an unfurnished house I am Ive furnished it with new The landlord says the premises are covered with a substantial insurance Do I need to carry my own insurance on my possessions It is almost always a good idea to insure personal posses sions and to not depend on someone elses This coverage is fairly inexpensive since it not cover trie struc ture Coverage will probably be in the Contents Broad Tenants Form or Form HO4 Coverage is against most oenis included in the typical homeowners Insurance carried by a landlord usually does not cover a tenants pos sessions as completely as most tenants Check with your agent to find the 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