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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 20, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfeto January County hires engineer to inspect annex By DORIAN MARTIN Staff writer Comal County Commissioners unanimously voted Thursday to hire structural engineer Edmund Seidel to review complaints about the courthouse I dont think we have a choice in the said County Judge Fred who was contacted by County Auditor Bate estimated the cost of the analysis will be based on an hourly That Bond told the is in line with other engineers estimates and will be payed out of the countys fund for courthouse Seidel will be aided by county employees in reaching inaccessible areas in the He indicated he could start pretty Bond In other County Road Administrator Bodo Dietert asked commissioners to consider hiring a parttime secretary and authorizing bids for work clothes for road department Both items passed Dietert also recommended designating Sechoentahl Road to receive of surplus funds given by the Commissioners approved this Commissioners also authorized Precinct 4 Justice of the Peace Curly Smiths move to the James Smith The new which has two offices and two will cost a which includes The old rent was a which did not include Commissioners accepted roads in Inland Estates and some of Sattler Village into the unit road The court also approved York Creek Hunter Twin Creeks Unit II and Woodlands Unit Nancy Kosser Gay Morgan Calendar of Events Organizations Chamber of Commerce 7 annual Civic FullGospel Business Mens Fellowship Schymas If you would like to announce your organizations activities in the call us at 6259144 or send a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 Morgan honored by CISD Winners listed at CHS show Wlnnera in the Canyon High School Future Far mers of America livestock Show braved cold temperatures and lots of clouds at the Comal County Faiirgrounds last Swine winners were Kyla grand and Scott reserve Cole Reinarz won the grand champion award for his while Ryan Richter took reserve Steer winner was Dudley who captured both grand and reserve champion Don Wenzel won the grand champion award for his and Mike Wallech won Showmanship awards went to Jay swine lambs and Laura Judging was done by David vocational agriculture teacher at Somerset High School in San WiWiNtf WONT PO SVHS speech students fourth at Boerne Smithson Valley High School students won two firsts and placed fourth overall in the Boerne In vitational Speech Tournament last Kay Wallings speech students took the top four places in the poetry interpretation They Weather were Amy first Cheri second Patti third and Jennifer Roxy Veit won first in the prose interpretation while Gubser was fourth and Evans Nancy kindergartenfirst grade teacher at Comal Elementary and Gay Bulverde Middle School will receive Comal ISOs Teacher and Employee of the Month awards for Its neat to see students begin to learn in Kosser said in her ninth year at I find it very rewarding to know I am helping set the foundation of their future A native of Kosser graduated from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos and taught three yeas at She began her CISD stint as a teacher aide at Frazier Elementary School before taking her present position at Her is an assistant football coach at Canyon High They have three ages 11 to As a middle Morgan wears many Shes and in her own substitute She said her substitute mother credentials come through three of her own children who went through Bulverde schools and graduated from Smithson Valley High Morgan also received a plaque last year for her support and service to Bulverde and Canyon Lake area during Alcohol and Drug Awareness She is in her ninth year as Bulverde Middle School Temperatures Highs today and Saturday will be in the low but look out for a low tonight in the low 20s with a wind chill factor early Saturday morning of minus This mornings low was and yesterdays high was Lake level Canyon Lake stood at this compared to yesterdays level of Texas A lowpressure trough edging west across Texas early today brought mostly cloudy skies to the with snow and freezing drizzle in the prompting travelers advisories to be A travelers advisory was issued for the Panhandle and West Texas east of the where southerly winds brought light snow and produced slick and hazardous light drizzle dampened the lower Rio Grande Valley while a few breaks in the cloudiness occurred in far West and Southeast the weather service Predawn temperatures were generally in the 20 and with a few readings in the teens in the northern Extreme readings at 4 ranged from a very cold 15 degrees at Amarillo to 39 at Winds were east to northeast across the eastern half and southeast elsewhere at 5 to 10 n Friends call saves life EYE OPENERS By Henry Hull CHOOSING A CONTACT LENS PRACTITIONER Q How do you tind a qualified contact lens practitioner A It is best to start by asking friends who wear contact len ses successfully about the optometrist who fit You can also telephone your local optometric association and ask for recommendations in your Find out how experienced the practitioner is and whether or not he carries and gas permeable lenses manufactured by several different Your best fit may not be the brand that is advertised on Very often the optometrist himself will teach you how to insert and remove your new contact Just as that job may be left to an The assistant should be and careful when working with In addition to learning how to insert and remove your you should be instructed in how to care for your lenses and provided with a starter kit for doing Patient education is an integral part ot a successful contact lens fit ting Be sure that your optometrist can be reached in or makes provisions for emergency Be certain that he will see you at frequent intervals after the initial and that he will try other lenses on you if the initial pair do not prove Brought to you as a public service by Henry 147 Frederickiburg Deaths I Horoscope Frieda Klein Funeral services for Frieda Elizabeth Ebert Klein of Marion will be at 2 Saturday at Johns Lutheran Church in Burial will follow at the churchs The James Witschorke of Marion will Remains will lie in state at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home until noon died Thursday night at Colonial Manor Nursing She had been in the nursing home since Born 1895 in she was the daughter of Fritz and Sophie nee Reininger The Eberts were a well known pioneer family in the Marion A lifetime resident of she married Klein on June 1916 in Survivors include a Ferdyne Rittimann of New Braunfels a Alma Ebert of San Antonio a Walter Ebert of Houston two grand childen and three great Arthur Tausch Funeral arrangeme nts are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Arthur Tausch of 063 Krueger Tausch died Friday morning at McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of Wanda Reimer Funeral arrangeme nts are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Wanda Reimer of 631 Lakeview Reimer died By Stella Wilder JANUARY 20 Born you are given the great but you are fortunate in escaping those equally great lows that usually alternate with periods of You have been gifted with intelligence and You know instinctively what others are going through when hard times are upon them you never add to the burden of the already over You are selfreliant to the point of con sidering it a fault on rare you do not perform as a in dependent Your life is destined to be cyclical in nature in terms of personal Times of rewarding friendship will be followed by however of It will be up to you to store enough memories from the former to take you through the Also born on this date are George Bums and To see what is in store for you find your birthday and read the corresponding Let your birthday star be your daily By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY Recently a problem occurred that I hope never occurs but in case it I want to know how to handle A friend who lives 300 miles away started writing letters containing threats of She is divorced with a 6yearold became so I telephoned At first she seemed then she became hysterical and started shouting things that made no sense at Among other things she threatened to kill her daughter and then commit Then she hung I was terribly so I called her She went into a rage vowing to kill her child and Then she hung up I tried frantically to reach her her brothers and her who live near but I could reach no Finally I called my neighbor over who urged me to notify the police in my friends so thats what I The police picked her up and she was subsequently Shes better but she has never forgiven me for disrupting her My husband says I was wrong to have called the but what were my alternatives I couldnt take a chance on her carrying out her If I had called a minister or she wouldnt have let them How would you have handled it GOOD INTENTIONS DEAR GOOD Just as you Its sometimes necessary to disrupt a life in order to save I hope your friend comes to realize that you acted in her best In the dont Judge her too She could still be far from DEAR ABBY I am the grandmother of a very 20monthold boy who resides in a state in which seat belts for children under 4 years old became mandatory right after the first of the No matter how tightly this child is strapped into his seat he can pull a Houdini act and wiggle out of I have seen him do it even while he was wearing a bulky winter coat He refuses to ride in a car unless hes sitting on someones and he absolutely will not buckled in any kind of seat bribing and reasoning have not I am worried sick that his mother will have an accident wlule trying to force that child to stay buckled Please MISSOURI GRANDMOTHER DEAR GRANDMOTHER There is an obvious power struggle going on between your daughter and her young son and the boy is Advise her to consult her local safety council motor vehicle division for some helpful And if this precocious ZOmonthold is already calling the your daughter should take a course in or the boy will have her jumping through the hoops before hes DEAR ABBY I recently celebrated an im portant birthday and received many lovely A friend casually mentioned on seeing the stack of cards that I would be very tired by the time I had written thankyou notes for all those does a person have to write thankyou notes for cards WRITERS CRAMP DEAR CRAMP No one has to acknowledge But those with the best manners acknowledge everything cards Every teenager should know the truth about sex and how to be For Abbys send and a stamped 37 self addressed envelope to Teen Box Taylor USPS 377880 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 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Manager Claude Elnora Manager Robert Johnson Mike Manager Cheryl McCampbell Manager Don Manager Carol Foreman Gus Foreman Roland Kraft Shop Foreman Wanda Editor David Editor Patricia Editor Subscription Rates In Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one In Texas 6 one Out of state 6 one Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX JANUARY 21 AQUARIUS 18 Try to accomplish something useful something no one else in your particular position can PISCES 19March 20 Take your time coming to terms with the newmorality aspects of anothers Know your own ARIES March 21 April 19 When fate seems against lie Dont take it upon yourself to fight anothers TAURUS April ZOMay 20 Perservere with a family Begin early in the day to arrange schedule to accomodate a hew GEMINI May Promises must be kept Fail to do so and you risk losing the regard of a longtime CANCER June 21July 22 Morning hours bring an opportunity to demonstrate family even if all members are LEO July 22 Fight againet objections you feel unfounded in But accept those you know in 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