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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 11, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 2A January Butler to address Lfens at conference Mike director of the International Association of Lions will address the district 253 midwinter conference of Lions International here frdm was elected to a twoyear term as director of Lions International at the Associations 67th annual convention in California last He owns and operates a con struction company in Kerrville and has held numerous offices in the Lions including district governorand multiple district According to Jack Wise of I New district Butler has received Lions Master the Extension the District Extension the j ln1 ternational Presidents and the Melvin Jones Fallow In Butler is the recepient of the Ambassador of Good Will the highest honor granted by Lions Club Lions from 116 clubs in Central Texas will attend the midwinter which is chaired by Webe Ray of Registration should exceed Mike Butler Land swap NBISD may exchange leases on tracts By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer The new elementary New Braunfels ISO is building on County Line Road is not but negotiations have begun that may lead to building a new fire station next to New Braunfels ISO and the City of New Braurifels are in the early stages of negotiations to exchange longterm use of two parcels of The city is interested in a 15acre parcel on the hill overlooking the new elementary that belongs to the A new fire station was one of the recommendations in proposed revisions of the citys master Preliminary negotiations with the district for an ex change of 50year leases are not much more than con versations with the NBISD superintendent at this point city manager Joe Michie I think the school is excited and I think it looks like a good the city manager The area around County Line where the school is to be is expected to grow rapidly in the next few years and could be wellserved with a new fire In the NBISD boards study session superintendent Charles Bradberry briefly mentioned the negotiations and the advantages to the school Having a fire station that close would certainly make us feel safe out Bradberry Other ad ministrators mentioned the possible decrease in fire insurance rates and the decreased temptation that the building would offer to vandals with a 24hour operation next The school district Would get in return a 50year lease on a acres of land next to Lamar The land belongs to the but the scool district is currently using When we eventually decide to do any expansion at we will need that area for playground and we will need to be able to fence it Bradberry Police to register bikes at station Saturday Deaths New Braunfels Police will conduct bicycle registration from 9 to 1 Saturday at the police station at 111 plates for 1985 will cost 50 said John Encouraging all bike owners to register their Wommack said the registration also provides proof of ownership because the police will have a record of the bikes serial i Developer to remove fence in rightofway A resident Canyon Lake Shores will have to remove a stone fence that encroaches on county right of but he is also seeing to it everyone else has to do the When Ted a developer from saw that commissioners were unlikely to allow the variance he was requesting to allow a sidewalk and stone pillars remain on county right of he withdrew his Ballard Wanted to have the road rightofway changed from 60 feet to 50 because he said his was not the only encroachment on county right of nor the most To have the road right jf way he would have to get the agreement of every land owner in the then the j com missioners would have to agree to and the subdivision would have to be vacated and replatted adding the id feet to everyones The county engineer thought it was a bad precedent to set and Wetz j Ballard offered to draw in all of the encroachments on the right Of way for commissioners and meet with Commissioner George later on1 LILLIAN THOMAS Alice Marion Bacon Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Alice Marion Bacon of 308 Canyon died at her home Alma Nolte Services for Alma Nolte of 806 Torrey will be held at 12 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Burial will follow at Comal Cemetery with Friedrich Rest of New Braunfels died 10 at Colonial Manor Nursing The daughter of Albert and Adela Schwerdtfeger she was born 1900 in Comal County A she married Henry Nolte in Comal County on Nolte is survived by her Henry Nolte of New Braunfels a Lorine Engel of New Braunfels two Eugene Nolte and LeRoy both of New Braunfels a Paula Dischinger of New Braunfels two stepgrandchildren grand children numerous great grandchildren and several great Memorials may be given to the charity of ones BeedieL Cobb Services for Beedie Cobb of 872 Josephine will be held at 2 12 at Zoeller Funeral Burial will folow at Comal Cemetery with the Meyers of New Braunfels died 10 at McKenna Memorial Hospital after a twoday The daughter of James Richard and Delona Liegh Braddock she was born in She married William Cobb on 1941 in New Cobb was a retired spinner at Mission Valley Mills and a member of the Baptist and Pentecostal She is survived by her William Cobb of New Braunfels two Bonnie Ruth Schott of Fort Worth and Wilma Liegh Obermeyer of New Braunfels a Franklin Taylor of Houston a Edna Kelly of New Braunfels 14 grandchildren and 17 great Cobb was preceded in death by a Marvin NBHS choir students to audition Four New Braunfels High School students will audition for area band and choir Elizabeth Rodriguez will audition for the area band in She was selected as firstchair piccolo in the regional band earlier in this school Three singers will audition for area choir in Corpus Christi Gcorgie second alto Kevin Sch second and Jeff first will be among the 160 students from the South Texas area who will be trying out for the 56 Open house due for CISD superintendent Comal ISO trustees have scheduled three open houses for patrons to meet Bill the districts new Bulverde Elementary School will host an open house on Canyon High School on Thursday and Mountain Valley School on Wed All open houses will begin at Brown was superintendent in Caldwell ISO before starting his CISD duties on CISD patrons are invited to attend the open house in their area and meet Weve got the recipe for all the local news f in HeraldZtitung Calendar Organizations New Braunfels Music Study Club Seele Parish If you would like to announce your groups activities in the call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to Drawer New Deadline far Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadlme for Sunday editions is Up to OFF rnaRked pmce ON SELECTED LADIES FALL MERCHANDISE Fall and WinteR Merchandise f OR The Family drastically Redaced FROM OFF Marker Pwic Bealls BRAUNFELS
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