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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 29, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG Hog wash Canyon Highs Keith Smith gives his hogs a bath Saturday prior to the schools livestock show at Comal County Held Friday and the annual show was sponsored by the schools Future Farmers of America Heart Association seeks rummage sale items Comal County residents have a chance to clean out their attics or garages and help in the fight against heart disease at the same 1 But theyll have to do it Thq local division of the American Heart Association is seeking mer chandise for its firstever rummage to be held Receipt forms are available to enable donors to deduct the donations from their income tax Donations may be made Thursday from 9 to noon in Walnut Square Shopping Center at the site of the sale the former location of Village next to Pickup for large items can be arranged by contacting Liz Buyers wanting to get the first crack at the sale are invited to attend a preview party Friday from to A admission gives buyers the pick of the The sale itself will run from 9 to 4 After 2 buyers can purchase all the merchandise they can stuff into a bag for The sale is sponsored by the Comal Division of the American Heart and all proceeds go to the associations fight against heart the nations number one Funds are used for education and public Students capture awards in DAR essay contest Six New Braunfels Middle School students received awards in the Daughters of the American Revolution History Essay In the seventh grade Kris Ray won first In the eighth winners in cluded Joel first place Valerie second Amanda third Rob and Byron honorable Stabbing victim at McKenna A 34yearold New Braunfels man is in satisfactory condition today in McKenna Memorial Hospital after being stabbed once in the back Saturday Police expect a warrant today for the arrest of the man who allegedly stabbed Jose Garcia about 10 as Garcia was in the mens room at MCs New Braunfels Police John Villareal said a man went into the restroom after said something to then stabbed of 478 was taken to the hospital by his commonlaw wife and a TODAYS THOUGHTS WITH BOB D1ETZ HOW DID YOU PLAY How did you play when the game was When the odds were and hope was gone When the enemy team with aim so true Was dragging the victory away from you When strength and speed and endurance Did honor keep pace with determined grit Did you keep faith with the rules of the game Did you play up square without fear or shame Did your smile of cheer make the team your As you fought it through to the bitter end Did your selfrespect rise a notch or two Are you a bigger man now the game is through William LaPorte When Your Thoughts Turn To Eating Out Think Churchs Fried Chicken 824 San Antonio New Braunfels 6250491 County primer New Braunfels January Camarillo returns from seminar with new ideas By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee Camarillo missed the commissioner court meeting Thursday to attend a seminar in Austin tor new county judges and commissioners around the The seminar at the University of Texas campus cosponsored by the Lyndon Johnson School of Public Affairs and the Texas Association of Counties ran from Wednesday through Camarillo brought back two ideas from the seminar that might avoid some of the con troversies commissioners court gets in and would save time a central purchasing agency and a personnel County Judge Fred Clark also went as a giving a session on commissioner court President of the Texas Association of County Judge Sam Scale of also appointed Clark to the associations legislative will be having to travel to Austin during the legislative session sometimes to give testimony on bill that the association wants either passed or defeated when they come before a senate or house Clark explained in a telephone in Camarillo said the sessions were covering everything from legal aspects of his job to different ways counties organize tasks they have to In going through all of the different it was pointed out several times that the com missioners job was largely Two areas that were covered that I found particularly interesting because of some of the controversies we have gotten into already were purchasing and Camarillo Some of the larger counties had centralized purchasing agencies that bought everything for every county whether it went out for bids or he The purchasing agent goes and looks at what a vendor wants the county to and he brings the commissioners a recommendation after going over all of the aspects of every vendors I am interested in looking into The way we do it it takes a lot of And sometimes it makes commissioners court into a Camarillo In business the top executives in a company the size of the county have the facts laid out for them by a professionals hired to do he related what he had learned from his own business Also large counties have a central personnel department that would set out job and everyone at the same level would start at the same All clerk I would start out the all clerk II personnel would start out the the commissioner When someone is the personnel office would screen applicants for the head of the department and send the qualified applicants on to Instead of every office having its own per sonnel there would be a central he Both of these end up putting certain decisions in the hands of Both changes would also keep the commissioners from being accused of being politically motivated in their and reduce the chances of politics affecting these he pointed i Camarillo also said in one of the sessions on upcoming legislation that might affect the the speaker said an attempt will be made in the Texas Legislature to give the counties the power to pass ordinances like cities Though the speaker did not give a lot of hope for it to he did say it had a better chance this legislative session than it has had in a long Camarillo Ban due on glass containers The ban of glass containers in parks waters will be strengthened to include all rivers within the City Council Monday approved the first reading of an ordinance prohibiting glass beverage con tainers in all park areas and sports facilities adjacent to and streamts within the city Development of a stronger or dinance stems from a suggestion from the cityappointed Rivers Conservation and Preservation unobtrusive signs warning of the law and stating the maximum fine of will be placed at most entrances to the Classes begin today The Winter Session of Community Education classes at Canyon High School begins this Classes meeting today are Computer Basic Typing Advanced Ballroom Beginning and Advanced Skat a German card On Computer German and Stained Glass I Most classes meet from 79 It is advisable to call the Community Education office for more details on a class and to make sure that the class has not been cancelled due to low The number to call is HvraldZeitung 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 Kramer General Manager Claude Bettie Manager Robert Dave Kramer Advertising Manager Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX Calendar of Events Government New Braunfels ISO New Braunfels High School Organizations Zcta Tan Alpha Alumnae 5 145 TOPS Take Off Pounds Sen Laurel Plaza recreation New Braunfels Band Boosters New Braunfels High band Narcotics Anonymous 8 Our Lady of Perpetual Help 138 Rotary Club noon Eagles If you would like to announce your groups activities in the call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to Drawer New Deadline lor Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is Deaths Ruth Jameson Funeral services for Ruth Jameson of 4 Box Canyon will be held 9 Wednesday at Cranes Mill Baptist Church with the Lee McDowell of Canyon Lake of Burial will be at 2 Thursday at Parklawn Memorial Gardens in died 28 at Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital in San The daughter of Alfred and Etta Mae nee Daniels she was born 1914 in She married Raymond Jameson May 1934 in She and her husband lived in Plainview where she was a financial secretary with the First Baptist Church until she Her husband died in 1970 seven years later she moved to Canyon Jameson af filiated with the Cranes Mill Baptist Survivors include a Sondra Sue Parker of Canyon Lake a James Boyd Jameson of Lit a Max Wind wehen of Fritch three Mozcllc Amelia Ray and Edna all of and one Memorials may be sent to the Ixjukcmia Ida Sippel Funeral services for Ida Sippel of 210 Walnut will be held 4 today at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Lin wood Ken nedy Burial will follow at Coma I died Sunday The daughter of Otto and Emma nee Koehler she was born 1888 in York Creek in Comal She married Walter John Sippel 1908 in New He preceedecl her in death in She was a member of the First Protestant United Church of When she was younger she had been very active in the Order of the Eastern Star and American Legon Survivors include a Walter Sippel of New Braunfels one BrandsM and onftjroat Weather vWl i finm the Gulf of to n Ihf f tirls blanketed of iv OtMsi foi mrjnced I i ut null or in Ihu i Sunlit PI I t II MVTMIIjh in confined to Suuih M 4 u tniin mill to 41 It Texas forecasts DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY De Fifth Frazier Elementary Texas cluurty In 14 WiMlnrsiKiy I HltjtlS Ul III 111 Inniinij niliiii 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