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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels Sunday April 3A New Braunfels Sunday Apri Road department to get more space in office BY LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer The county road department office on Texas 46 will get a little more room by rearranging interior Comal Commissioners decided Approving approximately to be taken out of commissioners court contingency commissioners put off the decision about whether the road department should have an office in the Courthouse until the next budget hearings When we get to next years Mac county engineer will figure the cost of adding on out County Judge Fred Clark Then we will look at that or space in the new annex as a solution to the more longrange needs of the road Commissioner Monroe Wetz said the county engineer ought to remain at his present location with no extra office Commissioner Jumbo Evans wanted to know if there was space for more expansion at the site on Texas and McCoy said there was room enough for expanding County roundup for the next 20 The will cover moving a adding a extending floor cover over the cement and setting up the sign making machine in an enclosed compartment of the shop The road department will also get first grab at the old furniture that the Sheriffs department does not intend to move to the new Commissioners also voted to supply the new jail with 17 19inch color televisions for the day rooms at Sheriff Walter Fellers If they dont discipline we can cut them Fellers said in the The new jail also got a new teletype Com missioners awarded the bid to RCA for a lease contract on the equipment of per month plus the apparent low bidder by only over the life of the Fred county data systems analyzed the bids and told commissioners that though RCAs bid had a few deviations from the none were substantial enough to keep them from getting the An RCA unit was on loan to the Sheriffs Department now and Fellers said it was working Also in Thursdays meeting Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee CamariUo was appointed to represent com missioners on the central collection study committee made up of the taxing entities in Comal Doyle chairman of the finance committee for the Comal County Sesquicentennial got the vote he went to commissioners for from the county to match the the city will give to help them start up moneymaking projects such as buying Both Krueger and Fred chairman of the sesquicentennial came before com missioners with their The money the county and city give will possibly be paid back as the projects make or the county may donate it In other the Emergency Communication Deaths Franz Joseph Hildebrand Funeral services for Franz Joseph Hildebrand of 6 Box 621 will be held 2 Monday at Peter and Paul Catholic Church with father Patrick Flanagan Burial will follow at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Cemetery 2 in A roasary will be recited tonight at Doeppenschmidt Funeral the remains will lie in state until died April 19 at Santa Rosa Medical Center in San The son of Franz and Johanna nee Weidner he was born 1914 in Comal He married Mary Scharman 1939 in Honey Hildebrand worked as a carpenter until he He belonged to Peter and Paul Catholic and he was a member of the Knights of Survivors include his Mary Hildebrand of New Braunfels four Antoinette Hall of Therisa Hildebrand of New Braunfels and Arlene Soden and Catherine both of San Antonio five Franz John Hildebrand of Andrew Hildebrand of William Hildebrand of and Gerals Hildebrand and Bernard both of New Braunfels two Frances Hoffman and Lucy both of New Braunfels a Alois Hildebrand of New and 12 Members of the Knights of Columbus will be Juan Enriquez Aleman Funeral Services for Juan Enriquez Aleman of 737 Simon will be held at 10 Monday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with Father John Dowling of Seguin Burial will follow at Peter and Paul Catholic A rosary will be recited at 7 tonight at Doeppenschmidt Funeral died April 19 at McKenna Memorial The son of Manuela nee Enriquez and Maximio Aleman he was born in Carrizo He married Florencia Mendez in New He worked as a truck driver until he Aleman belonged to Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Survivors include his Florencia Aleman of New Braunfels seven Guadalupe Alicia Manuela Harminia Esmeralda Ramirez and Elena all of New Other survivors include six Alejandro Bernabe Juan Aleman Pedro Manuel Aleman and Miguel all of New Bruanfels two Julia Ramirez of San Antonio and Cipriana Ramirez of New Braunfels 61 52 great grandchildren and four greatgreat Cynthia Wiliford Funeral services for Cynthia Williford of 9 Bluebird Drive will be held 10 Monday at Johns Episcopal Church with the Robert Keith the remains willhe died April at her The daughter of and Lena nee Denman she was born 1912 in She married Victor Williford June 1935 in She was a homemaker and She and her husband moved to New Braunfels eight years She belonged to Johns Episcopal Also Williford was a member of the New Braunfels Art the Canyon Lake Art Capini Academy of Fine Arts in San Antonio and the Water Color Group of San Surviors include her Victor Williford of New Braunfels a Tom Williford of Houston a brother Jack Listen of five grandchildren and one great grand Roger Hardin Funeral services for Roger Hardin of Star 2 Box Canyon will be held 1 Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Harris Shinn of Burial will follow around 4 at Nichols Cemetery in died April 19 at Humana Hospital San The son of Lafeyette Lee and Fannie Isabel nee Dubose he was born in He married Irene Rodges in A hardware salesman until he Hardin moved to Comal County SVj years Survivors include his Irene Hardin of Canyon Lake a Grace Williams od Kerrville a Wayne Hardin of Austin nieces and CARPET CLEANED ADDITIONAL ROOMS THIS WEEK ONLY i nom jmJ iliiib ot we CALL NOW FOR APPOINTMENT 6295046 NOT DONT PAY UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT WARRANTY On trained professional AM iio toe very uesi possible in a friendly and courteous or you momv eunjeu IN Upholstered Furniture included m thu pledge RAINBOW INTERNATIONAL CARPET DYEING CLEANING 483 LAUREL NEW BRAUNFELS COPYRIGHTCHAINBOW INTERNATIONAL CARPET DYEING CLEANING 1981 rki Owned and Licensed uy Rainbow International Carpel Dyeing Cleaning Calendar of Events Government City Council City Hall council New Braunfels ISO trustees New Braunfels High School Organizations Schumansville Cemetery Association 4 River Bend Hospice New Braunfels board New Braunfels National Bank con ference center Overeaters Anonymous 6 511 New Braunfels Fire Depart ment Ladies Auxiliary 194 New Braunfels Duplicate Bridge Club 1 New Braunfels National Bank com munity TOPS Take Off Pounds Sen Laurel Plaza recreation Heritage Chorale Seele Parish First Protestant Narcotics Anonymous 8 Our Lady of Perpetual Help truck collide on 81 No one was injured in an accident between a flatbed truck and a car at Saturday on 81 near the Guadalupe River But traffic slowed for more than 30 minutes while New Braunfels police handled the accident and cleared the street of the The truck was carrying One New Braunfels Fire Depart ment ambulance but occupants of both vehicles refused a fire department spokesman 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 Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Robert Johnson Charles Borman Advertising Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman j Gus Elbel Foreman I 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 Clubs contract to assist with emergency com traffic control and first aid along River Road was renewed by commissioners with an increase from per hour to per commissioners approved surveying three roads as part of the countys right of way acquisition program that will allow drainage problems and bad curves to be McCoy presented Hunter Watson Lane West and Reindeer as ready for Commissioners also discussed the progress made in negotiations with Bobbie engineer for the State Department of Highways and Public and the city on extending Common Street to FM 306 to alleviate the traffic through Another road project discussed was straightening curves on FM Two property Edward Ogden and Faye have agreed to donate the land around two curves with some land exchanged and for the cost of moving the Commissioner Bill George ex Job skills class begins Monday Job search and selfhelp skills is a Community Education class being offered for the first This class will start on Monday and will meet for four It will meet on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 79 at New Braunfels High Room Cost is 10 for The class is open to high school students and other adults who want to do a selfanalysis of the kind of work they are best suited for using a computer Course will be under the guidance of John a job Also covered will be how to make a job search write a resume and a review of job interview Continued from Page LA lascivious Also outlawed were sex toys and aids and un specified Presumably the root of the ginseng plant taken by many Chinese as a sexual rejuvenator is The government called for prudent implementation of the ban and said valuable art and literary works are permissible even when they contain some ob scene The government said customs officers should tighten control of pornography while local governments should coordinate the crackdown within the Obscene materials left behind by foreigners should be handed to the which should not keep or distribute the new regulations Violation of the ban is a crime punishable by the although light offenders will be disciplined in other Severe punishment will be meted out to those who spread pornography to youths under Those who attend showings of obscene videos and films will be criticized and according to the The staterun China News Service Zhongguo Xinwen She on Saturday reported a case in which a gang carrying 560 pornographic video cassettes from Fuzhou to Peking was arrested en Police in Peking raided 80 news vendors this month and seized more than illicit the Peking Daily Beijing Ribao It said some students have been found reading Tale of the Oriental Beauty and Diary of a Movie Stars ExWife instead of listening to their teachers in This is the paper Weather DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY David Fifth Carl Schurz Elementary Laredo with The forecast for North Texas calls for scattered thunderstorms More thunderstorms may develop Sunday nkiht and Overnight lows should be in the mid 60s to low with highs in the 80s on Sunday and the high 70s to low 80s In West partly cloudy to fair skies are expected through Monday with some scattered Overnight lows will be in the 50s to with highs Sunday and Monday in the In South widely scattered showers or thundershowers are expected through Overnight lows will be in the 60s to with high temperatures Sunday and Monday mostly in the Texas forecasts North TexasWindy and warm Sunday and Sunday night with scattered showers and thunderstorms redeveloping west Sunday and spreading into central and east portions Sunday night and Highs Sunday 83 to Lows Sunday nignt 60 to Highs Monday 77 to South TexasMostly cloudy with widely scattered showers or thundershowers Sunday through Lows Sunday night 60s north to 70s south and Highs Sunday and Monday mostly 80s except near 80 along the The Nation Texas At least two heavy gusty winds and golf ballsized hail pounded North and West Texas Saturday as much of the area went under tornado The National Weather Service said two tornadoes touched down east of Crane in Upton County shortly after 3 but a Department of Public Safety dispatcher in Midland said the funnels likely touched down in fields and caused no injuries or Golf ballsized hail was reported in West Texas between Lubbock and and heavy rains that dumped up to 3 inches within three hours prompted flood and flash flood watches for Southeast Texas Saturday In a small town north of high winds up to 80 mph howled through the area at about 6 according to Anson police officer Ralph Simpson said the winds caused no Brought To You but they knocked out cut outgoing telephone overturned some broke windows and leveled some telephone The tornado watch was in effect throughout the night for more than a dozen counties in the Concho Valley and Lubbock areas of West and in the southern Panhandle and Wichita Falls areas of North Although fairer skies were expected the troublesome weather may reappear Sunday night as an upper air disturbance moves into ihe state and brings another round of severe the National Weather Service partly cloudy skies were common across the remainder of the state while fair skies persisted over the northern Panhandle and far West Temperatures were mostly in the 70s and 80s with a few 90degree readings in the The days extremes were at Victoria with a ramcooled 65 degrees and A sudden snowfall hit Colorado and Wyoming on Saturday as unseasonably warm weather broke nigh temperature records from the Great Lakes to the central Atlantic Heavy thunderstorms were scattered over southeast with more than 34 inches of rain at Snow fell over northern Colorado and southeast and up to 8 inches was reported in high Travelers ad visories were posted over the northern and central Colorado Record highs were reached in at least 10 including Atlantic where it reached 85 where it reached 83 Fort 84 Grand 82 90 81 71 82 South 81 and The low temperature for the nation Saturday morning was 12 aegrees at Yellowstone The reading of 22 degrees ai set a record low for the K MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank Box 961 Main New Texas 78130 Member MUPHCf and FDIC Call the Herald Classified 6259144   

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