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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 20, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Putting up decorations Kimberlie Preiss puts an ornament on the tree at New Braunfels Savings and Loan while Cheryl Tice tries to decide where to put the ornament she has in her The girls are in Glynda Spears art class at Goodwin LESLIE Kindergarten through second grades made Christmas Schools from Comal and New Braunfels districts made decorations for the banks lobby and Comal ISO honors employee A lady who lends her job skills to volunteer activities and Smithson Valley High Schools only librarian in its nineyear existence have been chosen as Comal ISD Employee and Teacher of the Month for Clara Schiiewer has been a cook for CISD for 25 the past three at Comal She also serv ed many years as a 4H leader who specializes in foods and Charlsie wife of board member Bill Hays and mother of two has been the librarian at Smithson Valley ever since the school opened in She even earn ed a teaching certificate just so she could get the Selecting and ordering books takes a lot of But I feel Im here to help the teachers and she In addition to her librarian Hays is University Interscholastic League coordinator and spelling and assists with student coun cil activities at Smithson In all my Ive never found a more helpful said Joe SVHS Hays is one of the best librarians Ive ever She tends to every need of the students and teachers in the Clgra Schreiwer and she is always very cooperative and When Schriewer isnt work she likes bowling and and is a member of the First Protestant Schriewer and her husband Egon have three all of whom have gone through the CISD system and graduated from Canyon High The Schriewers also have six j Both Schriewer and Hays were honored at the 16 CISD board meeting at Mountain Valley refuse to survey road k ItatffttHar Cofnfll wjuy commissioners Thursday refused to authorize surveying agfbtlp Of roads suggested by ComttlllilOfitf Bill the said the roads would be one at a time for specific George withdrew his motion after he saw that fioiife Of the other com missioners supported He had re quested surveying tif Bat Fischer Hoffman and Purgatory All of the roads have been discuss ed in previous commissioners court as needing some reconstruction or All of these roitds we have no recorded SunJey Of the what the coun ty Without these preliminary our engineer has nothing to go nothing to start George first has to know how thuch rightofway the county actually In a was familiar three Women offered to donate right of way on Fischer Store But first we need to know how much we so we can find out what we the commissioner In other cases we need to know so that where we plan to straighten a we can begin to talk to land owners about swapping out Commissioner Monroe Welz pointed out that doing surveys without priorities set and having a specific project in mind was a waste of y We spent for a survey of River Road back thinking we were going to do something there and we never Welz County Judge Fred Clark opposed the idea because no estimate of cost was Weather Texas cool air lingered over most of Texas this morning as a weak cold front reinforced the nighttime Mostly s clear skies allowed temperatures to fall below freezing throughout the northwest half of the while Gulf moisture brought patchy low clouds into the coastal the National Weather Service Light fog blanketed the lower Rio Grande By 4 the cold front had ad vanced to a LongviewTempleSan Angelo Temperatures were in the 20s and 30s in the while 40s and 50s were reported along the coast and in the lower Marfa claimed the coolest reading with 21 degrees at 4 while the Corpus Christi Naval Air Station was warmest with The forecast for North Texas calls for mostly fair skies through Satur day with lows in the 20s and highs in the West Texas should be generally fair through Saturday with lows in the 20s and 30s and highs in the 50s and South Texas should have fair skies in the north and partly cloudy skies in the south tonight and Lows should be in the 30s and 40s with highs in the 60s and CABLE ISQiQICETV THIS MONTH IMay your Christmas to bountiful of harmony and Joy with your loved oner Scrvlnt you la alwaya a NOTE WE WILL BE OPEN CHRJSMTAS EVE TILL 1 NOON AND NEW YEARS EVE TILL TO CLOSED 4 26tfc AND 1st Dont t our imofcad turkey and trayf fv your holiday partial from ftelaietif ieUkittiien TONIGHT Segum Cable Communications System New tyaunfels Cable Communcations System surveyor Woody Cash said the cost would be about per which Included cement markers to make a permanent marker df fixed points along the base line so that future surveys could Use the same base We only have somewhere about set aside for Bate county Welz also pointed out that once a project was underway a second survey was Where as if the surveying was done all at once when the project more than an item on a wish only one survey was need George defended his idea alone un til Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee Camarillo asked county engineer Clark Mac McCoy whether he sup ported what George was I have been recommending the county to allow me to do some long range planning for a long Until you get some surveys of these I cant do McCoy Commissioner Jumbo Evans gave a short laugh and There is no differences between us on the need to work on But there is no essence of a plan submit ted to the We cant do it Once we set the court would be in a much better position to find the money to do the most press ing Evans mentioned Smithson Valley Road Was not on the list that George had said and once the new school was built out there the increase in traffic would demand work on that When the departments were divid ed up among the Evans was named liaison for the road department and this item usual ly would have been presented by McCoy thought that the in the FarmtoMarket and Lateral Road Fund was intended for survey but Clark said that an unknown part of that was committed to buy right of way for state projects that the district engineer with the Texii Department of Highways and Transportation had In other commissioners awarded a bid for construction of Ca nyon Park Drive and Westview Orive to Comal Park to Fischer Before they changed their a commissioner Fischers of or the main bid was cheaper than the next highest bid and cheaper than the highest bid by a local Corridor Contracting of New Commissioners also approved the three alternatives which were exten sions of the same for Fischers bid of The next highest bid was for the three This was the first bid awarded when the bids were opened rather than Waiting for the county engineers or county auditors recommendation since commissioners had started that In other commlssipners approved adding the optional benefit eligibility plan to the county retire ment benefits that was discussed In the last commissioners The plan will allow some earlier retirements without costing the coun ty any extra Also commissioners approved a contract with Wayne Myers to help the county clerk and coun ty tax collector get the best use of their office He will work with the architect on certain parts of the Clark told the two officials that old office furniture would have to be used as much as Myers will recommend what fur niture is needed in the offices to finish out the extra space they will get when the courthouse is redone and the annex Deaths Myrtle Coieman Services for Myrtle Coieman of 1437 Mill will be at 2 Satur day at Doeppenschmidt Funeral jHome with the Cunningham Burial will follow in Com al died at her She was born on May 1894 in Guadalupe County to Bill and Delila nee McGee On in New she married Henry who died in She was a domestic and a member of the Live Oak Baptist She was also associated with the Code of Clan and the Herons of Survivors include her Maple Leaf Mulkey of Viola Barnett of Marion1 Ogden Coieman of New and Robert Coieman of Dallas 13 44 great grandchildren and 10 greatgreat Visitation at Doeppenschmidt was offered from 7 this morning until ser vice BONDS Paying flrtterThan Ever May Your Holidays Be Brighter r You and the own neighbors oan with a Special entire commun at First Federal A Gift Favori Twerrtyfi without spi com your old music e n HUT FtDttAl SAVINGS 4VIOAN ASSOCIATION gf NtAUNfUS   

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