New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas
New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Sunday April 21,1985 3ARoad department to get more space in officeBY ULLIAN THOMAS Staff writer
The county road department office on Texas 46 will get a little more room by rearranging interior walls, Comal Commissioners decided Thursday.
Approving approximately $3,000 to be taken out of commissioners court contingency funds, commissioners put off the decision about whether the road department should have an office in the Courthouse until the next budget hearings begin.
“When we get to next year’s budget, Mac (McCoy, county engineer) will figure the cost of adding on out there,” County Judge Fred Gark explained. “Then we will look at that or space in the new annex as a solution to the more long-range needs of the road department.”
Commissioner Monroe Wetz said the county engineer ought to remain at his present location with no extra office downtown.
Commissioner J.L. “Jumbo” Evans wanted to know if there was space for more expansion at the site on Texas 46, and McCoy said there was room enough for expandingCounty roundup
for the next 20 years.
The $3,000 will cover moving a wall, adding a door, extending floor cover over the cement and setting up the sign making machine in an enclosed compartment of the shop area.
The road department will also get first grab at the old furniture that the Sheriff’s department does not intend to move to the new jail.
Commissioners also voted to supply the new jail with 17 19-inch color televisions for the day rooms at Sheriff Walter Fellers’ request.
“If they don’t discipline themselves, we can cut them off,” Fellers said in the meeting.
The new jail also got a new teletype machine. Commissioners awarded the bid to RCA for a lease contract on the equipment of $204 per month plus installation, the apparent low bidder by only $215 over the life of the contract.
Fred O’Neal, county data systems manager, analyzed the bids and told commissioners that though RCA’s bid had a few deviations from the specifications, none were substantial enough to keep them from getting the bid.
An RCA unit was on loan to the Sheriff’s Department now and Fellers said it was working fine.
Also in Thursday’s meeting Commissioner Lorenzo “Yankee” Camarillo was appointed to represent commissioners on the central collection study committee made up of the taxing entities in Comal County.
Doyle Krueger, chairman of the finance committee for the Comal County Sesquicentennial Committee, got the vote he went to commissioners for: $3,000 from the county to match the $3,000 the city will give to help them start up money-making projects such as buying souvenirs.
Both Krueger and Dr. Fred Willard, chairman of the sesquicentennial committee, came before commissioners with their requests. The money the county and city give will possibly be paid back as the projects make some, or the county may donate it back.
In other business, the Emergency Communication
Franz Joseph Hildebrand
Funeral services for Franz Joseph Hildebrand of Rt. 6 Box 621 will be held 2 p.m. Monday at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church with father Patrick Flanagan officiating. Burial will follow at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Cemetery No. 2 in Selma.
A roasary will be recited 8:30 tonight at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, the remains will lie in state until 12:30 p.rn Monday.
Hildebrand. 70, died April 19 at Santa Rosa Medical Center in San Antonio.
The son of Franz and Johanna (nee Weidner) Hildebrand, he was born Sept. 15, 1914 in Comal County. He married Mary' Scharman Aug. 22. 1939 in Honey Creek Hildebrand worked as a carpenter until he retired. He belonged to Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, and he was a member of the Knights of Columbus.
Survivors include his wife, Mary Hildebrand of New Braunfels: four daughters, Antoinette Hail of Sweeney, Thensa Hildebrand of New Braunfels and Arlene Soden and Catherine Gauthier, both of San Antonio: five sons, Franz John Hildebrand of Seabrook, Andrew Hildebrand of Houston. William Hildebrand of Boerne, and Gerais Hildebrand and Bernard Hildebrand, both of New Braunfels: two sisters, Frances Hoffman and Lucy Seaman, both of New Braunfels; a brother, Alois Hildebrand of New Braunfels, and 12 grandchildren.
Members of the Knights of Columbus will be pallbearers.
Juan Enriquez Aleman
Funeral Services for Juan Enriquez Aleman of 737 Simon will be held at IO a m. Monday at Our l^ady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with Father John Dowling of Seguin officiating. Burial will follow at Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church.
A rosary will be recited at 7 tonight at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Aleman, 78, died April 19 at McKenna Memorial Hospital.
The son of Manuela (nee Enriquez > and Maximio Aleman Sr., he was born Dec. 27,1906 in Carrizo Springs. He married Florence Mendez Jan. 18,1926 rn New Braunfels. He worked as a truck driver until he retired. Mr. Aleman belonged to Our l^dy of Perpetual Help Catholic Church.
Survivors include his wife, Florence Aleman of New Braunfels; seven daughters, Guadalupe Salazar, Alicia Aguilar, Manuela
Juardo.Josephina Tristan, Harminia Gomez, Esmeralda Ramirez and Elena Gomez, all of New Braunfels.
Other survivors include six sons, Alejandro Aleman, Bernabe Aleman, Juan Aleman Jr., Pedro Aleman, Manuel Aleman and Miguel Aleman, ail of New Bruanfels; two sisters, Julia Ramirez of San Antonio and Cipriana Ramirez of New Braunfels; 61 grandchildren, 52 greatgrandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren.
Cynthia L. Wiliford
Funeral services for Cynthia L. Williford of No. 9 Bluebird Drive will be held IO a m. Monday at St. John's Episcopal Church with the rev. Robert Keith officating. the remains willbe cremated.
Williford, 73, died April 19, at her home.
The daughter of H G. and l^ena i nee Denman) Liston, she was born Feb. 15. 1912 in Cumberland. She married Victor Williford June 30, 1935 in Amarillo. She was a homemaker and artist. She and her husband moved to New Braunfels eight years ago. She belonged to St. John’s Episcopal Church. Also Williford was a member of the New Braunfels Art league, the Canyon i^ake Art Guild, Capim Academy of Fine Arts in San Antonio and the Water Color Group of San Antonio.
Surviors include her husband, Victor Williford of New Braunfels; a son. Tom Williford of Houston; a brother Jack Iaston of Amarillo, five grandchildren and one great grandchild.
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Calendar of Events
City Council: 7:30 p.m. Monday, Qty Hall council chambers.
New Braunfels ISD trustees:
7:30 p.m. Tuesday, New Braunfels High School library'.
Schumans Ville Cemetery
Association: 4 p.m. Sunday, River Bend clubhouse.
Hospice New Braunfels, board meeting, 5:30 p.m. Monday, New Braunfels National Bank conference center North.
Overeaters Anonymous: 6 p.m. Monday, 511 North.
New Braunfels Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary : 7:30 p.m. Monday, 194 Rosewood.
New Braunfels Duplicate Bridge Club: I p.m. Tuesday, New Braunfels National Bank community room.
TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly): 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Laurel Plaza recreation room.
Heritage Chorale rehearsal, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Seele Parish Hall, First Protestant Church.
Narcotics Anonymous: 8 p.m. Tuesday, Our I^ady of Perpetual Help Church.
Roger C. Hardin
Funeral services for Roger C.
Hardin of Star Rt. 2 Box 219A.
Canyon lake, will be held I p.m. Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev. Hams Shinn of
ficiating. Burial will follow around 4 p.m. at Nichols Cemetery rn Ingram.
Hardin, 69, died April 19 at
Humana Hospital San Antonio.
The son of Lafeyette Lee and Fannie Isabel (nee Dubose) Hardin, he was born Nov. 3,1915 in Hunt. He married Irene Rodges Jan. 1,1938 in Ingram. A hardware salesman until he retired, Hardin moved to Comal County 34 years ago.
Survivors include his wife. Irene Hardin of Canyon Lake; a sister, Grace Williams od Kerrville; a brother, Wayne Hardin of Austin; nieces and nephews.
Club’s contract to assist with emergency communication, traffic control and first aid along River Road was renewed by commissioners with an increase from $4 per hour to $5 per hour.
Also, commissioners approved surveying three roads as part of the county’s right of way acquisition program that will allow drainage problems and bad curves to be corrected.
McCoy presented Hunter Road, Watson Lane West and Reindeer as ready for surveying.
Commissioners also discussed the progress made in negotiations with Bobbie Hasert, engineer for the State Department of Highways and Public Transportation, and the city on extending Common Street to FM 306 to alleviate the traffic through Greune.
Another road project discussed was straightening curves on FM 32.
“Two property owners, Edward Ogden and Faye Mowry, have agreed to donate the land around two curves with some land exchanged and for the cost of moving the fences,” Commissioner Bill George explained.
collide on U.S. 81
No one was injured in an accident between a flatbed truck and a car at 4:50 p.m. Saturday on U S. 81 near the Guadalupe River bridge.
But traffic slowed for more than 30 minutes while New Braunfels police handled the accident and cleared the street of the wreckage. The truck was carrying dirt.
One New Braunfels Fire Department ambulance responded, but occupants of both vehicles refused treatment, a fire department spokesman said.
Job skills class begins Monday
Job search and self-help skills is a Community Education class being offered for the first time.
This class will start on Monday and will meet for four weeks. It will meet on Monday and Wednesday evenings
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Also outlawed were sex toys and aids and unspecified aphrodisiacs. Presumably the root of the ginseng plant — taken by many Chinese as a sexual re ju vena tor — is exempt.
The government called for prudent implementation of the ban and said valuable art and literary works are permissible even when they contain some obscene material.
The government said customs officers should tighten control of pornography smuggling, while local governments should coordinate the crackdown within the country.
Obscene materials left behind by foreigners should be handed to the police, which should not keep or distribute them, the new regulations said.
Violation of the ban is a crime punishable by the
courts, although light offenders will be disciplined in other ways. Severe punishment will be meted out to those who spread pornography to youths under 18.
Those who attend showings of obscene videos and films will be “criticized and educated,” according to the regulations.
The state-run China News Service (Zhongguo Xinwen She) (Mi Saturday reported a case in which a gang carrying 560 pornographic video cassettes from Fuzhou to Peking was arrested en route.
Police in Peking raided 80 news vendors this month and seized more than 13,000 illicit publications, the Peking Daily (Beijing Ribao) reported.
It said some students have been found reading “Tale of the Oriental Beauty” and “Diary of a Movie Star’s Ex-Wife” instead of listening to their teachers in school.
“This is intolerable,” the paper said.
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David Ramirez, Fifth Grade, Carl Schurz Elementary
At least two tornadoes, heavy rams, gusty winds and golf ball sued hail pounded North and West Texas Saturday as much of the area went under tornado watches
The National Weather Service said two tornadoes touched down east of Crane in Upton County shortly after 3 p.m., but a Department of Public Safety dispatcher rn Midland said the funnels likely touched down rn fields and caused no injuries or damage Golf ball sued hail was reported in West Texas between Lubbock and Abilene, and heavy rams that dumped up to 3 inches within three hours prompted flood and flash flood watches tor Southeast Texas Saturday night
In Anson, a small town north of Abilene, high winds up to 80 mph howled through the area at about 6 pm according to Anson police officer Ralph Simpson
Simpson said the winds caused no injuries,
but they knocked out electricity, cut outgoing telephone service, overturned some bui.dirgs broke windows and leveled some telephone poles
The tornado watch was rn effect throughout the night for more than a doien counties rn the Concho Valley and Lubbock areas of West Texas and rn the southern Panhandle and Wichita Fails areas of North Texas
Although fairer skies were expected Sunday, the troublesome weather may reappear Sunday night as an upper air disturbance moves into the state and brings another round of severe thunderstorms, the National Weather Service said Otherwise, partly cloudy skies were common across the remainder of the state while fan skies persisted over the northern Panhandle and far West Texas Temperatures were mostly in the 70s and 80s with a few 90degree readings in the southwest The day s extremes were at Victoria with a ram-cooled 65 degrees and
Laredo with 92 The forecast for North Texas cans for scattered thunderstorms Sunday More thunderstorms may develop Sunday nejht and Monday Overnight lows should De in the mid 60s to low 70s. with highs rn the 80s on Sunday and the high 70s to low 80s Monday In West Texas partly cloudy to fan skies are expected through Monday with some scattered showers. Overnight lows will be rn the 50s to mid-60s, with highs Sunday and Monday in the 70s In South Texas widely scattered showers or thundershowers are expected through Monday Overnight lows will be rn the 60s to 70s. with high temperatures Sunday and Monday mostly in the 80s
North Texas Windy and warm Sunday and Sunday mgnt with scattered showers and thunderstorms redeveloping west Sunday end spreading into central and east portions Sunday night and Monday Highs Sunday 83 to 89 Lows Sunday night 60 to 67 Highs Monday 77 to 83
South Texas Mostly cloudy with widely scattered showers or thundershowers Sunday through Monday Lows Sunday night 60s north to 70s south and coast Hight Sunday and Monday mostly 80s except near 80 along the coast
A sudden snowfall hit Colorado and Wyoming on Saturday as unseasonably warm weather broke high temperature records from the Great Lakes to the central Atlantic coast Heavy thunderstorms were scattered over southeast Texas with more than 3* inches of ram at Cuero. Texas
Snow tail over northern Colorado and southeast Wyoming, and up to 8 inches was reported in high elevations Travelers aa vleones were posted over the northern and central Colorado mountains Record highs were reached rn at least 10 cities, including Atlantic City, N J , where it reached 85. Chicago where it reached 83 Fort Wayne, Ind., 84 Grand Rapids, Mich , 82, Greensboro. NC, 90, Mansfield, Ohio, 81, Marquette, Mich , 71, Milwaukee, 82 South Bend, Ind., 81, and Wilmington Dei, 90 The low temperature for the nation Saturday morning was 12 degrees at Yellowstone Park. Wyo The reading of 22 degrees at Yakima Wash set a record low for the day
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