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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 19, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Canyon Lake tteraldZfltunj January 6 Cold wave broke records at PEC BySANDRAJACKSON Staff writer It came as no surprise when directors of the Pedernales Electric PEC learned that December broke all records for power usage in their service At their regular monthly meeting Monday in Johnson board members were advised that they had been billed by their the Lower Colorado River Authority for kilowatt hours of electricity for And that was really through said PEC spokesman Bill who explained that meters were read two days early because of the Cost of that power was compared to a bill of for December There was a whole week of cold weather that was not included in that Cunningham Customers will get hit with their bills for this peak usage on At the board PEC General Manager Bennie Fuelberg announced that the utility company hit a peak of 302 megawatts on Christmas which is an alltime high in usage for that One good thing did come from the high Because of the high amount of electricity we were able to adjust the energy charge downward to 4 mills from 8 and that means well save a little Cunningham PEC employees are hoping that the last of the very cold weather is over for the Our system held up very well compared to in Cunningham said of the Christmas We are most fortunate that we didnt have any ice thats what breaks he In other directors were informed that the PEC still has not received word from the Public Utilities Commission PUC regarding a decision on Texland Electric was formed by the along with the Bluebonnet Electric in an effort to produce their own rather than buying it from they have hit snags along the way with the and to no permit has been issued for the Johnson City is still pursuing its efforts to build the power plant and have it operated by a required public hearing on the matter has not yet been Cunningham Action Center plans activities Canyon Lake Action Center will sponsor the Useful Creative to be led by Mary Sessions will begin 25 at 2 at the Action Centers meeting room at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post Home in Classes will last from six to eight and no registration is This is a repeat of the three sessions Lockhart taught last Other activities currently being planned by the Action Center include a blood pressure and diabetes testing which will be offered on a weekly The test for diabetes ii a simple preliminary screening and local nurses are invited to call Elaine Peters at 9M4434 if they can assist with this The beginning date is yet to be A second meeting of presidents of Canyon Lake area organizations is being planned for late January School menus or early to consider organizing into some group that would meet periodically to coordinate events and share March 23 is the date set for the Mexican supper sponsored by the Action to be held at the Canyon Lake United Methodist Serving hours will be from to 8 and plates will cost Proceeds will go toward the purchase of the Action Center property in Lillian Kosarek is supervising plans for the Another gigantic rummage sale will be held on April 27 and with proceeds going to the Action Items are now being received at the On the morning of April a free pancake breakfast will be offered to anyone who makes a donation for the purchase of a square foot of land or Serving hours will be from 8 to 10 with Rex Curtin doing the Breakfast may also be purchased with Week of 23 27 Mountain Valley Breakfast Monday juice and milk Tuesday Cinnamon juice and milk Wednesday juice and milk Thursday juice and milk Friday Creamfilled juice and Lunch Monday French green milk Tuesday blackeyed batter gelatin with milk Wednesday Hot turkey mashed corn on the coconut milk Thursday Corn chip Spanish banana milk Friday French ice SmiUuon Valley Breakfast Monday Cinnamon juice and milk Tuesday Hash browned juice and milk Wednesday juice and milk Thursday juice and milk Friday juice and milk Lunch Monday Finger mashed green milk Tuesday pinto corn milk Wednesday Bar becue vegetable onion and celery and carrot cinnamon milk Thursday Spaghetti and pea bread Friday Turkey roast with mashed green fruit Lake Weather Week of 1118 Temperatures 11 11 Inflow 150 18 195 11 Dam outflow 18 50 11 Lake level 18 11 Army Corps of Engineers has a 24hour number 9643342 for people wanting Guadalupe River Data is updated every the conservation pool level of Canyon Reservoir is 909 feet above mean sea Know your rights privileges CALL THEVA OFFICE TODAY SPECIAL RRST WEEKS RENT THE COURTYARD CENTER Nftf TX 71M PLAZA DEL REY TX 3T96501 Otto Wagner accepts the check from Bruce Matzke as Ola Armstrong of Canyon Lake Bank looks on Jaycees raise for ailing infant Telephone coop switches insurance Directors of the Guadalupe Valley Telephone GVTC voted Monday night to withdraw participation in the insurance program offered to them by the National Telephone Cooperative and go with a private The NTCA went up on us from per month to per said GVTC General Manager Ken So we decided to use Lincoln National Life Insurance Lincoln Nation will handle the major medical insurance for all GVTC In other business at their regular monthly board members elected Jimmie Adam as their voting delegate to the annual meeting of the to be held in in Adam represents District 3 for the and he resides in Atkinson of District 4 in Harwood will be the Members of newlyformed Canyon Lake Jaycees surpassed all of their wildest dreams and earned over for the Ronnie Dale Wells Bruce president of the presented a check in the amount of to Otto president of Canyon Lake branch 5699 of the Aid Association for which is supervising the fundraising Wells is the fivemonthold son of Margaret Wells and the late Ronnie Dan He was born with one kidney blocked and the other partially and he suffers from high blood Wells was left with bills in excess of for the childs previous hospitalizations and doctor prior to her husbands The Canyon Lake chapter is planning several fundraising ac and soliciting pledges of donations from area To donate to the mail contributions to the Ronnie Daniel Wells Canyon Lake Box Canyon TX The will sponsor a benefit spaghetti dinner at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post Home in Sattler on beginning at Tickets will be for adults and for children under Tickets may be purchased at the or from any member of the I find the big Block finds me the big People who know their business go to Big refunds are the best catch of all at tax Thats why I go to My pre parcr is trained lo know where to look for every deduction and And over the long that means more money in my BLOCK 142 Castell Open 9 AM6 PM 95 Plume 6253810 WIN CASH 00 FIRST PLACE 00 SECOND PLACE 00 THIRD PLACE Contest Rules Indicate which team you think will win the Super For the first indicate the final For the second indicate the score at the end of each Fill out the coupon below and mail or bring to The HeraldZeitung offices at 186 Castell New Texas All entries must be postmarked or delivered no later than January Winners will be notified through an advertisement in the January 27th edition of The Employees of The HeraldZeitung and their immediate families will not be eligible to enter this In case of a tie after the second the cash prizes will be divided among the SUPER BOWL CONTEST ENTRY COUPON Who Will Win The Super Bowl Raidersor Redskins What Will Be The Final Score RaidersRedskins What Will The Score Be At The End Of Each Quarter 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Have Fun and Good Luck A ttoraldZtitung 186 New Texas 6259U4
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