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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 26, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas December authors article JimStreety An article written by the New Bfaunfels 1SD athletic director was published in the November issue of Texas Jim district athletic director and New Braunfels High School head football marizes New Braunfels programs off season and its six general prin The title of the article is Build Your Team in the Off The six Streety are to have improve improve become more improve football and improve Absentee balloting to begin in Edwards board race ComaJ County voters can cast their ballots next month for a director on the Edwards Underground Water District The election will be held Absentee voting will be held at the Comal County Courthouse weekdays from 8 to 5 next through Ballots for absentee voting by mail can be obtained from the county Incumbent Comal Cunty director Craig a is challenged by a rancher and civil service Comal Countys other directors are Oliver Haas and Carroll Terms are for six Persons in precincts 5 polling place and 10 vote at the Bracken fire station 9 12 polling and 14 vote at New Braunfels High School 22 polling 23 vote at Seele Elementary 6 polling and 7 vote at First Methodist Church at 572 San Antonio 15 polling and 20 vote at Eagle Hall and polling and 18 vote at Faith United Church of 970 Loop Stocks NEW YORK AP AMR Corp Amer Can Ameritech AMI Inc Am Motors AniStand Amer Armeolnc AtlRichfld BancTexas BellAtlan BellSouth s Beth Steel Borden CaterpTr Centel Chevron Chryskr Coca Cola Cbleman CjjmlMetl DiamShm PbwChem East Kodak Enserch s Entexlnc Exxon FejfiCo FtficpTex RordMot Corp GTJE Corp GnDynam GeJiElec GOT Food Gefl Motors Gnjilotr E n Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlPac Haljburtn Holiday Inn Houstlnd HufchesTl Interfst Morning High mart KrogerCo Corp Ind Ind 3 s s s Dod n Co 34 Cp 24 Ent Inc 56 s Inst Util Carbide Steel 124 s Cp IntJHarv InJttPaper JegPilots Stock market shows slight drop jfjEWYORK AP The stock market declined slightlyin slow trading settling back a bit r its preChristrnas Dow Jones average of 30 in up slipped to in the first two hours posers held a narrow lead over gainers among New York Stock ISfjock prices had advanced on day in response to the Federal rves lowering of its discount from 8Vs to 8 and to hcjjgs that other interest rates would continue to rates rose mtjderately in the bond market in the 36 35V4 39 10V4 64 23 21 43 26 29 43Vs 35V4 52 73 13 46V4 27 56 35 27 15 28V4 25 32 56 30 18 27 70 40 53 41 47 13 24Va 36 34 38 27 Va 117 18 26 38 Va 40 25 69 22V4 36 40 26 38 20 35 35 39 10 64 23V4 20 42 26 28 42 34 52 72 13 45 27 56 35 27 15V4 28 25 31 56 27 70 40 53 41V4 13 23 36 34 37 27 116 17 25 40 25 68 22 36V4 40 26 38 20 36 35V4 39 10 64 23 21 43 26 28 42 35 52 73 13 45 27 56 35 27 15 28 V4 25 32 56 18 27 70 40 53 41V4 47V4 13 24 36V4 34 37 27 Va 117 18 26 38 40 25 69 22 36 40 26 38V4 20 early going There is very little economic news on the calendar this On the government is scheduled to report on the index of leading economic indicators for Phillips Petroleum rose to The stock fell 9 Monday after the company and interests led by Boone chairman of Mesa reached an agreement to end a takeover bid for The NYSEs composite index lost to At the American Stock the market value index was off at Volume on the Big Board came to million shares at against million at the same point Christmas sales said slow AP Christmas sales wejfe disappointingly slow until reffued by a defiance of the states Sunday closing law and a lastminute of gift many mer one of the latest Christmases could possibly Weve all been a Uttte Pete Jisjlrict manager of Montgomery W One Dallas Times Ifroqg sales in the two 4ays after traditional start of shopping season put in m optimistic ught But feU and it was the middle of they head upward several Store by lor as nervous merchants slashed prices and advertised special sales in efforts to attract people through their Even if it as late in retailers said they were pleased with sales the last week before It really turned on in the last Saturday in particular was very Jensen Retailers who opened Sunday despite a stite law that forbids the sale of certain categories of items on consecutive and said the sales were worth the risk and a big help in a glw things I thought Sunday would be fairly but it turned out to be very George general manager of Dallasarea Toys E Us toW Tunes This is winter DERYL A visitor clad in a longsleeve sweatshirt strolls through Lancia Long sleeves have begun to turn up this as a cold front came through New Braunfels Christmas Eve un seasonably warm temperatures are ex pected the rest of this week in contrast to last years record cold wave which hit during the Calendar of Events Government New Braunfels Utilities Board of Trustees Senior Citizens 142 Comal not as listed Organizations New Neighbors Mill Street Noon Lions noon Eagles Downtown Rotary Club noon Faust If you would like to announce your groups activities in the call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is City changes garbage pickup schedule City garbage service resumes today with crews following their Mondaypickup Garbage usually collected on Tuesday will be picked up On crews will run the Monday route The same schedule will be repeated next City Hall reopened but will close again Monday and Tuesday New Years Eve and New Years Deaths James Alloyious McCormick Services for James Alloyious McCormick of 325 Coll will be held at 2 27 at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Denny Calloway Burial will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial died 26 at McKenna Memorial The son of John he was born April 1911 in New He married Gwennie Windle on April in New who moved here from New York four years was a retired machine operator and a member of the Protestant He is survived by his Gwennie McCormick of New Braunfels two Jean Jarisch and Bar bara both of New York one James McCormick of New York one Marguerite Mc Cormick of New two Thomas McCormick and William both of New York six grandchildren and six great Frieda Hallenberger Haas Criswell Services for Frieda Hallenberger Haas Criswell of San Antonio will be held at 27 in the Colonial CHapel of the Porter Loring with the Robert Taylor Graveside ser vices will at held at 11 27 at Twin Sisters Cemetery in Twin died She was a member of the IS NEAR SELLING OUT TO THE BARE All Sales Final NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGES Check or Your Bank Cards RUUIIIINC STOCK ON HAND 7 WAMUS10 ORKMS4 FREEZERS 12 MNUGEMTMSC RANGES t MHNMMERS12 MICROWAVE OVENSTIME IS RUNNING OUT DONT WAIT ANOTHER DAYALL ADVERTISED ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR HWNW K LIFT BELOW COST VELVET CHAIR AND OTTOMAN ONE ONLY WOOD TRIM LOVE SEAT BARGAIN ROPER COOKTOP GAS 158 SACRIFIED 3D HOTWATER HEATER ELECTRIC FINAL VENT A HOOD CLOSEOUT FULL SIZE SLEEPER 368 THIS BUILDING MUST BE EMPTIED GETTING OUT REG HERCULQN SOFA AND LOVE SEAT 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