New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 26, 1984, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 26, 1984

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 26, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Wednesday, December 26,1984 Streety authors magazine article An article written by the New Braunfels ISD athletic director was published in the November issue of “Texas Coach.” Jim Streety, district athletic director and New Braunfels High School head football coach, summarizes New Braunfels’ program’s off season and its six general principles. The title of the article is “Build Your Team in the Off Season.” The six principles, Streety wrote, are to have fun, improve strength, improve quickness, become more competitive, improve football skills, Jim Streety    and improve speed. Absentee balloting to begin in Edwards board race Comal County voters can cast their ballots next month for a director on the Edwards Underground Water District Board. The election will be held Jan. 19. Absentee voting will be held at the Comal County Courthouse weekdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. next Wednesday through Jan. 15. Ballots for absentee voting by mail can be obtained from the county clerk. Incumbent Comal Cunty director Craig Hollmig, a survyor, is challenged by W.. Lowry, a rancher and civil service employee. Comal County’s other directors are Oliver Haas and Carroll Hoffmann. Terms are for six years. Persons in precincts 4, 5 (polling place I and IO vote at the Bracken fire station; 9, 12 (polling place), 13, and 14 vote at New Braunfels High School; 8. 22 (polling place), 23 vote at Seele Elementary School. And, I, 2, 3. 6 (polling place), and 7 vote at First Methodist Church at 572 W. San Antonio St.’ ll, 15 (polling place), and 20 vote at Eagle Hall; and IO, 17 i polling place), and 18 vote at Faith United Church of Christ, 970 I,oop337. Stocks NEW YOUK AP i - AMK Corp Amor Can Ameritech AMI Inc Ani Motors AmStand Amer TAT Armcolnc Atilt ichf Id BancTexas BellAtlan BellSouth s Beth Steel Borden CaterpTr Cento! Chevron Chrysh r CocaCola Coleman Chilli Moil biamShm I'owChem East Kodak Enserchs Entexlne Exxon Kepi Co Firestone Ft&cpTex Kurd Mot GAF Corp (ITE Corp GnOynain Gen Pl lee Gen Food Gen Motors GriMotr p: n Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlPac Hailburtn Holiday Inn Houstlnd HughesTl Interfst IKM Intl Hare I iii-Pa per JeffPilot s Stock market shows slight drop :NEW YOHE (AP) - The stock market declined slightly in slow trading today, settling back a bit after its pre-Christmas rally. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, up 11.16 Monday, slipped 1.77 to 1,208.37 in the first two hours today. Lasers held a narrow lead over gainers among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Stock prices had advanced on Monday in response to the Federal Reserve's lowering of its discount rate from 8*2 to 8 percent, and to hopes that other interest rates would continue to fall. However, rates rose mpderatelv in the bond market in the Mormnu stocks: JohnsJn 364 354 36 High Low Last K mart 354 35 354 36*8 357 8 354 KrogerCo 39 39 39 494 49‘2 494 LTV <"ip 104 IO IO 754 754 754 Litton Ind 644 644 644 21 207 8 21 LoneSta Ind 234 234 2338 34 34 34 MCorp 21 204 21 304 30*2 304 May PSt s 43 42:t» 43 194 194 194 Medtronic 264 264 264 94 94 94 Mobil 29 284 284 434 434 434 Monsanto s 434 424 424 44 44 44 Motorola s 354 344 35 794 794 794 NabiscoBrd 524 524 524 334 334 334 NYNEX 73 724 73 174 174 174 Phelps Dod 134 134 134 64 634 64 PhillpsPet 464 454 454 304 304 304 Polaroid 274 274 274 374 374 374 ProctGamb 564 564 564 31 304 304 BCA 354 354 354 314 304 314 KepBankCp 274 274 274 624 624 624 Sabine 154 154 154 264 264 264 Safeway 284 28 284 174 174 174 SFeSoPac n 254 254 254 174 174 174 SearsKoeb 32 31 4 32 274 274 27*2 ShellOil 56 56 56 714 714 714 Singer Go 30 294 30 * 21 21 21 Southern Co 184 184 184 204 204 204 Southland 274 274 274 444 I ( 444 SwstBell 704 704 704 34*2 344 • Sperry Cd 404 404 404 174 174 174 StdOiilnd 534 534 534 15 144 15 StdOilOh 41*2 414 414 454 45 454 SunComp 474 474 474 244 243 8 243 8 TNP Ent 134 I.e. 134 404 404 404 Tandy 244 234 24 684 68 684 Tenneco 364 36 364 574 564 57 Texaco Inc 344 34 34 3 8 564 56 56 TexComBn 384 . 374 78* 8 774 774 TexEastn s 274 24* 274 404 404 404 Texas Inst 1174 1164 1174 264 264 264 TexasOGas 184 IT7* 18 264 264 263 8 Tex Util 26 254 26 154 154 154 Un Carbide 384 374 38 284 28 4 28 4 UnPacCp 404 404 404 424 42 424 US Steel 254 254 254 224 224 224 USWest 69 684 69 134 134 134 UniTel 224 224 224 104 104 IO3 4 Unocal 36s 8 364 364 1244 1234 1244 Wal.Mart 404 404 404 84 8 8 WestghEl s 264 264 264 53*2 534 534 Xerox Cp 384 384 384 394 394 394 ZenithK 204 204 204 early going today. There is very little economic news on the calendar this week. On Friday, the government is scheduled to report on the index of leading economic indicators for November. Phillips Petroleum rose r,» to 457«. The stock fell 9:,h Monday after the company and interests led by T. Boone Pickens, chairman of Mesa Petroleum, reached an agreement to end a takeover bid for Phillips. The NYSE’s composite index lost .08 to 96.10. At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was off .20 at 202.21. Volume on the Big Board came to 21.22 million shares at noontime, against 29.64 million at the same point Monday. Texas Christmas sales said slow DALLAS I AP) — Christmas sales wejte disappointingly slow until rescued by a defiance of the state’s Sunday closing law and a last-minute surge of gift buying, many merchants say. ijt’s one of the latest Christmases yoir could possibly have. We’ve all been a little baffled,” Pete Jensen, district manager of Montgomery Ward, told the Dallas Times Herald. Strong sales in the two days after Thanksgiving — traditional start of the Christmas shopping season — put things in an optimistic light. But safes fell off, and it was the middle of December before they head upward again, several store executives surveyed by the newspaper concurred. The result was good bargains for shoppers, as nervous merchants slashed prices and advertised special sales in efforts to attract people through their doors. Even if it as late in coming, retailers said they were pleased with sales the last week before Christmas. “It really turned on in the last week. Saturday in particular was very, very, very strong,” Jensen said. Retailers who opened Sunday despite a state law that forbids the sale of certain categories of items on consecutive Saturdays and Sundays, said the sales were worth the risk and a big help in turning a glum picture things around. “I thought Sunday would be fairly good, but it turned out to be very good,” George Timko, general manager of Dallas-area Toys R Us stores, told the Times Herald. Calendar of Events Government New Braunfels Utilities Board of Trustees: 4:30 p.m. Thursday. Senior Citizens Center, 142 Comal (not boardroom, as listed Tuesday). Organizations New Neighbors:    9:30 am. Thursday. Mill Street Mercantile. Noon Lions: noon Thursday, Eagles Hall. Downtown Rotary Club: noon Thursday, Faust Hotel. (lf you would like to announce your group's activities in the riewspaper, call us at 625-9144 or send us a notice to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Texas, 78131 Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p m. the day before publication. Deadline for Sunday editions is 5pm. Friday.! Deaths City changes garbage pickup schedule City garbage .service resumes today with crews following their Monday-pick-up schedule. Garbage usually collected on Tuesday w ill be picked up Thursday. On Friday, crews will run the Monday route again. The same schedule will bt* repeated next week. City Hall reopened today, but will close again Monday and Tuesday New Year's Eve and New \ ear s Day. James Alloyious McCormick Services for James Alloyious McCormick of 325 W. Coll w ill be held at 2 p.m. Dec. 27 at Zoelier Funeral Home with the Rev. Denny Calloway officiating. Burial will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. McCormick, 73, died Dec. 26 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. The son of John McCormick, he was born April 8, 1911 in New York. He married Gwenme Wmdle on April 15,1933 in New York. McCormick, who moved here from New York four years ago, was a retired machine operator and a member of the Protestant church. He is survived by his wife, Gwennie McCormick of New Braunfels; two daughters, Jean Jarisch and Barbara Manganaro, both of New York; one son, James McCormick of New York; one sister, Marguerite McCormick of New York, two brothers, Thomas McCormick and William McCormick, both of New York; six grandchildren; and six greatgrandchildren. Frieda Hallenberger Haas Criswell Services for Frieda Hallenberger Haas Criswell of San Antonio will be held at 9.30 a.m. Dec. 27 in the Colonial CHapel of the Porter Loring Mortuary, with the Rev. Robert C. Taylor officiating. Graveside services will at held at ll a.m. Dec. 27 at Twin Sisters Cemetery in Twin Sisters. Criswell, 91, died Dec. 22. She was a member of the Gethsemane Lutheran Church. Criswell is survived by a daughter and son-in-law, Nora H. and Erwin Artzt of San Antonio; three grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grandchildren. AH Sales Final! NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGES Cash, Check or Your Bank Cards! RtMAIIIING STOCK OM MAMO 7 WA SM KS t0 OHVtHS i > KHARS 12 KH HIG* HA I OAS-* MANGIS S OI SM VK ASMI HS-12 MILKO MIAH Oft MST IMI IS HUMMING OUT DOM T Mf AIT ANOTHER DAT All AOVIRTIUO IT IMS SUSJiCT TO PRIOR SAU MTHMTO KMT BUTA SAD. Pit £MTTYBUILPIN& WM BELOW COST , ONE ONLY BARGAIN SACRIFIEO FINAL $399.95 $239 95 $179 95 30 CAL. $39 95 VELVET $619 95 ROPER HOTWATER VENT A CHAIR WOOD TRIM COOKTOP HEATER HOOD ANO OTTOMAN LOVE SEAT GAS ELECTRIC *20 *199 *199 iff en OO Vt CO CLOSEOUT UIS 95 FULL SIZE SLEEPER $368 THIS BUILDING MUST BE EMPTIED GETTING OUT REG $899.SS HERCULON SOFA AND LOVE SEAT *488 SELLING OUT REG. $735.95 HOT POINT REFRIGERATOR 15 CU.FT. 2 DOORS *459 OUT THEY GO REG. $1199.95 * PC. OAR BEDROOM Dre&ser-Mlrror, Chest. Night Stand *699 SELLING OUT $789.95 - 30” ROPER OVER RANGE SPACE SAVER MICROWAVE W/VENT A NOOD & SERVICE LIGHT 3 ONLY ?438 BRING YOUR TRUCKS. TRAILERS & WAGONS EVERYTHING SOLD U HAUL ^Krafts HOME AND AUTO 900 West San Antonio . New Braunfels, TX SALES 625-8585 A^PLI SERVICE    625-8732 WILL BE SOLO BUNK BEOS *138 BAR STOOLS *28 5 PC DINING room *199 BEDDING SETS *99 STUDENT DESK *199 _    DERYLCLARK HERALD ZEITUNG This is winter? A visitor clad in a long-sleeve sweatshirt    cold front came through New Braunfels    pected the rest of this week in contrast strolls through Landa Park. Long sleeves    Christmas Eve night. However, un    to last year's record cold wave which hit have begun to turn up this week, as a    seasonably warm temperatures are ex    during the holidays. ;

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