New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 15, 1985, Page 12

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword 12 New Braunfels Herald-Ze/Yuny Stocks High I .ow I .ast AMR Corp 37 s* 374 374 Amor Can 50*2 504 504 Aineritech 754 754 754 AMI Inc 214 214 214 Am Motors 4*2 44 44 AmStand 334 334 334 Amor TAT 20% 20 204 Armcolnc I O’i 10-4 104 AtlRichfld 444 444 44 BancTexas 44 44 44 Roll Allan 794 794 794 BellSouth s 334 334 334 Both Steel 184 184 184 Borden 644 644 644 CaterpTr 304 30 304 Centel 394 394 394 Chevron 314 314 314 Chrysler 324 314 314 CocaCola 644 834 64 Coleman 264 26 264 ComlMetl 164 164 164 DiamShm 184 18 18 Dow Chem 294 29 294 Dressrlnd 184 184 184 East Kodak 73 714 724 Knserch 234 234 234 Kntexlnc 20 20 20 Exxon 454 454 454 KedlCo 354 344 354 Firestone 184 184 184 KtBcpTex 154 15 154 KordMot 484 474 474 (IAF Corp 264 264 264 CTE Corp 424 114 424 (inDynam 714 71 71 GenElcc 594 594 594 den Food 554 554 554 den Motors 814 804 804 dnMotr E n 494 184 49 Goodrich 264 264 264 Goodyear 264 264 264 GtAtlPac 154 154 154 Hiilihurtn 274 27 27 PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOL VEO rannra □□DQ VOTO HKsHDQra QDQOimOI A L L I E U D A R [iran HHmraa |A 7_ CU R RI E_ Pl BA O R LESHE KHIFWAlDT HERALD ZEITUNG Last legs This snowman on Wood Road is suffering from acute melt itis, init intoxication. Snowmen all across town are losing weight rapidly as this past weekend's freezing temperatures gave way to a warming trend this week By DANA STELL Staff writer Thirty percent of the city’s hotel and motel room occupancy tax should be dedicated to the local arts community, with one-tenth of that money going toward construction of a performing arts center. That’s what the Options and Opportunities Committee wants the city to do with the room tax. And committee chairman Edward Dedeke, at Monday's City Council meeting, recommended that the city consider raising the room occupancy tax rate so the city can raise more money without placing a burden on citizens. The current room occupancy tax is 4 cents per dollar, with the arts groups receiving IO percent, the city receiving IO percent, and the convention and tourist fund of the Chamber of Commerce receiving 80 percent. The reports from the Options and Opportunities committee states that the “current IO percent devoted to the arts is not considered adequate to meet the needs of arts organizations in the city."★ GSD Continued from Page I “I want to go into each community where we’ve got schools, get together interested folks district-wide, form a steering committee, and get in one room and talk," Brown said. “These workshops will serve as a place to sit down and talk, and get some organization going. * lf we can start as early as February, I would like to," Brown added. The board asked the staff to check with board members Karen Bust, Mr win IwTunann and Kenneth Wunderlich, who were absent last night, to see if the first Monday of each month was agreeable with them, too. before releasing any specific workshop dates. The board also unanimously waived tuition for a Huddle school student transfer, and authorized the purchase of $13,‘)87 iii typewriters, and $54,778 .38 iii computers and related equipment from various vendors. The current budget designated sufficient funds for both purchases. Following executive session, the board employed Veronica Smith as a clerk for the Central Office, and Sandra Jackson as the district’s public information officer. Jackson replaced Dave Johnson, whose resignation was accepted last month. Johnson had worked for CTS!)about a year. Resignations were accepted Monday night from Karen Endicott, who taught English at Canyon High School; Robert liCigh, a custodian at Smithson Valley High School; and Ramon Diaz, a mechanic helper at the district garage. Information on the Fabulous Canadian Lotteries(Tax-Free in Canada) Over $30 Million Given Away Monthly Over $1 Billion Won So FarPATRIOT AGENCIES, Dept c Boat 414, Post Office F, Toronto, Ontario, Canada M4Y2L8 • 1-416-964-7071 The city also should place development of a permanent    arts facility on a level with sports-oriented facilities, states the report. “At the present time, there are no centers which offer even    the minimum requirements for    the encouragement of these two groups (performing arts and visual arts organizations),’’ continues    the report. “I’d love for this town to have an auditorium to hold all the pcolc." said Councilman Joe Rogers. Dedeke pointed out that a strong arts community attracts tourism, which brings more money to the community. “I am glad to see us emphasize the arts and talking about them.’ said Councilwoman Betty liou Hushing. “A lot of people in town have expressed an interest in our art renaissance." Court Thielcman. assistant to the city manager, is to conduct a survey of other cities and their room occupancy taxes. ★ Budget ( ontinucd from Page I $2.(Min to $4.(MKI, with the higher ones going to police lieutenants, tin personnel director, public works director, fire chief, police chief, and assistant city manager. Miehie's salary Increases from $38,500 to $40,500, while that of Assistant City Manager Hector Tamayo and Police Chief Burney Bocck rose from $27.5<»0 to $32,207 per year F i r e M a r s h a I EI r o y Friesenhahn is getting a raise from $19,700 to $23,162; while Fire Chief Jack Wilson’s salary increases from $24,148 to$20,917. Michie said the "net increase in the budget for salaries that affect all departments and department heads is $70,236." Council Monday approved an ordinance amending the operamg budget for 1984-1985 to take care of the salary increases until the new fiscal year begins in July. \«JFigure Won C    jo-X    lAJosnejx OFFER LIMITED TO 35 MEMBERSHIPS PIR SPA. . Call Now! No Obligation!625-7328655 Landa VILLAGE SHOPPING CTR. Hotel- motel tax Panel wants 30 percent for the arts Tuesday, January 15,1985 Holiday Inn 464 464 464 Houstlnd 224 224 224 HughesTl 134 134 134 Interfst 104 104 104 IBM 1254 1254 1254 Intl Harv IO 94 IO Int Paper 534 534 534 JeffPilot s 394 394 394 JohnsJn 374 374 374 K mart 364 364 364 KrogerCo 384 384 384 ETV Corp 12 114 114 Litton Ind 684 674 674 I-oneSta Ind 234 234 234 MCorp 20 194 20 MayDSt s 424 424 424 Medtronic 274 264 27 Mobil 274 264 264 Monsanto s 424 424 424 Motorola s 364 364 364 NabiscoBrd 514 514 514 NYNEX 754 744 75 PacifTel 70 694 694 Penney JC 494 484 484 Phelps Dod 154 144 15 PhillpsPet 44 434 434 Polaroid 254 25 25 ProctGamb 564 564 564 RCA 364 36 364 RepBankCp 284 284 284 Sabine 16s! 164 164 Safeway 284 284 284 SFeSouPac 274 27 27 SearsRoeb 334 334 334 ShellOil 554 554 554 Singer Co 32'-2 324 324 Southern Co 184 184 184 Southland 264 254 264 SwstBcll 694 684 694 Sperry Cp 43 424 424 StdOillnd 544 54 544 StdOilOh 42 41s« 414 SunComp 464 46 464 TNP Ent 144 144 144 Tandy 254 254 254 Tenneco 384 374 38 Texaco Inc 344 334 334 TexComBn 394 394 394 TexEastn s 28 274 28 Texas Inst 124 1234 1234 TexasOGas 18 174 174 Tex Util 264 264 264 TylerCp 294 294 294 Un Carbide 39 384 384 UnPacCp 444 434 44 US Steel 274 274 274 USWest 704 694 70 UniTel 23 V* 224 23 Unocal 344 344 344 WalMart 404 404 404 WestghEl s 274 274 274 Xerox Cp 404 394 40 ZenithE 204 204 204 ★ Robbery Continued from Page I related to other ones." Gusme said the suspect is between 5 feet, 8 inches and 5 feet, IO and weighs between 160 and 180 pounds. I^ast Sunday he was wearing jeans, a faded jacket, and a grey ski cap with the eyes cut out. The suspect in the Jan. IO robbery is believed to weigh betwee 160 and 175 and is between 5 feet, 8 inches and 5 feet. IO inches tall. “If anyone has any information, please call the police department, we need help," Gusme said. House certifies Kuempel as winner AUSTIN (AP) — The Texas House today certified Seguin Rep. Edmund Kuempel as the winner over a Democratic challenger who contested the election. Kuempel, a Republican, was a 21,430-vote winner over George Bigley of New Braunfels. But Bigley said illegal votes gave Kuempel the win. A special House committee found no merit in Bigley’s claims. Chairman Steve Wolens today won House voice vote approval for the committee’s recommendation to dismiss Bigley’s challenge. At a committee session Inst week, Bigley said his election chances were hurt because “people were told that (Democratic presidential candidate Walter) Mondale was taking dope and was dying of a heart attack " ACROSS 1 Trundle beds 5 Small hammer 10 Seaweed 14 Ellipse 15 Aloe 16 Jewel 17 Jets 19 Romance 20 Mason’s tool 21 Electees 22 Natives: suff 23 Famed auto 25 Busy symbol 26 Operation memento 30 Naught 31 Runway surface 34 Moslems’ "God" 36 Tarnish 38 Flurry 39 Illegal 42 Rightful 43 Stem 44 Moldy 45 Pat 47 Fish 49 Rara avis 50 City of Yugoslavia 51 Fracas 53 Uttered 55 Sun. talk 56 Plays 61 Bit 62 Theorist 64 "Prince —” 65 Taw 66 Songwriter Paul — 67 Deckhands 68 Notes 69 Just in case DOWN 1 Garment 2 "— the Waves’’ 3 Edible root 4 Road sign 5 Four quarts 6 Turkish VIP 7 Popular dessert 8 Makes level 9 Minus 10 More Bohemian 11 Central American 12 Talented 13 Grains 18 By 24 Flexible 25 Spas 26 Polishes 27 Hard blow 28 AC electricity device 29 Unrefined 31 Explosive 32 Hood's friend Allan---- 33 Fawn 35 Cornballs 37 Signer 40 Article 41 DDE s command 46 Lubricators 48 Spoons 51 Rush 52 Paid athlete 53 Overlook 54 Baltic city 55 Asian gulf 57 Head rope 58 Possessive 59 Demands 60 Office copy 63 Siouan ;

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