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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New fir aurif els February Wholesale prices remain stable in January AP Wholesale beginning the year on an encouraging held flat in the government said Energy prices posted their steepest drop In almost two years while food costs alao declined It was the third time in the last five months that the overall index showed no While mostt conomists foresee a price rise of 2 percent for all of one said over the next few it Is hard to believe that we will see any significant That optimism Is based on sagging worldwide oil prices and the Continued strength of the which hit new highs against foreign currencies again this As for last energy prices fell the biggest decline since a 3 percent drop in March Gasoline prices fell percent while home heating oil prices were off Both declines were the steepest since At the wholesale gasoline is now percent cheaper than it was just a year Food prices fell percent in their best performance since a percent decline last That drop was largely the product of a percent fall in egg the steepest decline for any category in the Analysts credit that drop to higher production at a time of weak Fresh fruit prices rose the biggest increase for any food Experts said the February rise would likely be even higher as the January price survey was done before the devastating freeze hit Floridas citrusgrowing Vegetable prices dropped percent last month but experts again pointed to the Florida freeze and said consumers could soon see increases in vegetable The good news on energy and food prices was tempered somewhat by higher prices for new cars and Both posted price hikes Satellite reveals aurora power source of In releasing todays the Labor Department said that if priced held steady for a full year at Januarys wholesale costs would actually fall That figure is based on a more precise calculation of monthly prices than the figure made In the Producer Price Index for finished goods stood at in meaning that goods costing in 1967 would have cost last Prices rose a slight percent December and percent in For all of prices rose just That combined with an even smaller percent increase in meant the United States enjoyed the best twoyear inflation performance in two The department gave these other details of January price activity gas prices dropped percent and are now percent below their level of a year In the energy price calculations reported today were for That component of the wholesale measure lags a month because energy companies report their prices too late for inclusion in the most recent AP Scientists for the first time have located a eggshaped power supply in space that helps create the Northern and Southern the mysterious curtains of green light that shimmer around Earths The power source is an invisible zone 20 to 30 times the size of and is located about miles always on the side of the Earth away from the University of Iowa physicist Lou Frank said It uses magnetic forces to trap electrically charged particles from the solar a particleladen gas that speeds from the sun at nearly 1 million Frank It the power supply zone really dances around out said who presented his findings at Jet Propulsion Laboratory during an international conference on solar wind interaction with Earths magnetic Frank said the most detailed ultraviolet and visible light satellite photos ever made of the Northern and Southern Lights allowed resear chers to calculate the location of the power source in the Earths magnetic The tail is the 4 millionmilelong part of Earths magnetic field blown away from the planet by solar From the the Northern and Southern Lights also called the aurora borealis and aurora australis usually are visible from high latitudes as a series of 60to 70miletall green curtains marching and waving across the Frank although they also may appear as a red The Northern and Southern Lights occur because solar wind pushes the magnetic field around the Earth to create an electric or power in the magnetic he Through a complex series of the voltage accelerates the particles into Earths polar where they funnel into the atmosphere and are illuminated to create the Just as a television picture is produced by electrically charged particles shot onto a TV the auroras are basically picture produced on Mother Natures TV set Mother of transplant patient weds DALLAS AP One year to1 the day after Stormie Jones underwent the worlds first simultaneous heart liver her mother helped make sure Stormie will never forget the anniversary of starting a new Lois Susie wed telephone salesman Greg Browning on Valentines insisted afterwards that he didnt realize Stormies historic operation was on Valentines Day 1984 when he asked Jones to marry him on But its for sure that I wont forget our anniversary he Its a triple In a local church filled with as many television cameras and reporters as the couple grinned broadly and held hands throughout the 15minute ceremony performed by the Fred Stormie was decked out in a lacy pink dress and shiny white one of which slipped off as she stumbled over a step on her way to the Several of the bridesmaids giggled moments Stormies mother did the The service for Brownings second marriage and Brownings first celebrated love in honor of the marriage and Valentines Day and life in honor of The brown eyed as had little to say to the reporters who mobbed her after the Im she murmured I have my heart and liver transplant and Valentines Stormie suffered from a rare congenital disease that had in creased the cholesterol in her blood to nearly 10 times the normal She underwent the double transplant in Third patient chosen for heart transplant AP A 58 yearold retired assembly line Worker will undergo an artificial heart implant operation Sunday at the Humana Heart Institute In doctors said Murray of has had chronic congestive heart disease of an unknown cause since said William Haydon had been receiving medication for the but the drugs are now DeVries said in a onepage statement issued by the He was admitted Wednesday to Humana Hospital where the operation will be DeVries and other members of the hospitals heart team reviewed Haydons medical records and interviewed him before he was He underwent additional testing and was approved as an implant candidate by the hospitals evaluation committee on Thur the statement Doctors will implant the Jarvik7 DeVries and other1 members of the hospitals heart team reviewed Haydons medical records and interviewed him before he was He underwent additional testing and was ap proved as an implant candidate by the hospitals evaluation committee on Thur the statement plastic and metal device in The same kind of unit was implanted in William Schroeder on who celebrated his 53rd birthday remains a patient at the Attorney general pleased with antidrug trafficking efforts WASHINGTON AP The ab duction of an American narcotics agent in Mexico shows the United States is succeeding in our efforts to combat international drug traf Attorney General William French Smith Pledging to do all in his power to apprehend those who kidnapped Enrique Salazar Smith said the full weight of the United States government stands behind the work of our agents throughout the Smiths statement Thursday came as the Justice Department released the contents of a cable he had sent earlier to his Mexican We have committed every available resource to this and are willing to make available to you and your government whatever resources are Smith told Attorney General Sergio Garcia The cable was released by the Justice Department a week after a 37yearold agent with the Drug Enforcement Ad was forced into a car by four suspected drug traffickers in The incident is the first suspected kidnapping of a DEA agent in Camarena hasnt been seen or heard from Nor have United States or Mexican authorities received any ransom demands from his officials have The Woman sentenced in case of cruelty to horses Embassy in Mexico City has offered a reward for in formation about his In his cable to Smith said I urge you to follow every commit every resource and affirm your presidents Miguel de la Madrid commitment to combat the actions of these narcotics This offensive action is a showing of strength by these traffickers and we and will stand idly by and allow these groups to attempt to destabilize our governments efforts in the war against drug it In a separate Smith Such acts of violence demonstrate that we are succeeding in our HOUSTON AP A woman convicted of cruelty to animals after 31 sick and starving horses were seized by authorities has been sen tenced to oneyear probation and ordered to pay a Johnnie also was ordered by visiting CourtatLaw Judge Rya Montgomery to perform 50 hours of community service as part of her The judge on Wednesday found Riley guilty of the misdemeanor which was punishable by up to one year in jail and a maximum Riley was accused of neglecting the horses she kept on a 37acre lot in northwest Harris She wore a hospital bracelet to her sentencing Thursday and clutched a nausea tray as the judge announced her Defense attorney Darryl Campbell said his client had checked into Ben Taub Hospital earlier in the complaining of a headache and chest When the judge read the guilty verdict a day Riley shrieked and struck her head as her chair tipped She then sat up and I cant help it if horses get sick and lose During Rileys veterinarian Frank Martin testified that when 31 horses were confiscated from Rileys property on most of them were about 300 pounds too Martin said 11 of the animals were destroyed because they had a con tagious form of and the others have Kelly who worked for Riley shortly before the said she was told to feed the horses four pounds of grain a Veterinarians testified the animals require 10 pounds to 12 pounds of grain daily to stay Veterinarian Vickie Lawrence said she 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