New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 15, 1985, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 15, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas ^ FREE ^ Bonus #3 Heavy Duty Bed Frame FREE Bonus #1 s2500 Cash FREE Bonus #2 s4500 Gift Cert. McKenna hospital to hold blood drive March 25,26 Blood donors are invited to participate in the annual spring blood drive at McKenna Memorial Hospital March 25 and 26. A bloodmobile will be on the hospital grounds from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Persons who are between 17 and 66, in good health, and who weigh at least 110 pounds are eligible to donate. A parent’s written consent is required for 17-year-old donors. Voluntary participation assures the transfusion needs of hospital patients. It is through blood drives that the hospital, in connection with the South Texas Regional Blood Bank, is able to meet the needs of local patients. Blood donation takes about 30 minutes, including a predonation screening and evaluations of the donor’s tem perature, pulse, blood pressure, and iron level. The actual donation takes fewer than IO minutes and is followed by liquid refreshment which replenishes body fluids. After a unit of blood is separated into components, it benefits more than one hospital patients — those who lose blood during surgery require tansfusions of red cells, burn patients depend on plasma to replace body fluids, and hemophiliacs required regular transfusion of cry ©precipitate to control bleeding, and cancer and leukemia patients depend on platelets as part of their therapy. For more information about the blood drive, call Mauro Garza at McKenna Memorial Hospital, 625-9111. Stocks NEW YORK (AP)-Morning stocks High Low last AMR Corp 404 40 40 Artier Can 51 >-8 51 51 Ameritech 814 814 814 AMI Inc 234 234 234 Am Motors 34 34 34 AmStand 324 32 32 Amer TAT 214 214 214 Armcolnc 94 94 94 AtlRichfld 484 484 484 HancTexas 44 44 44 BellAtlan 84 834 834 BellSouth s 384 364 364 Beth Steel 164 164 164 Borden 674 674 674 CaterpTr Centel 314 304 304 404 404 404 Chevron 344 344 344 Chrysler 344 344 344 CocaCola 644 644 644 Coleman 304 304 30*4 DiamShm 184 184 184 DowChem 294 294 294 Dressrlnd 204 204 204 East Kodak 684 684 684 Enserch 294 294 294 Entexlnc 174 174 174 Exxon 494 49 49 Firestone 18 Wa 18 KtBcpTex FordMot 16 154 154 434 434 434 GAF Corp 314 314 314 GTE Corp 434 434 434 GnDynam 734 705* 714 GenElec 624 614 62 Gen Food 604 594 60 Gen Motors 774 774 774 GnMotr E n 64 634 64 Goodrich 294 294 294 Goodyear 264 264 264 GtAtlPac 164 164 164 Haliburtn 304 304 304 Hobday Inn 504 504 504 Houstlnd 224 224 224 HughesTl 154 154 154 Interfst 114 114 114 IBM 1294 129 1294 Int) Harv 104 IO IO Int Paper JeffPilot s 50 494 494 40 40 40 JohnaJn 394 39 394 K mart 334 33 334 KrogerCo 404 40 40 ETV Corp 104 104 104 I Jtton Ind 664 654 654 I .oneSta Ind 234 224 224 I .owes 28 27 4 28 MCorp 22’* 224 224 May DSts 45 444 444 Medtronic 304 304 304 Mobil 294 284 294 Monsanto s 434 434 434 Motorola s 314 31 314 NabtscoBrd 574 574 574 NYNEX 794 794 794 PactfTel 71 704 704 Penney JC 474 474 474 Phelps Drk1 184 18 184 Philips Pet 494 49 494 Polaroid 254 254 254 ProctGamb 56 554 56 PubSNwMx 244 244 244 Kl A 384 384 384 HepBankCp 324 324 324 Sabula 174 17 174 Safeway 324 314 324 SFeSouPac 264 264 264 SearsRueb 344 344 344 ShellOtl 584 584 584 34*4 344 344 184 184 184 324 324 324 744 744 744 504 50 504 634 624 63 454 454 454 494 494 494 154 154 154 324 32 32 40 394 40 35 344 35 36 354 354 38 36 364 314 314 314 1094 1094 1094 174 174 174 264 264 264 314 314 314 374 37 37 474 47 474 274 274 274 75 744 744 234 234 234 474 464 474 454 454 454 304 30 304 424 424 424 214 21 21 Singer Co Southern Co Southland SwstBell Sperry Cp StdOillnd StdOilOh SunComp TNP Ent Tandy Tenneco Texaco Inc TexAmBnch TexComBn TexEastn s Texas Inst TexasOGas Tex Util TylerCp Un Carbide UnPacCp US Steel USWest UniTel Unocal WalMart WestghEls Xerox Cp ZemthE Stock market loses ground quietly NEW YORK (API - The stock market showed a small loss in quiet trading today in a muted response to the news of the temporary- closing of some Ohio savings institutions. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials dropped .77 to 1,259.26 in the first hour. Losers held a slight lead over gainers among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Richard Celeste, the governor of Ohio, today ordered that about 70 privately-insured savings and loans be closed for three days because of some reported runs on deposits. The situation arose after one savings institution shut down because of losses associated with the collapse of a Florida investment finn, ESM Government Securities Inc. The news touched off an apparent • flight to safety” in the credit markets, with heavy buying of shortterm Treasury bills But Wall Street analysts pointed out that the great majority of banks and savings institutions around the country are covered by federal deposit insurance. They said there was nothing to indicate that the banking system as a whole would be affected in any way. Cheerleading clinic planned for Saturday Learn how to love cheering at the ‘‘I Love to Cheer” clinic led by the New Braunfels High School cheerleaders and their sponsor Sally Kingsbury. The clinic will be held Saturday from 9 a m. to noon at the Academy Street gym. It’s open to any girl interested in cheerleading. Students in kindergarten through the 12th grade may participate and the $8 cost may be paid at the clinic. T-shirts also may be ordered at the clinic. They cost $6 and will be delivered to the student’s homeroom teacher. The clinic will include chants, cheers, sideline dances, jumps, stunts, and stretching. Calendar of Events Organizations Comal County Sportsman Association: fish fry-, 5:30 p.m. Friday, hall on Kfewald Lane. Comal County Youth Fair: foods auction, 6 p.m. Friday; livestock auction, 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Comal County Fairgrounds Lamar School bake sale: 6 a rn. Saturday, Divine’s Food Store, Courtyard Shopping Center. Divine’s will donate the baked goods. (lf you would like to announce your group's activities in the newspaper, call us at 625-9J 44 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 tor Sunday editions is 5 pm. Friday.I Getting the point Eunice the Unicorn, with the aid of a group of cheerleaders from New Braunfels High, leads Lamar School students in a variety of chants CERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG and yells. The school held "Unicorn Day" this week —one of many activities held in con junction with Public Schools Week. Weather Brought To You By...... USI MBonkNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank P. O. Bos 45! Main Plaza, Now Braunfels, Texas 76130 512/625-6501. Member MCory, MPACT and FPIC. Spring Bonus FREE!*nvTWO Bonuses with Sale Purchase Nationally Advertised Bed Systems As Much As 60% OFF Prices Start As Low As 69 OO la. 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SLEEPS WELL Courtyard Shopping Cantor 629-5656 Now Braunfels Mon.Fri. 10-6 Sat. 10-5 New Braunfels Herald-Ze/funy Friday, March 15,1985    3A Texas A high pressure system butting south ward across Tenet today brought tog and light ram to the Rio Grand* Valley and precipitation across the mid to lower Gulf coast, end forecasters predicted mere scattered shower and thunderstorms Fog combined with the light ram over the lower valley reduced visibility below three miles Rain tho wets were aieo being detected in a 90 mile wide area that stretched from Langtry on the Edwards Plateau to Artesia N M Skies were fair to partly cloudy across much of North and West Texas Winds were north to northeast across the eastern two thirds of the state and east to southeast over western sections at 5 to 15 mph Low temperatures ranged from the 40s and 50s to the 30s in the Panhandle and th* northern south plains Extremes were 29 jrees et Amarillo to 59 degrees at Brownsville Other readings at 5 a rn. were 43 at Dallas Fort Worth Airport Stephanville and San Angelo 41 at Abilene and El Paso 52 at Austin and San Antonio and 45 at Waco Also. Wichita Falls had 40 Lubbock 34 Corpus Christi, 66; and Midland. 44 A chance of scattered showers or thun oerstorms was expected rn South and Southwest Texas, spreading east of the mountains tonight It should be partly cloudy to cloudy statewide, with afternoon highs mostly in the 50s and 60s and 70s along the Rio Grande Texas forecasts North Texas Mostly cloudy tonight with a slight chance of showers west Mostly cloudy again Saturday with a chance of showers all areas High Saturday 62 to 64 Low tonight 46 to 48 South Texas Cloudy tonight with a chance The Nation Skies were mostly clear today from the Great Lakes across the middle Mississippi Valley and most of the West, with scatteied showers over parts of the Southwesi and from Georgia to Virginia Flagstaff Am . got ram, a snowshower and thunder Thursday night ana a travelers advisory was posted across the snowy mountains of New Mexico Scattered snowshowers were reported over Pennsylvania New York and die mountains of Arizona Temperatures ranged from the teens and low 20f across the upper Mississippi Valley, the northern Great Lakes and the northern Rockies to the 60s and low 70s in southern Florida The low temperature m the nation et 2 a rn EST today was 8 degrees at Yellowstone Wyo and the high was 75 at Key West Flu of ram or showers most sections Mostly cloudy and warmer Saturday Lows tonight near 50 north to near 60 south with 40s hill country Highs Saturday mostly 70s West Texas Mostly cloudy through Saturday Scattered showers or thur derstorms southwest today gradually spreading east of the mountains later today and tonight Scattered showers and thun derstorms continuing east of the mountains Saturday Lows tonight mostly in the 40s Highs Saturday a little warmer 50s and 60s most areas except mid 70s Big Beno East Texas Mostly cloudy, cool tonight Low m the upper 40s Light east wind Saturday mostly cloudy with a 20 percent chance of showers High in the lower 60s East wind 10 mph Port Arthur to Port O Connor Winds northeast at 16 to 20 knots tonight Last winds near 15 knots Saturday Seas 4 to 6 feet near shore and 5 to 8 feet offshore today and tonight Cloudy with scattered showers and thundershowers more numerous this afternoon and tonight Port O'Connor to Brownsville North winds near 20 knots today Northeast winds 15 to 20 knots tonight East winds near 15 knots Saturday Seas 4 to 6 feet neat shote md b to 8 feet offshore today and tonight Cloudy with scattered showers and and than dershowais today through early Sat ut aa. DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY. Jermaine Heard, Jr., Fifth Grade, Carl Schurz ;

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