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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Btauhfels Jurtt i June 18H5 receive Silver Unicorn honors Stocks people received New firaunfels ISDs Silver Unlcofii Award for distinguished service to the students o New presented during graduation ceremonies at New Braunfels High School went to Charles Robert Jo An Jean Connie Worley and Iris Nowotny spent several years of service to the Unicorn Serving as president of the Band Boosters Club and chaperoning DeLemos donated his time and expertise to students participating in the sports both at the high school and middle school Robinett devdted 19 years in the teaching field and this year tadght at Seele involved In education for 26 years in is retiring this year from teaching high school who devoted a lot of time to the Cornal County 4H has been an integral part of Youth involved for many years ad a member of the has filled offices at the campus level and the City Council She also teaches vacation Bible school and Sunday school at her church and has helped with the local Girl Hot time in town Fans at Saturdays New BraunfelsCanyon playoff baseball game beat the 95degree heat in a variety of One group brought an some wore some left their shirts at and some did More of the same is in the forecast this burglaries up over weekend Two service a visitor and a manager at two local motels fell victim last weekend to crimes associated with the arrival of the 1985 summer tourist The Pit Stop 2 at 3501 Interstate 35 West reported the theft of Sunday The Pay Less Gas station just down the highway reported two thefts of and Sunday at and again at We had a lot of those last Detective Juan Gusme speaking of the gasoline You can sure tell the tourists are Police arrested a 22yearold Houston man for burglary of a motor in connection with a suitcase stolen from a pickup truck parked at the Holiday John Edd Nealy was placed under bond by Municipal Court Judge David Gusme said the suitcase belonged to Allen Mieritz of Mieritz saw the suspect take the and go inside the room next door to he Nealy was later arrested by police In his hotel The suitcase contained about in assorted clothing and A motel room was destroyed at the Fountain Motel on Highway 81 East sometime between 3 Friday and noon which in cluded a cracked and a broken light fixture and eight ceiling was estimated at Three students visiting the Schlitterbahn with the Seminole Independent School District fell victim to bus burglars Over in running shoes and stereo equipment left on the school bus was reported stolen sometime between 5 About in cash was stolen from a 1983 Chrysler convertible between The car belonging to Mindie Ward of was parked in the parking lot of the Camp Warnecke OF YOUR Workouts that Work Were not Muscle Builders but you can lake it build it up and make it firm with our miraculous high effi ciency exercise equipment and pro fessional onthefloor Then comes the Whirlpools Swimming Pools and much Who 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81 81 81 88 87 87 47 47 47 77 76 51 51 51 19 19 19 38 37 37 11 11 11 31 30 31 53 53 53 Ve 27 26 27 45 44 44 33 33 33 15 15 15 32 32 32 30V4 30 30 Stock prices cast adrift NEW YORK AP Stock prices drifted in a narrow range in early trading today after turning in a mixed performance in the previous The Dow Jones average of 30 in which fell on was unchanged at after the first hour of But gainers took a narrow lead over declining issues in the early going on the New York Stock Ex whose composite index was off at Big Board volume slowed to million shares compared with million at the same point in Mondays Investors have been tugged by conflicting views of what a slower pace of economic growth may mean for stock Slower growth may foreshadow depressed earnings performances in some a development which may hurt stock prices in the short But slower growth may also en courage the Federal Reserve to pursue a more accomodative monetary something which could lead to lower interest rates and more robust growth In the PPG Industries was off Vt at Atlantic Richfield was unchanged at RCA was up at 44 and Exxon was down at Other early morning temperatures around the state included 75 at Wichita 78 at DallasFort Worth and 76 at 78 at 79 at 78 at Corpus Christ and San 66 at Lubbock and 76 at Texas forecasts North Texas Scattered thunderstorms spreading east Mostly cloudy Continued warm and Lows tonight Highs Wednesday mid 80s northwest to low 90s southeast DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Jacob Fifth Carl Schurz Texas Scattered thunderstorms triggered by an upper level low pressure system roared across portions ol West Texas early today and forecasters called lor the showers and thunderstorms to continue tor the next two The thunderstorms were reported at dawn from the eastern Panhandle through the South Plains into the Trans Pecos area Rainfall amounts were said to be light over some areas and significant in other areas for received slightly more than a trace by Forecasts called for the developing low pressure system located the South western United States to continue moving eastward acrosi increasjnfl the chances of more thunderstorms for the next two mainly over western and portions of the Forecasts called for the showers and thunderstorms to continue over West Texas today and some them were to be possibly severe in the Panhandle and South Some widely scattered thunderstorms were forecast for extreme South It was to be cloudy over West Texas and partly cloudy Highs today and Wednesday were to be mostly in the 80s and ranging from the mid 70s in the Panhandle to near 100 in the Big Bend area of Southwest Lows tonight will be mostly in the 60s and Skies were mostly cloudy early today over the entire state except in Northeast Texas and far west Texas where skies were Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 60s in northwest end far west sections and in the 70s and 80s Extremes ranged from 62 at El Paso to 80 at McAllen and West Texas Showers and thunderstorms east of the mountains northward through the Panhandle tonight and Few severe storms possible Panhandle and South Plains Not quite as warm Wed Lows tonight upper 50s Panhandle to near 70 lower Pecos Highs Wed nesday tower 70s Panhandle to mid 80s Concho Valley and upper 90s Big Bend South TexasMostly cloudy continued warm and A slight chance of thundershowers lower coast Lows Oartly cloudy Wednesday with widely scattered thunderstorms west and south Highs The Nation A heat wave held its grip on the South today and the North was unseasonably cool as showers and thunderstorms dampened the nations Heavy rains drenched portions of the southern Plains and midMississippi Valley early prompting a Hash flood watch in eastern Thunderstorms fumbled across eastern Virginia and parts of and rainshowers were scattered across the northern Plains and from northern California to western Showers and thunderstorms spread from western Texas across the southern and central Plains to the lower Ohio Earlymorning temperatures from the Southeast to the southern Plains were mostly in the Readings in the 30s to 40s prevailed across the northern tier of Daily records were broken or tied Monday in 103 and Brought To You MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank 901 New 78130 Member
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