New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 13, 1985, Page 2

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June 13, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas DERYLCLARK HERALD ZFITUNG Eden Home residents Martha Brucks (left) and Lillian Reinke, with membership drive chairman Dr. Charles Berger Eden Home seeks support through new members By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer The Eden Home for the Aged would like to celebrate its 75th anniversary with a successful membership drive. If there's a man who can make that happen, it’s Jesse Garcia, who is working as a consultant for the nonprofit organization, along with retired Col. Tinsley Ellis. The Eden Home has over 160 nursing beds, half of which are designated intermediate case and the other half skilled care for those who need 24-hour attention * Eden Heights is an apartment complex for senior and handicapped adults who like the security of congregate living, but do not require the full-time care provided by the Eden Home. Each apartment is equipped with a kitchen, along with the Eden Heights' cafeteria, which offers lunch five days a week Eden Village is made up of cottages and condominiums built on the Eden Home grounds, and offers independent living for senior adults. Its residents can participate in activities at Eden Home, and may take their meals in the Main Dining Koom at cost. Together, the Home, the Heights and the Village are the Eden Association Inc., governed by its own board of directors. Of the 13 directors, nine are elected by the membership of the Eden Association Inc., three are appointed by the Board of Eden Home, and one is an appointed representative of the South Central Conference of tile United Church of Christ. Funds for the Eden Association Inc., are generated through annual and lifetime memberships and other kinds of contributions. These funds are then placed into an endowment fund, which is mostly invested into stocks and Certificates of Deposits. Only the earned interest income is made available to provide material assistance to the Eden Ministries. “Those who contribute seem to like the endowment part,” Garcia said, “because the money just keeps helping others. "Residents and family members still have to pay to live here, but this helps when they run out of money. No one is ever kicked out because of lack Organizations Knights of Columbus 7 .30 p.m. Thursday, Council Hall. Aid Lutherans for Lutherans: 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Canyon I.ake Action Center. National Association of Retired Federal Employees: 9:15 am. Friday, Senior Citizens Center. James Jack Chapter, DAR Flag Day luncheon, noon Friday, Northcliffe Country Club. Chapter 771, Order of the Eastern Star: officer installation, 7.30p.m. Friday, Masonic Hall. let Us “Tune lim& Your Car AUTOMOTIVE AUDIO SONY AM/FM Cass. Auto Rev................$119.95 KENWOOD AM/FM Cass. Olgltal, Scan Memory, Auto Rev................$229.95 AM/FM Cass. 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Office Manager Robert Johnson..........Editor Dave Kramer .... Advertising Mgr. Cheryl McCampbell .. . Class Mgr. Don Avery .. . Circulation Manager Carol Avery .. Photocomp Foreman GusElbel .......Press    Foreman Wanda Lasaier Kaleidoscope Editor David King.........Sports    Editor Patricia Vznaga King . . Wire Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, $10 78; 6 months, $18 82; one year, $33 64 Mail delivery outside Comal County, In Texas 3 months $1892; 6 months, $3364; one year $63 08. Mail outside Texas:    6 months, $42 OO; one year $70.00. Postmaster. Send address changes to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131. Horoscope By Stella Wilder THURSDAY,JUNE 13 Born today, you are a clever, extremely versatile individual who never fails in his natural generosity to give at least as much — and usually more! — as he takes. You possess a magnetic personality that is at times as much a drawback as an asset, for it means that you are often surrounded by other people when you would rather be alone You are a problem-solver of the first order, and this, like your magnetic personality, draws people to you incessantly FRIDAY, JUNE 14 GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -Good news regarding your financial status should be yours before midday Give an old project another try. CANCER (June 21-July 22) - Unusually keen intuitions lead you to new possibilities of achieving your goal. See to matters of health. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - You can help yourself best by a positive attitude Don’t give in to a temptation to expect the worst. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -- Retain the head start you already have over competitors Act upon any and every hint regarding your future. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) -- Good manners make the difference between your success and another’s failure. Don’t, act on peer pressure today SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -- Your ability to adapt to changing conditions helps you to make more than one transition today SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) - A gain in self-confidence is indicated. Trust those who have given you an assignment you think is out of your range. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - Don’t depend upon your ability to prejudge events. Take part; then make your assessment. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - This is the day for making action take the place of dreams. You can take a giant step toward new goals. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) - You can avoid a bitter failure today simply by tending to your own business. ARIES (March 21-April 19) - If you are willing to put in a longer day than usual, you can achieve a goal that has long eluded you. Give it a try! TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - Show some initiative early in the day. Be original in your approach, determined in carrying out your plans. Stocks of funds,’’ he added. Garcia said Eden Home memberships range from $5 to $1,000, and can be paid one time during a lifetime or in installments over a 36-month period. All gifts and contributions are taxdeductible. When the Eden Home was first built in 1910, it was in a wide-open area on the edge of San Antonio. In 1956, it was moved to its president location here, including the North and East wings, a dining area and laundry. In 1962, the Eden Home doubled its size and added the Health Center. The first cottages were built in the early 1960s, and by 1968, the Bihl Rehabilitation Center was opened. The Eden Heights Apartments on luanda Street were completed in 1979. Dr. Charles Berger is chairman of this year’s membership drive. Ray Metzke is assistant chairman, and Betty Reinarz chairs the membership committee. Garcia said a slide presentation on the Eden Association Inc., is available to any interested group “We’re doing one for the lion’s Club today,” he added. NEW YORK ( AP) Morning stocks: HughesTl 13*8 12% 13 High Low Last lnterfst 10% 10% 10% AMR Corp 444 43% 44*4 IBM 120 118% 119% Amer Can 58*8 57*8 574 Intl Harv 8% 8% 8*4 Ameritech 9178 914 91% Int Paper 49% 49% 49% AMI Inc 244 24*8 24*8 JohnsJn 45% 45*4 454 Ani Motors 3 2% 2% K mart 37% 37% 37% AmStand 30 29% 29% KrogerCo 43% 43% 43*h Amer T&T 23% 23*8 234 LTV Corp 8 7% 8 Amoco 604 59% 60 >7 Litton I rid 85% 84*8 84% Armcolnc 8% 8*8 8*4 Litton wd . 85% 84*4 84% AtlRichfld 58% 58% 58% Irones ta Ind 25% 25 25% BancTexas 3% 3% 3% I^owes 28% 274 274 BellAtlan 91% 91*4 914 MCorp 21% 21% 21*8 BellSouth 4078 40*7 40% May DSt s 55*4 544 54% Beth Steel 16*4 16*8 16*8 Medtronic 31% 31*4 31% Borden s 39*4 39 39*4 Mobil 30% 30*k 30% CaterpTr 337h 334 334 Monsanto 46 45% 45% Centel 43 43 43 Motorola 31% 31*4 31% ChesebgP 33*4 334 33‘7 NabiscoBrd 81% 81% 81% Chevron 36*4 35% 36 NYNEX 87*8 87*4 87% Chrysler 36*8 35% 35% OwensIU 46*7 46% 46% CoastalCp 49*4 48% 49*4 PacifTel 75% 75% 75% CocaCola 69% 687h 69% Penney JC 49% 49% 49% Coleman 317b 31% 31% Phelps Dod 17% 174 17% ComlMetl 164 16% 16% Philips Pet 38*4 37% 38 DeltaAirl 48 474 47% PhihpPt w i 114 11% 114 DiamShm 164 16*4 164 Polaroid 31*4 30% 30% DowChem 33 32% 32% ProctGamb 53% 534 53% Dressrlnd 21*4 21 21 PubS N’wMx 27*8 27 27 duPont 57% 56% 57% BCA 46% 46*4 EastKodak s 44*4 43% 44*8 RepBankCp 32% 32% 32% Enserch 254 25 25*4 Sabine 15% 15% 15% Entexlnc 187h 18% 18% Safeway 33 32*4 32% Exxon 52*4 52*8 52*8 SFeSouPac 28% 28*h 28*8 FedlCo 39*8 39*8 39*8 SearsRoeb 37% 374 374 Firestone 21*8 20% 21 Singer Co 35% 35*4 354 FtBcpTex 1234 12% 12% Southern Co 21% 21*4 21% Flowerlnd s 16% 16% 164 Southland 34% 34*8 34*8 FordMot 45% 45*h 45*4 SwstBell 79% 79% 79% OAF Corp 34*4 34 34*4 Sperry Cp 58% 57 57% GTE Corp 427h 42% 42% StdOUOh 46*4 46 46*4 GnDynam 73*4 73 73 SunComp 48% 48*8 48% GenElec 60% 60*8 60% TNP Ent 18*8 18*8 18% Gen Food 71*7 71 71 Tandy 33 324 33 Gen Motors 73% 73% 73*8 Tenneco 42% 42*8 42% GnMotr E s 39% 39*4 39*4 Texaco Inc 37% 37*4 37% Goodrich 34*4 34% 34‘v TexComBn 33% 33% 33% Goodyear 28% 284 284 TexEastn 324 32*8 32*4 GtAtlPac 16*8 15% 15% Texas Inst 92*8 91% 924 Gulf StaUt 15% 15% 15% TexasOGas 164 16 16 Balibuntl 30% 30*8 30*8 Tex Util 29*8 29 29 Holiday I or ji 53% 53*4 534 Tylers 14% 14% 14% Houstlnd 27% 274 27% Un Carbide 42*8 41% 42*8 r Weather DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY: Teddy Hernandez, Third Grade, Frazier Elementary Texas Shovers and thunderstorms continued to pester South and West Texas, but the rest of the state enjoyed a fair but chilly morning today Weak high pressure nestled into the central Brazos valley and gave a light north wind to (tie eastern hart of the state A light southerly wind brushed the high plains By early morning, the front emended from the north we item Gulf to south of Baffin Bay. Laredo, and Maria Record or near record low temperatures for the date • in the 60s and 60s * were reported today in several places in the High Plains and in North and East Texas Gulf moisture spilled across the shallow dome of cool ae, creating a blanket of low clouds that extended from the coastal bend to the hill country Showers were widely scattered along the coast, with heaviest precipitation in the Gulf well south of Galveston Light showers fell from the coastal bend near Alice into the hill country between bandera and Pearsall A few showers drifted across the Panhandle near Dalhart Texas forecasts NORTH TEXAS Partly cloudy tonight and Friday Widely scattered thunderstorms west tonight and Friday and in the central portions Friday Highs in the low 80s to near 90 Lows tonight in the 60s SOUTH TEXAS Isolated showers tonight and Friday Lows tonight in the 60s north to mid 70s south Highs Friday in the 80s to near UnPacCp US Steel USWest UmTel Unocal Unocal wd WalMart WestghEl Xerox Cp ZenithF, 47 27 79% 23% 30*8 30*8 53% 33*4 4978 20Mt 46*4 2634 79 23% 30 30 53% 327 8 49 20*8 467b 267h 79*4 23% 30*s 30*8 534 33 497h 20*8 Stock market lower again NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market headed lower again today, still feeling the effects of disappointment over the outlook for International Business Machines. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, down 7.50 on Wednesday, dropped 5.71 to 1,300.63 in the first hour today. lasers held a 7-4 lead over gainers among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. The market fell Wednesday as International Business Machines withdrew its previous projection of “solid growth" for 1985 after some earnings weakness in the first half of the year. IBM shares, which tumbled 5l4 points Wednesday, lost another 7« to 11978 in early trading today. The latest data on retail sales also appeared to be creating uncertainty. The Commerce Department reported that sales fell 0.8 percent in May, for their sharpest decline since last July. However, it also revised the figure for April to a 2.4 percent increase, from the gain of 0.9 percent it originally reported. “Expansion still has a green light,” said Malcolm Baldrige, the secretary of commerce. 90, except low and mid 90s along the Rio Grande WEST TEXAS Lows tonight upper 50s mountains and Panhandle to upper 60s Big Bend valleys Highs Friday mid 80s Panhandle to ne*' 102 Big Bend valleys Texas temperatures Thursday High and low temperatures and precipitation measures for the 24 hours ending at 7 a rn COT: Hi Lo Ppn Alice.............. 95 69 051 Amarillo..... . 76 56 Austin............. 84 68 Beaumont Port Arthur 90 66 Beeville 92 70 Brownsville ....... 90 74 366 Bryan College Station 88 65 Childress ........... 78 58 Corpus Christi ... 91 73 003 Dalhart 69 55 Dallas.............. 83 63 Del Rio 83 65 I 89 El Paso............. 86 60 Fort Worth .. 80 60 Galveston.......... ... 83 71 0 07 Hondo ............. 82 65 Houston............ 89 63 Junction ........... 71 55 Kingsville 95 74 004 Laredo ............ 95 70 mm Longview ......... 84 59 Lubbock ............ 75 58 Lufkin.............. 84 57 Marfa . .. 65 49 McAllen............ 94 74 Midland Odessa 71 58 0 18 San Angelo......... ... 71 54 063 San Antonio . 83 64 006 Stephenville 74 59 Texarkana .......... 81 67 Victoria ..... ...91 70 Waco 90 59 Wichita Falls 79 55 Wink 68 58 Extended forecasts North I exas No ram expected Saturc through Monday Seasonable temperate with highs in the upper 80s to lower 90s a lows in the upper 60s to lower 70s Brought To You By...... 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