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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas ISlew Braunfels June Horoscope By Stella Wilder 13 Born you are a extremely versatile individual who never fails in his natural generosity to give at least as much and usu ally more as he You pos sess a magnetic personality that is at times as much a drawback as an for it means that you are often surrounded by other people when you would rather be You are a problemsolver of the first and like your mag netic draws people to you JUNE 14 GEMINI May 21June 20 Good news regarding your financial status should be yours before Give an old project another CANCER June 21July 22 Unusually keen intuitions lead you to new possibilities of achieving your See to matters of LEO July 22 You can help yourself best by a positive atti Dont give in to a temptation to expect the VIRGO 22 Retain the head start you already have over Act upon any and every hint regarding your LIBRA 22 manners make the difference between your success and anothers Dont act on peer pressure SCORPIO 21 Your ability to adapt to changing conditions helps you to make more than one transition SAGITTARIUS 21 A gain in selfconfidence is Trust those who have given you an assignment you think is out of your CAPRICORN 19 Dont depend upon your ability to prejudge Take part then make your AQUARIUS 18 This is the day for making action take the place of You can take a giant step toward new PISCES 19March 20 You can avoid a bitter failure today simply by tending to your own busi ARIES March 21Aprll 19 If you are willing to put in a longer day than you can achieve a goal that has long eluded Give it a try TAURUS April 20May 20 Show some initiative early in the Be original in your determined in carrying out your DERYL Eden Home residents Martha Brucks left and Lillian with membership drive chairman 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 If theres a man who can make that its Jesse who is working as a consultant for the non profit along with retired Tinsley The Eden Home has over 160 nursing half of which are designated intermediate case and the other half skilled care for those who need 24hour Eden Heights is an apartment complex for senior and handicapped adults who like the security of congregate but do not require the fulltime care provided by the Eden Each apartment is equipped with a along with the Eden Heights which offers lunch five days a Eden Village is made up of cot tages and condominiums built on the Eden Home and offers independent living for senior Its residents can participate in ac tivities at Eden and may take their meals in the Main Dining Room at the the Heights and the Village are the Eden Association governed by its own board of Of the 13 direc nine are elected by the mem bership of the Eden Association three are appointed by the Board of Eden and one is an appointed representative of the South Central Conference of the United Church of Funds for the Eden Association are generated through annual and lifetime memberships and other kinds of These funds are then placed into an endowment which is mostly invested into stocks and Certificates of Only the earned interest income is made available to provide material assistance to the Eden Those who contribute seem to like the endowment Garcia because the money just keeps helping Residents and family members still have to pay to live but this helps when they run out of No one is ever kicked out because of lack of he Garcia said Eden Home mem berships range from to and can be paid one time during a lifetime or in installments over a 36 month All gifts and contributions are tax When the Eden Home was first built in it was in a wideopen area on the edge of San In it was moved to its president location including the North1 and East a dining area and In the Eden Home doubled its size and added the Health The first cottages were built in the early and by the Bihl Rehabilitation Center was The Eden Heights Apartments on Landa Street were completed in Charles Berger is chairman of this years membership Ray Metzke is assistant and Betty Reinarz chairs the mem bership Garcia said a slide presentation on the Eden Association is available to any interested Were doing one for the Lions Club stocks NEW YORK 47 46 Steel 27 26 26 AMR 79 79 79V4 Amer 23 23 23 30 30 30 AMI wd 30Va 30 30 Am 53 53 53 33V4 32 33 Amer Cp 49 49 49 20 20 20 Armcolnc wd LoneSta 85 V4 25 market lower again BancTexas BellAtlan 91 91 V4 91 MCorp 21 55 21 21 YORK AP The stock market headed lower again Beth feeling the effects of disap Borden s CaterpTr 33 33 33 Monsanto 46 45 45 over the outlook for International Business Dow Jones average of 30 in Chevron Chrysler Va 36 Vs 35 35 49 46 V4 46V4 46 down on dropped to in the first Coleman ComlMetl 16 16 16 Dod PhillpsPet 38V4 37 38 held a 74 lead over gainers among New York Stock Exchange DowChem Dressrlnd 21 y 21 21 57 PubS NwMx 27 VB 27 46 27 market fell Wednesday as International Business Machines EastKodak its previous projection of Enserch Entexlnc 18 18 Vj 18 Safeway 33 32 growth for 1985 after some earnings weakness in the first half of IBM which tumbled Firestone FtBcpTex Flowerlnd Vs 12 12 12 Co Southern Co 21 V4 21V4 34 21 points lost another to 119 in early trading latest data on retail sales also GAF Corp GTE Corp GnDynam 42 73 V4 42 73 42 73 Cp StdOilOh SunComp TNP 46V4 48 46 48 V8 46 V4 48 to be creating The Commerce Department reported that sales fell percent in for Gen Food Gen Motors GnMotr E 73 73 73 Tenneco Texaco 42 42 42 sharpest decline since last it also revised the figure April to a percent the gain of percent it GtAtlPac GulfStaUt 15 15 15 Inst TexasOGas 16 16 16 Expansion still has a green said Malcolm the secretary of com 90 except low and mid 90s along the Rio Calendar of Events Organizations Knights of Columbus Council Aid Lutherans for Lutherans Canyon Lake Action National Association of Retired Federal Employees Senior Citizens James Jack DAR Flag Day noon Northcliffe Country Chapter Order of the Eastern Star officer Masonic Let Us Tune your Car AUTOMOTIVE AUDIO SONY Auto KENWOOD Scan Auto Digital Memory Scan MIDLAND SANYO Auto PIONEER Scan PANASONIC Push CERWIN VEGA SpeakersSub woofer Car Stereos Installation are our specialty not just a FREE ESTIMATES HeraldZeitung USPS 377880 If you have not received your japer by Tuesday through riday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and riday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer General Manager Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Robert Johnson Dave Kramer Advertising Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal In Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX i DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Teddy Third Frazier Elementary Texas Showers and thunderstorms continued to pester South and West but the rest of the state enjoyed a fair but chilly morning Weak high pressure nestled into the central Brazos valley and gave a light north wind to the eastern half of the A light southerly wind brushed the high By early the front extended from the northwestern Gulf to south of Baffin and Record or nearrecord low temperatures for the date in the 60s and were reported today in several places in the High Plains and in North and East Gulf moisture spilled across the shallow dome of cool creating a blanket of low clouds that extended liom the coastal bend to the hill Showers were widely scattered along the with heaviest precipitation in the Gulf well south of Light showers fell from the coastal bend near Alice into the hill country between bandera and A few showers drifted across the Panhandle near Texas forecasts NORTH TEXAS Partly cloudy tonight and Widely scattered thunderstorms west tonight and Friday and in the central portions Highs in the low 80s to near Lows tonight in the SOUTH TEXAS Isolated showers tonight and Lows tonight in the 60s north to mid 70s Highs Friday in the 80s to near WEST TEXAS Lows tonight upper 50s mountains and Panhandle to upper 60s Big Bend Highs Friday mid 80s Panhandle to near 102 Big Bend Texas temperatures Thursday High and low temperatures and precipitation measures for the 24 hours ending at 7 COT Hi Lo Ppn 69 Amarillo 55 68 BeaumontPort 66 70 74 BryanCollege 65 Childress 53 Corpus 73 55 53 Del Rio 65 El 60 Fort 60 71 Hondo 65 63 55 Kingsville 74 Q 04 70 mm 59 53 57 49 McAllen 74 53 San 54 San Antonio 64 Stephenville 74 59 57 70 59 Wichita 79 55 Wink 58 Extended forecasts North Texas No rain expected Saturday through Seasonable temperatures with highs in the upper to tower 90s and lows in the upper 60s to lower Brought To You MBonkNew Brau nfels A Momentum Bank 961 New 78130 Memoer and FDIC
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