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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                2A New Braunf els HetaWZeitung June Report on jail flaws tops heavy county agenda Sheriff Walter Fellers will give a progress report on the new jail to county commissioners Commissioners will meet at 10 Friday instead of Thursday on the first floor of the Courthouse because they are attending a meeting of the County Judges and County Commissioners Associations in Galveston until Though the general contractor on the jail construction Hill pulled up stakes last Fellers said he is still finding things that have to be fixed before occupancy by prisoners can If its not one its Fellers We ordered these steel trays for serving food and they wont fit in the steam The kitchen drain just got The sheriff also said he was still training jailers on the use of jail Its a lot easier for us to make our mistakes Fellers I dont want to have prisoners in there until everything works and we know how it In another commissioners will establish a no parking zone on River Road from the gate house to the third This action is the result of a public hearing last And commissioners have already issued a public notice for another public hearing to allow the rest of River Road to have no parking after the citizens feedback on the first In another agenda commissioners will set a date for a public auction of a house on Mill Street that was on property the county recently Also Harry the countys representative on the Greater AustinSan Antonio Corridor will report to commissioners on recent discussions at the Commissioners also will hear requests from five county departments concerning candidates for merit pay commissioners will discuss cash receipt procedures in county The outside auditors report last week suggested daily deposits for all money received by the an idea supported by County Auditor Bate Bond and County Treasurer Betty Commissioners also will appoint voting precinct judges and alternates and establish polling The agenda also includes six subdivision items besides the 2 workshop on the proposed revision of sub division Commissioners will decide whether to accept the roads in three subdivisions into the county road Developers in Skyline Acres are asking for two lots to be replatted one developer wants a septic tank and the developer of Indian Hills Estates Phase II hopes to get preliminary plat Besides the workshop in the afternoon com missioners will open bids on a halfton pickup truck and a motor PEC rebate program gets heavy response Calendar of Events Pedernales Electric Cooperative general manager Bennie Fuelberg is calling that utilitys cooling ef ficiency rebate program one of the most successful programs initiated at It is sponsored in cooperation with the Lower Colorado River As of June PEC has paid out in rebates to our Fuelberg Since its inception in September the program has received an overwhelming Over units have been verified by PEC member relations Members who install heat pump equipment which has both heating and cooling with a 9 EER energy efficiency rating or Stocks NEW Morning 47 47Vi 47 32V4 32Va 32 AMR 15Vi 15Vi 15Vi Amer 34 33 33 32 31 32 39 38 38 Am Co 37 36V4 37 Co 22Va 21 22 Amer 36M 36V4 36V4 82 82 82 Armcolnc 53 53Vi StdOilOh 47 47 47 BancTexas 91 91 49V4 48 48 TNPEnt 19 19 19 35 34 35 Beth 42 41 41 Borden Inc 38 37 37 31 Vi 31 Vi 31 Vi 32V4 32 32 32 32 32 Inst 97V4 97 97 15 16 CoastalCp 30 30Vi 30 54 53V4 53 15 14 15 Carbide 45Vi 44 45V4 Delta Airl 48 47 US Steel 27 27 27 81 80 81 23 23 23Vi 29 29V4 29V4 54 54 54 34 34Va 34V4 Cp 53 52Vi 52 20Vi 20 20 Flowerlnds market GAF Corp GTE ahead early GenElec Gen YORK AP The stock Gen Motors GnMotr E s Goodrich 41 32 40 32V4 41 32V4 30 moved ahead in early trading paced by bluechip oil and transportation stocks led the early GulfStaUt Haliburtn HolidayCorp 29 Vs 57V4 29 57Va 29 57V4 28 Dow Jones average of 30 up point climbed another to in HughesTl Interfst IBM 10V4 124Vs 10V8 123 10V4 123 opening The averages record closing high is reached June Int advances held a 32 lead JohnsJn Kmart 37 37 37 declines on the New York Stock whose composite index LTV to Litton Ind Litton wd LoneSta 83 24 83 Va 83 Board volume totaled million shares at 11 million at that hour MCorp MayDSts 55 Vi Va 55 Va 55V4 Stocks received an early boost a rally in the bond Monsanto Motorola 34 Vi 82 33 34 prices of longterm Treasury bonds rose nearly a or for in face As bond Owenslll PaclfTel Penney JC Phelps 78Ve 51H 77 50 77 51 rsie their yields making returns on stocks relatively more attractive to Wall Street has con PhilipPt wi to puzzle oyer the outlook for economy and its potential effect PubS stock SWTSU Accounting loans available Low interest loans of up to are now available to qualified Southwest Texas State University accounting students from the Educational Foundation of the Texas Society of Certified Public Ac The which are available to both undergraduate and graduate Loan conditions and eligibility information can be ob tained by contacting the SWT Department of Accounting or by writing to the Educational Foun at 1111 Mockingbird Suite Texas The TSCPA loan program began in Approximately Texas accounting students have already received more than million in aid from the Frank Announces the Opening of his Office for the Practice of Allergy Temporary Location 226 Union 6259153 Office hours by appointment will earn per High efficiency cooling units with a 9 EER or higher will earn a rebate of per The installing dealer of the qualifying unit will also receive per The higher rebate was authorized for heat pump installation because the cooperative is encouraging heating conservation as well as air Horoscope By Stella Wilder JUNE 27 Born you are a person of extremes who at one moment may adopt a singleness of purpose remarkable in its vision and intensi and at the may nearly succumb to the apparent mystery and confusion of You pride yourself on yet you often feel distant from unable to cope with your own This can be damag for although you are usually sure in your you are often your worst enemy when you attempt to fulfill Personal relationships can be particularly perplexing to you you are sensitive and yet you often feel very much the villain and mistrust even your noblest inten You must learn to see your self as others see you motivated and Also born on this date are Lafcadiko author John To see what is in store for you find your birthday and read the corresponding Let your birthday star be your daily J JUNE 28 CANCER June 21July 22 A surpisingly trusting atmosphere develops between you and one who was a Avoid any LEO July 22 A good day to dabble in the arts creativity is and the desire to learn uncommonly Experiment VIRGO 22 You may have difficulty choosing the proper path numerous projects require your immediate LIBRA 22 New assignment may prove too much if you fail to prepare Waste no time do your homework SCORPIO 21 Passions are strong as you are con Keep an eye on the news in the HeraldZeitung HeraldZtitung USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday 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 Dave KramerAdvertising Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor Pavid 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 months one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New conditioning conservation par ticularly since PEC reaches its peak power usage during the winter Rebate forms may be obtained through local heating and air con ditioning For more in formation contact the Member Relations Department of the PEC in Johnson City at fronted on a fundamental Stick to your guns and you will SAGITTARIUS 21 An idle curiosity may turn into deep Be ready to set aside other CAPRICORN 19 Though the battle still you begin to have the advantage strate gy is all important at this point AQUARIUS 18 A past coincidence proves para mount as you begin to reconcile An old friend is a reli able PISCES 19March 20 Learning to work efficiently under pressure is essential today as time begins to run out on important ARIES March 21Aprll 19 Music and literature are attractive today as interest in history and her itage Ancestor points the way TAURUS April 2OMay 20 A persistent rival may have the upper hand Use caution tempers may GEMINI May 21June 20 Odd impulses may demand careful Wanderlust threatens relationship invite a friend or loved Government New Braunfels Utilities board Honors Comal Commissioners 10 Courthouse first Organizations Evening Lions Thur Eagles Comal County Builders Association If you would like to announce your groups activities in the call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is German classes planned next month at NBHS Children can learn German during a twoweek summer school next month at New Braunfels High Sponsored by the German American the class is from July 8 through 19 from 10 to each Children age 6 through 12 are Registration is the first day of Cost is for one child and for two or more in one For more contact Susan Curtis at 6293624 or Helgard Suhr at Deaths Inez Jonas Funeral services for Richard Inez Jonas of Austin will be at 1 Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Linwood Kennedy Burial will follow at Comal The remains will lie in state from 8 Friday until the died June 24 at Davids Hospital in She was born April 1898 in She married Richard Jonas on June 1922 in Wichita He died in Jonas has lived the past two years in Survivors include a Sylvia James of Austin two Mildred Sandusky and Frances both of Dallas four grandchildren and seven great Memorials may be given to the charity of ones Weather DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Vance Fifth Carl Schurz Texas forecasts NORTH TEXAS Cooler tonight and Lows tonight 61 to Highs Friday 86 to SOUTH TEXAS Scattered showers tonight and Lows tonight in the 60s and Highs Friday in the 80s and WEST TEXAS Clear tonight and sunny Lows tonight in the 50s and Highs Friday near 80 in the 90s Extended forecasts North Texas Saturday through Monday chance of thunderstorms east Otherwise no rain Highs in the the lower Lows near South Texas Saturday through Monday some late night and early morning low Otherwise partly quite warm and humid with scattered mainly af ternoon and early evening showers or Highs in the 80s and Lows in the West Texas Saturday through Monday a little warmer with mostly sunny days and fair nights throughout the except a slight chance of evening thunderstorms mainly southwest Saturday and Sunday and all sections Panhandle and south plains will have highs upper 80s to lower lows lower to mid Concho Valley and Permian Basin can expect highs near 90 to mid Lows mid to upP660sFW West will have highs in the mid lows mid to upper Big Bend will nave highs near 90 mountains to around 103 Lows upper 50s mountains to around 0 Texas temperatures High and low and precipitation measures for the 24 hours ending at 7 CDT Hi Lo Ppn 72 86 58 90 74 91 70 90 72 91 73 92 74 85 58 89 72 78 46 93 71 91 74 96 68 93 70 84 79 89 74 89 71 93 74 89 73 96 79 94 73 89 59 93 71 86 66 94 75 89 64 88 79 83 65 91 76 90 64 91 73 91 74 93 73 92 64 90 66 Alice BeaumontPort BryanCollege Station Corpus Del El Fort Galveston Hondo Houston Lubbock Lufkin MidlandOdessa Palacios San San Stephenville Texarkana Wichita Wink Brought To You MBonkN 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