New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 27, 1985, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung June 27, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels Heia\d-Zeitung Thursday, June 27,1985    _Report on jail flaws tops heavy county agenda Sheriff Walter Fellers will give a progress report on the new jail to county commissioners Friday. Commissioners will meet at IO a.m. 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 Friday. Though the general contractor on the jail construction project, Hill Engineering, pulled up stakes last week, Fellers said he is still finding things that have to be fixed before occupancy by prisoners can begin. “If it’s not one thing, ifs another,” Fellers said. “We ordered these steel trays (for serving food) and they won’t fit in the steam carrier. The kitchen drain just got fixed.” The sheriff also said he was still training jailers on the use of jail equipment. “It’s a lot easier for us to make our mistakes now,” Fellers said. “I don’t want to have prisoners in there until everything works and we know how it works.” In another matter, commissioners will establish a noparking zone on River Road from the gate house to the third crossing. This action is the result of a public hearing last week. 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 one. In another agenda item, commissioners will set a date for a public auction of a house on Mill Street that was on property the county recently bought. Also Harry Preston, the county’s representative on the Greater Austin-San Antonio Corridor Council, will report to commissioners on recent discussions at the meetings. Commissioners also will hear requests from five county departments concerning candidates for merit pay hikes. Also, commissioners will discuss cash receipt procedures in county offices. The outside auditor’s report last week suggested daily deposits for all money received by the county, an idea supported by County Auditor Bate Bond and County Treasurer Betty Engelhardt. Commissioners also will appoint voting precinct judges and alternates and establish polling places. The agenda also includes six subdivision items besides the 2 p.m. workshop on the proposed revision of subdivision regulations. Commissioners will decide whether to accept the roads in three subdivisions into the county road system. Developers in Skyline Acres are asking for two lots to be replatted; one developer wants a septic tank variance, and the developer of Indian Hills Estates Phase II hopes to get preliminary plat approval. Besides the workshop in the afternoon session, commissioners will open bids on a half-ton pickup truck and a motor grader.PEC rebate program gets heavy response Calendar of Events Pedernales Electric Cooperative general manager Bennie Fuelberg is calling that utility’s cooling efficiency rebate program “one of the most successful programs initiated at PEC.” It is sponsored in cooperation with the Lower Colorado River Authority. “As of June ll, PEC has paid out $1,001,388 in rebates to our customers,” Fuelberg added. Since its inception in September 1983, the program has received an overwhelming response. Over 4,845 units have been verified by PEC member relations staff. Members who install heat pump equipment which has both heating and cooling capabilities, with a 9 EEK (energy efficiency rating) orStocks NEW YORK (AP) Morning stocks: High Low Last AMR Corp 464 464 464 Amer Can 594 584 584 Ameritech 944 944 944 AMI Inc 254 244 254 Ain Motors 34 3 3 AmStand 297s 294 294 Amer T&T 234 23 234 Amoco 634 634 634 Armcolnc 84 84 84 AtlRiehfld 604 594 604 BancTexas 34 34 34 BeliAtlan 914 914 914 BellSouth 414 414 414 Beth Steel 164 164 164 Borden s 404 404 404 CaterpTr Centel 334 33 334 444 434 444 ChesebgP 324 32 324 Chevron 374 364 374 Chrysler 354 354 354 CoastalCp s 324 32 324 CocaCola 71 694 70 Coleman 314 314 314 Coml.Metl 164 164 164 DeltaAirl 504 484 49 DiamShrn 164 164 164 DowChem 36 354 354 Dressrlnd 214 21 214 duPont 574 574 574 EastKodak s 444 434 44 Enserch 254 254 25N Entexlnc 19 184 19 Exxon 54 534 534 Firestone 214 214 214 FtBcpTex 124 124 124 Flowerlnd s 184 184 184 FordMot 444 44 4 644 GAF Corp 334 334 334 GTE Corp 404 404 404 GnDynam 744 744 744 GenElec 614 614 614 Gen Food 804 794 804 Gen Mutors 714 714 714 GnMutr E s 414 404 414 Goodrich 324 324 324 Goodyear 304 294 304 GtAtlPac 164 164 164 Gulf StaUt 154 154 154 llaliburtn 294 29 29 HoUdayCorp 574 574 574 Houstlnd 284 284 284 HughesTI 13 13 13 Interfst 104 104 104 IBM 1244 1234 1234 Intl Harv 74 74 74 Int Paper 494 49 49 JohnsJn 464 454 46 K mart 374 374 374 KrogerCo 454 45 454 LTV Corp 74 74 74 Litton Ind 834 83 834 Litton wd 834 834 834 LoneSta Ind 244 244 244 Lowes 264 264 264 MCorp 214 214 214 MayDSts 554 55 Medtronic 324 324 324 Mobil 304 30 304 Monsanto 484 474 48 Motorola 344 334 34 NabiscoBrd 824 824 824 NYNEX 88 874 874 OwensIU 464 464 464 PacifTel 714 774 774 Penney JC 514 504 514 Phelps Dod 17 164 164 PhillpsPet 384 384 384 PhilipPt wi 114 114 114 Polaroid 324 324 324 ProctGamb 564 564 564 Pubs NwMx 264 274 284 SWTSU RCA 474 474 474 RepBankCp 324 324 324 Sabine 154 154 154 Safeway 34 334 334 SFeSouPac 324 314 324 SearsRoeb 39 384 384 Singer Co 37 364 37 Southern Co 224 214 224 Southland 364 364 3612 SwstBell 824 824 824 Sperry Cp 534 534 534 StdOilOh 474 474 474 SunComp 494 484 484 TNP Ent 194 194 194 Tandy 354 344 354 Tenneco 42 414 414 Texaco Inc 38 374 374 TexAmBnch 314 314 314 TexComBn 324 32 32 TexEastn 324 324 324 Texas Inst 974 97 97 TexasOGas 164 154 16 Tex Util 304 304 304 Textron 544 534 534 Tylers 15 144 15 Un Carbide 454 444 454 UnPacCp 48 474 474 US Steel 274 274 274 USWest 81 804 81 UniTel 234 234 234 Unocal 294 294 294 WalMart 544 544 544 WestghEl 344 344 344 Xerox Cp 53 524 524 ZenithE 204 204 204 Stock market moves ahead early NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market moved ahead in early trading today, paced by blue-chip issues. Auto, oil and transportation stocks also led the early gainers. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, up 0.78 point Wednesday, climbed another 5.49 to 1,329.30 in today’s opening hour. The average's record closing high is 1,327.28 reached June 6. Overall advances held a 3-2 lead over declines on the New York Stock Exchange, whose composite index climbed 0.33 to 110.46. Big Board volume totaled 28.59 million shares at ll a.m. EDT, against 25.27 million al that hour Wednesday. Stocks received an early boost from a rally rn the bond market, where prices of long- term Treasury bonds rose nearly a point, or $10 for every $1,000 in face value. As bond prices rsie their yields fall, making returns on stocks relatively more attractive to investors. Otherwise Wall Street has continued to puzzle over the outlook for the economy and its potential effect on stock prices. Accounting loans available I/)w interest loans of up to $6,000 are now available to qualified Southwest Texas State University accounting students from the Educational Foundation of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants The loans, which are available to both undergraduate and graduate students. l*oan conditions and eligibility information can be ob tained by contacting the SWT Department of Accounting or by writing to the Educational Foundation, TSCPX, at UU W. Mockingbird lame, Suite 201, Dallas, Texas 75247. The TSCPX loan program began in 1957. Approximately 2,500 Texas accounting students have already received more than $2 million in aid from the foundation. Frank C. Hampel, Jr., M.D. Announces the Opening of his Office for the Practice of Asthma, Allergy & Immunology. Temporary Location 226 No. Union 6259153 Office hours by appointment higher, will earn $74 per ton. High efficiency cooling units with a 9 EEK or higher will earn a rebate of $50 per ton. The installing dealer of the qualifying unit will also receive $10 per ton. The higher rebate was authorized for heat pump installation because the cooperative is encouraging heating conservation as well as airHoroscope By Stella Wilder THURSDAY, JUNE 27 Born today, you are a person of extremes who at one moment may adopt a singleness of purpose remarkable in its vision and intensity, and yet, at the next, may nearly succumb to the apparent mystery and confusion of life. You pride yourself on self-awareness, yet you often feel distant from yourself, unable to cope with your own complexities. This can be damaging, for although you are usually sure in your desires, you are often your worst enemy when you attempt to fulfill them. Personal relationships can be particularly perplexing to you; you are sensitive and trusting, yet you often feel very much the villain and mistrust even your noblest intentions. You must learn to see yourself as others see you: secure, motivated and loving. Also born on this date ara: Lafcadlko Haarn, author; John Mclntlre, actor. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. Let your birthday star be your daily guide. FRIDAY, JUNE 28 CANCER (Juna 21-July 22) - A surpisingly trusting atmosphere develops between you and one who was a rival. Avoid any grudges. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - A good day to dabble in the arts, creativity is high, and the desire to learn uncommonly strong. Experiment. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sapt. 22) - You may have difficulty choosing the proper path; numerous projects require your immediate attention. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 22) - New assignment may prove too much if you fail to prepare today. Waste no time, do your homework: SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Passions are strong as you are con- Keep an eye on the news in ttie Herald Zeitung Herald-Zeitung IUSPS 377 880) lf you have not received your paper by 5:30 p m. Tuesday through Friday or by 7:30 a m. Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p m and 11 a rn., respectively. Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Casted Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Casted Ave, New Braunfels, TX 78131. Dave Kramer .... Genet al Manager Claude Scruggs........Publisher Shirlene Thornton , Office Manager Robert Johnson..........Editor Dave Kramer . . . Advertising Mgr. Cheryl McCampbell ... Class Mgr. Don Avery ... Circulation Manager Carol Avery . . Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel ........Press    Foreman Warida Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David King.........Sports Editor Patricia Yznaga 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 $18.92; 6 months, $33 64; one year $63.08 Mail outside Texas: 6 months $42.00; one year $70.00 Postmaster:    Send address changes to P O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131. conditioning conservation particularly since PEC reaches its peak power usage during the winter months. Rebate forms may be obtained through local heating and air conditioning dealers. For more information contact the Member Relations Department of the PEC in Johnson City at 1-868-7155.Government New Braunfels Utilities board: 4:30p.m. Thursday. Honors Hall. Comal Commissioners: IO a.m. Friday, Courthouse first floor.Organizations Evening Lions: sday, Eagles Hall. 6:05 p.m. Thur- Comal County Builders Association: 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Schwamkrug’s. (lf you would Uke to announce your group's activities in the newspaper, call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to PO. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Texas, 78131. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p.m. the day before publication. Deadline for Sunday editions is 5pm. Friday.! fronted on a fundamental level. Stick to your guns and you will prevail. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D«c. 21) - An idle curiosity may turn into deep involvement. Be ready to set aside other concerns. CAPRICORN (Doc. 22-Jan. 19)-Though the battle still rages, you begin to have the advantage; strategy is all important at this point AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Fab. 18) - A past coincidence proves paramount as you begin to reconcile differences. An old friend is a reliable witness. PISCES (Fab. 19-March 20) -Learning to work efficiently under pressure is essential today as time begins to run out on important project. ARIES (March 21-April 19) - Music and literature are attractive today as interest in history and heritage grows. Ancestor points the way! TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - A persistent rival may have the upper hand temporarily. Use caution; tempers mav flare. GEMINI (May 2 1-Juna 20) - Odd impulses may demand careful attention. Wanderlust threatens relationship; invite a fnend or loved one. German classes planned next month at NBHS Children can learn German during a two-week summer school next month at New Braunfels High School. Sponsored by the German American Society, the class is from July 8 through 19 from IO to 11:30 a.m. each day. Children age 6 through 12 are eligible. Registration is the first day of class. Cost is $18 for one child and $25 for two or more in one family. For more information, contact Susan Curtis at 629-3624 or Helgard Suhr at 625-6330. Deaths Inez Jonas Funeral services for (Mrs. Richard) Inez Jonas of Austin will be at I p.m. Friday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. J. I Inwood Kennedy officiating. Burial will follow at Comal Cemetery. The remains will lie in state from 8 a.m. Friday until the services. Jonas, 87, died June 24 at St. David’s Hospital in Austin. She was born April 13, 1898 in Dangerfield. She married Richard O. Jonas on June 15, 1922 in Wichita Falls. He died in 1983. Jonas has lived the past two years in Austin. Survivors include a daughter, Sylvia James of Austin; two sisters, Mildred Sandusky and Frances Durham, both of Dallas; four grandchildren; and seven greatgrandchildren. Memorials may be given to the charity of one s choice. Weather DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY: Vance Braune, Fifth Grade, Carl Schurz Texas forecasts NORTH TEXAS Cooler tonight and Friday I ow* tonight 61 to 68 Highs Fitday 86 to 90 SOUTH TEXAS Scattered showers tonight and Friday Lows tonight in tho 60s and 70s Highs Friday in the 80s and 90s WEST TEXAS Clear tonight and sunny Friday Lows tonight rn the 60s and 60s Highs Friday near 80 in the Panhandle, 90s elsewhere Extended forecasts North Texas Saturday through Monday chance of thunderstorms east Saturday Otherwise no rain expected Highs in the the '.ewer 90s Lows near 70 South Texas Saturday through Monday some late night and early morning low cloudiness Otherwise partly cloudy, quite warm and humid with scattered mainly af ternoon and early evening showers or thundershowers Highs m the BO* and 90s Lows in the 70s West T exes Saturday through Monday a little warmer with mostly sunny days and (air nights throughout the period, except a slight chance of evening thunderstorms mainly southwest Saturday and Sunday and all section* Monday Panhandle and south plains will have highs upper 80s to lower 90s lows lower to mid 60s Conc fro Valley and Permian Basin can expect highs near 90 to mid 90s. Lows mid to upper 60s Far West will have highs in the mid 90s. lows mid to upper 60s. Big Bend will have highs near 90 mountains to around 103 valleys Lows upper 60s mountains to around 70 valleys Texas temperatures High and low temperatures, and precipitation rneasur ending at 7 a rn COT Alice..........   * Amarillo .......... Austin  ........ Beaumont Port Arthur Beeville  ....... Brownsville ....... Bryan College Station Childress   ....... Corpus Christi Dalhart ........... Dallas............ Del Rio El Paso........... Fort Worth Galveston......... Hondo .......... • Houston .......... Junction  ....... Kingsville...... Laredo ........... Longview......... Lubbock  ........ Lufkin ............ Marta  ....... McAllen   ....... Midland Odessa Palacios .......... San Angelo..... San Antonio ..... Stephenville ....... Texarkana...... Victoria........... Waco ............. Wichita Falls ....... Wink ....... JI the 24 hours Hi Lo Ppn 92 72 86 58 90 74 91 70 90 72 0 18 91 73 92 74 Bb 58 058 89 72 78 46 93 71 91 74 96 68 93 70 003 84 79 002 89 74 89 71 006 93 74 89 73 . 95 79 94 73 89 59 • 93 71 86 66 94 75 89 64 88 79 83 66 1.67 91 75 90 64 083 . 91 73 91 74 93 73 92 64 087 90 66 Brough t To You By. IX MBankilw Braunfels A Momentum Bank P. O. Box 961 Main Plox*. New Braunfels. Texas 781 MI 512/625-8501 Member MCorp RflPfMET and FDIC ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: June 27, 1985

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