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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                2A New Braunfels July Copter parking A helicopter transferring a patient from McKenna Memorial Hospital to San Antonio this week appears to be heeding the directional arrow next to parking in the sign at The helicopter was DERYL reportedly transferring an infant to a neo natal unit in San I Stocks NEW YOKK AP Morning 33 32 33 35 34 35 AMU 36 36 36 Atner Co 40 40 40 Co 22 22 22 AMI 3814 37 384 Am 85 85 B5 Cp 51 51 51 Amcr 45 45 45 49 49 49 21 21 21 31 30 30 41 41 41 Inc 36 36 36 32V4 Beth 31 31 31 Border 33 33 33 Inst 98 98 17 16 16 3114 31 31 59 58 59 15 15 15 Carbide 49 48 49 Coca 49 49 49M Coleman Steel 26 26 26 84 83 83 23 23 23 27 27 27 50 50 50 34 34 34 Cp 54V4 54 54 EastKodak 18 17 17 market Firestone 14 water FordMot GAF Corp GTE 35 35 YORK AP The stock market was litle changed after reaching record GenElec Gen Food Gen 82 82 82 on The Dow Jones average of 30 in GnMotr up on Goodrich to in the first and losers ran about even Haliburtn HolidayCorp 54 53 53 the midmorning tally of New York Stock Exchangelisted said the market was with a mixture of IBM Intl and notsofavorable Int and financial the the Labor K mart KrogerCo 43 43 43 reported that the producer price index of finished Lilian was about unchanged in LoneSta Ind I 00 that inflationary fZ remained the Commerce Medtronic Mobil 29 29 29 said retail sales dropped percent last said the weakness in retail NabiscoBrd NYNEX 90 90 90 might ordinarily have been taken as a possible portent of further of the Federal Reserves Penney JC Phelps Dod PhilipPts 19 11 19 19 11 But lately the Fed has also had to consider rapid monetary growth in plotting its Thursday it reported a PubS NwMx KCA 45 45 31 jump in the basic measure of the money supply for the week ended CIRCLE ACTS THEATRE Presents PIPPIN A Fun Filled Musical Fantasy Opens July llth Performances is UncU 625025J to the WursttoOIe lightning cause outages By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer When it it And lightning it did during last nights thunderstorm causing power outages in the Canyon Lake and Lake Dunlap At presstime this the serviceman at Pedernales Electric Cooperative was still Out repairing line I dont really know what all we said District Manager David There were several line fuses out that lightning evidently ate us It really messed us up pretty Dossey said there were power outages all the way from toward New Braunfels to to US 281 to FM 473 that general He said that when he went to work this the roadside ditches were up two or three We had an inch or more of rain along FM 306 and I know we had lots of Dossey The manager said it is unusual to have lightning during every rain but said that it has occurred every times its rained in the past six Most of the rain landed in which had a report of inches of overnight The rainfall report at Canyon Dam showed inches fell while inches fell on Loop 337 at the KGNB radio The Comal area showed Bulverde had inches and Kuehler Avenue received about an inch of Outages in New Braunfels were with the Lake Dunlap area the most KuempenOO percentconservative A statewide nonpartisan political group released its ratings of the 69th Texas Legislature and named State Represetative Edmund Kuempel R Seguin as one of the few members receiving a 100 percent conservative The Young Conservatives of Texas has conducted its rating of the Legislature for the past five a member of the House Appropriations Committee and Chairman of Budget and Oversight for the House Environmental Affairs scored favorably on the twenynine record votes His lifetime YCT rating was listed as Among the key votes considered was the repeal of the prevailing wage law which would save public schools tax dollars on construction As the author of the Kuempel was the first legislator to successfully pass the measure out of the Other conservative issues men tioned were tightening the parole process for inmates serving multiple dissolution of the bureaucratic Health Facilities Commission and a constitutional amendment prohibiting an income tax on an individual or Receiving the 100 percent rating is a tremendous I was especially fortunate to be on the Appropriations Committee this session where I could help out in the funding for college tuition grants and vocational education Kuempel LIJ July 12 47 at Advanced Satellite 937 Lancfa Largest Showroom In Area Complete Sales and Service Arts panel for funding vt uniden Ribbon Cutting 4 Friday Grand Opening Continues Saturday 106 Sunday 106 ready requests By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer Its time for arts and cultural groups to quit mulling it over and decide which special projects they would like the Arts and Cultural Commission to help pay This the Arts Commission Will receive 20 percent of the local share of hotelmotel room occupancy tax Of that 5 percent will be set aside for funding special projects which were not budgeted by arts The 5 percent will be distributed quarterly to arts groups for such things as communitybenefitting events and capital improvement When allowing the use of a special projects City Council stipulated that it would have to approve the recipients recommended by the and that the money be spent within the contract year and not The total expected from the 5 percent is approximately or roughly per we dont know how much its going to be yet this said City Secretary Veronica The money from the hotels and motels has to come by the end of this Because the hotels give the tax money to the city at the end of each the money is not available for distribution for another month after the quarter Recipients of special project money do not have to be one of the seven arts groups receiving the other 15 percent of the room tax They do have to be and noprofit arts To apply for money this a written request must be submitted to the Arts and Cultural Commission for The request must contain the name of the a description of the proposed special and a projection of the proposed goals and specific monetary and the planned use of any funds that should be donated by the and any other information considered relevant or helpful to the Com The request must bo mailed or delivered to the City Box 202 Segiiin New Texas su it will be received no later than 4 July The Arts and Cultural Commission will review requests at its July meeting at in City Pain reduction seminar topic Pain reduction through a technique called rebound stimulation will be the topic of a seminar Monday at Honors The free seminar will begin at 7 Leon of the Richardson based Health Circulator will outline the painreduction which he says can put an end to chronic aches and pains without who appears on a TV program entitled Feelin says rebound stimulation is a dif ferent approach to He maintains his technique is different from other exercise routines seen at gyms or on Its effective and and you dont get The seminar will include demonstration of his along with Hietts approach to stress weight pain relief and family He says his approach is it effective and its but most of it keeps you healthy and happy and stops your aches am Deaths George Reese Services for George Reese of Fox New will be held at 2 The Edward of will of ficiate at the service at the South Park Funeral Chapel in Kelley will be assisted by the John of Burial will be in South Park Cemetary in Reese was born to George and Sarah nee Davis He was a retired vice president and general manager of Kelley Manufacturing He worked with the company for 59 Survivors include his daughter Jean Hildebrand of Anahuac and two Visitation will be until 9 Friday at Doeppensmidt Funeral The family will greet visitors from 57 Friday at the funeral Visitation will also be one hour prior to the service at South Park Funeral Home in Memorials may be made to the American Lung Medina Childrens Box 78055 or the charity of ones USPS377880 If you have not received youi paper by Tuesday through Friday or uy call 6259144 or 658 1900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX 78131 Second class postage paid ai New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer General Claude Publisher Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Robert Johnson Editor Dave Kramer Advertising Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman GusElbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia Yznaga King 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 yea Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX only This keeps quality high and delivery time The Dominos People are Pizza Call 6295662 for free   

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