New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 12, 1985, Page 2

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 12, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels Herald-Ze/ftrny Friday, July 12,1985 Arts panel ready for funding requests ■i Tawif rn ,    ft 'Copter parking ^SHhSA' DERVL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG 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 right The helicopter was reportedly transferring an infant to a neo natal unit in San Antonio. Stocks AMK Corp Aliter Can Ameriteeh VMI Inc Am Motors AmStand Amor Tit! Amoco Annaline AllKichfld BancTexas BellAtlan BellSouth Beth Steel Borden s CaterpTr Centel LiwsebgP Chevron Chrysler Coastally s CocaCola Coleman ' ComlMetl DeltaAirl DtamShm UowChem Dressrlnd duPont KaslKodak s ! nseroh Kntexlnc Exxon FedlCo Firestone FtBcpTex I- lowering s E ordMol GAF Corp GTE Corp (ini)ynam Ii en Blee Gen Fo«h1 (jeu Motors i inMotr E s Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlFac Gulf StaUt Haliburtn Holiday Corp Houstlnd HughexTl Inter! Nt IBM Intl Harv Int Paper Johns J ii K mart KrogerCo ETV Corp Laton Ind GmeSta Ind lames MCorp May USI s Medtronic Mobil Monsanto Motorola NabiscoBrd NY NEX Uwenslil PacifTel Penney JC Phelps Pod PlnlipPt s Polaroid ProctGamb Pubs NwMx BCA KepBarikCp Sabine timing stocks: ligh Low laist 49G 484 494 594 584 584 954 954 954 284 274 284 34 34 34 30*4 30 30 234 234 ‘234 634 634 634 8*4 84 84 58 574 574 24 24 24 95G 95 954 44G 44 444 17 164 17 404 404 404 3634 364 364 434 434 434 344 334 344 374 374 374 344 344 344 334 324 324 734 734 734 314 314 314 17 17 17 514 514 514 184 18 184 364 354 364 224 224 224 574 574 574 454 45 * a 154 254 25 25 1*4 194 194 524 514 52 384 384 384 214 214 214 124 12 124 194 194 194 434 434 434 354 354 354 414 414 414 784 784 784 604 604 604 824 824 824 694 684 684 394 394 394 31 30*4 304 284 284 284 164 164 164 164 164 164 284 284 284 54 534 534 29 29 29 13 13 13 104 104 104 1234 1234 I ‘231 a 84 84 84 494 484 494 484 474 484 364 364 364 434 434 434 74 74 74 824 824 824 264 26 264 ‘284 284 284 224 214 224 524 524 524 344 34 344 294 294 294 504 50 504 33*« 334 334 834 83 83 904 904 904 484 484 484 82 814 82 484 484 484 194 194 194 114 114 114 334 324 33 574 574 574 294 29 29 454 454 454 314 31 314 154 154 154 Safeway SFeSouPac SearsRoeb Singer Co Southern Co Southland SwstBeil Sperry Cp StdOilOh SunComp TNP Ent Tandy Tenneco Texaco Inc TexAmBnch TexComBn TexEastn Texas Inst TexasOGas Tex Util Textron Tyler s Un Carbide UnPacCp US Steel USWest UmTel Unocal WalMart WestghEl Xerox Cp ZenithE Stock market treads water 334 324 33 354 344 35 364 364 364 404 IO 40 224 224 224 384 374 384 854 854 854 514 514 514 454 454 454 494 494 494 214 214 214 31 304 304 414 414 414 364 364 364 324 324 324 314 314 314 334 334 334 984 984 984 17 164 164 314 31 314 594 584 594 154 154 154 494 484 494 494 49 494 264 •264 264 84 834 834 234 234 234 274 274 274 504 504 504 344 34 344 544 54 54 18 17*4 174 Rains, lightning cause outages By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer When it rains, it lightnings. And lightning it did during last night’s thunderstorm causing power outages in the Canyon I^ake and l.ake Dunlap areas. At presstime this morning, the serviceman at Pedernales Electric Cooperative was still out repairing line fuses. “I don’t really know what all we had,” said District Manager David Dossey. ‘ There were several line fuses out; that lightning evidently ate us up. “It really messed us up pretty good.” Dossey said there were power outages “all the way from toward New Braunfels to Bergheim. to US 281 to EM 473 — that general area ” He said that when he went to work this morning, the roadside ditches were up two or three feet We had an inch or more of rain along EM 306 and I know we had lots of lightning,” Dossey said The manager said it is unusual to have lightning during every rain storm, but said that it has occurred every times it’s rained in the past six weeks. Most of the rain landed in Fischer, which had a report of 3.31 inches of overnight showers. The rainfall report at Canyon Dam showed 1.61 inches fell overnight, while .36 inches fell on lx)op 337 at the KGNB radio station. The Comal area showed 82 inches, Bulverde had l l inches and Kuehler Avenue received about an inch of rain. Outages in New Braunfels were minor, with the l,ake Dunlap area the most affected. NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market was title changed today, hesitating after reaching record highs on Thursday. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, up 4.81 on Thursday, dropped .67 to 1,337.03 in the first hour. Gainers and losers ran about even in the midmorning tally of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Analysts said the market was confronted with a mixture of favorable and not-so-favorable economic and financial news. Before the opening, the l^ibor Department reported that the producer price index of finished goods was about unchanged in June, indicating that inflationary pressures remained subdued. Separately, the Commerce Department said retail sales dropped 0.8 percent last month. Brokers said the weakness in retail sales might ordinarily have been taken as a possible portent of further relaxation of the Federal Reserve’s credit policy. But lately the Fed has also had to consider rapid monetary growth in plotting its course. Late Thursday it reported a $4 billion jump in the basic measure of the money supply for the week ended July I. Kuempel 'IOO percent' conservative A statewide non-partisan political group released its ratings of the 69th Texas Legislature and named State Represetative Edmund Kuempel IR-Seguin) as one of the few members receiving a IOO percent conservative rating. The Young Conservatives of Texas has conducted its rating of the legislature for the past five years. Kuempel, a member of the House Appropriations Committee and Chairman of Budget and Oversight for the House Enviromental Affairs Committee, scored favorably on the tweny-nme record votes studied. His lifetime YCT rating was listed as 96. Among the key votes considered was the repeal of the prevailing wage law (which would save public schools tax dollars on construction costs). As the author of the bill, Kuempel was the first legislator to successfully pass the measure out of the House, Other conservative issues mentioned were Ughtening the parole process for inmates serving multiple sentences, dissolution of the bureaucratic Health Facilities Commission and a constitutional amendment prohibiting an income tax on an individual or corporation Receiving the IOO percent rating is a tremendous honor 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 prgramnung,” Kuempel said By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer Ifs 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 for. This year, the Arts Commission will receive 20 percent of the local share of hotel-motel room occupancy tax revenue. Of that amount, 5 percent will be set aside for funding special projects which were not budgeted by arts groups. The 5 percent will be distributed quarterly to arts groups for such things as community-benefitting events and capital improvement projects. When allowing the use of a special projects fund. City Council stipulated that it would have to approve the recipients recommended b> the Commission, and that the money be spent within the contract year and not accumulated. The total expected from the 5 percent is approximately $10,000 or roughly $2,500 per quarter. But. we don’t know how much it s going to be yet this quarter,” said City Secretary Veronica Sarkozi. The money t from the hotels and motels has U) come bv the end of this month.’’ Because the hotels give the tax money to the city at the end of each quarter, the money is not available for distribution for another month after the quarter ends. 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 money They do have to be active, on-going, and no-profit arts groups. To apply for money this quarter, a written request must be submitted to the Arts and Cultural Commission for review. The request must contain the name of the organization, a description of the proposed special project, and a projection of the proposed goals and objectives, specific monetary needs. and the planned use of any funds that should be donated by the City. and any other information considered relevant or helpful to tin Commission. The request must be mailed or delivered to tile City Secretary -office. P O. Box 1109. 202 N Seguin Ave . New Braunfels. Texas 78131, st it will be received no later than 3 pan July 18. The Arts and Cultural Commissn will review requests at its July 2 meeting at 7 30 p rn in City Hall Pain reduction seminar topic Pain reduction through a technique called "rebound stimulation" will bt* the topic of a seminar Monday at Honors Hall The free .seminar will begin at 7 p.m. lA*on Hiett. of the Richardson-based Health Circulator Corporation. will outline the pain-reduction technique, which he says can put an end to chronic aches and pains without drugs Hiett, who appears on a TV program entitled ‘ Eeelin’ Good says rebound stimulation is a different approach to exercise ’ He maintains his technique is different from other exercise routines seen at gyms or on TV "It s easy, fun, effective and private, and you don’t get sore ’’ The seminar will include demonstration of his techniqu< along with Hiett’s approach to strx management, weight control, pain relief and family health He says his approai h is fun. it s effective and ifs convenient, but most of all. it keeps you healthy and happy and stops your aches and pains " and Deaths George H Reese Services for George Reese of 1184 Fox Run. New Braunfels, will be field at 2 p.m. Saturday The Rev Edward W Kelley. Jr., of Houston, will of Relate at the service at the South Park Funeral Chapel in Pearland Kelley will be assisted by the Rev John T. Welch, of Et Worth Burial will be in South Park Cemetary in Pearland. Reese was born Oct. 26, 1907, lo George C. arid Sarah A. (nee Davis* Reese. He was a retired vice president and general manager of Kelley Manufacturing Co He worked with the company for 59 y ears Survivors include his daughter Jean Hildebrand of Anahuac and two grandchildren. Visitation Mill tx* until 9 p iii Friday at Doeppensmidt Funeral Home The family will greet visitors from 5-7 p in. Friday at the funeral home Visitation will also be one hour prior to the service al South Park Funeral Home in Pearland Memorials may be made to the American Lung Assoc., Medina Childrens Home, Hi 16, Box 75, Medina, Tx 78055 or the charity of ones choice Hftrald-Zfitung (LISPS 377 880 lf you have not received you paper by 5 30 p rn I uesday througt Friday or by 7 30 a rn Sunday ca 625 9144 or 6SB 1900 by 7 p 11 a rn , respectively Published Sundav morning and I Tuesday Wednesday Thursday anti Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co 186 S Caste Ave New Braunfels TX 781J1 Second class postage paul at New Braunfels Herald Publishing C 18C S Casten Ave New Braunfels TX 78131 Dave Kramer Claude Scruggs Shir Ie ne Thornton Robert Johnson Dave Kramer Cher y I Mi Campbell Don Avery Carol Avery Gus Elbel Wand a Lasater David King Patricia Y/naga King Wire Editor Lh Tora! 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