Thursday, August 15, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 2A Chamber looks at combining telephone exchanges By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer If the idea of free calls to San Antonio is then Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President Bill Warner wants to hear about Warner said the Chamber is in the process of conducting a survey to determine if New Braunfels residents want their phones to be part of the San Antonio telephone exchange We have been approached by a chamber member to look into the possibility of filing an application with the Public Utilities Commission to get an extended area of Warner Although he still has some questions about how the system will Warner said he wants to test the water to see what the public wants before asking City Council to approve a Chamber of Commerce members will receive a survey form in their monthly newsletter and others are asked to call the Chamber 625 with their Warner explained that answers from the PUC will come after the City sends a resolution to the Com mission and the PUC conducts three studies demand analysis and community After the cost study is Warner New Braunfels would have to decide to require the service or make it We dont really know whether its good or bad for New Warner the request was interest was shown and the decision was made to survey the Chambers Questions about the change con cern such things as cost what it will be and who will be charged phone books will New Braunfels be included in the San Antonio direc tory and phone numbers will the numbers I hate to say we dont have any but we Warner Until they PUC get into the study they wont have any Warner The questions come Will New Braunfels qualify and we will get an idea by the but until we apply for the PUC we wont He said the PUC studies each take about 90 days and the whole changeover process would take almost two Warner said his office will be taking survey calls through next week and he hopes to have a preliminary report at the Monday board of directors Deaths CAD demolished In order to make way for the new Comal County Courthouse the building which housed the Central Appraisal District was The CAD is negotiating for DERYU CLARK space in the new courthouse Ron Kagy with Sunbelt Demolishing of San Antonio is clearing away the office Oliver Duelm Oliver Duelm of Dallas died 13 at Veterans Administration Medical Center in Graveside services will be 2 Friday at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San The Henry Talbott will Arrangements are under the direction of Colonial Funeral Home in Duelm was born in He had moved to Dallas 27 years ago from San He is survived by his Dorothy Duelm of Dallas Richard Duelm and Oliver Duelm both of Dallas Carolyn Patton of Marilyn Cosy of The Colony and Margaret Lykins of Dallas a Vocile Harrison of San Antonio 10 grandchildren and five Harry Arp Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Harry of Star Box Canyon He died 14 at McKenna Memorial CISDstaff development 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in early trading NEW YORK AP Stocks were broadly higher in early trading today but the price gains were The Dow Jones average of 30 in having edged up nearly 3 points over the past two climbed another to in todays opening Advances overall took a 21 lead over declines on the New York Stock whose composite index was up at Staff development days for the entire Comal ISD faculty will begin but all new teachers will report for inservice on Inservice for all new professional staff will be from 8 to 4 26 at Smithson Valley High Goals will include familiarizing new teachers with available resources and state and local curriculum goals and ob and location of all district academic The entire CISD faculty will meet at 8 27 at Canyon High School to begin the 198586 school All schools and the Central Administration Office will be closed on that but the CISD Tax Office will remain open for business as The morning inservice session will include opening remarks and a general Then the staff will break down into smaller and nurses and secretaries will attend individualized From H staff members will report to their home campus or office for more inservice Teachers will continue to develop teaching strategies using the Madeline Hunter presented by CISD building On all teachers will attend a special education inservice program from to at The topic Discipline Management Strategies for Regular and Handicapped Students will Afterschool program registration slated Preregistration is now being accepted for children who wish to enroll in afterschool gymnastics at Mountain Valley School in Sal The gymnastics sponsored by the CISD Community will begin 24 and Beginning Twirling will also be taught to children in grades kin dergarten through 8 at beginning Twirling students must preregiser on 16 at 3 Tuition for the twirling course is and the teacher will be Judy The classes will run from 34 for six Afterschool gymnastics classes will begin 24 and 27 with pre schoolers from on and classes for kin dergarten through eighthgrade students at 3 on Tuesdays and Preregistration for both sets of gymnastics classes and tryouts will be at 17 at the Parents must be or preregister their children and pay the tuition prior to that At students will be tested and evaluated on skills and and assigned to a Janet who has 23 years of experience in gymnastics Weather will stress safety and progressive skills to children who participate in the Emphasis will also be placed on motor development and eyehand coordination in the preschool Tuition for the gymnastics course is per and the classes will run for six To preregister for the gymnastics call Community Education Coordinator Ann Toussaint at 833 5336 or or mail pre registration information and the tuition to her at Star Route Box 256 TX Texas Hurricane warnings remained posted early today along the Texas coast from Port Arthur to Freeport although Hurricane Danny was bearing down on the central Louisiana The described by the National Weather Service as a minimal was about 100 miles south southeast of Lake at moving north northwest and was expected to reach the Louisiana coast before A hurricane watch and gale warning was posted for the Texas coast from Freeport to Port Thunderstorms were being reported in the Gulf of Mexico from offshore from Sabine Pass to offshore from high level clouds covered most of Texas with low clouds reported along the northwest plains and along the gulf A few scattered thundershowers were reported over the Edwards Plateau between San Angelo and Del Rio and patchy showers dotted an area of the extreme northwestern High Forecasts called for scattered thunderstorms over most of the state today and ending from the west Highs were to be mostly in the 80s and Lows tonight will be mostly in the Highs Friday will be in the 80s and Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 60s and Extremes ranged from 60 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 82 at Corpus Other early morning temperatures around the state included 66 at 68 at Wichita 74 at DallasFort 72 at 72 at 73 at 76 at San 75 at 65 at 69 at Midland and 71 at El Forecast North TexasScattered thun derstorms mainly east tonight will end from west tonight and Decreasing cloudiness from west through Lows tonight 68 to Highs Friday 89 to West TexasWidely scattered thunderstorms ending Sunny and warm Highs Friday mid 80s to upper 80s Panhandle and southwest mountains to low 90s to mid 90s south and far west and near 100 Big Bend Lows tonight mid 60s to mid South TexasA hurricane warning is in effect from Freeport nor theastward along the upper Texas A hurricane watch and gale warning are in effect from Port Arthur to Port High winds with numerous thunderstorms southeast heavy rainfall is Widely scattered thun derstorms central sections Thur partly cloudy and hot west and Scattered thunderstorms southeast otherwise fair skies and mild Partly cloudy and hot most sections Lows mostly 70s except near 80 along the Highs each day mostly 90s except mid 80s upper coast and near 102 Port Arthur to FreeportA hurricane is in Northeast winds increasing to near hurricane force Northwest winds diminishing to 20 to 30 knots Dangerous seas building to 12 to 18 Winds and seas higher in and near occasional thunderstorms and diminishing Freeport to Port Aransas Hurricane watch and gale warning in Northwest winds 20 to 30 knots Dangerous seas building to 10 to 15 Winds and seas higher in and near occasional squalls and diminishing Port Aransas to BrownsvilleSmall craft should remain in Nor theast winds 15 to 20 knots Rough seas 7 to 10 Winds and seas higher in and near widely scattered thunderstorms Extended forecast North Texas A chance of thun Temperatures near seasonal normals with daytime highs mostly in the 90s and overnight lows in the South Texas Partly Scattered afternoon and evening showers or thundershowers mainly Southeast Daytime highs in the 80s near 100 Rio Grande plains and Edwards 90s be presented by William a nationallyrecognized expert in the discipline management 30 will be a work day for and school will open on following the observance of the Labor Day holiday on Task force appoints members The Greater AustinSan Antonio Corridor Council has announced the appointment of several local residents to the councils task forces which deal with topics facing the corridor Robert general manager of New Braunfels Utilities was named to theWater Task Force which is chaired by Robert president of Texas Commerce Bank in New Along with Glenn chief appraiser of the Comal County Appraisal and Fritz chairman of the board of the Cibolo State were named to the task Bill executive vice president of New Braunfels Chamber of was named to the Economic Development Task Bennie chairman of the board of New Braunfels Savings was named to the Tran sportation Task HaraldZtitung 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 Susan Editor Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Sandi Cheryl Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Cendall Counties 3 5 one Wail delivery outside Comal n Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address hanges to Drawer New WE ORDERED Too Many School Machines SINGERS Educational Department anticipated sales to schools would be Due to economic conditions these sales were UNCLAIMED These HEAVYDUTY school machines must be soldi Schools DEMAND THE BEST These machines are MADE OF METAL and will SEW ALL FABRICS DENIM n All machines carry Singers the NEW 1985 Singer ks Ll the dial and see any size 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