New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 10, 1985, Page 8

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung December 10, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas CERYL CLARK /HERALD ZEH UNO Pag# 8A Close inspection Harald-Za/fi/ng,New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, December 10,1985 ★ Commissioners Continued from Page 1A roads,” McCoy said. ‘‘There was talk of moving telephone poles out of the right-of-way, and I talked to the contractor he supposed to have hired for the job 4-5 months ago, but nothing has been done.” ‘‘I think we ought to have Tousley in here before we agree to extend anything,” Camarillo said. But there were only four days left before the letter of credit expired, so commissioners ordered the letter called. ‘‘He (Tousley) has just been playing with you, with us, right?” Commissioner Monroe Wetz commented to McCoy. Wetz asked if any lots had been sold and McCoy said as far as he knew, they hadn’t been. ‘‘Why not void the whole thing? Pull the plat?” Wetz asked. Commissioners wanted to ask the county attorney what their alternatives were. Wetz wondered if commissioners could pay for a gravel road all the way through the subdivision, if the money would cover that much, but not accept it in the county road system. “We don’t know what we can do. We’ve never been faced with this,” Evans said. However, past commissioner courts have faced developers with long records of extensions of letters of credit, but have chosen not to pull the letter of credit, court records reveal. The most recent case where pulling a letter of credit was threatened was also in Camarillo’s precinct. Developer Jerry Haag in Chaparral subdivision almost came to the same end, but he had sold lots already and one home had been built on one lot. “This doesn’t mean he (Tousley) can’t come in here and explain what the problem has been and put up the proper amount of money,” Clark said. Sakharov's mother-in-law may return to Soviet Union NEWTON, Mass (AP) - When Yelena Bonner recovers from her planned heart and eye treatment and rejoins her husband. Soviet dissident Andrei Sakharov, in the closed city of Gorky next spring, she may take her elderly mother home with her. relatives say. Ruth Bonner, 85, who spent 17 years in prison camps and internal exile in the Soviet Union a half-century ago, has lived in the United States since 1980 at the family’s in sistence. Yelena Bonner’s son-in-law Efrem Yankelevich said Monday. “Ifs difficult for her here because she doesn’t speak English and she worries about her daughter,” he said in an interview with The Associated Press. Yelena Bonner, 62, is staying at the home of her daughter, Tatiana Yankelevich, while she seeks treatment for heart and eye ailments. Mrs Bonner came to the United States after Sakharov, a physicist and nuclear weapons pioneer, staged a hunger strike to win her an exit visa so she could seek medical treatment in the West. Family members have lived in the Boston suburb of Newton since 1979. Her son, Alexei Semyonov, said during the weekend that his mother may undergo surgery for her eyes and her heart in the United States instead of returning to the Siena University Opthalmic Institute in Italy, where she was examined. Chris Llamas, a student in Dorothy Matschek's fourth grade Frazier Elementary school class, inspects a shell under a magnifying glass as part of a class activity. Stocks ★ Polica High Low Last AMK Corp 42% 42 - 42'- Amer Can 61% 60% 60% Ameritech lot IOO % IGI AMI Inc 19% 18% 19 Am Motors 2% 2 I 2% AmStand 37% 37 37 Amer TAT 24% 24 24% Amoco 63% 61% 61 % Armcolnc 9% It | 9% AtlKtchfld 62% 61 ' j 61% BancTexas 2 1% 1% BellAtlan 10311 102 . 103* * BellSouth 46% 45% 46 Beth Steel IS7. 15% 15% Borden s 4911 48% 49% CaterpTr 40 % 40 40% Centel 45 44% 44% Chese t)#!’ 41 S. 40% 41% Chevron 36 34% 34% Chrysler 43% 42‘. 42% Coast alCp s 35% 35 35 CocaCola 85% 84 % 85 Coleman 28 ; t 28% 28% ComlMetl 21% 21% 21% DeltaAirl 40 39 % 40 DiamShm 15 14% 14% DowChem 40 39% 39% Dressrlnd 18% 17% 17% duPont 65% 65 65% EastKodak s 52 50% 50% Enserch 22% 21 Hi st - Entexlnc 18'. 18 i 18 , Exxon 51% 51 % 51 % FedlCo 52% 51m 52 Firestone 20% 20*. 20 hi FtBcpTex 12% 12% 12% Flower Ind 22 21% 21% FordMot 56 55% 55% GAF Corp 62% 57% 60% GTE Corp 44% 43% 44% GnDynam 68% 68 68% GenKlec 67% 66% 66% Gen Motors 73% 72% 72% GnMotr E 41% 41% 41 % Goodrich 33*. 33 33% Goodyear 29% 29% 29% GlAtlPac 19% 19 19% Gulf StaUt 13% 12% n Halibut In 25% 25% 25% HolidayCorp 56% 56% 56% Houstlnd 27% 27% 27% HughcsTI 12% 12% 12% Intertst 10% 10% 10% IBM 145% 144% 144% Intl Harv 8% 8% 8S, Int Paper 50% 49% 49% JohnsJn 50% 50% 50% K mart 35% 34% 35 KrogerCo 47% 47% 47% LTV Corp 6% 6% 6% Litton lnd 78 77% 77% LoneSta Iud 32% 31% 31% Lowes 24 23% 23% MCorp 20% 20% 20% MayDSt 62% 60% 62 Medtronic 42% 42% 42% Mobil 29% 28 28% Monsanto 47% 47% 47*4 Motorola 38% 37% 38% NYNEX 94% 94% 94% Owensll! 54% 53% 54 PacifTel 81% 80% 80% Penney JC 56 55% 55% Phelps God 23% 23 23 Philippi s 12% 11% 11% Polaroid 39 38% 38% ProctGamb 69% 68% 68% Pubs NwMx 29 28% 28% KCA 52% 49% 52% KepBankCp 31 >4 30% 31% Sabine 16% 16% 16% Safeway 35% 35% 35% SFeSouPac 35% 35 >4 35% SearsKoeb 39% 39% 39% Singer Co 42% 41 41% southern Co 21 % 21% 21% Southland 43% 43 11 SwstBell 82% 81% 82*4 Sperry Cp 50% 50% 5011 StdOiioh 50% 50% 50 % SunComp so 49 49% TNP Knt 18% 18 m 18% Tandy 40% 39% 39*4 Tenneco 40% 39% 40 Texaco Inc 30% 29% 30 , TexAmBnch 28% 28% 28% TexOomBn 26% 26 m 26% Tex E ast n 32 tm (1% Texas Inst 108 106% 107'. TexasOGas 15 14 - ll Tex Util 29'. 29% 29-. Textron 50'. 50% 50% Tyler s 14% 14% 14% Un Carbide 66% 66% 66% UnPacCp 50% 49 m rn US Steel 25% 24% 24'* US West 86% 86 86% UmTel 22% 22 S. 22% Unocal 27% 27*. 27*4 Wa1 Mart s 30% 30 s, 30* * WestghEI 44% 44% 44% Xerox Cp 60% 59% 59% ZenithE 18% 18% 18% Stock prices drop NEW YORK (AP> — Stock prices were lower in active trading early to day. The Dow Jones index of 30 in dustrial stocks declined 1.37 points to 1.495 64 by noon CST The blue-chip index briefly topped the 1.500 level before retreating in early trading Texaco, one of the components of the blue-chip index, fell % to 30'* A state judge in Texas reconvened a hearing today at which he could announce his decision to uphold, reduce or overturn the $10 53 billion awarded by a jury to Pennzoil Co for Texaco’s conduct in its merger with Getty Oil Co Other oil slocks also declined Oil prices continued failing on the com modify markets following Monday’s announcement by the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries that it would concentrate on keeping its world market share, an move analysts said could force a price war Phillips Petroleum fell ;% to 11\ and led the list of most active stocks in early trading, as 1,891,400 shares changed hands Exxon fell % to 51%; Atlantic Richfield fell iv4 to 61%; Mobil fell I % to 28 %; Texas Oil and Gas fell % to 14' *; and Amoco fell 1% to 62. Also. Kerr-McGee was down I to 31*4, Occidental Petroleum fell 1% to 30%, and Chevron fell 1% to 34V Union Carbide fell v4 to 66% and GAF surged 2% to 60 GAF on Monday made a hostile takeover bid for Union Carbide, and some observers have speculated that Union Carbide might make a counteroffer for GAF. Continued from Page 1A review this policy, as contained In our manual, during the study .” Another of Michie’s responses to the committee's recommendation is to again have the city attorney review the police department’s complaint follow up procedure City Attorney Barry Moore said that in 1982. on the advice of the city attorney, the policy was changed so the department would not have to in-form a complainant what disciplinary action was taken after a complaint The follow up letter was dropped to protect an officer's right to privacy. “(But), I think there is some follow up information we can give without violating the employee’s privacy,” Moore said. adding that he w ill report to council later. The city manager also agreed with the committee’s recommendation that a management study is needed for the entire police department. “The study should address the manpower needs mentioned in the committee's report that made a request for additional detectives and patrolmen and that one of the officers be bilingual,” Michie's report slates “I feel that the management study should address this problem on an ob jective basis and review all of our manpower needs.” Michie said the study will cost about $30,000 and also will cover the use of a psychiatrist on a yearly basis. The committee has recommended that the department have annual psychiatric reviews for each officer "We currently use psychological testing and counseling during the recruitment of new officers The matter of establishing a mandatory annual review of each officer each year I feel needs further study,” Michie’s report said, adding that the department uses the services of a San Antonio psychiatrist on an as-needed basis Michie called the committee’s report “excellent” and said “it stressed on some positive suggestions They were dealing with a complex and emotional kind of problem and the committee did a fought job and handled it beautifully .” Committee member Jesse Gomez said the committee is satisfied with the city’s actions on its report “You’re doing something and you’re doing something right now,” he said. Button, button... who’s got the button? If YOU have it... and are wearing it while shopping in New Braunfels Dec.IO thru Dec. 24... you could win $10... or $110! Texas Commerce Bank, again, is going to give away three crisp $10 bills — daily during the Christmas shopping season in New Braunfels. And there will be 3 lucky cash bonus winners: 2 of $S0,1 of $100. KGNB-AM and KNBT-FM radio stations will be working with us. Together we’re going to make a lot of shoppers happy. HERE ARE THE SIMPLE RULES;_ 1. Get your (free)‘‘Shop New Braunfels First” button from any New Braunfels merchant participating. Most are— and will be displaying the button (pictured above) in their store window or other conspicuous place. TCB will also have them available. (However, you will be eligible if you are wearing a facsimile of the button, fashioned from cardboard, etc.—or the button from previous years.) 2. Wear the button whenever you’re out, so that whenever Christmas shopping, or "browsing”, you will be eligible. 3. Three lucky shoppers wearing the button will be stopped by an authorized person each day between December IO and December 24, with this remark: “Thank you for shopping New Braunfels first.” IMMEDIATELY, THE SHOPPER SELECTED WILL BE HANDED A GIFT ENVELOPE FROM TEXAS COMMERCE BANK CONTAINING A CRISP TEN DOLLAR BILL. 4. The names of all $10 winners will automatically be entered in the drawing to be held in the bank lobby on Thursday, December 26, at IO a.m. THE 3 LUCKY WINNERS WHOSE NAMES ARE DRAWN WILL SHARE $200 IN CASH! ANYONE IS ELIGIBLE. SIMPLY BY FOLLOWING THESE RULES. THERE IS NO OTHER REQUIREMENT, AND NO PURCHASE OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY. Wouldn't $10 or $110 make a lovely Christmas present? GET YOUR BUTTON NOW! WEAR IT! Since 1881 New Braunfels Member FDIC ;

  • Alexei Semyonov
  • Andrei Sakharov
  • Barry Moore
  • Chris Llamas
  • Dorothy Matschek
  • Efrem Yankelevich
  • Jesse Gomez
  • Monroe Wetz
  • Ruth Bonner
  • Tatiana Yankelevich
  • Yelena Bonner

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: December 10, 1985

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