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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Close inspection Chris a student in Dorothy Matscheks fourthgrade Frazier Elementary school DERYL inspects a shellunder a magnifying glass as part of a class Stocks NEW YORK AP I Morning stocks Co 21 21 21 43 43 43 AMR 81 la 50 50 AMI 50 49 Am 18 18 18 39 39 Amer 39 40 Inc 30 29 30 26 26 26 32 31 31 Inst 108 106 107 15 14 141 Beth 29 29 29 Borden 50 50 50 14 14 14 Carbide 66 66 66 50a 49 Steel 24 24 A 86 86 86 CoastalCp 22 22 27 30 30 44 44 Cp 60 59 59 18 18Xi duPont EastKodak prices drop Enserch YORK AP Stock prices lower in active trading early to Firestone Dow Jones index of 30 in Flower I stocks declined points to by noon GAF Corp GTE VH 44 bluechip index briefly topped level before retreating in Gen Motors GnMotr E 41 41 41 33 one of the components of the bluechip fell to A judge in Texas reconvened a GtAtlPac GulfStaUt 12 13 today at which he could announce his decision to reduce overturn the billion awarded Houstlnd HughesTI 12 a jury to Pennzoil for Texacos conduct in its merger with Getty Oil Intl oil stocks also Oil Int Paper 50 continued falling on the com K markets following Mondays by the Organization of LTV Exporting Countries that Litton Ind LoneSta Ind 31 31 would concentrate on keeping its world market an move said could force a price MayDSt Medtronic 42 42 Petroleum fell to 11 and led the list of most active stocks early as snares Exxon fell to NYNEX Owenslll 54 4 53 54 Richfield fell 1V4 to Mobil Jell W8 to 28 Texas Oil and Penney JC PhelpsQod PhilipPts 23 11 A 23 11 fcU to 14 ant 4owco tell 1 tp KerrMcGee was Jown i to Petroleum fell 1 fell 1 to NwMx RCA BepBankCp 52 31 Vi 49 30 31 Cwtide tell V4 to and GAF iffipl 1 to GAF fin HOBday bpstUe takeover bid for Safeway SFeSouPac 35 3514 and some observers have speculated tbat Umon Carbide Singer for Continued from Page 1A review this as contained in our during the Another of Michies responses to the committees recommendation is to again have the city attorney review the police departments com plaint followup City Attorney Barry Moore said that in on the advice of the city the policy was changed so the department would not have to in form a complainant what disciplinary action was taken after a The followup letter was dropped to protect an officers right to I think there is some followup information we can give without violating the employees Moore adding that he will report to council The city manager also agreed with the committees recommendation that a management study is needed for the entire police The study should address the man power needs mentioned in the com mittees report that made a request for additional detectives and patrolmen and that one of the officers be Michies report I feel that the management study should address this problem on an ob jective basis and review all of our manpower Michie said the study will cost about and also will cover the use of a psychiatrist on a yearly The committee has recommended that the department have annual psychiatric reviews for each We currently use psychological testing and counseling during the recruitment of new The matter of establishing a mandatory annual review of each officer each year I feel needs further Michies report adding that the department uses the services of a San Antonio psychiatrist on an as needed Michie called the committees report excellent and said it stressed on some positive sugges They were dealing with a com plex and emotional kind of problem and the committee did a tought job and handled it Committee member Jesse Gomez said the committee is satisfied with the citys actions on its Youre doing something and youre doing something right Continued from Page 1A McCoy f here was talk of moving telephone poles out of the and 1 talked to the con tractor he supposed to have hired for the Job 45 months but nothing has been I think we ought to have Tousley In here before we agree to extend Camarillo But there were only days left before the letter of credit so commissioners ordered the letter He Tousley has just been play Ing with with right Com missioner Monroe Wetz commented to Wetz asked if any lots had been sold and McCoy said as far as he they hadnt Why hot void the whole thing Pull the plat Wetz Commissioners wanted to ask the county attorney what their alter natives Wetz wondered if commissioners could pay for a gravel road all the way through the If the money would cover that but not accept it in the county road We dont know what we can Weve never been faced with Evans past commissioner courts have faced developers with long records of extensions of letters of but have chosen not to pull the letter of court records The most recent case where pulling a letter of credit was threatened was also In Catnarillos Developer Jerry Haag In Chaparral subdivision almost came to the same but he had sold lots already and one home had boen built on one this doesnt mean he Tousley cant come in here and explain what the problem has been and put up the proper amount of Clark Sakharovs motherinlaw may return to Soviet Union Mass AP When Yelena Bonner recovers from her planned heart and eye treatment and rejoins her Soviet dissident Andrei in the closed city of Gorky next she may take her elderly mother home with relatives Ruth who spent 17 years in prison camps and internal exile in the SovietUnion a half century has lived in the United States since 1980 at the familys in Yelena Bonners soninlaw Efrem Yankelevich said Its difficult for her here because she doesnt speak English and she worries about her he said in an interview with The Associated Yelena is staying at the home of her Tatiana while she seeks treat ment for heart and eye Bonner came to the United States after a physicist and nuclear weapons staged a hunger strike to win her an exit visa so she could seek medical treatment in the Family members have lived in the Boston suburb of Newton since Her Alexei said during the weekend that his mother may undergo surgery for her eyes and her heart in the United States in stead of returning to the Siena University Opthalmic Institute in Ita where she was whos got the button If YOU have and are wearing it while shopping in New Braunfels 10 thru you could win or Texas Commerce is going to give away three crisp bills daily during the Christmas shopping season in New And there will be 3 lucky cash bonus winners 2 of of KGNBAM and KNBTFM radio stations will be working with Together were going to make a lot of shoppers HERE ARE THE SIMPLE RULES Get your free Shop1 New Braunfels First button from any New Braunfels merchant Most and will be displaying the button pictured above in their store window or other conspic uous TCB will also have them you will be eligible if you are wear ing a facsimile of the fashioned from the button from pre vious Wear the button whenever youre so that whenever Christmas or brows you will be Three lucky shoppers wearing the button will be stopped by an authorized person each day between December 10 and December with this remark Thank you for shopping New Braunfels THE SHOPPER SELECTED WILL BE HANDED A GIFT ENVELOPE FROM TEXAS COMMERCE BANK CONTAINING A CRISP TEN DOLLAR The names of all winners will automati cally be entered in the drawing to be held in the bank lobby on December at 10 THE 3 LUCKY WINNERS WHOSE NAMES ARE DRAWN WILL SHARE IN CASH ANYONE IS SIMPLY BY FOLLOWING THESE THERE IS NO OTHER AND NO PURCHASE OF ANY KIND IS Wouldnt or make a lovely Christmas present GET YOUR BUTTON NOW WEAR IT Texas Commerce Bank SwxlWl New Braunfels Member FDJC   

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