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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas December hive breathing problems CMtlttiidfrofliPagti school lakes on real and personal property a re due by New Braunfels iSD New Braunfcls ISO and employees will return to school and work The tax of fice will follow the same Banks Texas Commerce Bank closes at 3 today and will be closed New Years MBank New Braunfels closes for New Years and will be open all day New Braunfels National Bank closes on New Years Day and will be open all day New Braunfels Savings and Loan will be closed New Years but will be open all day HeraldZeitung The will close at 5 on today and will be closed on New Years when subscribers will receive a morning The circulation office will be open from 7 tl New Years Driving Continued from Page 1 circle with a diagonal line through In the Office of Highway Safety lends breath testers to private but the number of requests outnumbers the 45 testers New York police will set up free coffee will be available at restaurants and gas sta tions along the New York and free rides will be offered on New York City buses and subways and o buses In Rochester and Buf The office of Georgia Joe Frank a dedicated has prepared a television message showing a ticking clock and a car careening down a When the clock strikes the car crashes into a telephone In 19 bars and restaurants are encouraging designated driver parties by pro viding free soft drinks along with badges saying Im driving to drivers who promise to avoid Several Louisiana sheriffs and police departments offer free and in suburban New a wrecker service offers free towing to those who believe they shouldnt Louisiana State Police spokesman Mike Roop Wed rather urge moderation and some common rather than getting as drunk as you want and feeling like you have a free taxi Continued from Page 1 ter it is for Wilson The fire chief said the lowered key rate will affect industry more than Industry really looks at especially new ones coming The first thing they want to know is what the citys key rate Wilson He added the revised rate is about the lowest key rate comparable to other cities our size in the and it took a great deal of cooperation to achieve New Braunfels Utiliites Bob Sohn said he was pleased by the lower rate and also applauded the joint effort it took to get Now this is It looks like we finally did something he add Continued from Page do more because ol a federal court and they cant get a decent He said the 3 percent acrossthe board increase approved earlier this year was eaten up by an Increase In employees medical A 1984 report by the Census Bureau ranked Texas and Iowa at 19 in pay for public excluding those in with average monthly earnings of Alaska was at the top of the list with average earnings of a Stocks NEW YORK AP Morning stocks AMR Corp AmerCan Amerltech AMI Inc Am Motors AmStand Amer Amoco Armcolnc AtlRichfld BancTexas BellAtlan BellSouth 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maneuvered for yearend tax and reporting Brokers have also said it has been difficult to discern any message in the markets recent ups and downs because so many Investors have taken extended Christmas and New Years Many observers believe the first signs wont show up until next at of whether the market can extend its 1985 advance into it was evident that stocks were winding up the old year on a positive Among actively traded blue General Motors gained to 7114 and American Telephone Telegraph rose to while International Business Machines was unchanged GM was trading with the distribution ol one Class H com mon share for each 20 GM shares tak ing The Class H stock was created in connection with GMs ac quisition ol Hughes The NYSJSs composite index ol all listed added to the Anwkan Stock Ex oMrtpt value iodex Volume on the Bwd miUiw shjn after the delivered by i Caesarean together weighed survival for Siamese twin girts borti 7 ounce at saidI over the weekend are less than 80so because the babies are having breathing The born were listed in very critical condition late Monday hospital spokeswoman Joan London Theyre needing Increasing breathing she The children were on respirators and were which was part of the usual doctors said Robert a pedlatrii surgeon at the they are Joined from the breastbone to the umbilical have separate but share a The extent of other joint organs is unknown at this he We cant tell you anything further because the babies are too Hospital officials said they were following the familys wishes and would not identify the parents or say where the parents the their first Danielle The Infants were about seven weeks premature when The mother hid been hospitalized for about a week when ultrasound tests disclosed change in heart rites and fetal prompting doctors deliver the The decision was made to take a chance with a breathing problem rather than have the babies die In the said Arnold chief of they have 1m flculty They cannot sup port breathing on their own Both babies in desperately he Because of their concerned with keeping them 1 think the main point at the moment Is to have these babies Im prove their breath Their outlook Is not a very good Rudolph But weve seen babies like this Asked whether the chances ol surlvai were at least he Less than rice January 1 for the ladies sweaters 50 off dressy 50 off All 50 off AN 50 Off All 50 off All cord pants and 50 off All jackets and for the men 50 off All winterweight 50 off All for the kids 50 off All longsleeved 50 off All cord pants for 50 off All sweaters for 50 off All coats for for your home 50 off Our acrylic HiLoft OPEN NEW TO 5 Everyday Catalog phone New Braunfels   

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