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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 16, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Cougarettes Page 13A New Braunfels 180 New Braunfels Herald Publishing 707 Landa New Zeituno Texas 78130 USPS 377800 AfT Wednesday September 25 Cents Two 28 Pages County solons set park district vote The Comal County division of the American Heart Association wants you to think twice as you walk down the aisle the grocery store that Beginning more than supermarkets nationwide in eluding the New Braunfels HEB store will participate In American Heart Associations Food a weeklong event that focuses the attention of the American public on the selection of foods that meet AHA dietary The Heart Associations guidelines emphasize wise eating patterns that emphasize weight con trol limited intake of saturated refined sugar and and the assurance that the diet includes a variety of said Julie food festival chairman and extension service home Highlight of the week is a display and demonstration of heart healthy foods at the local HEB Store today from to and 4 to 6 Volunteers from the extension 4H and the locaJ heart chapter will pass out hearthealthy so stop by and see Germanys Freiburg Chamber Or chestra and Choir will perform at Texas Lutheran Colleges Jackson Auditorium Friday at 8 Tickets for the the first in Jackson Auditoriums 1M788 Arts and Entertainment are and and may be purchased at the Jackson Auditorium box of extension Master Card and Visa are accepted The or chestra and choir are directed by Klaus Lower Colorado River Authority and New Braunfels Utilities will conduct a field test to determine the effect of specific airconditioning system maintenance procedures on electric demand and LCKA has contracted with Guada Coma Mechanical of New Braunfels to conduct the field test NBC selected the firm for the project Guada Coma Mechanial has selected five residential atr conditiomng systems that have not had maintenance for four and five respec tively These systems will be serviced and retested The data will indicate the effect of maintenance procedures on the performance of each system and its electric usage The field test also will determine consumer interest in possible future Power Saver airconditioning maintenance programs as a means of conserving energy LCRA is pro motlng Power Saver energy efficiency programs through its wholesale electric customers Texas students who did not graduate from high school in May because they failed the Texas SttSTAMMTISCH Sales user fees proposed to finance other projects By DAVID MAY Staff Writer Comal County voters will be asked in November to decide the fate of a proposed watcrorlcnted recreation If the district would generate funds through taxes and fees for law enforcement im provements and litter control Comal County Commissioners Monday unanimously approved plac ing the question on this falls This is a landmark day in Comal said Commissioner who over the last several years has sought support for creation of the selfsupporting district In reference to House Bill which authorized local Evans It was a landmark piece of legisla tion and an unusual type of legisla The districts formation would re quire majority approval from all county voters Should the resolution a governing board would be formed and only those persons living within the districts boundaries would have authority to vote on any future amendments or changes 1 feel it will be a positive step in the making of recommended im provements and relief from ad valorem County Judge Fred Clark told the court Billed as the Comai County Water Oriented Kecreation the proposed boundaries meet New Braunfels north and northwestern Sec Lawsuit against McKenna doctors moved A 1985 lawsuit against McKenna Memorial Hospital and two physicians filed in Guadalupe County has been transferred to Comal County on a change of venue The plaintiffs in the Lloyd R acting as best friend of a Jonas filed a damage suit in July of 1985 against the hospital and Richard and William K The action seeks damage amounts in excess of the minimal jurisdictional limits The suit contends that Jonas Stahl injured his left arm in a fall on Oct and was altended to by both Clem mons and Brown as well as emergency room personnel at McKenna The plaintiffs contend negligence on the parts of the who are alleged to have failed to exercise skill and deligence in diagnosing and treating the According to the the injury was diagnosed as being an acute strain of the elbow but was later found to be a Woman Injured dislocation of the elbow The suit contends the injury is now permanent while Jonas Stahl suffers great physical pain and loss of use of his deft The plain tiffs are asking for damages and medical costs expected to be incurred in the Motions have been filed to exclude both the hospital and Clemmons as codefendants in the which have not been ruled on by Judge Gus Strauss of the 25th State District Court in Guadalupe In answering the original McKenna has taken exception to several of the petitions allegations including a clause stating the physicians were acting as agents of the failure to state a specified damage amount and failure to identify which emergency room personnel attended to the District court coordinator in Comal Ginny said Tuesday that a trial date had not been set here for the law hot September days continue with a 20 percent chance that some rain will cool things off today Highs are forecast for the mid 90s with south winds at 10 to 15 Mostly fair skies will prevail tonight with a con tinued 20 percent chance of rain and a low in the mid70s and light southeast Partly cloudy skies on Thurs day carry a high in the mid and southeast winds at 10 Stay fail really is the Ulfll f mi m Ill a Preston of 314 Lakeview ex amines the damages to his 1961 Chevy Capris after being hit this morning by a 1965 Chevy Silverado pickup driven by Charles of 519 Elm Creek Josie of 461 a passenger in Prestons struck her head on the windshield and was transported by EMS to McKenna with a head laceration and knee The accident oc curred about on Lakeview Drive according to New Braunfels police officer Russell Reed attempted a left turn into the riding stables located near Torrey in front of Prestons oncoming Salinas was not wearing a seat Both Preston and Reed complained of minor injuries but declined medical treatment at the Photo by Oeryl Clark Brewha ha From Staff and Wirt reports Citing legal state li quor control officials put a halt Tuesday to the infamous dayold beer started Monday in San Antonio by a small liquor retail And this the liquor distributor who said he goofed when he advertised 12packs of beer for cents may face an in vestigation by the state attorney general and the Texas Alcoholic Beverage state of ficials Coupons cannot be accepted in conjunction with the sale of any alcoholic said Texas Alcoholic Beverage Con trol representative Reyes Tuesday We cannot regulate what price they charge for beer or but there arc legal problems with the acceptance of a coupon for an alcoholic Both 7u convenience stores in New forced to honor a San Antonio liquor stores adver tised special on 12packs of had placed signs in front of their stores Wednesday afternoon ex plaining the discontinuation of their guarantee Reyes referred TAlCs deci sion to a marketing practice ruk day advertised 12packs of Miller and Budweiser beer for W cents upon presentation of the newspaper According to when the store ran out of the advertised clerks began referring customers to Ml After touching off the beer war and catching the scrutiny of TABC Gabriel said the San Antonio newspaper adver tisement that ran Monday was an He said the ad mistakenly said his stores would sell 12packs of Budweiser and Miller beers for cents We big said I lost over It was a The ad should have been for 14 We lost about ifio I a big I want to to San my customers and TABC agents found more beer in one of Gabriels stores after Tee Southland which owns 7u convenience had initialed a statewide marketing strategy that pranis ed to match any price on Gabriels Mnwunt Beer and Wine a ef five alcoholic beverage retail outlets in San OB supplies being sold Milton TABC dwtrfet supervisor An employee at ant ef aval Mi stores said TVenisy after thai fltftnfwl nnawnl Iftttlfti awi eja aceunlel beer at the 1 employee at the i would only say tnat i tory ran very ent i any oinw mmrmntiagi IA i i tattveAuwGiegfiaM Weareaetatwasftyi ttUertaejej We
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