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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Lighting the night New Texas December Yvette Lemoine shows off a special lawn tree of Hospice New Braunfels has the tree which will be given to a The tree stands 7 feet tall and is covered with It will be displayed in front of WalMart Saturday from 10 to 6 For more information on the tree and how it will be given call Hospice at Photo by Deryl Clark takes legal action to get embezzled funds DALLAS AI A savings and UMII association has taken Itgal ac tion to retmer money the organiza tion claims a fonnrr official cmbeiil Ulort gouig on a million sptn tling spritthat includetl a Donation to a AIDS patients court rvcordh indicate First Texas Savings ami Loan haji taken title to a owned b Patrick a former branch manager for the and died at least tuo civil tw suits against according to a right in totlass editions of the HirM In one of HVOMsuits First Texas alleges that on or June 1 IetHnport wrungfulh rnisap UropnaUii certain funds or his own persona use from First Texas In addition to the suits First Texas Is seeking o a donation I made to With AIDS Coalition Inc which opened a i unit home or AIDS patients last That money rightfully belongs to the and loan said J Livingston chair man of the board of First Texas He viould not say how much money is in solved in but added most of it has been The newspaper reported that several ptople who Detenport said he tested positive or the HIV irus which can lead to the acquired immune deficiency syndrome disorder DetHnport declinetl to comment about the but said he did not intend to cause any problems to organizations that received money from him last the thrift sent legal documents asking the Persons With AIDS group to acknowledge that it owes First Texas by gran ting a lien on the AIDS home in that amount But leaders of the home are resisting the thrifts saying they accepted the money from IXbenport in good faith Were not the ones who did anything wrong I didnt embezzle the money said Daryi a co founder of the home We just wanted to do something humanitarian and serve the com munity First Texas sought an injunction against Debenport June 1 State District Judge David Brooks sealed the lawsuit u days later and ordered all further proceedings be held in dosed hearings at the request of the thrift However First Texas apparently has not filed criminal charges against Debenport Ted head of the district attorneys specialized crime said he does not believe First Texas has con tacted his office and knows nothing atKHJl the case We would definitely be interested in talking to First Texas Savings about prosecution if evidence shows a crime may have been Steinke said ATTENTION FARMERS RANCHERS AN D ALL PETROLEUM CUSTOMERS Midtex is still Your locally owned Texaco Phillips 66 Petroleum Distributors In a continuing effort to serve our valued customers some for over 21 years we are committed to providing quality products and service at lair and competitive We sincerely appreciate your Patronage Offices and warehouse conveniently located at 1516 Wald 6254214 6586776 DO YOU HAVE MILD TO MODERATE ASTHMA If we need volunteers to partici pate in a FDA approved clinical study for a new asthma Participants must be 12 years of age or and will be For more information call CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH Page 9A Stocks NEW YORK Morning High Low Last AMR Vfc Amerltech AMI Amer 2 v BakerHugh BancTexas 4 BellSouth Beth Centel Chrysler Coastal 4 ComlMetl Digital 29 s s Flowerlnd s Corp s s 59 Motors E 21 25 n HollyFarm s 82 82 IntlPaper s JohnsJn K mart s 46 s Cp Ind 39 LoneSta Ind 28 Lubys us n 74 74 MayDSt Medtronic Monsanto Motorola 34 s s Dod s 24 PubS NwMx 29 Sabine SFeSouPac 40 77 27 24 20 23 74 274 7434 63 26U 454 11 24 15s 22v 7i 84V 37 21 224 834 20v 71 4 16n 23 26s 74 46 3s 26 42 45 11 21 22 837 20 10 41 SearsRoeb SherwlnWm Singer Co Southern Co Southland SwstBell s SunComp Tandy Templlnld s Tenneco vjTexaco TexAmBnch TexEastn Texaslnd Texaslnst s Tex Util Textron s Tyler USX Corp UnCarbde UnPacCp US West UniTel Unocal WalMart s WestghEl Xerox Cp ZenithE 41 22 25 20 EXTER FOR MEN 25 OFF Kceularlv Hi C Soguin to New Braunfels to 9 Five Courts Mall to Sunday Courtyard Center to Sunday Playtex 30 OFF KNT1RE STOCK Playtex favorite bras and preferred for fantastic comfort and For all figure types anil our of 18 Hour bras and Thank Goodness It Support Can Be 1 Cant Believe Its A Cross Your and SuperLook your Bealls Discover or American 705AUnda Seguin Five Courts Mail 10 to 9 to Sunday ealls New BraunfeU Courtyard Center 10 to 9 to p Sunday
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