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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 2 A New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Thursday, August 15, 1985 arr *    —    —— Chamber looks at combining telephone exchanges By DANA OVERSTREET Staff writer If the idea of free calls to San Antonio is appealing, then Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President Bill Warner wants to hear about it. Warner said the Chamber is in the process of conducting a survey to determine if New Braunfels residents want their phones to be part of the San Antonio telephone exchange system. “We have been approached by a chamber member to look into the possibility of filing an application with the Public Utilities Commission to get an extended area of service,” Warner said. Although he still has some questions about how the system will work, Warner said he wants to “test the water to see what the public wants” before asking City Council to approve a resolution. Chamber of Commerce members will receive a survey form in their monthly newsletter and others are asked to call the Chamber office, 625-2385, with their thoughts. Warner explained that answers from the PUC will come after the City sends a resolution to the Commission and the PUC conducts three studies — usage, demand analysis and community interest. After the cost study is completed, Warner said, New Braunfels would have to decide to require the service or make it optional. We don’t really know whether ifs good or bad for New Braunfels,” Warner said. "But, the request was make, interest was shown and the decision was made to survey the i Chamber’s) membership.” Questions about the change concern such things as cost — what it will be and who will be charged; phone books — will New Braunfels be included in the San Antonio directory; and phone numbers — will the numbers change. “I hate to say we don’t have any answers, but we don’t,” Warner said. "Until they I PUC) get into the study, they won’t have any answers, either.” Warner continued, "The question’s come up, ‘Will New Braunfels qualify?’ and we will get an idea by the survey, but until we apply for the I PUC) studies, we won’t know .” He said the PUC studies each take about 90 days and the whole changeover process would take almost two years. Warner said his office will be taking survey calls through next week and he hopes to have a preliminary report at the Monday board of directors' meeting.DeathsCAD demolished In order to make way for the new Comal County Courthouse annex, the building which housed the Central Appraisal District was demolished. The CAD is negotiating for DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG space in the new courthouse annex Pictured, Ron Kagy with Sunbelt Demolishing of San Antonio is clearing away the office building. Oliver A. Duelm Oliver A. Duelm of Dallas died Aug. 13 at Veterans Administration Medical Center in Dallas. Graveside serv ices w ill be 2 p.m. Friday at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in San Antonio. The Rev. Henry Talbott will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of Colonial Funeral Home in Irving. Duelm was bom Dec. 14. 1918, in Seguin. He had moved to Dallas 27 years ago from San Antonio. He is survived by his wife, Dorothy Duelm of Dallas; sons. Richard H Duelm and Oliver A. Duelm Jr., both of Dallas; daughters, Carolyn Patton of louisiana. Marilyn Cosy of The Colony and Margaret Lykms of Dallas; a sister. Vocile Harrison of San Antonio; IO grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren Harry Arp .Arrangements are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Harry Arp. 80. of Star Ut 2. Box 264-P. Canyon Lake. He died Aug 14 at McKenna Memorial HospitalStocks CISDstaff development scheduled NEW YORK 1 AP i -Morning stocks IBM 1274 1264 1274 High Low l^ast Intl Harv 94 94 94 AMR Corp 484 48 484 Int Paper 484 48 - 484 Airier Can 594 594 594 JohnsJn 454 454 454 Ameritech SKP* 894 894 K mart 344 344 344 AMI Inc 254 25 25 KrogerCo 424 424 424 Am Motors 34 34 34 ETV Corp 84 84 84 AmStand 30 294 294 Litton Ind 794 794 794 Amer T&T 204 204 204 IxneSta Ind 264 264 264 Amoco 634 634 634 Lowes 234 234 234 Armcolnc 104 IO 104 MCorp 224 224 224 AtlRichfld 584 584 584 MayDSt s 504 504 504 BancTexas 3 24 3 Medtronic 344 344 344 BellAtlan 894 894 894 Mobil 294 29 294 BellSouth 394 394 394 Monsanto 514 504 514 Beth Steel 174 174 174 Motorola 354 354 354 Borden s 384 384 384 NabiscoBrd 834 834 834 CaterpTr 36 354 36 NYNEX 834 83 834 Centel 414 414 414 Owenslll 49 484 49 ChesebgP 344 34 344 PacifTel 734 734 734 Chevron 374 364 364 Penney JC 484 484 484 Chrysler 35 344 344 Phelps Dod 224 214 22 CoastalCp s 324 32 324 PhilipPt s 114 114 114 CocaCola 72 714 72 Polaroid 314 304 314 Coleman 284 284 284 ProctGamb 574 574 574 ComlMetl 174 174 174 Pubs Nw.Wx 26*4 264 264 DeltaA:rl 49 484 484 RCA 434 434 434 DiamShm 174 17 174 RepBankCp 324 314 32 DowChem 36 354 354 Sabine 154 154 154 Dressrlnd 214 214 214 Safeway 314 314 314 duPont 574 574 574 SFeSouPac 31*4 314 314 EastKodak s 444 44 444 SearsRoeb 354 354 354 Enserch 244 24 24 Singer Co 364 364 364 Entexlnc 194 194 194 Southern Co 204 204 204 Exxon 514 514 514 Southland 364 364 364 FedlCo 394 394 •394 SwstBell 814 814 814 Firestone 204 194 20 Sperry Cp 484 484 484 KtBcpTex 124 12 12 StdOilOh 464 46 464 Flowerlnd s 18 174 18 SunCoinp 464 464 464 FordMot 434 434 434 TNP Ent 184 184 184 GAF Corp 324 324 324 Tandy 334 334 334 GTE Corp 40 394 394 Tenneco 404 40 404 GnDynam 794 794 794 Texaco Inc 354 354 354 GenElec 604 604 604 TexComBn 324 324 324 Gen Food 764 76 76l« TexKastn 334 324 324 Gen Motors 67 664 664 I exa.s Inst IOO 994 994 GnMotr E s 404 394 404 TexasOGas 154 154 154 Goodrich 314 im 314 Tex Util 294 294 294 Goodyear 284 284 284 Textron 524 514 524 GtAtlPac 16 154 16 Tyler s 144 144 144 Gulf StaUt 134 134 134 Un Carbide 524 504 524 Haliburtn 284 284 284 UnPacCp 484 484 484 HolidayCorp 523< 524 US Steel 294 294 294 Houstind 274 274 274 USWest 774 764 774 HughesTl 134 13 134 UniTel 224 214 22 Interfst 114 114 II n Unocal 284 284 284 Weather 494 494 494 334 334 334 524 524 524 194 194 194 WalNlart WestghEl Xerox Cp Zeniths Stocks higher in early trading NEW YORK (APi - Stocks were broadly higher in early trading today but the price gains w ere modest. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, having edged up nearly 3 points over the past two days, climbed another 2.91 to 1.319 89 in today’s opening hour Advances overall took a 2-1 lead over declines on the New York Stock Exchange, whose composite index was up 0.19 at 108 81 Staff development days for the entire Comal ISI) faculty will begin Aug. 27, but all new teachers will report for in-service on Aug. 26. In-service for all new professional staff will be from 8 a m. to 4 p m Aug. 26 at Smithson Valley High School. Goals will include familiarizing new teachers with available resources and services, state and local curriculum goals and objectives. and location of all district academic facilities. The entire CISD faculty will meet at 8 a m. Aug. 27 at Canyon High School to begin the 1985-86 school year. All schools and the Central Administration Office will be closed on that day. but the CIS!) Tax Office will remain open for business as usual. The morning in-service session w ill include opening remarks and a general program. Then the staff will break down into smaller groups, and teachers, counselors, nurses and secretaries will attend individualized workshops. From 1-4 p.m. Aug. 27, staff members will report to their home campus or office for more m-service meetings. Teachers will continue to develop teaching strategies using the Madeline Hunter Model, presented by CISD building principals. On Aug 28. all teachers will attend a special education m-service program from 8:30 a m. to 3:30 p.m. at CHS. The topic — "Discipline Management Strategies for Regular and Handicapped Students” — will be presented bv Dr William Giassr, a nationally-recognized expert in the discipline management field Aug 30 will be a work da> for teachers, and school will open on Sept. 3, following the observance of the I^ibor Day holidav on Monday Afterschool program registration slated Pre-registration is now being accepted for children who wish to enroll in after-school gymnastics at Mountain Valley School in Saltier. The gymnastics classes, sponsored by the CISD Community Education, will begin Sept. 24 and 27. Beginning Twirling will also be taught to children in grades kindergarten through 8 at MVS, beginning Sept. 23. Twirling students must pre-regiser on Sept 16 at 3 p.m. Tuition for the twirling course is $12, and the teacher will be Judy Martin. The classes will run from 3-4 p.m. for six weeks. After-school gymnastics classes will begin Sept 24 and 27 with preschoolers from 4:15-5 p.m. on Tuesdays, and classes for kindergarten through eighth-grade students at 3 p.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays. Pre-registration for both sets of gymnastics classes and try-outs will be at Sept. 17 at the school. Parents must be present, or pre-register their children and pay the tuition prior to that date. At preregistration, students will be tested and evaluated on skills and development, and assigned to a class. Janet Matthews, who has 23 years of experience in gymnastics instruction, will stress safety and progressive skills to children who participate in tile classes. Emphasis will also be placed on motor development and eye-hand coordination in the pre-school class Tuition for the gymnastics course is $18 per child, and the classes will run for six weeks To pre-register for the gymnastics classes, call Community Education Coordinator Ann Toussaint at 833-5336 or 885-7674, or mail preregistration information and tile tuition to her at Star Route 4, Box 256, Blanco, TX 78606. Task force appoints members The Greater Austin-San Antonio Corridor Council lias announced the appointment of several local residents to the council s task forces which deal with topics facing the corridor area Robert Sohn. general manager of New Braunfels Utilities was named to the Water Task Force which is chaired by Robert Orr, president of Texas Commerce Bank in New Braunfels. Along with Sohn. Glenn I. Bruvk>, chief appraiser of the Comal County Appraisal District, and Frit/ Schiather. chairman of the board of the Cibolo State Bank, were named to the task force Bill Warner, executive vice president of New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce, was named to the Economic Development Task Force Berime Bink. IU. chairman of the board of New Braunfels Savings A Ixian, was named to the Transportation Task Force Texas Hurricane warnings remained posted early today along the Texas coast from Port Arthur to Freeport although Hurricane Danny was bearing down on the central louisiana coast. The hurricane, described by the National Weather Service as a minimal hurricane, was about IOO miles south southeast of I^ike Charles, La., at dawn, moving north northwest and was expected to reach the Louisiana coast before noon. A hurricane watch and gale warning was posted for the Texas coast from Freeport to Port Aransas. Thunderstorms were being reported in the Gulf of Mexico from offshore from Sabine Pass to offshore from Galveston. Elsewhere, high level clouds covered most of Texas with low clouds reported along the northwest plains and along the gulf coast. A few scattered thundershowers were reported over the Edwards Plateau between San Angelo and Del Rio and patchy showers clotted an area of the extreme northwestern High Plains. Forecasts called for scattered thunderstorms over most of the state today and tonight, ending from the west Friday. Highs were to be mostly in the 80s and 90s. Ixiws tonight will be mostly in the 70s. Highs Friday will be in the 80s and 90s. Early morning temperatures were mostly in the 60s and 70s. Extremes ranged from 60 at Marfa in the Davis Mountains to 82 at Corpus Christi. Other early morning temperatures around the state included bb at Amarillo, 68 at Wichita Falls, 74 at Dallas-Fort Worth, 72 at Waco, 72 at Lufkin, 73 at Houston, 76 at San Antonio, 75 at Brownsville, 65 at Lubbock, 69 at Midland and 71 at El Paso. Forecast North Texas- Scattered thunderstorms mainly east tonight will end from west tonight and Friday. Decreasing cloudiness from west through Friday. Lows tonight 68 to 76. Highs Friday 89 to 98. West Texas- Widely scattered thunderstorms ending tonight. Sunny and warm Friday. Highs Friday mid 80s to upper 80s Panhandle and southwest mountains to low 90s to mid 90s south and far west and near IOO Big Bend valleys. I/iws tonight mid 60s to mid 70s. South Texas- A hurricane warning is in effect from Freeport northeastward along the upper Texas coast. A hurricane watch and gale warning are in effect from Port Arthur to Port Aransas. High winds with numerous thunderstorms southeast today, heavy rainfall is possible. Widely scattered thunderstorms central sections Thursday, partly cloudy and hot west and south. Scattered thunderstorms southeast tonight, otherwise fair skies and mild temperatures. Partly cloudy and hot most sections Friday. Lows mostly 70s except near 80 along the coast. Highs each day mostly 90s except mid 80s upper coast and near 102 southwest. Port Arthur to Freeport- A hurricane warning is in effect. Northeast winds increasing to near hurricane force today Northwest winds diminishing to 20 to 30 knots tonight. Dangerous seas building to 12 to 18 feet. Winds and seas higher in and near occasional thunderstorms and squalls, diminishing tonight. Freeport to Port Aransas-Hurricane watch and gale warning in effect. Northwest winds 20 to 30 knots tonight. Dangerous seas building to IO to 15 feet Winds and seas higher in and near occasional squalls and thunderstorms, diminishing tonight. Port Aransas to Brownsville- Small craft should remain in port. Northeast winds 15 to 20 knots tonight. Rough seas 7 to IO feet, Winds and seas higher in and near widely scattered thunderstorms tonight. Extended forecast North Texas: A chance of thunderstorms. Temperatures near seasonal normals with daytime highs mostly in the 90s and overnight lows in the 70s. South Texas:    Partly    cloudy. Scattered afternoon and evening showers or thundershowers mainly Southeast Texas. Daytime highs in the 80s coast, near IOO Rio Grande plains and Edwards Plateau, 90s elsewhere.Hwrald-Zeitung (USPS 377 8801 lf you have not received your paper by 5 30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or by 7 30 a rn Sunday, call 62Jk9l44 or 658 1900 by 7 p m and 11 a m., respectively Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co.. 186 S. Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131 Dave Kramer ... Editor Gen Mgr. Susan Haire Managing Editor Claude Scruggs.......Publisher Shirlene Thornton . Office Manager Sand) Hutter Asst Adv. Mgr. Cheryl Brzozowski .... Class Mgr Don Avery . . . Circulation Manager Carol Avery . Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel........Press    Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David King........Sports    Editor Patricia Yznaga King , . Wire Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, $10 78, 6 months, $18 82; one year, $33 64 Mail delivery outside Comal County, In Texas: 3 months $18.92; 6 months, $33 64; one year $63.08 Mail outside Texas: 6 months, $42.00; one year $70 OO. Postmaster:    Send address changes to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131.WE ORDERED Too Mony School Sowing Machines SINGER S Educational Department anticipated sales to schools would be LARGE. Due to economic conditions, these sales were UNCLAIMED! 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