New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas
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atthe Mill Store Plaza
651 Highway 81 E., Suite 1154 New Braunfels
(Between Rawlings and Farah; Family owned and operated.
Pictured at light are Theresa Peaek, treasurer of the New Braunfels Chapter of the M.l. Hummel Club and Same DeVlney. Devlney was presented with a Hummel print on May 23. The print donated by the Hummel Museum as a part of the Hummelfest birthday Celebration for Sister Hummel, was raffled off during the celebration. __
Special Airfare To Germany
Travel between May 9 and Aug. 30 (return travel complete by Aug. 30) Stay as long as you want (at least seven days) ■ one price
133 Landa StreetLACKSPAYMENTS TIL AUGUST!
Contemporary or Traditional
Re, $699 90 - $*99 99
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Feature* universal inutile, 178 clutnnel capability, and more. K»g $149 99
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Pecan finish, mirror back. | Reg $299 99 VS 1800
Same as Cash*
PllUod Contemporary Bedroom
Features engraved jade stone arui black finish and brass finish accents. Includes 64* door dresser, mirror, and full/queen mirrored headboard. Re* $799 98 92 $i
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Affordable Quality Always... At Lacks
Oak Sol Tog D«(k $4 QAM
Pull-out writing tray. B 333# |
Locking top. Rrg $129 99 62 272 I
Bassett Sloepor Sectional
Features side-by-side recliner, wedge, anil queen innerspring sleeper. Upltolstered in plush blue velvet. Reg $2999 99 91 017
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with black finish base. Inc bides four black
velvet upholstered chairs. Reg $699 99 84 219 p,, —■ liliiliilBBI o7ottTLml
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Lack's of New Braunfels 971 W. San Antonio " 625-7324
Herald-Zoitung photo by KARLA WENZEL;Who To Call lf There's A Power Outage
Summer is upon us, and with the warmer weather come the storms our area is frequent!y subjected to. The high winds and lightning that accompany these storms can cause power outages at your home or place of business, lf you experience a power outage the following guidelines and precautions should be observed.
1. Check your electrical breaker panel or fuse box to determine the outage is not just in your own wiring system, but do not put yourself in a dangerous situation assuming the power will remain off. Keep in mind that NBL) will be trying to repair the problem as quickly as possible.
2. Call NBU as soon as you have determined the problem is not in your wiring.
3. Have the following information available: Name, Address and Telephone number.
4. Let the dispatcher ask for the Information.
This will allow NBU to get the necessary information quickly and repair crews on the scene sooner.
5. Give the dispatcher any Information that might Identify the problem such as downed power lines or poles, loud noises or flashes of light at the time the outage occurred, lf there are downed lines, STAY AWAY and keep others out of the area. Always assume the downed lines are energized.
6. Be patient. NBU will be working to restore your power as quickly as possible.
To Report Line Trouble Daytime 8:00 to 5 pm
Nights, Weekends or Holidays
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New Braunfels Emergency Medical Technicians attended to the victim of an accident at the Intersec-' tlon of Loop 337 and River Road Saturday afternoon. The Injured man was transported to McKenna I i Memorial Hospital where he was treated and released. This was one of numerous accidents reported on Saturday, the first day of a long Memorial Day weekend.
Memorial Day casualty
Herald-Zeitung photo by John Huaefi