New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 13, 1983, Page 14

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 13, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Herald Zeitung ★ Bell _ Stocks Continued from Page I revenue was requested by General Telephone Co. and approved by the PUC. The Southwestern Bell proposal includes a penny per minute increase for most calls up to 41 miles. The new rates put in effect this week included a IO percent jump — $88 million — in long distance tolls, an increase not sought by Southwestern Bell. Don Butler, who represents the Texas Municipal League, on Wednesday questioned whether the $12.3 million would be passed on by Southwesteren Bell to the other phone companies. “I don’t think we can explain increasing Bell’s rates without explaining why other ratepayers don’t see a decrease in their rates,” Butler said. Southwestern Bell has resisted increases in its long distances rates in recent years because of increasing competition. However, during the recent rate case, testimony showed Southwestern Bell still has in excess of 90 percent of the Texas long distance business. Dean clears way for special election AUSTIN i AP) — Phil Gramm, who drew nine Democratic opponents in the special election for the seat he resigned in the U.S. House, is eligible to run for it as a Republican, the Texas Secretary of State ruled today. State Democratic chairman Bob Slagle complained last week Gramm should not be allowed to run as a Republican, because state law says those voting in a primary “shall remain a qualified member of the party for the duration of the voting year." Slagle said the voting year extends through the end of February. Secretary of State David Dean said, however, the Election Code does not prohibit a member of Congress from “resigning, changing parties and running for the resulting vacancy as a member of an opposing party.” Slagle had said the special election would have to be held after March I for Gramm to run as a Republican, but Dean said the Feb. 12 date could not be changed Gramm's opponents include several he defeated when he was a Democrat, and one well-known entertainer, humorist John Henry Faulk, who says the special election is another referendum on Reaganomics. Faulk anti five other Democrats joined the race for the (Itll District before Wednesday's:) p.m. deadline. A Libertarian candidate also is running for the seat, which represents an area stretching 250 miles from Dallas to Houston. Faulk, 69. a CBS radio commentator who was blacklisted in the 1950s. said here Wednesday that Gramm’s resignation and switch from the Democratic Party last week “is the best tiling that could have happened" to the (itll district. The Feb 12 special election gives voters another chance to tell Washington that Reaganomics isn t working. Gramm's like a weatherman who creates tornadoes, instead of predicting them," Faulk said. “There's only one Republican in this race because everyone else has recession is like wearing a 'Hit Me’ sign to a boxing match,” he said. Gramm easily won re-election last year to a third term in Congress as a Democrat, but resigned last week and left the party after Democratic leaders bounced him from the Budget Committee for his support of President Reagan’s economic programs. Gramm’s major barrier to returning to Washington is considered to be former Dan Kubiak, 44, of Rockdale, who quit the Texas House of Representatives last year after seven terms to make an unsuccessful bid for state land commissioner. Gramm, a 40-year-old former economics professor at Texas A&M, cannot win in the 6th district as a Republican, Faulk said, because "there are plenty of people my age who remember the Depression." Faulk said he would campaign on “protecting the Social Security system, reducing uneployment and encouraging economic recovery." George M. Chamberlain, 34, of Granbury, a structural engineer at Comanche Peak nuclear plant near Glen Rose, held a news conference in Dallas Wednesday to announce his candidacy. The secretary of state's office said it also received filing fees Wednesday from Carl A. Nigliazzo, 36, an economic planner from Hearne; Louis C. Davis. 58. a lawyer from Houston; Joe English, 44, of Granbury, who is retired; and Rex Carey, 43. of Midlothian, a former employee of the Office of Economic Opportunity who finished fourth in a race against Gramm in last year’s Democratic primary. ll. Martin Gibson, 40, a lawyer from Duncanville, is the Libertarian candidate. Other Democrats announcing last week were Joe Agris, 42, a plastic surgeon from Houston; and Bill Powers, 53, a businessman from Navasota who finished last among five Democrats opposing Gramm Newsmakers Farm loan foreclosures fought GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) - An agricultural group, saying the recession and bad weather have hurt Michigan farmers, is seeking to block the Farmers Home Administration from foreclosing delinquent farm loans. In a suit filed Wednesday in U.S. District Court, the Michigan Farmers Home Borrowers Association sought an order forcing the FmHA to act on a 1978 law that allows it to declare such moratoriums. Calvin Lutz, state director of the FmHA and one of the defendants in the suit, estimated that more than half the farmers in Michigan with FmHA loans are delinquent on payments. Georgia execution delayed ATLANTA (AP) - The lith U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled there is probable cause for an appeal by murder convict William Anthony Brooks and stayed his execution, which had been set for today. The three-judge panel ruled Wednesday that a federal judge who denied an earlier appeal had not identified or resolved any of 19 issues raised in the case. But the appellate court also said the state was entitled to a speedy resolution of the case. Brooks, 27, was convicted Nov. 18, 1977, of the murder, rape, armed robbery and kidnapping of a 23-year-old church choir director from Columbus, Ga. Man dies while leaving hospital NEW BRUNSWICK, N J. (AP) An elderly man who had just received tests at a hospital apparently suffered a fatal heart attack as he drove away, smashing through a glass wall and injuring 14 people, officials say. The injured, who were waiting in the out-patient clinic of St. Peter’s Medical Center at the time of Wednesday’s crash, suffered cuts and bruises and, in some cases, smoke inhalation because the car kept running and spewed fumes, hospital officials said. A hospital spokeswoman said the driver, 77-year-old Arthur S. Kuhfahl, had been a patient at the clinic for many years. NEW YORK I AP) -Morning stocks Lifemark High Low Last Litton Ind AMR Corp 22 214 214 LoneSta Ind Amer Can 34 334 334 May DStr Ani Motors 74 74 74 Merck Co Amer T&T 65 644 644 Mobil Armcolnc 184 184 184 Monsanto AtlRichf Id 454 454 454 Motorola Beth Steel 224 214 22 NabiscoBrd Borden 51*4 51 51 Penney JC CaterpTr 474 464 47 Phelps Hod Chrysler 17*2 174 174 PhillpsPet CocaCola 49 474 484 Polaroid Coleman 294 294 294 Prod Gainb DiamShm 254 254 254 BCA DowChem 294 294 294 Republic SU Dressrlnd 204 194 194 Sabine n East Kodak 854 844 844 Safeway Str ElPaso Co 21 204 21 SantaFelnd Enserch s 214 21 ’214 SearsRoeb Entex 204 194 194 Shelled Exxon 31 304 304 Southern Co Firestone 194 194 194 Sou Pac FtBcpTex 214 214 214 SouthlndCp FordMot 394 38 4* 384 SwstBksh GTE Corp 414 404 404 Sperry Cp GnDynam 334 334 334 StdOilCal Gen Elec 98*2 964 964 StdOillnd Gen Food 384 374 384 StdOilOh Gen Motors 644 64 644 SunComp Goodyear 354 354 354 Tenneco GtAtlPac 84 84 84 Texaco Inc Gulf Oil 314 304 304 TexComBn Haliburtn 38 374 374 TexEastn HarteHnk 384 384 384 TexNMexPw Holiday Inn 394 394 394 Tex Util Houstlnd 204 204 204 TylerCp Interfst 234 234 234 Un Carbide IBM 994 984 984 UnOilCal Intl Harv 44 44 44 UnPacCp Int Paper 524 514 52 US Steel Johns J ii 494 484 484 UniTel K mart 244 234 24 Westgh El KrogerCo 384 384 384 Xerox Cp ETV Corp 144 134 134 Zenith R 364 36 36 564 564 564 304 30 30 Va 474 464 464 854 854 85 Va 26 254 254 84 834 834 884 884 884 354 354 354 444 444 444 334 334 334 344 34 34 284 28 284 113 1124 1124 234 224 224 174 174 174 184 184 184 444 444 444 254 254 254 294 284 29 414 41 41 164 164 164 40 394 394 394 39 394 25 25 25 344 344 344 334 324 324 454 45 45 394 394 394 35 344 344 354 344 344 314 31 314 404 40 40 57 54 54 21 204 21 224 224 224 214 214 214 594 58‘a 59 304 294 30 534 514 524 214 21 21 214 214 214 444 434 434 404 404 404 144 144 144 ★ Edwards. Continued from Page I • Precincts 16, 17, 18: Faith United Church of Christ, 970 Ixiop 337. The EUWI) was created in 1959 by the Texas legislature to develop plans for the efficient use and protection of the water in the Edwards Aquifer. While there are many local, state lid federal water agencies, the EUWI) is the only agency among them whose sole responsibility is the protection of the quality and quantity of w ater within the region it serves. Since 1959, the district has initiated much of the ground water planning for the region, and the 15-member board is dedicated to continuous planning and protection to assure the best use of all water resources, both surface and ground. 'PINKING [RIVING JEATH A Combination we CAN T LIVE WITH' A mtttigt from this »nd IN Troopin ot lh* lpm 0«piffm»nt pl Public Sittty Explorers schedule car wash The Explorers Club of New Braunfels Police Department will host a car wash Saturday at 473 S. Seguin. Open from IO a.m. to 5 p.m., the wash will be open for business iii front of Frank Suhr’s law office. COMING SOON! I HOUR Developing LANDA FOTO 363 Land* Pins* (Next to Winn’s) 625-3584 by Kav Barber Absinthe is an aperitif tnat nas a whole mystique surround-inn it it was said to dnv*‘ one to suicide or madness demise it contained the herb wormwood Others claimed that any drmw consumed attei absinthe would he twice as stronq is it normally would due to the power of the absinthe it was very popular in the artistic left Bank world of Paris and supposedly destroyed the careers of many a poet and painter this is malty not too Stir prisma as it contains 70-80% alcohol However absinthe and it1 manic powers are hard to come bv these days One of the tew places that it can be found is Spam Put witnouf the wormwood and with less alcohol You ll find we at WAB HUUORS 117 IH 35W Courtyard Shoppinq Center 62b 3b68 are knowiedqeable in the world o1 wines and liquors and most anxious to share our information with you it you an- iiM idv tamiliar with us you know that be cause we .ce a home owned and operated family store your mum'ete satisfaction is our main goal Hours Mon -Sal 10 9 Ail maior credit cards honored WINE WISDOM: Curries and highly spiced foods are sometimes better ac companied by beer rathpr than wine Shop Herald Classifieds Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00 enough sense to know voting    whe n he first won election to Congress Republican iii the middle of a    in 1978.^BRUNEI'S January ClearancePRICE SALE issy and | Junior Skirts I Missy Blouses Mens Jackets Womens Jackets Boys Jackets Womens Shoes Women’s Sweaters I Misses Dresses Mens Sweaters Missy & Jr. Pants Junior Tops Junior Dresses BENSON & HEDGES jOc/u. «•( + Only 6 mg yet rich enough lo he called deluxe. Regular and Menthol Open a box today. \    LIMITED    QUANTITIES    AND    BROKEN    SIZES    IN    SOME    GROUPS Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined Thai Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous lo Your Health. •.v.v.y 6 mg "tar'' (J ii mg nicotine av per cigarette, by FTC method ;