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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 12 New Braunfels March Continued from Page 1 its Seay Were saying we want to play on this and we dont want you The nonresident charge would affect others besides winter Seay I know Russell Vollbrecht who lives outside the city but owns a business He probably pays more taxes on his business than I do on my but hed have to pay more to play Fritz chairman of the Golf Advisory said he was against the nonresident increase when it came to a I dont like the We have a lot of taxpayers who dont play golf and resent their taxpayers spent on the but I dont like slapping our winter visitors in the Three months of the year February and some of March we have a log jam for tee The rest of the everythings Scheffel In I think the course is run ning the smoothest it ever When asked if economics were the main force behind the nonresident Scheffel Were at the breakeven point I think our trail fees are too But youll never see a trail because there are too many cart owners on the advisory Continued from Page 1 three Christopher DiStephano and the Houston archiects hired by the county to work on the jail have said that three acres is the minimum size The maximum amount recommended for the new criminal justice which ar chitects estimate will be to square is 10 Christopher who attended the site selection committee meeting last noted that should the county decide to build the new facility it would have to plan for vertical expansion adding floors to the building in the initial And this might make the initial costs of a new jail more expensive than if the county found more than three acres so that the facility could remain only one floor and expand DiStephano you go vertical as opposed to horizontal onefloor expansion you have to make more of a commitment of what your future nds will the architect referring to the builngs One of Knoxs suotnmittees is specifically studying only downtown sites for the Gene president of the downtown urged his any of his group interested in the jail site to contact this subcommittee which is headed up by David who serves on Knoxs main com Following Tuesdays breakfast Knox said he is hoping that his subcommittees will have their recommendations ready within the next couple of Following the main site selection committee will meet he Continued from Page 1 CBS charged advertisers for a 30second spot on the final program to reach what Madison Avenue thought would be close to the largest audience for an entertainment series in television In about many of them dressed in surgical scrub meandered through a hotel where six bars and nearly a dozen television sets had been set up for a farewell More than 300 people crowded inside to watch the final episode at Tony the restaurant in made famous by the shows played by Jamie Farr of More than people attended an invitationonly MASH party at the Oakland Coliseum thrown by the Oakland As baseball while 550 people showed up in Detroit for a incredibly successful fundraiser for the March of Students at Fordhams Rose Hill campus in the New York borough of the Bronx gathered around television sets in a donn room once occupied by Alda that they had converted into a In Granite nurses and nuns clad in Army fatigues converted the 469becl Elizabeth Medical Center into a simulated mobile Army surgical hospital complete with sandbag bunker and vintage jeep in the stocks NEW YORK AP AMR Corp Alcoa Am High 21 Low 21 33 21 33 Kmart Lifemark Litton Ind 28K 38 61 37V4 1 28 1 37 1 61 1 11V4 VVV Savings 8 Loan Ainer Beth Steel Boeing Borden Brit 50 Vi 36 49 36 50V4 Motorola Penney JC Phelps 113 55 111 55Vi 112 55 ACCOUntS Now Paying Burlngt Ind Va 27 Ccntel Chrysler 15 14 15Vs NwMx RCA 23 23V4 23 Annual Yield MOO Minimum Coleman DowChem duPont 31 40 31 40 31 40 Str SantaFelnd SearsRoeb 24 31 24 Va VB 24 Vs 31 East ElPaso Enscrch s Esmark s 56 56 56 Pac SoulInCo 16 16 21 1 16 1 21 Month Fixed or Good Firestone FtBcpTex 19 19 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in 198182 served as president of the MidTexas Symphony JACQUELINE SMITH Weather Local temperatures Hiehs today and Wednesday will be near with a low tonight in the upper This mornings low was and yesterdays high was take level Canyon Lake stood at 904U3 this com pared to yesterdays level of Public Safety 1093 San Antonio 1009 With Us Change without notice Here comes A fresh new taste experience that outshines It not only tastes fresher while you It even leaves you with a fresh You never had it this fresh in BRIGHT NGHT 1 nicotine cigarette by FTC Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your
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