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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 8, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 8A New Braunfels Herald-Ze/ft/ny Friday, April 8,1983 Stocks NEW YORK (AP) -Morning stocks: FtBcpTex FordMot 21 204 204 Lifemark 424 414 414 Sou Pac 504 494 494 AMR Corp High Low L^ast 384 384 384 Litton Ind 58 564 57 Southland s 354 344 344 274 274 274 GAF Corp 154 154 154 LoneSta Ind 314 314 314 SwstBksh 184 184 184 Amer Can 344 344 344 GTE Corp 42 414 414 May DStr 534 524 534 Sperry Cp StdOilCaf 344 344 344 Am Motors 6 54 54 GnDynam 414 414 414 Merck Co 834 834 834 374 364 364 Amer T&T 65 644 644 Gen Elec 1044 1034 1034 Mobil 284 274 274 StdOillnd 434 424 424 Armcolnc 184 184 184 Gen Food 404 394 40 Monsanto 874 864 864 StdOilOh 444 434 434 AtlRiehfld 424 414 414 Gen Motors 574 574 574 Motorola 1034 1014 1014 Sun Comp 34 334 334 Beth Steel 214 214 214 Goodyear 284 284 284 NabiscoBrd 34 334 334 Tenneco 364 36 36 Borden 56-St 56 56 GtAtlPac 104 104 104 Penney JC 594 594 594 Texaco Inc 324 324 324 CaterpTr 394 394 394 Gulf Oil 334 324 324 Phelps Dod 284 284 284 TexComBn 364 354 36 Chrysler 174 164 164 Haliburtn 33 324 324 Philips Pet 334 33 334 TexEastn 494 494 494 CocaCola 55 >-b 544 544 HarteHnk 384 38 384 Polaroid 314 31 31 TexNMexPw 234 234 234 Coleman 304 304 304 Holiday Inn 41 404 404 ProctGamb s 604 594 60 Tex Util 234 234 234 DiamShm 234 234 234 Houstlnd 204 204 204 RCA 234 234 234 TylerCp Un Carbide 234 234 234 DowChein 284 28 284 Interfst 194 184 184 Republic Stl 204 204 204 584 58 584 Dressrlnd 1678 164 164 IBM 1034 1024 1024 Sabine n 194 194 194 UnOilCal 324 314 32 East Kodak 794 794 794 Intl Harv 64 64 64 Safeway s 254 254 254 UnPacCp 504 50 50 ElPaso Co 164 164 164 Int Paper 524 514 514 SantaFelnd 244 24 244 US Steel 224 224 224 Enserch s 194 194 194 JohnsJn 454 454 454 SearsRoeb 354 344 344 UniTel 204 204 204 Entex 194 194 194 K mart 324 324 324 ShellOil 394 39 39 Westgh El 444 434 434 Exxon 314 304 31 KrogerCo 384 38 38 Southern Co 154 154 154 Xerox Cp 404 404 404 Calendar of Events Organizations Comal County Health Fair: 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. at Canyon High School. American Association (or Retired Persons: IO a.m. until 2 p.m. Saturday at the Senior Citizens Center. Ferdinand Lindhelmer Chapter of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas: IO a.m. Saturday at the home of Florian A. Holm on Highway 32. For directions to the Holm residence, call 629-6028 or 935-2427. New Braunfels Music Study Club TFMC, NFMC: Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Seele Parish auditorium. A Junior student program will be presented. Third Annual Lamar Spring Festival: Friday, 5-9 p.m. at the** Lamar School. Refreshments available and there will be booths of games and a cake walk. Open to the public. Bulverde Lions Club Seventh Annual Stag Wild Game dinner: Friday, 6:30 p.m. at the Bulverde Air Park. Funds go to the needy and support of community service organizations. ★ Bullock Continued from Page LA to live within our means, just like our constituents are doing now.” Kuempel gave some merit to Bullock’s recommendation of going back to last session’s spending bill and starting from there. "I.ast session’s spending bill would be below the revenue projected now, and it could be added to or deleted from.” Kuempel said. “At this point, we have to look at every idea.” Kuempel did not like Bullock’s suggestion to legislators to pass a resolution demanding a bill from the House Appropriations Committee by a certain date. “Resolutionget passed all the time, telling us to act, but not where to get the money.” Kuempel said. “I think to demand a deadline is just a ploy for Bullock to get his name in the paper. When the deadline isn’t met, he can say, ‘see, I told you so.”’ The House Appropriations Committee met Thursday to consider budget requests from numerous state agencies, and Rep. Bill Presnal, D-Bryan, said the panel hoped to complete a budget Sunday. But the latest drop in estimat ed revenues could now delay that hope. Kuempel speculated. “Regardless of when it comes out, we’ll get our job done. We’ll get our business finished — and that’s not wishful thinking, just fact.” Not dead yet Hyatt plan would get Braniff flying again GRAPEVINE, Texas IAP) - The Hyatt International Corp. hotel chain has proposed a deal that could put part of Braniff International's idle fleet of jets back in the skies under the grounded airline's name, officials say. Hyatt's proposal to use 31 Braniff jets and 2,000 former workers will be presented to a Fort Worth bankruptcy court April 18, Braniff chairman Howard Putnam said Thursday. The Hyatt offer is similar to an earlier, unsuccessful operating agreement Braniff and Pacific Southwest Airlines in that “an outside investor puts some money into a reorganized Braniff,” Putnam said. “The difference is, Hyatt says we want majority control of the company,’ and they also want creditors to put up cash," Putnam said. Earlier Thursday, a group of former Braniff pilots said that they prompted Hyatt to make the offer for partial resumption of flight operations, which involves an undisclosed amount of cash and stock. The proposal must still be approved by U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge John Flowers and Braniff creditors. The proposal “contemplates an investment by H>att into the reorganized Braniff in return for an interest-bearing note and a substantial amount of the voting stock of the reorganized Braniff,” Putnam said in a prepared statement. Waylon McMullen, a Dallas lawyer for the Braniff pilots, declined to disclose the amount of assets involved in the proposal. “Our review of it (the Hyatt proposal) indicated that it would put Braniff back in the air as a Dallas-based operation; it will return employees to work; and that’s an exciting event for the employees," McMullen said during a news conference Thursday afternoon. He said the pilot group, headed by two retired pilots, also was backed by the Teamsters Union and Air Line Pilots Association. McMullen said they approached Hyatt about three weeks ago about the plan. Putnam was contacted about the same time by Bruce I^edbetter, a Dallas associate of Hyatt chairman Jay Pritzker. “Our proposal, if accepted, will meet your objective of putting Dallas-based Braniff back in the air," Ledbetter wrote in a memo. Braniff suspended operations last May and filed for protection from its creditors in federal court. A Hyatt spokeswoman confirmed that the Rosemont, 111., company had made the proposal to Braniff. “Hyatt was approached by former employees of Braniff to assist in the recommencement of Braniff’s flying operations,” Karen Rugen said. “Toward this end, Hyatt has made a proposal to the debtors in possession and to the various creditor groups. If they support this proposal, and it receives approval of the court, we anticipate substantial Dallas support and recommencment of operation as soon as possible,” she said. Putnam congratulated the pilots, who first approached Hyatt about the deal, on their enterprise, but criticized them for breaking news of the plan. “As far as we were concerned, the proposal was confidential, addressed to Braniff, the secured creditors, and unsecured credtiors’ committee,” he said. Putnam also debated whether Braniff’s name would still be used in the operation to be controlled by Hyatt. AUSTIN (AP) - A fired telephone directory salesman who had filed a lawsuit against Central Telephone Co. of Texas died of an apparent drug overdose in his motel room here, officials say. Results of an autopsy on the body of Conrad “Skip” Lahser, who was found in his Holiday Inn room Thursday, were expected to be released today, officials said. Lahser claimed he was fired from a sub- ★ Fluoride. Coutiiiued from Page LA announced at an emergency City Council meeting at 5:30. Mayor CXA. (Skip) Stratemann Jr. also praised the recount coiiumttee after announcing the results. “Each of the people have served on election committees in the past,” he said. “They’re fair. They know how to read these ballots. They each have individual minds of their own.” Boettcher said Friday he had no complaints concerning the recount. “Everything was very well done. We had a very fine committee.” Some ballots had erasures, he said, but even those were clear, he added. “It was very plain. ..there was no question.” Asked if the issue would be pursued further, he said, “Under an amendment program, there is nothing we can do” (regarding another recount). A court injunction to halt fluoridation is the only other remedy, but he did not indicate if that would be pursued. Sarkozi recalled only one unusual ballot which was counted. One voter wrote on the ballot that he did not understand it, but was against fluoride. That was counted as a “yes” vote, Sarkozi said, since the law stales the voter’s intent must be clear. Another voter marked both “yes” and “no” boxes on all four charter amendments Saturday, she added. That ballot was not counted. Stratemann also said criticism of the ballot’s wording was “undue and unfounded.” He added, “It’s also unfair for anybody to criticize implementation of this particular issue.” Since the results did not change, the group which requested the recount will have to pick up tile tab. Costs include 960 paid to committee members (|4 per hour for five hours’ work), and may include some of Chunn’s legal fees. Council members voted to check into Chunn’s expenses after approving an emergency ordinance declaring the results official. The recount was the latest development in a three-year battle over fluoridation. A charter amendment on fluoride passed by a scant 15 votes in August, 1980. Charter amendments cannot come up for another vote until two years have elapsed, so fluoride opponents waited for that to pass and then filed a petition in February requesting a new election. Actual fluoridation, which had been delayed several times, began February 28. sidiary firm of Centel last September after he inquired about the propriety of certain company policies to the Federal Communications Commission. His March 22 suit against Centel alleges harassment, illegal wiretapping and corruption. “There was a handgun found in his room, but he appeared not to have been shot. It appeared he had taken an overdose of drugs,” said Travis County Medical Examiner Robert J. Bayardo. Holiday Inn manager Mike Johnson said a cleaning woman discovered Lahser’s body about 3 p in., and Johnson summoned police. Investigators said Lahser apparently dictated notes on the tapes found in his room. A video casette and several audio cassette tapes were found in the room along with a handwritten note. “They said there was no reason to suspect his death was anything but a suicide,” said Broadus Spivev of Austin, Lahser’s ancrney. ★Trials Continued from Page LA Court Judge Robert Pteuffer, if the trial could be moved to New Braunfels, and Pfeuffer sent Clark back two open court dates — May 2 and 9. A spokeswoman for the Fort Bend District Attorney’s Office confirmed that Judge Clark had picked May 2, although Allen said Friday he has not received the final paperwork m the mail. Drinking and Driving Get \bu Into Things Like Ambulances, Hospitals and Morgues. DIVIDE APRI Come by Texas Country Cycles 114 E. Mountain (.ti^st.) Daily For In-house Specials * 20 FREE T-shirts daily * FREE tire gauges daily FREE tire mounting w/Tire purchase I9 IO CLOSED ♦ FREE ll Innertubes $4.99 personalized gift pacs daily 14 Spark Plugs 994 12 Yamaha Oil ‘/zOff 13 Bubble Shields $2.99 10% Off on Tune-up Kits 10% Off on Tires 1 Saturday, April 9 & 16 MIDNIGHT SPECIAL GIVE AWAY Sunday April 17,1983 Randolph AFB, 4:00 p.m. at Recreation Center    s    ^    w (Participants must be 18 yrs or older) 16 Spark Plugs 994 I HOUR FILM DEVELOPING LANDA FOTO 363 La aria Ftaia (Next to Winn'*) 625-5594 Wild game dinner scheduled tonight The Bulverde Lions Club will sponsor the Seventh Annual STAG Wild Game Ginner at 6:30 p.m. Friday, at the Bulverde Air Park. Many may not be able to attend the dinner, but the Lions Club is asking people to purchase tickets anyway. Tickets are available from Lions Club members or Bulverde businesses. Proceeds from tickets are targeted for the needy, and to support community service organizations such as the Volunteer Fire Department and the Emergency Medical Service. Drug overdose kills ex-worker who sued Centel TEX EXAS UB b PA CO. IVe'ye Moved! Corn Sn Ik 140 k CASTELL Amt Urn potI afft*/ 625-1500 EYE OPENERS By: Dr. Henry Hull ESOTROPIAS AND EXOTROPIAS 0. What does It indicate It a child has an aye that appears to "wander out”? A. An exotropia or an eye that sanders out is one sign that the child may be strabismic, the protessionai term tor crossed-eyes This is otten a signal that the two eyes are not working together property it the condition is left uncorrected the child may have ditticuity in fudging distances while bicycle riding or playing bali or engaging in other activities Some eyes tend to wander out only when a child is tired This may cause eye strain head aches or even double vision and usually internes with reading and study An esotropic “ eye is one that wanders in it is also a sign that the patient is probably strabismic or cross eyed and that the two eyes are not working together it is important that children exhibiting exotropias or esotropias be seen by an optometrist tor early diagnosis and treatment--!! necessary- to avord visual and emotional problems Presented as a public service by Dr. Henry Hull, 147 Fredericksburg Rd. 625-5716. New Braunfels National Bank MEMBER: VICTORIA BANK SHARES. 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