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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 8, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 8A New Braunfels HeraMZeitung April stocks of Events NEW YORK AMR Corp Amer Can Am Motors Amer 27 3414 6 27 34 5 27 34 5 GAF Corp GTE Corp GnDynam Gen 15 42 41 15 41 41 15 41 41 Ind LoneSta Ind May DStr Merck Co 31 53 83 31 52 83 31 53 83 SwitBluh Sperry Cp StdOifcif 18 34 37 18 34 36 18 34 36 NTMC Friday at 9 at the Seele Parish A Junior student program will be Comal County Health Fair B Armcolnc AtlRichfld Beth 41 41 Food Gen Motors 5714 57 57 Motorola 103 101 101 SunComp 34 33 33 at Canyon High Third Annual Lamar Spring American Association for Retired Festival 59 at 10 until 2 Lamar SchooL Refreshments CaterpTr Chrysler CocaCola 55 Vs 16 54 16 54 Oil Haliburtn HarteHnk Holiday 33 38 32 38 32 38 Dod PhillpsPet Polaroid ProctGamb 33 31 33 31 33 31 TexEastn TexNMexPw Tex 49 23 49 23 49 23 at the Senior Citizens available and there will be booths of j games and a cake Open to the Ferdinand Llndhelmer Chapter of Daughters of the Republic of Bulverde Lions Club Seventh DowChem Dressrlnd East 16 16 16 IBM Intl 103 102 102 Stl Sabine n Safeway 19 19 19 Carbide UnOllCal 32 31 32 10 Saturday at the home Annual Stag Wild Game dinner of Florian Holm on Highway Friday at the Bulverde ElPaso directions to the Holm Air Funds go to the needy and Enserch s Entex 19 31 K mart 32 32V4 32 ShellOil Southern 39 39 39 Westgh El Xerox 44V4 43 43 call or support of community service New Braunfels Music Study Club Bullock Continued from Page 1A to live within our just like our constituents are doing Kuempel gave some merit to Bullocks recom mendation of going back to last sessions spending bill and starting from Last sessions spen ding bill would be below the revenue projected and it could be added to or deleted Kuempel At this we have to look at every Kuempel did not like Bullocks suggestion to legislators to pass a resolution demanding a bill from the House Appropriations Committee by a certain Resolutionget passed all the telling us to but not where to get the Kuempel I think to demand a deadline is just a ploy for Bullock to get his name in the When the deadline isnt he can I told you The House Appropriations Committee met Thursday to consider budget requests from numerous state and Bill D said the panel hoped to complete a budget But the latest drop in estimat ed revenues could now delay that Kuempel Regardless of when it comes well get our job Well get our business finished and thats not wishful just 1 HOUR FILM DEVELOPING LANDA FOTO 363 Lmmdm Next toWlnns 6255584 Not dead yet Hyatt plan would get Braniff flying again Texas AP The Hyatt In ternational hotel chain has proposed a deal that could put part of Braniff Internationals idle fleet of jets back in the skies under the grounded airlines officials Hyatts proposal to use 31 Braniff jets and former workers will be presented to a Fort Worth bankruptcy court April Braniff chairman Howard Putnam said The Hyatt offer is similar to an un successful operating agreement Braniff and Pacific Southwest Airlines in that an outside investor puts some money into a reorganized Putnam The difference Hyatt says we want majority control of the and they also want creditors to put up Putnam Earlier a group of former Braniff pilots said that they prompted Hyatt to make the offer for partial resumption of flight which in volves an undisclosed amount of cash and The proposal must still be approved by Bankruptcy Court Judge John Flowers and Braniff The proposal contemplates an investment by Hyatt into the reorganized Braniff in return for an interestbearing note and a substantial amount of the voting stock of the reorganized Put nam said in a prepared Waylon a Dallas lawyer for the Braniff declined to disclose the amount of assets involved in the 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 thats an exciting event for the McMullen said during a news conference Thursday He said the pilot headed by two retired also was backed by the Teamsters Union and Air Line Pilots McMullen said they approached Hyatt about three weeks ago about the Putnam was contacted about the same time by Bruce a Dallas associate of Hyatt chairman Jay Our if will meet your ob jective of putting Dallasbased Braniff back in the Ledbetter wrote in a Braniff suspended operations last May and filed for protection from its creditors in federal A Hyatt spokeswoman confirmed that the company had made the proposal to Hyatt was approached by former employees of Braniff to assist in the recommencement of Braniffs flying Karen Rugen Toward this Hyatt has made a proposal to the debtors in possession and to the various creditor If they support this and it receives approval of the we anticipate substantial Dallas support and recommencment of operation as soon as she Putnam congratulated the who first ap proached Hyatt about the on their but criticized them for breaking news of the As far as we were the proposal was addressed to the secured and unsecured credtiors he Putnam also debated whether Braniffs name would still be used in the operation to be controlled by Wild game dinner scheduled tonight The Bulverde Lions Club will sponsor the Seventh Annual STAG Wild Game Ginner at at the Bulverde Air Many may not be able to attend the but the Lions Club is asking people to purchase tickets Tickets are available from Lions Club members or Bulverde Proceeds from tickets are targeted for the and to support community service organizations such as the Volunteer Fire Department and the Emergency Medical Drug overdose kills exworker who sued Centel AUSTIN AP A fired telephone direc tory salesman who had filed a lawsuit against Central Telephone of Texas died of an apparent drug overdose in his motel room officials Results of an autopsy on the body of Conrad Skip who was found in his Holiday Inn room were expected to be released officials Lahser claimed he was fired from a sub Continued from Page 1A announced at an emergency City Council meeting at Mayor Skip Stratemann also praised the recount committee after an nouncing the Each of the people have served on election committees in the he Theyre They know how to read these They each have individual minds of their Boettcher said Friday he had no com plaints concerning the Everything was very well We had a very fine Some ballots had he but even those were he It was very was no Asked if the issue would be pursued he Under an amendment there is nothing we can do regarding another A court injunction to halt fluoridation is the only other but he did not indicate if that would be Sarkozi recalled only one unusual ballot which was One voter wrote on the ballot that he did not understand but was against That was counted as a yes Sarkozi since the law states the voters intent must be Another voter marked both yes and no boxes on all four charter amend ments she That ballot was not Stratemann also said criticism of the ballots wording was undue and un He Its also unfair for anybody to criticize implementation of this particular Since the results did not the group which requested the recount will have to pick up the Costs include paid to committee members per hour for five hours and may include some of Chunns legal Council members voted to check into Chunns expenses after approving an emergency ordinance declaring the results The recount was the latest development in a threeyear battle over A charter amendment on fluoride passed by a scant 15 votes in Charter amendments cannot come up for another vote until two years have so fluoride opponents waited for that to pass and then filed a petition in February requesting a new Actual which had been delayed several began February sidiary firm of Centel last September after he inquired about the propriety of certain company policies to the Federal Com munications Com His March 22 suit against Centel alleges illegal wiretapping and There was a han dgun found in his but he appeared not to have been It ap peared he had taken an overdose of said Travis County Medical Examiner Robert Holiday Inn manager Mike Johnson said a cleaning woman discovered Lahsers body about 3 and Johnson summoned Investigators said Lahser apparently dictated notes on the tapes found in his A video casette and several audio cassette tapes were found in the room along with a handwritten They said there was no reason to suspect his death was anything but a said Broadus Spivey of Lahsers Trials Continued from Page 1A Court Judge Robert if the trial could be moved to New and Pfeuffer sent Clark back two open court dates May 2 and A spokeswoman for the Fort Bend District At torneys Office confirmed that Judge Clark had picked May although Allen said Friday he has not received the final paperwork in the Drinking and Driving Get feu brio Things Like Hospitals and APRIL9THI Come by Texas Country Cycles 114 Mountain Daily For Inhouse Specials 20 FREE Tshirts daily FREE tire gauges daily FREE tire mounting purchase FREE personalized gift pacs daily 10 CLOSED 11 Innertubes 12 Yamaha Oil Vz Off 13 Bubble Shields 14 10 Off on Tuneup Kits 10 Off on Tires MIDNIGHT SPECIAL GIVE AWAY Sunday April Randolph at Recreation Center Participants must be 18 or older Spark Plugs 16 Spark Plugs 994 TEXAS Weve Moved Come See Us CASTELL tuff the post office 6251500 EYE OPENERS By Henry Hull ESOTROPIAS AND EXOTROPIAS What does It Indicate if a child has an eye that appears to wander An or an eye that wanders is one sign that the child may be the professional term for This is often a signal that the two eyes are not working together II the condition is left the child may have difficulty In judging distances while bicycle riding or playing or engaging in other Some eyes tend to wander out only when a child is This may cause eye head or even double and usually interferes with reading and An esotropic eye is one that wanders It is also a sign that the patient is probably or and that the two eyes are not working It is important that children exhibiting exotropias or esotropias be seen by an optometrist for early diagnosis and treatmentif necessaryto avoid visual and emotional Presented as a public service by Henry 147 Fredericksburg New Braunfels National Bank MEMBER VICTORIA BANK invites you to listen to A backward glance at where we in Comal County have been and where we are now N Sunday Mornings at 9 on 1420 APRIL Evelyn Stahl Jesse Hoeller CoSponsored by 1 Braunfels 10OO North Lobby Hours MondayThursday Friday 96 DriveThru Hours MondayFriday Saturday Fullservice uniting lout deposits insured to by the FederalNATlIlNAI RANK Deposit Insurance Pnone IV 1I This beautiful one owner TBird is just what you need to drive in Its loaded Auto 8 cruise and lots more CARS TRUCKS 1980 CHEVY Low Extra 1983 RANGER 4 Really Nice 1982 1981 PONTIAC T1000 A Real 1980 MUSTANG Nice APR April 1May Escort built after 1282 BOCKM APR 136 APR 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