New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 12, 1983, Page 12

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 12, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 12, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Stocks NEW YORK (AP) fontina stocks: JohnsJn 454 444 4i , Low Last K mart 324 314 314 High Lifemark 41% 414 414 AMR Corp 264 254 254 Litton Ind 584 58 584 Alcoa 324 324 324 vjManville MartinMar 124 12 124 Am Motors 5*4 54 54 534 524 524 Amer TAT 644 644 644 MercTex 294 294 294 Armcolnc 184 184 184 Mobil 30 294 294 AtlRichfld 444 44 44 Monsanto 91 904 904 Beth Steel 214 21 21 Motorola 106 105 1054 Boeing 424 414 414 Penney JC 624 614 624 Borden 564 544 544 Phelps Dod 284 284 284 Brit Pet 224 224 224 PhillpsPet 354 35 354 Burlngt Ind 334 334 334 Polaroid 314 314 314 CaterpTr 404 394 394 ProctGamb s 61 604 604 Celanese 564 554 554 Pubs NwMx 274 27 274 Centel 384 384 384 RCA 234 234 234 Chrysler 174 174 174 RepBankCp Safeway s 324 324 324 CocaCola 564 554 554 264 264 264 Coleman 304 304 304 SantaFelnd 244 244 244 DowChem 294 294 294 SearsRoeb 36 354 354 duPont 434 424 43 Shelton 41 404 404 EastnAirl. 84 84 84 Singer Co 274 274 274 East Kodak 814 804 804 Sony Corp 144 144 144 El Paso Co 164 164 164 Sou Pac 504 49s « 504 Enserch s 204 20 204 SouUnCo 164 164 164 Esmark s 644 634 634 SwstBksh 194 19 194 Exxon 324 314 32 StdOilCal 39 384 384 Firestone 19 184 19 StdOillnd 454 444 454 FtBcpTex F ordMot 214 204 214 StdOilOh 464 454 46 40 394 394 SunComp Texaco Inc 344 344 344 GTE Corp 424 42 424 334 334 334 GnDvnam Gen Elec 45 44 44 TexComBn 374 374 374 108 107 1074 Texas Inst 1594 1584 1584 Gen Food 414 414 414 Texaslntl 6 54 54 Gen Motors 584 584 584 TexNMexPw 234 234 234 Gen Tire 334 334 334 Tex Util 244 24 244 Goodrich 367 h 364 364 Timelnc 584 564 574 Goodyear 294 29 29 TW Corp 354 354 354 GtAtlPac 114 ll ll TylerCp 234 234 234 Gulf OU 344 34 34 UAL Inc 334 324 33 Gulf StaUt 144 144 144 Un Carbide 604 594 594 HarteHnk 404 40 40 UnOilCal 354 35 35 Honeywell 924 814 914 UnPacCp Untroval 524 524 524 Houstlnd 204 204 204 114 114 114 HughesTl 184 184 184 US Steel 234 23 23 Interfst 184 184 184 WalMart s 594 58 594 IBM 1064 1064 1064 Westgh El 454 454 454 Int Paper 534 534 534 Xerox Cp 414 414 414 ★ Trial Calendar of Events Government New Braunfels ISD Trustees: executive session, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, New Braunfels High School library. Organizations Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary: 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Eagles Hall. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly): 7 p.m. Tuesday, Laurel Plaza Recreation Room. Carl Schurz PT A: Bond election program, 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Carl Schurz cafeteria. Rhythm Squares: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, River Bend clubhouse. Rotary Club: 12 noon Wednesday, Eagles Hall. VFW Auxillary 7110: 7 p.m. Wed nesday, VFW Hall. (If you would like your club or organization listed in the calendar, please contact the Herald-Zeitung at 625-9144 or send a notice to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Tx., 78130. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p.m. the day before publication. Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 p.m. Friday.) TIX EXAS US Cl SA CO. Cam Sm Ow Dkplor of Sim rn* Hot Taka 140 N. CASTELL km at par WOO 825-1500 ★Jail Continued from Page I support the bond issue and maybe we’ll make some of the meetings of various civic organizations in New Braunfels to make presentations,” Clark agreed. ‘‘We may even want to have one here in town (possibly at the Courthouse),” the judge added, noting that a public hearing was held a few weeks ago to discuss the jail site with the architects. By the time the town-hall meetings begin ‘‘the architects should have a schedule and drawings to explain what it’s (jail) going to look like,” Wetz noted. “If nothing else we ought to have one (public meeting) here at the Courhouse,” he added. “The public ought to be able to see what they’re buying.” ★ Cats. Continued from Page I attorney Richard Wood asked Ives if Savage was hysterical at the hospital. “No. sir. He was crying, though.” "You did calm him down before you read him his rights?" “Yes. sir." "Did you tell him he had the right to refuse any test?” “Yes, sir." Outside the presence of the jury. Savage was asked if he remembered talking to Officer Ives. The defendant said no. "Were you told the consent form you were signing was an admission slip?" Wood asked. The defendant said he assumed that’s what the form was, but was not told such. In cross-examination, Schroeder asked Savage, “Are you telling this court you were not in your right mind when you signed the consent form?” "Yes,” Savage replied. “Is it not true that you gave mouth-to-rnouth resuscitation to one of the victims at the accident scene? How could you do that if you weren't in your right mind?" “By reaction, I guess," Savage answered. Continued from Page I held on some weekend in 1984, said Eiserloh. She expects approximately 200 cats to show up, and said they will be kept in cages or on the judging stand at all times. “At no time would they be permitted to run around freely," she assured the council. The group approached    New Braunfels, said Eiserloh, because all large facilities in San Antonio seem to be booked three or four years in advance. Her club hasn't been around that long. Eberhard (who, after all, has two cats of her own) moved to grant the club's request, after a lively discussion on council. “I’ll second the motion, or my kids won’t let me come home," said Donnie Seay, with just a suggestion of a sigh. The vote was unanimous. ★ Park Continued from Page I company. His own firm, i^ikesun Management of Seattle, has been contracted to supervise the project, and Pat Baker Construction Company of Kingsbury-Charlotte is doing the work. Since the facility won’t be located on a river, the company will be purchasing water from the Cryst ii Clear company across IH 35. As construction proceeds, they’ll be running an eight-inch main under the highway, and water will be recirculated through the park, Bondages said. After it opens, the park will provide jobs for an estimated 26 people, most of whom will probably come from New Braunfels and San Marcos. Development began only April 5, but Bondages obviously means business He has two crews working around the clock, shutting down only for maintenance of equipment. "This crew will go off at six o’clock," he said Tuesday afternoon, “then another one will come on and work straight through.” Floodlights light the site when the sun goes down. Bondages said the park would be in competition with another water recreation facility reportedly going up in the Schertz-Universal City area. Hospital releases Siamese twin girls EL PASO, Texas (AP) — Three-week-old Siamese twin girls who were joined from breastbone to navel before doctors surgically separated them have been released from a hosptial here, officials say. Brenda and Miriam Hernandez were born March 20 and separated ll days later at Providence Memorial Hospital. “They went home Saturday," nursing supervisor I.M. Flood said Monday. “They were doing fine.” The twins are the daughters of Haul and Maria Hernandez of Ciudad Juarez. Mexico, across the border from here. We got a tax break...and a bundle to retire on., all because we started an Individual Retirement Account! We figured, why pay Uncle Sam any more than we had to, when we could be paying ourselves up to $4000 a year as a working couple1 ($2000 a year for individuals.) That s tax deductible money that is set aside and earning interest (which is tax deterred until retirement time! Just imagine how fast that adds up!) It made sense tor us... it could make even more sense tor you . because the earlier you start, the more you’ll have when it comes time to retire1 HOME OFFICE NEW BRAUNFELS 625-8001 BRANCH OFFICES SATTLER 964 3131 SAN MARCOS    WIMBERLEY 392-3359    647-2442 ★ Oscars. Continued from Page I "I feel real lucky to have worked with actors like Charles Durning. Dabney Coleman and Ten Carr and to have Sydney Pollack as my director and Dustin Hoffman as my leading lady,” she said. In "Tootsie,” Hoffman played an actor masquerading as a soap opera actress. It was the only win for "Tootsie," which had received IO nominations — second only to the ll nominations for "Gandhi.” "E T.," the top-grossing film of all tune, could muster only four technical awards: best score, special visual effects, sound effects editing and sound “Gandhi'’ rounded out its big coup with an Oscar for John Briley’s original screenplay, as well as for costume design, art direction, cinematography and editing It also was the second straight British film to take the best picture award. “Chariots of Fire” was an unexpected winner last year. Said the self-effacing Kingsley: "This is an Oscar for a vision, for the awards were a tribute to the vision and courage of Attenborough, who could get no American company to finance the biography of the man whose spirit of non-violence helped free India from British rule and helped inspire the 1960s U.S. civil rights movement.” The award for best song of 1982 was given to Jack Nitzsche, Buffy Samte-Marie and Will Jennings for "Up Where We Belong,” from “An Officer and a Gentleman." The nationally televised ceremony began with the award for best foreign language to the Spanish-made ‘Wolver a Empezar < To Begin Again)." The music scoring awards went to two veterans of the pop field; John Williams for his original score for "E T. the Extra-Terrestrial” and Henry Manchu for his song score and adaptation (with I^eslie Bricusse) for "Victor-Victoria.” Williams and Mancim each had won three previous Oscars. The furor created by the Justice Department over three Canadian documentaries reverberated at the ceremony. One of the films branded as propaganda, the anti-nuclear “If You Love This Planet,” was named best documentary short. Said one of its producers, Tern Nash, "For its tremendous efforts in promoting our film, I’d like to thank the U.S. Department of Justice.” Mickey Rooney received a thunderous ovation when he was brought on stage by Bob Hope to receive his honorary award for 50 years of versatility in films. “You honor me with the highest tribute I can receive in the business,” said Rooney after the audience had seen clips of his films ranging from the 1934 “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” to the 1979 "Black Stallion.” Rooney spoke frankly of being the No. I movie star at 19 and when he was 40 — “Nobody wanted me, I couldn’t get a job.”★ Albrecht Continued from Page 5 But does she run for the right reasons? “I don’t like to disappoint everybody,” said Albrecht, “I like to run but I think having those people cheer and having my mom there telling me what place I’m in, makes me try harder....I like to win.” It was that attitude that impressed Reed most “At first, I didn t know if she could be com petitive," she said. "You’ve got to want to be first over the line to ever be good. So, after she had been running with me about three months, I suggested that we run a 10k. We went to a run held at Brackenridge (Park in San Antonio) and doggone if she didn’t stay right up with me the entire run. She didn’t want to let me get ahead of her. I was impressed... It showed me that she could and would be a runner — and someday a national champion." 'FIND THE RECREATIONAL VEHICLE YOU BEEN WANTING IN THE CLASSIFIEDS. NOW You can Nan Down A 30-Year Guarantee On Treated Wood. r All green-colored wood Is not alike. Anyone who sells pressure-treated lumber for out-of-doors building projects can claim "lasting protection” against fungi and termites for their wood Just don’t try to pin them down on how long their lumber will last. Wolmanized" and Outdoor • brands put a 30-year guarantee in writing right there on their label. Then they.staple that guarantee on the end of every single piece of their lumber. 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