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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 5, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Stocks★ Fourth Continued from Page I ‘cannons’ — the ones that shake the whole ground — and the stars’ — the ones that radiate out equally on all sides from a common center.” The parks director added the fireworks display is one of the few things the city does that people come out to applaud. “Face it. You don’t see a crowd gather when a street is being striped, or the garbage is being picked up.” It’s possible that Canyon Lake area parks "broke all records,” Reservoir Manager Philip Parsley said Tuesday. "That’s what my lead foreman said, although an estimated visitation count isn’t available yet.” Last year’s July 4th count was 163,000 people. Canyon Lake Park Ranger Judy Scott said the lake’s northside was "extremely crowded,” and the south side “very crowded.” A strong wind Sunday and Monday may have discouraged skiers, Scott said. "But the picnickers and sailors were out in full force.” Guadalupe River State Park, which opened June 3 near Bergheim, sparkled during its first major holiday weekend. Spokesperson l^eah Huth said she estimated a total of 10,960 picnickers and campers had visited the park over the weekend. "Saturday night, we had to turn campers away,” Huth said. "We didn’t turn any picnickers away, but some had to park and walk about ^ mile to get here Sunday.” With four miles of river, Guadalupe River State Park had its share of swimmers and tubers. And so did River Road... Whitewater Sports Campground and Canoe Livery was "jam-packed,” a spokesperson said. "We were real busy. We had thousands, for sure. Sunday was the heaviest day for us. "Our campgrounds were zero-lot lines,” she added. "People weren’t sleeping on top of each other, but they sure had close neighbors.” Gruene River Raft Co. took 110 persons on guided raft tours of the Guadalupe River Saturday, and 175 on Sunday. "That’s small for us, com pared to past July 4th weekends,” a spokesperson said. Camp Huaco Springs had 32 acres of campgrounds that were full, even though the July 4th crowd wasn’t as large as Memorial Day weekend. Manager Sue Litton said "the general public was a good group, and fireworks were the only problem we had. We have signs that say ’No Fireworks,’ but people don’t understand.” The Camp Huaco area was also "left the cleaniest ifs ever been,” Litton said, "because we issued trash bags at each entrance. We told people we’d pick them up at a certain time, and if they were full, we had more bags. It all worked out real well.” Briefly 'Flintstones' motel winds up in court LOS ANGELES (AP) - "Yabba dabba doo!” A court is about to consider whether a motel with a Stone Age theme room is infringing on a copyright for "The Flintstones.” Attorneys for Hanna-Barbera Productions Inc. say they’ve filed suit in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles against a motel where one room features an early Bedrock decor. The company is trying to protect its claim to Fred Flintstone — Bedrock’s first citizen in the long-running cartoon series — his wife Wilma, baby Pebbles, neighbors Barney and Betty Rubble, and his pet, Dino the Dinosaur. The lawyers said Monday the Madonna Inn, near San Luis Obispo, features a "Flintstone Room,” a Local 4-Hers learn about conservation Carolyn Fey and Colleen Hillert, members of the Cedar 4-H Club, recently attended the Texas Section Society for Range Management Youth Range Workshop in Junction. They were sponsored by the Comal County Farm Bureau and the Comal, Hays, Guadalupe Water and Soil Conservation District. Along with 28 other Texas youths, the two participated in classroom lectures, field trips, applied learning experiences and recreation along the South Llano River. Fey was one of two participants selected to represent the Texas section at the National Youth Range Forum in South Dakota during the annual meeting next Feburary. In addition to serving as a delegate, she must present a research paper on a range management topic. At the workshop, both Fey and Hillert received a blue ribbon and certificate for their notebooks and plant collections. rock-walled cavern that contains likenesses of Fred and Wilma. It also contains Fred's favorite phrase, featured on television since 1964, which the suit contends is spelled wrong. The lawsuit says Fred's phrase properly should end with a word spelled "doo," the lawsuit says. The motel incorrectly spells it "do.” Hanna-Barbera attorneys say the company owns it either way. "They haven’t got a leg to stand on,” responded motel owner Alexander Madonna, noting that his "Flintstone Room" has been in operation for the past IO years. Band poops out after 87 hours AKRON, Ohio < AP) Neither rain nor wind could stop Firestone High School band marathoners from trying to break the world’s record for continuous play, even when their music flapped in the breeze and they had to head for cover. What finally got them, after 874 hours, was plain old exhaustion. The 22 students had been trying to break a Guinness Book of World Records entry of IOO hours, 2 minutes, set in 1977 by a Maryland high school band. The marathon was called off at 5:30 a.m. Monday, said Donna Curfman, wife of Firestone band director Scott Curfman. After each tune, the children took a one-minute break. They were allowed a five-minute break every hour, or they could save up the five-minute breaks for some sleep. Current and former band members began playing at 2 p.m. Thursday. NEW YORK (AP) -Morning stocks: 344 High Low Last K mart 344 344 AMR Corp 374 374 374 I jfemark s 344 334 334 Alcoa 37 364 37 Litton Ind 654 65 654 Am Motors 94 9 9 viManville 15 144 144 Amer TAT 64 63 634 MartinMar rn* 604 604 Armcolnc 174 174 174 MercTex 284 28 28 AtlRichfld 484 48 484 Mobil 314 304 31 Beth Steel 234 224 224 Monsanto 894 884 894 Boeing 444 44 444 Motorola 1324 1314 1324 Borden 594 59 59 Penney JC 604 594 594 Brit Pet 264 264 264 Phelps Dod 284 274 274 Burlngt Iud 384 384 384 PhillpsPet 35 344 344 CaterpTr 464 464 464 Polaroid 294 294 294 Celanese 63 624 624 ProctGamb s 564 554 554 Centel 364 364 364 Pubs NwMx 274 264 274 Chrysler 314 304 31 ROA 284 284 284 CocaCola 494 494 494 RepBankCp Safeway s 38 374 374 Coleman 424 424 424 27 264 264 DowChein 334 334 334 SantaB'elnd 284 284 284 duPont 474 47 474 SearsRoeb 404 404 404 EastnAirL 114 104 104 ShellOil 48 47 47 East Kodak 724 724 724 Singer Co 254 25 254 ElPaso Co 194 184 19 Sony Corp 134 134 im Enserch s 254 254 254 SouPac s 354 344 35 Bismark s 744 74 74 SouUnCo 244 24 24 Exxon 344 334 334 SwstBksh 264 264 264 Firestone 204 194 204 StdOilCal 384 38 384 FtBcpTex B'ordMot 234 234 234 StdOillnd 514 514 514 544 544 544 StdOilOh 504 494 50 GTE Corp 414 404 41 SunComp 444 434 434 GnDynam 55 544 544 Texaco Inc 35 344 344 GenlElect s 544 534 534 TexComBn 424 424 424 Gen B'ood 444 444 444 Texas Inst 1174 1164 1174 Gen Motors 714 71 714 Texaslntl 74 7 74 Gen Tire 334 324 334 TexNMexPw 264 264 264 Goodrich 404 394 394 Tex Util 244 244 244 Goodyear 314 314 314 Timelnc 724 714 714 GtAtlPac 12 114 12 TW Corp 334 324 324 Gulf Oil 364 36 364 TylerCp 284 284 284 Gulf Stain 144 14 144 UAL Inc 39 384 384 HartcHiik 524 52 52 Un Carbide 674 674 674 Honeywell 1134 113 1134 UnPacCp Uniroyal 574 564 57 Houstlnd 21 204 21 144 134 14 HughesTl 214 204 21 US Steel 244 244 244 Interfst 21 am 204 Unocal 344 334 34 IBM 1194 119 1194 WalMart 794 784 784 Int Paper 514 514 514 WalMart wi 394 394 394 Jeff Pilot 354 354 354 Westgh El 484 484 484 JohnsJn 484 474 484 Xerox Cp 47 464 464 9G0OD NEWS Introducing CENTURY Taste that deliversSlapper wins scholarship Carton Anthony Supper of New Braunfels was among those named recipients of 1983 Stiles Farm Foundation Scholarships at the recent Stiles Farm Field day at Thrall The $500 scholarships are awarded if a cerUin grade level is mainUined during college. Supper, and the other recipients plan to enroll at Texas AAM University this fall to study in the field of agriculture. Carton, 1983 valedictorian of Smithson Valley High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Supper. Nightlife On area screens Braun tex Theatres, 290 W San Antonio — Hi} turn of the Jedi, with daily shows at 2, 7 and 9:40 p m. Also Supermen IU (PG), with shows at 2: IO, 7 . IO and 9:30 each day. Cteena IAU, Walnut Square — Octopussy and Twilight Zone, alternating on one screen. Octopussy at 2 and 7:15 p.m. Twilight Zone at 4:30 and 9:40. Also Porky's ll, showing at 1:30,3:30,5:301 discount abow), 7:30 and 9:30 each day. In area clubs Faint Hotel Bar, 240 S. Seguin — Tonight: John Matthews. Oaa’s Sausage Haus, Texas 46 South — Tonight, 7:30to 10:30: The Seven Dutchmen Wotfgaag’t Keller, 295 E. San Antonio — Tonight: Bill Knight at the piano. 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