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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 5, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Naw Braunfob July Fourth CMtlmed from Page 1 the ones that shake the wholt ground and the stars the DIMS that radiate out equally on all from a common The parks director added the fireworks display is one of the few thing the city does that people come out to Face You dont see a crowd gather when a street is being or the garbage is being picked Its possible that Canyon Lake area parks broke all Reservoir Manager Philip Parsley said Thats what my lead foreman although an estimated visitation count isnt available Last years July 4th count was Canyon Lake Park Ranger Judy Scott said the lakes northside was extremely and the south side very A strong wind Sunday and Monday may have discouraged Scott But the picnickers and sailors were out in full Guadalupe River State which opened June 3 near sparkled during its first major holiday Spokesperson Huth said she estimated a total of picnickers and campers had visited the park over the Saturday we had to turn campers Huth We didnt turn any picnickers some had to park and walk about Mz mile to get here With four miles of Guadalupe River State Park had its share of swimmers and And so did River Whitewater Sports Campground and Canoe Livery was a spokesperson We were real We had for Sunday was the heaviest day for Our campgrounds were zerolot she People werent sleeping on top of each but they sure had close Gruene River Raft took 110 persons on guided raft tours of the Guadalupe River and 175 on Thats small for com pared to past July 4th a spokesperson Camp Huaco Springs had 32 acres of campgrounds that were even though the July 4th crowd wasnt as large as Memorial Day Manager Sue Litton said the general public was a good and fireworks were the only problem we We have signs that say No but people dont un The Camp Huaco area was also left the cleaniest its ever Litton because we issued trash bags at each We told people wed pick them up at a certain and if they were we had more It all worked out real Briefly THntstones 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 Attorneys for HannaBarbera Productions say theyve filed suit in District Court in Los Angeles against a motel where one room features an early Bedrock The company is trying to protect its claim to Fred Flintstone Bedrocks first citizen in the long running cartoon series his wife baby neighbors Barney and Betty and his Dino the The lawyers said Monday the Madonna near San Luis features a Flintstone a Local 4Hers learn about conservation Carolyn Fey and Colleen members of the Cedar 4H recently attended the Texas Section Society for Range Management Youth Range Workshop in They were sponsored by the Comal County Farm Bureau and the Guadalupe Water and Soil Conservation Along with 28 other Texas the two par ticipated in classroom field applied learning experiences and recreation along the South Llano 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 In addition to serving as a she must present a research paper on a range management At the both Fey and Hillert received a blue ribbon and certificate for their notebooks and plant Stapper wins scholarship Carlon Anthony Stapper of New Braunfels was among those named recipients of 1983 Stiles Farm Foundation Scholarships at the recent Stiles Farm Field day at The scholarships are awarded if a certain grade level is maintained during and the other recipients plan to enroll at Texas University this fall to study in the field of 1983 valedicatorian of Smithsdn Valley High is the son of and Ralph Nightlife On area screens Brauntex 290 San Antonio Return of the with daily shows at 7 and Also Superman III with shows at and each Cinema Walnut Square Octopussy and Twilight alternating on one Octopussy at 2 and Twilight Zone at and showing at discount each In area clubs Faut Hotel 240 Seguin Tonight John OBMI Sausage Texas 46 South to The Seven 295 San Antonio Tonight Bill Knight at the YOUR PAYABLE MONTHLY MONEY OR COMPOUNDED EARNS w FOR HIGHER YIELD SECURED BY RECORDED LIEN DEED OF TRUSTS ON TEXAS NO FUNDS RETURNED ON ACQUEST YOU CHOOSE TIME ON FUOGfOroMIITIUTf 1717 235 14MM2MM CaJI ir vrito Mr fcrachwi TO TEXAS MUMNTI ONLY rockwalled cavern that contains likenesses of Fred and It also contains Freds favorite featured on television since which the suit contends is spelled The lawsuit says Freds phrase properly should end with a word spelled the lawsuit The motel incorrectly spells it HannaBarbera attorneys say the company owns it either They havent got a leg to stand responded motel owner Alexander noting that his Flintstone Room has been in operation for the past 10 Band poops out after 87 hours Ohio AP Neither rain nor wind could stop Firestone High School band marathoners from trying to break the worlds record for continuous even when their music flapped in the breeze and they had to head for What finally got after 87M was plain old The 22 students had been trying to break a Guinness Book of World Records entry of 100 2 set in 1977 by a Maryland high school The marathon was called off at said Donna wife of Firestone band director Scott After each the children took a oneminute They were allowed a fiveminute break every or they could save up the fiveminute breaks for some Current and former band members began playing at 2 Stocks NEW Morning AMH Am Motors Amer 80 Beth Boeing Mi Penney 59 Brit Mi Burlngt Ind CatcrpTr 46 46 48 H Polaroid ProctGamb 29 29 29 55 Chrysler 37 ElPaso Knserch Ksmark 3 GTE 43 GenlElect Gen Gen Gen Gulf Gulf 2 Int Jeff HEWS ntroducing CENTURY Taste that delivers IN THE MONEY SAVING 25 pack Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your LIGHTS 10 mg FILTER 16 11 per cigarette by FTl method
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