New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 26, 1983, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 26, 1983

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Issue date: Wednesday, October 26, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Stocks | * i ' NEW YORK (AP) -Morning stocka: JohnsJn 45% 44% 44% High SI* Low Last K mart 31% 36% 36% AMR Corp 32% 32% Lifemarks 31% 37% 31% Alcoa 44% 44% 44% Litton bid 62% 62% 62% Am Motors SH 8% 8% vlManviUe MartMar s 12 11% 11% Amor TAT el 60% 60% 39% 39% 39% Armeolnc ii% 17% 17% MercTex 21% 21% 21% AURichfld 44% 44% 44% Mobil 30% 29% 30 Beth Steel 23 Vs 22% 22% Monsanto 109% 106% 100% Boeing 31% 37% 37% Motorola 144% 143% 144 Borden 57% 57% 57% Penney JC 62% 62% 62% Brit Pet 25% 25% 25% Phelps Dod Philips Pet 24% 23% 23% Burlngt bid 35% 35% 35% 35% 34% 35 CaterpTr OI an esc Cen tel Chrysler 41% 76% 31% 30% 41% 76% 36% 30% 41% 70% 36% 30% Polaroid ProctGambs Pubs NwMi RCA 34% 51% 29 33% 34% 56% 2S% 32% 34% 56% 29 32% CocaCola Dow Chem duPont 53% 35% 53% 53% 35% 52% 53% 35% 52% RepBankCp Safeway s SantaFelnd 33% 27% 30% 33% 27% 30% 33% 27% 30% EastnAirL East Kodak ElPaso Co Enter ch s Esmark s 5% 70 23% 22% 64 5% 69 23% 22% 83% 5% 69 23% 22% •4 SearsRoeb ShellOU Singer Co Sony Corp SouPac s 40% 43% 25% 14% 31% 40% 42% 25% 14% 31% 40% 43 25% 14% 36% Exxon Firestone 39% 21% 39 21% 39 21% SwstBksh 36% 26% 26% FtBcpTex FordMot 16% 11% 11% StdOilCal 36% 36% 36% 69% 60% 66% StdOtllnd 51% 50% 50% GTE Corp 45% 45% 45% StdOilOh 53% 53% 53% GnDynam GenlElect s 54% 52% 54 51% 54 52 Sun Comp Texaco Inc 44% 37% 43% 36% 44 16% Gen Food 52% 51% 52 TexComBn 40% 40% 40% Gen Motors 79% 79% 79% Texas Inst 113% 112 112 Gen Tire 36% 36% 36% Texaslntl 6% 6% 6% Goodrich 30% 30 30 Tex Util 21% 26% 26% Goodyear GtAUPac SOA* 30% 30% Time Inc 64% 64 64 11% 11% 11% TW Corp 31% 31% 31% Gulf OU 47% 46% 46% TylerCp 27% 27% 27% Gulf Stout 15% 15% 15% UAL Inc 31% 31 31 Ha rte link s 22% 22 22% Un Carbide 66 65% 66 Honeywell 121% 127% 127% UnPacCp Uniroyal 56% 56% 56% Houstlnd 23% 23 23 16% 16% 16% Hughes!! 20% 20% 20% US Steel 29% 28 26% Interfst 17% 17% 17% Unocal 32% 31% 31% IBM 121% 127% 121 WalMart s 41% 41% 41% Int Paper 51 50% 50% Westgh El 46% 46% 46% Jeff Pilot 36% 36% 30% Xerox Cp 46% 45% 46% Wurstfest officials tired of criticism By PATRICIA YZNAGA KINO Wire Editor The Wurstfest Association is upset that the local Mothers Against Drunk Driving chapter does not seem to be satisfied with its efforts to cid down on drinking-driving hazards at the festival. The association was surprised and upset to hear that MADD was going to watch Wuntfest. “Apparently, they've already made up their mind aa to what things they're going to come down on,” Tom Purdum, Wurstfest secretary-treasurer, saki. The association reported Tuesday morning that it had not been contacted by the state MADD chapter. Purdum said that the association and MADD met in September to propose plans for a safer Wurstfest. Purdum said the two groups agreed on three of four proposals. “At least two of the proposals we were already doing,'' Purdum said. The find proposal was that the association warn tourists in its publicity brochures and advertising against intoxication. The Wurstfest Association pointed out that all advertising emphasized family groups, and did not mention the word beer, or encourage drinking at the festival. “We had already eliminated any discussion of beer," Purdum said. Wurstfest officials said a warning would only cal) attention to beer. MADD representatives asked Wurstfest officials to continue their work in the brochures, and the officials agreed, Purdum said. The second proposal was to put up signs along the highway and in town showing concern for drinking and driving, Purdum said. While Wurstfest officials agreed to consider that proposal, they pointed out that there was not enough time to have billboards and signs up in time for this year s festival, Purdum said. Also, the Texas Department of Highways and Public Transportation told Wurstfest officials that it would not put signs up along the highways. The third proposal was to investigate the possibility of providing buses to transport visitors to the festival grounds from hotels, camping grounds and park-and-ride areas. This year, the Wurstfest Association is providing buses to transport visitors from Austin and San Antonio to the festival. The association is “persuing the idea of getting shuttle buses to hotels,’* Purdum said. The final proposal, which Wurstfest officials told MADD would not be practical, would call for imposing a limit of six cups of beer per person. The association could do this by indicating six holes on an admission ticket. After six holes had been punched, that peson could not buy any more beer. The association said that such a tactic would only challenge persons who were determined to drink in excess, and would also create a bottleneck at the serving lines. Purdum said that while MADD and Wurstfest did not agree on the fourth proposal at the meeting, they were happy with the agreements reached on the first three proposals Purdum said that the association has worked to tone down the festival since 1977, when it realized that the festival was becoming too rowdy. Beer servings have gone from pails to buckets to 16-ounce glasses to this year's 14-ounce cup, Wurfest Association President Carroll Hoffmann said. iSCraft’a Holiday Open House You are cordially invited to a festive holiday OPEN HOUSE Friday, October 28 Saturday, October 29 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Announcing the opening of the holiday season at Denson's. Awaiting you...a shopping wonderland... stocked and trimmed with the largest selection of fine merchandise in our history. Join us for this special event! What a Texas-size specialty store should be! 173 S. 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