New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 2, 1985, Page 2

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April 02, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 2, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas NB/SD map This is New Braunfels ISD District 1. It was created in a district-wide realignment last year, and voters living in this district will elect their first representative from it Saturday. The candidate are Larry Brumbelow and Aguinaldo Zamora. All NBISD voters may cast ballots for two of the three at-large candidates—Bob Self, Dr. Don Bedford and Peter Olsen — with the top two vote-getters being elected. But only District 1 voters can vote in the Zamora-Brumbelow race. Deaths Stocks NEW YORK (AP) -Morning stocks: High Low Last AMR Corp 424 424 424 Amer Can 534 534 534 Ameritech 834 824 834 AMI Inc 264 254 264 Am Motors 34 34 34 AmStand 314 314 314 Amer T&T 214 214 214 Armcolnc 84 84 84 AtlRichfld 494 494 494 BancTexas 34 34 34 BelLAtlan 844 834 844 BellSouth s 36 354 354 Beth Steel 184 18 18 Borden 72 714 714 CaterpTr Centel 33 324 324 40 394 40 Chevron 354 35 354 Chrysler 354 354 354 CocaCola 70 694 694 Coleman 284 284 284 ComlMetl 174 174 174 DiamShm 194 194 194 DowChem 284 284 284 Dressrlnd 21 204 21 East Kodak 694 694 694 Enserch 294 284 294 Entexlnc 184 18 184 Exxon 504 504 504 FedlCo 344 344 344 Firestone 184 184 184 FtBcpTex FordMot 154 154 154 434 424 434 GAF Corp 304 304 304 GTE Corp 404 404 404 GnDynam 734 734 734 GenElec 604 594 604 Gen Food 61 604 61 Gen Motors 744 734 74 GnMotr E n 614 61 614 Goodrich 304 294 304 Goodyear 284 274 28 GtAtlPac 174 174 174 Haliburtn 314 304 304 Holiday Inn 524 524 524 Houstlnd 234 234 234 HughesTl 15 144 144 Interest ll 104 104 IBM 1284 1284 1284 Intl Harv 104 104 104 Int Paper JeffPilot s 494 494 494 404 40 40 JohnsJn 414 414 414 K mart 334 334 334 KrogerCo 404 394 394 LTV Corp 114 ll ll Litton Ind 684 684 684 IxmeSta Ind 224 214 22 Lowes 264 264 264 MCorp 214 214 214 MayDSt s 464 464 464 Medtronic 31 304 304 Mobil 294 294 294 Monsanto s 434 434 434 Motorola s 344 334 34 NabiscoBrd 60 594 594 NYNEX 804 804 804 PacifTel 704 704 704 Penney JC 474 474 474 Phelps Dod 204 204 204 PhillpsPet 384 374 38 Polaroid 304 304 304 ProctGamb 544 544 544 Pubs NwMx 264 26 264 RCA 414 414 414 RepBankCp 304 304 304 Sabine 18 18 18 Safeway 324 324 324 SFeSouPac 284 28 284 SearsRoeb 344 344 344 Shelled 594 594 594 Singer Co 344 344 344 Southern Co 204 194 204 Southland 324 324 324 SwstBell 754 754 754 Sperry Cp 534 524 524 StdOillnd 614 614 614 StdOilOh 474 474 474 SunComp 504 504 504 TNP Ent 164 16 16 Tandy 344 344 344 Tenneco 434 424 43 Texaco Inc 354 354 354 TexAmBnch 34 34 34 TexComBn 334 334 334 TexEastn s 344 34 34 Texas Inst 1124 IU 1114 TexasCXlas 174 174 174 Tex Utd 284 284 284 TylerCp Un Carbide 294 384 294 384 294 384 UnPacCp 50 494 494 US Steel 274 274 274 USWest 754 75 754 UniTel 214 214 214 Unocal 494 494 494 WalMart 454 454 454 WestghEl s 304 304 304 Xerox Cp 444 444 444 ZenithE 224 224 224 the previous two sessions. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, which climbed 5.97 on Monday, was up another 2.10 at 1,274.85 after the first hour of trading today. Advancing issues took a 6-to-5 lead over declining issues among those listed on the New York Stock Exchange, whose composite index was up 0.13 at 150.03. Big Board volume was 26.04 million shares, compared with 23.57 million shares at the same point in Monday’s session. The market has moved in a narrow range over the past few weeks amid uncertainty about the outlook for the economy and corporate profits. Recent government reports have provided mixed signals about the state of the economy. For example, the government reported on Monday that new factory orders fell 0.2 percent in February. But at the same time, the figure for January, which had originally showed a 0.9 percent drop, was revised to an increase of 0.2 percent. In addition to the conflicting evidence on economy, a number of companies and the analysts that follow them have lowered their estimates in recent weeks of potential first-quarter earnings. Among the most actively traded issues today on the NYSE, TWA was up **8 at 127s, Continental Corp. was up *-4 at 394 and Times Mirror was down 4 at 484. Hospital Corp. of America, which announced merger plans over the weekend, was up 4 at 444. Crown Zellerbach, which has indicated it may resist a takeover bid from British financier Sir James Goldsmith, was up 4 at 424. At the American Stock Exchange, the market index was up 0.01 at 229.54. Unocal suing T. Boone Pickens LOS ANGELES (AP) - Unocal Corp. says it is suing T. Boone Pickens Jr. and his partners for alleged violations of federal securities laws, seeking to force the Texas investor group to give up its holdings in the large international oil company. In another announcement, Unocal said Monday that it was raising its dividend by 5 cents a share, or 20 percent. Holders of common stock as of the close of business April 12 will receive the new 30-cent-a-share payment on May IO. Unocal said Monday that its lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court, alleged that Pickens, the chairman of Mesa Petroleum Co., and his partners violated federal securities laws in the purchase of Unocal stock. The suit claims that Pickens’ group falsely said as it built up a stake in Unocal that it was purchasing the stock for investment purposes. Last week, in disclosing it had raised its interest in the company from 9.7 percent to 13.6 percent of the shares, the group said for the first time that it was considering a takeover bid. The lawsuit also alleged that Pickens’ group violated a lending agreement and with violating terms of a 1984 court inj untion barring Mesa Petroleum and its partners with violating disclosure provisions of securities laws. Unocal said it asked the court to bar Pickens’ group from voting any of its shares or soliciting the votes of other shareholders. It also asked that the partnership be ordered to dispose of the stock. John P. Clancy John P. Clancy, formerly of New Braunfels, died March 31 in Riverside, Calif. He was born Nov. 5, 1920, in Fort Worth. The son of Foghorn Clancy, a rodeo producer, Clancy rode horseback through the White House in 1923 during William Harding’s administration. He served with the Navy in the Pacific during World Warn. In 1970, Clancy moved to New Braunfels and operated Marion’s Drive-In. He had lived in California for the past six years. Survivors include a brother, Frank Clancy of New Braunfels, and a sister, Katheryn Scott of Fort Worth. Cristino Solomon Funeral services for Cristino Solomon of Rt. 6 Box 437 will be held IO a.m. Wednesday at Iglesia de Jerusalem with the Rev. Daniel Campos officiating. Burial will follow at Comal Cemetery. The remains will lie in state at the church before the services. Mr. Solomon, 86, died Monday, April I at the Oak Crest Inn Convalescent Center. He was born July 24,1898 in Mexico and remained single all his life. He worked as a laborer until retirement. Survivors include two nieces. Edmund Walter Soechting Funeral services for Edmund Walter Soechting of Rt. IO Box 52 will be held IO a.m. Thursday at Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home with the Rev. J. Linwood Kennedy officiating. Burial will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Mr. Soechting, 75, died today, April 2, at McKenna Memorial Hospital. The son of Alfred and Ema (nee Du'Menil) Soechting, he was born July 15, 1909. He married Lillian Gass April 26, 1947 in New Bruanfels and worked as a farmer and rancher until he retired. He belonged to the First Protestant Church (rf Christ. Also he was a member of Prince Carl I^odge No. 127 of Herman Sons in Spring Branch, Mission Valley Bowling Club, Farmers Venen-Anhalt and Texas Cattle Raisers Assn. Survivors include his wife, Lillian Soechting; a daughter, Charlene Long of Spring Branch; two brothers, Alfonz Soechting and Roland Soechting, both of New Braunfels, and one grandchild. Memorials may be sent to the First Protestant Church of Christ or the American Heart Assn. Julia Mae Martin A memorial service for Julia Mae Martin of 226 Parkview will be held IO a.m. Wednesday at Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home with Patricia Sides Anderson officiating. Mrs. Martin, 82, died Sunday, March 31 at Nix Memorial Hospital in San Antonio where she had been staying since March 27. The daughter of Been Jack Ophelia (nee Palmer) Stubbs, she was bom Feb. 2, 1903 in Johnson City. She married George Gordon Martin 1943 in Charleston, S.C., and he preceeded her in death Feb 13,1978. She lived in New Braunfels for 94 years and belonged to the First Church of Christ, Scientist. Survivors include a brother, Roy Stubbs of bander; three neices and two nephews. Memorials may be sent to the First Church of Christ Scientist. ★Arrests_ Continued from Page I been congregating there on weekends for the last two or three years, but Fellers said last Sunday’s crowd was more like 3,000 or 4,000. Recent restrictions on beer in most San Antonio parks have brought even more popularity to Canyon Lake parks, where interim Reservoir Manager Ken Robinson said there are no such restrictions. “That could be a way to help alleviate the problem,” he added. However, state laws do apply in Canyon Lake park areas, and that’s why officers cited between 25-30 minors for alcohol possession. Of the 17 arrests Sunday, eight were for public intoxication. They were Martin Dean Jones, Jack Wesley Rieck, Richard Osborne, Edward McGinn, Duane Keith, Eddie Herzik, all of San Antonio; and Kevin Eugene Howie and Anthony B. Faucet, both of New Braunfels. Mickey Resendez, Jon Howard Shaw Jr., Shelly Ann Stelzer, Robert Pecina, Sterling Schunek and David Fukuyama Barrera, all of San Antonio, were each arrested for possession of marijuana under two ounces. Michael Jerome Munos and David J. Elmer, both of San Antonio, were arrested on outstanding Department of Public Safety speeding warrants, and Reagan Jones, also of San An tonio, was charged with disorderly conduct. All bonds were set at $100, except bonds for marijuana possession which were $500. Walt Sumner, chief jailer, said the Sheriff’s Office was “knee-deep” with people Sunday afternoon. “They were stacked everywhere, the ones who were cited and the ones who came to bond them out,” Sumner added. Fellers said Sunday’s crackdown, carried out by officers from the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, Texas Department of Public Safety, Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife, and the Sheriff’s Department, won’t be the last. “We’ve got seven parks out there, and I’m sure we will do it again,” Fellers said. “They get out in the country, and forget how to behave themselves, or maybe they don’t think they need to. “We don’t mind them enjoying themselves, but if they don’t abide by the law, that’s when we have to step in and take care of the situation,” he added. The sheriff said he had several congratulating telephone calls on ' Operation Nice" from Canyon Lake residents Monday. “They called to say thank you’ for trying to help them out a little bit, and to keep it up,” he added. -DEBBIE DeLOACH Continued from Page I that officers seized $15,000 worth of assorted glassware and other equipment to make the drug, assorted weapons, a car, and enough chemicals to make about 40 pounds of methamphetamine, which would have a street value of more than $3 million Ellington explained that the people manufacturing a drug don’t see the profit from the street sales. “Forty pounds of 90 percent f pure I stuff, you could cut three times. Triple that and triple the amount of money. “The figures get astronomical after a while.’ ★ CISD ★Drugs. Continued from Page I Chesney said. “But there’s a lot of square feet under one roof, and the re-wiring and air-conditioning work should really be done in one whack.” At Monday night’s workshop, patron Tony Chase also asked the board to consider a “super high school” in a centralized location to replace Canyon and Smithson Valley. Those campuses could then be used as middle school facilitites. Chase suggested a location on Highway 46 where the proposed extension of FM 3009 will connect 46 and FM 1863. He said, “This way, we can unify the district and not get a three- to five-year cure off a $17 million bond issue.” "I discussed that once,” Goodson said. “I learned my lesson and it wasn’t good." But the board does plan to look at the concept of a joint athletic facility for both Canyon and Smithson Valley high schools. McChesney said he would have figures on that for the next workshop, set for 7:30 p m Monday at Frazier Elementary after the board canvasses Saturday’s election results._ CISD 'snow day' Friday Good Friday will not be a school holiday for Comal ISD students. Instead, Friday will be used as one of three days that may be needed to make up for time lost due to bad weather last January. Students will also attend classes on May 31 this year, and teachers who were to have in-service that day will work on Saturday, June I. The district is waiting on permission from the Texas Education Agency to waive the third make-up day. But if a waiver is not granted, students can expect to attend classes on a Saturday before the end of school. "Sh >p at the Shire mitt the t ogle on the Ihrnr'" ZZXXX du&ut) tad unn Mu Cm Drptnd On I NSURANCE I \ Mf S M. > COOK ACE NT 625-7775 389 S SEGUIN / Feature J on your AD-A-MIMO-ftOARD Stock market creeps higher NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market edged higher in early trading today, extending the modest gains of Hvrald-Zeitung (USPS 377 8801 lf you have not received youi paper by 5 30 p m Tuesday through1 Friday or by 7 30 a rn Sunday, cal 62&D144 or 658 1900 by 7 p m anc 11 a.m., respectively Published Sunday morning anc Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday anc Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co , 186 S Castel Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 18€ S. Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131. Dave Kramer ... General Managei Claude Scruggs .......Publishei Shirlene Thornton . Office Managei Robert Johnson..........Editoi Charles Borman , . Advertising Mgr Cheryl McCampbell .. . Class Mgr Don Avery , . . 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