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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 25, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Stocks Three jetliner mishaps flights stop AMR Corp Airier Can Ameritech wi Am Motors Airier TAT Airier TAT wi Armcolnc AtlRichfld BancTexas BellAtlan wi BellSouth wi Beth Steel Borden CaterpTr Centel Chrysler CocaCola DiamShm DowChem Dressrlnd East Kodak ElPaso Co EDS s Enserch s Entex Exxon Firestone FtBcpTex FordMot FordMot wi GAF Corp GTE Corp — Morning stocks: GnDynam Genuflect s 614 604 604 Polaroid 354 354 354 964 564 564 ProctGambs 574 574 574 High 36*4 Low Last Gen Food az 514 514 BCA 364 354 38 364 364 Gen Motors 764 754 754 Republic SU 274 27 Va 274 484 484 484 Goodyear 334 334 334 RepBankCp 324 324 324 664 664 664 GtAtlPac 114 114 114 Sabine n 184 184 184 7*4 74 74 Gulf OU 434 434 434 Safeway a 27 264 27 657 s 644 654 HaUburtn 384 384 384 SantaFelnd 344 334 34 204 20 204 HarteHnks 234 234 234 SearsRoeb 41 404 404 184 18 184 Holiday Inn 504 504 504 Shelton 434 43 43 434 434 434 Houstlnd 214 214 214 Southern Co 174 174 174 54 54 54 HughesTl 214 21 214 Southlands 424 42 42 694 69V« 694 Interfst IS 174 174 SwstBksh 284 28 284 884 884 884 IBM 1214 1204 1214 SwstBeUwi SIVA 604 61 254 254 254 Intl Harv 134 134 13Va Sperry Cp StdOifCaf 434 434 434 534 534 534 Int Paper Jeff Pilot 574 564 584 354 35 35 444 44 444 394 39 394 StdOUInd 494 49 494 374 374 374 JohnsJn 424 42 424 StdOUOh 464 464 464 264 26 264 K mart 38 374 38 SunComp 444 44 444 544 54 V« 544 KrogerCo LTV Corp Lifemarks 394 354 35Va Tenneco 39 384 384 224 22 Va 224 164 164 164 Texaco Inc 354 354 354 324 324 324 384 374 38 TexCocnBn 404 404 404 184 184 184 Litton Ind 66 Va 654 66 TexEastn 574 574 574 734 724 73 LoneSta Ind 274 274 27 Va TexOGas 44 434 44 234 234 234 May DStr 944 544 544 Tex Util 27 264 27 394 394 394 Merck Co 984 974 974 Un Carbide 674 674 674 224 22 224 Mobil 29 284 29 UnPacCp 504 494 50 194 194 194 Monsanto 1044 104 1044 US Steel 29 284 284 38 374 374 Motorola 1384 1374 1374 USWest wi 584 584 584 234 234 234 NabiscoBrd 424 424 424 UniTel 234 234 234 18 18 18 NYNEXwi 624 624 624 Unocal 294 284 29 644 634 634 PacifTel wi 544 544 544 WalMarts 434 424 424 434 434 434 Penney JC 604 604 604 Westgh El 53 524 524 154 154 154 Phelps Dod 254 25 25 Xerox Cp 484 484 484 47 464 464 PhiUpsPet 334 33 Va 334 Zenith R 334 334 334 Braniff paints planes By ASSOCIATED PRESS A seagull sucked into a jet engine forced an Air Florida flight’s quick return to a Chicago airport, while two United Airlines jetliners aborted takeoffs in California when an engine blew apart on one and smoke filled the cabin of the other. Passengers were shocked but safe in the three unrelated incidents Thursday, all of which occurred on Boeing 737 jetliners, according    to authorities. The pilot of Air Florida’s Flight 3 to Florida turned around shortly after takeoff from Chicago’s Midway Airport and landed with DALLAS (AP) — Braniff International Corp. is keeping the details of its new aircraft design under wraps — literally. The first airplane to be repainted in preparation for the grounded airline’s resumption of service is in a Dallas Love Field hanger wrapped in white paper and masking tape, Braniff spokeswoman Barbara Potter said. But the airline has said it will scrap its multi-color fleet concept and repaint its aircraft red, white and blue when it begins operating heavily traveled routes March I. The airline will be back in the air with 70 to 80 flights daily from Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Horoscope BY STELLA WILDER FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 25 Born today, you are a compassionate individual whose loyalty is never doubted and whose willingness to serve is a household word, at least in your own community. You go beyond all sense of duty in your concern for your fellows and enter, instead, into the realm of love. All creatures can count on your goodness and kindness to them; no one of them need fear that you will turn away without at least offering your help and sympathy. At the same time that you are unselfish, however, you are practical, realistic. There is much of the artist about you, but not in terms of temperament, for you are even of mood and calm of spirit. You never risk what you cannot afford to lose in terms of money, but you will risk everything to make spiritual profits. Also born on this date are: Pope John XXIII; Ricardo Montalba^ actor; Joe DiMaggio, baseball star. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. Let your birthday star be your daily guide. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28 SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — Emphasize corporate enterprise. Don’t insist upon your own methods; be willing to compromise. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Romance is in the star, but don’t gaze upward so long that you fail to see the ground under your feet. AQUARIUS (Jan. 28-Feb. 18) — Satisfy your longing for nature; take time to appreciate beauty nearby. Allow yourself to dream. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 29) — To be pulled in two directions at once is to make headway in neither. Make your own decisions now. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — An unexpected difficulty may cause you to fall behind schedule. Rather than worry, act to set matters straight. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - Take the familiar route if possible. To choose the unknown may cause your goal to be even farther off. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — Move ahead with caution. Otherwise, you may fall in the trap you’ve previously avoided. Gains in p.m. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — A proposal long expected but little desired may be put to you today. Take your time before answering. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — You may have changed your mind about the answer to questions put to you last week. If so, let questioners know. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Make an effort to be the liaison between two who once were friends and, with your help, could be again. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Whatever resolutions you make now, you will be stuck with for a long time. Consider before you commit yourself. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) — Ascertain another’s marital status before you go any further in the establishment of a relationship. ★ Drowning Continued from Page LA Braunfels officiating. Burial will follow in Comal Cemetery. Besides his parents, he is survived by grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Madison of Kermit; two sisters, Carolyn Sue and Sandra Gail Patton, both of New Braunfels; and two brothers, Robert Michael of Dallas and Steven Bradley Patton of New Braunfels. Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Patton preceded him in death. Memorials may be given to the First Baptist Church in New Braunfels, in lieu of flowers. Determined bridegroom weds in hospital OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Neither sleet nor snow nor icy roads, nor even cracked ribs could keep Orlando Figueredo from attending his own wedding. Police    said Figueredo, 22, was on his way to the ceremony when the car he was driving hit a patch of ice near downtown Omaha. Officer Ed Hale said the car slid past a red light and into the intersection, where it collided with two other j ust one engine operating after the seagull shut down the other, Loretta Bridgework, a spokeswoman for the Federal Aviation Administration, said. An air traffic controller said smoke billowed from the dying engine after the plane landed with 124 passengers aboard. The passengers were bused to O’Hara International Airport where they caught an Eastern Airlines flight to Miami, said the controller, who asked not be identified. At the Fresno, Calif., Air Terminal, about 25 passengers on United Airlines’ Flight 1140 to San Francisco slid down escape chutes when smoke entered the cabin from overhead air nozzles. The smoke, which passengers said they were told came from an air conditioning system problem, delayed the flight for about four hours. Two people complained of unspecified minor pains after the incident, an airport fireman said. An engine on a United Airlines jet blew apart and scattered debris on a runway in Redding, Calif., as the plane was accelerating for takeoff, but the pilot was able to taxi back to the terminal, officials said. No injuries were reported among the 69 passengers and five crew members on Flight 1163 to San Francisco, said United statio manager Larry Fleshman. Fleshman said a spinning compressor part at the front end of the gas turbine engine failed and flew apart. Capt. Victor Hansen said the plane was moving about 115 mph when he aborted the takeoff. “It’s just <me of those things that happens once in a while. ... Everything worked like it was supposed to and there were no problems,” Hansen said. “It was no big deal.” New f 20x30 poster ( prints si by Kodak! Made from 35 mm xodacoior ONLY *15” film negatives or transparencies EACH LANDA FOTO Lands Plaza 625-5584 ifwil ta Win* »■ Airport and a tentative schedule that covers 20 cities. Braniff ceased operations in May 1982 shortly before filing for protection from its creditors in federal bankruptcy court. The airline was revived by a $70 million injection from Hyatt Corp. of Chicago in a deal scheduled to be signed in mid-December. The airline plans to hire up to 2,000 former employees. About 350 pilots and 440 flight attendants already have been hired. Ms. Potter said the new design will be unveiled Tuesday. “We’re doing the best we can to make the unveiling next week a surprise,” she said. The airline’s 30 Boeing 727 jetliners will be painted with white bellies, blue tops and red “Braniff” logos, the Dallas Morning News and the Dallas Times Herald reported Thursday. In Texas, the Times Herald said, Braniff will fly from Dallas-Fort Worth to Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Midland-Odessa. Other cities to be served include Tulsa, Okla.; Oklahoma Qty, Kansas City, Mo.; Miami, Tampa, Fla.; Orlando, Fla.; Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas, Nev.; New Orleans, New York, St. Louis and Washington, the newspaper said. “They are obviously trying to get into cities with the highest passenger traffic in the early stages, to help their cash flow initially,” said analyst Dan Wewer of Reuse her Pierce Refsnes in Dallas. “I think these are pretty much the routes people were expecting them to come out with.” vehicles. Figueredo suffered four cracked ribs and a cut on his back, Hale said. [ad Tidings To Yon And Yours. Savings Account First Federal Savings & Loan Association of New Braunfels 44 Give a gift that continues to grow, 99 First Federal Savings & I Asn A ccnriitinn Loan Association of New Braunfels HOME OFFICE NEW BRAUNFELS OMNI BRANCH OFFICES SATTLER SAN MANCOS WIMBERLEY ME* SAU    JA2-MSA    AE 7-2441 LVN class deadline Dec. 1 The deadline for applications to the next licensed vocational nursing class is Dec. I. Class will begin in February. For more information, call 625-9612 or stop by 430 W. Mill St. Calendar of Events Organizations New Braunfels Golf Association 6 p.m. Monday, I .anda Park Golf Clubhouse, election of officers Optimist Club: 6:30 p m. Monday New Braunfels Smokehouse. New Braunfels Duplicate Bridge Club: 7 p.m. Monday, Senior Citizens Center. Csmmuaity Bald:    7:30 p.m. Monday, Canyon Middle School band room New Braunfels Aerie 2919, FOE: 8 p.m. Monday, Eagles Hall, initiation; supper begins at 7 p.m. (If you would like your club or organization listed in the calendar, please contact the Herald-Zeitung at 623-9144 or send a notice to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Tx., 78130. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday (Millions is 5 p.m. the day before publication. Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 p.m. Friday.) APPLE COMPUTER SYSTEM SALE //e Starter System $1895 and get Computer Desk and Hutch FREE Price includes set up and orientation Apple //e Business System $2999 and get Numeric Keypad anc BPI General Accounting FREE Price includes set up and orientation. 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