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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Stocks Herald /eitung New Braunfels Texas FHA fundraisers friday June 5 1987 Page 3 NKW YORK (Apl Morning storks High IXIW Last AMK Corp 5714 56* i 561, Ameritech s 84% JMG 84% AMI Inc 18' . ISG 18', 4', Am Motors 4 % 4' 1 AmStand 43' * 42 42 a mer TAT 28'm 25 257h Amoco 86 85-4 857h Armcolnc IIN IIN U'h AtlRichfld 89', 89'« 89:ik BakerHughn 22% 217h ‘22 BancTexas 9 16 9 16 9-16 BcllAtlan 67', 67'4 67'4 BellSouth s 19% 39 39 Beth Steel 14% 14 ’n 14 '4 Borden 59 it 59 Caterpllr 52', 52'4 52'4 Centel 61 % 60 5 4 60“ h Chevron 58% 58* 4 58' -i Chrysler s 37 36 36 ‘4 Coastal s 34' . 14 34 % CocaCola s 42’4 I ' 42' • Coleman 35 is 35 Colg Palm 45 44 , 441, ComlMetls 18', 18 18 DeltaAirl 55', 54 , 55 DigitalEq 161% 158'4 161 DowChem 84 % IS 83', Dressrlnd •29‘4 29', ■29", duPont 11574 I 14 4 114 ’n Est Kodak T9''4 78', 78", Knserch 24 23% 23", Kntexlnc 15'4 15 15'4 Exxon HH' . 87 ’4 87 '4 Fedora ICO s 42'4 4111 4 I 7 H Firestone 39'* WG, 18", FtBcpTex 3>4 274 3 Flowerlnd 25-‘4 25'4 25N Ford Mot r 94' , 93:,4 93", GAF Cp 50 49% 49 ‘ 4 GTE Corp s 38' 4 37 b 3774 Gnfiynatn 657h 65'1 65" 4 GenElct s 53' • 52'4 52", GenMills s >4' 4 53'4 53" 4 lien Motors 86% 86 86', GnMotr E 41 N 41 41", Goodrich 48*4 4774 48'4 Goodyear 67', 66', 6674 GtAUPac 341 , 34', 34', Gulf St aft 7-*4 7'v 7 'n Maliburtn 35:,v 35'4 15'4 HolidayCp n 24'4 23', 23N Houst bid 32% 32', 32% Interfst 5". 5-4 5" 4 UnPacCp 73% 72% 73 IRM 161', 160 160', US West 50% 50 50 IntlPaper s 47% 46-« 47% UniTel 28 27", 27% JohnsJn 89 38% 38' , Unocal 38% ’« K mart 61 60", 61% WalMart 63% 61 61', K mart wi 41 40% 41 WestghFI 62', 61', 61% Kroger s 33", 33' . 33% Xerox Cp 77% 76% 76% vjLTV Cp 5', 5*4 5% Zeniths 29", 29% 29', l.itton Ind 90' , 39", 39'% > IxweSta Ind I .owes 35% 27", 35'4 27% 35% 27% Market mixed Lubys s $0% 30-4 to , MCorp Maxus n MayDSt s IO 12' 4 46"* 974 12 457« IO 12 46 NEW YORK (AP) The stock market was mixed today levelling Medtronic 96 N 95" 1 95", off after the rally of the past two ses Mohil 49 48-4 48% sions Monsanto Motorola 82 52r,4 HI 52 81% 52 The Dow Jones average of JO in Navistar 8‘, 8>4 8% dustrials. up nearly 59 points Nynex 67", 67% 67% Wednesday and Thursday slipped PacTel s 25", 25"4 25% back 2 13 to 2.334 95 in the first half PenneyJC s Phelps Dod 52', 35 51', 35 52% 35 hour of trading PhilipPet 157m 15% 15% Gainers held a narrow led over Polaroid 77% 77', 77% losers in the early tally of New York Polaroid wi 39'4 19' , 19' , Stock Exchange listed issues, with Primerica s ProctGamb 41 '4 93'4 40% 92', 32", 41% 92% .317 up 486 down and 481 unchanged Pubs NwMx 33 33 Volume on the Big Board came lo RepBankCp 23-'4 23' 4 23% 21 66 million shares as of IO a rn on Sabine 16', 16', 16', Wall Street SFeSouPac SearsRoeb 47 51 >4 46'4 50% 46'4 50'* 4 The Labor Department reported SherwinWm 33', 33', 33', this morning that the civilian Singer Co 45 44% 447 4 unemployment rate held steady at 6 t Southern Co 23', 22% 23 percent last month, and that nonfarm Southland SwstBell s 58 ", 37', 56 , 37' M 57 37', payroll employment increased by StdOil 74 >4 74% 74% 123,000 SunComp 66' . 66 66 Echlin Manufacturing dropped . TNP Fnt Tandy Tempi Inld s Tenneco 20 19' , 597h 47% 20 18% 20 19', 59", 46" 4 to 15% On Thursday the company estimated lower earnings for the 46% fiscal quarter that ended Sunday vjTexaco (8", 37% :1774 The NYSE's composite index of all TexAmBnch 137h 13% 13" 4 its listed common stocks slipped 08 TexEastn Texaslnd 357 h 30', 35', 30'4 166', 35-4 30% 166 "4 to 166 08 At the American Stock Ex Texas Inst 167' change the market value index was Tex Inst wi 57 56 56 up 58 at 329 73 Tex Util 31 '4 31% 31% On Thursday the Dow’ Jones in Textron s Tyler 29' i 12% 31 "4 29" 4 12% 29', 12% dustrial average rose 16,39 to 2.337 08 CSX Corp 31 '4 ll % on top of Wednesday's 42 47 point CnCarbde 29" 4 29% 29" 4 jump New Braunfels High School Future Homemakers of America raised money this year for two community shelters by hosting the Mr. Legs Contest and participating in various other events With FHA representative Shelley Lasstg. center arc* Vicki Walker of the OTO Comal County Emergency Children s Shelter 'eft and Debbie Clark of the Coma County Family Violence Shelter inc. FHA sponsors are Karen Rayburn and Joanme Garza (Photo by Leslie Kriewaldt). Provided bv Knibbe Financial 1 roup « nrvsler 16' 35', 16' Lubv 31% 30% 30 Inc 7: >3 Loop 337 Suite II Quote4-a •e as of Deere 29' 28% 29 - Mobil 49% 49 49 closing yesterday Fntex 15% 15 15' 4 Pillsburv 40% <9% 40 Exxon 88'. 87% 88- SW Bell 37* >. 37% <7 h ord *4 . 93', 94: . 38 High Close GM 86 % 85 86 Tandv 39 18% ATA I’ 26' , 2 * 26' 4 Halliburton lh 35% 15 . Texaco .IT7» 17 37 BakerHughes int 22 Kemper 32% 31 , 32% Wal-Mart 62" 4 HO' 62 Coleman 1 • > 15% KM art ♦ill7 4 60 60% U P Pepperell 69% 69', 69 Dear Abby DHAR ARRY: Our minister and his assistant minister make it a practice to visit their parishioners at different times during the year. They are both very pleasant company. However, they never call ahead of time to say they are coming. Once the minister arrived just as we were leaving to attend a prior commitment. I explained politely that we were just leaving He said, “This will only take a minute.” After 30 minutes, I man tged to ease him out the door, hut I felt guilty. (We were 30 minutes late for our destination.) A while ago, the assistant minis ter rang our bell. It was a rainy day, the children had been playing inside and the house was a mess I had not been feeling well and had been stretched out on the couch. resting (Luckily I was dressed ) Not CrosswordMinisters Get the Gospel On Visiting Their Flock wanting to be rude, I shoved the toys aside and asked him to be seated He stayed for an hour and a half — just making small talk. I was taught that you don’t just drop in on people; you call ahead to ask if it will he convenient Are men of the cloth exempt from this courtesy0 Or are they afraid if they call ahead, their parishioners will make up some excuse for them not to visit? NO NAME OR TOWN PLEASE DEAR NO NAME: Not all men of the cloth drop in as yours do. And after this hits print, yours may not. Ministers are people. And some people are more mannerly and considerate than others. Amen. ACROSS I Peasants 6 Opera singer 10 Eat 14 Fish 15 Golden calf 16 Picture 17 Modify '8 Fastener 19 Spanish painter PO Put back in 22 Swear 23 Burnett heroine 24 Edmund —: English poet ?6 Pronoun 29 Spouse 31 Three pref 32 Musicians 34 Garb 38 Having wings 39 Fiat fish 4 1 ‘—go bragh 42 TV redo 45 Great music 48 Caen chum 49 Conveyor 50 Observe 51 Skedaddle 55 Church group 57 Room members 58 Attracts 63 Can prov 64 Graf - 65 China a Chou 66 Scheme 67 "— ye1’ 68 Birds 69 Chalcedony 70 Does wrong 71 Vogue DOWN 1 Asterisk 2 A Gardner 3 Set system 4 Gas and oil 5 Watercourses 6 Prescribed 7 Unemployed 8 Gaps 9 High peak 10 Separates 11 Cake coaters 12 Scandinavian 13 Go inward 21 Study hard 22 Sure thing 25 Neighborhood org 26 Steel girder 27 Narrative 28 Easy job 30 Put into law 33 ideal place 35 Flower 36 Grain 37 Noun suffix PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED POR tHa d i rms cVv ‘e|p B. I It’r'eA SU S P \ TlSC'fl NiiXbgEiXT NC E*A S ELECT S|h ARP aVeMt h oVeBd T O la o e rMc rI [r’eWun AMUSE R|S O P H C O nVt‘a N rsi|l R f-— f-    4    ♦ c oo.eIm.i.l.eIn f TRO dMp . O D|G I 40 Fumes 43 Elec units 44 Tether 46 Busy as — 47 Confidences 51 Exchanges 52 Water arum 53 Church area 54 Closer to maturity 56 Oogma 59 Not atar 60 Put to death 61 High 62 Six on a die vat 64 Woman 14 IT 20 123 26 27 28 32 33 38 42 57 63 66 69 DEAR ARRY I am a 25-year old female flight attendant who, while on vacation in Ixia Angeles, went to dinner with some friends After being seated at the restaurant the cocktail waitress came by and asked if we wanted something from the bar My friends ordered cock tails and I ordered my usual non alcoholic “virgin” strawberry dai quiri The waitress gave me a strange look, then asked. “What0 Are you pregnant? Or are you a Mormon - or a recovering alcoholic?” I was so stunned, I just answered, “No, I'm just a health nut who chooses not to pollute my body with alcohol.” Abby, where does this woman get off questioning me because I didn t order liquor0 By the time I left the restaurant, I was furious' These days when drunk driving deaths are increasing, cocktail waitresses should not he pushing liquor on those of us who don’t drink How would you have handled it? SHARI DEAR SHARI: I would have reported the insolent waitress to the manager. DEAR ARRY: I have a fine husband except for one problem that is affecting our marriage, He tells everyone everything lie knows I could tolerate this if what he disclosed concerned only himself, but I very much resent his telling strangers intimate details of our sex lives I used to he nattered when I’d overhear my name being mentioned to outsiders Now I cringe because I know he ll leave nothing out' I have asked him nicely begged him all to no avail I’m embarrassed to show’ my face in front of the neighbors What is wrong with him and how can I get through to him? He really can’t see anything improper about what he says CRIMSON IN (LEY KIAN Ii DEAR CRIMSON:    Your ' Fine” husband lacks judgment, common sense and respect for your privaey. lf you must spell out the subjects that are taboo, then do so, and he specific! Stress that your personal lives are personal and nobody’s business, and he should talk about the weather, sports, current events, or anything except you and him, and w hat you do. LEAR ABRY I am 20 and my my lr tend is 21. We've been going ogether for six months Recently he gave nit* a beautiful necklace that st around SKH) I felt important md oved But there is me problem I bund out from his sister that this necklace was meant for another girl ie had been going out with and hey -split up before he had it paid • ft sn he gave it to me I asked hun ibout this and he admitted it was true and Oso that he wasn’t going to tell me Now that necklace means nothing to me md I am hurt Abby. do . u think it was right for him to hum cop Producers of It* Htdtnq Place ion! and llie Prodigal Cl RY A J HMM THE mOUHTAIN In a split second, their lives will change forever .* N Mf" June 7    6:30 pm FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH 733 Cross SI New Biauriteis. Texas 78130 <X.i OPENING Monday June 8. 1987 Learn the modern way to workout! Use 7 motorized tables that FIRM, TONE and REDUCE INCHES rn thighs, hips, buttocks, stomach N upper arms. Vo Muscle Strain * No Pain * No Sweating Call Today for your FREE Complimentary Demonstration NO CONTRACTS • NO OBLIGATIONS NO MEMBERSHIP FEES BOIACHAPEDS* o 111AIH35W In the Courtyard give me a necklace that was meant for another girl? CONFUSED IN CONNECTICUT DEAR CONFUSED: Don’t he so quick to judge him — accept instead the fart that he wanted you to have it when it was paid for and belonged to him. We all have a change of mind — and heart as well. Don’t belittle his gift, enjoy it. Question: What kind of sister would tell her brother’s ladylove that the necklace she received was “meant for another”? Answer: a mean-spirited, malicious one.* #    Mon.    Fri.    8-9 620-6233 sa« 8 4    <* Herald-Ztitung I VPS Publish* ii S..M/U*   J I * > I hi lf, li'» dill ,uia v. 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Mull deli! try outside Comal t'ounty, in It i us thr ti months. $19. IS; su nunths, SS* int ilear, $63.75. Mull outsidt Et jus: su, months, $1,2. one year, STO. It you hale not received your >t u s(mper by 5:30 fem Tuesday through Knday, or by 7:30 a.rn Sunday, rail 625 9IM or 656 1900 by 7p.m. and ll am., respectively, Pos tm atte r: St tut address changes to PU. Drawer 311328, Xeu Braunfels, Texas 781311326 ;

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