New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 2, 1987, Page 3

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung July 2, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword Stocks ACROSS 1 Metalworker 6 Carol 10 Clayey soil 14 Asian noble 15 Inactive 16 Straight as 17 Thoroughfare 18 Observe 20 Mound 21 Notices 23 Misdeeds 24 Water bodies 25 Face part 26 Kitchen item 30 Intended 34 Kind of kick 35 Sale condition 37 Deer 38 Golf stroke 39 Gaps 4 1 Rivers Sp 42 Prior to 13 Bornean var 44 Adjust 46 F abnc 48 Word parts 50 Adjoin 52 Percentages 53 Kind of nut 56 College gal 57 Depot abbr 60 Establishes anew 62 Rabbit 64 Spelt 65 Bait 66 Jubilate 67 The best 68 Asian gulf 69 Hollows DOWN 1 Row 2 Manly Key Article Rube Daintiest Verse 8 Cloth length unit 9 Hanger-on 10 Fighting man 11 Eve s ma*e 12 Ceremony 13 Grounds 19 Swells 22 Hash house 24 Sketch 25 Girdle 26 Sharks 27 Accustom 28 Flower 29 Spindling 31 Gazelle 12 Not a soul 33 Workouts 36 Tristan s PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED I L D tm B E C A U a'r'e Vt SANDS T > A A A - ' T.A SO] I |L love 40 Bridge seat 41 Meat cut 43 Charge 45 Interwoven 47 Spectators 49 Relax 51 Radical 53 Nasty kid s L O W p A R R Is E N S E T A C O S iR R E N T • ,P R E S S T o E A P R o N 'R o u M E S ■ C s T R I A i A R N E S h A P S 54 Make over 55 Drenched 56 Yield 57 Whirled 58 Seesaw 59 insects 61 Cover 63 Cutting tool 7 8 I ,0 11 12 13 6 16 b 19 23 25 MHI *’ 32 r r_._ -, ' : NEW YORK AP) -Morning stocks: High Ixw Last AMK Corp 583« 584 584 Ameritech s 874 87 874 AMI Inc 194 184 187« Am Motors 4*4 44 44 AmStand 43S 434 434 Amer T&T 29 284 287« Amoco 873« 874 874 Arrneolnc 97r 94 934 AtlRichfld 94*2 94 944 Bakerllugh n 243« 244 24 4 BaneTexas 3-32 11-128 3-32 Banctex wi 7-32 11-128 1-128 BellAtlan t>8G 684 684 BellSouth s 41G 404 404 Beth Steel IS3* 154 154 Borden 593« 594 594 Caterpllr 53G 524 524 Centel 677** 66' * 674 Chevron 6134 614 614 Chrysler s 34s* 344 344 Coastal s 35G 354 354 CocaCola 4414 44 444 Coleman :J64 364 364 Colg Palm 487* 484 484 Com I Met I s 19 184 184 Delta Air! 56 554 554 DigitalEq 1654 164 * 1654 DowChem 857« 854 854 Dressrlnd 32 314 32 duPont 1213* 1204 1214 EslKodak 864 854 864 Enserch 244 244 Kntexlnc 1534 154 154 Exxon 93 924 93 KederalCo s 4434 444 444 Firestone 4234 414 424 FtBcpTex 27*t 24 24 FstRepub 234 234 234 Flowerlnd 273 4 274 274 FordMotr 994 984 994 G AF Cp 53 4 534 534 GTE Corp s 39 .384 39 GnlHnam 66H 6g4 664 GenElct s 544 544 54-2 <ienMills * 55S 554 554 (ten Motors 814 814 814 tin Mott E 394 384 394 Goodrich 514 504 504 Goodyear 68-4 874 68 Gt.AtlPa*. 377» 374 371 * Gulf Stal't 7T* 74 74 Ha ll burt n 384 374 384 Holiday Cp n 244 24-. 24 4 Houst lad 334 334 334 IBM 1644 1644 1644 IntiPaper * 494 49*2 4*4 JohnsJn 914 91 914 K mart * • 43*. 43 « Kroger s 36*4 35 » 36 vjl TV I p ( I 4 * 4l* Litton I rid 924 914 914 I »neSta Ind .164 16*7 36 4 txmes 214 JIH 274 Lubv * * 31 30 ; 4 Dr * X!« rp 9l» 84 84 Maxusn 133» 134 134 Mu vDSt 46 ‘ * 45 4 Med tr ««n»t H *4 * *4 . Mobil 51H 504 51 ** M ‘nsanti 844 84 84 M ‘t-.r- la 54*4 534 54** 74 74 74 V-vt-x 694 694 69- a I aeTel s 264 264 264 PenneyJC s 534 524 534 Phelps Dod 384 374 384 PhilipPet 167h 164 164 Polaroid s 37 4 .367 w .37 Primerica s 414 414 414 Proc tG amb 964 96 964 Pubs NwMx 324 324 324 Sabin*' 174 174 174 SFeSouPac 524 514 52 SearsRwb 504 504 504 SherwinWm 35 >s 344 347 * Singer Co 384 384 384 Southern Co 244 244 24 * Southland 694 684 69 SwstBell s 39 .384 384 SunComp 654 65*2 654 Tandy 434 43 434 Templlnld s 61 SO7* 61 Tenneco 494 49 494 vjTexaco 404 404 404 TexAmBnch 134 134 134 TexEastn 364 36 364 Texaslnsts 604 60‘- 604 Tex Util 324 324 324 Textron s 304 304 304 Tvler 124 124 124 USX Corp 314 314 314 UnCarbde 304 294 304 UnPacCp 114 774 774 US WVst 534 534 534 UniTel 274 274 274 Unocal 404 394 40 WalMart 6< ' M 674 674 Wal.Mart wi 34 334 34 WestghEl 624 62*« 624 Xerox Cp 774 764 764 ZemthE 264 254 264 Market rallies NKW VORK AP» The stork market rallied today. bouncing back from the declines of the past two sessions as interest rates fell The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials. down 37 15 points Tuesday and Wednesday, rose 17,22 to 2,246.98 in the first half hour of trading today Gainers outnumbered losers by nearly 5 to 2 in the overall tally of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 734 up 307 down and 407 unchanged Volume >>n the Big Board came to 23 84 million shares as of IO a rn on Wall Street Gainers among the blue chips included Union Carbide, up 14 at 30; International Business Machines, up - at 164 «, and American Telephone & Telegraph, up - at 2814 The NYSE’s composite index of a1: its listed common stocks rose 94 ti 171 46 At the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was up 65 at 338 56 On Wednesday the Dow Jones industrial average dropped 8.77 to 2.409 76. Declining issues outnumbered advances by about 4 to 3 on the NYSE, with 649 up. 853 down and 444 unchanged Big Board volume totaled 157.04 million shares, against 165 48 million in the previous session Greyhound head says merger deserves approval DALITS (APi Greyhound says if competitor Trailways collapses, more than 400 communities would lose bus service Greyhound Lines Inc.’s Chairman Fred Currey doesn't want that to happen and said his company's plan to buy Tramways deserves swift regulatory approval because the merger suits both the corporate and public interest The Justice Department, which wants more time to determine whether Trail ways qualifies as a failing firm under antitrust laws, ha asked the Interstate Commerce Commission to defer action on GLI's June 19 request to acquire Trailway .s for $80 million and be granted temporary authority to begin operating the company immediately Th* department said that granting the request could stop the IGC from restoring competition if it subsequently found a permanent merger would be a monopoly. But Currey said Trail way s is on the brink of collapse and that competition would still be provided by discount air fares and private automobiles. We’ve intervened in the pending failure of Trailwavs. We believe that intervention is one of those fortunate circumstances where the corporate interest, our corporate interest, and the public interest are wholly aligned,” Currey said Wednesday by telephone from Washington. D C We don't want Trailwavs Inc to fail because it would interrupt service to thousands of cities and towns and would deal a real blow to the network of origination* and destinations that make up the .strength of the intercity bus industry,” Currey said As part of its filing. Greyhound filed an affidavit from B A Robinson, Trailwavs thief financial officer, which said Trail ways is more than $6 million behind on payments to suppliers OIC Provided by Knibbe Financial Group Int , 755 Loop 337, Suite D Quotes are as of closing yesterday High I [a*w Close AT&T 284 274 284 BakerMughes Int 244 23 24 - Coleman 364 36 364 Chrysler 344 334 34;: Izeere 294 •284 '294 Entex 16 344 154 Exxon 93 - 924 924 Ford 904 977 * 98- GM 824 81 814 Halliburton 374 37 a 374 Kemper 31 304 31 KMart 434 42 434 Lu bv 304 304 Mobil A I 504 504 Plllsburv 43* a 424 43 SW Bel. 393* 18 i 384 Tandy 43 424 42 * Texaco 404 394 40 - Wal-Mart 674 bn4 67 WP Pepperell 65' 83*2 634 Schertz residents blast annexation attempt H , IQM* KAST NF R C in ••pendent s hertz (’its Council Tuesday evening unanimously labied a pr p<»>ed annexation of 370 a* res in the Schafer Road area at a public I < ating after residents strongly pp M* I the annexation \ group of more than 40 area residents filled the council chamber* Fhey heard S* hertz resident George liiiiihar tell council the pr p.i>ed annexation wa* not well " ught *ut by the city ami that ll wa* * if in th# fx**t interred of any in-\ ohed party It t* apparent that tin* rationale f r the annexation Ls not to control bught, not tit offer improve*.! senile • \c;* and r. t to protect the prof>ert> value* I re*idenL* in the effected ire,* milt hon *aid Nor is it a part *f a larger, well-defined and sensible ag range plan or policy which can ♦ vin* t* tangible benefits accruing to oil *itv resident.* (iiihhan expressed It i* in fact.” he continued, a pi tor I) planned and ill-considered protea I for Hie sole purpose of gaining more tux revenues for the council to spend Richard Hammel, another St hertz resident presented a petition coo* !    ■    '    . i ■    m* ; St hertz Mayor Earl .Sawyer if the i oum ii would override public opinion .? la presented *u* Ii .* petition to the council Under the constitution of the United States do we no longer have the right to a majority opinion"” Hammel asked Don t ask us embarrassing question* we can't answer.” Sawyer said You present a petition with 9o signature^ and we ii set- what happens Gillihan said council wa* serving ts taxpayers fairly by not investigating th** annexation more thoroughly All current residents of the city are entitled to know through detailed economic analysis and lisvlosures that property tax revenues will exceed projected service ousts, or that tangible benefits for all city residents will result from using i urrent lax revenues to provide and maintain service* rn the annexe*! area He continued. Failure by the city I** accomplish or disclose such financial anal) sis prior to annexation of th** area will most certainly bring into question the council s ability or desire to represent Hie interests of iLs constituency in faithfully discharging its responsibilities in a w ise and prudent manner ( ounctlman Adolph .Aguilar made a motion to table the annexation after making several comments to the crowd You mav think we re con- it s safe. it s simple. It saves lives. CiveDtood. SEP aivers trying to take advantage of y our land, however we do something, we try to do it for what we feel is the best concern for everyone con-t erncd .Aguilar said It is not known at this time if the council will look into the annexation problem at the next scheduled council meeting next week. however it wa* discussed that further unput is needed before any action is to be U* ken PRONTO LUBE REfTl INDS YOU OIL CHANGE & LUBRICATION ANO STATE INSPECTION mON. - SRT. 8-6 BEHIND COURTYARD SQUARE PENN? 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: July 2, 1987

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