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came to million shares as of 10 on Wall Among actively traded blue International Business Machines gained IVs to 165 General Electric rose V4 to and American Telephone Telegraph dropped VB to The NYSEs composite index of all its listed common stocks added to At the American Stock Ex the market value index was up at On Tuesday the Dow Jones in dustrial average rose points to Advances outpaced declines by about 2 to 1 on the Big Board volume totaled million against million in the previous Attorney files suits against Southland DALLAS AP Philadelphia attorney is filing several lawsuits on behalf of current and former Southland stockholders alleging the company violated federal securities laws when it told the New York Stock Exchange June 3 that it did not know the basis for the market activity in its stock that Attorney Richard Greenfield said Tuesday a tender offer statement Southland filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission indicates the company was denying knowledge of investor interest in Southland at a time it was talking with Canadian financier Samuel Belzberg over possible acquisition of the company and while the company was con sidering a stock The document disclosed that Belzberg had claimed to have ob OTC Provided by Knibbe Financial 755 Loop Suite Quotes are as of closing Guadalupe County reviews 23 percent budget increase BakerHughes Int Coleman Chrysler Deere Entex Exxon High 294 26 37ls 35 28 164 95 Close 28 29 254 264 36 37V 344 34 28 28 16 16 93 Ford GM Halliburton Kemper KMart Mobil Pillsbury SW Bell Tandy Texaco WalMart WP Pepperel 1004 814 41 32 454 31 52 s 424 38 69 98 804 38 31a 44 30 51 41 42 43 674 62 99 80 407s 31 44s 30 52 414 38 1 42 44 684 Guadalupe Countys proposed budget for 1988 could reach million approximately 23 percent higher than the current million county Auditor Lamar Schultz told commisssioners court this Commissioners said they intend to liold any effective tax increase to slightly above An 8 percent increase could trigger a tax rollback Guadalupe com missioners had to rework their 1986 budget because of a successful rollback election that the new jail looms foremost among probable budget with the largest budget increase to come from Guadalupe County Sheriff Melvin Harborths department and from the operating budget for the new Preliminary budget figures show the cost of operating the jail will almost from this year to in SchulU pointed out that the capacity of the current jail is 31 prisoners compared to the 192 inmate capacity of the new million jail under construction near the intersection of Interstate 10 and North Austin Schultz said the operating ex penses for the new jail comare favorably with the 141inmate Comal County Jail in New The auditor told commisssioners if the county maintains a population of 70 federal prisoners per it will not cost county taxpayers a penny to operate the new While the sheriff said he has not calculated the cost per day to house federal Schultz said it probably will be between and per The estimated sheriffs depart ment budget will increase almost 35 percent from to Schultz said the new budget will include for telephone and utilities because the department will be located at the new jail instead of in the Once the jail is in it will help pay part of its operation and once we learn to handle our well start housing prisoners from other said County Judge Jim Our intention was not to go into the jail but when you got the available theres no sense in not using it to try to offset some of the costs of running Sagebiel Another significant budget in crease could come as a result of Gonzales Countys refusal to con tinue to pay 50 percent of the salary of the assistant district He moved his office to this county and they didnt want to pay for him anymore since hes way over Sagebiel I might have the same attitude if I were in their As a Guadalupe County will probably pay for a percentage of the assistant district attorneys salary based on county populations because its population is greater than that of other counties in the That will be a significant little Sagebiel Sagebiel said he did not expect a major budget increase even though not ail departments have been Most departmments will have less than a 5 percent but we havent gotten with the biggest department Sagebiel the judicial area is where the biggest increase usually comes more and more people are being and a lot of them are wanting courtappointed From the FloralShoppe Boxed Arranged Limited to Quantity on Hand Gardens Nursery Landscape 666Landa 625FRESH GRANZINS MEAT MARKET McQueeney 5 MKl MADl DRY SAUSAGE HIADCHtlSt BLOOD HOURS Mon Sit 86 Custom Slaughtering Tues Thurs Prices Gooo tained percent of the companys common The filing said Belzberg suggested to Southland chairman John Thompson earlier this year that Beteberg and his affiliates might be partners with the Thompsons in a leveraged buyout of the which is one of the nations largest retailers and the parent of the 7 Eleven convenience store Thompson and his whose father cofounded Southland 60 years are leading JT Acquisition in a planned billion leveraged buyout of the which was announced Southland spokeswoman Cecilia Norwood said the company had not confirmed that Belzberg owned percent of the companys common only that he said he Norwood said the Thompsons action to take the company private was not prompted by Belzberg and his you go further back into the history of youll see the com pany has been looked at for a takeover for Norwood HeraldZritung Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by Braunffh Publishing 707 Landa or Drawer New Terns Second Clnss postage paid by Braunfels I f raid Publishing at DAVID KRAMER Eiiitur rind Publisher JIM Managing Editor DEBORA H LA Office Manager MUTTER Advertising Manager CHER YL Me CA MPBEL Classified Manager CAROL A VERY Circulation Manager MA 0 CUE L OMB A RD 0 Composition Foreman OUSEL BE Prvssroom Foreman Subscription Rates applicable sales 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