New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 9, 1987, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 09, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword Stocks ACROSS 1 Pound down 5 Letdown 10 Cutter 14 Acidity 15 Hysteria 16 Flag support 17 Ex-dictator 18 Rented 20 Capable 22 Uproar 23 Senior 24 Having auricles 26 Informer 27 Marked 30 Faultfinders 34 Juan king of Spain 35 Domineer 36 Compete 37 Amos pal 38 Gibe 40 Fracture 4 1 Card game 42 Fog 43 Unfastened 45 Individuals 47 Cattlemen 48 Pull 49 Leather 50 Vi* 53 Vehicle 54 Careless 58 Steel-making process 61 Golf club 62 Breach 63 Provoke 64 Aswan dam site 65 Feigns 66 Requires 67 Barrier DOWN 1 Goodbye 2 Sour 3 Particle 4 Correctly 5 Texas univ 6 Alit 7 Took apart 8 Demeanor 9 Equality 10 Some wheats 11 Charge 12 Instead 13 Caribou 19 Imprests 21 Eddo 25 Idling 26 Renew 27 Victory trophy 28 Dugout 29 Spirit 30 Jailbird 31 Sheepish 32 Waterway 33 Kernels 35 Except PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED TESS 39 Dolt 40 Having tun 42 Kisser 44 Pouches 46 Tasks 47 Did house cleaning 49 Billow 50 Pentateuch 51 Oil cartel 52 Journeyed 53 Scourge 55 Composition 56 Young animal 57 Leg part 59 Bear a iamb 60 Four-baggers 1 2 3 i 5 6 7 8 10 1 1 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ■ 22 J ■ 23 24 25 ■ 26 27 28 29 ■ 30 31 32 33 34 _ ■ 35 ■ 36 37 ■ 38 39 ; ■ 40 4 ■ r , ■ r 44 4‘ _ F _ ■ r 59 -J I 60 6 • lr -i 56 57 OTC Pro* ided bx Knibbr F inAm la! it ruup Ford 101 “v 99** 101*7 In. 755 337 Suit** I ) WU .•tex at* Ax >4 liM SI •* 811*7 SI fluting v ex ter Jay Halliburton 40 » 40--S 40 H Kemper 32 31*4 31*7 K Mart 45 44 . 44 % H mh I Al ll t I .ne I .Lib Y 30*4 JOH 30*4 AI i I 29*4 28*4 a ♦ M.ibU its 51** 52H HakerHugbr' Int 26*7 25 S 25*4 Hi Us bur y Ct 41 42-; Coleman r»4 36*4 37 SVA Bell 36-4 STH 37*4 Uhrx sier M> * 34 ; 36 Tsndv 43 i 41 Dr ere 29*4 21*4 29** TrxAi o 4g** 44 » 4j 4 En tex IS-* 16* 4 17** VA 41-Murt 68 67 675* Est un VSS 94** 94 » A I* Pepperell 62S 61« 62*» NEW YORK API -Morning stocks High Low I,ast AMR Corp Ameritech s AMI Inc Am Motors AmS ta rid Amer T&T Amoco Armcolnc AtlRichfld BakerHugh n BancTexas Banctex wi BeilAtlan BellSouth s Beth Steel Borden Caterpllr Centel Chevron Chrysler s Coastals Coca Cola Coleman Colg Palm ComlMetl s Delta Air I DigitalEq Dow Chem Dressrind duPont EstKodak Easer ch Entexlne Exxon EederalCo s Firestone FtBcpTex KstRepub Flower I nd FordMotr GAF Cp GTI- Corps GnDy nam GenEii t s Gen Mi lh s Gen Motors GnM tr F Goodrich Goodv ear Gt At I Pa* Gulf StaL’t Ha Ii burtn Holiday ( p n Houst Ind IBM UitlPaper s John.sJn K mart s Kroger s vjLTVCp litten Ind IvOneSta Ind lA>we^ Luby s > ML rp Ma xus ’ Mas DSI Mrsltr rn M bi I M .sant M I r la Navistar Ss ex PacTel s Penney JC a Phelps t>od PhihpPet Polaroid > Prim enc a * Pr.* ti iamb l*utkN N w Mx Sabine SFe.v jPa Sears R*eb Sher w ;* W n Singer I o .Southern ( Southland Sw •'tBeil .. 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The next time you find yourself adjusting the thermostat, ask yourself. Who controls my electric bill? Me or my thermostat? The answer is simple. You do. But if you want to keep Petter control over how much you pay each month in cooling costs, you ll want to think twice before lowering that thermostat One of the easiest ways to control the effect your thermostat has over your electric bill is to follow these simple energy conservation tips • • >r ever y degree you set your thermostat above 78"F. you re saving 3 to 6 percent on your cooling costs. With a ceiling fan you can further raise your thermostat and still feel comfortable • When you re away for sever a hours, raise the setting to 90°F And when you re on vacation, shut the system off By curbing your thermostat s eating habits, your electric bill is sure to lose some wtight ' his is part of a series of informaltv« reports developed by PEC to help you save energy and money P€D€RNAL€S 8tednc cooperate Inc Good Neighbors in trxrnqv toenxon City i anyuft LAK* IXynf Budd .AM- Tr#vii Marc* fans, and Clipping Springs Tex Ka sin 39*7 38 *» 39‘k Texaslnd :io3r 30 30 Texaslnst s 59*4 58 b 383 4 Tex Util 32 31b 31 ‘ H Textron s 327 n 32*4 327 * Tyler 13 3 4 13 133 4 USX Corp 35 U 35 35*4 UnC’arbde 30“i 30 30 Un Pat Up 77b 767h 77 US West 52!h 52 b 523* Uni l el •28“ 4 273h 28 *h Unocal 43 42:>- 42*: Wa I Mart 68 67“^ 67*^ WalMart wi 34H 34 34 WestghFJ 6417 62 b 641. Xerox Up 76‘h 76‘- 76*i. ZemthF. 26'- 26 b 26* •< market was mixed today running into some red.si.starn < fi .rn profit takers after Wedne -.day rise to a record high in the how Jones industrial average. Dow Jones’s average of 30 blue chips dropped 6.10 to 2,458 8< in ha* first half-hour of trading But gainers outnumbered losers by about 5 to 3 in the overall tally of New \ nrk Stock Exchange-listed issues with 721 up. 438 down and 481 unchanged. Market mixed NKW YORK AP The stock V Tune on the Brr r>. »aH 27 44 million short .( of lo Wail Street ame ti its listed co Minion st ocks rose .94 to 174 '>0 On I Ute Amel m an Stock Ex* change, the market value index was up 72 at 347 .29. On Wedr tesdav t fie I tow Jones industrial av erage rose 14 19 to 2.463.97. si jrpassing the previous closing jit*a k of 2.45 1.05 reached on June 25 Adv anciHj J issue* > outnumbered dei lines by ibout 81( rn on the NY SH, with 814 if. wo and 430 nr- changed B i; Board volume totaled CORRECTION The Centex Hearing Aid ad that ipp^ared    rn    Rage    SB the Sunday July 5th edition ran mc ort et    y    stating Center Hearing Aid Server a    it    ,    • ,    /    rUL Thurs July 9th from Warn to 12 f Coma/ Drug & The HeradZt Tung    ■ -,^f inconvenience that may havr caused *    *    mer Herald -Zeitung SIDE WA I K SALE I Fri. & Sat. 9:30 5:30 ('(hint hy lith I st * it > Im n in >'jit t‘(t ti ha rya tins ti tiring our Sirft nuU; S d tit th * rut n r 4 n It ScAmleit (?&. 191 tt Sc* XrIiihIi. Si 625/rU ISH , t ‘ft rn * •* ne 4 3434 42 24-. 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