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July 14, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Vera\6-Zeitung Ne* Braunfels Texas Tuesday July 14 1987 Page 3A CrosswordPilot failed to notify controllers of near collision ACROSS 1 Mi Berra 5 Assemble 9 Flower part 14 Mideast laud 15 "There ought to be 16 Expatriate 17 Blue-pencil 18 Alaska city 19 Plants 20 Flexible 22 Versifiers 24 Forsake 26 Leftward 27 Stated 29 Visualize 30 Cher k 33 Lookout spots 37 W I isle 38 Motenz hockey great 39 dolorosa 40 Venturer 4 1 Entry 42 Irish shire 44 Child pref 45 Big weight 46 Win 4 7 Scoria 49 Poukmarxed 53 Let loose 57 Fabric 58 Heap 59 image 61 I atvian city 62 Bag 63 Hindu noble 64 Black 65 Nasty look 66 Else Scot 67 Haunts DOWN 1 Cede 2 Do 3 Manners of walking 4 Fashionable 5 Valet 6 I opsided 7 Where Pag< Page c 8 I Otter j 9 Drastic 10 Occur 11 F asteners 12 Out Of the Storm 13 Interior 21 Remove 23 Digits 25 Metal 28 UK county 30 interjectior 31 Its you re on' 32 Astor 33 Fiagment 14 Routine 15 Was mdeM* PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED Iv R A I S t] ■ m‘e ■ [i "r*r‘ Ut A b'l* I Keo>| E X i I G A L S| B :e;c; 16 Title 37 Strolled 40 4 Day 4? Bay Ore 43 Cover 45 Dealer 4 7 Thickset 48 r rench uty “>0 ( ompany 51 Prod 52 Clerics 53 Ref s fellow wooers 54 Speech part 55 Tempt 56 Tutors 60 M'stead WASHINGTON (AP I Air traffic controllers were not notified for more than three hours that a Delta Air Lines jet had strayed 60 miles off course over the Atlantic and nearly-collided with another jet, investigators have revealed. The pilot of the Delta plane made no report to controllers at Gander, Newfoundland, although he should have done so because the section of trans-Atlantic airspace where the incident occurred is not monitored by radar, officials said. Canadian and U.S. authorities are examining not only why the Delta jetliner was so far off course, but the ac tions of the pilots involved after the incident last Wednesday The two planes, carrying nearly 600 people, were assigned to parallel flight “tracks" that are 60 miles apart, but the Delta Iwx'kheed I/-1011 went so far off course that it flew within IOO feet of the Continental Boeing 747 close enough for the passengers to see Delta’s markings According to aviation sources the Delta pilot should immediately have reported to controllers at Gander that he .strayed way off course “There was no report received (from the Delta piloti by Gander center," John Owen, regional director of the Canadian Aviation Safety Board, said in an interview Monday. Owen, who is in charge of the investigation. said the near-collision occurred at 12:35 p.m. EDT. but the air traffic control center was not notified of an incident until 3:50 p m EDT when the Continental flight operations center informed offic ials that a near-collision had occurred. The Continental pilot made the report even though he was not required to do so and pilots aboard other jetliners tried to persuade him not to report the incident, said Bruce Hicks, a Cont nental spokesman Delta jets have been involved in five incidents in recent weeks, the last one coming Sunday in Boston, where a Delta jet from San Francis landed on the wrong runway at Dcgan International Airport, forcing another jet approaching the runway to stop In earlier incidents, a Delta flight plunged to within several hundred feet of the ocean after the plane s pilot accidentally turned off tin engines. A Delta flight recently landed at the wrong airport in Kentucky. last month, a Delta plane suddenly accelerated tow ard another airline's plane on a Memphis rur way. Meanwhile, Owen said at a nevi conference near Ottawa. Canada, that the l>elta jetliner involved in the mid-Atlantic incident also wa noticed about three miles off course inter ;n its flight when it appro.-* the Newfoundland coast arx! was under radar control The pilot was advised to get back on course after flying within seven nautical mile1 another jet. he said The second incident brings up the specter of equipment problems said Owen, although he emphasized no evidence of problems with tie Delta plane's inertial navigationa s\ stem has been uncovered so far In Hights across the- North Atlantic where aircraft for long stretches are out of the reach of radar, a pilot is req rn red to i eport immediately to air traffic controllers any time his plane deviates more than 6.3 nautical miles from the assigned course Such notification is important because radar does not extend ail the way across the ocean and controllers assign each plane a specific altitude and flight track to maintain safe separation The incident involving tin Delta and Continental jetliners wa monitored by a I S \ir Force jet also crossing the Atlantic T he cree of the million aircraft * insider*- i the radio conversation among V-various commercial pilot - intriguing enough ilia! tnt > pulled tie 1 a ct breaker .rn their cockpit vo . * Stocks NEW VORK AP M *rning k- High Low I ai st \MK Corp 6t)4*. 59 - 59*‘ 4 Ameriteeh - 84 84 84 4 AMI Int 19 - 19 •. 19*2 Att. 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Mf IN AH ’T‘ VKI -a : EX AS DEAK ABBA ic regard I pas tors making aurpriae calix ti poi church member!* I a!a a* lei* phone tor an appointor lit t main sure the h unhand will hr- ho tm* This prevents .tin pi ss. intl tv *1 g xmij when a iiiaii visits a woman itlom iii her home KEA BOB” I I MBI I im ES MI DEAR ABBA I tm an intern panier, and its 'lie ut tit* new In* • I I disagree a itll the pastor it my church win* belieVt i S Eelier I pint drop .ti without ('ailing first Abt)V I [mn seen th* eiub rtass me lit oil tile linen iii lino.* In .Si wiver* win ii I haye accoinp.iii < I tin punter .al then* sui pi,-t sits and Till bure they would trave appit elated a phone call first IN I I KS BA STOK NO TOWN l l I- Am. DEAK BAS IOU Read on tor .I letter from it clergyman who alan prefers the “unannounced’ I'1 AK ABBA I ani a minister wii prefers to call on nu parish ton r- w;ti« prior nom* Mv reason it < atis ar* made ahead ..J time th* women I*-* t    they have    to hav* a t'.i* s no thing U servi with coffee r tea s., they go to tin trouble tit Dis nothing Naturally wh«:. 'he g dies ire served th* minister gat.    .it. i it them N    't th I ' s diffit ult tin >* homemade I kl - pies and cookies are usually . .ry t»stv But after making thr*** ■ ' ur sti ps m lint afternoon can I magitie what the minister will k Ilk* in a few vear*'' Bi H NU" < »\ EKSS EU ill I DK AK OAK KSS KU.HT: I vote -v 11 h giving ihe housewives prior notice, and I think most women would agree, but I am • ut about to take another poll. I rn still inundated with “Have * iii over    cheated    on    vour tat*    Incidentally,    the    faith- til women lire ahead of the (faithfuls, and the cheating men outnumber th** faithful men 2-to- I "tav t tined.I DK AK ABBA I am writing t thank you for th* most wonderful pl*. ’ adv I Mv husband and I •n having some rough tunes had in our marriage — w«- seemed to Im* arguing all the tim** — and att.-r reading on* of your columns thai sounded ax though we could hav* w ritten it we d* elded to do w hat you suggested lalk it aver with your minister Atter several counseling sessions, in told us that since w* didn t get along very well maybe we wer* not rn* ant for each other lie was so right Soon after our counseling my husband aud I got a divorce, and in w I have never been so happy* Although it din sn t hav** any thing lo do with my former mar nag** 'really I plan to wed un minister shortly It ABBA EN HIH) DEAK HA HPY: Congratulations! But, Hoo-manaw a-nui! 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NEW PLAN PAYS UP TO $182,700 FOR NURSING HOME BENEFITS — INCLUDING CUSTODIAL CARE According to a recent congressional study * 2 out of 3 Americans aged 66 will be "impoverished after spending just I 3 weeks in a nursing home But now there is a solution from Bankers Lite and C asualty It s a new kind of nursing home policy    I that pays benefits... • for custodial, intermediate and skilled nursing care    I • before, during and after Medicare payments and in addition to HMO benefits • for up to FIVE YEARS for any one sickness or injury up to $1 OO per day    I ♦special NOPREMIUMS' rule during nursing hompl BANKERS LIFE AND _ J CASUALTY COMPANY /IMM (’all or Write:    I Beth Gueldner 4400 Piedras Dr. South No. 155 San Antonio, Tx 78228 629 4155 RED HOT SPECIAL' SA VE $2,736 1387 SIO BLAZER SPORT {J wheel Drive) Mftr's. Sugg. Retail Price... $16,223. Dealer disc., FREE AC,& $500. CASH REBATE: YOUR TOTAL SAVINGS... $2.736. YOUR SPECIAL PRICE ..$13,48?! ▼Freight included Mux vile tax and title, do* . license fees SPECIAL FINANCE KATE APPLIES! 3 9% if loan up to 24 months 5 9% if loan up to 36 months 6 9% if loan up to 48 months 9 9% if loan up to 60 months (Delivery must by by August 3 1987) Stock No 6702 Witt’ Deep TG Bt    TG Soul! (quip folding RS Pw* T G Au*. R(-'(-.Ii,* ll Mats LH ti Int*-! Wipe**s R» <*, Wdw Dctiostc Au D*T AC S|>*‘t»d Co"!' Tilt wti****i 2 Bl VB MHO ?0y<*i lev •> PS PO Halogen tight* HD Bdtto*, Ar** Tm stt-it-o . jw Squall/**' luggage Ca****** PW s PDC* WSW t"*-s recorder to preserve th** tape ti cia Is said Ihe tape. ' from the Ail Ti anspoi talc ti then to i ana been made pui THIS AM) Pm FRS! LARGE SKI .FC’THIN TO CHOOSK FRUM ' *i—r-^ | KRUEGER (*HeV%6lC(I NC. mb W San A/Konto St ***»* B*au****u*    bib    3451 Aam Canyon Lase Uwd 3451 f wm San Antonio c»f*tt 658 7051 vinefi was forwarded Force to the National i Safety Board aru: nan officials has not NEV* YORK AP Prices rn oved higher on Wall Street as momentum that began .ate in Monday'- session tarried over to today s trading The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose 9.88 points to 2,462.85 as of IO a.rn Advancing issues were ahead of decliners by a margin of about 13-to-• with 623 issues up. 430 down and 4* * unchanged Volume on the Big Board came t 25 38 million shares after the first half-hour of trading On Monday, the Dow J nes in dustrial average was down about lo points tor much of the session before recovering ground to finish down 3.0" at 2.452 97 Betail sales rose a slight 0,4 per cent in June. md. ating little over.*. economic growth, according to a g *veminent report released today Th** Commerce Department said seasonally adjusted retail sales totaled $125 I billion last month, th* fourth straight month of virtually unchanged sales. IBM fell IS ti* 168 * after releasing its second quarter earnings ttxlay IBM said its earnings fell 9 8 percent from its level of a year earlier but the decline was less than expected by most analy sis leading the NVSL most active list was Centerior Energy, which wa*- unchanged ai lh Some air' raft ’.-sues were among the big gamei - < if amma n picked uf 14. rising to .'lo c arid l/ockhced was up 14 at ok * 4 Among the ; t isers was Matusushita w hi* h turn bled 4:- to 14.3 a; IM la tv men Si I pped 1*4 lo hi1» I'he NVS!' s e ornposite index of all its listed common stocks was up 0.33 at 173.51 On the Am- erican Fx- change, th** . , : Ret val Ut up U SI to 34b 2.) On VI ride v dec! in i JC Ji if outnumb* nances b v ab* ut 5 ti 4 on the . * . VV I ll ; *5>* ■ 0 ip Sea down and 4i .a aged. Bg Board volum*- * -t: . <2 4* nu] hon .hares. aga in-t 1.7 ii n ., hon in t ne previous session cm; Bak**r Ii C'oleme t'hrv si* r Deere**v KW : K id GM Hallibu! Kemp*-! 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