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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword New texas July Pilot failed to notify controllers of near collision Page 3A ACROSS 1 Berra 5 Assemble 9 Flower part 14 Mideast land 15 there ought to be 16 Expatriate 17 Bluepencil 16 Alaska city 19 Plants 20 Flexible 22 Versifiers 24 Forsake 26 Leftward 27 Stated 29 Visualize 30 Check 33 Lookout spots 37 Isle 38 Morenz hockey great 39 dolorosa 40 Venturer 41 Entry 42 Irish shire 44 Child 45 Big weight 46 Win 47 Scoria 49 Pockmarked 53 Let loose 57 Fabric 58 Heap 59 Image 61 Latvian city 62 Bag 63 Hindu noble 64 Black 65 Nasty look 66 Else 67 Haunts DOWN 1 Cede 2 Do 3 Manners of walking 4 Fashionable 5 Valet 6 Lopsided 7 Where Pago Pago IK 8 Lottery 9 Drastic 10 Occur 11 Fasteners 12 Out of the storm 13 Interior 21 Remove 23 Digits 25 Metal 28 UK county 30 Interjection 31 Its Youre on 32 Astor 33 Fragment 34 Routine 35 Was indebted PREVIOUS SOLVED 36 Title 37 Strolled 40 A Day 42 43 Cover 45 Dealer 47 Thickset 48 French city 50 Company 51 Prod 52 Clerics 53 Rels fellow workers 54 Speech part 55 Tempt 56 Tutors 60 Mislead WASffiNGf ON AP Aif traffic conlf ollefs were hot notified for tnofe than three hours that a Delta Aif Lines jet had strayed 60 miles off course over the Atlantic and nearly collided with another in vestigators have The pilot of the Delta plane made no report to controllers at although he should have done so because the section of transAtlarttic airspace where the incident occurred is not monitored by officials Canadian and authorities are examining not only why the Delta jetliner was So far off but the actions of the pilots involved after the incident last The two carrying nearly 600 were assigned to parallel night that are 60 miles but the Delta Lockheed L1011 went so far off course that it flew within 100 feet of the Continental Boeing 747 close enough for the passengers to see Deltas According to aviation the Delta pilot should immediately have reported to controllers at Gander that he strayed Way off There was ho report received from the Delta pilot by Gander John regional director of the Aviation Safety said in an interview who is in charge of the in said the nearcollision occurred at but the air traffic control center was not notified of an incident until EDT when the Continental flight operations center informed officials that a nearcollision had 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 said Bruce a Continental Delta jets have been involved in five incidents in recent the last one coming Sunday in where a Delta jet from San Francisco landed on the wrong runway at Logan International forcing another jet approaching the runway to In earlier a Delta flight plunged to within several hundred feet of the ocean after the planes pilot accidentally turned off the A Delta flight recently landed at the wrong airport in Last a Delta plane suddenly accelerated toward another airlines plane on a Memphis run Owen said at a news conference near that the Delta jetliner involved in the midAtlantic incident also was noticed about three miles off course later in its flight when it approached the Newfoundland coast and was under radar The pilot was advised to get back on course after flying within seven nautical miles of another he The second incident brings up the specter of equipment said although he emphasized no evidence of problems with the Delta planes inertial navigational system has been uncovered so in flights across the North Atlantic where aircraft for long stretches are out of the reach of a pilot is required to report immediately to air traffic controllers arty time his plane deviates more than nautical miles from the assigned Such notification is important because radar does not extend all the way across the ocean and controllers assign each plane a specific altitude and flight track to maintain safe The incident involving the Delta and Continental jetliners was monitored by a Air Force jet also crossing the The crew of the military aircraft considered the radio conversations among the various commercial pilots intriguing enough that they pulled the circuit breaker in their cockpit voice recorder to preserve the of ficials The which was forwarded from the Air Force to the National Transportation Safety Board and then tu Canadian officials has not been made Stocks NEW YORK AP stocks High Low AAIR Corp 605s Ameritechs 84 2 84 AMI Inc 1958 19i Am Motors 4lt AmStancl 46 30 Amoco 87 86 2 Armcolnc 1214 AtlRichfld 95as 95 BakerHughn 257s 25j BancTexas U128 564 Banctexwi 11128 564 BellAtlan 66 BellSouth s 38S8 3814 Beth Steel 1914 184 Borden 587s 585s Caterpllr 59 Centel 66 66 Chevron 625s Chryslers 377s 37 Coastals 3714 374 CocaCola Colernan 37S ColgPalm 494 49 ComlMetls 19 19 DeltaAirl 56 5534 DigitalEq 1661 163 DowChem 864 85H Dressrlnd 33S 333s duPont 125 1234 5934 84V 194 46 2934 86S 25ss 564 564 38as 1834 66 3734 37 S 43a4 37as 19 557s Welcome Mat Not Always Out For Clergymen Who Drop In UK AH AHBY If you are of the opinion that clergymen should phone you arc off base Too much precious time woulii spent in making io mi up 1 am uware that there are house wivet who wuiild nithei have their homes and themaehes all spruced up to the we clergy do not visit to check up on our parishioners ing skills n l tare if itu woman und her family are not all spriueti up either We prefer to see the tamily in n relaxed and naurul belting I e titen pushing doorbells for nearly 50 and 1 know whereof 1 speak hKOIMN M1N1STKK IN DKAK DROIMN a word from a houarwife DKAK AHHY I am glad finally addressed the problem oi clergymen who call on members ot their congregation without tjillmp first to give us at It aM an hum Im God fearing us the next hut J dont want an unexpected company and I consider the clergy company When my doorbell I peek out from behind my living room curtain to see whos there And it ith someone Im not in the mood to bei 1 dont auoser the duur 1 don i cartif iii TV blaring awuy aim our cui io m the drivevs u Im not home to unexpected MK IN TEXAS DKAK AHHY In regard to pas tors making surprise culls upon church 1 always tele phone for an appointment to make sure the husband will be home This prevents any possibility of gossip when a man visits a woman alone in her home DEAK ABHY 1 am an intern and as one of the new I disagree with the pastor of my church who believes its better to just drop in without calling 1 have seen the embarrass ment on the IWea of uiuuy house wives when J have accompanied the pastor on these surprise and Im sure Uiey would have appre ciated a phone call first 1NTHKN PASTOR visit but for a different rea son DKAR AHHY I am a minister who prefers to call on my parishion ers with no prior My reason If calls are made ahead of the women feel they have to have a little something to serve with coffee or so they go to the trouble of baking Naturally when the goodies are the minister teels obligated to eat Not that ts difficult these homemade pies and cookies are usually very Hut after making three or four stops in one can you imagine what the minister will look like in a few years 25 POUNDS OVERWEIGHT DKAR OVERWEIGHT I vote with giving the housewives prior and 1 think most women would but I am not about to take another Im still inundated with Have you ever cheated on your mute the faith ful women are ahead of the and the cheating men outnumber the faithful men Stay DEAR ABBY 1 am writing to thank you for the most wonderful piece of My husband and I had been having some rough times in our marriage we seemed to be arguing all the time and after reading one of your columns that sounded as though we could have written we decided to do what you suggested Talk it over with your After several counseling he told us that since we didnt get along very maybe we were not meant for each He was so Soon after our my husband and 1 got a and now I have never been so happy Although it doesnt have any thing to do with my former mar riage I plan to wed my minister HAPPY IN HILO DEAR HAPPY Congratula tions Hoomanawanui Translation Wait a while take it EstKodak Enserch Entexlnc Exxon FederalCos Firestone KtBcpTex FstRepub Flowerlnd FordMotr GAF Cp GTE Corp s GnDynam GenElcts GenMills s Gen Motors GnMotr E Goodrich Goodyear GtAtlPac GulfStaUt Haliburtn HolidayCp n Houstlnd IBM IntlPapers JohnsJn K marts Kroger s vjLTV Cp Litton Ind LoneSta Ind Lowes Lubys s MCorp Maxusn MayDSt Medtronic Mobil Monsanto Motorola Navistar Nynex Pa dels PenneyJCs Phelps Dod PhihpPei Polaroids Primenca s ProctGamb PubS NwMx Sabine SFeSouPac SearsRoeb SherwinWm Singer Co Southern Co Southland SwstBell s SunComp Tandy Templlnld s Tcnneco vjTexaco TexAmBnch DKAK Read w fyr clergyman yho Health Care Update For Folks Age 60 to 79 NEW PLAN PAYS UP TO FOR NURSING HOME BENEFITS INCLUDING CUSTODIAL CARE According to a recent congressional 2 out of 3 Americans aged 66 will be impoverished after spending just 13 weeks in a nursing But now there is a solution from Bankers Life and Its a new kind of nursing home policy that pays for intermediate and skilled nursing care during and after Medicare payments and in addition to HMO benefits for up to FIVi YEARS for any one sickness or injury up to 00 per special NO PREMIUMS rule during nursing home stay BANKERS UFE AND CASUAUYCOMPANY Call or Write m San 7X 78228 245a 94 39 2 414 2s 24 28 106 55 h 385s 70 56 ls 845s 41 14 49nB 68 L4 42 8 4134 26a4 327s 1697e 478 93 H 44 H 39 5 25s 30a4 834 14H 48 s 88 H 56 66H 53 40lb 18 194 51 41 24 s 7834 36H 67 H 44 1314 24 157e 934 3834 41L4 2e 104 IB 544 38 L4 69 55 Ls 55 L4 834 404 67 14 414 778 1664 47ls 92 434 384 434 36 2558 30H 14 4734 Ws 8714 55 H 654 52 14 397h 39 943ft 19ls 505S 35 403i 24 4 36H 6534 44S 863s 243a 9334 39 414 27s 233i 2734 5514 383s 697s 555s 56 843s 41 4 42 8 414 2634 325s 4734 38a4 5 10234 36 ls S34 14 94 8734 8 TexEastn 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released The Commerce Department said seasonally adjusted retail sales totaled billion last the fourth straight month of virtually unchanged IBM fell to after releasing its second quarter earnings IBM said its earnings fell percent from its level of a year but the decline was less than expected by most Leading the NYSE most active list RED HOT SPECIAL SAVE 1987 SW BLAZER SPORT 2 wheel Drive Retail Dealer FREE CASH REBATE YOUR TOTAL YOUR SPECIAL PRICE included Plus sale tax and license SPECIAL FINANCE RATE APPLIESf if pan up to 24 months if loan up to 36 months if pan up to 48 months if loan up to 60 months must by by August Stock 6702 with Deep BE Sport Folding Pwr Wdw R Rear Wdw Air Speed Contr Tilt Z8L Halogen HD AmFm stereo Luggage WSW Ores THIS4NRQTHPRS SewPPTHPN TO CHOOSp FROM RUEOER tpt 9643451 was Centerior which was unchanged at 16 Some aircraft issues were among the big Grumman picked up rising to and Lockheed was Among the big losers was which tumbled 47s to 143 and which 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