New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 31, 1987, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 31, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 31, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS 1 Land point 5 Tannin source 9 Readjust 14 Peanut 15 Always 16 Omit 17 ol Man 18 Avalanches 20 of Araby 22 Potential 23 Topper 24 Strange 25 Stereo feed 26 Barn sound 27 Kitchenware 28 Joker 31 Junior 34 Card game 35 Mans name 36 Adjoin 37 Sailboats 38 Barracuda 39 Dash 40 Splits 41 Brants 42 Pipe fitting 43 Devours 44 Earn 45 Below 47 Humans 48 Bikini piece 51 Laura heroine 53 Quebec city 55 Fleeting 57 Rancid 58 Ceremonies 59 USSR city 60 Vulgar 61 Fatty tissue 62 Criterion 63 Ogler DOWN 1 Metal worker 2 Asian noble 3 Estuary 4 Neckwear 5 Woodworm 6 Shun 7 Estimate 8 Haven 9 Backslide 10 Upper crust 11 Hit obliquely 12 East of 13 Ordeal 19 Attitudes 21 monl 25 Containers 26 Equaled 27 Coast cities 29 Son ol Zeus 30 Turnstile 31 Mantle 32 Genesis boy 33 Copy PfttVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 34 Wrap 37 Hair growths 38 Collection 40 Reanimate 4 1 Fellow 44 Unharsh 46 Roman date 47 Nickel alloy 48 Make 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the Big Board stood at million After seven straight sessions of gains that have added nearly 100 points to the Dow Jones industrial some market watchers would say the time has come for a Not only is there a strong incentive for taking but also plenty of negative factors have not gone including prospects for higher in terest trouble in the Persian and doubts about the would say that that expectation provides a strong justification for more Profittaking did eat into the markets early advance But once that petered buyers took Many analysts say they believe there is still a flood ofcash out waiting to pour into Among mostactive issues on the Big Alcan Aluminum was up at i6 Baxter Travenol was up l s at 27 and Boeing was down at The NYSEs composite index of all its listed common stocks stood at up The American Stock Exchange market value index was up o 54 at Maxus reports loss DALLAS AP Maxus Energy Thursday reported a second quarter loss of million and at tributed it primarily to a writedown of the book value of its nonoil and gas The company took a noncash charge of million against geothermal assets and an Alaskan coal project and related chairman and chief executive called the writedown consistent with the com panys intent to emphasize oil arid gas These assets have been written down to a level that will allow their operation for maximum cash flow without causing a drain on future Blackburn The reduction in the book value of the Alaskan coal properties is reflec tive of delays in marketing op portunities for these The decision to writedown the geother mal assets was based on lower expec tations of prices and steam produc tion Excluding those losses for the quarter were or 42 cents per compared to a net in come of or 25 cents per during the same quarter a year Sales were million compared to million for the se cond quarter a year Included in Maxuss 1987 second quarter figures were million in sales and million in costs from gas processing facilities that were not reported in the comparable 1986 For the first six the loss was or per compared to a net income of or 13 cents per during the first half of Without the second quarter charge of million and excluding the losses from discontinued operations of the loss for the first six months was or 44 cents per Six month revenues were down from million in the same period last Six month figures from 1987 included million in sales and million in costs from gas processing facilities not included in Get it off your chest in on the Opinions Page in the HvpaldZeitung Mommy tell Daddy to talk to United National Real Estate big garage tool shed Tamarack Shores Timbered 2 like immense great stone such a deal exclusive Best 20 unrestricted just off Such Financing Grab It per 2 8 all in cattle United National Real Estate John Sarah Pierson 9354515 UPER IDEWALK ALE Original Marked Price Friday and Saturday Only Summer Clothing Accessories Missy Sportswear Sportswear Mens Summer Pants and Tops Ladies Belts and 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