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 Stocks ACROSS 1 I and point 5 Tannin source 9 Readjust 14 Peanut 15 Always 16 Omit 17 of Man 18 Avalanches 20 of Araby 22 Potential 23 1opper 24 Strange 25 Stereo feed 26 Barn sound 27 Kitchenware 28 Joker 31 Junior 34 Card game 35 Man s name 36 Adjoin 37 Sailboats 38 Barracuda 39 Dash 40 Spills 4 I Brants 42 Pipe Citing 43 Devours 44 Earn 45 Below pre! 4 7 Humans 48 Bikini piece 5 I laura Can 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 I stuary 4 N**ckwear *■ Woodworm 6 Shun Estimate 8 Haven 9 Backslide 10 Upper crust 1 i Hit obliquely 12 Fast of 13 Ordeal 19 Attitudes 21 mon' 25 Containers 26 Equaled 27 Coast cities 29 Son of Zeus <0 Turnstile * 1 Mantle 3? Genesis boy 33 Copy PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED L A p p G A S>. 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I    ¥ Aal Mar' AR IV; i* mmmm esm-sos you OII CHANGE & LUBRICATION ANO STATE INSPECTION more -SOT 8 6 BEHIND COURTYARD SQUARE pennzoilI 629-3350 A % I uh*, Ii b HOS' >k MIM TI TOH* ! bdl bt tS V A HI I I t N    I Eye Openers By Dr. Henry Hull CROSSED EVES The term crossed eyes raters to an eye disorder in which the eyes (Jo not point tru* san e T ectu Must ases f fosse I eyes are correl, ted in early hi id hood before the hild is Si* yeaisoid Parents or grandparents are generally the hist ones to notice tfiat a young child s eye is turru y -ut or turning in bim e crossed eyes are not outgrown in most cases the child should have a complete eye e»amination right away Treatment sh u t start as soon as possible It crossed eyes are left uncorrected a Mila will suppress yision in one eye to avoid seeing double images The brain learns to disregard the image born the weaker eyes and that eye wul become largely unused When cross eyes are treated and corre ted in early - hildhood the correl lion is usually permanent and the eye no longer wanders ob Since cross eyes may be caused by the failure of the eye muscles to coordinate one method o* treatment is visual training teaching the patient to coordinate eye muscles Glasses afe sometimes used to enhance results Surgery is suggested only when other methods of treatment are inetfec (ive It you suspec t that your child suffers from crossed eyes an e*ammation is in order Brought to you as a community service by Dr. Henry Hull 147 Fredericksburg 625-5714 NKW YORK AP Morning stin ks High U>\x Last AMR Corp id • i 637, 64 a Ameritech s 87 S. 8*i i 87 AMI Inc 20 L 20 20*, Vin Motors 4 M 4‘ 4! 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I ll Hull t'uuntn. - I,    thrti    month V Eli* I lh s > I-.    u,, inn st    M i nu f, uh    I,jus    sti rn nit t b », >*2. ‘itll IU, y 'll ll ii,iu hill*    nut    rill Ii    I J    U'ui r in    ifttl/n r    hij    b IO    /! tit    I <u    '‘hm thiuuijh b rn/a y. or In,    " a ” Sa inlay, all r.VJ.y/44 r r> * /yr" Int i p in nml 11 iL rn , rn ft* ut ,»a /y bu, finn,Mi r Si minikin '•> < hump » In bd Ihitiiii JI Ii JM, Sa ■ BrnuiMt ls, Ji ms <tUi IJJM Market resists selling NKW VOKK AP The stock market resisted a waveof selling and crawled further into record territory today At ll a rn thr* Dow .Jones average of ti I industrial stocks stood at 1574 Mi up 6 86 points That was about where it had T>een an hour earlier before losing roughly lour points bs lo to On Thursday, the closely watched index jumped 27 on points to close ut 2.567 44 its third straight record high That followed a 19 77 point leap to 2 539 >4 Wednesday which topped Tuesdays 25 83 point run to it" previous record of 2,519 77 \rnong New York Stock Kxchange listed issues advancers slightly out paced decliners with 67o issues up 603 down and 487 unchanged Volume on the Big Board stood at 67 55 million shares After seven straight sessions of gains that have added nearly bx points to the Dow Jones industry, average some market watchers would say the time has come for pullback Not only is there a strong incentive tor taking profits hut also plenty o» negative factors have not gone away ne hiding prospect" for higher it ‘etest rates trouble in the Persia! * • , : and doubts about theec once , y Others however would say that 'hut expectation provide" a Mb mg justification for more gains Profit taking did eat into the market s early advance Thursday But once that petered out buyers '•ilk over Many analysts -ay they believe *fiere is still a flood of cash out there Au:' • g to pi IU! into "til, ks Timing moM active issues on the B J Board Mean Muminum was up at ti Baxter Travenoi was up I -at 27 . and Boeing w.,- down - at Alo The N5 sp, s composite index of all o listed common -links stood al TH 67 up ti ta The American Stock Kxchange market value index was up 0 >4 at 357 61 Maxus reports loss DALLAS AP Maxus Knergy Corp Thursday reported a second quarter loss of $405 4 million and at tributed it primarily to a writedown of the book value of it- non oil and gas assets The company took a non-cash charge of $38n million against geothermal assets arid an Alaskan coal project and related technology ( L Blackburn, chairman and chief executive officer t ailed the write down consistent Aith the com puny s intent to emphasize oil and gas operations These assets have been written down to a level that will allow th** r operation for maximum cash flow without causing a drain or future earnings Blackburn "aid The reduction in the book value of the Alaskan coal properties is reflet five of delays in marketing op portunsiies lor these reserves Th* decision to write down the geother mal assets w as based on lov er expet tat.ions of prices and "fear produr tion rates " Kxc luding those charges losse" for the quarter were $25 4 million or 42 cents per share compared to a net in come of $34.5 million, or 25 cents per share during the same quarter a year ago Sales were $163 5 million compared to $155 i million for the se cond quarter a y ear ago Included in Maxus s 1987 second quarter figures were $27 million lr sale" and $26 million in costs fron, gas processing facilities that were not reported ii the comparable 198* figures For the first six months the loss was $455 million or $4 88 per share compared to a net income of $24 5 million or I cents per share during the first half of 1986 Without tfie second quarter charge of $380 million and excluding the losse- from discontinued operations of '.2 7 million the loss for the first six months was $22 million or 44 cents per share Six month revenues were $315.5 million down from $325.1 million in the same period last veal Six month figures fron. *87 included $46 2 million in sale- and $44 4 million in costs from gas processing iacilities not included in 198* Get it off your chest in FOR UM, on ' the Opinions Page in the Herald-Ztitung Mommy tell Daddy to talk to United National Real Estate $36 OOO 2 2 big yard garage b tool shed Tamarack Shores $93,500    ???? Timbered acres 2 story like new AC8tH immense great rooms b stone fireplace such a deal awaits $69 OOO 3 2 1 story exclusive area Best Terms $79 900 20 acres unrestricted acres, just off 306 Such Financing1 Grab It1 $1,295 per acre. 1 500 acres 2 residents 8 lakes, viev\ all in grass, cattie b oil! United National Real Estate John & Sarah Pierson 9354515 UPER Sui Sidewalk aALE Friday and Saturday Only Summer Clothing & Accessories Missy Sportswear Jr. Sportswear Mens Summer Pants and Tops Ladies Belts and Handbags Children Summer Sportswear Xi v. Brat, ii It-l. ( our! * ar.! I antrr MUNDAY SA TUM. AY IO • in to Sp o> SUNDAY V JO lob JO •Basti* Chs.ga Cs-ii »Vi»» •Man*. Cst J •Oat, ova. • Anis.>tsn tapas** I t.ta ivot I YI I Is.I Inti* ;

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