New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 6, 1987, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 06, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS I Expanse 6 Co Inc 10 Pleased 14 Human 15 Allege 16 Kind of bean 17 Swedish isle 18 Honeycreeper 19 Gen Bradley ’0 Aggregates 22 Full scale 24 Transact 26 Tout 27 Radio part 31 Post-hole spade 32 Set of maps 33 Mentions 35 Naughty 38 Metal 39 Jefferson 40 Equine 4 1 Brunswick 42 News biqqte 43 Circuit 44 Conveyance 45 Related 47 Against 51 Experiment 52 Undergarment 54 Swamp with sound 58 Goes fast 59 image 61 Lively 62 To be I at 63 Strobile 64 AC inventor 65 Quiet 66 Grove unit 61 Chemical compound DOWN 1 Work hard 2 Water sport 3 Non-pro 4 North American 5 Infinite 6 Tappet 7 Race track 8 Send a check 9 Biographies 10 Lustrous 11 Restriction 12 flabbergast I ' Venturer . 1 Roosted 23 Traditional poetry < 5 Slow train 27 Shower 28 Exist Fr 29 Dilatory 30 Waterway 34 Asian land 15 Contest '6 jackpot 3 Colored PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED .A M E ■ S T, R A th I S A R •1 a A R I P R u‘ D E. 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O V E ‘p Y L A I r‘ A N K E Help for children The Laureate Upsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi with service committee representatives Evelyn Schiueter center and Mary Lazarme donate S^OO to Cindy Hunsucker left president of the Comal County Child Advocacy group < Photo by Ceryl Clark i 39 Abandoned 40 Interlake hikes 42 Instance 43 Optimistic 44 Pet lamb 46 Foot sutf 4 7 Pigment 48 Aplomb 49 A medium 50 Room layout 53 Timbre 55 Closed hand 56 That girl Fr 57 Adiacent 60 Once named 0 11 12 13 6 L Retail leading Houston bankruptcies nm MON XI' Local retail failure** continue to accelerate and represent Ti percent of all business bankruptcies in the urea for the -e urn! quarter of thi> >ear an ac court finn firm survey shows Ket.nl failures have risen during the most rec ent four quarters and re main near the record level at int in Hie second quarter a survey releus ed XXednesday hy the accounting firm of Price Waterhouse show-During the* second quarter of Lent 84 retail failures were reported XX bile the nullifier of (allures is in ere bu lb pm most are a*-* the .ales throw uhstanliull 12 T per. e e-tale a relatively small survey -av-»h May have im . in Houston in ut over the prior ompared Ic if th)- sear Stocks Unfed Vfutiv*! iloCtMTt Prices mixed CTC 1‘ruvidetl us Km Igu* I mal (< loup im I !M*ji «. x t lostii) venter bas ale I) ga* ites tie a- of High I ATW I lo-.- MVI .42 - ► bakerliuglu*- Ini _*t> . 25 . 35 » I oleiuun st ( 111 S -lei 4u (9 W I lee!e is1 >4 Lull** ll. 15 . bl1 F xsott 97 . 'Mf j 'N. F ort! lib . KH bb . (.VI 89 , 87 , 88 . Halliburton 4.' 41 . 42 Kempei 29 , 39 . 29 K Mal t (.!• . 44 . 45 I uhs (ll . til » IU1. Mobil >.( *. >1 •» 52 I’illhbut s 46 45 . 45' SU boll (9 4 46 19 I amis 46 * la 45' Texaco 46' i 4.) 45' VV a1 Malt 37 *„ 46 ll?' k VV I’ Pepperell (it. (it. (rf. i posted in the second quarter ut 1986 The I allure- for the second quarter of 1987 make up 27 percent of ail area bankruptcies In dollar terms real estate and construction failures continue to make* up the largest portion of busine-s bankruptcies The IO largest busine-- bankruptcies tor the second quarter all were related to real e-tate Much of this trend in real estate and construction failures can t>e at intuited to the den reuse rn occupancy * vei- Houston office vacancy rates averaged ii t percent during the se cond quarter the survey -aid Year end 1986 statistics showed an overall vacancy rateot 29 > percent The -urvey also showed on and gu-ndu-try failures iropped * > lo dur ng the -econd quarter ver-ti- TX dur he -ame *ri<*.« in p^8* and IT in th* first quarter I his result the tx*-? performance in two years I- attributable to the oil price increase during ‘he oast nine morn lls coupled with the tact that companies surviving to 1987 have been the rno-t viable competitors the tirm reported Only J per* en? o! the failure-recorded .cete oil and ga-related compared to * percent Of all business failure- five years ago percent of all failures this quarter cere restaurants and 5 per cent were manufacturing the survey showed Analysts in the banking industry expect the high rate of failures ol financial institutions to continue as bad real estate and energy loans take their toll primarily on the state s -mailer banking facilities, the firm reported Through June there have been ii Texas financial institutions closed Ko! the tir-t hall of 1987 five more Texas financial institution- have failed than during all ut 198* K.xi bange the market value <nde\ J t* I H1 4 lo lo1* J4 (laming and losing '--«***- were ut-iut even on Hic NY Sh. w-.'h T ' U| .VT down and ii unchanged Big Boa! d vu. am«- tot air* I J* ;g million shares after the first .* minutes of trading (in Wednesday ?f.«- Ss.*. Jon*-- rn dust rial- ga me* I T* * to . •».* nj -napping a two Hay <e»ii.g sneak GARY W. BIRD, M.D. tutti RONALD R. COHLE, M.D. < / / »    /»I * ll -1 i f t *i ii a rniii in t tnt ti ss < ti 11 f 11 it 111 RANDAL K. JACKS, M.D. haiti tiI*rtirt t i I ti1 sin S * r t * ‘, S '< I \ t ■ Iii ll I Uh Is, I * .ill - , x /. 11 .112* ti >5-?.;* ti ti’ •!    <;    I <:■ ■ >. ll** , * J. »C *    -    TC*    HS    J    CMq    jt Tell SOMEONE YOU LOVE THEM IN THE _H»rald-Zritung_ NEXS A CIRL XI' silk k prices openest mixed Ifiis nun mag Uh* I s.* lulu - average of O in tu-ti ai -to. k- wa- down 48 to ** I . a- of lo a 111 Ll >1 "ii XX ail street X rn u n g I# I *> a d e r 'n a r k e t IU* a-UIfluents flu Ness A OI k st«K k E bang*- - composite index wa- oft r« t., 17i ti un the \meru ab Mock SAFETY TIF SIMMER NOS Together, electricity and water can strike you dead. You ve heard the warnings before. Never touch anything electrical it yogi hands are wet Neve' ret! teve an app lance that has fallen int watt" Defore unplugging it first Never operate electrical equipment with rain overhead or water underfoot And if you re caught in a lightning storm, stay clear of water and trees Water makes an excellent conductor of elect! icity. and so do you Despite these and other warnings, over 500 people a year die from electrocution in their homes.’ Why? Because they take electrical risks with their lives. Sometimes it s a matter of not k■ owing Tooorten its simply a case of carelessness lf you re aware of situations in which the deadly combination of water and electricity can harm you. avoid them. Avoid electrical risk predicaments and you can spare yourself from any number and degree of shocking experiences. * Source lib .    s.- e* Product -d*H> Commissar. This is part of a series of informative sports developed by PEC to help you save energy and money P€D€RNAL€S electra: cooperate inc. 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