New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 21, 1987, Page 7

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung August 21, 1987

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 21, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Dear Abby Stocks Mother Frowns on Groom Short of Height and Funds DK AK A HHY The man I love has asked nu* to marry him and I accepted because I love him with all my heart and want to spend the rest of my life with him I am 22 and “Sammy" is 24 My problem is my mother She hates him for three reasons: He's short, he's poor and he's Jewish. My mother said she would rather see me stay an old maid all my life than married to Sammy I know it s only natural for a mother to think that no man is good enough for her daughter, hut I think she’s being unreasonable I am an only child and all mv mother has My father, who was short and poor, but not Jewish, left her when I was a child Abby, Sammy is a good person, hut his family is dirt poor He is working two jobs and putting himself through trade school I have a good job and know we can make it together What should I do'1 SAMMY’S GIRL DLAR GIRL: If you love him, marry him. When your mother sees how happy you are. perhaps she'll mellow. And if she doesn’t, it will be her loss, not yours. DHAR ABBY Our son, I’ll call him Derrick, is I" and lives with a w man who has two small children and - I years older than he is He is planning to marrv her when she gets her divorce Derrick seems happy living the way he is although In w,i«. raised in a ('hnstian home In this state he can get married at ! - without parental consent Derm k is a big strong healthy kid but he doesn t like to WO rk MO hi seldom holds a job for very long He has obligations at the bank for a new trui k and is looking for his * *ther and me to bail him out Should we help him financially, or let him sink or swim? DERRICK’S MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: A young man who is old enough to marry without parental consent is old enough to pay his own bills. When he knows he has to hold down a job, he will. DEAR ABBY: Thank you for your letter in The Arizona Republic stating the number of people who are paralyzed from diving into shallow water Many such tragedies could be prevented if more people knew how important it is to check the depth of the water in lakes, rivers and swimming pools before diving in An organization here in Arizona started a campaign to prevent such accidents Its slogan is “Feet First, First Time.” I have a 14 year-old son, and from the time he was very small, we told him that if his clothing should ever catch fire, he should "Stop, drop and roll'" He’s heard it so often, I am sure he will remember it and act on it should his clothing catch fire Please print "Feet First, First Time" for all people to remember before they dive Thank you HOLLY WHITWORTH, RIVIERA ARIZ DEAR HOLLY: Your message is well worth space in this column. Readers (of all ages), before diving, remember: Feet First. First Time! lls your aoctal life in • slump? lonely'* Get Abby'* booklet. “How to He Popular” — for people of all age* wend a check or money order for 12 AU and a long. stamped <3V rental, self-addressed envelope to: Dear Abby, Popularity, PO Boa 447. Mount Morris. Ill HI 054 ) Dim summer job prospects cause unemployment drop XI M IN \P The July decline in 'fie I**\,is unemployment rate was par * aby due to diM ourageii summer ut    who    gave up and dropped t>u*. of the labor force according to a state employment analyst lf l<ie\n t take long (or young pee pie t« f*ev time discouraged especial v ! thev don t have to have jobs Ha J I) ane Dobie of the Texas Employment Commission I Im- agency oil friday released its city by c its unemployment rates for ny when the statewide rate drop p**d to 8? percent from Jones 9 » percent Most of the data primarily shows seasonal trends Ms l>obie said ad ding Hut it was a bad year for sum mer jobs The construction industry and the trades which normally pro v i it a .ut of summer jobs are riot do mg welt Employment officials are en touraged tty the J <**0 additional jobs r mining industries particularly oil and gas added Ut July •.a'en •>! unemployment in the ur ’ ar .measof Iexas as announced En lay v »rte Iii for July compared FAMILY    ^4 FAVORITES,^ 140 N Casten    , v New Braunfels NOW OPEN    v •Quilt Supplies    v,' •Quality Handmade Guts V. •Monogramming •Stained Glass Come and See ... Open: 10 AM to6 PM Tues thru Sat. Phone (512) 620-4318 Bible    to pf moore God* people for the work of tervfce Church We re on the move ogoin! We are meeting in a new location 995 Mission HiUs Drive. Thank you New Braunfels Christian Academy 1 You and your family are welcome to join us for: 9:30 a.m. Worship • singing/ sharing/ praying, exposition of First Corinthians* Childrens' Church 11:00 a.m. Christian Education • Classes for all ages. A nursery is provided during both services. NEW YORK (AP) Morning stocks High Low Last AMR Corp 63 62'? 624 Amentech s 964 95 9. 964 AMI Inc 19 4 194 194 AmStand 53 514 524 Amer TAT 35 S. 35 35 Amoco 82 S. 814 824 Armcolnc 13*4 134 134 AtlRtchfld 931 * 92 S. 924 BancTexas n 4 4 4 BellAtlan 76'* 76 764 BellSouth s 43'* 424 434 Beth Steel 174 IT- 17‘i Borden 62 4 62 62 * Caterpllr 6614 65 s. 66-4 Centel 71 71 71 Chevron 60 594 594 Chrysler s 46 454 45 , Coastal s 40 391» 40 CocaCola 51 SOS. 50 -4 Coleman 41 41 414 Colg Palm 514 51 S. 514 ComlMeti s IV* 21 1 4 21 4 DeltaAirl 58 - 58 58 DigitalEq 188 185 9. 188 4 DowChem IOO j 98 - 100 s. Dressrlnd 344 334 34 duPont 131 129 s. 1304 EstKodak 102'-/ 101 • * 102 9. Enserch 24'4 24 24 4 Entexlnc 15 >4 154 154 Exxon 99 4 99 8 N Exxon wl SON 494 504 KederalCo s 43 , 43'* 434 Firestone 46 4 464 ♦64 FtBcpTex 2 14 2 FstRepub 25 244 24 s. Flowered 29 S 29 29'. FordMotr HOG 109‘4 1094 GAF Cp 564 56 ? 56 4 GTE Corp s 434 43 4 43 ? GnDynam 72 s. 724 72 ? GenElct s 664 65 ? 65 , GenMills s 62'* 614 62 Gen Motors 934 934 934 GnMotrE 49 48 ■* 48 ‘4 Goodrich 59'« 58 4 59'* Goodyear 74’, 74 74-4 GtAtlPac 42 4 42 42 9. Gulf Mat t 74 74 7 Haliburtn 41’* 41 41 •* HoitdayCp n 30'* 294 30 Houat fnd 34-. 344 34 9. IBM 175’* 174 1 j 1754 IntlPaper s John&Jn 54 S. 534 54 1041« 103 ? 103'? K mart s 46’. 464 46 s. Kroger s vjLtV Cp 37’. 374 374 4’. 4 >4 4 ■ 1 Litton lnd 103s? 103 103 LoneSta lnd 35 4 354 35 . l/owes 28'* 28 28 Lubys 31 v* 314 314 MCorp 8 I a ll 74 Maxut n 14 . 134 14 May DSI 49' 4 484 49 4 Medtronic :ob‘4 107 108 Mobil 51 4 51'. 514 with revised June figures in paren thesis included Abilene 8 5 9 5 Amarillo bb 7 2 Austin 6 9 7 5 Beaumont Port Arthur Ii I 14 6 Brazoria IU 3 < ll I Brownsville Harlingen 14 5 15 5 Brv an College Station 6 2 6 9 Corpus Christi 12 0 13 7 Dallas 6 7 7 3 Kl Paso Du 12 2 Eon Worth Arlington 7 5 8 2 Galveston Texas City ll 2 12 6 Houston 9 J IU 4 Temple Killeen 7 9 8 7 I .a relic 15 0 16 8 Longview Marshall ll I 12 2 Lubbock b 8 7 3 Mc Allen Edinburg Mission 18 u 17 J * Midland 9 2 IU 6 (KlessalUb 12 6 >an Angelo 6 3 6 8 Nan Antonio 8 3-91 ''herman Denison 8 U 8 6 Texarkana VA Ty ler 9 I 9 9 \ ictoria 8 7 lu 4 w aeo 8 2 8 9 VX ichita Falls 7 6 8 7 OTC Inc 755 Loop 337 suite D Quotes are as of doting yesterday High lX)W Close ATAT 35 4 M * 35'* BaxerHughes Int 24 * 234 24 4 Coleman 41 ■*» 4iJ 4 41 Chrysler 45 . 44 , 45 . Deere 35 . 34 - 35 * Entex 15 4 15 4 15 4 Exxon 99 97 , aa Ford HO'? 108 . no ’ GM 93* • 92 * 93. Haiuburton 41 . 40 II Kemper JI) 33 4 34 ? KMart 47 '* 46 , 47 Luby 31 ? JO*. 31 . Mobil 51 ? SO'* SI 4 Plilsburv 48 4 48 48 . MV Bell’ 41 . 41 41 s. Tandy 48 * 48 s. 48 Texaco 43 . 42 4 43 w ai Mart 42 41 cs WH Pepperell 65 • 65 4 65’, Monsanto 99 ’n 98' 2 98 , Motorola 66' 64 , 66' Navistar 8'4 71 * 8 Nynex 75’* 74 , 75 4 PacTel s 31'4 30 ■* 314 PenneyJC s 65 f>4 644 Phelps Dod 474 474 47* a PhilipPet 17', 17'2 174 Polaroid s 33 4 32 ', 324 Piimerica s 474 47' 1 47 ** ProctGamb 102' 4 101'4 IGI •* Pubs NwMx 32 314 31 , Sabine 17* 1 17'.- 174 SFeSouPac 54 53' 2 53 , SearsRoeb 58 574 574 SherwinWm 35 G 35' 4 35' , Singer Co 50', 49 » 494 Southern Co 24 234 23 2 Southland 75' 2 754 754 Sw st Be 11 s 414 4114 41 SunComp 634 63 >4 634 TNP Ent 21'? 214 214 Tandy 49 - 484 494 Templlnld s 94 . (A 2 64 Tenneco 53 , 534 534 vjTexaco 43 . 43)4 43' , TexAmBnch 104 104 IO . TexKastn :(9 , :39' 39 . Texaslnd 33 324 TI Texaslnst s 704 69 , TO 2 Tex Util 34 334 33 , Textron s 36 • 354 36 - Tyler 15* ? 154 15 ■ CSX Corp ;(9 384 384 UnCarbde 29 , 284 29 . UnPacCp 81 2 804 81*4 US West 584 ST1* 58 UniTel 32 , 324 324 Unocal 40 2 (9 , (9 , W alMart s 424 42 42 . West gh El 70; 71 72 - Xerox Cp 83 4 81 l4 83 4 ZenithK 31 , 314 31 , Market gains ground NKW YORK AP The sto< k market gained more ground today extending the advance that carried it to record highs on Thursday The Dow Jones average of Jo in dustrials rose 8.61 to 2 715 40 rn the first half hour of trading (liners outnumbered losers by more than 5 to 2 in the overall tally of New York Stock Exchange listed issues with84;( up (20 down and 527 unchanged Volume on the Big Board came to (it 38 million shares as of IO a rn on Wall Street Before the market opened the Labor Department reported that the consumer price Index rose ft 2 per cent in July Among actively traded blue chips International Business Machines gained I to 175 . American Telephone & Telegraph to 35 General Electric - to 66. and American Express 4 to ;i8 •, T he NYSE s composite index of all its listed common stocks gamed 75 to 187 79 At th* American Stock Ex change, the market value index wa" up 49 at 161 38 On Thursday the Dow Jones in dustrial average climbed 40 97 points to 2.706 79, surpassing the previous record close of 2 TOO 57 set on Mon day Advancing issues outnumbered declines by more than 3 to I on the NYSE with I 234 up 399 down and (54 unchanged Big Board volume totaled 196 57 million shares against 180 88 million in the previous session Come See Your Neighbor ALONZO SOLIZ Hvrald-Ztltung Pub lit hit d Sunday m r ’n • y lur,day Wednesday Thur* iou i*ui Knday afternoons by .V* u Bruun'*ls Htriild Publishing Co ?0m [.anda St or pi) iJrxiutr 3113 J* St U Braunfels T*sa* '*131 13J* Sri id ( la** pot tag* paid fey N*u Braunfels Herald Publishing t / at N*u b'uun'tU Tuns DA CID KH A MKH Kditor and Publish« r JIM B KBH! 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Don’t miss the bus!!^***. make your first stop of c\t'x' jSxaunftl i \ ‘-(T^j AHN *7c Q/K s Summer Wear J ^ /q OFF -k in stock \ Shorts-Shirts-Sundresses 125 N. Castell 629-6796 BIBLE BELIEVING CHRISTIANS ATTENTION:! Kru*ger Chevrolet 386 W San Antonio St Downtown New Braurde s Phone 625-3451 The Presbyterian Church in America will De beginning Sunday night worship services, with a view to establishing a congregation in the New Braunfels area. The PCA is a conservative evangelical body, committed to the Bible as the inerrant Word of God. lf you are looking for a church home where the Bible is honored and Jesus Christ is preached. you are invited to visit with us. Laurel Plaza Community Room 300 Laurel Lane Sunday, Sept. 6 7:00 PM For info call 625-6326 or 629-4222 FOODS• DRUGS Savings On The Side GOLDEN GRAIN cctgcsi Macaroni gcgAczi heddar Macaroni Cheddar WM Macaroni & (S) Cheddar A <1 Dinner    *    I for ■■ 7 25 OZ PKG Noodle Roni All VARIETIES 6 OZ PKG 10% 69 Rice-A-Roni ALL VARIETIES 5-8 OZ PKG PRICES GOOD THRU LIMIT RIGHTS RESERVED TUES AUG 25. 1987    a    Mtbtnvtu You Set What You Want a At H E B ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: August 21, 1987

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