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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 4, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS t Porridge 5 off evade 10 Polish river 14 In the pasi 15 Interlude 16 Disturb 17 Sojourn 18 Terry or Drew 19 Signs 20 Hill 21 Animus 22 Leave off 24 Appearance 26 Repressed 27 Epitomes 29 Choke 32 Dame 33 tmerges 34 Electrical unit 35 Propounds 36 Sculpl 37 Millstone 38 NATO member 39 Elegance 40 Game animal 4 1 Decagon leature 43 Morn solid 44 Refashion 45 Ism 46 Vicinity 48 Scotsman 49 Disposed 5 Writer Waugh 53 Of an area 55 Effectual 56 Implicate 57 Spring 58 Gin type 59 Slip by 60 Overfilled 6 1 Arranges DOWN 1 Greatest 2 Toward 3 Red birds 4 Attention geltmg word 5 Utters 6 Surceases Precept 8 Impose upon 9 Canoes cop 10 Prayer 1 I Furniture piece 12 Sambars 13 I eisure 2 1 Perforation 23 Greek s 25 Boat blades 26 Potbelly 7 Data entered 28 Extinguish 29 Varieties 30 Contract 31 Oldtimer PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED i E 33 Light beam 36 Musical flourishes 37 Mythology 39 Josip Bro 40 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Mousunio Coip NWAlnc IHculflilallVlin Iaiilianillc KaMiTii 1hillp Morris Kaylhwiuu Inisys torp Warner Lambert Co i 07 ji i 45 4d i 4IJ1 iu 114 7vc Wi i b7 40 as 17 41 Wi 47 il 44 Kl 70 Ui i4 44 lii 4d 67 bO llJ1 7H 7y New Braunfels lexas Friday September 4 1987 Page 3 Womens wages still lower than mens WASHINGTON AIM Women ire mnking gains in jobs and but still earn much loss than largely because of duskring in certain jobs and lack of work a government study says Census Bureau said Thursday that womens earnings climbed to 7u cents for every dollar men take up from cents in The ratio is higher among younger age the report said The report was based on a of households and used a detailed analyst of income in the most recent for hich such figures are available Among noncollege the study found that gnuipmg them into female dominated jobs seems be the major factor in holding down For those with college lack of experience was the largest followed by job But Gordon Green of the bin cans divi sion of socioeconomic statistics says the findings also may indicate progress for Were seeing some real changes in labor force participation and I think women are showing more commitment to the labor force and getting more career Green aid The number of feinalev as pen en of lull time workers rose in a number of protessiojial managerial and technical report It cites the accounting in winch females increased their share from A percent to percent between and For the same period their share ot eomputet programmers went from percent to 4n lawyers from Id percent to and managers and ad ministrators from 22 percent to 29 percent Green said the study also found that the dif ference between wages of men and women is nar rower for age groups ban older ones Between the ages ol and womei averaged K1 of men s pav while those to 41 took home on ri if mens and in the Ifi to group pay iur women was only in percent of I his mas be because younger ate study ing more technical occupations in college and spending more tune developing their careers OIK e they enter ihe labor Green said MO PAYMENTS HO FINANCE CHARGES BEFORE 1988 2DAYS Only 4 THRU 1987 For qualified applicants financing a General Electric major appliance on a GECC Revolving Charge After this 13 Annual Percentaqe Rate Finance Charge accrues with Minimum Finance A financing program for General Electric major SATISFACTION GUARANTEED 90day refund or exchange option fron Of M any MW compactor or microwave oven purchased at FOOD SAVER REFRIGERATOR NOT SATISFIED UNTIL YOU U Two Ice n Easy trays Two caDmet shelves huge vegetable bin Energy Sdver Switch Equipped of optional autociatic icemakor 17 7 cu freezer Food Saver System helps keep tood fresher longer with sealed highhumidity pan Sealed snack Energy Saver Switch Equipped for optional 30 FREESTANDING ELECTRIC RANGE 7 cu 1 capacity 9 HB cu t Ajtorndiic icenianet wMh lui crushed Aajuitably glass SIICULS doois hold gallon contdiners from Mcien waM cabinets sit on i 6cu tt cavity 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