New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 23, 1987, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 23, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword Stocks ACROSS 1 Strongboxes 6 Renown 10 Buddles 14 Aristocracy 15 Gel agent 16 Be next to 17 Bogged down 18 Dominion 20 Descendant SU ti 21 Refreshers 23 Flatten 24 Power units 26 Eastern language 28 Containers 30 Raft 31 Graded 32 Bridge feat 36 Kin of am 37 Up 38 Eggs 39 The Eastern Canada 42 Additional 44 Shifted 45 Hand tool 46 Mexican shawls 49 Burdened 50 Icon 51 Profanity 52 Mail stn 55 Discoloration 58 Kitchen garb 60 Danish length measure 61 Gaze 62 Uproar 63 Auld tang 64 Entrance 65 Has a feast DOWN 1 Partly pre! 2 Landed 3 Booze 4 Summer in Quebec 5 Made calm 6 Destinies 7 Grows up 8 Defacement 9 Bobble 10 Licenses 11 Overhead 12 Beguiles 13 Fashion 19 Greek epic 22 Wino s malady 25 Broke bread 26 School group 27 Oilstone 28 Jam-pack 29 — avis oner 30 Sauted 32 Commonwealth or Olympic 33 Wagner opera 34 State 35 Planet PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED NKW YORK AP Morning stocks ARAB 4 'fuV 37 Splinters 40 Fancy 4 1 Drank a lot 42 Expert 43 Standoff 45 Butter piece 46 Marne* 47 Ms Post 48 Poe s Toe 49 L>ght beam 51 Skaggerrak fjord 53 Mannerism 54 Monads 56 mdicaie Ok 57 Seif-esteem 59 Taro product Schedule Continued from Pa?* i A swine rntnes 6 at p m steer and lamb weigh in 8 pm midnight t ountry .md Western I Lira ♦* in i on.ai ‘ orrai “pm Rodeo Fair It de \rena and iHjtchman Downs 8pm ( running anil irttrodu-t loci of Hoi Vs i t^jeen .md ( iHirt io p rn F.xhibtt hail*, door Friday Sept 2S 1987 lop rn Exhibit h Saturday Sept 76 1987 High IX)W Last AMK Corp 55 si 547 * 547* Ameriterh s 97% 96G 96S AMI Inc 164 16". 164 AmStand 4912 49 494 A mer TAT 344 33 334 Amoco 81 * 4 804 804 Armcolnc 13'"* 134 13% AtlRiehfld 91s 90S 91*2 Bakeriiugh n 25 4 25 254 BancTexas n 4 3 s 34 BellAtlan 781. 771 * 77 4 BellSouth - 42 41 1 4 414 Beth Steel 16 St 16 16 Borden fit)1 4 58 a 59' , Caterpllr TOG 69 •» 704 I Vote! 7th 71 71 Uhev run 54*4 534 534 ( hrvsler s 45 434 44 - Coastal s « , *'a 36 4 CocaCola 49 48 . 484 Coleman 42 41 4 42 < cig Palm 48 , ITS 47'* Coml Met I - 19s 19 4 194 DeltaAirl SIU. SI 51 DtgitalEq 191 -4 188' 1894 I low< 'hem 101G MDS IOO"* Dres-rlr.d 32* 324 32 * duPont 117 * 115 * I lf- * F,st Kodak IGI v* IOO'. 101 Enserch 22 224 224 Knlex Inc 16 ‘ 4 15' 154 K.xxon ' 49 . 48 *. 48 - Firestone 46 45 14 46 . Ft Hep l ex I 4 IS Is F st Repub 22 S. 214 224 Flower! od 28 , 271* 28 * I'Ord Mot r UK . 1034 104 4 G KF t p 65 , 65 S. 65 •* • ITF Corp s 41 « 414 41 , GnDvnam TI) , 69*-. 69* »J onE'. let s 62 4 614 61 * i < ienMilh $ 574 ST . 574 Gen Motors 87 854 86 S (inMotr F 48 . 47-. 47 - (fOudrn h ‘i9 57 • 4 58 « • .nudie,, r 7, t . 69 •» 694 GlAtl Pa, 42 ■- 4. 42 * • .ult -tai t 71 * Malibu rtn N -» 19 - 59; 4 Holtdav p n '■4 * Ll 4 LU* Holly Farm t 40 M Roust lr.1 4* ■‘**2 IBM I ytf : a 1*4 IntlPapef - 501 < ♦8 . "ik) Johns.! n 95 . 14 ' i K rn .itI ' 41: - 4< ¥j * Kroger - *4 SSK ijLTK Cp 4 . I it tori ii ,1 WI1* ’.W‘ I «> , Lnr-t.i Intl J) * 15 W** I j'Wf- 25 4 24 :a * 1 Uf'V * "4 J*. Mi orp b •* 6 H* Max us n 12’. I 7 I 2 " 4 MaylfSt 42 4: I Vt Wit rom, «p Mobil 4^ % 48 o* . Vlta.sali’i. Si j • 92 I Motorola ^9 -, 68 68 *4 Sax stir Pa, I *• - Kl pmtjexj* ' a - A 4 i vetps t Mo Itv.apl I * *s ♦ 16 ! A . 4 A lo a ti, h xhibit ha! I- open to th* Children - Pet Parade Comal Count\ Fait Fairground' open to the Judging of Mal show Exhibit halls oprtj to the p rn \rrtiai of “.wire- MtllT IO a rn f’aradr IO a rn public IO a rn dii noon Noon public Noun mine* i p m Musk b> High s» rn*.* bands in t omal County I ii p rn Judging of Market steers followed bv Breeding Cuttle dii 'ton in the livest<g k bar* 8pm Rodeo in I air Rodeo Arena .md iHilchman I Km tis wpm midnight Dame in Coma! < ort a1 Bedroom Suit 4 Piece Oak Finish Keg $699.00 Budget Prices lanyktim anti McKeehan Recliners 3 Position VV allsavers Hockers Prices Start at $139 Sofa and Loveseat Herculon or Velvet Reg. $789 IHI $499    $598 N.B. Mattress Primerua s ProctGamb Pubs NwMx Sabine SFeSouPac Sears Rod) SrierwinVV m Singer Po Southern < o Southland SwstBell s SunComp TNP Ent Tandy Templlnld s Tenneco vjTexaco TexAmBnch TexEastn Texaslnd Texaslnst s Tex I til Textron s Tyler CSX ( orp Ini'arbde UnPact p US West UnlTel Unocal WaiMart s WestghRl Xerox ('p 2entthE Market resumes upward march NEW K ORK AP The stock market shook off an early spell of indecision then resumed its upward march today At ll a rn the Dow Jones average of :k» industrials stood at 2,576 86 up h 81. utter haling been down about a point in the first half hour Volume on the Big Board came to fly 78 million shares As Hie market opened analysts Mere divided on prospects for a continuing followthrough Mime said they sensed the beginn mg of a turnaround from the monthlong decline 'hat saw the Dow industrials dropping by 8 4 percent from its high of 2 722 42 on Aug 35 Hi Tuesday s close the Dow in dust rials had roc keted a record 75 23 points to 2 568 OS The prei ious 454 44-1* 444 99 * 97 , 98 4 26 4 261 v 264 164 164 164 594 561 v 594 521 . 514 514 33 s 32 s 334. 56' 557* 554 22 > 22 224 744 74 'n 74 s 42 4 41 4 42 * 61** OO 60 20 * 204 204 49 . 49 49 62 61 4 62 56' 4 554 56 4,m4 40S 40' - as 84 8* :I6‘* 354 35 4 M 4 :J4 4 34 4 75*4 754 754 314 31 31 334 3212 :J3 144 14 . 14 4 374 36 - 36 4 284 27 4 28 814 80 81* * 58 4 57 4 .58 30 294 29 * 57 a 37 37*. 17 164 36 •* 70u 69 s 704 an 4 79 * T97* 28 4 27 4 '284 record gain was 69 89 points on April 3 The rebound was sparked largely by a strong dollar iower interest rates for bonds and computerized program trading based on differences between futures options and their underlying baskets of stocks At the Minneapolis office of Piper Jaffray & Hopwood Inc analvst Brian Luedtke -.aid the early decline reflected trader disappointment with the government s figures on inflation and durable goods released early today But he said he expected the r alii to continue Other analysts, however noted the breadth of yesterday s rally was not so impressive and warned that it could easily fade without a new period of diminishing interest rates and dollar stability Among the Big Board s mostactive issues. Newmont Mining wcl> down I1* at 93 s IBM was up b at 155s and National Semiconductor was up •j at 18*4 Today s NYSE s composite index of all its listed common stocks rose ti 43 to 178 91 On the American Stock Exchange the market value index was up o *9 at 351 92 Is economy a dark ana stormy night? NEW I ORK    AP    Many forecasters during the past few year-have lost their    audience,    their redibility and maybe their self assurance by repeated pronouncements that economically speaking, it is a dark and stormy night And conceivably    suggests a    team of esteemed economists they might even contribute to a loss of relative economic health as well As perceiver    by -ome    the econorm is made of trade im balance- Third World debt federal deficits and shake banks, all in dicating we are in a dark night of the economy, trudging through a valley of gloom beneath lowering clouds But is the economic world doomed or is it a matter of perception 0 The question won t be answered for years but some folks are wondering why if things are so badly messed up the fatal lightning hasn t yet struck What is surprising Morgan Bank et onomists comment, “is that ex pressions of concern have not lessen ed noticeably even though economy performance has turned out be less troubled than had been widely ex peeled One obvious reason is that there arc real economic problems that can-no* be ignored But the terrible con -equences foret ast by many r ig reputation seers have somehow been muted or delayed or maybe even canceled CTC Provided bv Inc 77,5 Loop ii? -atle D Quotes are as o i losing ye-lerda> close High Low AT&T 33*4 33 s 314 Brunswick Corp 27-4 277- 26. < sloperInd 687* 687* 66 . Delta Air Lines 51 - 51 2 50 F ederal Paper Brd 48 48 46 - uaxo Holdings Pie It) 30 29 Great Amer 1st S\ gs 15 4 IS1, 154 ,reatAtlan Pacific 40-4 41 38-. Hercuie.' Inc- 59 - 59-4 574 Holiday Corp IU 4 34 4 33 Hosp Corp of Amer 45 '* 45 s 44 . Intern Paper 487* 49 46 > KMart< orp 4o 40 * 387. Monsanto Corp 89 89 - 86S NWA Inc 57 j 58 55 1 iccidental Petro 357 * 36 M S Panhandle Eastern 2&l-i 267* 25 4 Philip Morn- IU. 120 109 . Raytheon Co 82 82 794 Unisys Corp 44 . 44 S 42 w amer-Lambert Co 81 4 82 79 « W estmghouse Flee 69 s 69% 66 8 a m    Fairground- open to put lilt 9 an.    Judging «*? Breeding -fieep ufs*. i »<•,«: »*ntne- I oik>vw1 bi Market I,un ’ ■ edging I tvRBtock Ham tam 4 Ii an*! KF X Ram h and Pasture Identification t -mtt -t in t'oRifti i off ai 10 a rn    VII '-Mira* entries weigh rn to a m    Kl bibi! halls open to the pub! ii lpm lpm and to Opm < 'Hititri and Western Dance Mush in » omal < or tai 2pm    Hors** Rat es .4t Dutchman Downs 5 p rn    Judging et Marvel Hog division I-©Bowed bi Futurity Pig show judging in I.;ie*UM k Ham lpm    Binits in Fat! Rodeo Arena and Du* hman I towns 9pm I a rn < ountry ami We-tern dam •• in < omal i orral top rn Exhibit halls close Sunday Sept 27 1987 Ii* a rn k allround- open to the put > IU public 1 ’«» i p rn ('aunty ami Western dance ‘ omal Corral 2 p rn Horse Race- at Dutchman I vow tis .» p rn entries Release of all Livestock p rn Fihtbit hails close to I p rn Country and Western I ’alw i Comal Corral Monday Sept 28 1987 8 a rn noon All exhibitors are to i >atm their entries frond he various lepartment- OUR STM Get your holiday outfit now at a discounted price. Everything in the store now priced 30 to 60% off One Week Only Sa:e Ends Oct. 6th tNo Free Alterations on Sale Clothing) Free Gifts to the First IOO People Theresa’s Bridal & Tux Shop Courtyard Shopping    MF    ll)t>    ^at    9-5    ClosedSun    629-3636 v. * 625-5513 Aquarium 19" Final 3 Days 83rdJacobSchmidtCo Haggar Slacks The Original American Shirtwaist fi Dress rn a ^ SAT,?4* Shoes by Giovonni Heji to 58 lh) I 99 Easy fit polyester dress pants rn g r e v blue heather blue heather tan and Ecru Don’t pass up these beautiful (ail plaid! Sizes 8 18 This classic styling is perfect to! I wear with dresses or slacks Blue* blk taupe Fair Special vflwgjer Levi’s Jackets *29" 517" Reg 40 no Unisex Jacob Schmidt Co You* I axinite Department Store lex EL *wh4» « /I /IS/ Clothes Shorts s19" Keg 2^.50 Available m white blue or pink S, M. L ;

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