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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS Booty 5 Shore op 9 Battery 14 Currant 15 Harangue 16 Bulging 17 18 typing nono 20 Cleave 22 Sibilates 23 Solidity 24 Perception 25 Equines 26 Espouse 27 Make better 28 Doctrine 31 Money depositories 34 Clearances 35 Unclose 36 Bassinet 37 Exhausted 38 Peeve 39 River to the Rhine 40 Hangs fire 4 1 Squander 42 Gun pellets 43 Old clothes 44 Heel 45 The ones over there 47 Relative 48 Outshine 51 Trouble 53 Weapons 55 Of speeches 57 Vicinage 58 Palm fruit 59 Bayou 60 Window part 61 Rutabaga 62 Pitcher 63 Limerick DOWN 1 Jostles 2 Strong fiber 3 Cast out 4 Desires 5 Demonstrated 6 Bird 7 Athwart 8 Through 9 Dresses 10 Care for 11 Some errors 12 River bank 13 Greek resistance 19 Apportioned 21 Makes do 25 Pack animals 26 Network 27 ML team 29 Skewer 30 Allocate 31 Wound cover 32 Horse 33 Tops 34 Burn totvto aaaaa 01OQ N 37 Harasser 36 Mirthless 40 Suggest 41 Have a desire for 44 Less ardent 46 Contemned 47 Cut down 46 Novel item 49 Anoint 50 Sacred song 51 Turf pieces 52 Animals stomach 53 Cargo vessel 54 Show wonder 56 Bartenders necessity Extension Service offering tax practitioner workshops Texas Agricultural Extension Strvicc is cooperating ith the Inter nal Hivenue m offering many Tax Practitioner workshops across the reports Julie Coma I County extension in home economics Twenty seven general workshops will be held in all major Texas The general workshop nearest this county Is in San Antonio on Nov 11 11 There will also be 15 advanced workshops offered in major cities The general tax workshops will con centrate mostly on personal taxes the advanced worksliops emphasis w ill be on business tax problems In addition to the general and ad vanced tax there will be three Partnership our Hstate Planning and Tax Form Preparation three In come Taxation of Trusts and Estates and new this year two workshops dealing with Serving Fanners in Financial Trouble The Tax Practitioner educational program has been highly successful Last approximately peo ple participated in this statewide series The practitioners reporting filing more than tax returns For additional con tact the Coma County Extension Ser 1115 for a brochure explaining more about the program and registration information Senate measure would add more 65 mph highways to list WASHINGTON AP A move is under way in the Senate to raise the speed limit tote mph on an additional 5 miles of highways in 42 states I think well pass the measures Sen Don R Okla said Thursday And even an opponent conceded it would foe difficult to stop The proposal would allow states to permit legal driving speeds of 65 mph on stretches of roads that the federal government declares meet or come close to the engineering standards of interstate highways It would be in addition to more than miles of interstate highways that Congress in April allowed to post 65 mph To be the state or local roads must be have at least four lanes and be reached only by using access ramps The roads also must be outside urban areas with populations of people or more When Congress earlier this year fought over a wider ranging proposal to increase supporters said the slower 55 mph limits were un 555 1H 35 New Braunfels EXBCLJT VI IVuNC 620SAVE will be OPEN on October 1987 for FULL SERVICE it FREE PARKINS EVERYDAY AFTER 3 iWEEKENMAUMV Texas 1987 Pages Stocks NEW YOKK AP Morning stocks AMR Corp Amerttecn s AMItnc AmStand AmerTAT Anwco Artncolnc AtlRlchfld BakerHugh n BancTexas n BellAtlan BellSouth s Beth Steel Borden Caterpllr Centel Chevron Chrysler s Coastal s COcaCola Coleman Colg Palm ComlMetl s DeltaAirl Digital Eq DowChem Dressrlnd duPont EstKodak KstKdk wl Enserch Entexlnc Exxon s Firestone FtBcpTex FstRepub Ftowerlnd FordMotr GAFCp GTE Corp s GnDynam GenElct s Gen Motors GnMotr K Goodrich Goodyear GtAlUac Gult StaUt Haliburtn HolidayCp n HollyKarm s Housllnd IBM High 94 33 91 Vs 3 56x 66 524 387 46 48v 204 I90v 31 1154 1004 67 44 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down points over the weeks first four dropped to in the first half hour of Losers outnumbered gainers by more than 2 to 1 in the overall tally of New York Stock Exchangelisted with 346 735 down and 452 Volume on the Big Board came to million shares as of 10 a m on Wall Recent increases in interest particularly in the shortterm money have prompted talk that the Federal Reserve might soon raise its discount rate Analysts were watching closely to day to see whether the Dow Jones in dustrial average could make a stand at which is widely considered a significant support level That has marked the approximate low point of the selloffs the market has encountered since late Losers among the blue chips in cluded American Telephone 4 down at 32 Interna tional Business down at and General down at General which reached a tentative agreement Thursday on a new contract with the United Auto rose to The NYSEs composite index of all its listed common stocks dropped to At the American Stock Ex the market value index was down at On Thursday the Dow Jones in dustrial average fell points to bringing its loss since the start of the week to points Declining issues outnumbered ad vances by nearly 3 to 1 on the with down and 405 un Big Board volume totaled million against million in the previous Lnljat p US West UniTel Unocal WalMart PEOPLE SERVING Newspapers exemplify that basic freedom ex pressly guaranteed by our Freedom of the Were proud to recognize and honor all the people who work in and contribute to our American newspaper West Point Peppered COMCMUTf WfST QfQMU
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