New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 31, 1987, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 31, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword Herald-Zeffung New Braunfels Texas    Thursday December 31 1987    Page    3Tanker car explodes; injuries reported ACROSS 1 Vessel 5 Loud sound 9 Fair booth 14 Celestial being Fr 15 Novelist James 16 The Neth 17 Latvian city 18 Uneducated 20 Beetles 21 Elec unit 22 Listener 23 Old d>rks 25 Improvise 27 Gash 29 Signal OK 30 Allurement 34 CPAs in Can 36 Clio s sister 38 Over 39 Gate crasherj 42 Stage show 43 Beginning 44 Practitioner 4*' I et it stand 46 Opp of syn 4 ’ Ground cover 49 Bee? serving St Back pref 54 f alture 58 Alley ' 60 Steel piece 61 Pro-Fnglish doting 63 Gloomy Dean 64 Dart 65 We Forget 66 Bus Ed sub) 67 Flavors 68 Roman date 69 Spanish artist DOWN 1 Lyricists 2 Tear maker 3 Warlike 4 Raise nap on cloth 5 Topknot 6 Masher 7 Having good motives 8 Wreath 9 Farm animals 10 O Hara home 11 Culture medium 12 instrument 13 Smirk 19 Dull sound 24 Kitchen tem . 6 Merchandise 28 T of TNT 30 Ar til ie 31 Obstruction '2 Skills 33 irritant 34 Canine* PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED ST RI A °l ■ p O' C M | c' a' s J] A O' s' E I e' V I I x] I a’ l' p. 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'r I |« ’n *R ’e I f 'l ‘m ‘e *R- B ‘e ‘s ■ I 't *E 'n I P ‘e E ’m ‘s' LONGVIEW (APi — People were thrown against walls and floors when a railroad tanker car exploded on the outskirts of this East Texas city. injuring at least two people derailing adjacent rail cars and damaging buildings up to six miles away. authorities said The blast occurred at about 6 15 p rn Wednes day on a tanker containing what is believed to be butane at the Rescar Inc plant on the city's south side police Sgt Ralph Hicks said "It was not a derailment.” he said ”It exploded and we don t know the reason for the explosion I got one report it was butane in it but we really don t know what was in it Laura Chasteen I? and Rhonda McFadden, 22 both of Gladewater were trteated for minor in juries suffered in the blast and released from Good Shepherd Hospital, said hospital spokeswoman Karen McJimsey “I thought somebody had thrown a bomb said Chasten who with McFadden were working at the Gregg County Humane Society's animal shelter near Rescar Authorities don’t know the cause of the blast and won t know the full extent of the damage until to day. Police Sgt Alfred Yarbrough said ‘ There are quite a few buildings within a mile of the blast that were damaged pretty heavily walls caved in and windows shattered.” Yar brough said Several railroad cars next to the tanker were derailed by the blast he said The explosion sparked a fireball that was seen in Gilmer 28 miles away. but the flames were quick ly extinguished. Yarbrough said Nevertheless, authorities closed roads in the area and evacuated people in a square mile sur rounding the site for a few hours just to be safe Hicks said Residents reported windows blown out all over the city of 63,000 about I to miles east of Dallas and reports indicated severe damage to businesses surrounding Rescar a company that refurbishes railroad boxcars Darrett Crenshaw said be was handing $5»0 in several bills to his brother. Bobby when the expkk sion shattered the sheet metal building that is the family’s appliance store The money just blew away ” Darrett said “The doors caved in and it was over The lights went out and the whole thing Jidn t last three seconds ” Charles Lee who w as working in the back of his furniture store store when the explosion occurred said the force “popped him up against the wall It was a big white ball of light and the concussion came. he said Jim Martin a trim shop owner said windows were blown out in his and neighboring businesses ■ This will be good for the glass business.” he said There s not enough glass in Longview to take care of this 35 Dill herb 37 Expiate 38 instructor 40 Eccentric 4 I jade or sard 46 Bomb Type 48 Sequence 49 UK natives 50 Pandemonium 52 Sever tv Appeals court upholds freeze of assets I? I i \ i ; * ! I........, I L ■ "... __i 53 Odorous 54 Speedy 55 Peru native 56 Con**! 57 Drudge 59 ugnt blows 62 Khan NESN ORLEANS AP A federal appeals court ruling upholding a freeze on the assets of six former Texas savings and loan executives accused of financial wrongdoing is being hailed by federal thrift regulators We art* pleased that the district court has been affirmed said Jack I) Smith deputy general counsel for the Federal Home Ixian Bank Board This case is significant because it upholds the Federal Savings and l>oan Insurance Corporation s right to obtain a freeze of the assets of peole who have wrongfully profited at the expense of a savings and loan These people will not be able to dispense their ill-gotten gains out of FSLlC’s reach before we are able to obtain final judgment against them Smith said A **/•**• judge panel of the 5th I s Circuit Cr art of Appeals sent the c ase back to the I S District Court for the Northern District of Texas with orders to modify the preliminary in junction The order covers Richard A Little Patrick L Malone John G Smith Patrick G King Woddy F lemons and John \ Hill former officers and directors of Vernon Savings and l/)an Association The FSLIC is suing the six men and Don R Dixon for millions of dollars in damages charging them with illegal lending practices self-dealing and improper financial accounting including fudging Vernon's books to conceal their wrongdoing and justifying exorbitant salaries and bonuses for themselves based on th** nonexistant profits their books showed Dixon is not covered by the freeze order because he and his company Dondi Financial Corp have filed a bankruptcy petition In its ruling the appeals court noted that the FSLIC has the right to pursue an equitable cause of action allowing it to obtain an injunction freezing the defendants’ assets The preliminary injunction ordering the freeze on assets was granted to FSLIC as receiver for Vernon on June 29 The six defendants appealed that decision to the 5th Circuit Texas teen-ager admits involvement in deaths ♦ ♦ Stocks NL W Muf ti NMB i i V *■ i VV •HK VI -’.anis *r T4T Arx Art An Arr Ar VLK* hfld Hiirrlli^t n H a ? v T v x ax n Hru Allan HritSouth * Hem -vtre K.»f kv. t atrrpnr I miri t t Yiev rom t "hrviuer i i i<a»t ai x i ca at oia t oiefTvar. 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Three Days of Fabulous Savings -1/3-1/2 off Every Item in the Store Thurs Dec 31 Sat Jan 2 Mon Jan 4 130 S Seguin The family of Juan P. Rangel W ish to thank the follow mg for all the food, flowers, donations and support A B Fire Dept ambulance staff. Dr Williams and the F R staff at McKenna . Antique Dealers Assoc of A B Father John Flanagan, Brother Hausfrauen, staff of Zoeller Funeral Home and our many friends With loving memories, Vicky. Roland. Rene. Norma Herald-Zeitung New year ALL PATTERNS extravaganza! ND NOTIONS INCLUDED 2 DAYS ONLY s. h> H. rut,! /, \, ll. \, 111 I IO KH I SO H I \htur ll nd Pubhtht r w WHA LASA IIH Ii tmy Mmay ny1 .litti. It Flit >H OI I I It Af A \ < A (ifftr* Munay. r " tx/a lit I HH Af* fad At/ • rfittmg (/.«*mg. ( HIH)! lK\ 4/ I I Ult it tx. J Mir 1 \h>ti winy r,H utahan Ma .agt r M Midi/ I HMH KHI ut Ctmptmhm Fur. man bf" Ft HF! I'r. 4* rim th Fur* SAT. JAN ‘    OUR COMPLETE SELECTION OF QUALITY FABRICS ENTIRE STOCK OF FABRICS, NOTIONS, AND PATTERNS 25% Off* •Except Special Ordered Fabrics Just think! You can buy any fabric in the stork at great savings during this fantastic sale. Come early for best selection. I arri, r tit h< try m Comal, liuadalupt. Hag* Blanco tint/ K.ndall rovxftii (hr., month* Sit) IS. »u muntki SI? vu. •**■* v* ar S *2 >• ■ ut ( if*.-** <» IhiCuunt t ca nut r dtlivtry only-    rn    un    th -    V*    ar    127(1v Mu tit h< try uu Im ult (urn al (<>unty. in J.iua tkr.t mouth* Sin in s>x u /nth*, SSi. unt yt ar. Sri Mail uat*iJ. I. Kit xu month*. StJ <•>,, ytar. 11 H you kilt. nut r.t.i-.tl your ncu tpa/n r hy 5 SU /* rn l„,ulay through Frulay, or by 7 SII an Sunday, call b'2S ar bhd I9tn> by ' /< >*« and ll u.n, , ntpretii'tly Puttmatt.r St md addr. >» . hang. » to F a llrqutr Sll'tJd \. t. Hrauntrlt Th at ?*I31 ISI* A WondeOu Nru. 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