New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 2, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 02, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas CrosswordHera\6-Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, January 2, 1991 Page 3 Stocks ACROSS 1 Skillful 5 Lesions 10 Sorrowful word 14 -7- of Wight 15 Misdeed 16 Arrive 17 Train depot 20 Tsk! 21 English composer 22 Swim gear 23 Food program 24 Petition 25 Bring to memory 28 error 32 Adversary 33 Broad smiles 34 Scarf 35 Loony 36 Arm support 37 Next to Alta. 38 Sooner than 39 Wintry rain 40 Dressing 41 Pacific breeze 43 Is malicious to 44 •‘Bother!" 45 Outhduse 46 Say 49 Candid 50 H of HRH 53 Lettuce, e g. 56 Intrigue 57 Actor Lloyd — 58 Deserve 59 Stitches 60 Zane and Lady Jane 61 Slush DOWN 1 Earth 2 Jacob's brother 3 Dart 4 Distant: prof. 5 Made a goal 6 Praying figure 7 Go by bus 8 German river 9 Colonizing 10 Not false 11 Pork cut 12 Berserk 13 Lawmakers: abbr. 18 Wet 19 Regions , 23 Obscures 24 Publish 25 Start again 26 Hamden 27 Boundaries 28 Attempted 29 Roughly 30 Present occasion 31 Palm fruits 33 Mountain valleys PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 36 Cutting 37 Servant 39 Turf stretch 40 Exhaust 42 Nice surprises 43 Glosses 45 Apply paint to 46 Reptiles 47 Fire - 48 Retard 49 Eye amorously 50 Make well 51 Preposition 52 Tread 54 And not 55 US tax org. 1 2 3 ■ 5 6 7 8 I 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 I 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 HH24 25 26 27 ■ 28 29 30 31 32 _ ■ 33^ ■ 34 35 36 ” 38 39 40 41 42 ■ * 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 ■ |g|B58 59 60 I High [.ow Last AMR Corp 49*4 484 494 AI J.THI. 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ProclGamb 864 86 864 The Dow Jones average Of 30 PubS NwMx 84 84 84 industrials rose 1.98 to 2.635.64 bv 11 SFePacCp n 64 64 64 Saral.ec s 314 314 314 ScarsRoeb 254 254 254 a.m. on Wall Street. Gainers nosed ahead of losers in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 651 up, 619 down and 432 unchanged. Analysts said investors began 1991 in a mood of widespread uncertainty about the prospective length and depth of the slump in business activity. A survey of corporate purchasing executives, the results of which were made public this morning, showed more evidence of economic weakness in December. The purchasing managers’ production index fell last month to its lowest levels since the depths of the nation’s last clearly defined recession, in November 1982. Many Wall Streeters question whether the 1990 decline in stock prices was severe enough to take into account the possibility of a protracted recession. Among actively traded blue chips, Merck lost Vt to 89% ; Philip Morris dropped '/• to 515/., and Abbott Laboratories was down 1% at 43% . The NYSE’s composite index of all its listed common stocks dropped .30 to 180.19. Retarded woman bears son; gene test awaited New private prisons to be inspected by state officials GROESBECK, Texas (AP) — Officials arc putting the finishing touches on two new private prisons in Central Texas and are awaiting inspections from the Slate Commission on Jail Standards. The new prisons, located in Falls and Limestone counties are both 500-bed minimum-security prisons whose completion dates have been delayed several months because of rain. Tile State Commission on Jail Standards will visit the Limestone unit near Groesbeck on Jan. 8 and the Falls prison outside Marlin the week of Jan. 21, officials say. “We’ve had bad weather for four months,’ ’ said Limestone County Sheriff Dennis Walker. “This has basically been built since June I." Falls County Sheriff Larry Pamplin said workers will spend the rest of the week painting his prison, then finish installing die lock system next week. A permanent road to reach the secluded prison site will be finished by March, Pamplin said, adding that the temporary road is sufficient if business starts before then. “I would say we’re over 90 percent finished,” Pamplin said. “It’s going to be a nice facility.” Construction began last year on both units, the first in Central Texas to employ the new concept of housing inmates. The SIO million prisons were planned and built on bond funds sold at no risk to the participating counties. Under die concept, a private company manages the construction and operation and the county government makes sure everything is in compliance. LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Doctors say the newborn son of a profoundly retarded resident of the Lubbock State School appeared to be normal and was “thriving.” David Lyiui Thomas, weighed 7 pounds, 3.5 ounces at birth at 12:14 p.m. Tuesday at University Medical Center. He was delivered by Caesarean section about four hours after his mother went into labor. Maureen Dick, a registered nurse at the hospital, said late Tuesday he was "definitely thriving.” Debra Lynn Thomas, the boy’s mother, became pregnant after she was raped last spring. “The baby is a normal newborn,” said Dr. Selman Welt, chief of maternal-fetal medicine at University Medical Center. “We didn’t see any abnormality in the gross motor or sensory testing. The baby can hear you if you snap your fingers, and closes its eyes when it secs lights.” , Officials said Tuesday it is too early to tell whether the baby might have any developmental problems related lo anti-sei/.urc drugs the mother had been given during her pregnancy. “Those are possibilities,” Welt said. The mother, 33, is so profoundly retarded that she docs not understand she gave birth. She was not bom men tally retarded but her brain was damaged when she suffered encephalitis. Officials hope that they will be able to identify the child’s father through genetic fingerprinting by matching bkxxl samples from the baby and 11 men. Lubbock police have collected blood samples from IO workers at Lubbock State School and fiom Tho mas’ brother-in-law, Jimmy Woolen. whose home she visited frequently. Officials said the blood will be analyzed in a genetics screening lab at the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth and the results probably won’t be available for a week or two. Dori Wooten, sister and legal guardian of Ms. Thomas, was overjoyed that the baby appears healthy. “He’s die most beautiful baby you’ve ever seen,’ she said. “He’s so special.” “I think G<xl sent him here for a reason,” Ms. Wooten said. “He’s going to make the world a better place.” BRI1)AljVV.Vor @jt€l€k January 8th, 1991 New Braunfels Civic Center 380 S. Seguin Ave. DOORS OPEN 6:30 P.M. 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