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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROtt 1 UrHpntto mantyonet 5 towel 9 Anafytli 14 Mine opening 15 Asian chM 16 toast 17 Armed force IS Chicken 20 Indigo dye 21 Llberlan tribe 22 Map features 23 Alleys 25 Silly people Snatch 29 Plus 30 Stride 34 Rifle Fertilizer 38 Terror 39 Finished 42 Casa rooms 43 Metric unit 44 The Lion 45 Supporter 46 Family nickname 47 Singer Tennllle 49 Casals 51 Roman date 54 Scrawnier 58 I love 60 Turn to liquid Not potted 63 Godot wind 64 Walking poto Margin 64 Color pro 68 Emperor 69 Dried DOWN 1 Waterway 2 Turkish city 3 Underwater apparatus 4 Designer 5 Depend on 6 Greek gather ing place 7 Lawrence River sight 8 Owned 9 Solemn words 10 meeting 11 Plum type 12 Border on 13 Natters 19 Fibbed 24 Heroic works 26 Nose 28 Bakery Item 30 Maul 31 Coloring compound 32 Mention 33 Resound 34 Santa 35 Office PMVtOUt fUZZLI tOtVID GJIIHD EJHHJU naan nramra Insurance bill to be announced Sweeping reforms to include repeal of antitrust exemption annum AUSTIN a iwwptnf inNnnn nfoiiu bill they utvrilfaii today would rtpMl the insurance industrys antitrust naaaam BHHCTR aaaata In the Mil would end the practice of using industry data on los ses and premiums to determine rates for auto sod property Attempts in the past to adopt these measures have but state Eddie DCorpus said the difference now is Ann who made insurance reform 37 Improvise 38 Juan or Eva 40 Actor Mllland 41 Snare 46 Indian garb 48 Wanderers 49 Nuisances 50 Greek letter 52 perhaps 53 Goggle 54 Thicket 55 Cognizant of 56 Spike 57 Emerald 59 Czech river 62 Catch spoken out said chair man of the House Insurance Richards said the antitrust exemp tion allows insurance companies to collaborate on setting rates and create shortages in certain types of Insurance industry representatives deny they collaborate and say requir ing the state to collect independent data will be expensive for Texas Kidnapping suspect arrested HOUSTON AP Police are investigating whether a suspect arrested in the weekend kidnapping of a babysitter may have abducted or attacked others whose drivers licenses were found in his The man was arrested picked out of a police lineup by the Norma Angelica Ramos Cam Charges were Although she was blindfolded dur ing the Campos led police to a mobile home in west Hous ton where she said the man took Some of her belongings were dis covered in the mobile as well as drivers licenses belonging to other Gonzalez said police were contacting the people who own the drivers licenses to see if they were victims of a LU1U IKM1W U1C lUUUOpper had threatened her life and the life of the family she lives with as NEW YORK SwttBeii 54 54 54 babysitter tf she reported the crime Low SterlintChoi ffA 04 04 AMR Corp SunCo 30 29 29 Campos and her boyfriend ALLTEL TNPEnt 20 20 jo fallen asleep early Sunday in his TemDUni 37 m a vacant The two AoStores Amer 49 48 48 awakened around a by a Texaco 61 60 60 armed with an automatic pistol Texaiind 19 19 19 banged on the car window with 42 Armcolnc THE Util 3714 127 Texiron 30 30 30 The boyfriend told police the Tyler 3 3K 34 forced him out of the made usx Corp 29 29 29 lie face down in the back BeltAUani BellSouth Beth 53 53 UaCarbde 19 m 19 took his clothes and car Si S 38 38 TTie guiman thai forced Borden UnitTech 47 47 47 pos into his parked about 90 Unitelt 24 24 24 Unocal 26 25 WalMarti 36 35 i 29 29 On POn Woolwthi 34 34 34 ATiCtll Coastal Xerox Cp 54 53 53 CocaCbla ZenhhB 7 7 7 QI pOlSOHing ComlMetl CyprusMn 20 Market mixed today COUld be paroled 9 NEW YORK AP The stock DcltaAirl market turned in a mixed performance t AUSTIN AP The man con76 tofjay as traders awaited develop victed last by poisoning Dillard DowChem DreHcrlod i duPont 53 22 38 52 21 37 centuriesold Treaty Oak and tenced to nine years in prison will 38 The Dow Jones of 30 soon be considered for a state 4f4 industrials slipped to by parole official on Wall Paul Stedman was Exxon PlQyBcp Flower Ind FordMotoc QTBCp 74 16 29 15 29 But gainers slightly outnumbered len was convicted by a jury on May 10 15 losers in nationwide irading of New P York Stock Exchangelisted wiui 001 oiu oown ana Austin The tree was revered as a Volume on the Big Board came to site because historians say Stephen GnMotrB million shares at Austin signed a treaty with the GlobMar a Analysts said traders were biding 1820s Goodyear GiAUPac 52 51 their time pending any new turn in the ETf Loccued 52 course of the war against March left about Saddam Iraqs the live oak tree will be cut off Housllnd DM 138 135 declared in a special radio message city officials that he had no intention of Authorities never were able determine a vJLTVCp Uttonlnd vjLooeStar 82 4 81 82 4 Sunday Thursday and Friday Maxui by New Braunfels 707Landa or Drawer MayUM New Texas Second Class postage paid by New HeraldZeitung at New Mouanto SULLENS and Publisher GREEN LONE BEASLEY Editor Advertising Director DuVALL CAROl ANN AVERY PanhECp Penney Manager Circulation Manager PepBoyi Phelpt REININGER GUS Manager Pressroom Polaroid delivery in Blanco and Kendall counties PubSNwMx SPcPacCp delivery six 90 one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three six one SaraLee i O K mtffO a if outside Texas six one SeartRocb you have not received your newspaper by Tuesday through by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Send address changes to Drawer New Subcommittee passes Senate ethics bill to full committee AUSTIN AP A Senate subcommittee has pissed an ethics bill that among other require lobbyists to disclose their The Senate State Affairs Subcommittee on Elections and Ethics late Wednesday passed the measure on to the full committee on a 50 The sponsored by Bob would limit lawmakers honoraria prohibit most lobbypaid trips for legislators and forbid state regulators from accepting transportation and entertainment from the industries they The measure would also mandate that lobbyists who represent clients with conflicting legislative agendas reveal that to the clients and set a limit on the worth of gifts lobbyists are allowed to give The subcommittee also approved a resolution calling for a constitutional amendment creating a bipaitisan ethics This is a very strong bill were sending into Its got a num ber of muchneeded and were behind Tom director of ttiblic said after the measure was passed late Other procoMURMr provisions in the bill would require insun panto to pty tefhtautt claim wi a month or face and ban umayaufei from cancelling insurance after the poUcyhoMer has made one In the bill would mcreate penalties against fraudulent Another provision would repeal a law that has allowed the states largest insurance companies to sell homeow ners policies that are not bound by state board Nearly half of all homeowners poli cies hi Texas are held by these so called Lloyds which are subsidiaries of State Allstate and other large We are going to make a nuuVv push and will try to get as much of the legislation as we Cavazos Americas Master If crabgrass is a ap ply any premerge and water with 1 cup liquid 1 cup hydrogen peroxide and 2 instant tea as early in the spring as Shade Live green Arizona silver maples and red maples grown in Mature specimens shown Your packaged rosebushes in many beautiful other slow growing careful ly cultivated in Grow well in shady Mature shown Boston ferns or golden pothoa in 10 hanging bas Welcome addition to your indoors or Mature specimens shown Lawn And Garden Items Available Only In Larger Kmart Stores Nursery Stock And Bagged Items Available Only In Stores With Garden Center Kmart 122412 formula for Ortho WeedBGon ormu lated for southern Kills dandelions and other Indian Attrac tive flowering evergreens with stalked In Mature specimens shown Sphagnum peat Soil conditioner helps loosen hard clay 4 ORTHO Ortho UpStart plant Stimulates root development in Pine bark mulch helps soil retain Makes attrac tive ground 3 On Sale 22 Thru 24 Available At Your New Braunfels Kmart Garden Center Have a service to sell Advertise in the Business Directory of the HeraldZeltung Classifieds Call 6259144
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