New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 21, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 21, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword H«raM-2Mreg New Bra***, Tm*    Thunder.    Nfourey    *1.    IMI    IInsurance bill to be announced ACROSS 1 Ungentlemanly ones 5 — towel 9 Analysts 14 Mine opening 15 Aslan chief 16 — toast 17 Armed force 18 Chicken-- 20 Indigo dye 21 Liberian tribe 22 Map features 23 Alleys 25 Silly people 27 Snatch 29 Plus 30 Stride 34 Rifle 36 Fertilizer 36 Terror 39 Finished 42 Casa rooms 43 Metric unit 44 The Lion 45 Supporter 46 Family nickname 47 Singer -Tennille 49 — Casals 51 Roman date 54 Scrawnier 58 I love: Let 60 Turn to liquid 61 Not posted 63 God of wind 64 Walking pole 65 Margin 66 Color pro 67 Golf units 68 Emperor: var. 69 Dried DOWN 1 Waterway 2 Turkish city 3 Underwater apparatus 4 Designer 5 Depend (on) 6 Greek gathering place 7 St. Lawrence River sight 8 Owned 9 Solemn words 10 Org. 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 PREVIOUS PUZZLE BOL VCO [Mi A]S] T ISI Sweeping reforms to include repeal of antitrust exemption anoa □ amu ■□□□□ anon amma □anam □mmaaomma □□□□□□ama amaao manna aaaaaB anan mamaa aaaaaaaam □an anama aaa aaananoaa aanua I mnaa aaanan aaoaa □nasa uanaaaoms maaaamnma aamaa □mao nasa aaaaa amma naaa aamaa 37 Improvise 38 Juan or Eva — 40 Actor — Milland 41 Snare 46 Indian garb 48 Wanderers 49 Nuisances 50 Greek letter 52 Parent, perhaps 53 Goggle 54 Thicket 55 Cognizant of 56 Spike 57 Emerald — 59 Czech river 62 Catch 1 2 3 4 14 17 20 23 27 34 35 39 40 42 45 MS 18 21 28 26 I # 10 11 12 13 16 r |29 37 1*6 49 54 55 56 57 61 64 _ 67 1 47 58 65 68 50 ISI [30 31 32 33 44 48 L 52 53 163 Le |69 Stocks NEW YORK (AP) -Morning mocks: Hah LOU LMI AMR Corp SM 58k 51k ALLTEL Cp WA 36k 36k Affines OSA 66 66 AmS lores re 67k 67k Aa cr TAT 34k 33k 33k Amoco 52k SIH sik AndaitPtr 26k 26 26 Ait tx irk ilk irk Arm co Inc GA 5H 6 AURichfld 121k 126k 127k Baker! lugh 25k 25 25k BaocTcxaa k k k BnUAUan • 49*4 49k 49k BellSouih 53k S3k 53H Bbs Sleet 15k 15k 15k Borden • 33k 33 33k Caterpi lr sik 49k 49k r——1 33k 33k 33k CealSo Worn 44k 44k 44k Chevron 72k 71k 72k daystar 12k ilk 12 Conge! • 32k 32 32 CbcnCok • 52k SIH 32k Coli Palm 73 72k 73 Coml Mel! 19k i9k 19k Cyprus Mn 20k 20k 20k Pal Fir trim 9k sk 9k DcknAiri 72k 70k 70k Digital! q 77k 75k 76k Dillard IOO 98k IOO DowQscm 33k 52k 53k Dreeacrlnd t 22k 21k 2ik tePoot 3rd 37k 38k Badtodak 46k 45k 45k Pnerrrh 19k 18k isk p«if 54 53k 33k ROyBcp TA 6k 74 Flower Intl 16k isk isk FonlMotor 29k 29k 29k GTE Cp a 31k 31k 31k GoDynam 25k 23k 25k ftawPlrl 61k rek 68*4 GcaMiUs t 52k sik 52k OenMotore 36k 36 36k Ga MouE I 42H 42k 42k Glob Mar a 4k 4 4k Goodrich 40k 39k 39k Goodyear 20k 19k 20 GlAilPac 32k sik 52k Oulf SuUt ilk Ilk Ilk Hnlibunn 46k 46H AOA HoiuUnd 37k 37k 37k IBM i3«k 135k 136k hdPepcr 65k 64k 64k JchneJ bn MM 7*k 80k K Mart 35k is 35 Kroger 19k 19k 19k vjLTV Cp lk I I Linen lad »k sik 82 vjLuacStar 4k 4k 4k Lowes 29k 29 29k Laky* • 20 19k 19k Max us ak ak ak May DSt 5ik 51 51k Madame 108k ire 108k Motel 60 59k 59k Monsanto $ 57k 56k 36k Motorola 6ik 60k 61k NCNB Cp 30k 29 29k Novi oar 3k 3k 3k Nyaex 76k 76k 76k QryxEagy 374 36k 37 Pac Telesis 42k 4ik 4ik PanhECp 14 isk 14 PenneyJC 33k 52k 53k PepBoys ilk ll ilk Phelps Dad 63k 62 62 PlulipPW 27k 27 27k Mould • 26k 26k 26k Cf UU GE 1141 sik 30k SI Ruff! nab IS 12k 12k PMhS NwMx 9k 9k 9k flPoPhcQp a 7k 7k 7k !—Lee i 34k 34k 34k ScartRucfc 33 32k 33 ShnrwiaWm 42k 41k 42k liman t Inn 68k 66k 66k jai Al rh aga 57k 56k 37k I mitten a Go 27k 27k 27k tNAUi 25k 25k 25k SwaB«U SuaCo TNP Eat Tm* Texico Tonlad Tex win it Tex Uifl Tata Tyke USX Carp UaCMbde UmPncCp US Ween UakTeck Umiiel a 54k 54H 54k 6k 6k SA 30 29k 29k 20k 20k 20k sik 31k 3ik 37k 37 37k 49k 48k 4ik 6ik 60k 60k 19k 19k 19k 42k 4ik 42k 37k 37k 37k 30k 30 30k 3k 3k 3k 29k 29k 29k 19k 19k 19k 77k 77 77k 39*4 38k 38k 47k 47 47k 24k 24k 24k 26k 25k 25k 36k 35k 36 29k 29k 29k 34k 34k 34k 54k S3k 53k 7k 7k 7k AUSTIN (AP)—Lawmakers tty a swooping insurance reform bill they are unveiling today would repeal the insurance industry*s antitrust exemption. In addition, the bill would end the practice cf industry data on lot* sos and premiums to determine rites for auto and property insurance. Attempts rn toe past to adopt tnese measures have foiled, but stale Rep. Eddie Cavazos, D-Corpus Christi, said the difference now is Gov. Ann Richard!, who made insurance reform a key issue in her campaign. "b’s an issue the consumers have spoken out on,” said Cavazos, chairman of the House Insurance Committee. Richards said the antitrust exemption allows insurance companies to collaborate on setting rates and create shortages in certain types of insurance. inyifuy industry representatives deny they collaborate and say requiring the state to collect independent data will be expensive for Texas taxpayers. Kidnapping suspect arrested WalMart I We Ag hi: I I Wool vW a Xerox Q> ZaahhB Market mixed today NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market turned in a mixed performance today as traders awaited developments in the Oulf War. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial! slipped 6.68 to 2,892.33 by 11 ain. on Wall Street But gainers slightly outnumbered losers in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 661 up. 610 (town and 326 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board came to 60.93 million stoves at midmorning. Analysts said traders were biding their lime pending any new turn in the course of the war against Iraq. Saddam Hussein, Iraq's president declared in a special radio message that he had no intention of surrendering. 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 home. The man was arrested Wednesday, picked out of a police lineup by the victim. Norma Angelica Ramos Campos, 23. Charges were pending. Although die was blindfolded during the abduction, Ms. Campos led police to a mobile home in west Houston where she said the man took her. Some of her belongings were disco vei cd in the mobile home, as well as drivers' licenses belonging to other people. Gonzalez said police were contacting the people who own the drivers' licenses to see if they were victims of a crime. Ms. Campos told police the kidnapper had threatened her life and the life of the family she lives with as a babysitter if rite reported the crime to authorities. Ms. Campos and her boyfriend had fallen asleep early Sunday in his car, parked in a vacant lot. The two were awakened around 4:30 ajn. by a man armed with an automatic pistol who banged on the car window with a flashlight. The boyfriend told police the man forced him out of the car, made him lie face down in the back seat, and took his clothes and car keys. The gunman then forced Ms. Campos into his car, parked about 90 feet away. Man convicted of poisoning tree could be paroled AUSTIN (AP) — The man convicted last May of poisoning the centuries-old Treaty Oak md sentenced to nine yean in prison will soon be considered for parole, a state parole official says. Paul Stedman Cullen, 46, was Cullen was convicted by a jury on May IO of pouring Velpar, a herbicide designed to kill hardwood trees, around the base of the centuries-old Austin landmark. The tree was revered as a historical site because historians say Stephen F. Austin signed a treaty with the Indians in the 1820s. The poisoning, which occurred in March 1989, left about three-fourths of the tree dead. The dead portion of the live oak tree will be cut off next month, city officials say. Authorities never were able to determine a motive. Harald-Zeltung Published Sunday morning, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels HeraldZeitung, 707 Landa SL, or P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Terns 78131-1328. Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Zsitung at New Braunfels, Texas. DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher JANINE GREEN    LONE’    BEASLEY Managing Editor    Advertising    Director CHERYL DUVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager CAROL ANN AVERY arctation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall counties: three months, $10.28; six months, $17.90; one year, $32. Senior Citimns Discount (carrier delivery only): six months, $14.90; one year, $87.00. Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: three months, $18.00; six months, #39; one year, $60. Mail outside Texas: six months, $42; one year, $70. lf you have not received your newspaper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. or by 7:30 a.m. Sunday, call 625-9144 or 656-1900 by 7 p.m. and ll a.m. respectively. Postmaster: Send address changes to P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Tsxas 78131-1328. Subcommittee passes Senate ethics bill to full committee AUSTIN (AP) — A Senate subcommittee has passed m ethics bill that would, among other things, require lobbyists to disclose their fees. The Senate State Affairs Subcommittee on Elections and Ethics lace Wednesday passed the measure on to the full committee on a 5-0 vote. The bill, sponsored by Sen. Bob Glasgow, D-SlcphenVille, would limn lawmakers’ honoraria; prohibit most lobby-paid trips for legislators; and forbid suae regulators from accepting transportation and entertainment from the industries they regulate. 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 lawmakers. The subcommittee also approved a resolution calling for a constitutional amendment creating a seven-member, bi-partisan ethics commission. "This is a very strong bill we're sending into committee. It's got a number of much-needed reforms, and we’re behind it," Tom Smith, director of Public Citizen, said after the measure was passed late Wednesday. Other pro-consumer provisions in the bill would require insurance companies to pay legitimate cUtma within a month or face penahkst. and bm companies from cancelling insurance after the policyholder has made one fat addition, the bill would increase penalties against fraudulent insurers. Another provision would repeal a law that has allowed the state's Ingest insurance cofnpiiuct to tril homcow* nen' policies that are not bound by stale bond rates. Nearly half of all homeowners policies in Texas ne held by these socalled Lloyds compenser which ne subsidiaries of Stare Finn, Allstate md other large insurers. "We ne going to make a major push and will try to get as much of the legislation as we cm,” Cavaaoe ared. center America's Master Gardsasr lf crabgrass is a problem, apply any pre-merge and water with I cup liquid soap. 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