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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 12, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS 1 Pluckier 6 Reno's rival 11 Bus. abbr. 14 Decamp 15 Marble 16 Disfigure 17 Tampers with 19 Prior to: prof. 20 Obstacle 21 Faction 22 Parents 24 Coarse grass 26 Most sensible 27 Non-hero 30 Moves fast 32 US president 33 Disdain 34 Stupid one 37 Iranian: abbr. 38 Body part 39 Farm building 40 Slump 41 Individuals 42 Traveled 43 Unlocked 45 Alcove 46 On horseback 48 NW African 49 Mountain range 50 Grime 52 District 56 Fish 57 Eternal 60 Lily: Fr. 61 Displeased 62 German state 63 "Help!" 64 Quip 65 Glacial ridge DOWN 1 Jewels 2 Ladd or Arkin 3 — Lisa 4 Witty sayings 5 Agt. 6 Sound 7 Mild oath 8 Attendance 9 Swallowed 10 Meeting 11 Awesome 12 Nostrils 13 Heraldic emblem 18 Spent 23 Ism follower 25 Hesitation syllables 26 Information 27 Big letters 28 Theaters 29 Militant deity 30 Burn 31 Pros and — 33 Pivot 35 Pub servings 36 Pea PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED containers 38 Type of bell 39 Plato’s tutor 41 Feelers 42 Old auto 44 Pastry 45 Roster 46 Fence parts 47 City near Palm Springs 48 Musty 50 Vend 51 Soviet city 53 Danger 54 Noun ending 55 Ripener 58 Through 59 Pronoun 1 2 3 4 I 6 7 8 9 IO ■ 11 12 13 14 I 16 17 18 19 20 ■ 21 ■ 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 J ■■30 31 32 ■ 33 i ■ 34 35 36 37 ■ 38 ■ 39 40 _ ■ 41 _ ■ « 43 44 ■ 45 46 47 ■ _ ■ r 49 _ ■ poi 51 ■ I2 53 54 55 56 ■ 7 58 59 60 r ■■62 63 I r IBB 6 5 Stocks NEW YORK (AP) -Morning slocks: High Low Last AMR Corp 5T4 56% 57 ALLTEL Cp 3914 39 39*% Amenta* 65*4 65 65% AmS lores 75% 74% 75% Ama TAT 34% 33% 34 Amoco 54% 53% 54 AndafcPlr 28 27% 27% AAU 19% 19% 19% Ann co loc 5% 5% 5% AURicMld 129% 128% 129% Baker II ujh 27% 26*4 26% BancTexas 5-16 5-16 5-16 BcllAUan ■ 48% 48 48% BellSouth 52% 51% 51% Beth Steel 14% 14% 14% Borden 4 34% 34% 34% Catcrpilr 55% 54% 54% Cen lei 32% 32% 32% CentSo West 42% 42% 42% Chevron 75% 74% 74% Chry da 15% 14% 14% Coastal s 32% 32% 32% CocaCola s 52 51% 51% Coif Film 74% 73% 74 ComlMetl 21% 21% 21% Cyprus Mn 23% 23 23% DallScniiLD IO 9% 9% DeltaAiri 75% 74% 74% DigiulEq 78% 76% 77 Dillard 104% 102% 102% DowChcm 53% 52% 52% Dressalnd s 25% 25 25 duPoot 31% 38 38% EstKodak 45% 45 45% Enscrch 19% 19% 19% Exxon 56% 55% 55% PlQyBcp 5% 3 5 FI ow a In d 13% 13% 13% FordMotor 34 33% 33% GTE Cp s 31% 31% 31% GnDynam 24 23% 23% OfPct 68% 67*4 68% GenMiUs s 56 54% 55% GeaMotors 39% 39% 39% GnMoliE s 42% 42% 42% Glob Mar a 4% 4% 4% Goodrich 43% 42% 42*4 Goodyear 23% 23% 23% OtAilPac 54% 54% 54% Gulf StaUt 11% 11% 11% llaliburtn 31% 50% 50% HousUnd 36% 35% 36 IBM 129% 127% 127% IntlPapa 61% 61% 61% JobnsJhn rn 8TA 88% k Mat 39% 39 39 Kroga 22% 22 22% vjLTVCp 2 1% 1% Liana lad 84% 83% 83% vjLuncSiar 5% 5% 5% Lowes 31% 30% 31 Lubyss 18% 18 18 Max us 9% 9% 9% May DSI 53% 53% 53% Median ic 113% 112% 112% Mobil 64% 63% 63% Monsanto s 59% 59% 59% Motorola 62% 61% 61% NCNBCp 30% 30 30*% Navistar 4 3% 3% Nynex 76% 75% 75% OryxKngy 38% 38% 38% PacTeksis 42% 41% 41% PanhECp PenneyJC 15% 54% 14% 54% 14% 54% PepBoys 11% 11% 11% Phelps Dud 67% 67% 67% Philip!1* 27% 27% 27% Polaroid • 27 26% 27 America 31% 31 31% PtoctGamb 85% 84% 84*4 PiibS NwMx 9% 8% 9 SFcPacQi • TA 7% TA SaraLee • 37% 37% 37% ScasRoeb 32% 32% 32% Shaw in Wm 45 44% 44% SmthBdnn 70% 70 70 SmthBch aq a 60% 39% 60 Southern Cb 27% 27% ITA SwatAM a 26% 26% 26% SwstBell 54% 53% 53% tar ling Ona 6% 6% 6% SuaCo TNP Em Tandy Tan pl Ini a Taineco Texaco Texas lad Texas In a Tex Util Textron USX Corp UnCartxk UnPacCp US Wests UaitTech I 'n lie I s Unocal WalMart s WeslghEI s Woolwth s Xerox Cp Zenith E 33% 33% 33% 19% 19% 19% 33% 33% 33% 37% 36% 36% 49 48% 48% 63*4 63% 63% 20*4 20% 20*4 43% 41% 42% 36 35% 35% 30% 30% 30% 30% 30% 30% 19% 19% 19% 74% 73% 73% 38% 38% 38% 50% 50% 50% 25% 25% 25% 28% 27% 28 36*4 36% 36% 29% 29 29 33% 32% 33 58% 57% 57% 9% 8% 9 Market lower NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market slid lower today as investors awaited fresh evidence to support the market’s rise in recent weeks. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials fell 6.69 to 2,932.67 in the first VA hours of trading. Volume on the Big Board came to 65.71 million shares at 11 a.m. on Wall Street. Declining issues led advances, with 739 down, 509 up and 534 unchanged on the New York Stock Exchange. The Dow Jones average lost ground in the last three trading sessions as investors cashed in their winnings following a sharp jump in stock prices last week. After the Dow briefly hopped above the 3,000 level on March 5, investors pulled back and ’’began to look hard at the fundamentals and the economy to justify where we are,” said Charles Jensen, chief technical analyst for MKI Securities Corp. “They want more evidence.” Jensen added that investor enthusiasm also was dampened by an interview published today with stock analyst John Mendelson, who advises that now is a good time to sell stocks. JOHNNY DEPP in edwiird 5CI550RHAND5 .inurn.    fc-ui Mon. - Frl. 7:00 9:10 Sat. • Sun. 2:00 4:10 7:00 9:10 TTT* it niinimilZ MERMAIDS Fire stories stress need for smoke detectors By STEPHANIE FERGUSON Nawa Editor Fire officials are saying a smoke detector could have saved the lives of three children killed this morning in a Galveston house fire. This fact points to the obvious benefit of a smoke detector program offered locally by the New Braunfels Fire Department, says one official. “It’s the cheapest form of life insurance that anyone can buy as far as I’m concerned,” said New Braunfels Fire Department Lt. Robert Reed. “It makes the difference.” In 1990, the New Braunfels Fire Department kicked off a smoke detector program aimed at getting smoke detectors installed in the homes of senior citizens. Fire officials are installing the detectors free. The program currently is open only to senior citizens who are at least 60 years old and own their home. Persons living in rented homes do not qualify. “We’re disappointed because more people are not taking advantage of it,” Reed said. “We have many smoke detectors that we are ready to install and all we need is a phone call from the citizens requesting it.” According to the Associated Press today, 26-year-old Mary Wilson and her three children, ages 7, 9, and 5, were living in a two-story house without smoke detectors. All three children were killed after a fire broke out in the downstairs area of their home while they were sleeping upstairs. The mother is in critical condition at a Galveston hospital today. The fire damage was contained to the downstairs area, with only heavy smoke damage upstairs, according to Galveston Fire Chief Willie Wisko. “It’s aggravating because for $9.95 they could have had a smoke detector in their house,” Wisko said. “If they had one, they might have stood a chance of getting out of the house. There could have been three people still living today if they had. It’s sad.” For more information about the local smoke detector program, call the New Braunfels Fire Department at 625-3811. “You’re protected any time you are in the house (with a smoke detector),” Reed said. “All you have to do is change that battery once a year." Math teacher seeks post on CISD’s board A math teacher in the Schertz-Cibolo Independent School District is the fourth person to file for a position on the ballot in the May 4 Comal ISD board of trustees election. Bryan W. Kraft of New Braunfels filed Monday for a three-year term on the board. Kraft is a 1965 graduate of Canyon High School and a retired United States Air Force lieutenant colonel. He currently teaches math at Samuel Clemens High School. Other persons filing for a position on the May 4 ballot include: incumbent trustees Tom Potter, board president Lee Ikels and Clay “Spud" George. HeraWZettung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, March 12, 1991 Page 3 Safe bet Presenting a check for the Lafarge Corp.’s $500 donation to New Braunfels’ Safe City Commission, represented by Mike Grist, left, is Herb Schnieder. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) U.S. armed forces could keep higher profile in gulf Births Out of town John and Ann Froelich of Waller; 5-pound 14‘/i -ounce boy; March 6 in Tomball. Grandparents are Virginia Froelich, the late Joseph Froelich and the late Louis and Carmen Fiebrich; aunt is Mary Riggins of New Braunfels. UPHOLSTERY CLEANING ^TiBIHrS CLEANING tlll (ft, services em» Stowlf tnt lh Courtly Ant Sacs 1972 By PETE YOST AModaUd Presa Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — The Army may keep a command center in the Saudi Arabian capital of Riyadh, and American troops may train on the Arabian peninsula as the U.S. military abandons its traditionally low-key presence in the Persian Gulf. The Bush administration’s reappraisal of security arrangements following the Gulfwar could bring other changes, too, say current and former military officials. Among them: —Air Force fighters flying out of air bases in Saudi Arabia or other friendly gulf nations for a few months at a time. —Pre-positioning enough gear in the Middle East to equip an armored division or a mechanized infantry division. A half-million U.S. troops are coming home, but the Army could simply leave some of its weapons behind. “We are prepared to do more than we have in the past,” Defense Secretary Dick Cheney told reporters last week. “The security system failed” when Iraq invaded Kuwait last August, he said. “I think for the time being many Middle Eastern states will welcome an American air presence,” said retired Air Force Col. Alan Gropman. He envisions a “small, deterrent, caretaking” force. The military’s Florida-based Central Command that ran the war didn’t have offices on the Arabian peninsula before Operation Desert Shield. But it would be reasonable to keep a permanent staff in Riyadh or elsewhere on the peninsula, a Pentagon official said Monday. Al the invitation of a friendly Arab country, the Central Command could assist in the coordination of joint training exercises, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity. “A skeleton crew of 75 to HO” would be appropriate, suggested retired Army Col. Mike Stupka, a former Pentagon planner who helped establish the Central Command. There is a precedent for joint military exercises in the Middle East. Egypt, and the United States conducted them in the 1980s. The Navy could station more ships in and near the gulf. Before Iraq’s “TCBV" like LimatrfK im \ufmrl, Yogurt Floats 99* 208 N. 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Newspaper clip preservation may require de-acidification By JANINE GREEN Managing Editor Whether pasted to scrapbook pages or tucked into a photo album, you’ll probably find that newspaper clippings just a few months old have yellowed and begun to curl. “The easiest way to save a clip,” said Iris Schumann, archives chairman for the Sophienburg Museum and Archives in New Braunfels, “is to make a photo copy on acid-free paper. That way you maintain the information.” If, however, you are trying to preserve a number of clips or save entire editions of the newspaper — such as those containing coverage of the recent war or the upcoming Youth Show — de-acidification may be necessary. “You can de-acidify your newsprint in some really easy ways including dipping the paper in a club-soda solution,” Schumann said. Professional-grade solutions, including a spray, also are available. After the paper is dried, “the next step is to encapsulate it.” Polyester sleeves in a variety of sizes are available from many office or photographic supply establishments, she said, or “the polyester material can be purchased on rolls and used to create a sleeve in the size you need.” lf ridges still develop rn the paper, “you can take it and crush it,” Schumann said. “You may see the marks of crushing (the clipping), bul the encapsulation keeps it in place. This is a good way to preserve most paper products.” Schumann, a professional archivist, leaches occasional classes in preservation through the Community Educauon Program, organized by the Comal and New Braunfels independent school districts. invasion of Kuwait, four or five U.S. ships were assigned there. An aircraft carrier battle group and shipboard Marine units will operate more closely to the gulf than they have in the past, suggested Harlan Ullman, a former Navy officer now at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Six carrier battle groups were in the gulf and the Red Sea for the war. It will take a long time before the naval presence approaches pre-war levels, a Pentagon official said. Most of the burden of a regional security force will be borne by Mideast nations themselves. Some 38,500 Egyptians will remain on the Arabian peninsula, forming the core of a permanent force. The character of a permanent U.S. presence is a sensitive issue in Saudi Arabia and other gulf states, which don’t want to be accused by political opponents of bowing to Western colonial interests. Secretary of State James A. Baker III discussed security arrangements with Saudi officials last week. 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