New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 10, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 10, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS 1 Crippled 6 Bock, perhaps 10 Admitted to church: abbr 14 Lamblike 15 Poker stake 16 A state 17 " a gun!" 18 Cleaner 19 Wigwam's kin 20 Eddies 22 Be an onlooker 24 Simple 26 Noble’s realm 27 Brutal deed 31 Truss 32 Game fish 33 Jack rabbits. eg 35 Tennis shot 38 Some art works 39 More sensible 40 Put a surface on 41 "The Gold Bug" author 42 Grades 43 Subsisted 44 Next to Apr 45 Conferences 47 Auto parts 51 Toothpaste container 5 2 of the Union 54 Proper 58 Flag maker 59 Shoe part 61 Western show 62 Arrow poison 63 Mediocre 64 Rage 65 Sunday seats 66 Verses 67 Suspicious DOWN 1 Deprivation 2 Profess 3 Small: prof 4 Gigantic 5 Turn aside 6 — relief 7 Adam’s grandson 8 Day's march 9 Six-shooter, perhaps 10 Container 11 In front 12 — bean 13 — pole 21 — Lanka: once Ceylon 23 Dagger: var 25 Frome" 27 At the crest of 28 Small group 29 Part 30 U.S. soldiers: slang 34 Position again 35 Hot rock 36 Through PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 37 Bassinets, eg. 39 Sea near Bermuda 40 Evergreen product 42 Declaim 43 Generous 44 Young women 46 Sludge 47 — mining 48 Call up 49 Baste again 50 Stopped sitting 53 Instead 55 Outskirts 56 --do-well 57 Conservative 60 Dawn 1 2 3 4 ■ 6 7 8 ■ 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 I 16 17 I 18 I 19 20 ■ 22 23 24 \ 25 ■ 26 * 27 28 29 30 ■ " 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 ■ 45 46 47 48 49 50 ■ 52 53 _ ■ 54 L, 55 56 57 58 * ■ 59 60 ■ 62 I 63 I 64 65 I 66 I 67 Stocks NBW YORK (AP) -Morning stocks: High Low Last AMR Corp 58*4 58 584 ALLTEL Cp 40 39*4 40 Amcrilech 65 64*4 644 Am Store I 874 864 864 Amcr TAT 344 34 344 Amoco 5 2 Vi 52*4 524 An dark IV 25*4 25 25 Ark la 18*4 184 184 Ann co Inc 4*4 4*4 44 AURithfld 126*4 125*4 1264 Bakerllugh 26*4 264 264 BancTcxat <4 *4 4 BellAllant 49*4 49*4 494 BellSouth 51*4 51*4 514 Beth Steel 12*4 124 124 Borden 37*4 364 37 Catcrpllr ATA ATA 474 Ccntrl 33*4 324 334 CcntSo West 45*4 454 454 Che vt un 75*4 754 754 Uir>ilcr 14 13*4 114 Coastal i 31*4 31*4 314 Cue at ola t 53’4 52*4 53 Colg Palm 79*4 794 794 ComlMetl 20*4 204 20*4 (-yprusMn 19*4 19*4 19*4 DaJISemicn 10*4 104 104 DeltaAirl 69*4 69 69-4 Digital Cq 64*4 634 64 Dillard 1I3'4 1114 112*4 DowChem 48*4 ATA 47*4 Dresserind I 23*4 234 234 duPonl VTA ITA 37*4 LstKodak 41*4 414 414 Mnscrch 18 17*4 18 Exxon 57*4 574 57*4 1‘YCtyBip 4 3*4 4 How or Ind IS' 14*4 IS lord.Motor 32’4 314 32 GTE Cp • 33 324 324 GfiDynam 32 314 12 GeaElct 71*4 714 714 GcnMilli I 58*4 55*4 564 (jcnMoiofs 37*4 374 37*4 GbMouH i 46*4 464 464 GlobMax n 4*4 4 44 Goodrich 40 394 40 Goodyear 22*4 224 224 GtAilPac 53*4 53 S3 Gulf SuUt 9*4 94 94 I laliburtn 43*4 424 424 Moult bid 364 364 364 IBM 111*4 111 1114 InllPapcr 60*4 594 60*4 JohniJhn 96 954 95 K Man 425k 414 414 Kroger 24*4 23*4 234 vjLTV Cp 1*4 14 14 L lUun bid 85*4 844 844 vjl .catch tar 4*4 44 44 towel 3I’4 314 31*4 l.ubyi i 20*4 194 194 Max ut 8-4 8 84 May USI 554 544 55*4 Mod lr un ic 120*4 1184 1194 Mobil 65*4 644 644 Mon can to i 39 584 584 Motorola 58*4 514 584 NC’NB Cp 37 354 37 Naviwai 4*4 4 4 Nyncx 73*4 734 734 UryxEagy 33*4 324 324 Pm. telesis 421k 424 424 PankiiCp 14*4 144 144 Penney JC 56‘4 544 554 PcpBoy* 13 114 114 Pbelpa Dud 67*4 664 664 HulipPtt 284 274 274 Polaroid • 25*4 244 244 IT UU Cl u a 314 304 304 hwklaub 854 844 85 Pubs NwMx 94 94 94 SPtPntUp a 74 TH 74 Sat ai .aa t 404 404 404 SaaitRoab 364 36 364 Shatw taw • 234 224 23 69*4 69 694 604 604 60*4 284 ITA 28 294 IVA 29 564 554 55*4 54 5*4 54 334 33 33 20 20 20 33 324 32*4 36*4 364 36*4 424 424 424 64'4 64 64 19*4 194 19*4 41*4 40*4 41*4 374 374 37*4 304 304 30*4 34 34 3*4 314 314 314 17*4 17 {Ta 74*4 73 73 39*4 394 39*4 494 48*4 49 25*4 244 25*4 26*4 254 25*4 40*4 394 40*4 29*4 29*4 VTA 34 33*4 33*4 584 574 574 8*4 84 8 Don't let April get to you. H&R Block provides you with all the help you need vc) you can meet the income tax tiling deadline' H*R BLOCK America's Tat Team — Put us to nork tor you! 13d N. Catted Weekdays 625-3810 gff-ff" Group honors Glenewinkel’s citizenship By JANINE GREEN Managing Editor The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms recently announced that Norman Glenewinkel of New Braunfels has been selected to recieve a Citizen of the Year award. Glenewinkel, who received a certificate from the group in the mail, previously was named Citizen of the Year in 1989 and 1990. A news release for the organization attributes the Glenewinkel honor to Glcnewinkers dedication to efforts to preserve the right of the American people to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution. “If it weren’t for people like Norman Glenewinkel, our constitutional rights would have been eroded years ago,” said Alan Gottlieg, chairman of the committee Glenewinkel, also a life member of the National Rifle Association and the Texas Slate Rifle Association, said he personally fights the attitude that “guns arc bad. It’s not the guns that do bad. It’s people who do bad with guns.” “It seems like its a real popular thing in the media to point out bad things that happen with guns rather than share the good things” organizations like the Citizens Committee and NR A carry out. Fie stressed his opposition to gun control laws, including proposed 7-day waiting periods for handgun purchase, and the need for structured and mandatory sentencing of convicted criminals. Criteria for selection of the Citizen of the Year award is based on activities of individual members and include being active in local, state and national gun rights issues, writing letters to newspaper editors and contact ing elected officials or appearing for public testimony. It is not necessary that individual meet all the criteria. The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is a national organization with nearly 500,000 members as well as more than i30 members of Congress serving on a National Advisory Council. SmlhBchm SmthBch eq n Southern Co SwctAirl ■ SwstBell Strrlingdim SunCo TNP lint T«idy Tem pl Ini Tenneco Texaco Texulnd Texaslnst Tex Util Textron Tyler USX Corp UnCarMe IJnPnoCp US Wert f UakTecfc Umtel f Unocal WalMart > WertghEI • Woolwth I Xerox Cp ZenithE Market edges up NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market edged upward today, steadying after Tuesday’s selloff. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose 8.17 to 2,881.68 in the first half hour of trading. Gainers outnumbered losers by about 5 to 4 in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 543 up, 440 down and 514 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board came to 23.79 million shares as of IO a.m. on Wall Street. Analysts said investors grew restive Tuesday after it became evident that the Federal Reserve wasn’t ready to take new steps toward easier credit conditions. In addition, the market faces a test of its optimism over the next few weeks as companies make their earnings reports for the first quarter, a period of generally difficult business conditions. Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Lisa McKinnis and Carlton Neimcy-er; 917 McGar, New Braunfels; 8-pound 14-ounce girl; April 7. Correction George E. Nowotny, who donated a paid up life insurance policy to the Lions Club International Foundation, was presented a desk clock by Lions District Governor G.W. McConico. The information appearing under a photo in Tuesday’s edition was unclear. The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitun# regrets the error. May 12 Vocal Competition For Fiesta Mexicana celebration at Wursthalle Sponsored by Comal Independent Men's Association Mariachis accompanying contestants will be Rosy Y Los Muchachos and Leos de America Registration fee: $20 1st prize $100 2nd prize $50 Deadline to register: April 20 Probable 14 ar 15 person limit, so 1st came 1st serve To register, call Rosie Gallegos 629-3333 Day of beauty Preparing for “Total Day of Beauty," scheduled from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Sts. Peter and Paul Activity Center, are Mary Kay Cosmetics representatives, standing from left, Tammi Seidel, Suzanne Forrest and Lali Aguirre, and seated, Ann Kuehler. The come and go event will offer complimentary makeovers, beauty tips and gift ideas. Offering hair and nail tips will be Shay Clark of Shay Hair Studio and reoresentat-ves of The Retreat Salon. Other cosmetic consultants include Anna Lisa Bluntzer, Linda Johnson, Christie Kueh-ne and Karen Morris. (Photo by Karla Wenzel) Top stories focus on rape, social ills NEW YORK (AP) — Reporting that drew back the curtains on subjects ranging from the ordeal of a rape victim to the sad human costs of one of the big Wall Street takeovers of the ’80s won Pulitzer Prizes in journalism. The Des Moines Register on Tuesday was awarded the prize for public service for chronicling the story of rape victim Nancy Zicgcnmeyer, who allowed her name to be used in an effort to counter the shame often associated with rape. The Los Angeles Times, the St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times and Gannett News Service each won for stones that focused on child abuse and neglect. Winners of Pulitzers in the arts included Neil Simon, who won his first in drama for “Lost in Yonkers” after 30 years of playwriting, and John Updike, who collected his second in fiction for “Rabbit at Rest,” the last of his four-novel “Rabbit” series. His first Pulitzer was in 1982 for “Rabbit is Rich.” Wall Street Journal reporter Susan Faludi examined the leveraged buyout in 1986 of Safeway Stores Inc. and won the Pulitzer for explanatory journalism. She detailed the human cost of the supermarket chain takeover in layoffs, suicide and wage cuts. The deal involved S5.7 billion in buyout debt. “I was really interested rn looking at it from the bottom up,” Faludi said. “I think any story that sort of forces business executives to look at the moral consequences of their decisions is important.” Voters of District 4! RE-ELECT EDDIE TEMPLE CITY COUNCIL — DISTRICT 4 Paid Pol. Adv. - Joe Rogers, Treas. Herald Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, April 10, 1991 ;

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