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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zt/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, May 1, 1991 Page 3A Folkfest proclamation Crossword ACROSS 1 Bank client 6 Egyptian entertainer 10 Arrived 14 Speechify 15 Scorch 16 Blind as-- 17 Stephen Vincent — 18 Coarse fabric 20 Amerind 21 Street 23 Itinerary 24 Eared seal 26 License 28 Artificial channel 30 West Indies country 31 Want badly 32 Every fraction of a minute 36 Mellow 37 Towers 38 Gift for a child 39 District 42 Western lake 44 Opposite of minor 45 Matures 46 Restricted portions 49 British parent 50 Coral island 51 Cigar residue 52 Repartee 55 Loathers 58 Heather 60 Perfume: var 61 Maidservant 62 Run for the — 63 Electrical units 64 Tariff 65 Pits DOWN 1 Cries 2 Sector 3 Pacific port 4 Summer: Fr. 5 Take back 6 Analysis 7 Heavy as — 8 Man s nickname 9 Flat-bottomed boat 10 Of heat units 11 Roughly 12 Dull finish 13 Anesthetic 19 Old auto: slang 22 Prospector s find 25 Association 26 Tote 27 Boo s kin 28 Scram 29 Theater section 30 Card symbol 32 Puddles 33 Or else 34 Midday 35 Colors PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED B A I L V A L I D A G R A O G* R E A B I D E G O E S R E A S 0 N A B L E R I A S JE N S E D PL E lD E N E IS S A L A D B E G c R JE W E A T □ O S T R A M I rn C H A I N amra U N I N V i T E D G u rn rn rn E G G A D O B E flaunt ii T E R E D O A L L 0 □ □ H A x E 0 L E E □ T A T U 0 T x V A c A T E A R I] p H a‘ N D E D 0 V E R F I V E u L C E R L E A N X A G S T E E N S A R M S 37 Shock *40 Naggers 41 Darlings 42 Giggles 43 Emulate 45 Mouse s cousin 46 M*A*S*H role 47 Tete---- 48 All 49 Too sentimental 51 Impudent child 53 Refrigerated 54 USSR agency 56 Boy 57 Australian bird 59 Eggs 1 2 3 4 5 ■ 6 7 8 I ■ 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 I 16 17 I 18 19 20 ■ 22 23 24 25 26 27 • 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 • 38 39 40 41 42 43 4 4 45 46 47 48 49 50 pl ■ 52 53 54 55 A 56 57 ■ 58 59 60 ■ I 62 63 I 64 I 65 Stocks NEW YORK (AP) -Morning nock*: High Low Last AMR Corp 61 % 60*/. 61% ALLTEL Cp 40% 40% 40% AmStore* 85% 83% 85% Am cr TAT 37% 37% 37% Amcriiech 64% 64% 64% Amoco 54% 53% 53% An dark Plr 27% 27 27% Ark I. 18% 18% 18% Armcolnc 4% 4% 4% AllRichfld 131% 130% 130% BakerHugh • 28V. 28% 28% BancTcxas 15-32 15-32 15 32 Hr ll Ail ani 50% 49% 49% BellSouth 52% 51% 52% Beth Steel 14% 13% 14% Borden 36% 35% 36% Calerpllr 48% 47% 48% Genie I 33% 33% 33% CcnlSo West 47 46% 47 Chevron 78% 77% 78% Chrysler 13% 13% 13% Coastal s 32% 32 32% CocaCola 53% 52% 53% Colg Palm 79% 79% 79% ComlMeU 20% 20% 20% Cyprus Mn 20*4 20% 20% DailScmicn 9% 9% 9% DctiaAirl 70% 69% 69% Digitally 67% 66% 67% Dillard 114% 114 114% DowChcm 50% 49% 50% Drcstcrlnd s 23 22% 23 duPooi 42% 41% 42% EsiKodak 41% 40% 41% Enserch 19 18% 19 Exxon 60% 59% 60% FlCtyBcp 4 3% 4 Flowered 14% 14 14% FordMotor 33% 32% 32% GTE Cp s 31% 30% 31% GnDynam 38% 38% 38% Gen Eld 71% 70% 71% GenMills s 56 55% 55% GcnMotors 36% 36% 36% GnMolrE s 48 46% 48 Glob Mar n 4% 4% 4% Goodrich 36% 36% 36% Goodyear 21% 21% 21% GlAtlPac 44% 44% 44% Gulf SiaUt 9% 9% 9% Halibut in 41% 41% 41% Hon Blind 37% 36% 37% IBM 104% 102% 104% lnilPaper 63% 62% 63% JohnsJhn 95% 94 95 K Mart 40% 39% 40% Kroger 22% 22% 22% Laton Lad 85 84% 84% vjLoncSiar 5% 5% 5% Lowes 33% 32% 32% Lubys s 19% 19% 19% Maxus 9 8% 9 MayDSi 52% 52% 52% Medtronic 112% IU IU Mobil 69 68% 68% Monsanto s 62% 62% 62% Motorola 64% 62% 63% NCNB Cp 36% 36% 36% Navistar 3% 3% 3% Nynex 72 71% 72 OryxEngy 33% 33% 33% PacTclcsis 41% 41% 41% PanhECp 12% 12% 12% Penney JC 50% 50% 50% Pep Boys 12% 12% 12% Phelps Dod 66% 65% 65% Philippi 27% 27% 27% Polaroid s 25% 25% 25% Primcrica 30 29% 30 ProciGamb 84% 83% 83% Pubs NwMx ll 10% ll SFePacCp n 8% 8% 8% Saral.ce s 39% 39 39 ScersRocb 37% 37 37% SherwtaW s 22% 22% 22% SmihBchm 69% 69 69% Sui Lh Bch aq n 61% 60% 61% 27% 27% 27% 24 23% 23% 53% S3 53% S% 5 5 31% 31% 31% 19% 19% 19% 34 33% 33% 41 40% 40% 42% 42% 42% 68% 67% 67% 18% 18% 18% 40% 39 39% 37% 37% 37% 31% 31% 31% 3 3 3 31% 31% 31% 18% 18% 18% 80 79% 79% 3 7% 37% 37% 46% 46 46% 25% 25% 25% 26% 26% 26% 40% 40% 40% 27% 27% 27% 31% 30% 31% 57% 56% 57% TA 7 7 Southern Co SwslAirl * S WSI Be ll StcrlmgChm SunCo TNP Eat Tandy Tctnpllnl Tenncco Texaco Ic na* I od legation Tex Util Textroo Tyler USX Corp UnCarbdc UnPacCp US Wet UnitTech I rn lr I I Unocal WalMart t WestghEI s Wools* lh * Xerox Cp Zeniths Market advances NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market staged a broad advance today, aided by declining interest rates and hopeful signs on the economic outlook. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose 30.69 points to 2,918.56 by noon on Wall Street. Gainers outnumbered losers by more than 2 lo I in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 967 up, 438 down and 510 unchanged. Several banks in New York and Chicago lowered their prime lending rates today from 9 percent to 8.5 percent. Their moves came a day after the Federal Reserve cut its discount rate. Accepting a proclamation setting aside Saturday as Folkfest Day in New Braunfels from Mayor Amo Becker, left, are Pam Brandt and Dr. Stanley Woodward, representatives of the event’s sponsoring organizations. Folkfest will be held at Conservation Plaza on Church Hill Drive near U.S. Highway 81 and Loop 337. It benefits the Conservation Society, the Heritage Society and the Sophienburg Museum and Archives. (Photo by Karla Wenzel) Anti-nuclear activists say fire shows danger of aging facilities By JERRY HARKAVY Asocialad Pros Writer WISCASSET, Maine (AP) — Anti-nuclear activists accused operators of a nuclear plant crippled by fire of holding back information on the accident and said the blaze shows the danger of operating a 19-year-old reactor. The president of the Maine Yankee plant countered that the blaze Monday night could just as easily have occurred at a coal- or oil-fired plant. He said the age of the equipment made it no more susceptible to accidents. No radiation was released, no one was hurt and the reactor shut down automatically after the fire broke out, officials said. The blaze was confined to the non-nuclear portion of the plant. “I don’t want to downgrade the seriousness of the event, but it’s not a nuclear event,” Maine Yankee President Charles Frizzle said Tuesday. “From my perspective, this should not reflect negatively on the use of nuclear power.” He said the fire probably was caused by a short in the transformer or sparks in the generator that ignited hydrogen gas being used as a coolant. Hydrogen is commonly used to cool large generators, said plant spokesman Duggan Kimball. Nuclear Regulatory Commission spokeswoman Diane Screnci said authorities reported “a loud boom” preceded the fire, but she said investigators couldn’t say for sure whether there was an explosion. Maine Yankee officials said the plant could be closed for weeks or months. Central Maine Power Co., the plant’s chief customer, said no immediate shortages were expected. It was the most serious incident at Maine Yankee since the plant opened in 1972, Frizzle said. Anti-nuclear activists said the fire was more serious than Maine Yankee managers made it out to be and accused the plant’s management of being slow to report the damage to the public. The plant is owned by IO New England utilities, with Central Maine Power owning the largest share. “I think Maine Yankee should be forced to be more forthcoming,” said Tom Coffin, spokesman for the Maine Nuclear Referendum Committee. “To hold back information is simply unconscionable.” On Monday night, Maine Yankee officials confirmed there was a fire but gave no indication of its severity and said they could provide no details until Tuesday. The first description of THE BEST BBQ IN SOUTH TEXAS! Bracken Vol. Fire Dept. BAZAAR AND BBQ DINNER Saturday, May 4 Grounds Open 2:00 p.m. Serving 4:00 - 9:00 p.m. Entertainment Games Country Store Raffle 5:00 - 6:00    Comal    County Community Band 6:00-7:00 p.m. Honey Creek doggers 7:00-11:00 p.m. “Original Country" C/W Dance Band the fire and details of the damage were released by the NRC on Tuesday morning. “We saw the same thing at Three Mile Island, we saw the same thing at Chernobyl,” said Scott Denman, director of the Safe Energy Communication Council, a Washington-based environmental group. “You’ve got plants that are aging, you’re going to increasingly have these problems,” he added. Frizzle countered that the transformer that may have caused the fire was replaced three years ago. The fire raged within 200 feet of Maine Yankee’s containment building, which houses the nuclear reactor inside 4'/i -foot-thick walls of concrete and steel, officials said. The plant was operating normally when the fire broke out about 6:30 p.m., officials said. Plant firefighters initially pumped carbon dioxide into the building to try to put out the blaze but decided to let it bum itself out. It was out shortly after IO p.m. Charles Marshall, NRC senior resident inspector at the plant, said the transformer, which holds 20,030 gallons of oil, buckled and spilled 1,700 gallons into the building. LYiSYl Leland Seidel Insurance (Former Employer Insurance of Texas Agent) A Full Line Agent Home, Auto, Life, Business Call For Quote 625-1121 308 W. Merriweather Fellow Citizens of District 4 The stretti and stability in which Eddie Temple has represented us compels us to urge you to support he efforts m reelection By holding the line taxes, emphasang good business management of the aly. his own personal commitment to preserving our sensitive environment, and he unselfish willingness to represent us another three years he has earned our respect We are asking for your support and vote tor Eddie Temple Elliot Knox (Former Mayor) Joe Rogers (Former Councilman) Kyra Brandt Jan Kotyk) Randy Kuntz Cheryl Scott Bdl Brown (Former Mayor) Eddie Temple Comal ISD Patrons Vote May 4th for Integrity Knowledge Experience Leadership Sincerity pd. pol. adv. Ken Kohlenberg-Tres. Vo ti YOU’RE INVITED We’re Celebrating Our 10th Anniversary Dale: May 4tli    Time    10:00-6:00    Open    House Place: Rusted CJuUxM ft Chital Rmb Shsp FREE KIDDIE GAMM O ✓ BHH S. 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