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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 7, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, May 7, 1991 Pay 3 Crossword SOAR study ACROSS 1 Critic Judith 6 Brilliant display 10 Steep rock 14 Ishmael's mother 15 US cit 16 Arrivederci — 17 In harmony 1 8 nine- tails 19 City of Yemen 20 Cloth design 22 Extracting 24 Mine opening 26 Gnawing animals 27 Took back 31 — Commandments 32 Have — — to pick 33 Appetizers 35 Steal from 38 La Douce” 39 Tiny creatures 40 Carry on 41 Mauna — 42 Encumbered 43 Coconut meat 44 Next to Ore 45 News gatherer 47 Less acid 51 Look after 52 Eventually happened 54 Pinkies, e g 58 Eager 59 To the hub of 61 Deadly 62 --men 63 Takeover, perhaps 64 Gush 65 Existence 66 Use needles 67 Kind of race DOWN 1 Converse 2 Pro - 3 "Prince — " 4 California wind 5 Foot lever 6 Moccasin 7 Actor Sharif 8 Length unit 9 Touts 10 Cowardly 11 French sculptor 12 Plant spike 13 Cliques 21 Zero 23 Some verse 25 Lukewarm 27 Steel piece 28 Spanish river 29 Unconscious state 30 Office tool 34 Doctrine 35 Engrossed 36 Fearsome one PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED w I N E D O L s E E K H A L O 37 Withstand 39 Stray calf 40 Scrabble, eg 42 Baltic native 43 Fir or yew 44 Cleopatra s — 46 Foot: sui! 47 Flower stalk 48 Large ripples 49 Janmngs and namesakes 50 Talk long 53 Needle case 55 Chemical ending 56 Cheerio' 57 Loom reed 60 Make a choice 1 2 3 4 I 6 7 8 ■ 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 I 16 17 I 18 I 19 20 ■ 22 23 24 ■ 26 27 28 29 30 ■ " 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 ■ 46 • 47 48 49 50 ■ 52 53 ■ 54 55 56 57 58 60 ■ I" 62 ■■63 I 64 65 IBee I 67 Stocks NEW YORK AMR Cotp ALLTEL Cp AmSlurc* Amcr TAT Aliter i lech Amoco AnJarkPu Arid* Aftncolnc AllKichfld Baktrllugh ■SHAU BellSouth Beth Steel Bolden Cute i pl lr (cuicl CealSo W«l Chevron Chry tier Couul CociColi Colt ColgP w» ComlMcU CyprukMn D«IISemicD IkluAirl DifciuiLU) Dillard Do* Chem Di cc eel Iud ■ dul'onl LtlKodak Eater ch Exxon HCtyBcp Mower bid I old Motor OIS Cp • Gapy nam GcnElcl GcnMillt i Gcu Motors GnMoUli s GlobMar n Goodrich Goodyear GiAilEac Gulf SlaUt I Uh bul ui I Iou Mind IHM I 0 3 'A InllEapcr JohnsJhn K Mart Kroger vjLTV Cp Litton Ind vjl.one Star Lower Lubys r Maim MayDSl Medtronic Mobil Monsanto r Motorola NCNB Cp Navistar Nyoex OryxEngy PacTcUeie PanhfiCp Penney JC PcpBoyt Phelps Dotf PhilipPct Polaroid a Pi un erica ProciUamb Pubs NwMx SPaPacCp Sa. a1 SaarrBoab Shrwin I Sat lh Bch ar (AP) -Morning stocks: High Low I .aal 63’4    62% 62% — % 40%    40% 40*4 * % •7%    86% 86% — % 37%    36%    36%    —    % 63%    63%    63%    —    % 34%    54% 34% 27%    27% 27% — % 18% 18% 18% * % 5%    4%    5    4    % 128    127    127% 28% 21% 28% 49    48% 48% 4 % 51    50*4 50% — % 14%    14% 14% 37% 37    37 — % 50% 50% 50% 4 % 35% 35% 33% 4 % 45%    45% 45% 4 % 78%    78% 78% 13%    13% 13%—% 34%    34    34% 4 *4 55%    55% 55% 79%    78% 79% 4 % 39%    39% 39% 4 % 20% 20% 20% — % 20    19% 20 v % 10% IO 10% 4 % 73% 73    73% — % 66%    64% 65% — % 121% 119% 120 — % 50%    50% 50% — % 23%    23    23% 4 % 43% 42% 42%— % 41% 41% 41%—% 19%    19% 19% 4 % 58%    58% 58% 4 % 3%    3%    3% 4 % 14%    14    14% — % 33% 32% 32% — % 30%    30% 30% 4 % 39%    39% 39% 4 % 73% 72% 73% 4 % 58%    58    58% 4 % 37% 37% 37% — % 47%    47    47% 4 % 4%    4%    4% —    % 38%    38% 38%—    % 22% 22% 22% — % 43%    43% 43% — % IO 9% IO 4 % 42% 42    42 — % 37%    37% 37% 4 % I 0 2 % I 0 3 % — % 63% 63    63% 4 % 94%    93%    94 42% 41% 41% 4 % 22% 21% 22 4 % 1%    1%    1% — 84%    14%    84% 3%    3%    3% 32%    32% 32% 4 % 19%    19    19%— % 9    1%    t% 34%    34%    34% 117% 116    116 68%    68%    68% 4 % 64%    63% 64% 4 % 63%    63    63% 37%    36% 37 4 % 3%    3%    3% — % 72% 72% 72% — % 33%    33% 35% 4 % 41%    41% 41% 4% 12% 12 12 — % 53%    52% 52% 4 % SmthBch ct) u Southern Co SwrtAirl r SwstBcll SierliDgChm SunCo TNP Em Tandy Tcmpllnl I erin ecu Texaco Texas lad Tcxastnsl Tax Uul Textroa Tylar US Wert s CSX Mar a USX USS a I nCarbde UoPacCp UaitTech Unite! • Unocal WalMart t WertghEI > Woiwih Xerox Cp ZcailhE Stocks sink 26 53 63% 63 63% 41 27% 27% 27% — % 25% 25% — % 52% 52% — % 5    4%    5 31%    31% 31%—% 19%    19% 19% — % 31%    31% 31% — % 42    41% 41% 4 % 43%    43% 43% — % 67%    66% 67 ♦ % 19%    19% 19% 4 % 39%    39    39% 4 % 37%    37% 37% — % 32%    32%    32% 3%    3%    3% 37%    37%    37% 28'%    27% 27% — % 24    23% 23% — % 18% IS ll — % 82%    12% 12% 4 % 45% 44% 45 — % 26% 25% 25% — % 26%    26% 26% 4 % 41%    41% 41% 4 % 28    27% 27% — % 31%    31    31%—% 56%    56% 56% — % 6%    6%    6%    4 First-grade students at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School display some of the newspapers they have collected for recycling as they visit with Universal City Kmart manager Gary Billera for an environmental program. Billera used SOAR, an eaglet puppet, in a talk about waste management, a project Kmart Corporation is sponsoring with Keep America Beautiful, Inc. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) Bentsen backs Sematech funding By MICHAEL HOLMES Associated Press Writer AUSTIN — The Sematech semiconductor research consortium is making progress and deserves continued federal funding after its initial five years are up, Sen. Lloyd Bentsen says. Bentsen, D-Texas, said govemment-business cooperation is essential for the United Stales to remain competitive in world high tech industries. Sematech is a consortium formed by 14 American semiconductor man ufacturers and the federal government, started in 1988 to regain the world lead in microchip manufacturing technology for the United States, It receives SKX) million a year in led eral funds. “The idea that you could turn it all around in five years ... I think is not realistic. It has been productive enough, we’re making enough head way, that I think it justifies continued support. I’ll be working very hard to do that,” Bentsen said. After touring Sematech’s Austin headquarters Monday, Bentsen said that Japan appears to be withholding some of its leading-edge electronics technology from American companies. Bentsen said those protectionist actions clearly show the need for government business paruierships such as the Sematech semiconductor research group. “The Persian Gulf and (Operation) Desert Storm showed our dependence on electronics in modem warfare to the security of our country. It’s essential that we have the capability of doing these things,” he said. Bentsen said he has asked the General Accounting Office to investigate charges that the Japanese are withholding key technology. “One of the things that concerns me, in the reports that we’ve seen, is that some of the Japanese industry is withholding some of the best of their electronics, as far as basic supplies and pans, and not making them available to United States markets,” he said. “And when we finally do get some of that available, we find a markup of 20 and 30 percent above what they offer it to Japanese companies. That, of course, makes if very difficult for us.” Sematech includes the top seven suppliers of integrated circuits for the U.S. Defense Department, which supply about 80 percent of the department’s needs. “Sematech helps ... in seeing that we don’i have such reliance on some of these (Japanese) breakthroughs, that we do it on our own,” Bentsen said. Hundreds of limbs cut off Treaty Oak NEW YORK (AP) — Stock prices sank as traders kept a cautious eye on the bond market, where an important auction of Treasury notes occurs today. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials sank 0.90 to 2,940.74 in the first VA -hours of trading. Volume on the Big Board totaled 50.77 million shares as of ll a.m. on Wall Street. Advancing issues narrowly led declines on the New York Stock Exchange, with 661 up, 598 down and 569 unchanged. Many traders arc watching the outcome of a quarterly auction of $37 billion in U.S. Treasury bonds and bills lo reiund the government's activities. AUSTIN (AP) — Hundreds of limbs have been cut from the historic Treaty Oak after almost two years of attempts to save the tree from the effects of a powerful herbicide failed lo save most of the tree. Hundreds of limbs were cut oft Monday and gently lowered lo Ute ground, where they were sealed wiui liquid paraffin, measured, marked, inventoried and slacked. Workers made unprecedented efforts to treat the tree and eliminate or counteract the powerful herbicide Velpur before deciding to cut the dead limbs away in hopes that the remainder of the tree will survive. An Austin arca man is now serving a nine-year piison term after he was convicted of poisoning die tree in what was believed lo be some son of occult ritual. “Well, we’ve done die best we could,” said Tora Perry, a North Carolina State University tree expert who was called in by Dallas billionaire H. Ross Perot to try to save Treaty Oak. His lot ions say dial T exas pioneer leader Stephen F. Austin once negotiated a treaty widi Indians under die tree. “We hauled die poisoned soil 13%    13    13% 65%    64%    65    4 % 27%    27%    27% 25%    24%    25% 4 % 29%    29%    29%    —    % 83    82%    82% ll 10% 10%— % 8% 8% 8% 39% 38% 39 — % 38% 384 38% 23% 22% 22% — % 71% 70% 71    41% Hvrald-Ztitung Published Sunday morning, Tuesday. Wednesday, Thursday and hr alay afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, 707 iMndu St., or P O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131-1328 Second Class postage pard by New Braunfels Herald Zedung al New Braun/els, Texas. DAVID SUILtNS Editor arid PubMJrn* JANINE GREEN Managing Editor LONI BF ASI EY Advertising Director CHERYL Duvall Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manages GUS ELBEL Pi ussr corn for on tan Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blaru'u and Kendall counties: three months, $10 25, six months, $17.90; one year, $32. Senior Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only): six months, $14.90; one year, $27.00. Marl delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: three months, $18.00; six months, $32; one year, $60 Mail outside Texas: six months, $42; one year, $70. lf you have not received your newspaper by 5:30 pm. Tuesday through Friday, or by 7:30 a m. Sunday, call 626 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p m. and ll a m., respectively. Postmaster: Send address changes to P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131-1328. LANDA STATION Tues. & Wed. Nite Hamburgers 1/2 price Steak & Shrimp Dinner $K95 Aller 5:00 PM The senator and Sematech officials cited several examples of semiconductor manufacturing technology being kept from American companies They said Japanese suppliers are reluctant to sell some of their newest equipment to U.S. companies as part of a strategy for worldwide domination of the industry. “I think it shows that they are going to do everything they can in the way of national objectives to see that they continue to improve market (CW tJhmf share around the world," Bentsen said. “You’re seeing a very close cooperation between government and finance over there and the private sector. I think it’s imperative that we see more of that in this country,” he said. EJStiPOS Buys ft/or Trades Gold Bl Diamonds Sat. • Sun. 2:00 4:00 7:00 9:25 Mon. • Frl. 7:00 9:00 UKASES mi NEVER ENDING STORY ll Sat - Sun. a OO SM ONLY Mon. - Frl. 7JOO ONLY Sol - Sun. TOO GS ONLY Mon. • FfL m roo only •■Mama * ¥ ¥ ¥ * * * * ¥ LANDA v rfstai k \ n i a bar v x.    J? ~x- ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ away, we tried lo water it with sprinklers ... people have tried all their different kinds of folk medicine, including crystals,” Perry said. “And, we’ve been partly successful. The tree undoubtedly would be dead if we’d done nothing. But, we had one awful do>e of poison in a small area that was tuifictciil for hundreds of trees.” “What we’ve had is the poisoning of the soil in a sacred place. We’ve Iud to go out and rob another ecosystem to replace that soil," Perry said. “Hopefully, this will remain a place thai is treasured by the people of Texas." NEW MENU * Tues. 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