New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 29, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 29, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Z*/fung, New Braunfels, Texas    Wednesday,    May    29.    1991    Page    3Governor calls for Special Session July 8 Crossword ACROSS 1 Wading bird 5 Talent 10 On with 14 — contendere 15 Yellow shade: var. 16 Exist 17 Hobbyist's set 19 Shadow 20 Italian city 21 Compass pt. 22 Cessations 23 Schedule 25 Away 26 French city 30 Letter 31 Flower part 34 Proprietor 36 Lawful 38 Single prof. 39 Former Chilean president 42 Song syllable 43 Hotsy— 44 Tankard 45 Hush-hush 47 Water body: Fr. 49 Ages 50 Dawn deity 51 Red shade 53 — bean 55 Grease 56 Jumbles 61 Some verse 62 Repressive 64 Outlet 65 Strong alloy 66 Marine direction 67 Nibbles 68 Palomino, e g. 69 Type of investment DOWN 1 Native of Peru 2 Catcalls 3 Troubles 4 Lone efforts: var. 5 Obedient 6 Next to Nov. 7 Painting in the Louvre 8 Irregular 9 French-Canadian name 10 Modifies 11 Instrument mechanic 12 Eager 13 Kinfolk: abbr. 18 Female suffix 24 Assign 25 Satisfies 26 Expenses 27 Informed 28 Net covering 29 Next to Calif. 31 Buddy 32 — ink PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED s P C "A p R 0 P T H E R E R E JF E R E R E S S N E R 0 E T H El □ N E E 0 C I E IQ H E, L D in I i N I G H Id 0 N E E Id 0 T E R n R 0 D E 33 Mortgages. eg. 35 Classifies 37 Merrier 40 Period 41 French season 46 Entree items 48 Stroll 51 Poem part 52 Luau wreath 53 Idolize 54 Inspiration 55 — sticks 57 Use a spear on 58 Fodder tower 59 Equalize 60 Future plant 63 Plural ending 1 2 3 I 5 6 7 8 ■ 10 11 12 13 14 1 “ I 16 17 18 I 19 20 ■ 21 I 22 23 24 ■ 26 27 28 29 30 _ ■ 32 33 34 35 36 37 ■ 38 39 40 41 42 ■ 44 45 46 ■ 47 48 49 50 _ ■ 52 53 54 _ ■ I55 ■ 56 57 58 59 60 61 I 62 63 64 I 65 Hee 67 ' I 68 ■■69 Stocks NEW YORK (AP) -Morning flock*: AMR Corp High Low La* 62% 62% 62%— % All teds ignxl 28% 28% 28% x % ALLTEL Cp 40% 40% 40% — % AmStorct 85% 85% 85% Ame* TR T 36% 36% 36% x % A rn crutch 58% 58% 58% — % Amoco 51% SI 51% — % Andor kPtr 26% 26% 26% x % Ark I* 18% 18% 18% x % Anncolnc 5% 4% 5% x % AURichHd 122% 121% 122 — % Bakerllugh 26% 26% 26% — % BellAll 46*4 46 46 — % BellSouth 48% 48% 48% Beth Steel 16% 15% 16 x % Borden 38% 38% 38% Caterpllr 47% 47*4 47%— % Cen lei 31% 31 31 — % CeatSo Welt 45% 45% 45% — % Chevron 73% 72% 72% — % Chry lier 14% 13% 14% x % Coaxial 36% 36% 36% — % Coe«CoU 56% 56% 56% — % ColgP wi 40*4 40% 40% — % Corn I Mel] 19% 19% 19%— % Cypr utMn 18% 18% 18% DairScmicn 9% 9% 9% x % DeltaAul 73% 72% 72% — % DigftalKq 65% 64% 65% x % Dillard 129% 129 129% xl% DowCheta 54 53% 53% — % Dr c* ct rind * 21% 21% 21% x % duPont 45% 44% 45 EtlKodak 41 40% 40% — % Ll JCT ted 23 22% 22% — % Enter ch 19% 19% 19% x % Exxon ' 58*4 58% 58% — % Fifty Bcp 3 3 3 Flowered 14% 14% 14% — % FordMotor 35% 34% 35% XI GTE Cp 29% 29*4 29*4 x % GnDynam 39% 39 39% — % GcnEkl 74 73% 73% — % CenMillt • 58% 58 58% x % GcnMotor* 41% 40*4 41*4 x1 I'm MotrE t 48 47% 48 GaPacif 52% 51*4 52% xl% GlobMar n 4% 4% 4% Goodrich 38% 38% 38% Goodyear 26 25% 25% GtAUPac 47% 47 47 — % Od lf Stall 9% 9% 9% ll al i burin 42% 41% 41% — % Mantua 19% 19% 19% I Iou til od 36% 36% 36*4 — % InllFapcr 67% 66% 67 xl *4 JuhatJhn 94*4 93% 94% — % K Man 46% 45% 46% xl Kroger 22% 22 22*4 x vjLTV Cp I % I % I % Litton lad 82 81% 81% — % vjLuncSt* 5% 5 5 — % I ATWCX 32 31% 32 x % Lubyx x 18% 18% 18% Maxut s I S ta s S MayDSt 57 56% 56% x % Mc du un it 119% 117 119% x2% Motel 65% 64*4 64% — % Montanlo • 66 65% 65% X % Motorola 69% 68% 68*4—1% NCNB Cp 40*4 39*4 40*4 x % Nev Ulm 3% 3*4 3% x % Ny ncx 70% 70 70 — % (Ay dingy 34 33% 33% x % Pat I cloit 39 38*4 39 X % PanhECp 12 11*4 11% — % Penney JC 54% 56% 56% — % PcpBoyx 12% 12% 12% Pbclpx Dud 63% 63*4 63% x % PhilipPct 25% 25*4 25% Polaroid • 24*4 24% 24% IV an arna 29% 29*4 29*4 x H Hrucitianb 83% 83% 83% x % Pubs NwMx 10% 10% 10*4 x % SFcPacCp a 9% fc% 9% x % Seral. 39% 38 4 39% x % Seat ail oat) 39% 39% 39% — % Shfwia x 24% 23% 24% x % SaibBvlui 69% 69% 69% — % Sm th Bch aq a 60% 60% 60%— % Sow than Co 27% 27% 27% — % 24% 23% 24% x % 49% 49% 49*4 — % 5% 5% 5% 32% 32*4 32% — % 19% 19% 19% x % 32*4 32 32% x % 42% 41% 42% x % 43% 43% 43% X % 63% 63% 63% — % 21% 20*4 21% x % 37% 36% 37 — % 304 36 36 — % 33% 33 33*4 x % 3% 3 3 36% 36 36 — % 23*4    23*4 23*4 24*4    23% 24 19*4    19V.    19%    >    % S4%    13*4    14%    ♦    ’4 44%    44    44%    x    % 27%    27% 27% 25% 25% 23% — % 42% 41% 41% — % 21%    27%    21%    4    % 30%    30%    30%    —    % 57%    56% 57% 7    6%    6% AUSTIN (AP) — Lawmakers were barely out of town before Gov. Ann Richards announced she wants them back at work starting July 8. The governor said Tuesday that she plans to convene a special session that date to consider government reorganization, write a budget and find ways to pay for it. Richards said she will order lawmakers to consider spending cuts and agency consolidations before deciding how much to spend on state government for 1992-93 and what new taxes, if any, will be needed. “It is necessary to make those cuts. It is necessary to pull together this loose ship and make sure that we are wringing every dollar we can out of it,” Richards said. “Then we will open the (agenda) to appropriations, the budget in general,” she said. “We may hold back on revenue and taxation until after that (spending) decision is made.” Richards hasn’t yet issued the special session proclamation but said it would convene July 8 “unless something happens that I can’t foresee now." She made the announcement only 16 hours after the 140-day regular legislauve session ended. The current state budget expires on Aug. 31. Legislative budget experts have forecast a deficit of nearly $5 billion over the next two yean if all services were continued at their current levels. Lawmakers and Richards postponed writing the 1992-93 spending plan to wait on performance audits of all state agency spending and recommendations from a tax study committee headed by former Gov. John Connally. In addition, the Legislature approved legislation that would “sunset” — or eliminate — all agencies on Dec. 31,1991. The government won’t actually be shut down by that bill, but the governor said it does give lawmakers an unprecedented opportunity to reevaluate the need for each of the more than 200 agencies and their programs “Something I feel very strongly about... is a tighter, better organized government, ” Richards said. “We have passed legislation that says we’re going to reorganize the whole dung and have the authority (to do so) before December. And that is very exciting. I believe that’s going to come about” she said. Celebrity pizza auction will benefit area MD A A number of the celebrity pizza makers at today’s auction will “enhance” their offerings with donated gifts. Elizabeth Soto, representing the San Antonio District of the Muscular Dystrophy Association, said the “chefs” will “bring auctionable items to increase the value” of their offerings. All will be auctioned to benefit MOA. “We know one participant will be donating a weekend for two at a Corpus Christi hotel,” Soto said. Among the participants at the first-ever event, scheduled from 6 to 9:30 p.m. at Mr. Gatti’s on Walnut Avenue in New Braunfels, are City Manager Paul Grohman, Comal Independent School District Superintendent loc Rogers, auto dealers Milt Ferguson and Gary Kahlig, hairdresser Larry Blinder, communications specialist Ron Momsion, television cable representative Mark Morrison, insurance agent Doug Miller, hotel representative Joyce Smith, radio personality Christa Crone and beer distributor Howard Athas. Host is Jim Stephan of Mr. Gatti’s and auctioneer is Don Ferguson of KGNB-KNBT Radio in New Braunfels. Each participant will crown a prepared crust witll a selection of favorite toppings. ‘Their masterpizzas will then be auctioned,” Soto said. Making an appearance at the event will be Scan Driffill, South Texas MD A poster child. For information, call Mr. Gatti’s at 625-5165 or the MDA offices in San Antonio, 512/650-3181. Large Capacity / Automatic VVashur PRE-SUMMER SALE Al Heavy Duty Vy* ^ (las Dryr*r SALE *335 SALE *358 SwilAirl • SwflBcU SierliagChm SudCo TNP Eat Tandy Tempi tai Ta—acc Texaco Texas led Texas last Tex Util Textron Tyler US We* a USXMar a USX USS a U aC ar bde UaPacCp UaitTeck Uaitel • Unocal Wa! Man ■ We ugh El i Woiwth Xerox Cp ZeailhE Stocks waver NEW YORK (AP) — Stock prices wavered in a narrow range today, hesitating after Tuesday’s sharp rise. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials slipped 1.35 points to 2,957.51 in the first half hour of trading. Complete* FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE for the Entire Family Oittnt-l’ltiN Uttiverttnl Life ntttl Annuities mid IRA's- Highly Competitive Intercut Hale* For mote intermit hon piton* or wide to our locnl raproxentnt'vQ THOMAS G. SCHAFFER Dlsttiet Deputy Rt. 9 Box I 18 Canyon ljtkc. 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You are encouraged to know what the differences are before you purchase your telephone. • WHICH MODEL TELEPHONE DO I NEED? Your specific needs will determine which model you should have We can assist you in your selection by asking the proper questions and often the use of a free demo phone will make your choice easier • DOES YOUR COMPANY PROVIDE WARRANTY SERVICE? Yes You will be given a loaner phone to use while we take your telephone to the warranty center for repair. . WHAT TYPE OF SERVICE DO YOU PROVIDE AFTER THE SALE? As your local authorized agent we provide TOTAL support of your cellular communication needs Your billing, operational or equipment service questions are resolved by calling 629-PHONE. AT Ktatfc Hi o 679 S. Seguin 629-7466 Cellular One’ Authorized Agent YOU WILL GET THE FACTS...STRAIGHT New Braunfels (•erose from Poet Office) ;

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