New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 17, 1991, Page 3

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July 17, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, July 17, 1991 Page 3A Crossword Stocks ACROSS 1 Cooled 5 Nails' kin 10 Party giver 14 Chess play 15 Lack of muscle tone 16 Aware of 17 Commoner 18 A dog 20 Isaac's mother 22 Recent 23 Actress — White 24 Respond 26 Romaine 27 Extending over 30 Frames for stretching cloth 34 Bailiwick 35 Beverage 36 Ship leaver 37 Criminal: slang 38 Inclined 40 Exude 41 Miscalculate 42 Outfits 43 Redeem 45 Dispatching 47 Furniture wheels 48 Compass pt. 49 Mediterranean country 50 Silly people 53 Coal unit 54 — coffee 58 A feline 61 Andes native 62 Pointless 63 Pigment: var. 64 Enos's grandfather 65 Provender 66 Window cover 67 Head movements DOWN 1 Gremlins 2 Soft drink 3 Eternally 4 Kept out 5 Spigot 6 Right now 7 Sky sight 8 Was aware 9 Next to Turk. 10 On the level 11 "Step 1” 12 Photocopy 13 Stylish 19 Dry as-- 21 Beneficiary 25 "Sweet —” 26 Pivotal 27 Residues 28 Germ 29 Spiny object 30 Metal 31 Irregular 32 Barber's need 33 Pipe parts 35 Existed 39 — on: PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED R E G I S ■ J A M S ■ P I S H O Z O N E I O M I T I E S T A T R A I L I B E T E A L A R S A L T E D S T E R N E s S I C a a iS L E U I db [S S P L A T T rn 0 ■ El £ T T O O L S 23 E I G E M A L A S B rn N D ■m A K E Y O N F O a T E I] o, P E S B O N s1 A M! E N ~E S S S T A R R E a I" U S T W R E A T H E s M 0 R A Y S E A R N ■ E N 0 S R E B U T A C I D I A T M O T A B L E Ft Y E S I D I E T s L E E T encourage 40 Toronto native 42 Wash cycle 44 Italian city 46 Judged 47.False report 49 Coffee 50 In a manner indicating that 51 — dish 52 Store event 53 Cal — 55 —China 56 Food fish 57 Hocks 59 Cry at sea 60 Golf area 1 2 3 ■ 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 i _ ■ o co 31 32 33 34 ■ 35 ■ 36 37 i U 38 39 _ ■ 40 41 ■ ■ 44 45 46 _ ■ r 48 ■ p9 50 51 52 _ ■ [53 ■ 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 ■ f 62 in <5.1 I 64 65 rn I 67 NEW YORK (AP) -Morning atocha: High Low Lad AMR Corp 62k 62 62 —lk AlliedSignal 38k 37k 38*4 + *4 ALLTEL Cp 39*4 39H 39H — *4 AmStor • 41H 40*4 41k Airier TAT 38k 37*4 38 + *4 Ameritech 59*4 58*4 59*4 + */« Amoco 53k 52k 53*4 + k AndarkPtr 26*4 25*4 26*4 +1*4 Arkla 16*4 16k 16*4 Armcolnc 5*4 5 5*4 — *4 AtlRichfld 120 118H 120 -t-lk BakerHugh 26k 25*4 26*4 + *4 BancTexaa 7-16 13-32 13-32+1-32 BellAtl 47 46'4 46*4 + H BellSouth 47*4 47*4 47*4 Beth Steel 16H 16H 16*4 + *4 Borden 34 33*4 33*4 + *4 Caterpllr 48 47k 48 + *4 Cen tel 31*4 31*4 31*4 — H CentSo West 45*4 44*4 45*4 + *4 Chevron 73*4 72H 73k +1H Chrysler 14*4 14*4 14*4 Coastal 33k 32H 33H +1*4 CocaCola 58k 57k 58’4 +1*4 ColgateP < 37k 37*4 37*4 — *4 ComlMetl 20*4 20k 20k CyprutMn 22*4 21k 22k + k DallSemicn 8 V a 8 k DeluAirl 74k 73*4 73*4 —lk DigitalEq 65*4 64*4 65*4 Dillard 126*4 125 125k— k DowChcm 54*4 54*4 54k — k Dresserlnd a 20*4 20k 20*4 + *4 duPont 46*4 46 46*4 + *4 EstKodak 41*4 40k 41’4 + *4 Eljerlnd 14*4 13’4 13k — k Enscrch 18*4 17*4 18*4 + *4 Exxon 59*4 59k 59k + k FtCtyBcp 2*4 2k 2*4 Flowerlnd 16 15k 16 + k FordMotor 35*4 34k 35k + k GTE Cp 29’4 29*4 29k + k GnDynam 44*4 43k 43*4 — k GcnElcl 73*4 72*4 72k —in GenMillc * 60*4 59*4 59k— k GcnMotors 42*4 4ik 42k + */• GnMotrE > 48*4 48*4 48k + k GaPacif 56 55*4 55H + *4 GlobMar n 4k 4 4k + k Goodrich 42*4 41*4 42 — H Goodyear 37*4 36*4 36*4 GtAtlPac 42 41 A AVA Gulf SuUt 10*4 10*4 10*4 + ’/• Haliburtn 38*4 37*4 38*4 +t’4 Manton 171 4 17 H 17*4 lloustlnd 37*4 36*4 37H ♦ *4 IBM 9 6k 9 6*4 9 6 k — H IntlPaper 70*4 70H 70*4 + H JohntJhn 87k 87k 87*4 ♦ H K mart 49*4 48k 49 — Kroger 20*4 20 20*4 + H vjLTV Cp 1*4 I k 1*4 + *4 Litton Ind 78H ITA 78k ♦ *4 vjl. ones tar SH 5 *4 5k— k Lowes 33k 33*4 33*4 — H Lubyt 18k 18*4 ISH Maxut SH 8k 8*4 + *4 MayDSt 54*4 54k 54H ♦ k Medtronic 122*4 121*4 122k ♦ k Mobil 67'/. 66*4 67*4 + k Montaoto t 72*4 71 k 71H Motorola 64 *4 64 k 64k N’CNB Cp 38'4 38k 38V. — H SENIOR SIZZLE: $4,817 added to fund Since Sunday, 54,817 has been added to the fund drive for the new Seniors’ Center of Comal County, bringing the total to $249,764. Latest donors include: Individual Capstone Donors: Dr. E.A. (Edd) and Elizabeth (Betty) Grist. Business Cornerstone Donor* Physical Therapy Unlimited (Robert Rodriguez). Business Foundation Donors: New Braunfels Pediatric Dental Assoc., PC, Inc. (Robert H. Offutt, DDS, and Brett H. Mueller, DDS); Michael D. Tschoepe, M.D., PA; Carlos Campos, M.D., PA; Robert A. Heinrich, DDS; David E. Cunningham, DDS; Coiffures de Ville, Inc; Merle Norman Cosmetics (Anna L. Patterson). Individual Foundation Donors: William C. and Mary K. Highmore, Jo A. Allison, T.A. and Marie Williams, Robert H. and Frances V. Tays Jr., Lewis E. and Eleanor M. Cokie-way, J C. and Hazel Washburn, W L. and Margaret Norris, Linda Adams, W.R. and Betty Beck, Harry and Veronica Erben, Jack Lee and Virginia Lee Wilson, Viola Haas, the Rev. Rodney and Elaine Wells and Lawrence E. and Mary J. Gcimctte. Material and services: Guada Coma Mechanical, Inc. (Stone and Stoney Williams). Work on the new center is coming along nicely, including the swimming pool. Thanks to the New Braunfels Rotary Club, more than $3,000 in new equipment is on order for the pool. The floor in the big meeting room, obtained from Heidelberg Halle, has been reassembled in parquet and put down. It hasn't been refinished but can be seen at the Open House set from noon to 3 p.m. Sunday. Donations may be mailed to Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation. P.O. Box 312085, New Braunfels, Texas 78131-2085. For more information, call Tim Morris at 625-5208 or Les Thom at 629-4711. RE-ELECT BOB SELF New Braunfels I.S.D. Saturday Aug. 10th VOTE for LEADERSHIP, INTEGRITY, AND ACCOUNTABILITY Paid fur by Bob Self JAK’S LIQOUR Your competitively priced liquor store serving ull of C omal County. 964-2772 FM 2673 ® Hwy 306 r ut twilit rauf |wkr» prevail 10am-9pm Monday-Saturday Captures 125yearsof smoothness. Jack Daniels Black 1.75. ...... WX. Welter 1.75............... Southern Comfort 1.75, ...... Curly Times .750................ Seagrams VO 1.75.............. Rich & Kure C anadian 1.75...... C anadian Mist 1.75............. Harwood Canadian 1.75......... Ancient Age Blend 1.75.......... Cjlenfiddich Single Malt .750...... Usher’s tureen Stripe 1.75........ Gluily 1.75........................ *14 _ Trices    Good    thru    july    24^ ‘25** i|9» *15** few HH" •13* •I2* tow *21* M7” Ciilbey*s C«in 1.75..............MI* Skid Gin 1.75..................*9* Absolute Vodka .750...........M3* Gilbey’s Vodka 1.75............MO* Heaven Hill Vodka 1.75..........*8* Bacardi Ut & Dk 1.75..........M6* ( aptain Morgan Spiced Rum 1.75M6* Roil Rico Rum 1.75.............*9* C uervo 1800 .750..............M6* Sun/u Tequila Gold IL.........M3* Matador White & Gold    1.75.....M4* Tempo Tequila While    1.75.......IO* Bailey’s .750..................M8* Jagermeister .750..............M6* Rumple Minze .750............M4* Baul haul Orange Liqueur .750.. M5* Naviatar Nynex OryxEngy PacTeleaia PanhECp Penney JC Pep Boy* Phelps Dod PhilipPel Polaroid s Primerica ProctGamb Pubs NwMx SPePacCp n SaraL Sears Roeb Shrwin s SmthBchtn SmthBch eq n Southern Co SwttAirl s SwstBell SlcrlingChm SunCo TNP Ent Tandy Templlnl Tenneco Texaco Texaslnst Tex Util Textron Tyler USWst USXMar n USX-USS n UnCarbde UnPacCp UnitTech Unitel s Unocal WalMl WestghHI s Wolwth Xerox Cp Zeniths Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Schertz City Council reminds residents to vote on Aug. IO 3'4 ITA 33V4 40*4 11 Vt 48*4 14 IVA VA 3'4 — '4 71T4 71’4 — '4 32'4 33 +1*4 40*4 40*4 + *4 IIH IIH — H 48H 48*4 — H 13*4 13*4 — *4 71T4 72H 26*4    26    26H + *4 25*4    25    H 25H 31*4    30k 31*4 + *4 80*4    80k 80*4 + k 9’4    9*4    9k 9'4    8k    9'4 41*4 41k 41*4 + H 36*4    36H 36*4 + 'A 25*4    25H 25H — k 67H 67H 67H + H 58*4    57'4 58k + H 27k    27*4    27H 27    26*4 26k — k 54 k    53*4    54 5'4    5    5k    + k 29k    29    29k    — H 17k 17k i7k—k 28'4    28    28'4    — '4 49k    49k 49H + H 36    35*4 36 + H 65k    64*4 65k + k 37    36H 36*4 + H 35*4    35*4    35*4 By MARK WARNKEN Staff Writer A Schertz City Council member reminded city residents to vote Aug. IO on three crucial ballot items related to the taxing powers of the new county education districts (CEDs). Mary Marsh urged residents to vote yes on homestead exemptions and exemptions for the disabled and senior citizens. Equally important is voting no to taxation of all tangible personal property not held or used for the production of income, she said. “This is very important, and I wish this room were full right now,” Marsh said. Council Member Hal Baldwin said although the exemption measures undoubtedly will pass, they won’t help local businesses that won’t get the exemptions and will have to help make up for the property tax value lost due to the exemptions. CEDs are part of the measures recently approved by the state Legislature to help equalize the state’s funding system for public education. In other business, the council: • Unanimously approved appointment of Sylvia Marbach as county representative on the Library Advisory Board. • Unanimously voted to set a Board of Adjustment hearing on Aug. 6 on a request by Kenneth V. Webster, 3000 block of Davenport, for a special exception to the zoning ordinance to allow him to locate a storage shed on a cable television easement on the south side of his lot. 30k 3 35’4 26 25 2ik 87'4 47 29*4 25 47*4 25k 30k 57'4 6*4 30*4 30H — '4 2k 3 + k 34k 35 — *4 25*4 25*4 + k 24*4 24k ♦ H 20k 2ok — k 86*4 87 + *4 46k 46H 28*4 29*4 + '4 24*4 25 + *4 46*4 47H + *4 25k 25k + H 30*4 30'4 — H 56’4 57k + '4 6*4    6*4    — Market shows gains NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market showed some scattered gains today as traders studied the latest data on inflation. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose 12.75 points to 2,996.65 in the first half hour of trading. Gainers held a narrow edge on losers in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 472 up, 467 down and 559 unchanged. Volume on the Big Board came to 30.32 million shares as of IO a.m. on Wall Street. The Labor Department reported that the consumer price index rose 0.2 percent in June, matching the consensus of advance estimates. But the index’s rise of 0.4 percent after excluding the volatile food and energy components, or the so-called core inflation rate, was a little larger than expected. Separately, the Commerce Department said housing starts increased 5.2 percent last month. PLAZA DINER ON THE CIRCLE DOWNTOWN luesday Night= Hamburger & Fries $3.99 get a second Hamburger FREE thursday Nights Giant Chicken Fried Steak $6.29 wk Imles baked potato, salad & texas toast Every Night: 2 complete 8 oz. Ribeye Steak Dinners $13.95 Tour* PntfjS COUNTY COURTHOUSE * SAN ANTONIO ST. ToComNFttHf— E SANANTONIO jl 7 am-9 pm Mon.-Sat. Tom » c Iv SUPER JULY CLEARANCE SALE We Are At The Top Of The Season And You Can Make The Best Buys EVER—Many Items Below Cost— 20 % to 50 % Off OUR ENTIRE 8TOCK LADIES’ SUMMER DRESSES Missy-Petite—Large Sizes Your Choice Price OUR ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S BLAZER-SUITS SLACKS •Regulars & Longs •All Name Brands •First Quality 20 % Off OUR ENTIRE STOCK LADIES’ SUMMER SPORTSWEAR •Shorts—Slacks—Blou se s •Skirts-Jackets % to nn0/° „ 20 50' LADIES' JEWELRY & HANDBAGS 1/3 off MEN S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS •Regular & Knits •Regulars--ntgs--Talls % >IT Sizes Small lo 4X 25 MEN’S STRAW HATS •Dress •Western 1/3 off Remember at Choile"’s You Always Get the Finest Ut Quality, FrUe and Friendly Service. ch p frill 625-3241 264 VV.    San Antonio Downtown New Braunfels ;

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