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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels HeraldZeftung February Lure of fishing It was an unusually warm Saturday in and Kenneth Helms left and Bo Allen took advantage of the weather to tie their lures and do a little fishing in Staff photo by John Senter Landa The weather was better than their as they said they werent having much Meetings Chamber of Commerce The Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce board of directors will meet at noon Monday at Krauses The Texas Legislative featuring Texan of the Year Lloyd Bentsen on March will be among the topics of Other agenda items include post office and jail a map committee state affairs and congressional business convention and a report on free enterprise shadow program and the chamber membership New Braunfels Utilities A light compared to recent faces the Utilities board of trustees at Thursday at the Utilities office board Several purchase authorizations a bucket truck and a sewer rodder will be sought from as well as approval of a resolution adopting a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Order concerning the cogeneration and small power The board will also consider disposition of the Valero settlement fund and discuss current status of recommended legislation on the Edwards Underground Water manager and staff reports are also included on the Planning and Zoning Local developers and builders are urged to attend a Tuesday workshop of the New Braunfels Planning and Zoning Com set for 7 at City The subject will be the citys subdivision which apply to all development within the city and its onemile ex traterritorial Planners and zoners are in the process of revising and updating these with the help of the Austin consulting firm of Freese Tuesdays meeting will be a workshop with no action to be City Planning Director Debra Goodwin said shed sent letters to 20 or 30 con tractors and advising them of the But she doesnt claim to have thought of everyone who might be want as much input as we can she County Appraisal District Revisions to the 1982 and 1983 budgets will occupy directors of the Comal County Appraisal District when they meet Monday at 7 The meeting will be at district 130 Crossword ACROSS 1 Rascal 6 Britisher 10 Foul air 14 Sweetheart 15 Top rating 16 Hoopla 17 Mexican pal 18 Money man 20 Not single 21 Correct 23 Lookout 24 Nasty look 25 Saucy 26 water way 2 words 30 Come out 34 Doctrines 35 Morn 37 High note 38 Derbies 39 Pure air Slang 41 Male animal 42 Belonger Suffix 43 Haughty one 44 Crafty 46 Magna 48 Publication 50 Qualified 52 Suckle 53 Busy 56 Droop 57 Eros or Amor 60 Newsmen 62 Leadtin alloy 64 Mountain 65 Specific amount 66 Heath 67 Stuffs 68 Smooches 69 Assessed DOWN 1 Salad 2 Befall 3 Greedy 4 Large Prefix 5 Safeguard 6 Roman god 7 Center 8 Unit 9 Banter 10 Checks 11 Corpse 12 Polish river 13 Bloody 19 Finch 22 Motive 24 Pinky and Peggy FRIDAYS PUZZLE SOLVED 25 Scheme 26 Set of moral values 27 Lariat 28 Bury 29 Kind of soil 31 Arrangement 32 Ending for mod or spec 33 Fervent 36 Sneak 40 Region 41 Hexagram 43 Weapon 45 Sprinkle 47 Nonos 49 Body joints 51 Relaxation 53 Lined up 54 Antitoxins 55 Copied 56 Court order 57 Bravery 58 Sometime 59 Kaput 61Chemical suffix 63 Date Calendar of Events Government Comal County Commissioners 10 Courthouse first County Appraisal District 7 board 130 Organizations Chamber of Commerce monthly directors noon Krauses MidTexas Symphony New Braunfels Chapter Senior Citizens Canyon FFA Boosters Canyon High agriculture First United Methodist Church games day for senior Wesley 10 to noon MATTHEWS JACKSON Certified Public Accountants We are delighted to annouce that VIRGINIA KEITH who is an accountant with our recently passed all four parts of the Uniform CPA Examination at her first This accomplishment is achieved by fewer than one percent of CPA Please join us in congratulating Ginny on her achievement HvraldZeitung Taylor Communications USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by am call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Manager Claude Elnora Kraft Manager Robert Johnson Pete Advertising Manager Cheryl Manager Don Manager Carol Foreman Gus Foreman Roland Kraft Shop Foreman Wanda Editor Kari Editor Scott Editor Subscription Rates In Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one In Texas 6 one Out of state 6 one Senior Citizens Discount In Blanco and Kendall Counties 6 one Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX 78130 Deaths Ronald Kuhlmann Services for Ronald Kuhlmann of 4 Forest Trail were held at 2 Friday at Zoeller Funeral His remains were cremated at Sunset Memorial The George Aurich conducted the died 15 at Baptist Memorial Hospital in San He had been a New Braunfels resident for six He was born in Chicago to Reinhold and Anita nee Weiss Kuhlmann on He married Nancy McTague on June He was a pilot by a veteran of the Korean and a member of the Lutheran He is survived by his wife his who now live in Alvin two Kim Kuhlmann of Austin and Taye Kuhlmann of New Braunfels two Scott and both of New Braunfels two Jeanne Calvi of Alvin and Winnie Ann Latzke of Illinois and a Robert Allen Kuhlmann of Honorary pallbearers were Frank Wayne Bruce Richard Scott Mark George McTague and Robert Memorials may be given to the American Cancer Gabina Reyna Garcia Services for Gabina Reyna of 555 will begin at Monday at Morales Funeral and continue at Our Lady of Perpetual Help The Joe Audit will and burial will be in Peter and Paul Catholic Miss Garcia died at at McKenna Memorial where she had been hospitalized for 15 The daughter of Delores and Rosalee nee Reyna she was born on in She lived her life in New and never She was also a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help and Union Padres De She is survived by her Sylvestria Reyna of Pallbearers will be Santos Alfred Anastacio Herman Rudy Castilleja and Juan deLos A rosary will be recited at Sunday in the Morales Funeral Home Albert Schuetz Services for Albert Schuetz of Route Box New will be at Monday at Doep penschmidt Funeral with Friedrich Rest of New Braunfels Burial will be at in Fort Sam Houston National died at at McKenna Memorial where he had been hospitalized for one month and four He was born on in Spring the son of Albert Schuetz On June in New he married Jewel Elizabeth Betty nee Bagby He was a veteranof the Korean War with the and worked as a yard engineer for Western Survivors include his Jewel Betty Schuetz his Albert Schuetz Deborah Schuetz four Randy and Troy all of New Braunfels three Emmie Cunningham of Irna Lyons of and Lola Mueller of Seguin and three Norman Alton Schuetz and Wilford all of New A memorial fund has been established for the children of Albert Schuetz Memorials may be given to the Albert Schuetz Memorial Fund at the Texas Commerce Bank of New innMniov By RUSSELL STOLLEWERK SCHRIEWER ASSOCIATE INSURANCE AGENCY As a prospective new Ive heard different figures for replacement costs on homeown ers What do you advise Nothing less than 80 of current replacement cost With this in the event of partial you will receive the full cost of repairing or replacing damaged items up to the limits of the At a lower your insurance company will figure reimbursement utilizing one oT two methods the ratio of coverage compared to the or 2 the actual cash value less a The company will pay the larger of the two amounts which will be less than that paid with 80 replacement cost With continuing es calating costs of good personal financial management demands the highest replacement rate percentage Shop Herald Classifieds ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME A word about prearrangements andpre financing The funeral serves a wide range of pur with psychological and physical There are main aspects and details to he meaningful funeral that are arranged with the assist ance of the professional funeral usually at the time of some people prefer counseling prior to We offer complete information on pre arrangements and available without cost or obligation of any Feel free to contact us at your ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME 615 Landa Street 6252348 the New Braunfels area for over a quarter century UUCIIi WERE WORKING FOR YOUR I think youd like the same thing I most like about Texas Commerce genuinely friendly Ive known some of them since my preteen first as a bank then after school years as an I was so happy when Jo Faust hired me to work with the same people I had come to ad mire so much Over the years weve added new kept the same friendly As your loan Ill always give you the same respect and concern that Ive appreciated over the RITA KAUFMANN Loan Officer Texas Commerce Bank Member New Braunfels 6257541
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