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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 3, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Crossword New Braunfels ACROSS t Male animals 6 Skillful 10 Golfers word 14 Bounce off 15 English painter 16 Pelvic bones 17 Macaw 18 Muck 19 Some tides 20 Servants 22 Quay 23 Tai native 24 Fur buyers 26 Hot spring 29 Greek Es 31 Manner 32 Stand 34 Of clans 38 Ardor 39 Finale 41 Trademark 42 Of the mind 45 Drinkers 48 for all 49 Goon record 50 Balderdash 51 Fools 55 Cupid 57 Each 58 Check type 63 Miss Talbot 64 Citadel 65 Practical 66 Trudge 67 Lytton heroine 68 Be profane 69 Slave of old 70 Sympathized 71 Swords DOWN 1 Saurel fish 2 Tuberous rootstock 3 once 4 Runs through 5 Heavy blow 6 Rule 7 Bestseller 8 In the lead 9 Links area 10 School exercise 11 Martini ingred ient 12 More mature 13 Relieves 21 Byebye 22 Hangout 25 Ship leaver 26 Plant part 27 Stilt 28 Young or Arkin PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 30 Berger 33 Attendants 35 DutchAfrican 36 Of soil 37 Was beaten 40 Stripped 43 Amos pal 44 Big name in Virginia 46 Forward 47 Beget 51 Populous 52 Bad things 53 Pretend 54 Reel 56 and took notice 59 French river 60 Auto part 61 Otherwise 62 Letters 64 Untruth Ranch schedules benefit barbecue For a day full of head out to Robbies Rustlers Ranch Saturday and help raise money to help children suffering from lifethreatening disabilities or The country barbecue begins at where hungry rustlers can get potato cold and drinks for the price of a Large plates will cost while small plates are Tickets may be purchased in ad vance from Janice Balcer at 6591787 or Pat Robinson at Tickets also will be sold Saturday at the Familyoriented events will be held all including all kinds of trail covered wagon pony rides and an auction at 4 A dance starts at with music by the Haslett Admission is for adults and children under 15 are Tickets will be on sale at the Robbies Rustlers is a nonprofit organization for children with life threatening disabilities and The organization originated from an idea to take the children tem porarily out of the hospital en vironment and put them in a setting where horses inspire their The role of Robbies Rustlers has expanded to include children being treated on an outpatient basis as well as those in the The operation of the ranch is funded by private donations and special fundraising Robbies Rustlers volunteers also perform visitations to other groups that are either direct or indirect recipients of ranch affiliation benefits Hope Group at Wilford Hall Medical Circle of Hope at Fort Sam Chidren Have a Parents Caring and ABC Any Baby and various homes and To reach the ranch from Interstate 10 take FM 465 S toward New The ranch is located on the left side about 5 miles from Call the Herald Classified 6259144 Flood map meeting May 18 Friday May 3A Lake Dunlap Property Owners along with Guadalupe Cattle Company and Guadalupe Realty is sponsoring a public meeting concerning the surrounding new flood way The meeting will also deal with recent interpretations of the laws governing use of City and county officials of New Braunfels and Comal County and Seguin and Guadalupe County have been invited along with concerned property owners on Lakes Placid and the Comal and Guadalupe The meeting is set for 2 May 18 at Kyle McAlisters Guadalupe Cattle ranch at 1150 Hwy 46 County balks at change request New The entrance to the ranch is about 1 miles from 135 coming from New or about a mile north of Clear Spring from A barbecue meal will be served after the and concerned property owners may contribute to a legal fund to be used to help resolve some of the problems revolving around the issue of land use in the flood Interested persons that wish to attend may can the ranch at 6290985 so proper preparations can be The meeting will be held at the lake house on the at the end of the drive that goes through the In case of it will be moved to the large barn at ranch headquar Briefly By LILLIAN THOMAS Staff writer County engineer Clark McCoy will get his office but county commissioners Thursday dashed his hopes of getting started McCoy came to commissioners with a change order on the office expansion which had been last week at an ap proximate cost of Com missoners planned to take the money out of contingency funds as soon as a more exact estimate had been The original plans though needed additions a a another amperage circuit and some plumbing work bringing the total to Because that brings the project over the bid McCoy wanted to add the entire office ex pansion project as a change order onto the work being done on the garage area of his County auditor Bate Bond backed up the saying that it was legal as long as the change order was less than 25 percent of the original You are avoiding the bidding process this County Judge Fred Clark It bothers me to avoid that It gets around the intent of the When those garage bays plans were this wasnt even in our minds at the time to Both Bond and McCoy pointed out that the cost and time lost on bidding the project would negate any gains made by opening the project to The issue is a matter of not what is expedient to Clark Are we going to avoid the bidding process I think we are obligated to follow the law both the letter and the Commissioners Evans and Bill George agreed with saying that the project had changed too much to give it to the contractor already on the In other commissioners agreed to apply for state funds to repair Watson Lane with the county footing 20 percent of the bill about The state rated the bridge as the top priority in Comal County in need of The second worst bridge is Specht and both will have 10ton weight limits posted on the bridge and at either end of Watson Lane until the reconstruction Texas a company that uses Watson Lane extensively for heavy truck has recently refused to help with material to replace the a practice they have agreed to in the George MAKE YOUR POOL APAK1Y START IT UP WITH Bring your pool to call or a FREE water sample THE POOL SOURCE off IH 35 on Engel South of New Brauntels 18002927809 County roundup The weight limit signs will mean the company will have to reroute their Commissioners requested George to continue negotiations with The problem with moving on the Specht Crossing bridge is that it will take the county acquiring a minimum of in rightofway because it needs to be McCoy In an afternoon com missioners divided up different areas and departments that each would be sponsible Evans will have the road depart ment and law enforcement Com missioner Monroe Wetz will continue to be liaison with the jail construction and new Annex construction Commissioner Lorenzo Yankee Camarillo will work with Alamo Area Council of Community Council of South the central appraisal and hazardous material and emergency preparedness George will work with Clark on the sanitation department and the health depart and Clark will also work on job descriptions and a personnel manual for county employees with ad ministrative assistant Mary In the morning com missioners also accepted Waynes Landscaping bid for the ne w jail landscaping contract at for plants and for the irrigation crafts show set this weekend An arts and crafts show featuring over 30 booths will fill the New Braunfels Utilities parking lot Saturday and Sunday from to fresh soft sculpture dolls and jewelry and other items will be available at the as well as The show is sponsored by Com munity NBHSFHA gives New Braunfels High Schools chapter of the Future Homemakers ofAmerica donated to the ob stetrical unit of McKenna Memorial This money will be used to pur chase equipment for the delivery Members earned money from the sale of cash books and football Students from the child develop ment classes visit this unit each semester and wanted to make the donation in order to show their ap CMS choir to sing for African children Members of the Canyon Middle School choir will dedicate their talent show on May 16 to the nationwide Save the Children CMS Principal Roy Linnartz This is the first of several projects by CMS students to provide food and medicine for the Save the Children The performance will begin at in the CMS where donations will be accepted at the The money will be used to provide food to the starving children of Wendy Reinke is CMS choir director and talent show Frazier fourth grade sets Freedom Bound Fourthgrade students at Frazier Elementary will perform a musical called Freedom after the Goodwin Frazier ParentTeacher meeting Monday The performance will involve all 127 fourthgraders at and the public is The play will begin at in the Frazier following the 7 PTO Freedom Bound tells the story of a family and its struggle to be reunited after immigrating to the United States in the late CISD students eye state Special Olympics Eight Comal ISD students will travel to Austin on May 2224 to compete in the State Special Olympics on the University of Texas They are Betsye Macke of Bulverde Elementary School Colton Garrison of Frazier Elementary School and Juan Allen Irene Rosa Rosemary Robles and Dolores all of Canyon These eight qualified for state at an April 27 Special Olympics track and field meet in Others who participated there were Monica Odazier and Kim File of Frazier and Eric Chris Memrie Tye and Wesley all of the 14 students brought home five firstplace eight 15 five fourths and one fifthplace award from the April 27 Pat Rutledge is Special Olympics head coach for She was assisted on the trip to Austin by and Lee Weather C Extended forecasts Sunday through Tuesday DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Wade Fifth Carl Schurz Texas Fair skies were reported across Texas although weather observers said thunderstorms could return to portions ot Southwest Texas Heavy some flooding and tornadoes were reported across much of the nation last night and early but not in where a high pressure system allowed fair skies to Winds were light and southeasterly over the Panhandle and South while light breezes from the northwest were common over much of North and South Most Texans awoke to temperatures in the 50s and and the National Weather Service said afternoon highs today would be mostly in the with readings climbing into the Big the 90s in the RO Grande Valley Texas forecasts NORTH TEXAS Fair through Saturday Mild warmer low tonight 58 to 61 High Saturday 84 to 87 SOUTH TEXAS warm ciays mild at night through Highs mostly in the 80s except near 90 extreme south Lows tonight 60s except 50s hill country ana WEST TEXAS Lows tonight in the 60b and Highs Saturday in the 80s ana Isolated thunderstorms tonight Warmer una sunny on West TexasPartly cloudy and with a chance of afternoon md ihun clerstonns Highs 80s erir 00 Big Bend Lows hOs South Widriy ruin and north MonOHy jnd Tuesddv partly Ltouny vvsni nro humid Hiqns mid 80s jpper BJS near 90 south Lows mid 60s north to teat 70 south Sunday morning from V north to the mid 70s bOuth Monday The Nation of ridton N Honda iidd idm ncM 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