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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 7, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Government Planning and Zoning mission City Hall council Garden Ridge City Council 7 City Paul Davis Organizations TOPS Take Off Pounds Sen Calendar of Events Laurel Plaza recreation Fraternal Order of Eagles Eagles Mission Valley Community Center at the Comal Historians First Federal Savings and Loan meeting German American Society Log Haus Narcotics Anonymous 8 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Four Seasons Garden Club 10 Landa Park Rotary Club nooft Eagles New Braunfels Jaycees Faust If you would like to announce your groups activities in the call us at 6259144 or send us a notice to Drawer New Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 the day before Deadline for Sunday editions is New Braunfels 1985 Crossword Stocks Deaths NEW YORK AP High AMR Corp Amer Can Amerltech AMIInc Am Motors AmStand Amer Amoco Armcolnc AtlRichfld BancTexas BellAtlan BellSouth Beth Steel Border CaterpTr Centel ChesebgP Chevron 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of CookWalden Funeral Home in Survivors include a Wilma Bulgawick of Del Valle two Raymond Edward Harding of San Antonio and Rude Emil Meyers of Dallas and one Jack Edward Vinson of Harold Gruwell Funeral services for Harold Gruwell of 683 Albert will be at 10 Wednesday at Paul Lutheran Church with the Charles DeHaven Burial will follow in Mountain Valley Cemetery in died May 5 at McKenna Memorial The son of Nina nee Seiker and Edward he was born 1912 in Cotton He married Maxine Ada Rapp 1942 in and served in the Navy in World War Gruwell worked as an inspector in the aerospace industry until he He lived in New Braunfels for the past nine years and attended Paul Lutheran Survivors include his Maxine Ada Gruwell of New Braunfels a Susi Flammer of New Braunfels a Mike Gruwell of Canyon Lake a Willard Gruwell of and three James Weems Kimberly Ann Weems Funeral services for James Ed ward Jimmy Weems and his Kimberly Ann of Austin will be at 2 Wednesday at Forest Oaks Funeral Home Chapel with the Oliver Johnson of Burial will follow in Forest Oaks Memorial A rosary will be recited today at the funeral home and died May 4 in an automobile ac Survivors include his wife and Kimberlys Lynn Weems of Austin his son and Kimberlys David James Weems of Austin his parents and Kimberlys paternal and James Weems of New Kimberlys maternal and James his grandmother and Kimberlys Pearl Luker of San ACROSS 1 Ranees garb 6 Neckwear 11 100 square meters 14 Love deeply 15 Forbidden 16 Yule item 17 Celestial body 18 Destroy 20 Retort 22 Beans 23 Fatal injury 25 Islands word 28 Stupid one 29 Sea predator 30 Some Celts 32 Love 34 Make wet 39 Brightest 42 Said to be 43 Duller 45 Chinas Chou 46 Fast walker 49 EST plus 1 50 Branches 54 Night sound 55 Chemical suf fix 56 Antelope 58 Knack 60 Hand part 63 Tete 66 Woman in Genesis 67 Carried 68 Quality 69 judicata legal phrase 70 Quick drinks 71 Yule visitor DOWN 1 Indian 2 Trouble 3 Proboscis type 4 Actress Bordoni 5 Collections 6 English essayist 7 Vegetables 8 Arabs cloak 9 Shaft 10 Metal sheet 11 Cottonwood 12 Of wheels 13 Cast out 19 El Spanish hero 21 Hostility 23 Hairy growth 24 Mail 26 Frozen dew 27 Poker pool contribution PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 30 Beverages 31 Terrific 33 Inlet 35 Move quickly 36 Very strong 37 Kid 38 Bluepencils 40 Perches 41 Gulls kin 44 Brawling 47 Hangs in folds 48 Lamprey 50 Submit 51 Vibrant 52 Neck growths 53 Verb suffix 55 Within 57 Leaguers 59 Viands 61 Quarrel 62 Three 64 Small bird 65 Greek letter 8 125 9 49 Maintenance contract on agenda 49 49 41 40 45 44 45 34 34V4 34 41V4 41Va 41V4 9 9 66 67 24 24Va 24 26 26 26 20 20 20 47 47 47 9Vs 67 A company that wants New Braunfels ISO to contract it for janitorial and maintenance services will give a presentation at the board meeting at New Braunfels ISD trustees will discuss a contract offered by Ser in tonights meeting at New Braunfels High School Servicemaster surveyed the school districts janitorial and maintenance service and came up with the areas in which it could save the school district Larry a Servicemaster management will give a presentation to the The maintenance service company would hire the districts present maintenance add training and a fulltime and save the district the survey Trustees will also have an executive session on personnel and a legal but no action is ex pected on Medical Respiratory Specialists Equipment AH Pharmacy Services 6257777 353 Landa We Deliver New Setup DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Chad Fifth Carl Schurz Texas Showers and thunderstorms triggered by a mixture of unstable air and a stationary front threatened to spread eastward across North Texas and southwestward across portions of West Texas Widely scattered showers and thun derstorms were reported at dawn across the Panhandle and forecasters said the activity will likely spread eastward across the state as well as around much of West The stationary front extended at dawn central Oklahoma acros the Panhandle into northern New It was to be partly cloudy and warm statewide today and Highs were to be mostly in the ranging upward to near 90 in South Texas and to as high as near 100 in the Big Bend area of Southwest Lows tonight will be mostly in the 60s and Highs Wednesday should again be mosty in the 80s and low Early morning readings were mostly in the mid 60s to the 70s statewide except in the Panhandle where readings were in the Extremes ranged from 55 at Amarillo to 69 at Other readings around the state included 64 at Wichita 66 at DallasFort 68 at 64 at 68 at San 65 at 67 at Midland and 57 at El j Texas forecasts North TexasA slight chance of thun derstorms northern third through Wed Partly cloudy and warm with daytime highs 85 to 89 and overnight lows 61 to West TexasWidely scattered thun possibly a few Panhandle with isolated thunderstorms over the South Plains Partly cloudy Continued warm afternoons and mild at Highs Wednesday near 80 Panhandle to mid 90s Concho Valley and near 100 Big Bend Lows tonight mid 50s Panhandle to mid 60s Concho Valley into Big South TexasConsiderable late night and morning cloudiness with partly cloudy and warm afternoons through Highs mostly mid and upper 80s except near 90 the Rio Low tonight 60s north to 70s south Extended forecasts Thursday through Saturday North Texas Warm and humid Thursday through A slight chance of thunderstorms extreme west and northwest Friday and Otherwise no precipitation High temperatures in the rnid and upper Lows in the mid and upper South Texas Considerable late night and morning cloudiness Thursday through Otherwise partly warm and Daytime highs in the 80s except upper 70s immediate coast and near 90 inland Lows in the 60s except 50s Hill Country and near 70 immediate West Texas Isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms Thursday through Otherwise continued partly cloudy and warm days with fair and mild Panhandle and South Plains highs mid 80s to near lows upper 50s to near Permiart Basin and Concho Valley highs upper 80s to lower lows lower to mid Far west highs upper 80s to lower lows upper 50s to lower Big Bend highs mid 80s mountains to around 100 lows lowei 50s mountains to mid 60s The Nation Thunderstorms skipped across the nation from the Atlantic Coast to the heartland today after a heavy rain and baseball sized hail hit the southern Showers and thunderstorms were scat tered along the north Atlantic across the midAtlantic the central and southern Plains and the middle Mississippi Brought To You MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Barik Bos 961 Mtto New 78130 Member MPfWfand FDIC MOTHERS DAY FAMOUS NAME BRAND WATCHES SALE to 59 99 Movements Date Ladies and Dress Watches many styles with 1 year Factory Warranty JACOB SCHMIDT Smiling Service Antonio 6252352
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