New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 18, 1987, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 18, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas CI.SD.Crossword ACROSS 1 Steer 5 Dale 9 Conspiracy 14 Met solo 15 Attenuated 16 Battery part 17 Color 18 Platoon 19 Length units 20 Ingress 22 Evil spirits 23 Bone: prof 24 Festive 25 Stenches 28 Dollar: slang 32 Israeli dances 33 Asian land 34 Estuary 35 And elsewhere: abbr. 36 Gets along 37 Young animal 38 Ante 39 Uncovered 40 Plebe 41 Canadians neighbor 43 Light movie 44 Greek resistance 45 Notoriety 46 Tripods 49 Rose up 53 Glue 54 Presented 55 Opera booth 56 Register 57 Hole-in-one maker 58 Next to Afghanistan 59 Ash and oak 60 Swiss city 61 Singer Williams DOWN 1 Distaste 2 Innisfail 3 Fluff 4 Dowagerlike 5 Pig sounds 6 Weapon 7 Niagara Falls feeder 8 Tulle 9 King Arthur's palace 10 Mammal 11 Big knife 12 Mideast gulf 13 Smaller 21 Importunes c A R E A B O D P L A I S r N J S o F F p I L a1 T R A p] S E W A R s C U T c A L M A N T El B O R NM S E A f] PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED T SIE TAL E EBY ALE N EBE STE O N O T E PER BENUMB EMB TOA M ERAL N E E T EONS E R S A T I LE NAVAL ARABS SENSE 22 Dowagers 24 Jeered 25 Queen of — 26 Emblem 27 Provoked 28 Charmer 29 Scrape away 30 Lubricated 31 Well-dressed 33 "— Bulba'' 36 Countenances 37 Waxy flower 39 Quoters 40 Italian lake 42 Leased 43 Grotto 45 “... starve a 46 Disgorge 47 Native of New Mexico 48 Re 49 Lineage 50 Mangled 51 "Well, I'llbe!'' 52 Turn down 54 Gift of — 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ti 12 13 14 ’5 16 17 I 1. J , 20 21 , ■ 22 23 J ■ 25 26 27 I ■ 28 29 30 31 32 J ■ 33 ■ 34 35 J I 36 ■ 37 38 ■ 39 . ■ 40 41 42 J ■ /. :?;B44 ■ 45 46 47 48 ■ Tv 50 51 52 53 ■ r ■ 55 56 7 58 59 60 I r S.A.G.E. students find pen pals S.A.G.E. (Significant Activities for Generating Excellence) students in grades three, four and five at Bulverde Elementary School participated in a week-long letter-writing project before Christmas, and now they’re seeing the results. Replies are coming to the students from mail sent to persons on the aircraft carrier U.S.S. John F. Kennedy in the Mediterranean, the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Carl Vinson in the In- N.B.I.S.D dian Ocean, U.S. forces in Korea, Marines stationed on the island of Okinawa, and Army personnel in East Germany and Czechoslovakia. “Our students’ project centered on format and contents of letters,” said teacher Marlene Moore. “They located all places on the map and chose the addresses to use. We sent letters to all five places,” she added. Recently, replies have been received. “We are most excited about the answers,” Moore said. Students are hoping to make this an ongoing project. Art work on display at Smithson Valley Art students at Smithson Valley High School are displaying their work in the school’s main hallway during January. Juliette Frederick, art teacher at SVHS, said, ‘‘The art students have worked hard all year and the products are on display We have some extremely talented young men and women.” She added, ‘‘We have some great talent here and we want to show it.” The public is invited to come by the school and view the artwork during January. Please check in at the office upon arrival at the campus Principals write article on appraisals c 1987 United Feature Syndicate Two NBISD principals have submitted an article for national publication. Carl Schurz Elementary principal Jane MacDonald and Memorial Primary principal Karen Simpson wrote an article supporting the Texas Teacher Appraisal System. ‘‘It (the appraisal system) gives us a common language,” MacDonald said, adding that the system's focus is on the classroom and instruction The principals have submitted the article to Reflections, an annual publication of the Danforth Foundation which is edited by the Harvard University’s Education Administration Department The book will be distributed in April at the National Principal Center Conversation in San Francisco Reflections is for educational administrators ‘‘who are concerned about the growth and develop-ment of public school administrators,” Simpson said MacDonald agreed that the publication's purpose is to allow principals “to reflect on one s own practice ." 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