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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Crossword New Texas December Principal who helped students cheat fired ACROSS 1 Instrument 5 Door part 9 Fabric 14 Bradley 15 Ending for man or tan 16 People group 17 Timber wolf 18 Fashion 19 Weapon 20 Golf shot 22 Drew back 24 Certain chancel seats 26 Piece 27 After taxes 28 Guardhouse 29 Mauna 32 Jigs 35 Backing out 37 Nice girl friend 38 Satans lorte 39 Queens Plate or the Derby 40 Cards 43 Gazed 45 Enzyme 46 Fun time 47 Khan 48 Villa 49 Hover 53 Always 57 Sludge 58 Hindu noble 59 Wyrna Loy role of old 61 Feature song 62 Cinema prize 63 Dash 64 Seaweed 65 Looks for 66 Depend 67 Greek resistance DOWN 1 Cargo areas 2 Love 3 Furious 4 Alberta and Quebec 5 Preserve 6 Greek public square 7 Irani of old 8 Society members 9 Abnormal 10 Neck pain 11 Opening 12 Adjective suffix 13 Old reward 21 Gen 23 Demolish 25 Possessive 28 Lively 29 Fibster 30 Formerly 31 Timeworn 32 Figures 33 City on the PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED HOUSTON AP A bitterly divided Houston school board voted to Ire an elementary school prin cipal accused of helping thousands of students cheat for years on a basic skills Leon former principal of Mllam Elementary was terminated immediately Friday following the 54 vote by the Houston Independent School District His Richard said an appeal to the state education commissioner or state district court would be The split vote upheld findings by an administrative panel that in vestigated the accusations against Mitchison during 80 hours of hear ings In July and according to school district Mitchison created a climate of fear and intimidation through the use of accusations and public according to the districts He allegedly helped students cheat on the Iowa Test of Basic A letter from HISD Superinten dent Joan Raymond dated March 27 said violations began in the 198081 school year and included using ac tual tests to create practice allowing students to practice during regular class giving students inappropriate assistance from proctors during the actual test and failing to follow guidelines on time limits and test Strahan said the charges against Mitchison are false and said his client has been denied his rights to due process since he was suspended a year Steel Skunk 34 Diamond crew 36 Ontario 38 Kitchen tool 41 Athletes 42 Drier 43 Associate 44 Shield 48 Harsh sound 49 Untamed 50 Weary 51 Author Zola 52 Garners 53 Winged deity 54 Rose holder 55 Noun ending 56 Fur source 60 Unlimited Continued from Page 1A Steel had been selected for a special Legislative Scholarship and served in the office of the Jack Hightower during Hightowers term in the United States House of Representatives He also served in the Reagan Ad ministration by working in the Office of the General Counsel for the Federal Energy Regulatory Com mission In and was a briefing attorney in the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals in which presides over both criminal and civil appeals from this and other Steel is married to the former MLissa Tiedt of New Braunfels and has a general civil and criminal law practice at 297 W San Antonio CAD Continued from Page 1A this is pretty standard operating he James Hendricks will replace Mayor George Erben as the citys representative on the CAD board in Glynn Goff will be replaced by Ronald Morrison as the New Braunfels ISD represen tative and County Auditor Bate Bond will step down as Commis sioner Neil Craigmile takes the board seat representing Comal situation is pretty uni que in that everyone in this ap praisal district works under the chief appraiser and I uniquely serve the Thats why they need to evaluate This board hired me and this board needs to evaluate If the new board doesnt like what they they can change I work at the pleasure of the Rhodes said Fri Wednesdays meeting will begin at at the Education Center at 430 Mill 16 Public meetings The New Brauntels Rivers Ad visory Board will meet at A 30 p m Tuesday at the Landa Park Office to discuss placing a litter ranger on the Comal River The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will meet at 7 Tuesday at the Landa Park The board will hear a report from Mark Denton of the Texas Anti quities Committee on areas within Landa Park designated state ar cheologica landmarks The board also will discuss lighting at the Babe Huth baseball field at C a m p Comal Park Also establishing a park plan section with no monuments at Comal Cemetery will be considered The board also will discuss relocating a barricade within Landa Park to traffic flow when park barricades are used The Comal Appraisal District Board of Directors will hold a closed session Wednesdav to evaluate the pertormance of Chief Appraiser Richard Before the executive the board will meet at at the appraisal district office at 430 Mill St On the agenda for the meeting is presentation of service in troduction of new board members and appointment of appraisal review board After the executive the board will reconvene in open session to consider taking action on Rhodes salary f Ddf dJ tfl til The Staff wishes to express their whole hearted thanks to friends and clients who have supported us in our first year of Without your support we would have never gone this again many thanks to the people that made it The Team of Crisms Salon and Boutique The Oaks P E El e E B 6 Ej Obituaries John Fred Cook liravesidc services for John Fred Cook o H3 Dollar Drive will be al p in Monday at Kim wood Memorial Park in Abilene with the Chris Walker o Abilene officiating died Dec 1W7 at Col omal Manor Nursing Home He was born July 18 to John and i PreisS Cook in Iowa A former Cook was a member of Khmvood Baptist Church m Abilene and served in the I S Ar my during World War 1 rum 19U to Survivors include two daughters Beth Itoltman ol Columbia Mo and Patricia Boelgc of New one John Cook of Abilene eight grandchildren anil 1 T great grandchildren Services are under the direction o Klliot Hamil Funeral Home in Abilene Lena Elsie Moser Ciraveside services for lena Klsie Moser of Krvendberg will be at 11 a m Monday at Hillside Cemetery inCuero Moser died Iec at McKenna Memorial Hospital A New Braunfels resident for five Moser was oorn June to Ixwis and Ida nee Schneider in Sbe was the wife of iuy Moser who died in IJnl A housewife and member of Grace LutlKra Church in Houston Moser worked many hours with the Democratic Party in Houston Survivors include a lXris G Thomas of New James Guy Moser of two Agnes Duerr and Alga both of San one Louis Schreider of five grandchildren and five great grandchildren Sisitation uill be al noon Sunday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home and continue until y p m Sunday Memorials may be made to Grace Lutheran Church in Houston or to the charity of ones choice Leo Ulcak Services for leo A Ileak of 533 Booker were Nov 15 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Halleltsville Burial was in Si Marys Cemetery m Hallettsville Rosary was recited at Doeppenschmuit Funeral Home and at Kebeiia Funeral Home in Hallett sville died Nov in Audie Murphy Veterans Administra tion Hospital in San Antonio He was bom Nov to Kdward and Frances mee Smirek tlcak in Lavaca A New Braunfels resident for 31 he was a retired teacher and principal tlcak was a member of Sis Peter and Paul Catholic Church and a member of the Knights of Disabled Veterans Ad National and Texas Stale Teachers Associa Ulcak was a veteran of World Warll Survivors include his Helen M Ulcak of New Braunfels three Kstelle Moles and lxrelta both of and Sandy Ulcak of New Braunfels one Stanley K Ulcak of New one Fdith Dusek of I wo Gus Ulcak and Henry Ulcak bolh of and three grandchildren Pallbearers were Ulcaks nephews Harry Gary Harvey David Chns Ulcak and Gregory Ulcak Altar boys were Johnnie Sam Ulcak and Patrick Ulcak GOLD FOR CHRISTMAS Coins and Chains Available at Lobby Hours Executive Bane New Texas Finding out wont cost you Our brochure is Full dis cussion 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