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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Crossword Stammtisch School New Texas December Page 3A ACROSS 1 and tush 5 Farm sounds 9 Palpitate 14 Thought 15 Sharpness 16 Feather 17 Franco 18 Get around 19 Appraiser 20 Zlgs mate 21 Canadas Northwest 23 Pub hostess 25 Corrode 26 On 27 of wines 29 Saturns wife 32 Mouselike 35 Enter 36 Ooor sign 37 Blue moons 38 Pussyfoot 39 Beverage 40 Colorless 41 Seed cover 42 Lucia 43 Barrel 44 Cripple 45 Youngster 46 Twiggy 48 Feels grlel 52 Nary a trace 56 Umps call 57 Mountain spur 58 Composition 59 Sheepfold 60 Lasers kin 61 Short for Scrooge 62 Hebrew lyre 63 Admittance 64 Staff 65 Swiss city DOWN 1 Ezlo 2 Perfect 3 Fabric 4 Boo 5 Deprived 6 Esteem 7 Seaweed 8 Half 9 Shoot forth 10 Listens to 11 Serum 12 Body joint 13 Jug lugs 21 Trussed up 22 Sturdy chest 24 Arm part 27 Western city 28 Ice palace 30 Ale serving 31 Greek promenade 32 After a Roosevelt 33 Ice house 34 Poverty declaration words PREVIOUS PU22LE SOLVED 35 Surly 36 Slip away from 38 Disrepute 42 Duplicate 44 Distinctive dress 45 Remnant 47 Subsequently 48 Cloth 49 Kind of knot 50 Instructor 51 Unrelenting 52 Monicker 53 Algeria city 54 Mulligan 55 Instrument 59 Truck area Election Continued from Page 1A allocate for acquisition That acquisition would likelv btm the district s xmth attendance ZOIK The third proposition i would add SI w to the school tax bill for a or increase the lax rate b o cents per lion Obituaries After the election the district would U rated to determine the relative quality of the issue NB1SD received a AA rating for its mi bond The best is but very few districts have that AA is very Curtis said He added that NH1SI could expect an interest rate of about 8 5 percent Continued from Page 1A Neuse said there are two main reasons for nondelivery in correct addresses and no If you have not received your CISD tax you should con tact our office as soon as he The office Is at 1425 81 in New Braunfels and is open from to 5 Monday through Telephone numbers are 625 8081 for New Braunfels residents and 8857674 for Canyon Lake and Bulverde The tax office will close at 18 and will reopen 21 and It will be closed from The tax office will reopen 28 and remain open through 31 from 8 to 4 the of fice will be closed New Years Day and reopen The mailing address is Box New Texas 78131 The Canyon Lake incorporation meeting will be held 15 at two doors down in the same shopping center with the lakes Chamber of Commerce Call 9642223 for more Jeffrey Woodward is a 1986 graduate of New Braunfels High School and will be singing a solo concert 20 at 5 at First Protestant New Admission is Woodward is now attending Stephen Austin Univer sity where he is majoring in music Drainage Continued from Page 1A Dobrowolski said he hopes to have the new ordinance in effect in February the ordinance will require drainage management plans in areas know to have poor drainage The ordinance will be basically pointed toward new construction l expect the ordinance will be more of a help to the developers than a hin he said It will give them more information Were looking at each watershed differently and tak ing advantage of regional planning so you dont have to just look at sight bysight development In some there will not be any additional time or money spent to do studies or singlelot develop ment The ordinance also will give developers a guideline so they wont have to go into a drainage study for Dobrowolski said The city engineer said the proposed drainage ordinance should not decrease the value of land in certain parts of the city The proposed ordinance will not make the areas more or less valuable It svil bring to light the facts that these areas do or do not have additional drainage needs or have the potential for these needs All its going to do is let people know where those areas he said There are always going to be areas that need particular attention Henry Payne Services lor Henry Payne of Ky Si will u at HI su a rn Satur da at Peter and Paul Catholic Church with the Kev Kugene officiating Hunal will be in Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery A rosary will be reviled at IXxpprnschrnidt Funeral Home at 7 p ni Friday Payne ftl died Ikc y at McKenna Memorial Hospital He was born July IN m Alabama to Thomas and Angilme netClark Payne He married Madge Moeller in New Braunfels on Feb lym Payne was a retired welder or H B Construction and he was a member of Sts Peter and Paul Catholic Church Payne served in the I S Army from to Survivors include his Madge Payne of New one ilona Collins of New three sisters Bertha Caldwell and Myrtle both of Huntsvllle and Burvelle Harris of one brother Krnest Payne of Term and six grandchildren and seven great grandchildren Visitation will continue until y 15 a m Saturday at the funeral home Memorials may be made to the chari ty of ones choice Joe Gonzales Services for Joe F Gonzales of Jallatin St in Ind will be H a m Saturdav at Haven Funeral Home in Marion Ind with the Hev Israel iarcia officiating Burial will IKin Cram Memorial Park Gonzales ortnerlv of New Brauntels died IKny 1987 at Si Vincents Hospital in Indianapolis fo was born Nov 17 iyc in New Braunfels He was a produc tion worker at the CPC division of General Motors in Marion and was a member ol Iniied Auto Workers Survivors include his wife Nora of Marion Ind three daughters Klena of Fort Wayne Ind Martha Smith of South Bend Ind and Hope Gonzales of Marion Ind five sons Joe Gonzales Jr and Kichard both of Fort Wayne Ind Victor Carlos Gon zales of Ind and George Gonzales and Hogelio Gonzales both of Marion Ind one brother Jesse Gonzales of New Braunfels three Mrs Kpi Socorro Guadalupe Amaro and Consuelo all of New and 10 grandchildren ATTENTION FARMERSRANCHERS Kittie Petroleum Wholesale Distributor of Phillips 66 and Texaco Petroleum Diesel Kerosene and Now serving New Braunfels and Comal County We Deliver Call 3332510 Lobby Hours Coins and Chains A vailable at Executive Bane New Texas Continued from Page 1A more energy Rogers said utility bills at the new school building are expected to be less than those at the much smaller older high Each of the 75 academic classrooms in the school is designed to house 25 classrooms arent as large as they used to be when they were built for 35 But we think 25 students is about right per Since the states cut us back to a maximum of 22 students in the lower we feel like eventually theyll cut us back to about 25 for high Brown Larry assistant principal at Smithson said the building is first They didnt throw any money but everything is going to be like it should he Smithson Valley opened its doors in 1976 when the current high school was Since that enrollment has grown as the southwest portion of Comal County has become more densely Brown said the campus of the new which sits on the side of a will fit into the Hill Country environ We saved every tree we We lost one big tree at the but thats We think its going to be a real pretty Brown Once the high school student body moves into the new renova tion work will begin on the old building which will house a middle Bulverde and Mountain Valley middle schools will merge at the old high school The completion of the new Smithson Valley High School will mark one of the final projects includ ed in a million bond issue ap proved by Comal Independent School District patrons in Districtjudge files two ways to test law DENTON AP State District Judge Charles Chandler Davis is running for reelection on two tickets in a challenge to the state election code that restricts can didates to one filed as a candidate for reelection in the Democratic primary a week after he filed as a Republican party can The system forces judges to raise money from who are generally the only people who care who the judges said who currently sits as a His challenge comes at a time when there is increasing pressure to reform the present judicial system because of revelations that many at torneys have contributed heavily to the judges election Davis paid each time he fil ed for the 362nd District Court Denton County Democratic Chair woman Emma Joe Yarbrough said Davis told party officials he planned to doublefile and she will not con test the decision Pepperell cMILL STORE A True Factory Owned Operated By The Manufacturer FAMOUS NAME MENS DRESS SHIRTS When youre looking for an yet easycare dress youll find it in this Classic dress shirts for the business man who cares about his Choose from print and solid Selected Sizes Compare to MENS FAMOUS NAME SWEATERS Very warm and very good these blazer sweaters are first quality closeouts and that means warm savings for They come in fancy V crew neck and jersey crew neck Sizes Compare to Pepperell MILL STORE A Ftctorv Owned By The ANTONIO 4USTO S4MM4KQS 6255289 NEWMUUNHU I M Erf Itt sscuw 1 n TO VICTOKU Monday thru Saturday 9AMto6PM Sunday 10 6 I 35 Exit 189 New   

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