New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 22, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 22, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 22, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS 1 Executed 5 European 9 Waterfall 14 Tribe founder 15 At the peak of 16 Moses' kin 17 Ellipse 18 Roman Catholics and Protestants 20 Arrayed . 22 British PM Clement — 23 Observe 24 That woman '»25 Talent 26 Deranged 27 USSR range 28 Rascal .31 Well-known 34 Tangle 35 Through 36 Asian river 37 Report 38 Time of year : 39 By 40 Blind 41 NL team, for short 42 — Arbor 43 Senate employee 44 Bird sound 45 Barrel part . 47 Mr. Hurok 48 Small bird 51 Reason for action 53 Calgary's big event 55 Gets going 57 Capri, e g. 58 Oracle or Fred 59 Left 60 Let it stand 61 Lagers, e g. 62 Possesses 63 Menu item DOWN 1 Untidy ones 2 Embankment 3 Escape 4 Trick 5 Crowded 6 Different 7 Nobleman 8 Upon: prof. 9 Reedy plant 10 West Indies country 11 USSR watercourse 12 Pitch 13 Noun ending 19 Type of income 21 African lake 25 Blaze 26 Mal de - 27 Battery part 29 Care 30 Dabs 31 Wine valley 32 Sign 33 Stadium gate 34 Platform 37 Beardless PREVIOUS PUZZLE 80LVED State House may address school issue HoraW-Zs/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, February 22, 1991 38 Statute 40 Equine ailments 41 Peace 44 Seasides 46 Jungle beast 47 Grim 48 Seed cover 49 Loafs 50 Dentist's concern 51 Region of Jordan 52 Heraldic border 53 Pack 54 Contemptuous exclamation 56 GIS' address 1 2 3 ■ 14 17 20 23 15 18 21 24 9 10 11 12 13 16 22 31 32 33 36 39 42 134 37 |40 43 45    46 |28    29    30 35 41 144 51    52 55 58 61 [53 56 59 62 54 |57 60 63 49    50 rn next week By PEGGY FIKAC Associated Presa Writer AUSTIN (AP) — A “Robin Hood” school finance reform bill that would shift local property tax revenue from rich to poor school districts may be considered next week by the House, after winning committee approval. The House Public Education Committee passed the bill with an 8-1 vote Thursday, one day after the Senate approved a similar measure. The school finance reform legislation is in response to a Texas Supreme Court order requiring the state to equitably fund poor school districts. The bill drafted by House committee Chairwoman Ernestine Glossbren-ner, D-Alice, would handle the redistribution of funds differently than the Senate bill. Committee members agreed that the bill is likely to be changed. A conference committee is expected to work out differences between House and Senate measures. "I don't agree with everything in here,” Rep. Alan Schoolcraft, R-Universal City, said of Ms. Gloss-brcnner’s bill. But he added, "Right now, it’s the only thing working." Only Rep. Fred Blair, D-Dallas, voted against the legislation. Ms. Glossbrenner’s bill could be considered Wednesday by the full House, said Rep. Hugo Berlanga, D-Corpus Christi. He heads the House Calendars Committee. The House measure would create about 200 education taxing regions, drawn largely along county lines. Local tax money would be redistributed among school districts within those regions, to get around a constitutional ban on such shifting of funds. The Senate bill would create 20 taxing regions. Sharing local property tax revenue would address funding disparities caused by differences in local property wealth. The richest school district in Texas draws funds from a local property tax base that is about 4S0 times greater than the poorest district. New members Gay Forties club President Rosemarie Gregory, at left in top photo, welcomes new members Mary Virginia Brinkley, from left, Nancy Peevyhouse and Mariann Porter. Hostessing the Valentine-themed event were, seated from left in photo at left, Dorothy Noite, Jackie Schneider and Shirley Ruppel, and, standing from left, chairman Jan Wingate, Jo Ann Bedford, Cora Jane Becker and Florine Yoehle. 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