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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 22, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Grossword ACROSS 1 Executed 5 European 9 Waterfall 14 Tribe founder 15 At the peak of 16 MOMS kin 17 Ellipse 18 Roman Catholics and Protestants 20 Arrayed British PM Clement 23 Observe 24 That woman 25 Talent 26 Deranged 27 USSR range 28 Rascal Wellknown 34 Tangle 35 Through 36 Asian river 37 Report Time of year 39 By 40 Blind NL for short V42 Senate employee Bird sound Barrel part 47 Hurok Small bird 51 Reason for action S3 Calgarys big event 56 Gets going 57 58 Oracle or Fred 59 Left 60 Let It stand 61 62 Possesses 63 Menu Item DOWN 1 Untidy ones 2 Embankment 3 Escape 4 Trick 5 Crowded 6 Different 7 Nobleman 8 Upon 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 Mai de 27 Battery part 29 Care 30 Dabs 31 Wine valley 32 Sign 33 Stadium gate 34 Platform 37 Beardless PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED anam mania arnoa aaraa nana IHHEI 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to work out differences between House and Senate I dont agree with everything in Alan R Universal said of Oloss brenncrs But he Right its the only thing Only Fred voted against the Glossbrenners bill could be considered Wednesday by the full said Hugo D Corpus He heads the House Calendars The House measure would create about 200 education taxing drawn largely along county Local tax money would be redistri buted among school districts within those to get around a consti tutional ban on such shifting of The Senate bill would create 20 taxing Sharing local property tax revenue would address funding disparities caused by differences in local proper ly The richest school district in Texas draws funds from a local property tax base that is about 450 times greater than the poorest New members Gay Forties club President Rose marie at left in top welcomes new members Mary Virginia from Nancy Peevyhouse and Mariann Hostessing the Valentine themed event seated from left in photo at Dorothy Jackie 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