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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 5, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas March 1991 Page Crossword Public meetings Sorority gifts ACROSS 1 Tablet 5 Some Egyptians 10 Artificial 14 Theater area 15 Drags 16 Split 17 Polluting substance 19 English composer 20 Wobble 21 Parts of the psyche 22 Qnarl 23 Diverts 25 Shelter 26 Belts kin 30 Vehicle 31 Jockeys gear 34 For this purpose 36 Ditches 38 Spanish aunt 39 UNs forerunner 42 Antlered animal 43 Bulba 44 Platform 45 Less forward 47 Stake 49 Fusses 50 H of HMS 51 Tapestry 53 Fruit 55 Brother 56 Water sport 61 Vessels 62 Saddled with a predicament 64 Move along 65 Climbing vine 66 Asian robe 67 Rider 68 Swiss lake 69 Trudge DOWN 1 Narrow strip 2 Mother 3 Fit of shivering 4 Zone 5 Angel 6 Scull 7 Quebec battle site 8 Ministers 9 Fast jets 10 Wagered 11 Type of lizard 12 Pisas river 13 Fulfill 18 Asian festival 24 Grapevine 25 Stands up 26 State capital 27 An Astaire 28with greet 29 Greedy one 31 32 Jargon 33 Unburdens 35 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interest The Treasurys benchmark 30year bond was up 1932 in early trading pushing its yield down to NB1SD board to discuss energy sex education New Braunfcls Independent School District board of trustees will meet in a workshop session tonight to discuss an energy management system and a sex education Board members currently are debating the hiring of a Wichita Falls consulting firm to institute an energy management program in the schools to save The board will take that debate one step further tonight at 7 when officials from the Texas Education Service Center Region 13 make a presentation on the energy plan they Superintendent Charles Bradberry says he is interested in instituting a program that will save the district in energy Were just looking at a lot of ways to save he I want them to put those savings back into the peo ple and programs that are The board also tonight will review a secondary selfresponsibility The districts selfresponsibility committee has been working on a cur riculum that could be instituted in the schools to give students the ability to say no to sex rather than having a program promoting safe The public is invited to attend the workshop meeting at The Education Center board 430 Mill FERGUSON The Planning Zoning New Braunfels Planning and Zoning Commission today is expected to approve a master plan of subdivided property so land owners may build a The land will be separated into sec tions and designed by lot and block number and then filed at the County Clerks said Mike planning director for the City of New Texas Commerce Bank owns the land located on 81 and Interstate Rob an agent for the said developers plan to platt and subdivide only the first acres of the That part of the land has been prop osed for a restaurant which will prob ably be the International House of Pancakes because that firm made the first Eversberg if they back down well look for another he The rest of the land will not be util ized until agents find a buyer or a Right now the total tract is on a single master plan with no proposed he In addition to approving the master the commission also is expected to grant preliminary or final approval of New Braunfels the name Eversberg picked for the subdivision of The meeting will be held tonight at in the Meeting Room at the Municipal KATHRYN SCHOEMER Volunteer firefighters needed ByKATHRYNSCHOEMER Staff Writer The volunteer firefighting organi zation in New Braunfels may cease to exist if residents dont donate more At one we had four compa nies with 15 members Since weve dwindled down to five firefighters that are really said George a member of the New Braunfels Volunteer Fire Department and sales representative for Becker Motor If more residents dont the city may need to invest tax dollars into the fire department to hire some permanent Theyre giv ing us one more chance to recruit volunteers and if that doesnt work we might have to get Becker Previous volunteers have either accepted paid firefighter moved away or were forced to quit because their jobs wouldnt allow them the extra time to fight Becker Although todays volunteer fire fighters donate more they receive better Seventeen years ago you wore your own street gloves and bunker pants and the equipment we had didnt meet safety the fire department pro vides each firefighter with his own gear and a portable lots of people dont have the time because theyre holding down two jobs or they dont know about Becker the New Braunfels Vol unteer Fire Department is accepting Requirements for firefigh ters include applicants at least 18 years a drivers license and back ground a physical fitness a New Braunfels phone number and working a minimum of four hours of training per month with fire and emergency Elroy fire marshal for the New Braunfels Fire said the fire department also is accept ing applications for support person People who want to but dont want to fight fires can volunteer for data public education or he AIR DUCT CLEANING TERRYS CLEANINGCln SERVICES 6291022 Staring Oil THCountyArti Since 1372 Donations to the Senior Citizens Building earmarked for chan are presented to Comal County Senior Citizens Foundation President Les Making the presentation for Beta Sigma Phi sor oritys Texas lota Master is Elinor service chair Representing Beta Sigma Phis Texas LaureateUpsilon Chapter are President Carol and Violet ser vice Each chapters donation was for Photos by Erik Karlsson Q I Paul Lutheran Church Join Us Every Wednesday X February 13th through March 20th Fellowship Dinner Service 181 Santa Clara Ave 6259191 Iff TCflV The Best All Yogabars 208 Loop 337 6251313 2 20 9 114 16 84 9 62 8 35 31 59 39 20 76V4 43 9 Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels 707 Landa or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels HeraldZeitung at New DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher JANINE GREEN LONE BEASLEY Managing Editor Advertising Director CHERYL DuVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall counties three six one Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery six one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one If you have not received your newspaper by Tuesday through or by call 6259144 or 658WOO by 7 and 11 Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New Texas These 26 businesses will promote their people and their operations in Horizons All Star Glass Barkel Becker Motor Company Bradzoil Carltons New Braunfels Wurst Centex Office Center Detex Corporation Dittlinger Roller Mills Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Entex Flume Construction GuadaComa Mechanical Hadlock and Fox Kirk Gregory Lafarge Corporation Lone Star Die Casting Mill Store Plaza Mission Valley Mill Naegelins Bakery Standard Casualty Company The Porter Company Texas Commerce Bank TriCity Cement Company WalMart WalMart Distribution Center WestPoint Mission Valley Mill 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