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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS 1 Fastener 6 Fur source 10 Darkens 14 High card 15 Velocity 16 Belief 17 Oldwomanish 18 Zestful 19 Spanish artist 20 Surrendered 22 Measuring Instrument 23 Work table 24 Not moving 26 Craze 29 Spike 31 Long 32 It cost 1 34 Close again 38 Goalies feat 39 My Sal 41 Offwhite 42 T of NATO 45 Disappears 48 Deer 49 Harrows foe 50 Cereal 51 Track events 55 Andes native 57 Its Way to Tipperary 58 Mind 63 Overdue 64 Australian bird 65 Arm bones 66 Greenbacks 67 Paved strip 68 Macabre 69 Monsters home 70 Pot filler 71 Les Unls DOWN 1 African land 2 Ranger 3 Indigo shrub 4 Wellfounded 5 Avert 6 Activating 7 Rain drain 8 Corrosive liquids 9 Ushered 10 Makes known 11 Visionary 12 Blackbird 13 Full 21 Jacobs brother 22 Herb 25 Black liquid 26 Observe Lent 27 In the distance 28 Peace lover 30 Go away 33 Preparedness 35 Repeated sound PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 36 Neighborhood 37 Passion 40 Range 43 Asian society 44 However 46 but the Brave 47 Comprise 51 Beauty 52 Hand tool 53 Routines 54 Simple 56once 59 Meticulous 60 Sicilian town 61 Stage group 62 Letters 64 Period Five hurt in refinery explosion Texas AP Authori ties arc still investigating the cause of a Phillips Petroleum Orayco booster station explosion and fire that injured five Four of the five were hospitalized at West Texas hospitals following the early Thursday blast near about IS miles southeast of Pampa and 50 miles northeast of The booster station was undergoing maintenance work when the explo sion according to a Phillips news release issued late Phillips officials also stated that the cause of the explosion was still The which authorities said transfers gas to larger transport cut off supplies after the New Texas Mtfch 1991 Page 3 In celebration j Paul Lutheran kindergarteners held a concert of song earlier this complete with and spirited songs of praise and Photo by Karlsson Republicans blast Bullocks income tax push AUSTIN AP If a politician votes to create a state income is he committing political suicide I hope says Jack for mer GOP gubernatorial Rains and other Republicans are blasting Bob Bullocks income tax charging that that the deck is stacked for a special study committee to recommend the controv ersial Its the same old with no interest in effi ciency in state GOP Chairman Fred Meyer said Rains and another former GOP gubernatorial Kent predicted that Democratic Ann Richards special tax task force would recommend the income They will come back and We dont like it but this state needs an income Rains Theres one absolute truth that never changes government will expand and spend every nickel they can lay their hands who based his unsuccessful 1990 campaign on an antiincome tax Theres going to be tremendous pressure for an income Just look at that committee I feel confident they are going to come out for an income Hance Richards staff denied the Gubernatorial press secretary Bill Cryer said the task force will conduct an objective review of all state taxes and fees with no predetermined course of The panel is to report by July With Republican John Connally as and business leaders and local officials on that I think it is probably the most balanced group you could Cryer Their charge is very straightfor There is no hidden he a stunned many legislators by declaring that he would lead a campaign to create both personal and corporate income He proposed a 5 percent personal income tax and an 8 percent corporate levy that would raise about billion in He said the levy should be accompanied by rollbacks hi school property taxes and repeal of the cor porate franchise Bullock contends that income taxes are the only option pay for court ordered school finance more prisons and added welfare because the state sales tax already is among the nations His bombshell drew harsh criticism from and lessthan enthusiastic responses from some fel low Reaction from members of the Democraticcontrolled 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Register Now for the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce FAMILY TRADE FAIR 91 Saturday April 13 Sunday April 14 Register before March 15th and receive an early bird FAMILY TRADE FAIR 91 is designed to attract the consumerfamilies with needs for products and Your business will have the opportunity to offer your product to thousands of buyers For More Info Call 6252385 54 54 118 117 65 64 62 65 SmthBch eqn Soulhcm Co SwMAirll 4 76tt 39V4 42 56 69 28H 27 32 86Vi 9 T4 3ffA 44 71 61 27 27H 60 64 29 4 76 39 41 14 22 2 84 5 18 9 54 118 64 61 64 30 4 76 39 14 55 55 28 31U 8SH VA TA 36 44H 61 Vt 2GA 27 68Vi 8Vi 26 3V4 86 84 TA 36U 44 61Vi 26M 27 TGMENS OKI I EXPO Celebrate a new season of fashion with a funfilled day of events March Join us for a Womens World fashion show at Dillards North Star Commen tated by Mary author and Executive Director of Big a division of Ford Duffy will share accessorizing and wardrobe building After the join us in the Womens World department for more exciting 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