New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 10, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 10, 1991

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Issue date: Sunday, March 10, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald Zeltvng, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, March IO, 1991 Crossword ACROSS 1 Not barefoot 5 Overcast 9 Semesters 14 Learning 15 Ear part 16 Of a central line 17 A Waugh 18 Gaping 19 San — Bay, Calif. 20 Shouted 22 Loathe 23 Overwhelmed 24 Horse 25 Kindred 28 Officers 32 Appears 33 Stigma 34 impudence 35 Hotels 36 Chum 37 Alaska city 38 Philippine native 39 Big amounts 40 Fright 41 Foolish talk 43 Insertion marks 44 Berets, e g. 45 Twosome 46 Herrings 49 Barges 53 Existent 54 Casa room 55 Was clothed in 56 African river 57 Winglike 58 Rewrite 59 Auto parts 60 Cautious 61 NL team DOWN 1 Flat piece 2 Aperture Russian city Speaks pompously Shone Tied up Laid up 8 Desire 9 Came to a point 10 English city 11 Roller coaster, e g. 12 Roman god 13 — machine 21 Is indebted to 22 Thomas or Kayo 24 Denotes 25 Chinese or Indonesian 26 Slow: music 27 Red Square hero 28 Fumble 29 Unaided 30 Restrain 31 Eyeglasses 33 Copper alloy PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED c L A S P s E A L D I M S H O N 0 R P A C E I D E A A N I L E A V I & S E R T D E L I V E R E D S C A L E D E S K S J A L L E D F A D N A I L A G O A F O R T U N E R E S E A L S A V E G A L E C R U T R E A T Y V A N I S H E S D O E E T O N| O A T S P R I N T S I N C A A L O N G I 7? T E L L E C T L A T E E M E u I u L N A E O N E S R O A D D A N S E N E S S A N T E F T A T S 36 Small change 37 Less broad 39 Radiators 40 Settled up 42 Razor 43 House pet 45 — bear 46 Yodeled, perhaps 47 Ballet movement 48 Latvian capital 49 Festival 50 Mineral deposit 51 Lifeless 52 Hardens 54 Hand tool 1 2 3 ■ 5 6 7 8 ■ 9 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 I 16 17 18 J 19 20 21 ■ 22 23 ■ 25 26 27 BB28 29 30 31 32 _ ■ 33 J ■ 34 35 ■ 36 ■ 38 _ ■ 39 ■ 40 41 42 _ ■ 45 ’E44 ■ 45 46 47 48 ■ 49 50 51 52 53 _ ■ 54 ■ 55 56 7 I 58 59 60 I I61 Area briefs Cunningham cited by educators group The director of the Comal, Guadalupe and Kendall counties Adult Education Cooperative received the Outstanding Educator of the Year Award by the Texas Association for Continuing Adult Education at its recent state conference. Maggie Cunningham, also the community education director for Schcrtz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District, has served as director of the co-op since 1984. The co-op serves eight school districts with Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City serving as fiscal agent. Other school districts include New Braunfels and Comal independent school districts; Marion, Seguin, Navarro, Boerne, and Comfort school districts. Approximately 2,500 adult students from the eight school districts in the three counties participate in the classes that cover GED preparation, citizenship, English as a second language, literacy courses, as well as classes al various industries. In addition to Cunningham’s award, the co-op received a S250 regional scholarship to be given to adult education student Debbie Randall from Schertz for having the highest GED scores from the Southern region. The part-time teacher award went to Boerne teacher Hazel Dewey, who is the master teacher in the amnesty program in Boerne. Maggie Cunningham Burning ban requested BLANCO — After several fires during the first week of March, Chief Mark McMain of the Blanco Volunteer Fire Department has asked all residents to refrain from controlled burning for the remainder of the month. March is characterized by high winds, McMain noted, and temperatures already have climbed to summer-like levels. When controlled bums are necessary, citizens should contact the Blanco County Sheriff’s office as a courtesy. City hall planned BOERNE — In its March 21 meeting the City Council of Fair Oaks Ranch is expected to call a bond election for the purpose of building a city hall. If the election is called, the proposition will be placed on the May 4 city election ballot. Construction was first proposed in 1988. According to projections, no tax increase will be necessary to fund the project. Tentative plans call for the building to provide not only space for council meetings, public hearings and municipal court, but for a broad range of activities including clubs, organizations and homeowners meetings. Phone service offered BALCONES — Some south Kendall County telephone customers soon may be able to dial their neighbors without paying long-distance charges. Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative is offering optional two-way Extended Area Service to Bal cones (755) customers, allowing calls to San Antonio exchanges. Calls to exchanges 249, 537 and 336 will remain “local,” but customers choosing EAS will have their prefixes changed to 981. A recording will automatically give the new number to parties calling the old 755 number. IT' VI Ptinf    Tell us how you would clean up J J 1 ** ^ V8585 V    a    p|ace jn community ^|t V    in 200 words or less ***• irtaro marc you coum win a $1,000 Scholarship! IM EMERGENCIES DialHB FIRE POLICE AMBULANCE 941 CLEAN UP AMERICA SALEl* —through April 6— ‘JVS. 141 w. tai Astasia (253318 rn* M-T-W-S- S SO I S AM p a Tk-f. EN l.s.4 pm las. IS Naas-1 p si. David and Donna Adams of Dean Witter invite you to attend “HOW TO SURVIVE IN TODAYS ECONOMY'’ Invest your time before you invest your money. Plan to attend a FREE INVESTMENT SEMINAR •Safe Investments for Conservative People ‘Economic Outlook & Interest Rates •How to Reduce your Investment Risk ‘Retirement Planning ‘Investments to Decrease Taxes Join us for a Complimentary Wine and Cheese Gathering Bill Knights Langston House 190 S. Seguin St. Thun., March 21, 7:00-8:45 p.m. He nervations ara a must. Ca// Mary Anna I'600-733-3041 Ona Hive rw alk Flute, Suita JOO __ 700    N. St. Mary's Street, San Antonio, TX 78205 V David Adams • Donna Adorns    Seating    is    limited The advantage is a flat monthly fee rather than per-call charges. Tourism study possible CANYON LAKE — Members of the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce are considering the establishment of a “community tourism assessment” plan. In a recent meeting at the Woodlands Golf and Country Club, Sharp McCullough of the University of Texas-San Antonio met with chamber members and citizens to gauge local support. The tourism assessment program has been used in other areas to determine the feasibility of initiating or enhancing tourism-related attractions and events, he said. Citizen of Year named JOHNSON CITY — Named Johnson City’s “Citizen of the Year” during a recent Chamber of Commerce Banquet was Norma Honeycutt. Honeycutt’s leadership was credited with making Lights Spectacular Hill Country Style a success. The event was staged at Ed’s River Palace and catered by Charles’ Restaurant. Theme of the event was “Desert Storm" and U.S. troops in the Middle East were honored. City courts courthouse BLANCO — In the past five years. residents of Blanco have raised more than $250,000 for the purchase and restoration of the old county courthouse. The historic limestone structure lost it purpose four years after its construction in 1886 when the county seat was moved north to Johnson City. The building subsequently served as a school, a bank, a hospital, a union hall and a western museum before its sale in 1986 to a San Antonio investor who planned to dismantle it and move it to his Sandy area ranch. Residents formed the Old Blanco County Preservation Society and cli--' cited the help of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the LBJ Heartland Council. CARPET CLEANING ^raufj CUMIIC tm |£' SEMICH CMM SarvMf tta ft-CMNrtp Ant State itft Get it off your chest k in FORUM on the Opinions page in the Hwrald-Ztitung 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 discount FAMILY TRADE FAIR *91 is designed to attract the consumer...families with needs for products and services Your business will have the opportunity to offer your product to thousands of buyers! For More Info Cell 625-2385 ■   — ll—  ....—,mmim.-mmmmmmmmrn... rn ii >0-* >0*    pfggr    >0*1    >0*    fvff    yyr    tgyn    >0*4    >0V    >0**    >0*1    >0*'    >01** t ITI MB?!    -jp We have moved our Ladies department to the main floor— and rearranged the store to better serve you— Come in—check us out—we just know you’ll be pleased SPECIALS FOR THIS SPECIAL EVENT ONE RACK LADIES SPORTSWEAR by RUSS Blouses-Skirts Slacks-Jackets OUR ENTIRE STOCK MEN’S SHORTSLEEVE SPORTSHIRTS Size S-M-L XL XXL Regulars & Tails Limited Time ONE GROUP LADIES SHORTSLEEVE KNIT TOPS Assorted Colors Sizes S-M-L-XL Super Buy Price Remember ut ChoUeWa You Alway* Oet the Finest In Quality, Price and Friendly Service. 625-3241 204 W. San Antonio Downtown New Braunfels Monster math Mountain Valley Elementary School first grader Laura Haden, center, gives little sister Leah, left, and mom Kathi Haden a lesson in “Monster Math," when they visit her during Public Schools Week. (CISD Photo) * ;