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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS 1 Crippled 6 perhaps 10 Admitted to church 14 Lamblike 15 Poker stake 16 A state 17 a gun 18 Cleaner 19 Wigwams kin 20 Eddies 22 Be an onlooker 24 Simple 26 Nobles realm 27 Brutal deed 31 Truss 32 Game fish 33 Jack 35 Tennis shot 38 Some art works 39 More sensible 40 Put a surface on 41 The Gold Bug author 42 Grades 43 Subsisted 44 Next to 45 Conferences 47 Auto parts 51 Toothpaste container 52of the Union 54 Proper 58 Flag maker 59 Shoe part 61 Western show 62 Arrow poison 63 Mediocre 64 Rage 65 Sunday seats 66 Verses 67 Suspicious DOWN 1 Deprivation 2 Profess 3 Small 4 Gigantic 5 Turn aside 6 relief 7 Adams grandson 8 Days march 9 perhaps 10 Container 11 In front 12 bean 13 pole 21 Lanka once Ceylon 23 Dagger 25 Frome 27 At the crest 28 Small group 29 Part 30 soldiers slang 34 Position again 35 Hot rock 36 Through PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 37 39 Sea near Bermuda 40 Evergreen product 42 Declaim 43 Generous 44 Young women 46 Sludge 47 mining 48 Call up 49 Baste again 50 Stopped sitting 53 Instead 55 Outskirts 56 57 Conservative 60 Dawn Stocks NRW YORK AMR Corp Cp Amcrilech Morning stocks High Low Last 58V4 58 58VS 40 40 65 64V4 64Vi 86 69 SmthBch eq n 60U 60Vi Southern Co 284 YfA 28 SwstAirl s 29 SwstBcll 56H StcrlingChm 5V1 5V4 Amcr 33 Ent 20 36A 42 64V 64 19VJ 41VS 40 30M Beth 3Vi 3Vi Corp 31V4 17K 17 73 CcntS o West s 39V4 39K Unitel s 25K Coastal CocaCola s Colg s 29K s Cp 58VS 8 edges YORK The stock Dresscrlnd edged steady duPont EstKodak Enscrch 18 after Tuesdays The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose to in half hour of Flower outnumbered losers FordMotor Gill Cp s 33 32K 32U 5 to 4 in nationwide trading of New York Stock with 543 440 down QcnMills 14 GenMotors GnMotrE s GlobMar on the Big Board came to million shares as of 10 said investors grew Tuesday after it became Gulf StaUt the Federal Reserve wasnt take new steps toward easier 1 M the market faces a JohnsJhn of its optimism over 41 next few as companies make their vjLTV mgs reports for the first a Litton iod of generally difficult Maxus 54 Moil Ironic Mobil MoilMUllO 65H 64 Vi 64W NCNB tiloek with all hdp you nml so you the income tax filinu dead Iticlpj Do4 PhilifPw Polwuid 24 Team PubS us to you ScwiKoeb ShcrwiaW 23 al Group honors GlenewinkePs citizenship By JANINE GREEN Munnglng Editor The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms recently announced that Norman Glencwinkel of New Braunfcls has been selected to recicvc a Citizen of the Year who received a certificate from the group in the previously was named Citi zen of the Year in 1989 and A news release for the organiza tion attributes the Glenewinkel honor to GlenewinkePs dedication to efforts to preserve the right of the American people to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the United States If it werent for people like Nor man our constitutional rights would have been eroded years said Alan chairman of the committee also a life member of National Rifle Association and the Texas State Rifle said he personally fights the attitude that guns are Its not the guns that do Its people who do bad with It seems like its a real popular thing in the media to point out bad things that happen with guns rather than share the good things organiza tions like the Citizens Committee and NRA carry He stressed his opposition to gun control including proposed 7day waiting periods for handgun and the need for structured and mandatory sentencing of con victed Criteria for selection of the Citizen of the Year award is based on activi ties of individual members and include being active in state and national gun rights writing let ters to newspaper editors and contact ing elected officials or appearing for public It is not necessary that individual meet all the The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is a national organization with nearly members as well as more than 130 members of Congress serv ing on a National Advisory New Texas April 1991 Page 3A Births McKenna Memorial Hospital Lisa McKinnis and Carlton Neimey er 917 New Braunfels 8pound 14ounce girl April Correction George who donated a paid up life insurance policy to the Lions Club Interna tional was presented a desk clock by Lions District Gov ernor The infor mation appearing under a photo in Tuesdays edition was The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung regrets the May 12 Vocal Competition For Fiesta Mexicana celebration at Wursthalle Sponsored by Comal Independent Mens Association Mariachis accompanying contestants will be Rosy Y Los Muchachos and Ecos de America Registration fee 1st prize 2nd prize Deadline to register April 20 Probable 14 or 15 person so 1st come 1st serve To call Rosie Gallegos 6293333 Day of beauty Preparing for Total Day of scheduled from 1 to 5 Saturday at the Peter and Paul Activity are Mary Kay Cosmetics standing from Tammi Suzanne Forrest and Lali and Ann The come and go event will offer complimentary beauty tips and gift Offering hair and nail tips will be Shay Clark of Shay Hair Studio and representatives of The Retreat Other cosmetic consultants include Anna Lisa Linda Christie Kueh ne and Karen Photo by Karla Wenzel Top stories focus on social ills NEW YORK AP Reporting that drew back the curtains on sub jects ranging from the ordeal of a rape to the sad human costs of one of the big Wall Street takeovers of the 80s won Pulitzer Prizes in The DCS Moines Register on Tues day was awarded the prize for public service for chronicling the story of rape victim Nancy who allowed her name to be used in an effort to counter the shame often asso ciated with The Los Angeles the Petersburg Times and Gannett News Service each won for stories that focused on child abuse and Winners of Pulitzers in the arts included Neil who won his first in drama for Lost in Yonkers after 30 years of play and John who collected his sec ond in fiction for Rabbit at the last of his fournovel Rabbit His first Pulitzer was in 1982 for Rabbit is Wall Street Journal reporter Susan Faludi examined the leveraged buyout in 1986 of Safeway Stores and won the Pulitzer for explanatory jour She detailed the human cost of the supermarket chain takeover in suicide and wage The deal involved billion in buyout I was really interested in looking at it from the bottom Faludi I think any story that sort of forces business executives to look at the moral consequences of their decisions is import Voters of District 4 REELECT EDDIE TEMPLE CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 4 Paid Joe Spring Fashion 91 AH of the new spring fashions are out in the brightest and boldest and in the hottest You can introduce your unique fashions to Comal County via Spring Fashion Section Issue date April 21 Copy deadline April 12th Call Frank or Roxanne today Models Paul Ray and Amy Reneau for OICFC along with our friends would like to model your new Spring Some great opportunities await vou 6259144 707 Landa New 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