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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS 1 Disfigure 5 Length unit 9 S ol NASA 14 Decrease 15 Actress Martin 16 Toil 17 Discord deity 18 Twocolored 19 city 20 Reserved 22 Goodbyes 24 Metric weigh units 26 Stirred 27 eg 29 Sea 30 Cooler 33 Type ol verse 37 Proceed with difficulty 38 Gazelle 39 Infant 40 Blazes t Untamed 42 Unmatchable 44 Understand Scary word Ancient writing 47 Expenses 49 Excavates 53 Not dressed 57 Rooting item 58 Oneperson acts 59 Copied 61 Seed case 62 Incident 63 Asian priest 64 Lake City 65 Storage boxes 66 Svelte 67 Femmes DOWN 1 Perspire 2 Yvonne de 3 Charged atom 4 Sounded out 5 Little demon 6 Unsophis ticated 7 Dairy product 8 Lab instrument 9 Not so fast 10 Turned white 11 Adams son 12 A fuel 13 Sea birds 21 Savage 23 Constantly 25 Uncle 28 Engagements 30 Transit cost 31 Mideast gulf 32 Egg container 33 Clumsy hands 34 Great Lake 35 African river 36 line PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 37 Item of stemware 40 Conclusion 42 office 43 Wet earth 45 Pushes up 47 Genetic copy 48 Flower part 50 Singer Vaughan 51 Functional 52 Animal skins 53 Exploits 54 Scotia 55 Music sign 56 Actress Moore 60 Mother horse 15 33 38 41 44 34 35 18 25 16 19 36 137 48 56 157 31 32 50 51 52 House passes proposal on state debt AUSTIN AP State Treasurer Kay Bailey Hutchison applauded legi slative passage of a proposed consti tutional amendment that could allow Texas voters to get more information when asked to approve Mate The which will be on the November passed the House with a 1391 vote It ear lier passed the It would provide for a truth in advertising format on the Hutchison The Texas Constitution prohibits lawmakers from creating state debt without specific constitutional Voters have approved constitution al amendments allowing for the sale of state general obligation bonds for such purposes as college student The proposed amendment would allow state debt to be created through voterapproved rather than constitutional A proposition election would have to be authorized by a twothirds vote of the House and just as prop osed amendments arc bond proposals may not necessarily give all In other the House tentative ly approved bills to Expand the definition of person al care facilities subject to state licens and allow the Texas Department of Health to revoke a license if an investigation reveals abuse or The facilities generally serve the elderly and The bill already has passed the If passed by the House in another it returns to senators for consideration of Continue the Commission on Jail which has undergone legislative until If passed by the House in another the Senate bill returns to senators for consideration of Provide for school districts to obtain criminal history records of schoolbus drivers and if requested by transportation compa Stocks NEW YORK AMR Corp AllicdSignal ALLTUL Cp AmStores Ameritcch Amoco AndarkPlr Armcolnc AtlRichfld Bakcrllugh BancTcnas BcllAll BellSouth Beth Steel 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