New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 16, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 16, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS I DtsUgure 5 Length unit 9 S of NASA 14 Decrease - 15 Actress Martin ;16 tom 17 Discord deity 18 Two-colored 19 N Y city 20 Reserved 22 Goodbyes 24 Metric weight units 26 Stirred 27 Yemeni e g 29 Sea Fr 30 Cooler 33 Type o1 verse 37 Proceed with difficulty 38 Gazelle 39 Infant 40 Blazes 4 I Untamed 42 Unmatchable 44 Understand 45 Scary word 46 Ancient writing 47 Expenses 49 Excavates 53 Not dressed 57 Roofing item 58 One-person 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 Unsophisticated 7 Dairy product 8 Lab instrument 9 Not so fast 10 Turned white 11 Adam s son 12 A fuel 13 Sea birds 21 Savage 23 Constantly 25 Uncle 28 Engagements 30 Transit cost 3 I Mideast gulf 32 Egg container 33 Clumsy hands 34 Great Lake 35 African river 36 the line PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED IC, L A Wj* R.i C S A K E y E E fV r E N s D 0 E [S I N N JT T E D I s T S C jK U ‘N Kj lf T 0 N R A;N • u !h!o T 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 I 2 3 ■ 5 6 7 ■ 9 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 I 16 17 I 18 I 19 20 ■ 22 24 ■ I 27 \ 28 ■ 29 30 31 32 33 34 35i 3^ 37 38 39 40 4 1 42 43 44 45 ■ I 47 .. ■ L 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 ■ L 58 ■ 59 60 ■ I" 62 I 63 I 64 65 I 66 I r House passes proposal on state debt AUSTIN (AP) — Stale Treasurer Kay Bailey Hutchison applauded legislative passage of a proposed constitutional amendment that could allow Texas voters to get more information when asked to approve state debt. The proposal, which will be on the November ballot, passed the House with a 139-1 vote Wednesday. It earlier passed the Senate. “It would provide for a ‘truth in advertising’ format on the ballot,” Ms. Hutchison said. The Texas Constitution prohibits lawmakers from creating state debt without specific constitutional authorization. Voters have approved constitutional amendments allowing for the sale of state general obligation bonds for such purposes as college student loans. The proposed amendment would allow state debt to be created through voter-approved propositions, rather than constitutional amendments. A proposition election would have to be authorized by a two-thirds vote of the House and Senate, just as proposed amendments arc currently. Currently, bond proposals may not necessarily give all details. In other action, the House tentatively approved bills to: — Expand the definition of personal care facilities subject to state licensing, and allow the Texas Department of Health to revoke a license if an investigation reveals abuse or neglect. The facilities generally serve the elderly and disabled. The bill already has passed the Senate, lf pissed by the House in another vote, it returns to senators for consideration of amendments. — Continue the Commission on Jail Standards, which has undergone legislative review, until 2003. lf passed by the House in another vote. the Senate bill returns to senators for consideration of changes. — Provide for school districts to obtain criminal history records of school-bus drivers and applicants, if requested by transportation companies. 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Texas /HUI MHH A LANDA STATION \ ' at ll ll a IM a ai * Your Party Depot Saturday All Burgers 1/2 Price Steak ii Shrimp 5.95 Sunday Seafood Sunday Seafood Platter 5.95 Catf ish (All U CHH taal) 5.95 live Music (No Cover) Sat, Cullelds 9 I Sun. Stingrays 6 IO Monday after 5 00 PM All burgers 1/2 Priio Steak ttt Shrimp 5.95 Mutt Sully **« liar • mw I OU Titonka Sty Wot mil Moi 6 HuiuPW Stoa Ka Ow grout augural HiuaH I urns KtMt Hue Country Muaa Nut t OUmm 7 OU it it it it it ir if it it Principal purpose Two New Braunfels Independent School DiStrct pf 'repass attendee a '-vtarora c&mAe'e~ce at "-A Ranch in Wimberley, hosted by the Department of Educator Adrv-Nstrator a^d Psychos ca? Se<vces at Southwest Texas State Universe rn San Mancos V srrg wOf vs am BecMoi Cressey O' curriculum, are from left Carol M DeHaven and Sharon Tate Queen passes up potato salad on visit that includes big hug WASHINGTON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth Ifs second day in the nation’s capital featured her first-ever baseball game, and a chance for some homemade potato salad — she passed — during a visit to a low-income housing project far removed from the routes usually traveled by visiting dignitaries. On the second night of her 10-day state visit, the queen went to Baltimore to take in her first major league baseball game with President Bush as her guide. Earlier, the queen visited the home of Alice Frazier, who owns her own dwelling under a program for low-and moderate-income people that is financed by public and private money. “I told her this was my palace.’* said 67-year-old Mrs. Frazier, point ing to her modest three-bedroom house decorated with portraits of Jesus, the Kennedy brothers and Martin Luther King Queen Elizabeth’s hest startled onlookers by embracing her ‘‘She d.dn’t say anything." Mrs Frazier, 67. sa:d in a poss-hug interview. As they were introduced, the queer extended her gloved hand and Vin Frazier shook it saying "How are ya doin’?” and then wrapped ber jt~ around the starred .l-orur- u-pulled her into a hug The queen smiled weakly and quickly nu cd away. 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