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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS 1 Denver college 6 Ground cover 11 Resort 14 Cognizant 15 Itinerary 16 Bon 17 Fruit 18 Remotest Escapades Trunk 23 Atlas pages 25 Acts Existed glance 30 Some horses Queenly 34 Marine plants 39 Anecdotes 42 Grain harvest 43 Falter 45 Piano piece 49 Put on 50 Makes a choice 54 Mideast land 55 Essence 56 Gets along 58 Notorious 60 Place tor big news story 63 Lift 66 Within 67 Tries to persuade 68 Love affair 69 Tear 70 Elevate 71 Comedian Jack DOWN 1 Bang into 2 Farm animal 3 Pacific Island group 4 Fairway clubs 5 Transmitted 6 A retailer 7 Wakeners 8 Self 9 Holy person 10 Spanish artist 11 Emporium 12 Law group 13 Dvorak 19 Crime group 21 Altar vow 23 Swamp 24 Tele 26 Hunters prey 27 Execute 30 Openings 31 Clean house 33 Biblical lion 35 Outside 36 Scholarly knowledge 37 Extinct birds 38 Exhausted 40 Ingests 41 Hang around PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED Page 3A New Texas May 1991 Local United Way raises its goal for 199192 campaign Marquis Britton Four graduates from area earn Merit scholarships 44 Maddens 41 Most disastrous 48 Former Mideast co alition 50 Put forth 51 Zoroastrian 52 Multitude 53 Asian coin 55 Pixies cousin 57 Ticket part 59 Whale hunter 61 In favor of 62 Haveat it 64 Power source 65 Endeavor Comal Countys crop of 1991 high school graduates includes four National Merit The each of whom receive a are Allison John MollyMarie Britton and Erin Tilly will be gra duating from New Braunfels High while the others will graduate from Smithson Valley High Allison daughter of Michael and Diane plans to attend the humanities program of Rice University in Houston to major in She was editor of the student literary magazine Writers Block for three years and has been active in Academic varsity tennis and National Honor John son of Max and Frances Marquis of Spring will graduate as valedictorian of Smithson Valley High He plans to attend the California Institute of Technology where he will major in He played trombone in the band and was the highest individual scorer in the slate in Academic MollyMarie daughter of Sherry Brilton of Canyon Lake and Bill Britton of transferred to SVHS this year from Fort She plans to attend Southwestern Uni versity in Georgetown to major in She has been active in dance team and newspaper She has also been a member of the playing oboe and Smithson Valleys third National Merit Scholar is Erin who has spent the 199091 school year as the New Braunfels Rotary Clubs foreign exchange student in the Republic of South She is the daughter of Harry and Kathleen Mar who have moved to Lake Toma this The National Merit Scholarship is a nonprofit corporation established in 1955 to conduct a prog ram that annually provides scholar ships to more than students across the It is funded by some 600 independent sponsor In communitybased efforts to meet critical Americans gave billion to United Way campaigns in It was the first time in United Ways 104year history giving has topped the billion United Way of Comal County has for the past three one of the local United Ways raising money and funding agencies in its Goal for the 199192 drive in Com al County is up from the pledged for President of the local body this year is Bill The drive will be man aged by chairman Pam Kraft and co chairman Jack Serving as vice president is Rusty Brockman and trea surer is Ray Other board members arc Carter Bill Mike Tony Hector Chris Dennis Dick Koe Ken George Elton Herb Ray Johnnie Rodri Bob Schima and John United Way staff members executive director Joe Worl and sec rctary Gladys r Buys Trades Gold ft I V O R C E fron Last Will Thru 53191J ESTHER SEIDEL ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW Former Assistant Criminal District Attorney 373E Landa Undi Plui Shopping Center New TX 24 Hours Fully licensed by Supreme Court ot not certified by TX Board ol Legal Specialization CRIMINAL CASES Public meetings NBJ School of Swimming Lessons for children and adults by certified instructors Runoff voters choose Dallas Austin mayor I DALLAS AP State Sam Johnson edged fellow Republican Tom Pauken in Saturdays runoff for the 3rd District seat in according to complete unofficial Election officials said Johnson got votes or percent of the ballots counted with all 179 precincts reporting in Dallas and Col lin Pauken got votes or percent for his third narrow loss in a congressional of and a Dallas businessmancommunity topped a field of a dozen spe cial election candidates in balloting May At that Pauken got 28 percent of the vote and Johnson polled 20 Saturdays election was one of sev eral runoffs scheduled following the municipal including a con test for mayor of Austin which pits former Travis County commissioner Bruce Todd against council member Robert Computer problems were still delaying Austins tabulation at said deputy city clerk Betty The 3rd District ranges from the affluent Park Cities through North Dallas to suburban Richardson and It has been repre sented by Republicans for more than a The winner of Saturdays election replaces Steve R who resigned to run for mayor of That election also had been scheduled for May but was blocked by a federal appeals court considering about minority representa tion on the Dallas City A recent poll by The Dallas Mom ing News found Johnson slightly ahead of but with 23 percent of voters undecided a little more than one week before the The tele phone survey of 345 active voters was conducted May It had an effec tive margin of error of percentage the News Both men are politically savvy Vietnam War a career Air Force fighter spent seven years as a prisoner of who enlisted in the was an intelligence Johnson has served in the Texas House since Pauken lost 1978 and 1980 congressional elections to Democrat Jim a columnist and radio was active in Dallas coun cil redistricting sof ter has been oj posing Bob Bullocks suppo t of a state income Todd led the race for Austin mayor two weeks getting to Bamstones Barnstone has said as his first concern would be to set spending Todd has said his first priority would be to enact meaningful consolidation of governmental The following public meetings have third Poor of the Cotnal County Court been posted for the week of May house Comal Appraisal Diy trict board of directors will meet at 7 at the appraisal district office in the Education 430 Mill in New The board will dis cuss and possibly take action regard ing the hiring procedure of cliief The board also will consider assigning a directors committee to screen applications for chief New Braunfels Inde pendent School District board of trus tees will meet at at the Edu cation 430 Mill Comal County Com missioners Court will meet at 9 in a workshop session and regular ses sion at 10 The court meets in the Commissioners Court Call 6253511 6293596 Registration starts May 18 IANDA STREETCAR WASH ATTENTION RECREATIONAL VEHICLE OWNERS We wash your RVs per foot Call for Appointment Remember Free car wash on your birthday r full service car wash or off any listed specials Good thru Offer Expires 063091 jewelry Sale through Graduation 1O off Fossil watches 20 off all gold jewelry 130 Seguin 6251536 The following comparison of residential rates charged by 13 electric utilities were compiled from statistics released by the Public Utility Commission of The amounts shown are for 1000 Kwh and do include fuel and other miscellaneous In order that our customers may make comparisons of NBU we have included them and the order in which they NAMB OF UT1UTY KILOWATTHOURS 13 Ending 1991 1991 Billing New Braunfels Utilities City Public Service Board Southwestern Public Service City of Austin Bluebonnet Electric Coop GVEC All Electric Rate Texas Utilities Electric Pedernales Electric Coop GVEC ResidentialFarm Rate Central Power Light Gulf States Utilities West Texas Utilities Houston Lighting Power El Paso Electric Company 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 2 3 4 1 5 7 6 10 9 14 12 8 11 13 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