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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas July 1991 Page 3A Crossword Stocks ACROSS 1 Cooled 5 Nails kin 10 Party giver 14 Chess play 15 Lack of muscle tone 16 Aware of 17 Commoner 1B A dog 20 Isaacs mother 22 Recent 23 Actress White 24 Respond 26 Romalne 27 Extending over 30 Frames for stretching cloth 34 Bailiwick 35 Beverage 36 Ship leaver Criminal slang 38 Inclined 40 Exude 41 Miscalculate 42 Outfits 43 Redeem 45 Dispatching 47 Furniture wheels 48 Compass 49 Mediterranean country 50 Silly people 53 Coal unit 54 coffee 58 A feline 61 Andes native 62 Pointless 63 Pigment 64 Enoss grandfather 65 Provender 66 Window cover 67 Head movements DOWN 1 Gremlins 2 Soft drink 3 Eternally 4 Kept out 5 Spigot 6 Right now 7 Sky sight 8 Was aware 9 Next to 10 On the level 11 Step1 12 Photocopy 13 Stylish 19 Dry as 21 Beneficiary 25 Sweet 26 Pivotal 27 Residues 28 Germ 29 Spiny object 30 Metal 31 Irregular 32 Barbers need 33 Pipe parts 35 Existed 39 on 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and Brett Michael PA Car los PA Robert DDS David Cunning DOS Coiffures de Merle Norman Cosmetics Anna Individual Foundation Donors William and Mary Jo and Marie Wil Robert and Frances Tays Lewis and Eleanor Colde and Hazel and Margaret Linda and Betty Harry and Ver onica Jack Lee and Virginia Lee Viola the Rodney and Elaine Wells and Lawrence and Mary Material and services Guada Coma Stone and Stoney Work on the new center is coming along including the swimming Thanks to the New Braunfels Rotary more than in new equipment is on order for the The floor in the big meeting obtained from Heidelberg has been reassembled in parquet and put It hasnt been refinished but can be seen at the Open House set from noon to 3 Donations may be mailed to Comal County Senior Citizens Box New Texas For more infor call Tim Morris at 6255208 or Les Thorn at REELECT BOB SELF New Braunfels Saturday 10th VOTE for AND ACCOUNTABILITY Paid for by Bob Self JAKS LIQOUR Your competitively priced liquor store all of 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businesses that wont get the exemptions and will have to help make up for the property tax value lost due to the CEDs are part of the measures recently approved by the slate Legis lature to help equalize the states funding system for public In other the council Unanimously approved appoint ment of Sylvia Marbach as county representative on the Library Advis ory Unanimously voted to set a Board of Adjustment hearing on 6 on a request by Kenneth 3000 block of for a special exception to the zoning ordinance to allow him to locate a storage shed on a cable television easement on the south side of his PLAZA DINER ON THE CIRCLE DOWNTOWN Market shows gains NEW YORK AP The stock market showed some scattered gains today as traders studied the latest data on The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose points to in the first half hour of Gainers held a narrow edge on los ers in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchangelisted with 472 467 down and 559 Volume on the Big Board came to million shares as of 10 on Wall The Labor Department reported that the consumer price index rose percent in matching the consen sus of advance But the indexs rise of percent after excluding the volatile food and energy or the socalled core inflation was a little larger than the Commerce Depart ment said housing starts increased percent last Tuesday Hamburger Fries get a second Hamburger FREE Thursday Giant Chicken Fried Steak HKhuks hikod salad tcxas toast Kvery Night 2 complete 8 Ribeye Steak Dinners 7 am9 pm PLAZA DINER SUPER JULY CLEARANCE SALE We Are At The Top Of The Season And You Can Make The Best Buys Items Below Cost 20 to 50 Off OUR ENTIRE STOCK LADIES SUMMER DRESSES Sizes Your Choice Price OUR ENTIRE STOCK LADIES SUMMER SPORTSWEAR k to Off LADIES JEWELRY HANDBAGS off OUR ENTIRE STOCK MENS BLAZERSUITS SLACKS Longs Name Brands Quality 20 Off MENS SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Knits off Sizes Small to 4X MENS STRAW HATS Remember at Cholletts You Always Get the finest in Price and Friendly 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