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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword New Texas July 1991 Page Voters look at late sale of alcohol ACROSS 6 114 15 16 17 18 20 22 23 29 r r 30 32 39 42 43 45 46 50 54 Firm Rose product Entirely Residence Bell sound Mauna Fabric Of whales Glean Faith Declines Boiled Caesars last day AngloSaxon money shot A fraction Used towels on Competitor Jailbreaker Like some varnish ingredients Dutch Frames for stretching Highway Avoid Go Female Coneshaped tent Conquer Relate 63 Once upon 66 religious title 67 Data for computer 68 Reef 69 Owned 70 Stalks 71 Looks after DOWN 1 My Gal 2 Sash 3 4 Brainstorms 5 Tooth 6 Emphasis 7 On traveling 8 Small bird 9 MDs 10 Straight 11 Spoken 12 Insect 13 Stands up 19 Silkworm 21 Go quickly 23 Loving one 24 Peace deity 26 About 27 Boxer Flrpo 30 UNs U 31 Cults 33 Number prefix 35 US patriotic 36 Surgery PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 37 Achievements 38 Celebrations 40 Holiday song 41 Melody 44 Fight site 47 Happenings 48 NHL arbiter 50 Conceal 51 Seven 52 Increased 53 Born 55 Machine tool 57 Ares sister 59 Direction 61 Explosive 62 Do the same as 64 Crazed 65 Some RRs By STEPHANIE FERGUSON City Editor Registered New Braunfels voters will go to the polls 10 to decide whether to extend the onprcmisc drinking hours to 2 within the city And local bar owner Barry Jar who has been instrumental in getting the issue on the said he is interested in seeing the rcfcrcn dum pass to increase local Jaroszewski save lives and create fairness among area bar I feel like it will I think that the support is There are lots of people that feel very strongly about said who owns Barrys Under Pass Currently in New Braunfels bar owners stop the sale of alcohol at mid night every day except for on Bar owners at Canyon Lake and San Antonio are allowed to sell until 2 each In May the New Braunfcl s City Council accepted a pet ition of 2 97 valid signatures and called for a vole on the F thin k whats fair for them ought to be fair for said Jaroszewski about area bar owners selling until 2 if statewide it was 12 oclock jtcross the across the I would be happy with 12 11 think it ought to be fair for everybod Im for it because I want it to be said who said he loses customers every night at 12 oclock to San Antonio and Canyon Lake bar It scar es me to sec them get on the road and drive 20 miles I worry about them getting back said the New Braunfels In New Braunfels voters went to the poll s and supported the repeal of an ordinance that allowed bars and night clubs to purchase special 2 permits to stay open and sell Jaroszewski said since the ordi nance was repealed many bar owners have been forced out of While Jaroszewski said he believes all local bar owners are behind an advertisement appearing in the New Braunfels IleraldZcltung from its sis ter paper Canyon Lake Times Guar dian shows some people arent for the Jaroszewski said the ad makes some erroneous When I first read it I didnt know who it he I was trying to figure out who wrote it and why because there were a lot of misleading statements in While the ad was signed ccrncd Citizens for New the ad has been pulled from publica tion until a signature is One of the claims the advertisement made was that the proposed ordinance was instigated by local bar owners sol ely for the benefit and profit for these select which Jaroszewski Its wanted by the citizens and weve shown that by the petition which passed and got us an he Absentee voting begins Monday and ends Obituaries ManuelaVillanueva Services for Manucla Villanucva were 10 Saturday at Palmer Mor tuary Chapel in A prayer ser vice was held at Palmer Mortuary Burial was at San Geronimo Survivors include adopted and Gregorio Hernandez of Scguin two Angle Mica and Liz Saldana both of Seguin three Paul Edward Gaylord Roblcs and Augistin Robles all of Seguin two step Blanca Men doza of Seguin and Rosa Linda Pena of New Braunfels five Celia Grace Yolanda Pena all of Dominga Guerrero of Bclton and Mary Hernandez of New a Nick Villanucva Rudolfci Verdeja Service for Rudolfo of San Antonio will be Monday a t Fort Sam Houston Chapel at Font Sam A rosary will be recited at Morales Funeral Home in New Verdcja died July 1991 in Survivors include his Juanita C Castillo Verdeja a Vcrtinda Vedcja of San Antonio a brother Virgil Verdcja of San F Ie was preceded in death by his father F ludolfo Services are under the direction of Morales Fi ineral SupERTRAVCl Summer Air Fare Special Houston to Frankfurt from Other cities from Some restrictions apply 18007280986 or 18002749120 Council meets Monday PLAZA ft DINER ON THE CIRCLE DOWNTOWN Tuesday Hamburger Fries get a second Hum burner SENIOR SIZZLE added to fund Since has been added to the fund drive for the new Seniors Center of Comal bringing the total to Latest donors include Individual Capstone Donors James and LydaLynn Individual Cornerstone Donor William and Gladys Gus and Laura Edward and Betty Business Foundation Donors Mens Garden Club of New Individual Foundation Donors Gertrude Arnold and Jean John and Janet Ronald and Joy Mclford George and Helen James and Dor othy Sarah Leonda Pascal Painter Margaret Edith Miss Linden and Jere Dial Material and services KGNB Hal Widstcn and his Rose for Ellen Simmons for Vcra Leonard and Violet Voges for Calvin and Dictert Auto Supply forKalccn There arc 11 days left in the fund Dont miss the open house today from noon to 3 at the new undcrconstruction Donations may be mailed to Comal County Senior Citizens Box New Texas For more informa call Tim Morris at 6255208 or Lcs Thorn at The New Braunfels City Council on Monday is scheduled to approve judges and alternate judges for the 10 special election on extending the hours alcoholic beverages can be The council will meet at in the meeting room of the municipal 424 Castell In other council members are scheduled to consider Consider approving an emergency reading of an ordinance deleting the 20 mph speed limit on Common Street inside the city Consider approving the first reading of two ordinances authorizing changes in the citys municipal retire ment Consider a resolution approving a contract Retired Senior Volunteer Program KSVP Present at New Braunfcls Night Out proclamati Law Office Of Kimhel Brown Attorney At Law Former Assistant County Attorney Civil and Criminal Practice Siiice 1981 6253455 260 CAISTELL NEW TX FULLY 1X1 HOED BY TEXAS SUPREME COURT UNI1 ED STATES DISTRICT CCUS7 FOR SC lUTHERN WESTERN UlSmlCIS NOT B OARD CERTIFIED BY THE VKAS BOAR 0 QF LEGAL SPECIAI lyrli NS1 Births Kiss Chlorine Goodbye Stop putting toxic chemicals into your pool or Now you can swim in safe water using technology developed by Thousands Installed Worldwide Call Today 6207105 McKenna Memorial Hospital Toni and David Smith 8pound girl July 18 New Karen and Stanley Vordcnbaum 5pound 9ounce girl July 17 New Joan and Donald Jamela 5pound 15ounce girl July 15 New FREE Thursday INight Giant Chicken Fried Steak includes baked salad exas toast Every Night 2 complete 8 Riheye Steak Dinners 7 am9 pm PLAZA DINER SAVINGS BONDS THE GREAT AMERICAN INVESTMENT Help Save A Kids Dream Host Families Are Urgently Needed for exchange students from Hong Students should arrive in August but many still need host Please call PE ACEUS A todavand PEACEUSA 3 180084PEACE The following comparison of residential rates charged by 13 electric utilties were compiled from statistics released by the Public Utility Commission of The amounts shown are for 1000 Kwh and include fuel and other miscelleaneous In order that our customers may make comparisons of NBU we have included them and the order in which they NAME QF UTILITY KILOWATTHOURS 12 Months Ending 1901 1991 Billing New Braunfels Utilities 1 1 City Public Service Board 2 3 Southwestern Public Service 3 2 City oi Austin 4 5 Bluebonnet Electric Coop 5 6 GVEC All Electric Rate 6 7 Texas Utilities Electric 7 8 Perdenales Electric Coop 8 4 GVEC ResidentialFarm Rate 9 9 Central Power Light 10 14 Gulf States Utilities 11 10 West Texas Utilities 12 12 Houston Lighting Power 13 13 El Paso Electric Company 14 11 CARPET SALE Put your foot down Then What makes XPSCM carpet of Trevira fiber so perfect for today is a unique system of advanced performance features that keeps it looking just as And you neednt wait till tomorrow for Its here right the strongest warranty protection in the industry 5 YEAR MATTING AND CRUSHING W YEAR STAIN RESISTANCE to YEAR WEAR for the next step in carpet STEVENS CARPET Gulistarr TREVIRA Glen Oaks DHOADC o Stock colors only INTERIORS 943 Walnut 62li3477 Store to 90 dayi lame as cajh wilh approved crtiii
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