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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 14, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas For the Record r Page 3A February J993 MY FAVORITE CAR Dorothy Mills Metropolitan dream realized By David Sullens Editor and Publisher It took Dorothy Mills 34 years and a back hoe to get her Nash but shell be quick to tell you the car was worth the wait and the In I was 15 years old and became aware of those cute little Nash Mills wrote recently to a newsletter for others interested in the little My dad offered to buy me one when I turned Soon he suffered a heart attack and medical bills kept him from buying my At married a boy with a 51 Chevy who had never heard of a Through the I would point out a Met and tell him of my desire to own He thought I was crazy and reminded me of all the problems my dad had with his Nash In September the manager of the Green Valley Special Utility District in Man I persuaded my hus band to let me buy a 1961 Met hardtop as at an We towed it home and discovered its poor Everything needs to be redone or replaced With our four daugh ters the empty nest allows me time to work on Though I am an accountant and not a I am attempting to do the with my husbands but most often he has to put mind and muscle to it for He bought me the video A Watch Charm Rolls Royce for Christmas and it seems that after he watched he has more interest in my Met In about had found a 1961 Met out in the woods behind a mechanic I offered to buy it but there was a long story involving non payment for repairs ana their being unable to sell it Every few I would approach the property trying to per suade him to sell me the Met the answer was always In the a subdivi sion was built nearby and kids began to play in the My heart ached to see it being in Novem ber the heirs to the prop erty yielded and gave me the We had to cut down a dig it out with a back and lift the little cars remains onto a trailer to get it There are very few usable parts left on but it is mine I now have a parts car and consider myself a real Met We often hear about the love affair between owners and I can vouch for the truth of Mills concluded her There is an affinity with my Met that cannot be I am not doing a complete restora tion to so it probably will nev er go to a car never run or impress But I love my It represents the realization of a lifelong the fulfillment of a promise made 34 years the proof that patience is a the satis faction of bringing back to life something of if I can just get that third wheel off and those brakes to the holes in the as tank the water pump to quit and the fuel I will get to work on replacing the floorboard My Favorite Car is a weekly feature of the New Braunfels If you have a car that deserves recognition in or if you know someone who call David Sullens at Obituaries Donald Milo Stott Donald Milo Stott of New Braunfels died in a local Services for Stott will be at 2 15 at Doep penschmidt Funeral Burial will follow in the Guadalupe Valley Memorial with the Ken neth Peters of New Braunfels and the Charles Probst of New Braunfels Pallbearers will be members of American Legion Post Hon orary pallbearers will be members of the Alamo Model A Stott was bom in South to Leonard Milo Stott and Irene Weaver He married Louise Harding on June in Stott was a retired Divisional Merchandise Manager of Foleys Department He had been the founder of the Foleys Thanks giving Day He was a member of the New Braunfels Presbyterian He had been a at the National Hardware and Electric and a partner in Henne He was a member of the Wurstfest Rotary Elks Lodge and Alamo Model A Stott served in the Air Force during World War Survivors are his Louise Stott of New Braunfels two daugh Stephany Goodbread and her husband James of New and Connie reynolds and her hus band Don of New Braunfels one Donald Milo Stott of New Braunfels and four Stacy JamesGood bread Donald Reynolds and Ryan Visitation began at 8 Sat urday and willcontinue until ser vice time on Memeorials may be made to Eden Home Doeppenschmldt Funeral Home Carl Burkle The Carl born in Iowa and a resi dent of Austin for 30 died Saturday He was a member of the United Christian Funeral services will be held at Monday at United Chris tian 5800 Cameron with Harvey Quenette The Burkle is survived by his wife of 59 Adella Burkle daughter Kathryn Govier of Austin Paul Burkle of Georgetown dauther Ellen Schnatmeier of Charles Burkle of Ernest burkle of Iowa and Robert Burkle of Iowa eleven grandchil and two In lieu of memorial con tributions may be made to the Unit ed Christian Church in Austin or Eden HOme For the Aged in New CookWalden Funeral Home Cecilia Cruz Cecilia of New Braun fels died at a local Services will be at 10 Mon 1993 at teh Holy Family Catholic Burial will be at Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery with the Robert OHara A rosary will be said at 7 tonight at Zoeller Funeral Cruz was bom on 1944 in comal County to Enrique Cruz and Maria Rivera Cruz lived Hi New Braunfels all her life and was a She was a Survivors are her Maria Rivera Cruz of New Braunfels three daughters and Amy and Domingo Maldonado of New Jo Ann and Augustin Chavez of New Braun fels and Esther and David Ullea of Seguin two sons and daughtersin Jose Enrique and Tracey Munoz of and Alejandro Munoz two sisters and brothers Betty and Benjamin Sanchez of New and Biolanda and Ralph Carreon of New Braunfels four brothers and Celestino Con sueto Cruz of Matilde and Susie Cruz of Enrique and Elena Cruz of New and Enocencio and Melba Cruz of New Braunfels and 10 Pallbearers will be Alejandro Munoz Matilde Jose Enrique Enrique Cruz Celestino Cruz and Eno cencio The body will lie in state at the funeral home until Mon Zoeller Funeral Home Dottie Kane Dottie of New Braun fels died Friday 1993 at her Funeral services will be at 1 at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Larry Singletary of New Braunfels offici Burial will be in Comal Ceme Kane was born on July 1938 in to Hugh and Geraldine Cleveland She married Barney Kane on April 1980 in New Kane lived in New Braunfels since 1958 and was a She was a member of Lakeside Baptist survivors are her Bar ney Kane of New Braunfels her Geraldine Wages of Geor gia three Cherrie Langerhans and husband Joe of New Patty Meckel of San and Linda Meckel of New Braunfels three Bar ney Kane of New Dennis Meckel and wife Margie of New and Jeff Meckel and wife Cindyof NewBraunfels seven and one great Pallbearers will be Kris Jim Glen Paul Jimmy Rahe and Audi Memorials may be made to Hos pice New Zoeller Funeral Home Nora Miller Nora Miller was born in San Antonio and returned here in 1963 to make San Antonio her She died 1993 in a local nursing She was a former president of the newcomers Survivors include her husband of over 63 Amzie Miller Amzie Miller stepdaugh Shirley Miller Edwin Dulin and his Nellie two Josephine and William Hennessey and numerous nieces and Graveside services will be con ducted at 11 in the Renaissance Suite at teh Alamo Funeral Alamo Funeral Home Nora Schulze Funeral arrangements are complete at Zoeller Funeral Home for Nora Schulze of New She died at Oak Crest Inn Conva lescent Center Friday at the age of 86 Services are Monday at 10 at Guadalupe Valley Memorial There will be no visitation at trie funer aJ Zoeller Funeral Home Henry Sussman Arrangements are complete at Zoeller Funeral Home for Henry Sussman of New He died at in a local nursing Friday 12 at the age of FORECAST South Texas Texas Hill Country and SouthCentral Texas mostly cloudy with occasional light Lows in the upper hill country to 50s south Multicultural based literature lessons sought DALLAS Some Texas school district officials are currently con sidering the adoption of two inno vative literaturebased reading programs for use in grade schools throughout the state beginning in the 199394 school The Spanishlanguage Celebremos la Literatura and the Englishlanguage The Literature both devel oped by Houghton Mifflin Com have a multicultural focus and incorporate of authentic lit erature by Southwestern We are proud of these two groundbreaking programs which were the result of years of research into the needs of Texas schoolchildren and their teach said Mary vice presi dent and general manager of Houghton Mifflin in In our work with local educators and the response has been very positive one teacher who fieldtested the Literature Expe rience even delayed her retire ment in order to teach the pro gram Both Celebremos la Literatura and The Literature Experience were designed to meet the guide lines of a forwardthinking procla mation by the Texas Education Agency which calls for all reading programs to be literature Literaturebased reading uses real literature selections in their ACROSS 1 French WW II leader 6 Lacerates 11 Noahs son 14 Scarlett 15 Finish 16 All About 17 Prince of 18 Nasal sounding 20 Lure 22 union 23 Indian coin 25 Gossip 28 Leg part 29 Carpet 30 Was ambitious 32 Hatred 34 Ottawa 39 Dipping in water 42 Decrease of tensions 43 Island 45 Give money for 46 Track official 49 Made of 50 Wound cover 54 Sting 55 Ending for man or teen 56 Sorceress 58 Sailors 60 Tree park 63 Poetry Muse 66 Overly 67 Illinois city 68 Fabric 69 Nevada city 70 Guide 71 Dispute DOWN 1 Not high 2 Eureka 3 Greeting card 4 Amphitheater 5 Final 6 China piece 7 Constantly present in an area 8 Refreshing drink 9 Race 10 Notice 11 Auto type 12 Keep away from 13 Noisy fight 19 Annoy 21 15 addressee 23 Spiritless archaic 24 Low point 26 Mouthward 27 Philosopher Descartes 30 Faulty 31 Mailroom tool 33 Made in 35 Room 36 Outraged original form to allow children to learn basic skills such as phon decoding and word recogni tion in a natural and highly effec tive Celebremos la Literatura is a reflection of what Texas educators have been looking for reading books quality that is relevant to the said Ray Spanish literature consultant for Houghton With this pro as well as The we brought top regional authors whose work will inspire and build selfesteem among all the children of Literaturebased reading exciting reading selections serve as a springboard for the development of student reading According to Houghton Mifflin recent research proven that the more the better they literaturebased chil dren feel as if they are reading library books instead of making the literature more engaging and Houghton Mifflin has its south west regional office in Dallas the home office is in Massa The company has been publishing textbooks for around the for 110 since J PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 1393 1993 United Feature Syndicate 37 In harmony 38 More modern 40 Almonds and cashews 41 Weight unit 44 Deletion 47 Quiver 48 Airline 50 Party lineup 51 Holiday song 52 Perth 53 Life story 55 Birds home 57 Curves 59 Gibson and Torme 61 Consume 62 Fasten 64 Asian holiday 65 Yoko cloudy Rain 60 30s 50s Lows Highs WATER WATCH Canyon 501 cfs Canyon cfs Lake feet Information for Water Watch is compiled daily from the New Braunfels Utilities and the Army Corps of Engineers in Canyon
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