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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas n HMI wm j iilS frl ft Obituaries RubyUKdkrofNewBnnnfch dMMondty Jwe3 m Memorial thereof 75 192 1 in Atmmm s I rHBMB oUBIUUHO 19 A tfa ttilrtli iBKfcrt fer 44 vm a retired and M day Memorials n burg one brother Mirton Hansen of nklMmorOrei ftodericksbttfg 14 gnmdchikken and Fiiwrtl wOl M M Aft tiort will begin at 2 iiflj ill NBISD receives t to expand million rogram D2RNC dart School with the thai NBISD one of only five districts to receive an They wefl ensure this is goingtobeaquaBtypro because of the work weve already themoneywfllbeusedtoexpandthecuitenltedMiolo gy program to the secondary fcveUtwffl fund9tarTdevel upuieut and integration onto ilie Texas Education Agency awarded SO mflhon in tlchnbtogy implementation grants to start and expand pro irams focusing on staff development integration of tech NBISD was awarded just short of the maxi niiim grant amount Superintendent Charles Bradberry said he thought pre vious technology grants the datrict received would make flw districts prospects for receiving a grant harder However he said quality grant writing and a quality existing program worked in their favor Anytime TEA can be sure the money is going to be I in a quality way ft looks good for die he said services at OakRim New Braunfels Middle School and New BraunfebHigh School Bradberry said ttfewffl expand the prognm to cover kindergarten through the 12th grade We realty making a concerted eflnt to move forward Ife said initially 28 teachers win recenfe extensive ttain ing Those teachers wiO men train others He said die grant is renewable and be would like to see the district continue getting it as long as possible If it is renewable we would fike to make ft a fouryear he said The awanfing of these in the state The students of New Braunfels are among the first to receive mis kind of technology Gas industry on rebound By CMP BROWN Associated Press Writer AUSTIN a bruising decade the future is looking brighter for natural gas Gov George W Bush Now he wants to make sure the federal government doesnt do any thing to change his optimism Bush in a Monday speech to die Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association praised 03 and gas producers for Surviving 10 of the toughest years any industry has ever gone Bush a former oil and gas produc er in Midland said he would fight to keep the federal government from set ting regulations that would slow the growth of natural gas Texas is the countrys leading pro raid consumer of the cleanbum LOAHS from Soda Security recipients 4 Phone Applications New Braunfels Se Habla Espahol 6296044 ita BY DAVID DBCUNDER Staff Writer to absorb garbage fee increase MARION An increase in the garbage fee will be absorbed by die City of Marion not by hs citizens The Marion Crty Council voted 60 on Monday night to ktthe cify absorb the increase for twiceweekly pick up duiing the summer months f The council considered passing the increase on to consumers but Coun cilman Felix Arambula opposed mat move i7 Amrfjub suggested toMayorGIem Hild he bok into the recycling needs for thedry and any revenues from that I offset costs incurred from sum recycling Hild said We could use recycling money to offset it summer trash Councilman Clarence Jackson motioned for the city to absorb the 1 increase and Anmbnla seconded the motion City Secretary Maggie Harding said it costs the city an estimated to per month June Jury August for twiceweekly garbage pickup last The council approved by a vote of 5 1 to authorize Hild to sign the Texas Community Development Program contract with Ford Engineering toe of San Antonio for the construction of the citys new is week to send a sur asking them if they Would be wiifUng to participate in any Texas Today Wtth Maps ftotum To Houston HOUSTON A 160year old Houston map missing for eight years is back in the hands of its right ful owners ft is finally said Roberta Har ris attorney for Houston Title which owns the relic The map is back home where it is supposed to be home in John Fox a former Houston Title employee sued nationallyknown voice on I tract I have no confidence in Ford Engi antiquities dealer W Graham Arader HI over ownership of the map neering and previous projects have proved Arambula said In other business council opted to appoint Coun cil woman Mary Gagne as mayor pro tem for a oneyear term voted to continue negoti ations for an officer to replace Antho ny W Slaughter councfl approved changes in the Marion Police Department personnel manual Jackson had a suggestion that the old post office building next to city hall now be used for a community youth activity center It would give youth somewhere to in the summer I think ft would we could make it ihto multiple community affairs ing fuel He said policies set in the late 1970s and early 1980s such as the Fuel Use Act and Natural Gas Pricing Act destroyed the natural gas businessin favor of coal producers R e s fa u r an t Swiss Cuisine In a Country Setting Fondues Sunday Champagne Brunch Wine Cellar Elegant evening dining upstairs rtstrvationt plane or Informal downstairs dining lunch or dinner Indoors or on our scenic patio 2109804396 27315 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd Stop Creditor Hanrassment NO CREDIT NEEDED known Debt Consolidation or Chapter 13 Bankruptcy Wage EameN Examples Unsecured debts Free Visit per month Student per month Bills Credit cards per month Resula obtained depend on the facts of each J PAST DUE AUTO LOANS BACK TAXES BACK HOUSE CHILD SUPPORT BILLS W ALL CAN BE INCLUDED NOT CEBTIRB TEXAS BOARD OF LEQAL SPEOAUZAT1ON Free Call 24 Hour Recorded Information I80Q3423871 Clarkton Volkmap AttdrneVal San Antonio TX Subscribe today 6259144 Call 6293311 For Pickup Window CHAMIE SHEEN t IMS ARRIVAL I WE MAY BE LOOKING FOR YOU We need help from our readers On Sunday June 16th the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung will be publishing a Wedding Guide This year we would like to include stories from our readers about their weddings Category 1 Youve been married how long If you have been married more than 40 years we want to know your secret to a successful marriage Tell us what made it last Category 2 He proposed to you how If your sweetheart popped the question in an unusual funny or very romantic way call and tell us about it Category 3 Did that really happen on your honeymoon We are looking for a funny honeymoon experience to sjhare with our readers Category 4 You said your I Dos where jl Were you married in an unusual place or under unusual circumstances Tell us about it TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE oopers If it was funny we sure would like to hear abptit Please call and ask for the newsroom Calte accepted between only thru Thursday June 6th ACROSS 1 Speckled fish 6 a fuss 10 Was aware 14 Dwelling 15 Garfield pooch 16 Tall 17 Topple 18 MASH actor 19 Taj Mahal site 20 Obtain 21 and hearty 23 Clay target shooting 24 Greek letter 25 Uses a water gun 27 Numbers 30 Middle of a wheel 31 Rendered fats 32 Pest 37 Excited 38 Actor George 40 Wild pig 41 Ambitious one 43 Pace 44 Color 45 Crocheted items 47 Dinersneeds 51 Musical composition 52 Actress Barkin 53 Peach stones 54 Rockconcert need 57 Flu symptom 58 Authentic 60 Largeeyed monkey 62 Sloped area 63 Giant in fairy tales 64 Overact 65 Understands 66 the line obeyed 67 Singer Springfield DOWN 1 Hoodlum 2 Boxers boundary 3 Expel 4 Exploit 5 Restrains 6 Eucalyptus eaters 7 Doing nothing 8 Spanish hero 9 Large green parrot 10 Tough brownish fabric 11 African river 12 Heron 13 Pussycat 22 Had a meal 23 Deli sandwiches 24 Move a bit 25 Close PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED BIB BE HHfflU HHB HHDDB HHfflDH 1RIEIGII MHUIMB DQDH UffiWIH SHUSH SI1C1H EiQEB 5696 1996 United Feature Syndicate 26 Stop 27 Iris 28 Shakespeare an villain 29 Sailors drink 32 Neither fish fowl 33 Assists in crime 34 Alaskan city 35 Billowing garment 36 God of love 38 Astonish 39 Average grades 42 Skinny 43 Disheveled 45 Simmered 46 Make a choice 47 Approaches 48 Pond film 49 Feather 50 Saves 53 Skin an apple 54 Writer 55 Mongrel 56 Mice to cats 58 Decompose 59 Conceit 61 Flightless bird STUMPED Call for Answers t
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