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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Newspaper Archive: June 21, 1996 - Page 8

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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 21, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                market value of the property which ever lew However they could tell more depending on the bid I I pOfMtttt tnd get them on the them win allow the distfitt to it Sirfi irfc n a tlkiiiiJlP revenue iiuii mem tie saia they are sokl the diitrid will ali6 be able to Hop spending money for maintenance and upkeep of the prop to ai em Jv puvuiii Bmmfols City Council has t with the city Corol County Commisnonen Court ind county took possession of the once they approve it Mbpetty notices will be published in the paper that no one punned us about and the date of the sale will be set ft swd Curtis Hie sate will be held on he steps Of the Collector Carleton Donop said Comal County Courthouse die properties will be sold for at least Superintendent Charles Bradbeny 30 percient of die aggregate amount of said some of these properties have In other business the btJird San Antonio College Palo AHo Col lege and St Phillips College Debbie Fitsko administrative assistant for career and technology community education and adult education said through the agreements students can receive up to nine hours of college credit free of charge for taking a sequence of three tech prep courses in high school She said 15 students graduated with college credit this past school year ce shuttle off on scientific mission SCAPE CANAVERAL office Space shuttle Columbia thundered The Canadian and French ttifough scattered clouds and slipped astronauts will conduct million fitto orbit today on a 2 misworth of biomedical plant fluid and sjipn to study subtle but important metal experiments in orbit changes in the human body in weightFour of doctors a vet erinarian and physicist will have blood drawn in orbit and record their diminishing muscle strength Theyll also monitor their sleep by wearing caps with electrodes Astronauts often complain of poor sleep in space and their muscles and bones weaken because of the absence of gravity Twelve rats are on board for a devel opmental studly as well as 36 fish eggs The astronauts will try to videotape their own launch and landing from inside sharing cockpit views of i Until practically the last minute fsfXSA had worried clouds or thun derstorms might delay liftoff But die elbuds werent thick enough to be a problem and Columbia blasted off with seven astronauts at light on time Have a great flight and have more fun than a barrel of launch controller Roberta Wyrick told shuttle commander Terence Tom Henricks fooments before liftoff drive units for Columbias fuelline doors and retest a datarelay system in the engine compartment There have been a few shuttle operations director Bob Sieck noted Wednesday Some would say thats characteristic of That made todays punctual launch all the more rewarding cisbrihoto Friends help Scheele Brian SchMla seated right receives gifts from Fraztor Elementary School and the Nsw BmunMs Church of Christ to help pay for his medical expenses The presentations were made during ceremonies held recently at the school Seated with Scheele Is his wife Cindy Standing are Dolores Gongora Frazler Elementary librarian Marc French Frazler Elementary School special education teacher Deanna Callahah representing the New Braunfels Church of Christ and Carol Scheele Frazler Elementary School secretary and Brians mother Frazler Elementary students collected during a school fundraiser and the church donated Brian a New Braunfels Police Department patrolman was paralyzed during a horseback riding accident climb to orbit and their fiery descent The countdown this morning was more dramatic than usual at least visu ally A videb camera inside the shuttle through the atmosphere And theyll provided unprecedented views practice shuttle maneuvers that may tf the astronauts strapping into their seats with help from technicians While in orbit four of the astronauts Will be poked with needles and wear caps with electrodes so future space travelers can adapt better to longer The laboratory work is similar to whats planned for the international spacf station to be built later this decade and next It represents kind of a blueprint a road map to space said Dr Arnauld Nicogossian acting head of help another shuttle crew move the Hubble Space Telescope into a higher orbit next year If the astronauts can conserve enough power the flight will be extended from 16 to 17 days which would be a shuttle endurance record As of now Columbia is due bade at the Kennedy Space Center on July 6 This is the 20th flight of Columbia NASAs oldest shuttle with a history of multiple and sometimes lengthy launch delays Over the past few days NASA had tfASAs life and microgravity sciences to doublecheck screws on the power TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS rv comments Skirt feature 10 Santa s helper 13 Lazily T4 Scoundrel J5 Fish trap Jfl Leaves t CalMorth i ft Singer X 49 Spins 81 Warm and cozy grandson 24 Shed tears 25Typeol window 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partner 52 Farm structure 53 Ben Adhem 54 Boxers weapon 55 City on the Rhine 56 Twelve hours past midnight 57 Party 60 Garden tool 62 Limb IBENCHGRAFT Clllfll tlTIK Solid wood in all oak finish Includes 36 x 60 trestle table 4 side chairs and j 1 bench Lacks List Price Hurry In Tower Computer Desk A Features keyboard rollout tray tower CPU area 2 box storage drawers full extension file drawer Lacks List Price 624010 Hutch ZanlthZr Stereo TV Universal remote surround sound controls timer SY2768S 702760 Buy with confidence Every item at Lacks has been selected to provide Hot Super Savings 2 cushions and Multicolored strjpe fabric 90316 furnishings choices satisfaction is our goal That why make it Solid pine Parly American in a honey pine finish Includes 65 dresser hutch mirror and bookcase headboard lack List Price 9231 996 60 from purchase date wi Call for Answers TMKTC tow sr 1WO4M3535 exl code Lacks of New Braunfels 971W San Antonio 6257324   

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