New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 18, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas
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14 Mindful of
15 Fated charge
17 Beauty parlor treatments
18 Notre Dame. .
22 Que or Sask
23 Writer — Tan
24 Brief swim 26 Imitated 28 Bangle 33 Hymn
36 Luxury cars
37 Answer on a quiz
39 Make waterproof
41 Not odd
42 Scottish landowner
43 Mala —
44 Money owed
45 Slept Uke —
46 Brown shade
47 Less common 49 School term 51 Line of rotation
53 — Diego Chargers
54 Fiasco 57 Dessert
59 Pad 64 Building designer
67 Royal headdress
69 Reporter s question
70 Musician Bishop
71 Actor Kevm —
72 "Sanford and —*
2 Is otx»oated to
3 Armed confhcts
4 Columnist BomOeck
6 Jets and Patriots grp
7 One of the tides
8 Aquarium fish
10 Young guy
11 Tai Mahai see
12 Jets or Lakers
13 Pans airport 19 Moved like a
bunny 21 Diamond —
25 Flower part
27 Small amounts
28 Ran. as dye
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30 Microscopic animal
32 Muscat ensemoies
35 Singer Osmond 38 Impulses
40 Fibber 42 Riata 46 Legislatures 48 Type of tax 50 Tumbler s pad
54 Without light
55 Russian river
56 701 toa Roman
58 Repeated sound
61 Vocanc rock
62 Suspense wrier Ambler
65 Egg source
66 Large weight
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CITY COUNCIL , DISTRICT 5 111 JIM HENDRICKS
Trees are the most common cause of storm-related power interruptions and a frequent cause of other routine outages as well. Don’t plant new trees near power lines, lf you think you already have a tree hazard near your lines, call your local PEC office for advice or tree trimming services. Don’t wait until you and your neighbors are left in the dark.
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VA accepting applications for homeless funds
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is accepting applications from public and non-profit groups for funds from the department’s Homeless Providers Grant and Per Diem Program to develop programs that help veterans recover from homelessness.
Grants awarded under the program can provide up to 65 percent of the coal of actfdnng. cowl turfing or reiw ovafog facilities that win be used to furnish supportive services and housing or as service centers, or to purchase
vans in support of these programs.
The Homeless Providers Grant and Per Diem Program was authorized in 1992. Some $6 million is available for the program this fiscal year Those organizations that are eligible for grants also may apply for per diem payments, or in-kind assistance, from VA for veterans receiving services in programs that were established after Nov. IO, 1992.
In an effort to notify as many interested groups as possible about the fund
ing availability. VA will contact more than 4.000 groups and individuals, including veterans service organizations. other non-profit organizations, state and local governments, and congressional offices.
To request an application, writer to Veteran Industries, 10770 N. 46th Street (A 400), Tampa. FL 33617-3465, ct call (813) 223-2871, between the hours of a 8 a.m. and 4 p m. (ET), Monday through Friday.
By MICHELLE OATMAN JOHN MOLER, photographer Special to the Herald-Zeitung
Now I knew that the pictures were a little harder last week, but I was hoping for some response! Our Three men toasting1 (AA-96-031) did not receive one call. We were dunking maybe one person would recognize grandpa in that photo but I guess not h will go on being just an interesting picture with no names attached.
Our "Indians in Landa Park” (AA-96-030) had a 50-50 response. We will have to give a big thank you to Betty Meckel for saving us from having a total zero score and ruining our good average of identification. Mrs. Meckel came rn to let us know that the woman in the front of the canoe is her mother Tee Nofte Meyer, about 1925. We did receive one caO to question us about the sign on the boat. It is an Indian friendship sign.
Spring is here and the weather has been beautiful, and for that we bring out this great couple, enjoying die sun! (AA-96-032) is a fun photo that we know we should have the names of, we think they may have been posing for the yearbook, but without the year we emit find the names.
(AA-96-033) is a "fine fifties family." We are hoping that someone win recognize erne of them as a relative, a neighbor, a friend, or even themselves.
Now that spring has sprung, the Archives is jumping with projects, lf you have a little tone and would hke to join a fun-loving environment, stop by and take a look at the different projects we have to offer. We need volunteers for everything from receptionist, filing, research, photos, dipping newspapers. computer work and much more.
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