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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 11, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword rn rn mm. Am, rn ---O__-__£ ^'Regular meeting, Thursday, Dec. 8. Present: W md Bm MO W M \m 0FNgmdHUg J#' pred Clerk, W N George, JI. Evens, Monroe Wen, Charles H. Mund. Absent: none. Discussion with representative from county retirement system on benefit increase. Vote: Unanimous. CommiMioners approved adopting change in retirement benefit formulas for current employees as well as employees who retired before adoption of system in March, 1975. New formula goes into effect Jan. 1,1984 Approval of subdivisions. Vote: Unanimous Commiaaioners gave final approval to three subdivisions — Beck Ranch Subdivision, Unit ll, Chapparral Subdivision, Unit H; and Country Hill Subdivision. Unit I, Ext. 1. Consider sketch approval of Dresden Wood Subdivision. No action taken. Commissioners suggested that contractor look into private road deeding and redrawing subdivision of minimum acreage of one acre for each tract Consider approval of ‘'The Summit Subdivision". Vote: Unanimous. Approval sublet to construction of channel easement instead of drainage easement Considsr budget amendment for Constable, Precinct I. Vote: Unanimous. Constable Weiner Kieslmg requested transfer of funds from oil and gas ac count to other accounts were needed Acceptance of roads in Lakewood Estate and Tranquility Park, Unit 2. into unit road system. Vote: 4-0. Commissioner George abstaining. Acceptance based on recommendation by county road administrator ACROSS 55    Secrete 56    Breathes 1 Race 58 Practices segments 60--sur 6 Across: pref gery 11 US tax gp 63 Manana 14 Time of 66 Asian coin year 67 Pond scums 15 Amerind 68 — — barrel 16 Decompose 69 Within: pref. 17 Small pref 70 Exercise 18 Star study 71 Golf club 20 Taverns 22 Common DOWN place 23 Belgian river 1 Meat 25 Strainer 2 Finial 28 Newcastle 3 USSR port on — 4 Learners 29 Lodge 5 Opening 30 Least fresh 6 Comedy 32 True slang Muse 34 Freedom 7 Bertrand — 39 Constituent 8 Craft 42 Made of 9 Negative layers 10 Bluenose 43 Inlaw 11 Lampoon 45 Preface 12 Italian colloq 13 Elegance 46 Abraded 19 Burmese 49 Joined demon 50 Band 21 Id — 54 Inner 23 Track man PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED tjiaaziu U U J u □ cjis ii JJJjJJ J □□IS ULI U U JJJ^JJiSUJJ Ll UUU jjjjjj auuuauau JJJUJ UUU UUU UUU JUJU UUU UUU JJUULJ Jd Ll Id Iii □UUU JUUUU UUUU lUUUUU ll UU LIU UUU JJJ JUJU UUU JllU UUU UBIUUU aaiiauuuu uuuuuui JJJJ JUJJUJJULIU UUJJ UUUU UUUUU .JUJU UUUU UUUCiU I ’’ 12 13 16 19 28 24 Anoint 26 Calf 27 This: Sp 30 Editors' words 31 Bashful 33 "— — Ding Dong Daddy" 35 Metal 36 Uncoiled 37 Confronted 38 Destroy 40 Pleasant 41 Pulled apart 44 Uncultivated 47 Hit hard 48 Guido's note 50 Related 51 Mature 52 Happening 53 Cyst 55 Pitch 57 Coppice 59 Redness 61 High priest 62 One s years 64 Work unit 65 Girl s name Weather Local temperatures Temperatures should continue in the 70-degree range following a morning low in the upper 40s There was 04 rainfall reported Saturday. Texas Thunderstorms rumbled across East Texas early this morning, because of a cold front that stalled as it cross the state's mid-section. Some of the storms were very heavy. About an inch of rain fell at Longview in a half hour. Elsewhere across the state skies were mostly cloudy Heavy fog developed over the western portions of South Texas, dropping visibilties to near zero in the Del Rio area. Winds were light and variable over most of Texas, although ahead of the cold front winds were southerly IO to 15 mph Across the Panhandle and the Trans Pecos region winds were south and southwest at IOU) 15. Early morning temperatures ranged from the upper 30s over the Panhandle to the 70s over the Lower Rio Grande Valley. Readings over most of the state were hovering in the 50s and 60s. At 4 a m., it was 35 degrees at Amarillo and 75 at Brownsville. The forecast today called for thunderstorms over much of the eastern half of the state and also in South Texas Elsewhere, sunny skies were expected rn West Texas and parly cloudy skies in Central and North Texas. Temperatures this afternoon were expected to range from the 50s and 60s m West Texas to the 70s and Site over the rest of the state Texas forecasts North Texas: Decreasing cloudiness west today, scattered showers and thunderstorms central and east. Fair west and central tonight, decreasing cloudiness east. Fair area-wide Sunday. Warmer Band members selling tamales New Braunfels High School band members are taking orders for tamales from San Antonio’s Victor ut Tamale Factory through Monday. The freshly cooked tamales will be delivered Dec. 14-15. Tamales are 63 a dozen and may be ordered by contacUng any band member. today west and continued mild central and east Cooler most of the area tonight. Mild again Sunday. High temp- eratures today 62 northwest to 76 southeast. l,ows tonight 35 to 54. Highs Sunday 62 to 75. East Texas: Decreasing cloudiness and mild this afternoon. Mostly fair tonight through Sunday Cooler tonight and mild again Sunday. High today low to middle 70s. Low tonight in the mid 40s to mid 50s. HighSunay 70s. South Texas: Occasional showers and thunderstorms east today, some possibly severe. Scattered thunderstorms central and south today. Partly cloudy in the west Precipitation ending from the west tonight, becoming fair and cooler. Sunny and mild Sunday. Highs today and Sunday in the 70s north and 80s south l>ows tonight in the 40s north to the upper 50s deep south West Texas: Sunny today, a little warmer most sections. Fair and cold tonight. Fair and a little colder Sunday. Highs today mostly 60s except mid 50s panhandle and mid 70s big bend valleys. Lows tonight mid 20s north to upper 30s extreme south. Highs Sunday lower 50s north to mid 60s south w ith near 70 in the Big Bend valley s Hvpald-Zeitun) Taykx Communications, Inc. (LISPS 377 880) lf you have not received your paper by 5:30 p m Tuesday through Friday or by 7:30 a rn. Sunday, eau 625-9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p m. and ll am. respectively Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Casted Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131. Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S. Casted Ave., New Braunfels. TX 78131. Dave Kramer..............General    Manager Claude Scruggs..................Publisher Elnora Kraft ................Office    Manager Robert Johnson ....................Editor Mike Grist ...............Retail    Coordinator Cheryl McCampbed .......Classified    Manager Don Avery  .............Circulation    Manager Carol Avery............Photocomp    Foreman Gus Elbe!...................Press    Foremen Roland Kraft ............Print Shop Foremen Wanda Lasater...........Kaleidoscope Editor David King...................Sports    Editor Patricia Yznage-King.............Wire    Editor Subscription Rates In Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, 68.55; 6 months, 615; one year, 627. In Texas: 6 months, 624; one year, 646. Out of state: 6 months, 630; one year, 660. Postmaster:    Send address changes to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131. Budget adoption on county agenda Adopting the county budget is one of four items which Comal County Commissioners will review in Monday’s regular meeting. The meeting will begin at IO a m. at the Comal County Courthouse. The proposed budget includes five percent salary increases for all county employees, excluding some officials who will receive a larger increase. Other agenda items are approval of November minutes, presentation of the 1984 calendar, and discussion of Cedar Terrace Subdivision. SVHS students donate books, toys Smithson Valley Highschool vocational industrial cooperative training students delivered donated toys and books to McKenna Memorial Hospital this week. Toys, including a wagon, coloring books and $50 collected in a recent drive were presented to the hospital by VICA Club representatives. Those who made the presentation were Richard Schroeder, VICA president; Casey Taylor, vice president; Randall Grandberry, treasurer; and Charla Barnett, secretary Barnett and Sheri Silver, also present, are nurse aides at McKenna. Charles Schandua is VICA club sponsor. Scouts win awards Boy Scout Troop 163 won two top awards from the GuadaComa District Fall Camporee at Potters Creek, Canyon Lake, last weekend. The Ram Patrol was selected as the top patrol out of 14 patrols. The Panther Patrol was third, despite bad weather and illness. Both patrols had firsts in the competition in which five first-places, five second places and four third-places were given. Attending with Scoutmaster Paul Deltz and Archie Heimer were Bruce and Troy Garrison, Frederick and Michael Heimer, Stephen Moreno, Brian Sciantarelli, Joseph Wylie and Michael Deltz. HAPPY HOLIDAY OF VALUE SVW / / ^Sldjhadk w—mmrnammI mmm mb Roundup SALES BONANZA! I A *375” Reg. 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