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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword Gulf. Herald-*#Kung, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, January 20, 1991 Page 3A ACROSS 1 Ruler: ver. 5 Linked a Degrade 14 Vestment 18 Concerning 16 Not so hot 17 Of an Atlantic country 19 Miss Rich 20 Whole amount 21 Adheres 23 A metal 2 4 fishing 26 Singsong sound 28 Induced 29 Weapons 32 Actor Robert — 35 Gawk 36 Sinbad's bird 37 Related 36 Pigtail’s kin 39 Arizona city 40 Ferrer or Ott 41 Talent 42 Cheapskate 43 — pony 45 Anti 46 AUS president 47 Undershirt SI Uncommon 53 Brief pain 55 Undivided 56 Water body 56 Visionaries 60 Shsrp crested ridge 61 Fly high 62 Spanish artist 63 Populous 64 Venison sources 65 Card DOWN 1 Threesome 2 Pedestal part 3 Poplar 4 Electric unit 5 Colored 6 Subcontinent 7 - the Red 8 Shipboard item 9 A Philippine native 10 Pacific sea 11 Holes 12 Chinese: pref. 13 "East of —” 16 Resource 22 Concise 25 Project 27 Consumed 29 Sedate 30 Beak 31 Sign of wound 32 Barriers 33 "Agreedl": var. 34 Color 35 Diagonally 36 Garden Item PMVtOUt PUZZL6 SOL VCO anna nnnrao nranrc ramna anuran;! simpif.1 □Han mnraHra ranran □□a noun nnflmm BHO lim ankara □aaarara caranamHrani raraarara HEranrci [ trap □HHH anuran arano rarara aranrara amarna □□naraaoa ranaaan □anan anuran HHonmra aann ana anna aaaram raarnw nraaa raanara wwiw Hama ranaraa anam Continued from Pogo 1A that twice rained missiles on Israel, causing two dozen minor injuries. Later, U.S. officials said they had rushed Patriot anti-missile batteries to Israel and they were quickly up and ready, manned by U.S. Army crews. After Iraq’s second missile attack, on Saturday, one Cabinet minister said Israeli retaliation was' 'almost inevitable.” But later a senior military man said Israel would first ” wait and see” whether the Patriots are the shield it needs. An Israeli reprisal could drive some Arab states out of Operation Desert Storm — the U.S.-lcd coalition trying to expel President Saddam Hussein’s invasion force from Kuwait — and into a war against the Jewish suite. The desperate hunt for Iraq's mobile Scud-missile launchers was taken up Saturday by an array of planes. After a slowdown Friday because of had weather, U.S. and allied warplanes renewed daylight bombing of other Iraqi targets as well. Goud cover still blocked some visual targeting, but skies were improved, returning pilots said. The Desert Storm allies were also doing some backdoor bombing — from Turkey. In a dispatch from Baghdad, AP correspondent Salah Nasrawi said four Local florist accepting Project R.O.S.E. gifts hours of1 pre-dawn bombing runs Saturday hid further devastated the capital’s previously damaged telecommunications center, although some satellite telephone linkups were still available. Electricity and water remained cut off, he said. The Iraqis claimed Saturday to have shot down 101 allied warplanes. The allied military* has reported only IO down — six American, two British, one Kuwaiti and one Italian. It also says IO Iraqi planes have been shot down in three days of air war. The Iraqis claimed on Friday to have captured some American pilots. But they had yet to produce them publicly. Nine oil platforms the Iraqis had turned into anti-aircraft posts were the targets of the nighttime air-sea strike off Kuwait’s coast, mounted by a Navy guided missile frigate, Army helicopters and a patrol boat of the -Kuwaiti exile government. The attackers ’’neutralized” the gunners and took 12 prisoners, the first reported Iraqi POWs, the U.S. military said. It said there were no U.S. casual tics, but few other details were imrnc diatcly available. In Washington, Gen. Colin Powell, joint chiefs chairman, said the air cam paign was now shifting its emphases from Baghdad to bombing Iraqi troops in the Kuwait theater, including the Republican Guard, clite core of do defense of Kuwait. Army commanders were wailing for the thousands of air sorties to sol ten up the defenses of the half-millioi man Iraqi army in the occupier! emirate. The U.S. military continued to dole out only limited information about att targets, ground operations and other aspects of the 3-day-old Operatic.. Desert Storm. 39 Chinas* dynasty 41 Next to Ala. 42 — metal: nickel alloy 44 Pays the tab 45 Tobacconists’ 47 Lurk 48 Unlucky one 49 — nous 50 Cranky 51 Turnpike 52 Surfaoe measure 54 Adored one 57 Bom 59 Practitioner, suff. Comal Flower Shop in New Braunfels, a local Telcflora florist, is one of more than 17,000 American florists who have joined in an effort to help boost the morale of Desert Shield service personnel in Saudi Arabia through Project R.O.S.E. (Remember Our Serviccmembers Everywhere). The floral shop is helping by collecting donations of $1 or more to send commemorative pins to American troops involved in Desert Shield. ITie solid brass clutch-back pins feature a yellow rose on a red, white and blue ribbn along with the words “Desert Shield, America Support You.** The project was conceived by Addle Jones, a Telcflora employee who wanted to create a way for concerned Americans to show their sup port of Desert Shield personnel. “It is definitely not a comment on U.S. military presence or policy in the Mideast,” Brandt said. “It’s just to say that we’re thinking about them.” To take part in this effort of support, visit Comal Flower shop at 207 E. San Antonio St. All monies will be forwarded to the Telcflora Foundation, the non-profit organization created to oversee the effort. Alternative participation methods include sending a check to Telcflora Foundation, Dqn. 60001, City of Industry, Calif. 91716-0001, or calling I-900-786-ROSE. Callers will be billed $2 on their next monthly telephone statement with net proceeds being sent to Project ROSE. For more information, contact Brandi at 625-1741. Menn? • Hardware Warm U& Your Winter With from Hennes I WW* BT Days Sate through January 26 it CISD taxes due Jan. 31 Taxes levied by Comal Independent School District, due Jan. 31, now are being collected by the county tax atsessor-collecior. The function was consolidated July I, reducing duplicate services and cutting the cost of collection. Tax payments to CISD, which become delinquent Feb. I, will bear 7 percent penalty and interest charges. These charges will increase the first day of each month. More than 56,000 tax statements were mailed in October by the Comal Public records County tax asscssor-collector, with CISD taxes included on the traditional county statement. The 1990 tex levied for CISD is $18,012,128. This isbase-d on an assessed valuation of $1,529,638,444. The 1990 tax rate for CISD is $1.2056 per $100 assessed value. Mailing address for the Comal County Tax Office is P.O. Box 311445, New Braunfels, Texas 78131. Taxpayers also may pay in person, between the hours of 8:IS ajn. and 4:45 p.m., at 150 N. Seguin Ave. For additional information on payment, call the Comal County Tax Office at 620-5521. Fast Refunds IRS Electronic Filing Income Tax Returns $35.00 Filing Fee TAXMAN. Inc Pick Up Your Packet At: In N«w Braunfels at:    In    San    Marcos    at: C«nf x owlet COTttr Advance Buxine Systemt Courtyard Shopping Center 629-3979 Rlvercrest Drlve-ln Stores #1-995 Loop 337 625-9535 •2-617 Hwy 81-by Kroger 629 5675 Pit stoa rood Man All Location! 329 S. Guadalupe 396 1027 In Startzville at: Start! Cafe 899-2375 Pit Stop FOOd Mail 899 3696 All Seguin Area FAJRMCQ Diamond Shamrock Stations With Electronic Filing, it takes about two weeks tor Direct Deposit to your bank and about three weeks tor a paper check. 'he following persons have received marriage licenses from the Comal County Clerk’s Office. Mark Adam Livemois and Susan Palomo Mints John Linville Gentry and Dorothy Maiheaus Schuler Harold Simon and Mary Meyer Falvey Jon Hansen Kilgore and Dawn Doric Dietert Troy Daryl Rollins and Jennifer Shannon Jones Lamy Hubberd and Colleen Ann O'Connell Raj ar am Valant God bole and Karen Jean Buszinski Alonzo Brock and Joan Jolly Neuman Jeffery Ray Timmerman and Tangent Lavonne Conner Gilbert Ernest Arlitt and Margaret June Grace Jose Guadalupe Ortega Jr. and Tammy Lcnc Marsh Joseph A. Acevedo and Maria Victoria Acevedo Raymond Mate and Georgiana Nadine Weber David Wayne Shelley and Audry Mac Bourgeois John Timothy McClinton and Annette R. Aitcheson Alfonso Serna and April Suzzette Vallejo Timothy Lane Power and Tai ana K. Wall Christopher Wayne Becker and Kerry Amanda Gams Paul Machuca and Jennifer Lee Guerrero The following cases have been heard in Comal County Court-at-Law with the Judge Fred Clark presiding. •Russell Maurice Fischer, New Braunfels, driving while license suspended, $150 fine, three days jail. •Stephen Edwardr Earle, San Antonio, reckless driving, dismissed. •Stephen Edwards Earle, San Antonio, ran stop sign, dismissed. •Stephen Edwards Earle, San Antonio, ran stop sign, dismissed. •Scott B. Cowan, San Antonio, speeding, dismissed. •Samuel Munoz, New Braunfels, DWI, $200 fine, IO days jail, one year probation. •Douglas Raymond Kelley, Iowa, DWI, $300 fine, 90 days jail, two years probation. •Jackson P. Fulcher, Canyon Lake, DWI, $450 fine, 90 days jail, two years probation. •Nicholas Edward Origer, New Braunfels, possession of controlled substance, marijuana, misdemeanor, $250 fine, two days jail. •Gus Arriaga Garcia, New Braunfels, delivery of controlled substance, marijuana, misdemeanor, $350 fine, 30 days jail, six months probation. •Jean Scurlock, San Mvcos, possession of controlled substance, marijuana, misdemeanor, $400 fine, 30 days jail, six months probation. •Charles Burton Empett Jr., New Braunfels, assault, $200 fine; 60 days jail, six months probation. •Samuel Garcia Aldana, San Antonio. DWI. $450 fine. 90 days jail, two years probation. •Denny West, Wimberly, DWI, $500 fine, 90 days jail, two years probation. •Domingo Gonzalez Lopez, Universal City, theft over $20, under $750, $250 fine, 60 days jail, one year probation. •Jimmy Terrell Summerlin, Friendship, DWI, $550 fine, 90 days jail, two years probation. •Prudence C. Vasquez, Austin, driving while license suspended, $150 fine, six days jail. r •PrudencioC. Vasquez, Austin, failure to maintain financial responsibility, $200 fine, six days jail. •Deborah Susan Denigris, Canyon Lake. DWI, $500 fine. 90 days jail, two years probation. •James F. Neary Jr., DWI, $500 fine, 90 days jail, two years probation. •Brent Ray McCoy, Marvel, theft over $20, under $200, $250 fine, 60 days jail, six months probation. •Yvonne Marie King, Fort Worth, evading arrest, $350 fine. 60 days jail, six months probation. •Michael Gene Lawrence, New Braunfels, assault, dismissed. •James Harvey Keckley, San Antonio, DWL $750 fine, 90 days jail, two years probation. •James Harvey Keckley, San Antonio, possession of prohibited weapon, dismissed. The following suits have been filed in the Comal County District Clerk’s Office. •John Bowling v. City of New Braunfels, damages. Bowling claims in the suit the city in 1989 paved a street over his land, approximately 29,440 square feet. •Texas Commerce Bank New Braunfels v. William A. Nickerson, doing business as The Nickerson Co., civil suit •Michael Kauoloku and David Brodsky v. Warren Dowdy, damages. )0 I ;11,iiic 111( (J, ,l Dux I SIDING ft ROOFING "A Tribute To Sixty" "Look to the Hillt from whence cometh thy help"! You were born on Christmas day-80 years ago. You came into our lives as Blaunch Combs boffin, daughter Of Doc. Marvine Combs, a painless Dentist-he professed to his patients, "I don't feel the pain". Blaunch inherited his sense of humor, her compassion for humanity came from Theresa, her mother, her companion in all of Ufes Phases-her love of flowers, and of the hunt-off the wary Buck-who lurked in Mr. Heidrich's Pasture, 5OO acres of Oak and Cedar off the old camp house, which rang with jokes and comaradirie known only to families who made the "trek" each November till January for 55 long seasons. Abt of living went into those decades, which Blaunch really hated because it made her ten years older. "Bless the Lord for all the joy, the tears, the bond, the stories of their hunts, which Marwn, her husband, repeated so many times in that old camphouse! How thru the years "Little Stephanie" brought joy and laughter, loved by all, Henry and Mellitta's daughter. Later it was David and Stephanie's daughter Tanya Natasha who has repeated and given her love to the hunters". Bbunch, was a "ttui blue" Orange Longhorn, who served her alma mater as faithfully as she hunted the horns on now, Mellitta's Ranch. We, your family and friends, bads you farewell as the New Year was born. We shed our tears and gave thanks, for Cays tai Stone a felbw worker, teacher, a true blue friend who held your hand in the hospital room in Grand Prairie as you started your last journey to the room in the sky and beyond, the hills you THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF NEW BRAUNFELS WHAT WE’RE ALL ABOUT Please take a couple of minutes from your busy schedule to look over this letter. It should prove to be informative to you, and with your support, achieve beneficial results for our entire community. Our (yes, yours and ours) Humane Society is charted by the State of Texas as a “Non Profit" organza bon. The Society does not, repeat, does not receive any of your tax money, but is dependent upon contributions from individuals such as yourself and local busnesses. The New Braunfels Humane Society is the only non-profit animal shelter in the counties of Comal and Guadalupe. Simply stated, our main purpose in being is to provide procedures to prevent and correct cruelty to animals, a refuge for stray and unwanted animals, adoption, and the unpleasant task of euthanasia for those animals that can not be placed (i.e. sickenss, temperament, not enough homes, etc ). Also educational programs within the local community as pertains to health care/treatment of animals One of the most important on going programs of The Society is in the area of spaying and neutering of adopted animals. Prior indiscriminate breeding allowed by owners resulted of more unwanted animals, | which mostly ended up in the animal shelter, only to repeat the cycle again Statistically the spaying/ neutering program has proven to be highly effective in eliminating unwanted animals. WHERE HAVE WE BEEN? The current animal shelter was constructed in 1978. with donations raised over a period of 5 to 6 I years. There have been some improvements to the facility over the years, but nothing to increase the {animal holding capacity. WHERE ARE WE TODAY The shelter has reached the saturation point. An often heard complaint is that the Humane Society I does not keep animals for a long enough time for placement purposes This is often the case because of I the fact that there just is not any space available. As the population of our area grows, we can anticipate a corresponding increase in the number of {stray, unwanted animals. Currently, we project in the neighborhood of 3,500 unwanted and homeless {animals to pass into the shelter in the calendar year 1991. WHERE ARE WE GOING? The good news relative to resolving the lack of space is that plans are underway to increase the cur {rent facilities by 1,000 sq. feet for small animal holding and administrative space, along with an addition al 18 dog runs Now the oad news, lack of money (sound famililar?) The estimated cost of the new addr tion is in the range of $120,000. When it comes to this amount of money our fill s almost hare {Remember, we are a non-profit organization. WHAT CAN YOU DO This is where you enter the picture. WE NEED FINANCIAL HELP! It «s not the case of I, me or you, but | of WE Individually this amount is out of our grasp, but collectively can be reached by a united team effort on all our parts. We have an excellent animal shelter. With your help it can be even better The bottom line is that the animals and Animal Shelter needs your help! Please contribute the best you cai For those of you who do not fancy animals, this will be an opportunity to help stop strays in your yard gar bago, and lawn. Now is your chance to help resolve this problem. Remember, the accomplishments of the Humane Society in the past as well as the future depends on {individuals like yourself. Please take a moment now, while you have this letter before you, to return your contributions as indi leafed below. Please give a helping hand to our furry friends!    Thank    You! Animals at the Animal Shelter W    □    I am Interested In the welfare of animals end want to do my pert by becoming | O Q    •    member    of    Hume    ne    Society of New Braunfels. '    H    ?l?°^Sp0n80f MombtK LJ$25 Benefactor Member u$15 Assisting Member CD620 Donor Member Q$10 Supporting Memberj Q $ Any Amount you like I want to help. Humane Society of New Braunfels P.O. Box 310231 New Braunfels, TX 78131-0231 El $50 Sustaining □ Building Fund Name: Steel: >leleprK>ne _ Apt No City State .Lu Non-Profit. Charitable Organisation, Donations Ara Tan Daductlbh ;