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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 15, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas HetaM-Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, September 15, 1991 Page 3A Crossword ACROSS 1 Canvas holder •    6    AMEX unit 11 Paid athlete 14 Fashion 15 Comedy 16 Agt. 17 Nut 18 Performance between acts 'I    of play I* 20 Be on hand ** 22 Automobile *.    type 23 Pinnacle »' 25 Conditions *. 28 Family rooms 29 Theater sign: •* abbr. 30 Yells 32 Fortuneteller's card *• 34 Quits school ,• 39 in the * I grave *. 42 Disturb .• 43 Puts back *’ 45 Vehicles 46 Fate I* 49 Blubber •I 50 Meat cut 54 Look hard ;♦ 55 Bloody 56 “The Eyes of — Mars” *. 58 Bull s foe 60 Regale •I 63 Turnstiles. > eg- #* 66 Antagonist % 67 Lake craft 68 Visible 69 A title 70 Kiosk 71 Of a water plant DOWN 1 Sixth sense 2 Devoured 3 Shade trees 4 Make joyful 5 Advanced 6 Black eye: slang 7 C-note 8 Quantity: abbr. 9 Future fishes 10 Slips up 11 Straitlaced person 12 Fortification 13 Uncorks 19 Went ahead 21 Kin of “et al.” 23 Actress Mary — 24 Lifter 26 Football’s Tim — 27 Foul air 30 Tolerated 31 Risque 33 Many times: poet. 35 As written: music 36 Having feet adapted for swimming 37 — Pradesh: Indian state PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED L A P P G A S P S N I P E I B A R O B O E H O N O R C O N E A B u N O A N C E S - K I T S L O T I D E A T E S L 0 T S T H R E E M 0 O T C I D S H A G P E I R O M A N R I A T A E M M Y A W A R D W I N N E R R E E 0 S L O S E S D E B M U S S s A L T E C S B o R I S S A H T B P A S T E D N O M D A N A A N T H R A C I T E E K E R S T A I R O A T S T E R N T I N N Y E N o' S s. S T S ii 38 Irascible 40 Mine yields 41 Trial Post Pressed 48 Abner’s father 50 Music signs 51 Vietnamese capital 52 Exterior 53 Earlier: pref. 55 Serious 57 Curves 59 Conceits 61 Tit for — 62 Santa — 64 Work unit 65 Eye problem 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 “I ■ 11 12 13 14 15 I 16 17 ,3 19 20 21 22 23 24 I 25 26 27 28 29 I _ ■ » 31 32 33 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 r 43 44 “ 46 47 48 ■ 49 50 51 52 53 54 _ ■ S5 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 ■ 63 64 65 66 - ■ 67 68 69 70 71 •Tree-care service helping ^Munich farmer seek penpal ‘By MARK WARNKEN •Staff Writer I A local tree-care service is searches for a local German-writing penpal 'for a Munich farmer who hopes to ^someday visit the Texas Hill Country. *. Martin Zech, a farmer in southern •Germany in his early 40s, first wrote the German consulate in Houston 'June 1990 asking them to put him in ’contact with a penpal who writes and ;speaks German. * The consulate forwarded the letter tto the local German Heritage Society. ’Member Edda Buchner, who lives in Garden Ridge, then gave the letter to Retired Bracken-area farmer Norvin :\Vetz, 69. * But Wetz said health problems Jiave left him unable to write well enough. * “I really would like to be able to write him,” Wetz said. “I tried to get toy son to write him, but he’s just been too busy. !• “lf anybody docs write him, I sure would like to send some information felong to Mr. Zech,” he said. So Wetz latei took the letter to Schwab’s Tree Care, owned by Bruno Schwab. Office Manager Sue Kolath said the office responded to Zech’s letter in August last year. ! “It just so happens that we receive a hionthly magazine called Texas Farmer. So we wrote Mr. Zech back and sent him a copy of the magazine. We told him about New Braunfels and so Jorth, bul we never heard anything back,” Kolath said. Then this summer, Zech sent the hee service a letter in English asking them to send him the addresses of the * Procurement seminar set The New Braunfels Special Projects Department and the Alamo Area Council of Governments will sponsor a seminar to instruct local businesses how to expand operations by selling their products or services to federal or state governments. The seminar will take place at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the New Braunfels Municipal Building. The seminar is the first of the seminars to expand markets for local businesses. The second will address trade opportunities for New Braunfels’ businesses with Mexico and Germany. That seminar will be held at 6 pm.. Tuesday, Oct. I at the Municipal Building, located at 424 S. Casten Ave. For more information call April Goldsmith, special projects director, at (512) 625-3425. CUSTOM HOMES FOR FREE Estimates: Call or come by Bob Barber Homes 783 N. Loop 337 New Braunfels, TX (512)620-4663 or (512)620-6935 cr REMODELINGTask force honored as top project By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer The Alamo Area Narcotics Task Force has received recognition from the office of Gov. Ann Richards as placing in the highest. percentage overall of the 50 grant funded task force projects in the state, said Comal County Sheriff Jack Bremer, executive director of the task force. The AANTF is a multi-agency, multi-jurisdictional drug law enforcement program. The task force is entering its second full year as a grant funded project of the Texas Narcotics New Braunfels and Fredericksburg newspapers so he can continue pursuing a penpal relationship. “Since he heard from us, he’s done some more studying and he absolutely wants to visit the Hill Country,” Kolath said. For interested area residents, the address is: Martin Zechjun. Feldmochingerstr. 400 8000 Munchen 50 Germany Control Program. “The commendable success of this program since its inception is to be recognized and is an excellent example of what a cooperative approach to fighting the proliferation of illicit drugs in our communities can accomplish,” said John Coffel, director of the Texas Narcotics Control Program. “lf everybody else is as happy with the program as I am, I’m sure we’ll apply for the grant again next year,” Bremer said. The program, which pools the law Changing of guard celebrated at armory By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer There was a changing of the guard in New Braunfels Saturday as Lt. Col. William W. “Bill” Goodwin assumed command of the 49th Armored Division, 4th Batallion, 133rd Field Artillery unit of the Texas National Guard. Outgoing Commander Ll. Col. Richard W. Nichols was presented with a plaque by the troops honoring his service in New Braunfels. Nichols served 34 months as commander of the local unit of the National Guard, he said. “You’ve always been known as an outstanding battalion — you’ve done some good things,” said Rcnaldo Sanchez, troop commander of the Texas National Guard. “Good units need good leaders and you’ve been very fortunate to have Ll. Col. Nichols.” Sanchez said that Ll. Col Goodwin would continue the unit’s tradition of excellence and leadership. It was pointed out that during Operation Desert Storm, field artillery played a very important part in neutralizing Iraqi forces. The New Braunfels guard unit was within three days of deployment to Saudi Arabia when the operation ended, he said. “There is always someone junior to you who you’re responsible to to show the way — to show the right way,” Goodwin said. “We will meet these standards and I will help you to achieve. All you have to do is apply yourself.” Goodwin said that for physical training “we will all run together,” and that assistance will be given to troops having trouble with weight control “so no man has to leave for cither one of these reasons.” “I set the standards first and don’t ask anymore of you than that,” he said. “We will continue to be the best battalion in this slate.” The National Guard functions as a backup reserve to the active military and can be called into active service in & System A/C Duct & by* Cleaning & Sterilization For Mold, Dust Mites, Poller INTERIOR ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES Call now for Frat Estimate 629-4161 Safest Custom Upholstery & Draperies as well as custom-made bedspreads & pillow shams at the Seguin Mattress Factory We upholster: Boat sen is. Auto scats Headliners, Sofas, Chairs, Recliners Iii S. 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FIRST LIEN NOTE ANO DEED OF TRUST AND IS TO BE USED FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF PRE-SOLD HOMES. FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: BOB BARBER HOMES 783 N. LOOP 337 NEW BRAUNFELS, TX. 78130 (512)620-4663 •INVESTORS ARE ALSO NEEDED FOR SPECULATED LENDINO TO BUU) UNSOLD HOMES WITH PROFIT SH ARINO INCENTIVES •_ ram for not only Texas communities, but the nation,” Coffel said. “It’s always nice when people get some recognition,” Bremer said. “This is a tribute to Task Force Commander Sumner Bowen and the troops that are out there on the streets everyday.” Bremer added that October is the time of year that marijuana crops are harvested in Mexico and sent to the United States and that the task force will be ready. TREY MARTIN TREE SERVICE •Trimming •Removals •Lot Clearing Free Eettmetes (512)629-9950 Lt. Col. William W. “Bill" Goodwin has assumed command of the 49th Armored Division, 4th Batallion, 133rd Field Artillery unit of the Texas National Guard. times of crisis. 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