New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 13, 1983, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 13, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas WeatherLocal temperatures Wednesday’s high of 65 was followed by an overnight low of 34. Today’s high was to be near 70. Tonight’s low will be in the mid-40s and the high Friday in the upper-60s.Lake level Canyon Lake rose Wednesday night to 906.89 feet above sea level, up from the previous day’s reading of 906.87.Texas Sunny days and brisk nights were forecast for most of Texas as unseasonably warm afternoon temperatures were expected to remain the rule through Friday. Light fog formed over the Coastal Bend before dawn today. Otherwise, mostly fair skies were reported across Texas. Pre-dawn temperatures ranged from 23 at Marfa to 51 at McAllen. Winds were generally from the southwest at speeds less than IO mph. Texas forecasts North Texas — Mostly fair through Friday. Turning cooler from the northwest Friday. Highs 67 to 73. Lows 37 to 46. Highs Friday 60 to 70. South Texas — Mostly fair through tonight with considerable fog south central, lower coast and Rio Grande Valley early Friday. Partly cloudy Friday with fog clearing by midday. Highs 68 to 75. Lows 45 southeast and south central to 58 extreme south. Highs Friday 65 to 75. West Texas — Fair and warm through tonight. Partly cloudy and colder Friday. Highs 60s and 70s. Lows 20s and 30s. Highs Friday 50s north to 75 Big Bend valleys. Port Arthur to Port O’Connor — Mostly southwesterly winds 5 to IO knots through tonight becoming southerly IO to 15 knots Friday. Seas 2 to 3 feet. Some fog near the coast tonight and Friday.Horoscope By STELLA WILDER HIURSDAY. JANUARY 13 Born today, you have a complex nature and, thus a complicated, diffieult-to-understand personality. You are often at loggerheads with yourself about basic issues, fin- it is in you to see too clearly all sides and. thus, to be unable to come to permanent decisions or to take irrevocable actions. You make friends easily and keep friends long. Because you en joy and get along with people from many different walks of life, however you may find that, though you have good relationships with them all. tiles cannot like each other. You have extereniely high ideals, but your was to achieveing them may fluctuate depending upon the precise “place*’ you are at any given period of sour life. Unpredictable, you present problems to even your closest associates and demand exceptional patience from all. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find youi birthday and read the corresponding paragraph let your birthday star be your daily guide. FRIDAY. JANUARY 14 CAPRICORN (Dee. 22-Jan. 191 Take the initiative getting a new project off the ground and safely shelving an old one. Becalm AtR'ARIl S (Jan. 20-Feb. IS I The charm you tend to exude during social events may not work well for you in a business meeting! PINCUS (Feb. 19-March 20>    Love and romance may not really be the same thing. Take care not to get caught iii y our own trap today. ARIFS (March 21-April 19) Logic and feeling (nill together to create the success you’ve been hopcing for. Wait tor news patiently! TAI RCS (April 20-May 201 Political learnings may vie with social tendencies for the lion's share of your availability today. Concentrate! GFMINKMay 21 -June 201    The aid you otter one involved in what appears to be a hopeless cause may be all that's needed for success. CANCFR (June 21-July 22> lf you can’t tell the w hole truth, keep silent. A halt truth is no more soul-satisfying than a whole lie! I.FO (July 23-Aug. 22» Surround yourself with whatever makes you feel peaceful This is nut tune to face contradictory issues. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 221 Don’t Im- rushed Give time and energy to helping a cause dear to your heart. Reserve opilions until later I.IRRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 221 You may do well to schedule a session w ith a counselor Attempting to liclpy ourself may intensify problems SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 211 Familiarize yourself with rules and regulations of the new “gallic” you are about to play on the home flout SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 211 Make an effort lo understand the needs of young pocplc facing the w in Id for the first time Be patient MONEY MACHINE THE KERO-SUN" OMNI15* PORTABLE HEATER PUTS OUT A LOT OF HEAT FOR YOUR PENNIES Run the machine that can save you money on your heating bills The Money Machine Kero Suns Omni 15* portable heater—the smallest and lowest priced Kero Sun * heater its 99 9% fuel efficient And costs just pennies per hour to operate So the money you spend on heat returns to you as heat At 8 700 BTU s the compact Omni 15 ■ operates up to 56 hours on 17 gallons of Kerosene use it to neat a living room screened porch den worKshop store or ice fishing house ifs easy to operate smokeless and odorless in operation Safety tested and listed DV Underwriters Laboratories Come in now and see the Omni 15* —The Money Machine it will save you money while you stay warm KERO-SUN HEATERS SAVE YOU MONEY WHILE THEY KEEP YOU WARM KER05UN Af BBiNG COMPOST TO INNIS SPACf Kraft’s Home & Auto 900 San Antonio New Braunfels 625-8585 Jax Machinery House 111 35 South at Solms New Braunfels 625-6964NightlifeMarty's mother upsetting bride Regular exercise beneficial If you want to get maximum benefits from exercise, do it vigorously and regularly. That’s the advice of a heart disease researcher at the Baylor College of Medicine. Josef R. Patsch, M.D., found people who exercise heavily, such has long-distance runners, get rid of fats in their blood at a faster rate than other people. A person with high levels of blood fats, after eating a fat-laden meal, has an increased chance of developing heart disease. Heavy exercise, Patsch said, raises the level of “good”    blood cholesterol, which clears out fats. But it takes time — sometimes up to nine months — before the levels rise. “Exercise should not be used as a medication taken only when you feel you need it. It should be a lifelong habit.” Patsch said. A conditioned individual who returns to exercise after a brief respite can build up good cholesterol levels again in just two months. Putsch’s study also suggests that the standard test for determining blood fat levels should be revised. It requires patients to fast for several hours before samples are taken. But Patsch said a test given after eating a normal meal should be more reliable, since people don’t ordinarily fast. By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: Marty and I are being married in three weeks, and Marty’s mother (Ethel) wants to post an invitation to our wedding and reception on the bulletin board at the school where she works! (She works in the cafeteria.) My parents are paying nearly $4,000 for a catered affair and I’ve told Ethel I need to know the exact number of quests, but she doesn’t seem to understand the position she’s putting me in. My mother has offered to send individual invitations to anyone Ethel considers her close friend, but she refuses to put an invitation on the bulletin board. Now T’m in the middle. Ethel says maybe she won’t come i* she doesn’t get her way. Please help me. Marty thinks his mother is out of line, but he doesn’t want to take sides. UPSET BRIDE DEAR UPSET: Explain to Ethel that yours is a catered affair and you cannot accommodate her by making it a free-for-all. And tell Marty he’d better start standing up to his mother when he thinks she’s wrong, or you’ll be starting down the aisle on the wrong foot. DEAR ABBY: Where on earth did some so-called “men” ever get the idea that they have to “pucker up” like a monkey to kiss a woman? The gentleman I am now dating insists on “puckering up.” I think it’s gross and does not fit into the soft, passionate love scene. I get all set for a tender kiss, and here come these two puckered-up lips, turning me off completely! I will look for your answer in the paper. MONKEY-LOVED IN OHIO DEAR MONKEY-LOVED: Your man is kissing you the way he learned to kiss. However, kissing is a learned activity. And what has been learned can be unlearned, so if you want to swing with this monkey-lover, first tell him, then show him. DEAR ABBY: So you think you’ve heard everything? I got this “invitation” from an out-of-state niece who in the past rarely acknowledged receipt of other special-occasion gifts (Christmas, graduation, etc.): "Dear Aunt Sue and Uncle John. I am being married Nov. 13. I’m sure you would like Mike. ‘‘I am enclosing a list of gifts I have already received, as well as my crystal, silverware and china patterns. “The Hi-Price Store in your area carries these, and any duplicates I get can be exchanged here for whatever I need. “If you are unable to attend the ceremony, you will be in our thoughts. Love, Janie.” Well, Abby, how is that for an “invitation” to a wedding? I’d appreciate your comments. HAD IT IN ARKANSAS DEAR HAD IT: It appears that your presence wouldn't be missed, but your presents would.On area screens Brauntex Theatre, 290 W. San Antonio Trail of the Pink Panther I PG). Show times 7 and 9 p.m. Also Kiss Me Goodbye (PG). Nightly shows at 7:15 and 9:15. Cinema I&II, Walnut Square — Airplane ll (PG). Show times 7:15 and 9:15. Also The Toy (PG), with nightly shows at 7 and 9.In area clubs Bluebonnet Palace, IH 35 South Friday Texas Pride. Saturday: The Nashville Sounds. Bronco’s. Courtyard Shopping Center Saturday: Country Shadows. Crystal Chandelier. Loop 337 Friday John Wesley Ryles & the Wilder Bros Saturday Country Fever. Heidelberg Halle. IH 35 North, west access road Friday, 8-12: Tex-Mex music with Tierra Tejana; also Josefa of Houston. Saturday, 9-1 Western Union. Something Good Restaurant. 283 S. Union Friday and Saturday: Jams Turk on guitar Starting Gate. IH 35 South Friday and Saturday: Ryan’s Express. Texas Dance Hall. U.S. 281 South Friday: Sundown.Saturday: MundoEarwood. Texas Junction, 262 W Jahn Tonight: The Persuaders. Friday: Bubba I Kittrell. Saturday: Johnny Dee & the Rocket 88s. Wagon Wheel, FM 306 at Sattler Saturday 9-1: The Jamie Smith Band Wolfgang’s Keller, 295 E. 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