New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 21, 1983, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 21, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 21, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Marmaduke Briefly “I don t know where he got it, but it says, Best Cat in Show! " M '-tf!    STACIA IN riMKiff *»•€* »rt>i c*oct<x    that -f 7 7 MT- CSC* T*d wveci^SOuTf OC ovWfcft son Bible school class makes giant banana split CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Mix IOO youngsters, 300 bananas, 1,000 scoops of ice cream, assorted nuts, whipped cream, caramel, butterscotch, chocolate and cherries, and what do you Ret? A 60-foot-long banana split and a big mess. The monumental tee cream concoction was a last-day treat for children who attended Charleston’s First United Methodist Church vacation Bible school, said Naomi Breedlove, church education director. 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Company 9 to 5 Remington St##*# America I Junior Vim Pageant Sov# i 700 Clap Gabriel y Ga br let# ( J" J 30 0 b'»*d4e* B4M04H USA Sport! look Mart to Mart St Elsewhere Sa**ye In the Orient American PieyhouM Freemen Report! Stet Time 24 Morea Reporter 41 107 Hot Spots S#wi VA'S’M tows Tonight Snow Sew! .letter ton! Or Who Sport! Tonight Crossfire Another Life Peke ala ll Candt daw ii: Rad* 1990 Sport! PrOb# Charts'! Anga!! lit# S<gh» with Oft yid Rockford File! Henry Voore Sew anight Barm A Allen Jack Benny Show - 12» Klnney Track A Feta Va#! Sighter* Letterman SIC Saw! Overnight Beretta Sign OM • I Warned Joan My Little Mergie beeped >d* DEAR ABBY: You can imagine my surprise and great joy when I read your column in the Iros Angeles Ti nu s and saw the poem entitled, "The World Is Mine." It was written by my mother, Dot Aaron, some 35 years ago. Through the years we have heard from so many people around the country who have found inspiration from it, as did "Marti" from Aurora, Colo., who sent it to you asking who wrote it It has been a long time since I have seen it in print, and you can’t imagine how deeply touched I am to know that my mother’s words continue to live on. She was a super, multi-talented lady who passed away in 1969 much too young, and with so much more to do. I am newly widowed at age 53 and have recently moved to California from St. Louis. Thank you for printing my mother’s poem It meant so much to me. SUZANNE AARON MATHES DEAR SUZANNE: Aha! Your letter is the conclusive verification I had hoped for. To date I have heard from readers iii nearly every state (and Canada, tool informing me that Dot Aaron had written that lovely poem many years ago. And shame on those few who themselves claimed authorship. DEAR ABBY: I have been doing a lot of reading lately and I just found out that my husband is no bargain (in bed, I mean) We’ve been married ll years, and I never thought I had anything to complain about until I read up on how other men performed. According to some of these sex surveys, my husband is at the bottom of the list, and I feel cheated. I wonder how many other women feel the same? CHEATED IN YPSILANTI DEAR CHEATED:    Don’t    believe everything you read, lf you've never had anything to complain about, you weren’t “cheated. ’’ Sex surveys can be tricky. I suspect that more people lie about their sex lives than the combined total of those who lie about their age and weight. DEAR ABBY: I have this friend an older woman, widowed and living alone who embarrasses me no end w hen we dine out together in a restaurant. Before we leave, she empties the contents of the bread basket into a plastic bag, taking all the remaining bread, rolls, crackers and breadsticks. If there’s a dab of butter left, she has a little container for that, too. She also takes all the little packets of aritifical svveetner. I told her it wasn’t proper to take all that stuff, and slit* said she was told that, ;u-cording to law, once food is placed on the table it can’t Ik* served to anyone else, so she might as well bike it w ith her. Is that true7 EMBARRASSED DEAR EMBARRASSED:    Ask    the waiter, waitress, hostess or restaurant manager what (he policy is with n gaid to what customers nm bike home. CONFIDENTIAL TO ANYONE WHO LOVES TO LAUGH: Get George Burns’ book, " How to Live lo Be IOO —- or More: The I ltimatc Diet, Sex and Exercise Book" (Putnam). It s the perfect gift for someone who could use a lift right now. lf you put off witting letters because you don’t know what to say, send for Ahby’s complete booklet on letter writing. Send $2 and a long, stamped (37 cents), sell-addressed envelope to Abby, Letter Booklet, P.O. Box 38953, Hollywood, ( alif. 90038, Horoscope c00' Q jo Prog Confd Kid! Write! Bleck Beauti Gree> Acre* Andy Griffith Nature of Thing! Alice Major League BateOeM ESPSa Sport lf or urn ESPS Sport iCent## Prog Confd Prog Cont d Wimb*ton Update -OO / 30 Lone Star Be< I Grill Another Chance The Tomorrow People Aga rn it The Otoe All In the Family Valor leagor Baaebaii Cabre Health World Report Everybody I Children Chicago Cai* et Pittsburgh SFL Film* Batt Ever Coechei XETU tove* Of new Mov* Oh God OO 8 S — J Bizarre Joeeph Papp Preaenta Swan Lake V n eaota Atlanta at Houlton Fest Forward Presentation ar 0 2nd Annuel Legendary Pocket Ell .ere Start bay! ti Organ uacion Aft rn 9» Paper Cha ae Aru Vieitt Ste bona - Human Seriality Grift* CounfttWr m ■Ajkua 79# WI World Sportsmen rn ■ El E studio to Lo* Set Seceftsar 4y The Sews On Location Buddy lo: Loving Friend! Sew Oeyrn Eton an Aft Aru V.eiU with Robed TBS Special )g a ,, a Tffwl toturft af Thing! 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You are sytn-pathetic, generous, forthright and straightforward You know your own limitations, but you are continually tempted to try your wings, even when you know you cannot flv You make great demands upon those who work with you. but none tliat you do not also make ujhhi yourself You are willing to work extra hard and extra long to gain your objective but you will do nothing dishonorable even to save yourself from failure Also born on this date are: Kavnioiui Burr, actor; Robert Montgomery. actor, director; Peggy Cass. comedian. To see what is iii store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph I jet your birthday star Im* your daily guide. WEDNESDAY. JUNE 22 GEMINI (May 21-Jum- 20) Take caic not to become impatient with one who cannot work as long or as well as y ou Be understanding, CANCER (June 21- 22) What you took to la- a mere joke turns out today to have l**en prophetic Know your own mind LEO i July 23-Aug 221 Your inclination to follow rather than lead may find you behind your peers at day's end Be confident! VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Seek security iii tinwork you are already committed to.To change johs now may ta* to court failure LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Opinion and good judgement are not necessarily the same latok tonne whose judgement you trust SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 2h You may liave a hard time making up y our mind today Many choices increase your chance of error. SAGITTARIUS iNov. 22-Dec, ZI) Pretense may confuse all involved - including yourself. You would do well to lay your cards on the table. CAPRICORN (tree. 22-Jau 19) Seek for companionship one w I Mise mood matches your own. Otherwise you will know great frustration today. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Keb. IS» All else must come second to the needs of a loved one today. Make no move without consulting an expert PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) — You uught do well to reassess your position cai tile employment scene. Iaiyallies are tested today. ARIES (March 21-April 19) A crafty move on your part inspires an honest effort on the pail of other Together, you and a friend gain much. TAURUS (April 20-May 20> Avoid indecision Make up your mind as early in Hr* day as possible and stick to y our views, come wliat may. Aerobics' 'joy of sweat' extends to White House NEW YORK (AIM Ifs sweaty. Its addicting.    It’s “foudroy ant.” Iii French, that's dazzling I ii bu n ii reds of American cities, in suburban basements and exclusive health clubs, an estimated 6 million Americans strut, skip, stretch And touch their toes, sometimes seven day s a week al considerable expense, to the lR*at of throbbing pop music. until the sweat soaks their T-shirts and their pulse rates soar and they feel the "burn " And then they come back for more Most of Nancy Reagan’s staff does it Former Defense Secretary Harold Brown tried it, but dropped out "Ifs ail addiction a good one, though," says Nancy Mukamat of aerobics after she and two dozen other women had finished punching and dancing their way through a song from the movie “Kinky III” in a church gymnasium on Manhattan's Upper East Side. Ms Mukamal goes up to four times a week to her aerobics dancing class, which is run according to principles established in 1969 by the originator of aerobic dance, a former cheerleader named Jacki Sorensen. Mrs Sorensen was the wife of a B-52 pilot stationed in Puerto Rico when she created an exercise program by combining dancing and the work of Dr. Kenneth loop**!, author of “Aerobu s.” The program was tried at YMI As in New Furniture end Appliance sales ere listed in the Her eld Zeitung densified Section 625 9144 Jersey and spread through tilt1 nation in many forms and under many names Jal* zercise, Dancercise, Dance    A e r o b ic s, Aerobix Joy, Aerobics iii Action, Dance hit ness, h guess iii I einpo, Fitness Fantasia Once a week about IO women from    Mrs. Reagan’s staff leave the East Wing of the Whit** House after work and walk through the corridors in    their leotards to a f if I li-f t«»i»i hallway of ail adjacent federal office building. They work out lo Hie tieat from a record player and come ba k all aked up,” said Dodte Ka/anjtan, Hie first lady s deputy press n retat v. Their leadier is I a.sa I iohloug, whose Saga flub iii Washington’s Georgetown sec tion is frequented by many prominent Washingtonians, iii haling Brown. Ile- < .ad in an inlet\ lew that he bas tried Ms. Holdout',’n winking (nit pi efers swimming. BRONCO’S SATURDAY—OPEN A1 NOON HAPPY HOUR TIII 9 St IM IAI OBI NAI 5 LADU s NIMH I I NI St (IK ITO I \l MI S I Md , • S III SI IAN I ADU SNK .III UNI St I lit 111) I Al »ll S I MUNKS VVI DM SHAI MIXII) DRINKS V CHRISTOPHER REEVE ■ft RICHARD PRYOR St v'SinjES Daily 2:10 7:10 9: Bl Sal A Sun. 2:10 4: Bl 7:1(1 9: It) ^411 NEU SOUNDM CKHRV SfltfO I Mil Kl uhuh BE1 BRAUNTEX I 290 W. San Antonio 0254411 BRAUNTEX 2 "SYCKS!! ,'V x ANTHONY F PERKINS I tally 7;l() 4:|o Sal A Sun 2:10 4:10 7:10 4:10 JI AK. WA IU . RETURN i DAIEY S \ I A HUN. Z OO 7 CMI CF 40    - ? (MI 4 ta 7:00 9 IO *• SLM MKH KH) SHOW KT Kin W KANESHAV 2 (H) PM lint gaol < mii*..ii * \ \ ailaMi al bul ullwr l ick?! al die dour *1 'ai ca    J In 1950. Wilms tumor of the kid nay. usually found in children, had lass than 26 par cant survival two yaars attar treatment The American Cancer Society says that the survival rata now approaches 86 percent. ;

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