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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                2A NewBraunfetsHeraMJMliflp October Hencshel Garden Ridge still getting cable TV By DVANNE FRY Staff writer The advent of cable TV in Garden Ridge was delayed by the telephone bat Its said City CouncHmember David Theres been a nasty rumor going around that I want to squelch right Hencshel announced at Wednesday nights council The story was that STAR Cable of Waxahachie had cancelled its franchise contract and walked Hencshel contacted STAR representative Rick and it was news to he In the cable company is scheduled to dig trenches for the laying of cable in Forest ring tho next two BQijbte who works fer the devetepenofPoreot The aew eabdtvtsion will have all un dorgrovwl In otter pans of the cable win be strung above and at tached to existing HmcaM said the recent Southwestern BeO strike put a crimp in since certain adjustments have to be made in the phone lines before the cables can be The work theyre doing for the cable company is one of their lowest Hencshel Council also talked Wednesday about a more nebulous item in Garden Ridges future the City Councils next meeting Mayor Paul Davis has had no official word on the impending sate of LadahawMlllers properties to two San Antonio As tar aa he the deal isnt yet bat whan It the present Hall and the lot Its sitting on will be That wont necessarily mean the council cant continue to use the But the city is going to have to have a permanent meeting place sooner or and Hencshel has been appointed to look into Im not pushing it as much as you might said because Im the only one here who uses this building more than an hour or so a Huncahsl has proposed applying the citys Mldtaf fund to a combination city comusnUy to be used for a variety of Hed be for using vohntaer labor and inkind donations from the community where The city park has boon looked at as a probable building Coun dlmember Bobbie Landrum reported Wed nesday that many dtisens dont like that Theyre Dont put It in the park There is absolutely not enough room in the she Other council members indicated theyd gotten some similar Theres also the possibility of obtaining a readymade Resident Charles Ella told the council last night that a temporary Republic Bank tasMng In Universal Qty was up for and coold be easily moved to a site In Garden Being as how were a municipal and would probably be good for a tat they might be willing to take a lower price or outright gtft it to Ella Youre on the right said who has thought along the same bat wasnt aware of tMs particular It will certainly be looked Councilmember Neil in charge of streets and passed out a copy of the revised city building which the council expects to vote on next Crsigmile said the ordinance wasnt typed up in time to be placed on Wednesdays Carrying a torch Stiff photo by Cindy Kchtnlion Junior Olympic runner Shannon Albrecht carries a torch with paper flames to symbolize the opening of the Reading Olympics at Comal Elementary this Behind her are students who dressed in costumes and carried class banners for the In the students will receive recognition as they read a certain number of Stocks NEW YORK AP Morning stocks High Low Last AMR Corp Alcoa Am Motors Ainer Armcolnc AtlRicMld Beth Steel Boeing Horden Brit Pet Burlngt Ind CaterpTr Celauese Centel Chrysler CocaCola Coleman DowChein duPoni Eaat Kodak ElPaso Co Enserch s Esrnark s Exxon Fireetone FtBcpTex FordMot GTE Corp GnDynam GenlElect s Gen Food Gen Motors Gen Tire Goodrich Goodyear GtAUPac Gulf Oil Gulf Stallt HarteHiik Honeywell HouaUnd uttoriat tot Paper Jeff Pilot JuhiuJn Kmart Lifemark i Litton bid viManville MartMar MercTei Mobil Monunto Motorola Penney JC PhelpaDod PhUlpePet Polaroid ProctGambe PubSNwMx RCA RepBankCp Safeway a SantaFelnd SeariRoeb ShellOU Singer Co Sony Corp SouPaca SwUnCo SwatBkah StdOUCal SldOUInd StdOUOh SunComp Teiaco Inc TesComBn Tessa Inst TeauUU TeiNllraPw TeiUW Timelnc TWCorp Kffi UB 17 at 17 17 XamCfr ft Sex not right for 13yearold Horoscope By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY I am a very mature 13yearold girl in love with a guy who just turned Ill call him I asked my parents if I could go out with and they said right off so Ive been sneaking around to be with we really love each but Brian says he is not a he is a He wants to show me how much he loves me by making love to Im still a but we have come very close to going all the Brian wants me to prove my love by going all the way with but something is holding me He says its not wrong to have sex if you are really in What should I do BRIANS GIRL DEAR GIRL Brian may tell you be is not a he is a but he is so dont let him talk you into or out of That old proveyonrlove line has been around for a very long and its jiut as phony today as it as when your grandmother was a No respectable young man would allow much less encourage a 13yearold girl to sneak around and lie to her I can understand bow your young heart throbs when youre near but its not love its a natural sex which Is nothing to be ashamed But you are too emotionally immature and vulnerable to become sexually Be young and cool it with Brian before yon lose control and find yourself in serious DEAR ABBY Very often you advise your readers to consult your While there is absolutely nothing wrong with this there is something definitely wrong with your Since most major denominations have been or daining women for quite some the proper term is no longer It is either clergyper son or member of the Only when the individuals sex is known should the terms clergywoman or clergyman be Please sign me THE SUSAN JAREK GLJDDEN a a or a member of the clergy but most definitely not a UNITED METHODIST CHURCH DEAR ABBY I identified with the 13yearold girl who was ashamed to invite her friends over because she lived in a You I also grew up in the same kind of Only a year ago did I learn at a class reunion that my friends loved coming to my house because they found it so comfortable and my parents so kind and Many of my former classmates told me their homes were so and their parents so concerned with keeping the house neat and their friends couldnt relax I was actually envied for my parents and the home I thought was a Im sorry I didnt know before my parents WISER NOW IN MAINE Every teenager should know the truth about and how to be Faor Abbys send and a stamped 37 self addressed envelope to Teen Box Artistic Outreach due Saturday Walkins will be welcome at the New Braunfels Art Leagues Artistic an allday workshop set for Saturday at New Braunfels High Experts will conduct introductory workshops in sculp ture and much more all for Artistic Outreach is cosponsored by Adult Community The workshops are open to everyone aged 12 and but most of are limited to 12 or 15 so its a good idea to get there early and sign The first classes will start at 9 Dot Weld will conduct stained glass workshops at noon and 3 Wheel pottery classes will be held at and There will be one session on air at 10 and one on at Claire Smith will teach weaving at 10 and 1 and 3 Betty Muries and Noni Rosenfeld will do clay sculpture at 9 noon and Photography held at and will be taught by Oil painting by the brush method will be demon strated at 1 and 3 There will also be two sessions on palette knife at 9 and 11 Joan Baker will teach water color at 9 and Pastel workshops will be conducted at 9 and and Drawing classes are set for 9 and 1 Patti Smithers Johnny Kolacek will demon strate silkscreening at 9 and Weather Local temperatures Thursdays high was 89 and the overnight low was Highs today and Saturday will be in the upper80s and tonights low near Lake level Canyon Lake dropped overnight from feet to feet above sea Calendar of Events Organizations Ceasal Couaty Spertsmea fish to I at hall on Kowald Tickets for for New Brauafels School ExStudeats 6 Schwamkrugs Steak House XI PI Delta Chapter Beta Sigma Phi garage I to 4 Courtyard Shopping Aaanal Irto Rhiseau Sale to 4 New Braunfels Main Teea Csasisrtlsa rummage i to S MM San Antonio DRAPERIES SCREAMING FOR CLEANING Texas A heavy thunderstorm rumbled through Hamilton in North Central Texas early knocking out power and producing golf ballsize Showers and thunderstorms were scattered across the rest of the state after developing north of a weak warm front that stretched from Houston to Visibility was reduced to less than a quarter of a mile in Amarillo as a dense fog blanketed areas of the The rest of North Texas and South Central Texas had mostly cloudy Fair to partly cloudy skies prevailed EYE By Henry Hull VISION AND SPORTS Is it necessary to have vision to be a good vision only means that you can see an object clearly from a distance ol 20 teet A good athlete needs many otter visual skMli at including cleat near dsplh speed of recognition how tast the visual image is processed by the quick visual reaction and good peripheral side vision A recent study ol athletes and sports officials has shown that many whose distance vision is clear are deficient in the other visual skills may of these skills can be developed Some outstanding athletes have done so 0 Will wearing glasses interfere with playing baseball and tennis A If you tee clearly with your glasses and are comfortable with they should not inhibit your sports activities as a satety make sure thai the lenses are cratenrtsiilanl piaibc or impactrMitlant in case you accidanlly gel hri m the eye by a stray ball Many athletes prefer wearing contact lenses They dont steam up in hot slip down your or feel heavy Contact lenses often provide even clearer vision thai eyeglasses Mere to no there is nothing to interfere wrth peripheral tide Consider one of the new types sporti goggles tor extra protection if you wear contacts or 149 t at e by thaw BY STELLA WILDER OCTOBER 7 Born you often appear more frivolous than you are and as a gain an underdeserved reutation for being flighty at casual at In you are a hard both dedicated to and concentrated on your You often take on projects just outside your capabilities at the moment in the process of successfully completing do a great deal of emotional and spiritual You are not afraid of challenges you are happiest when in the throes of meeting Though in no way you are cetainly What you dont you have no doubt you can You always make a conscious effort to get along with colleagues and whether the involvement be serious work or lighthearted Also born on this date are June actress Alfred actor James Whitcomb To see what is in store for you find your birthday and read the corresponding Let your birthday star be your daily OCTOBER 8 LIBRA 22 Charm wil get you through the but it will take some hard work to get you through and SCORPIO 21 Disregard the dark clouds of the moment and make your plans ac cording to the bright future you SAGITTARIUS 21 So long as you are a dependable cog in a wheel successfully going you can feel good CAPRICORN 19 Chances of running into an old friend willing to help you at this time are only Dont count on AQUARIUS 18 Take care not to allow even a hint of emotional instability to Hold back tears in most PISCES 19March 20 Spontaneous af fections give you away You may pretend but you wont be ARIES March 21April 19 The wrong com panion could lead to the wrong approach to old difficulties in the near Protect TAURUS April 20May 20 Study the facts and figures and you should be convinced of your own Choose sides in GEMINI May 21June 20 Powers of con centration may fade just as you need them most Cultivate CANCER June 21July 22 Enjoy the company of the young Toss aside any suggestion that you are too advanced for LEO July 22 An interest in the occult may lead you into a yet discovery Share it in VIRGO 22 Mend a few personal fences today before asking others for the support you Material benefits TEXAS C 6251500 HvraldZtituns Taylor DSPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 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