New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 26, 1985, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 26, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Hwa\d-Zeitung Tuesday, March 26,1985 3 Dear Abby WalkAmerica due April 14 There may be plenty of sore feet after it’s over, but it will have been for a good cAuse. The annual March of Dimes WalkAmerica will be Sunday, April 14, and locals will walk a 10-mile course to raise funds for the March of Dimes’ fight against birth defect. Lori Allen and Pam Blake, managers of the Stop-N-Go stores on Walnut Avenue and on FM 725, respectively, are co-chairmen for the event. Walkers may obtain sponsor forms from the stores, from Don Jamela’s law office, from Eon Friesenhahn’s law office, and from New Braunfels High and New Braunfels Middle schools. Participants will ask family and friends to sponsor them for the 10-mile walk, and will bring forms and money to the starting point in Landa Park April 14 at 8 a.m. Prizes ranging from T-shirts to AM-FM radios to stereo cassette players, telephones and video cassette recorders will be awarded, depending on the amount of money raised. Refreshments will be provided throughout the walk by Stop-N-Go stores. “We extend an invitation to all citizens of New Braunfels and Canyon Lake to join WalkAmerica and to help the March of Dimes in its fight against birth defects,” Blake said. Calendar of Events Government Planning and Zoning Commission: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, City Hall. New Braunfels USD: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, New Braunfels High School Library. City Council workshop: meeting with mayor of Round Rock, 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Krause’s Cafe. Bond issue workshop:    con cerning upcoming city bond issue, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, City Hall council chambers. Organizations TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly!: 6.30 p.m. Tuesday. laurel Plaza recreation room. Heritage Chorale: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sele HU basement, First Potestant Church. Narcotics Anonymous: 8 p.m. Tuesday, Our Lady of Perpetual Hip Church, 138 W. Austin. Book Review Club: IO a.m. Wednesday, RusseU’s Cafeteria. Rotary Club: noon Wednesday, Eagles Hall. New Braunfels Area Button Club: 1:30 p.m. Wednesday. Eden Home feUowship room. (lf you would like to announce your group's activities in the newspaper, call us at 62$9144 or send us a notice to PO. Drawer 361, New Braunfels. Texas. 78131. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p m. the day before publication. Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 pm. Friday I Crossword ACROSS 1 Leftovers 5 Fictional captain 9 Antilles Indian 14 Column 15 Stow freight 16 lamblike 17 IOO dinars 18 Goddess of discord 19 Javelin 20 Unyielding 22 Illumination 24 Haven 26 Toughen 27 Unfertile 29 Tit tor 30 Dispute 33 the traces 37 large knife 38 leers 39 Up-to-date 40 Temperate 4 I Raucous 42 Watercourse 44 Metric unit 45 North of USA 46 Story 4 7 Badge 49 Swallowed 53 Aircraft instrument 57 Fabric finish 58 Ne ut to Ver -moot 59 Russian name 61 legend 62 Mountaineer s device 63 Wofte 64 Chemical sufti* 65 Horsy sound 66 E npanded 67 Decays DOWN 1 Austere 2 Santa 3 Step 4 unrealistic 5 Porter 6 Damage 7 Farewell 6 Drunkenly 9 Metal collar 10 Profit 11 Wedding item 12 length unit 13 Vegetable 21 links shouts 23 At hand 25 Clear 28 Governing 30 Gar merit PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 31 Olive genus 32 Angier s bait 33 Nut j4 Sikorsky 35 Holmes quest 36 Tenn footballer 37 Hard luck guy 40 Play a uke 42 Produced 43 Wilt 45 Pavement yp CHURCH'S [( FRIED I ^r. CH IC KEH V TODAY’S THOUGHTS! WITH BOB DIETZ Wiiat is beautiful is good, and what is good will soon also be beautiful Life is like a joke good it is what counts is not how long it is. but how Kissing is a means of getting two people so close together that they can't see anything wrong with each other. •    es Why do people try so hard to conceal poverty at the time they are experiencing it and than brag about it so in their memoirs? •    • • The best way to be understood is to be understanding When Your Thoughts Turn To Eating Out Think Of... Church’s Fried Chicken 124 W. San Antonio New Braunfels 125-0491 3 will attend O'Brian seminar 47 leagues 48 Pry 50 Baby grand 51 Disease of rye 52 Transacts 53 Utility company units 54 Reclined 55 Ea-dictator 56 Undercooked 60 Presently Three local high school sophomores — one each from New Braunfels, Canyon and Smithson Valley — have been chosen to represent their schools at the Hugh O’Brian West Texas Leadership Seminar in San Antonio. The three-day seminar will be held April 12-14 at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio. Local representatives are William Matney, New Braunfels; Kenneth D’ Alfonso, Canyon; and Edith Jackson, Smithson Valley. A total of 125 outstanding sophomores from the western district of Texas, which covers an area from El Paso to Waco to Horoscope By Stella Wilder TUESDAY, MARCH 26 Born today, you are aggressive enough to get what you want out of life, sympathetic enough to help others do the same, and independent enough to chart your own memorable course You are a peace lover by nature; yet you have no intention of allowing anyone to deny you your rights and. in fact. will fight for them at the first hint of their being threatened. You have a sharp sense of justice and will work to see it secured by any honest means Fair and generous, you nevertheless will not give up your own success in the interest of another s You find it difficult to submit to rules laid down by others, even though you realize the necessity of government and the wisdom of allowing oneself to be fairly governed Alto born on this date are Leonard Nimoy. actor: A.E. Hous-man. poet, scholar. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27 ARIES (March 21-Apnl 19) -This is one of those days when you seem to see without looking, hear without listening and learn without studying TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -Very little is concealed from you today. Your intuition is exceptionally keen and knowledge doubles and redoubles bv eve GEMINI (May 21-Juno 20) - Brownsville, will participate. The seminar is sponsored by Optimist, Kiwanis and Greater Federation of Women’s Clubs in South and West Texas. The state seminar is modeled after the O’Brian Youth Foundation’s International leadership Seminar. The purpose is to bring together leaders in business and government together with the leaders of tomorrow to explore the topic “America’s Incentive System.” Established 26 years ago by actor Hugh O’Brian, the foundation’s purpose is to seek, recognize and reward leadership potential in high school sophomores. Food every Wednesday in the H*pald-Zeitung Lack of Biking Skills Has Student Spinning His Wheels Your understanding of the nature of another’s    troubles make    you    a friend, indeed, today Offer your solutions CANCER (June 2’' July 22) --Your excellent memory enables you to take steps toward a new phase of your work that others may not even contemplate LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) -- Launching your own enterprise is out of the question    today    Be satisfied    to remain rn the employ of others VIRGO    (Aug.    23-Sept.    22)    - Your quick temper lands you in hot water early in the day Your basically sweet nature gets you out of it bv p rn. LIBRA    (Sept.    23-Oct.    22)    - Impetuous moves early rn the day make progress impossible If you are wise. vou will mask vour anger SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - Luxurious tastes tempt you to purchases you don t really need and can t reallv itford Fight temptation. SAGITTARIUS    (NOV.    22-Dec. 21) - Your instinctive loyalty to friends old and new may cause more than one conflict between you and yourself CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Take care that giving in to caprice. whimsy or fickleness doesn t take you too far off the success track todav. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - Your lack of patience encourages outbursts of temper in others. \ou are vour best. however, at evening PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) - Your own intelligence prompts you to investigate your source before using knowledge gained through it. DEAR ABBY: I am a 21-year-old male college sophomore, reasonably intelligent, with no physical or mental problems—except for the one I’m writing about. I never learned how to ride a bike. When I was growing up I never owned a bike, and I didn’t have the courage to ask any of my friends who had bikes to teach me. I grew up feeling inferior, but the pain of not being able to ride a bike was pushed out of my mind during my teen years when I learned how to drive my father’s car. Now that I’m in college, I really need a bike because I live two miles from school and there’s no bus service near me. Driving a car is out of the question because there’s no place to park. Is there a place where adults are taught to ride a bike? In private, I mean, because at my age I d feel like a fool trying to learn in a park or some other public place where people could see me. Please answer soon. This is eating me up. ASHAMED DEAR ASHAMED: Don’t be so hard on yourself. It’s no crime to be unable to ride a bike. Ask a friend who bikes to teach you on a country road. Or go to a shop where bicycles are sold; the people there will find a teacher for you. They may even suggest training wheels. You can do it. People have learned to ride a bike in their 60s; you’re just a kid. Get going. DEAR ABBY: My ex wife and I are having an ongoing disagree ment concerning our 5-year-old son. (We have joint custody.) She insists on having the boy sleep with her every night that he is in her care. I don’t think it’s healthy for the boy, and I have told her so, but she has one excuse after another. I think she’s using our son as a surrogate lover, or a doll. Well, he is neither a lover nor a doll, and I am worried that if this continues, she may do him some serious harm. What do you think? And how should I handle it? I don't want to upset her as it has taken three years to build a halfway civil relationship CONCERNED KATHER DEAK CONCERNED: Your concerns may be justified, but to avoid upsetting her, make no accusations. Instead, insist that she discuss it with a family counselor, who will undoubtedly agree with you. Your ex-wife will find the counselor's decision easier to accept than yours. DEAR ABBY: Please settle an argument. Is it proper to send a wedding invitation to: I A terminally ill person in a hospital? 2. A senile elderly person in a nursing home? VV. IN NEW YORK DEAK N.V.: No to both. DEAR ABBY: Someone wrote in to say that women whose husbands always drove them around were at a terrible disadvantage should they become widowed without having learned how to drive. He then urged all married men to teach their wives how to drive. I’m all for women learning how to drive, hut I have never met a man who taught his wife to drive who would recommend it to another man. A man can teuch another man’s wife how to drive, but when it comes to teaching his own wife, it s one big fight from beginning to end! I am not smart enough to explain it in technical terms, but there is something about the husband-wife relationship that makes it impossible for the wife to accept criticism or instruction from her own husband. And for some reason, a man has very little patience with his own wife’s mistakes. Newlyweds or old-timers, it makes no difference: If there’s a man alive who ever taught his wife how to drive without a fight, I’d like to know how he did it. BEEN THERE IN FLORIDA DEAR BEEN THERE: Probably by knowing how to disengage his mouth until he put his brain in gear, his patience in overdrive and his temper in reverse. CONFIDENTIAL TO YOU: Easter is nearly here, and if you plan to surprise a small child with a gift such as a live rabbit or a baby chick, please consider this: Living creatures need proper care; so unless you are certain that the rabbit or chick will receive the care it needs to survive, please give a stuffed bird or animal instead. Living creatures are not “toys” to he mauled, abused or neglected. And if you plan to dye your own Easter eggs, please be aware that hard-boiled eggs— especially dyed ones—should not be kept (even under refrigeration) for more than a day. (Problems? What’s hugging you? Unload on Abby. P.O. Ro* 38923, Hollywood, Calif. 900.38. For a personal reply, please enclose a stamped, self-addressed envelope.! The Pool Source Opening April I FREE —v BioGuard mg Computerized Water Analysis FREE pool Seminar Weekly. Chemicals, equipment and repair services available Above Ground POOLS See our demonstrator beside Norain Supply 'Umile oil IH 35 South of New Braunfels 625-2840 ;

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