New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 25, 1985, Page 20

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 25, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 25, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 8B New Braunfels Herald-Ze/fi/ny Thursday, July 25,1985 Crossword ACROSS 1 Containers 6 Monks 10 Hindu god 14 Key 15 — Lomond 16 Radio tubet suff 1 7 for music 18 Assortment 19 European 20 Increase 22 Professor 24 Funk 26 Pokiest 27 Servile one 31 Hideout 32 Spur part 33 Interim) ed 35 Enactment 38 Profess 39 Eyeshade 40 Zip, e g 41 Cradle 42 Balloter 43 Noble 44 Egg on 45 Most harsh 47 RCMP garb 51 Fodder pit 52 Signer-upper 54 Persecute 58 Standout 59 Quechuan 61 Fouler 62 Binding 63 Unravel 64 Growing out 65 Malamute s tow 66 Authentic 67 "— Macabre" DOWN 1 Roman roads 2 Kin of ain't 3 To shelter 4 Surmount 5 Bakery item 6 Mr Ziegfeld 7 Character 8 Nitric and nitrous 9 Body part 10 Early in the day 11 Furnace part 12 Taboo jokes 13 Immobile 21 Eur. country 23 Univ gal 25 Overhaul 27 Snatch 28 Meander 29 Due 30 Ploys 34 Ulcers 35 Superstition 36 Furors PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED s A M E I S T A M P ■ E L L A L A R I C U R I e| Ie R I E F A I B A N K S A L A S K A E N D I O R E S S O R T E D Y E S F 0 O T L A C K E D F L u S H I N G E T H E R C R A p E D 0 R Iv O I DK B R I G s B E N E IE N EH T R E E S P E A C E ta E F E R E E S V A R L E T D I A I ■ P E N N iS T R I C T C A N S S O S ta H I T E H 0 R S E Y U K 0 N A U T 0 I Ie R A s E S I Z E Iv. S E R I [s 0 B E R [a T E E 37 Departed 39 Singer 40 North or South — 42 Stringed instrument 43 Dear 44 Made a PAT 46 Animation 47 Takes a breather 48 Inner 49 Curtain 50 Purport 53 Unbleached 55 Vigor 56 Movie lots 57 Evergreen 60 Goddess of discordDear Abby Eager Organ Donor Doesn’t Want to Take It With Him DEAR ABBY: I am a healthy 27-year-old male and have carried an organ donor card since I was 16. However, it seems a shame that I must die before my kidneys can help someone. With so many people desperate for a kidney, why can’t a living person donate one to a stranger? I would be happy to give one of my kidneys to help a person lead a normal life. Do you know of anyone who would consider a gift of life from the living? ANONYMOUS IN WISCONSIN DEAR ANONYMOUS: I contacted the National Kidney Foundation and was advised that the success rate of kidney transplants from unrelated donors is no higher than the transplants donated at death. On the other hand, living donors put themselves at a small but potential risk should they lose the function of their remaining kidney through accident or illness. For this reason they do not encourage unrelated, living kidney donations. Bless you for your exceptional generosity. Individuals wishing to become organ donors upon death can indicate their willingness to do so on their driver’s licenses or call or write their local National Kidney Foundation affiliate, or National Kidney Foundation Inc., 2 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016, for a Uniform Organ Donor Card. DEAR ABBY: I ve been going with this man for a year and a half. He’s HI and I’m 58. His wife has been dead for two and a half years and my husband died nine years ago. He rarely takes me anyplace where we will bump into people he knows, and if he does meet someone he knows when I’m with him, he is very slow to introduce me. He just leaves me standing there. Once he tried to pass me off as a “cousin.” I like him mote than I should, but I don’t like the way he treats me. I am a neat, clean person and I have good manners, but he acts like he’s ashamed to be seen with me. I would like a future with this man, but he won’t commit himself. His idea of a nice evening is for him to bring the fixings to my place and have me make supper for him. Then he likes to “play house,” which is the only time he says he loves me. When we first met he told me we would be “together” one day. But when? How can I get a commitment out of this man? GETTING NOWHERE IN IOWA DEAR GETTING NOWHERE: You can’t. Maybe he intends for you to be ’’together” in heaven. Tell him you can’t wait that long, and give him a deadline. (Every teen-ager should know the truth about sex, drugs and how to be happy. For Abby'* booklet, send your name and address clearly printed with a check or money order for $2.50 and a long, stamped (39 cents) self-addressed envelope to: Dear Abby, Teen Booklet. P.O. Box 3892$, Hollywood, ('alif. 90038.) Bestsellers FICTION 1. Skeleton Crew, Stephen King 2. The Hunt for Red October. Tom Clancy 3. The Fourth Deadly Sin, lawrence Sanders 4. Jubal Sacked, Louis L’Amour 5. The Cider House Rules. John Irving 6. Footfall, Niven and Pournelle 7. Lonesome Dove, I^arry McMurtry 8. lf Tomorrow Comes. Sidney Horoscope By Stella Wilder THURSDAY, JULY 25 Born today, you possess a great sense of resonsibility, both to yourself and your heritage. All of what you do is calculated to make great personal strides, as well as strengthen the perhaps already remarkable reputation of your family and forerunners. Despite this nobility, however, you are made up of your share of human vices; you are stubborn, willful and have been known to be not just a little petty — especially when it comes to the faults of others. You do know what you want, though, and you are more than willing to accept the hard work essential to the gaining of it — despite the laziness that rears its ugly head from time to time! You shall find success in life — financial, spiritual and romantic. Also born on this date are David Belasco, theatrical producer: Queen Elizabeth of the Belgians. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. Let your birthday star be your daily guide. FRIDAY. JULY 26 LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Focus on what you want today Do not let minor annoyances distract you from the course vou wish to take VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) -Today is a day for money matters Choose investments wisely — you do not want today s purchases to haunt vou tomorrow LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) - Declarations and proclamations are fine and may be necessary, but they certainly do not get things done. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov«.21) - As you venture into conservative circles, submerge quirky behavior — but be careful not to extinguish it forever! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) - Work on style, delivery today. A barren approach will yield dry, unflavorful fruit. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Be patient, but not overly permissive today or you will find coming impositions rather too much to bear AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - Do not let others wear away at your self-esteem today. Be aware of your strengths, but do not flaunt them. PISCES (Fab. 19-March 20) -Do not be anti-social today; you may be forsaking golden opportunities for gain, enjoyment. ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19) -True, practice makes perfect, but you must be aware of that for which you are striving! TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -Past encounter with stranger may come to be understood today. Be careful not to read too much into situation. GEMINI (May 21-Juna 20) -Today should prove to be a good beginning Clues come your way in the form of hearsay, rumor CANCER (Juno 21-July 22) -It s not all that complicated' Take a walk, clear your head, you will find truth in simplicity Sheldon 9. Inside, Outside Herman Wouk 10. Thinner, Richard Bachman NONFICTION 1. Yeager An Autobiography, Yeager and Janus 2. lacocca. I>ee Iacocca 3. Dr Berger's Immune Power Diet, Stuart Berger, M I) 4. Smart Women, Foolish Choices, Cowan and Kinder 5. A Passion for Excellence, Peters and Austin 6 Martina. Navratilova and Vecsey 7. 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