New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 20, 1987, Page 9

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February 20, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas EntertainmentFinal performances Dear Abby Friend Mourning Beloved Pet Will Welcome Simple Sympathy LESLIE: KR IF WALOT/Stalf PhotOfrapfctr Roberta Elliott and Jim Schmidt play star crossed lovers in Circle Arts Theatre's production of "And a Nightingale Sang." The humorous and poignant portrait of an /English family during World War ll will have its final performances tonight and tomorrow night, beginning at 8 15 p rn Tickets and reservations are available at Krause Books, 625 0251 DEAR ABBY: I have a friend whose dog is sick and growing feeble, and will soon have to be put to sleep. He has had the do# for Id years and is very attached to her. When his pet dies, what expression of my sympathy would be appropriate? This truly concerns me. I want to show my friend how much I care about his loss, hut I don’t want to come across as foolish or overreacting. HIS FRIEND OK MANY YEARS DEAR FRIEND: One who must put a beloved pet to sleep after 13 years of togetherness will grieve for that pet much as a parent would mourn the loss of a child. Not to diminish the depth of human relationships, but that’s the feeling many pet owners have experienced. So do send flowers or a warm letter of condolence. It will be deeply appreciated, I assure you. DEAR ABBY My husband of 41 years died last summer, so in order to avoid receiving Christmas cards addressed to Edith Johnson, which I detest, I sent my Christmas cards out early and clearly wrote my return address as Mrs Horace A Johnson ” Well, some insisted on addressing their Christmas cards to Edith Johnson I was so angry that I drew a line through the ‘ Edith and above it wrote “Mrs Horace A and returned it to the senders, explain mg that although I had lost rnv husband, his name was given - not loaned — to me. A neighbor insists that a new etiquette has taken over, and a widow s mail should lie addressed t . her by her given name MRS HORACE A JOHNSON DEAR MRS. .JOHNSON: Your neighbor is in error It’s the woman’s choice. She may ascher first name*, the- initial of hc*r maiden name and her husband’s last name* — or, as your pre-fe-r, she can fie* addressed as Mrs. Horace A. Johnson I hat nam* is yours until you change- it by remarriage*. And if you n*-v*-r remarry, you regain sour husband’s name* forever. DEAR ABBY I he* pastor 4 church (Olivet Baptist! -aid tho* you had be*en married thre e- time s I see nothing wrong with div*>r<* I like your column, and hi^ remarks will not stop me- from re ading it I don’t belie ve you ve bee n mar ried thre-e- times and would appn*< Filmmaker looks at family deterioration By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS As writer of “Taxi Driver ’ “Rag ing Bull” and “The Mosquito ( oast and director-writer of “Blue Collar ’’Hardcore’’ and “American Gigolo.” Paul Schrader has taken a corrosive view of contemporary life with special attention to the deterioration of the American (ami ly He is back in the same territory with “Light of Day ” Schrader's story concerns the Rasnick family of Cleveland Joe (Michael J Fox) works in a factory by day. plays guitar in rock bars at night Also in the band is his sister Patti (Joan Jett); he shares a house* with her and her young, fatherless son Patti’s wild ways have alienated her domineering, God fearing mother (Gena Rowlands), whose husband (Jason Miller* remains complacently neutral Patti and Joe seek escape from their squalid lives She tries a bit of burglary, and when she fails Joe dutifully rescues her Next they at Crossword tempt to break into the rock bigtime, but that fails too The family is splintered but the mother's fatal illness draws them back together Interwoven in the family saga is the theme that rock music constitute^ redemption for the younger generation This is expressed by both Bath and .Joe unconvincingly, since the music they play lacks the buoyant vitality of rock at its best Light of Day flounders because of Schrader s simplistic symbolism the rebellious children the unbearing mother the lifeless father The storv limps from one predictable scene to the next Even revelation of the father of Patti s child comes as no surprise Joan Jett, lead singer of the Runaways and more recently the Blackheart makes her film debut in the demanding role of Patti She is more than convincing onstage, but the script requires her to be continually sullen Michael J Fox plays straight this time out and he proves ACROSS 1 UK resort 5 Social group 10 Copycats 14 Repetition 15 Quieten 16 Goiters word 17 Expanded 18 Pandemonium 19 Clutch 20 Help' 21 Antiquity 22 Glows 24 Filaments 26 Tribunal 27 Declared 29 Pre-eminent 32 Depress 33 Shin* 34 Evergreen 35 Beclouds 36 Hubs 37 Mrs Shakespeare 38 French coin of yore 39 Fakes 40 Chokes 41 Deliverers 43 Outbursts 44 Tire part 45 Loud noise 46 Absorb 48 Glass den. 49 Curler s hat 52 Rivers Sp 53 Next to France 55 Exhalation 56 Tangle 57 High-minded 58 Flower 59 DC or Oft aw * VIPS 60 Rapacity 6 1 I merrier! 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ON Vs I [A ‘s r C E I [stew 13 Arranges 21 Pillar 23 Tints 25 Affrights 26 Ciphers 27 Wood 28 Alto or bass 29 Companies 30 Burn 31 Loc** of hair 33 Amass 36 Chicanery 37 Winging 39 Takes to court 40 Sheathed 42 Aretes 43 Censured 45 Beauty 46 Exasperates 47 Expos or Angels 48 Infant 50 n the thick of 51 Botcher 1 54 Pinnacle 55 Exclamation of disgust a capable actor, although in a subservient role Gena Rowlands exercises her considerable talent to lend dimension to a two-dimensional role Michael McKean registers strongly as a member of the Ba rousters band Schrader first wrote the script as “Made in the U S A ” and sent it to Bruce Springsteen Nothing happened. except that Springsteen borrowed the title In return, he contributed a new song. “Just Around the Corner Is the Light of Day.” which Jett sings over the end titles Produced by Rob Cohen and Keith Barish, the Tri-Star release is rated PG-13. mostly for language Running time 107 minutes Motion Picture Association of America rating definitions: Rooney witty in Word for Word Word for Word Andrew A Rooney Putnam 287 Pages 116 95 Andy Rooney has a plan to prevent war: broadcast live debates from Congress and feed them by satellite into Russia “No Russian soldier watching what happens on the floor of the House of Representatives or in the Senate would take this country seriously.” he explains in one of the ISO essays included in Word for Word, a collection of his best recent newspaper columns. Humorist Rooney, whose commentaries on American life have garnered several awards, displays the wit and wisdom of a latter-day Will Rogers Some of his fans would like to see him run for president lf so. he already has indicated in his columns and on television s “60 Minutes” what his platform might be He suggests —The post office should “start charging a nickel a stamp for a personal letter and five dollars for a slang) on any place of mail that contains advertising the recipient didn’t want” —When there are more than five people in any line, “it would be mandatory for the airline, the bank or the checkout counter at the supermarket to open a new counter or window If anyone had to wait in line more than six minutes for anything that person would get it free.” Like three previous Rooney anthologies. this one appears to be a sure-fire bast seller G General audiences All ages admitted PG Parental guidance sug gested Some material may not Unsuitable for children PG-13 — Special parental guidance strongly suggested for children under 13 Some material may be in appropriate for young children R — Restricted Under 17 requires accompanying parent or adult guar dian X No one under 17 admitter! 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DLAR ABBY: I am writing in response to the letter .signed ‘‘Grieving in Gulfport, Miss ” She spoke of her younger sister dying of cancer d u«- In * igarettes. I t«*«». have lost a loved one to cigarettes Mv husband died of * .incur two months ago. Over the \ < -ars »h of our kids asked their father to quit smoking many times I re ail one saying, after seeing a film at school Dad. if you saw what w«- saw today, you’d never -moke again lh hdn t see his youngest dough u-r graduate from college. He will never have the privilege of walking her down the aisle on her wedding day. lh* will never se* his grand children He will never t h with h friends again or go to church with his family or hold mc clos* and sa “I love you This family will never he* th* same again We had a rich full I if* together But it ended to*, soon Yoe if writing this letter will mak* a fc* people throw away their * .gar* licit will h*- worth it DOKO! 11 \ .MORI MINNETONKA MINN (Th g«-i Abby’* booklet. “How t* Writ*- Letter- for All Occasions, sen-a check or money order for $2.50 an't a bing. stamped Cia rents,, self-ad dressed envelope tx* Pear Abby, Letter Booklct. IMI Box IIT. Mount Worn- Ill. bi or* I.) SHAUNTE^ TWIN Outrageous ALL SEATS ON MONDAYS 4 TUESDAYS C OO AFTERNOON MATINEE BARGAIN PRICE S2 Come    around fie THE SHANTY ^* i HUR, gll/e C Oi/«l + ry~ Jti-trr, 7“ CD I TD * n rn I. 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