New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 20, 1987, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 20, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Entertainment Friday, March 20,1987HcrekS-Zaftunff, New Braunfels, Texas 7A CrosswordLadd plays drug-addicted nurse ACROSS 1 Seaweed 5 Queen s horse race 10 Went quickly 14 Caucasian language 15 Male title 16 N Z tree 17 Venice beach 18 Food lover 19 Church area 20 High priest 21 Goddess 22 Springs up 24 Wear 26 Grunt 27 Reno room 29 TV program 32 Pineapple 33 Unites 34 Time ' da, 35 Trim 36 Cheaply made 37 Water . at 38 Charge 39 I mer tem 40 Oar 4 I Footwear 43 Sm i ;>    ,, 44 Resting places 45 Canadian Indians 46 Valse 48 Fish 49 Bitumen 52 Passion 53 Noisome 55 Floor piece 56 Anent 5 7 Ewelike 58 Golf dub 69 States 60 I ess common 61 Wise about DOWN 1 Cabbage . M teed 3 Distaff adjunct 4 Expert PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED G A S H ■ E N D 0( R ■ M o, s' T A ’n' T J I n’ a’ O’ m' •I I O’ v' e' r' S J' A .G Dj I ’ L* a’ P I D* a’ t' E P a' H TI ■ tel o‘ Nj ■ !□: e' L a’ Y |r (I. 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E ’b' ■ |a; V 'e ‘ I E Eji I1 R i ’n’ ■ S [le 'n' M *E ’ T ■ ’a m] ■ E P E ’n Y R V F ’n i ■ [s T ’ I ‘ 'n 'g s' I I y E rn r ’a ’ i' R P A c I r ’r ■ IL ' I ’ N c H 0 'n * T 'r A c V *0 R I It 'o 'r ’a' N ' T ■ I' ’ I 'e V ’e I r ‘r A *s* P *E E R I IA ‘d D E ’d I Id ‘a 'm > LOS ANGELES (AP) Cheryl Ladd says she wasn't aware nurses had such a high rate of drug abuse until she started work on the CBS movie Deadly ('are " The two hour movie, which will be telecast Sun day tells of a critical care nurse whose abuse of prescription drugs and alcohol causes her to make a near fatal error in treating a patient it s like police departments They protect their own, said Ladd ‘ They don’t confront each other and tend to sweep things under the rug Sick nurses and sick doctors are not something you usually hear about A person who deals with other people s illnesses tends not to face his own frailties Health care professionals abuse narcotics at a rate 40 times greater than the general public, ac cording to published reports The statistic is at tributed in part to the ready availability of drugs Ladd stars as Anne Halloran. a nurse in a Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit. who is fore ed to seek help in dealing with her abuse of drugs and alcohol The character is based on a real nurse who helped set up a rehabilitation center for nurses and was instrumental in getting legislation passed that permits nurses who conquer their ad diction to keep their licenses Jennifer Salt and Jason Miller also star in the movie written bv Lane Slate and directed bv David Anspaugh It was produced by Wendy Riche Paula nudnick and Jon Epstein Ladd talked to the nurse whose story is told in the movie and to a doctor who treats addicted nurses The nurse s name was changed for the movie ‘This is set in the 1960s when Valium was prescribed like candy said Ladd If you had a problem take a Valium Doctors didn t know how dangerous or addictive it could be Drugs were left all over hospitals She was taking no milligrams a day of Valium and Percodan and other drugs She built up a tolerance beltway St.»qe gr Veal s fi r ootpaff Embryo Stripes 40 Abandon 42 Sticks 43 NYSF member 45 Crepe de 46 Pronoun •1 7 Rockfish 48 Ado SO Thanks Author might aswell be honest with readers ll Might As We// Be Spring Bv Margaret Whiting & Will Holt Mer row 367 Pages $18 95 Margaret Whiting girl singer daughter of pop song composer Richard Whiting abo\e all is up front in her autobiography It Might cis Well Be Spring On Page 2. she says the man she has been living with for the past nine years is younger than she People who already knew that can quit waiting for the revelation' and get on with the book Those who didn t know it can get on with the book too There'll be no coy or built-up disclosures She comes across as levelheaded independent and strong Her reia Gunships with her mother, father and daughter weren't always in perfect balance But there's one thing about w hich a reader becomes increasingly sure This either iv »*xac?Iy the way thingv happened or the way Margaret Whiting honesty thought the\ were 'Charmings'on ABC Lone Star Theatres NEW 5 t IRK AP Christopher Rich might have a problem on his hands he is in two midseason replacement series and either or neither could tie picked up for the fall Rich makes his debut Friday av Prince Charming in ABC s “The Charmings in which the fairs tale family iv transported via bad spell to prevent day suburbia He also has a supporting role in suit! Surrender an \Bc sitcom that premieres in \pril Dana Delanev ami Mark Blum 'tar av a young couple trying to cope with parenthood Rich plays Blum s tn*si friend I really don t know what will hap pen Rich said in a telephone inter \ tew from his home in Los Angeles He va ii I his contract with the \B< show could preclude him from work mg on the \ Bi varies but both are prodded bv Embassy television and the production company might convince the networks to let him do t**th for the publicity v alue However instead of working or: two sitcoms Rich could easily ge‘ left with none NB< has more hits on the air than the other two networks as well as more shows in production so it s tough for a new series to merit a spot in the NB» lineup ABC meanwhile is in last place and few of its series get very high ratings The Charmings i> a cute silly show Picture snow W hue boogev mg in the kitchen to Madonna s Material Girl But its premise is ridiculous The situation is -lmilar to that of another    high concept    corned)    the long since canceled Bosom Buddies its some Like It Hot premise had Tom Hanks and Peter scolari dressing uke women But the producers virtually    dropped    the premise    eventually    because    the chemistry between the two actors carried the show Rich ha' the something of the ap pern of    a Hanks    with his    all \n,*-ricar. good looks and graceful comic timing He lit up the pilot of sweet surrender His costar on The Charmings is tim O Heanev as Snow White Walnut 6 New Braunfels 629-6400 Cinema 5 San Marcos 353-3555 Sir put#h 7 OO ? 20 VV rrkHa.% « 40 7 OO <* 2u Sat 4 Sun 2 20 * *0 7 OO I 20 PLAT#** W rakdav* « 40 7 OO <» 20 Sal A Sun I OO 3 OO S OO 7 OO I OO RADIO DAYS * * . 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