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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas September 1987 Page 3A Crossword Scouts take to road to bring program to all ACROSS 1 Additionally 5 Card game 9 Actuate 14 Rustic 15 legwear 16 Devotion 17 19 Greek letter 20 Possessive 21 Beverage 23 Per 24 Clear 26 Principles 28 Electees 29 Pressures 32 Malevolence 35 Elmos Fire 36 Nexl to Mo 37 Clothing fabric 38 Anas 39 North or South 40 Ambition 41 Safe place 42 Diminished 43 Forebodings 45 Write 46 Dissuade 47 Best in history 51 Speed 53 Closed 55 Go to pot 56 Subside 58 Metalworker 60 Russian czar 61 Fellow 62 Italian town 63 Unforgiving 64 Hungarian premier 65 US missile DOWN 1 Hilo hail 2 Runs easily 3 Above 4 Siouan 5 Congame participants 6 Thoroughgoing 7 Employer 8 Army crime 9 Downtrend 10 Occupations 11 Ingress 12 Vaticans surroundings 13 Conveyance 18 Play part 22 Vaudeville acts 25 Be a dupe 27 Permit 29 Clearances 30 She 31 Alaskan vehicle 32 Punish 33 Poker hand 34 Instant PfttVKHIS PUttLt tOLVtO Scouts geared to young men ages 14 to there are six Varsity Scouts chartered to the New Braunfels Episcopal but Rowe said new members are always welcome to The mobile cub day camp was an experience for the Scouts as well as the River Gardens residents because the Scouts were able to exchange ideas and relay some of their Scouting skills and commitment to Rowe 35 Ruler 38 Wise ones 39 suit 41 Derby 42 Joints 44 Dog 45 Opulence 47 Forth 48 Some Celts 49 Slogan 50 Anesthetic 51 Spaces 52 Countenance 54 Region 57 Ending for east or west 59 Trysled Joe a paraprofessional River Gardens BY TRAVIS POLING Staff Writer Scouter with the Alamo Area talks to some Dear Abby every day in the A pioneering experimental pro gram has been initiated at Kiver Gardens or mentally retarded and handicapped citizens of the com The Mobile Cub Day Camp is now in its first year on a trial basis to br ing the Scouting program to those who otherwise could not participate River a residential facili ty for mentally retarded was chosen to try the program on its first run here in the Alamo Area Council of the Boy Scouts The program consisted of two weeks of bports and For two and a half hours a day three days a residents participated in fnsbee other and chili made the Scouting in a dutch oven The Alamo Area Council which serves San Antonio and the surroun ding area including new is one of the few Boy Scout councils in the state to offer services for the han A van donated to the council is housing the equipment used in the day The idea was to equip a mobile unit that can go anywhere in the councils jurisdiction on a tem porary basis to serve those who have trouble with transportation to tradi tional Scout camping Tom Scoutmaster the River Gardens troop and team coach of the newly formed Varsity Scout program in New said the goal of the program is to provide a summer camptype program for every resident 1H of them regardless of his or her handicap Howe said because some oi the residents are rarely able to leave the the camp was brought to them Howe was assisted by his team of a oi the Bov Young college couple judges married life STATION AlFor the couple to enroll at Texas AiM CmverMty taking notes all da and then heading out to work in the afternoon is not tinusual path to wetlileil bliss Hut 1H and his 17 year old GtiHith he new routine iworkingnul jut line we dun t see amuch of each oilier as we want to because of working and going to school all the but because we work so haul the tune we have together is so Mrs Griffith Its a matter of making quality lime instead of quantity time And time is of the essence for this young couple who lake their studies quite seriously Griffith i entering his junior year as a inechaim a engineer ing major with plans lo pursue an MBA while Mrs Griffith her sophomore year nni jormg in business University officials say the Griffiths are the youngest married students ever known to enroll at Texas The pair exchanged vows last March in Killeen amid shock responses from lamily and but they ay heir wedding plans were thought through thoroughly Our Classified Ads Work Wonders LADIES SHORTS POPLIN PANT with D RING Perfect for any Turquoise reg FULL POPLIN SKIRTS Beautiful poplin skirts of in solid to SO99 9 FOLDING STOOL I707 Landa LACE TRIM BLOUSE By Pink SA99 9 DRESSES Assortment including to 34 Jacob Schmidt Co
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