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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 12, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas March 1991 Television log IMI Tvuiwuinc IVIfMlwn the Grthim the Heat of the iT fnl the UN Cheers I Natl in IPobre Diabla Icarne Nadie Catenas del ArinM Meet a II Miller Trek Mason CD She Tuesday Night O King Evening ISports Update K Nature X the Same Song Remilnt ED Law and Order and Hit Rhrer OS of Eaglet Flying Captains ol the Cloudt ID Nothing Dodd 9 Downey Vital Downey Vital ED Barefoot In Die Park Hamburger Hill Wlni Blue a Mindy Mork Mindy Smart I of SNL Hitchcock Green Gillis Patty 3 Sons at Hawks Bulim Hour of the Gun O Annual Music Song Parade o Cup Target a Staying Together When 1 Sailor Who Fell Wildest a Liaisons Cannons Eaay Wheels Kids 02 Lady From Shanghai All Silk Now O Golf Inamori Classic T Womens College Gymnastics o Great Man Votea What Price Hollywood Too Many Girls 1940 MOV Great Man Graham Above the Law and Boss I Davis the Hunter O the Heat of the Costas 0 Blue Knight Trek Dellbenli Stringer PI 2 ol 2 Lawmakers using war to defend bases in area 5 Horoscope By Stella Wilder Born you are an intensely creative and energetic but you are often far too hard on yourself for own and your pursuit of per fection is something that can be just as damaging to you mentally and emotionally as it is You are sure to go through periods of in tense personal but if you re main strong you will be even better for these phases when you pass out of them as those who know you will assure There is a part of you which actual ly thrives on which is in a sense fueled by unfortunate circum This is which you should take pains to under stand fully before it does you more harm than You enjoy but you are also traditional in your Also born on this date are Ed ward playwright Liza Min and entertain er James singer To see what is in store for you to find your birthday and read the corresponding Let your birthday star be your daily MARCH 13 PISCES 19March 20 You should be able to capitalize from the element of surprise early in the day but later on your plans will be ARIES March 21April 19 It is best for you today if you mount a head on assault on your personal Dont wait any longer TAURUS April 20May 20 You may feel it is necessary to dedicate your efforts to someone or something besides yourself and mere GEMINI May 21June 20 There are certain preliminaries you must tend to today before making a real Be sure your preparations are CANCER June 21July 22 Dont let the expectations of others shape your own thoughts You must remain free of any kind of LEO July 22 You may be even anxious about something you are as yet un aware of VIRGO 22 Real istic goals are worth pursuing and you mustnt lose yourself in idle fantasy at this LIBRA 22 The combination of intent and sincerity is sure to see you reach your goals Opposition is bound to be SCORPIO 21 You may want to place special emphasis on social developments Dont try to use anyone SAGITTARIUS 21 Communication may be rendered difficult today by external forces which you cannot directly CAPRICORN 19 Youll be relieved to find that negative forces you were preparing to encoun ter may be nowhere to be AQUARIUS 18 You must be assertive but you must not cross the fine line between aggression and Dear Abby Speaking up for others a necessity DEAR ABBY The Nazis killed my aunt not long before I was in ducted into the service in My fathers last days at age 94 some 45 years later were consumed by that terrible Just today I watched a television talk show where a vocal minority made some very convincing com ments against our involvement in the war against Although I would not wish to silence that groups because felt uneasy about our entering yet another Im enclosing a gem of a piece that appeared in your Please print it It is ERIC DEAR ERIC That gem of a piece has appeared in my col umn several and I it is indeed And its also It was written by the Martin a German Lutheran pastor who was ar rested by the Gestapo in He was sent to Dachau concentra tion camp where he remained until he was freed by the Allied forces in It was titled I Didnt Speak Up and here it is In the Nazis first came for the and I didnt speak up because I wasnt a Then they came for the and I didnt speak up because I wasnt a Then they came for the trade union and I didnt speak up be cause I wasnt a trade Then they came for the Catho and I didnt speak up be cause I was a Then they came for and by that time there was no one left to speak for DEAR ABBY The man I love is I am Irving and I have known each other for many years and there is no doubt about our love for each We get along very have a great deal in common and our sex life is great The prob lem I would like to get but Irving doesnt want to marry He says hes afraid that one day hell be a sick old man and I will have to take care of His wife died two years ago after a very long illness through which he nursed her and he doesnt want me to have to go through the same thing with I try to tell him that growing old does not necessar ily mean getting sick and becoming a I want to marry this man and enjoy whatever time we have left What words of wisdom do you have to help me convince this wonderful man that we must live in the take our chances and hope for the best IN LOVE WITH IRVING DEAR IN LOVE Your own words of wisdom sound pretty good to None of us has a contract with and its just as well that we dont know what the future holds for any of Think take good care of yourselves and each other and hope for the CHUCKLE OR GROAN FOR TODAY Asking a working writer what he thinks about crit ics is like asking a lamppost how it feels about Christo pher Hampton Abbys family recipes are included in her cookbooklet Send a business selfaddressed plus check or money order for in Canada to Dear Box Mount Postage is HvraldZtitung Published Sunday Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Draunfela 707 Landa or Drawer New Texas Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels HeraldZeitung at New DAVID SULLENS Editor and Publisher JANINE GREEN Managing Editor CHERYL DuVALL Business Manager KAREN REININGER Classified Manager LONE BEASLEY Advertising Director CAROL ANN AVERY Circulation Manager GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall counties aix one Senior Citizens Discount carrier deliuery nix one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one If you have not receivedyour newspaper by Tuesday through or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New Braunfels Texas Qichardson Chiropractic Clinic 6294488 Walnut at 81 Most Insurance Accepted For your personal lucky numbers and future call AstroTone each minute TouchTone phones Dial 19009633000 and enter your access code which is By DONNA CASSATA Atsoclstftd Prsss Writer WASHINGTON Members of Congress are busily invoking the Per sian Gulf and any other argu to save their local military bases as the Pentagon prepares a list of installations to be Members of the New Jersey and Texas congressional delegations have met in recent weeks with top Defense Department touting the role of their bases in securing victory in the Iraqi aggression was halted because of the rapid movement of thousands of troops and millions of tons of much of which came from or through Lloyd said last Bentsen argued that Fort Bliss in El Paso should be kept off the closings list because it is home to Patriot mis which were largely successful in intercepting Iraqi Scud That contention was also used by Dean who stressed in a meeting with Army Sec retary Michael Stone that the Picatin ny Arsenal in his state helped develop the Patriot Lawmakers have been pulling out the stops as the April 15 deadline nears for Defense Secretary Dick Cheney to submit his recommended list of domestic military bases to be closed or pared At a confirmation hearing last week for former Jim as head of the baseclosing commis Richard reminded the nominee of the impor tance of the chemical weapons train ing done at Fort McClellan in Im not looking forward to the 15th of said David Martin of New the ranking Republican on the House Armed Ser vices subcommittee on military instal lations and Filing income taxes will be the nicest thing to Lawmakers angry that the hit list involves only domestic bases seized upon plans for the United States and its NATO allies to build a new air base in If a case is going to be made for that you better bring your lunch and a change of clothes when you come to make the Phil Gramm of ranking Repu blican on the Senate Appropriations subcommittee on military construc said The Pentagons budget request calls for a 63 percent increase in spending for the NATO base account in fiscal including between million and million for The 401 st Tactical Wing of F16 jet fighters must be out of by May and the United States and its allies plan to build the new facility in Italy to house the James chair man of the appropriations subcommit suggested using existing bases in Germany and Britain for the In his speech last President Bush challenged lawmakers to turn away from the temptation to protect unneeded weapons systems and obso lete Nobody has any question about obsolete bases the question is how to decide whats said Patricia CARPET CLEANING 5TERRn CLEANING 628B22 ttii tiCemtf Ant Siatt 172 w ALLERGY SUFFERERS DO YOU HAVE A RUNNY NOSE IN THE SPRINGTIME OR YEARROUND If we need volunteers with runny nose or other symptoms to participate in the study of an investigational Skin physician and lab tests provided at no Qualified subjects will also be compensated If please call 6299036 CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 705A Landa New Braunfels Spring Fashion 91 All of the new spring fashions are out in the brightest and boldest and in the hottest You can introduce your unique fashions to Comal County via Spring Fashion Section Issue date April 14 Copy deadline April 5th Call Frank or Roxanne today 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