New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 14, 1991, Page 3

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March 14, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 14, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas HerakJ-Zt/fung, Now Braunfels, Texas Thursday, March V 1(>91 pnge 3 Crossword ACROSS 1 Cudgels 5 Underneath 10 Yemen city 14 Light tan 15 Sphere of conflict 16 Drought-stricken 17 Noticed 18 Petting spot 20 Braid, perhaps 22 Apart: pref. 23 Instruments 24 Shaves 26 Mouser 27 Dear 30 Stone Ager 34 Speechifies 35 Symbol of authority 36 "Cakes and 37 Exclamation of disgust 38 Have an idea 40 Monstrous 41 Japanese bay 42 — of Tarsus 43 Encumbered 45 Sure 47 Agents 48 — Landers 49 Clothes displayer 50 Type of ray 53 Card game 54 Pensive 58 Upside-down conditions 61 Cable 62 Sly look 63 Not mounted 64 Otherwise 65 Minus 66 Lager-like 67 Transfer (property) DOWN 1 Tops 2 Maple 3 Pine or teak 4 Solar phenomena 5 Dance: Fr. 6 Worn away 7 Quebec city 8 Persons 9 Hostilities 10 Greet 11 "I smell 12 Golf unit 13 Cool drinks 19 Work hard 21 Hoard 25 Change color of again 26 Laughed shrilly 27 — acid 28 Get rid of 29 Thereafter 30 North of USA 31 Bea Arthur role 32 Horatio — 33 Necessities 35 Thickness PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED unit 39 Vandal 40 Sacred 42 More prudent 44 Spanish cheers 46 Spuds 47 Earlier 49 Game animal 50 Threshold 51 Leg area 52 Birds Lat 53 Boundary 55 Bitterness of spirit 56 Gaelic 57 Instrument 59 Naval vessel 60 Foul place 1 2 3 5 6 7 8 9 I ■ 10 11 12 13 14 " 16 17 ie 19 20 \ JH22 23 24 25 to Ch 27 28 29 _ ■ o co 31 32 33 34 _ ■ 35 ■ 36 37 rn 38 39 _ ■ .. 41 _ ■ 42 ■ 44 45 4^ _ ■ 47 48 ■ .. 50 51 52 53 ■ ll 55 56 57 56 59 60 ■ 62 JIM 63 64 65 I 67 Stocks High I .ow lees AMR Corp 5ft 57H 51% ALLTEL Cp 3ft 38% 3ft .Amen tech 6ft 66V. 66% Am Store* SIH 79V. 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Gainers outnumbered losers by more than 2 to I in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 903 up, 391 down and 513 unchanged. Volume on die Big Board came to 86.57 million shares at midmorning. Alan Greenspan, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, confirmed Wednesday that the Fed had lately taken additional steps to relax its credit policy. Foster families trained for role By KATHRYN SCHOEMER Staft Writer It takes special people to care for foster children because youngsters in such care have specific needs. “We try to judge people correctly” because these children come from a damaging environment and they don’t need to be placed in another one, said Linda Fisher of the Department of Human Services in New Braunfels. Children are sent to DHS when their lives are in danger and are placed in a foster home for varied lengths of time, ranging from six months to four years. During that time, foster families need to understand that these children will have problems as a result of physical, emotional or sexual abuse, she said. Ed Rivera, DHS information specialist for adoption, foster care and human services in San Antonio, said social workers try their best to avoid placing the child in an abusive environment. “The last thing we want to do is take the child out of an abusive situation and put them into another one,” he said. It is important for the family to realize the dynamics of the situation becuase the new child “may put extra stress on the child and blow the new family apart," he said. Therefore, “it’s better to get the right people" even when there aren’t enough people involved, he said. DHS has a special training session for families interested in keeping a foster child. When someone calls and expresses an interest in becoming a foster parent, his name is kept on record. Then family members must attend training classes to be certified as a foster family by DHS. After the training, the family is assesed by DHS workers to see if they would provide a good family environment for the child, Fisher said. “A lot of people come to the classes and realize it’s not for them,” she said Gasses are limited to IO families and are conducted twice a year in the Ne* Braunfels area. But DHS workers also conduct several more classics in Sot Antonio. Some of the qualifications of a good foster family include open mindedness and flexibility of the fam ily. Siblings must also be willing to having an additional member of the family, Fisher said. Parents must have a good marital relationship in order to create some stability in the foster child’s life Single adults also are eligible to be foster parents. “Our goal is family reunification (because) we believe children need to be with their families,” she said Therefore, families need to under stand that the child will probably reside with them for a temporary per iod. Families might find it hard to let the foster child go. People need to deal with their own grief before they can accept someone else’s sorrow and children who have been physically, sexually or emotion ally abused have a lot of grief in their lives. Fisher said. Rivera said some families deal with the loss of the foster child by accepting another child immediately, while others need extra time to deal with the loss. For more information about the foster parent program, call 629-5033 AIR lhmimMI rn 'TERRY'S CLEANING Cill 8-1322 I ti77 ■4Ci SERVICES 6? Sentihi Hie ti Causa baa Sleet + American Heart £ % Association Herald-Zeitung Published Sunday naming, Tuesday, Wednesday. Thursday and Friday afternoons by New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, 707 Lamia St., or PO. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328. Second Class postage paid by V. w Braunfels Herald Zeitung at New Braunfels, Texas DAVID SULLENS I ck!ex and Pufrksridr JANINE GREEN Managing Lei tex CHERYL Duvall Buslnoss Manage/ KARIN REININGER Classified Manager LONE SE ASLEY Adyedstng L'hactor CAROL ANN AY ERY Cxcutatior» Vial lager GUS LIBEL Pressroom foreman Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe. Hays, Blanco and Kendall counties. three months, $ 10.25, six months, $ 17 90. one sear, $32. Senior Citucns Discount (carrier delivery only); six months, $14 90,oneyear, $27.00. Mud delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: three months, $18 OO, «u months, $32, one year SOO. Mail outside Texas six months. $42, one year, $70. lf you have not received your newspaper by 5 JOp rn Tuesday th/xjugh Friday, or by 7:30 a m Sunday, alii 825 9144 or 858 1900 by 7 p.m. and ll a.m.. respectively. Postmaster: Send address changes to PL). Drawer 311328, Sew Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328 H-E-B store to close Fria a • mr in honor of founder’s death CORPUS CHRISTI (AP) — Howard Edward Bull, founder of a chain of 175 supermarkets and 31 video stores, has died at a Corpus Christi hospital. He was 95. Butt died Tuesday. In observance of Butt’s passing, all H-E-B stores will close from 6 a.m. to 7 pan. Friday. “We will be open tomorrow at 7 pan.,” said Ray Parker, unit manager of the New Braunfels H-E-B. “He was a great man,” Parker said of Butt, whom he met in the 1970s. “The family is very community-minded and they care of their communities ... they’re good people.” The H.E.B stores cover a vast area of Texas from Cleburne and Corsicana southward to the Lower Rio Grande Valley and from Bay City, near Houston, southwestward to Del Rio. The grocery chain employs 30,000 people. In 1988, Forbes Magazine ranked H-E-B as the 36th largest private company in the U.S. with annual sales estimated at $2 billion. In 1971, he turned over the operation of the chain to his youngest son, Charles C. Butt. Butt gained his first experience in the grocery business as a child, helping his mother in the store she started in Kerrville with only $50. He used a baby carriage and thai a red wagon to help by delivering groceries to customers. After serving in the U.S. Navy during World War I, Butt returned home to take over the family’s grocery business. In 1926, he expanded into Del Rio and in 1928 he borrowed $38,000 and bought three grocery stores from Piggly Wiggly in the Valley. In 1929, he opened a bakery in Corpus Christi ami opened a cannery in Harlingen, where he had moved the company’s headquarters. In 1935, he changed the company’s name from C.C. Butt Cash and Carry to H.E. Butt Grocery Co The chain had expanded to 40 stores by then. In 1985, the headquarters was moved to San Antonio. Butt became known for his philanthropy with a great emphasis on the Girl Scouts, YMCA and YWCA. He was active in the Baptist church. He also helped many South Texas towns with interest-free loans to build swimming pools. He helped in the creation of the H-E-B pool and H-E-B Tennis Center in Corpus Christi. CONTINUING INNOVATION Cristina New Standards in Digital Audio Recording. 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