New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 2, 1991, Page 5

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April 02, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 2, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, April 2, 1991 PaQS 5 Television log Billy Bob’s celebrates I TUESDAY 1»9I TV Li»l»Ml HK ft    TK I _ 7PM 7:30 BPM 1:30 SPM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11PM | 11:30 12 AM 12:30 Frii Roseanne Davis Rules Roseanne Coach Eddie Dodd News Who's Boss? Hunter Nightlina into the I91 Erma Matlock In the Heat of the Night I Law & Order News Tonight Show I Love Connect ............. on Lettermen fnrran Rescue: 911 MOV: A Triumph af Se Heart Ricky Bed Story | News ( 35) Cheers (:05) Cosby Jeff arsons A J Magnum, p.i. MacNeil/Lehrer Nova Frontline I America's Schools I Arab World Made in Tx. OK* t (Cont) iPobre Diablo learnt Propia De Nadia De Hollywood En Vivo Prog. Pagoda I MOV: Mdagre de Amar I I MOV: aa* Melter 1980 Its a Living Brothers Arsenio Hall Party Mach. Its a Living (Honeymooners Bai MOV: aa KHHas Time 1987 I B. 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Holmes I MOV: Bitty Rote s Jumbo 1982 IMOV: aa Bela Ruth Mary 1948 Batman • TNN On Staoe Church St. I Nashville Now ICrook. Chase (On Stage I Church St. Nashville Now Crook, Chase i— O HSI SoortsTelk NBA Basketball Nuggets at Mavericks (L) - (Miller Lite Pro Beach Volleyball From Fort I Boxing ...............“ ii 0 MNC (6:00) Cornered I MOV: taller el Se Meg 1953 J J i SE I IMOV: aaa Careered 1945 ll I I DBLnj Rescue: 911 I MOV: A Triumph of Se Heart Ricky Bed Mary News Cheers Exile ](:05) Mission Impossible ll I 0 KVUI iRoseanne I Davis Rules IRoseanne ICoach Edda Dodd News Nightlina Newhart Into the Night Hunter I 0 KXAN I Matlock |ln the Heat of the Night Law A Order News (Tonight Show Letterman Bob Costas I 0 MVO I Movie Star Trek: Next Arsenio Hall |Movie I >RT WORTH. Texas (AP) — ds who gathered to observe the anniversary of the opening of Bob’s Texas say it was no aecidial Billy Bob Barnett chose 10th birthday of his April ard’s district as an world-izcd entertainment district. Barnett has moved on to open r bar in Baltimore, but the ‘‘I’m glad we’ve kept this place It’s great it’s still open. It’s more solid now,” said Steve n, co-owner of the club and for-Fort Worth City Council member, “The local crowd can come here to dance. They can learn to two-step and have a little refreshment,” Munrin sa id of the honky-tonk with 42 bar stations and seating for 8,000. Television monitors flashed anniversary greetings in the form of videos from country music greats, including Willie Nelson. Garth Brooks and the Carter Sisters. Ray Wylie Hubbard was the featured performer on stage Monday night. A huge sheet cake decorated to look like the facade of Billy Bob’s was served to those in the club. Billy Minick. the massive honky-tonk’s manager, said if it wasn’t for Billy Bob’s he probably wouldn’t have met his wife, Pam, who is advertising director for the club. Peggy Firkins, who lives in Saint Jo about 90 miles northwest of For Worth, has been serving beers at Billy Bob’s for IO years. Dear Abby Marriage penalty keeps couple away from altar DEAR ABBY: My fiancee and I are both energetic, productive citizens who work overtime seven days a week to provide a better life for our children. We are a middle-aged, upper-income couple with maximum debt (due to our former marriages), in love, engaged and want to get married. The problem is we can’t afford to because our federal and state income tax could increase $11,000 and $5,000, respectively. This means we would have to earn an additional $25,000 in taxable income in order to meet this obligation, and we simply can’t do that. lite tax code is obviously unfair when a couple can’t afford to get married because of additional taxes, and I won’t ask even Dear Abby to rectify that problem. But, do you know of any place or any way we can be married in a Christian ceremony, without having to declare our marriage for federal and/or state income tax purposes? OVERTAXED IN THE U S A. DEAR OVERTAXED: I doubt if you could find a clergyman who would agree to perform a marriage ceremony and conspire with you to conceal the fact of your marriage in order to assist you in tax evasion. In other words, don't expect to find an honest partner for a crooked deal. DEAR ABBY: Every morning on my way to work, I sit in the passenger seat watching drivers read newspapers or paperback books, dress children, apply makeup, shave, drink coffee, watch TV, etc. Abby, please comment to your wide reading audience concerning this problem. It could save your life and mine. RIDING SCARED IN MARIETTA, GA. DEAR RIDING SCARED: ITI try. Drivers who are caught doing any of the above while driving should be fined and assigned to traffic school to learn how serious their seemingly minor infraction can be. Not only do these half-alert drivers risk their own lives, but they risk hitting another vehicle and maiming or killing innocent people. Everything you'll need to know about planning a wedding can be found in Abby's booklet, “How to Have a Lovely Wedding.” To order, send a long, busineas-size, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for $3.95 ($4.50 in Canada) to: Dear Abby, Wedding Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, 111. 61054. (Postage is included.) It s All Happening at The Madison Sunday, April 7 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. "Arrive in Classic Style" Antique cars-Great Gatsby Style. Elegant refreshments will be served. Wednesday, April IO from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. "Fiesta Food Booth" Enjoy ethnic foods and Entertainment by our swimming pool. May 5-8 Join us court-side as The Madison Sponsors the Tennis venue of The Senior Olympics. The Madison A Leisure Care Retirement Communa Frtdencksbuni Road • San Anti nu T\ ‘X** Horoscope By Stella Wilder Born today, you are the kind to move $wiftly and confidently toward the attainment of virtually any goal. Your $enae of personal security is unequaled, and your belief in your own abilities is so strong that it is rarely — if ever — shaken. There is very little "clutter” in your life, and you keep your mind, body, and your environment clean and efficient. It Is rare to find one born on this date who is out of shape or unfocused in any way. The stamina of someone born today is something to be reckoned with! You are an excellent judge of human nature, and you seem to know what makes people "tick.” Your first instincts are rarely inaccurate, and you act on "gut responses" more often — and more successfully — than most born under any sign. There is room for some common sense in your makeup, however! To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. Let your birthday star be your daily guide WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3 ARIES (March tl-Aprtl Ii) -You’ll be able to lift someone elses spirits considerably before the day is out. A positive outlook is contagious! TAURUS (April ti-May ZI) -Don’t fret if circumstances demand that you stay in and around the home today. You can get a lot of good planning done. GEMINI (May Zl-Joae 20) - You may experience some resistance today to your plans. They are likely quite unusual in scope! CANCER (Jane Zl-July ZZ) - A great deal depends today upon your ability to steer others in the right direction today. LEO (Jaly ZZ-Alg. ZZ) — You must take threats seriously today, but you bility” of personal confl VIRGO (Aag. Z3-Sept. ZZ) - Your needn’t accept the supposed "inevita-fUct. tug. ZZ-Sept. ZZ) readiness to take action today is essential. You have what it takes to make a big difference to others today. LIBRA (Sept. ZZ-Oct. ZZ) - Your (lair for the dramatic, though usually hidden, can play an important role in the day s events SCORPIO (Oct. ZJ-Nov. ZI) -There is every reason today to trust your instincts. There are risks to be taken, but you must consider them carefully. SAGITTARIUS (Nev. ZZ-Dec. ZI) — Internal strength is more significant today than any external show of force. There are spiritual questions to answer. CAPRICORN (Dec. ZZ-Jaa. lf) -Your impulses may result in some personal danger today, hut the risks can be minimized by engaging common sense AQUARIUS (Jan. Zf-Feb. lf) -Your interest in things that cannot be fully understood will shape your day and move you in a new direction PISCES (Feb. lf-March 20) -There are things you will be told today, but nothing will be as useful to you as those things you discover for yourself memorial New Braunfels, Texas 4th Annual 1991 TODDLER RUN Saturday May 18,1991 Date And Location Saturday, May 18, 1991—T-shirt pick-up and ‘Race Day” registration (8 a.m.). Races will be held on the McKenna Hospital grounds at Garza St. The race distance will be 10 yards (10-24 months) and 20 yards (25-36 months). Modern dance revolutionary Martha Graham dead at 96 T-shirt And Packet Pick-up Information All participants must be at race site at 8 a.m. on the day of the race for "Race Day" registration, T-shirts, and assignment of race numbers. Races will begin at 9:00 a.m. Entry Registration Mail completed official entry form cee* and check to: McKenna Memorial Hospital Toddler Run CIO Administration 143 E. Garza New Braunfels, Texas 78130 OR... Bring your child's entry form and payment to the Administration Offices at McKenna between 9 a m. and noon Mon.-Fri. befo'e April 25 Entry Deadline , SS E^t'y ‘ee accepted on or : oe*cre Apf I 25 No late regsraron Ai proceeds wm go Jo McKenna Memorial Hospital's I Hear Professions Schoiarsn.p Furd For mort reformation, please call 625-9111 ext. 190 or 194 10 a m-Noon or 1:30-4.00 Mon.-Fn. Age Division • 10-14 Tiontn-Reo Group •15 19 Ticntn-8iLe Group •20-24 riomn-Gfeen Group •25-30 tnoniri-Yeilow Group •31 35 nonUVPWK, Group NEW YORK (AP) — Martha Graham, the dancer arui choreographer whose fierce and erotic ballets marked a revolutionary departure from classical forms arui defined modem dance, has died ai age 96. Graham, who died at home Monday of congestive I tear! failure, first danced al age 21 and performed until she was 76, then choreographed ballets long after thai in a career that embraced nearly tile entire 20th century. The most recent of the 180 works she choreographed was "Maple Leaf Rag," which had its debut Oct. 2 in New Yolk. Her early work was compared to Picasso'! paintings and Stravinsky's music. Graham's technique was "on a oar with ballat dancing, which took 400 years to develop," said ballet choreographer Agnel de MUI#. "You hava to go beat to people like Michelangelo to gat this kind of achievement." Her students and tincan became stars, among them Pearl Lang, Mercc Cunningham and Paul Taylor. But none surpassed Graham in the extent of her contribution to the uniquely American art font! ilia! broke from 19th century classicism. Graham, a thin, fragilc-looking woman whose arched eyebrows, vividly painted mouth and lightly wound chignon gave her an appearance as dramatic as her stage heroines, created gripping depictions of lust, greed, jealousy, joy and love. Sex arui violence intermingled in her dances, which drew on such divergent sources as Oroek mythology, the Amel lean frontier and a rebellion against her own puritanical heritage that was years ahead of the '60s sexual revolution Graham's virgins, goddesses and madwomen disturbed and mesmerized audiences with mw emotion as they whirled across bare stages in bare feet to relentlessly dissonant scores. "Every dance is a kind of fever chart, a graph of the heart," Graham once said. McKenna Memorial Hospital. The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung HEB and KGNB Radio I Entry Form CWsLmi Nome BHB CNW'! flit! City NkooW Tho*    Ago §uu«    Tip Com I    Azo«CoOu    ~~WS€l*hone  -------- CmCodo ! Please indicate child'* T-ahirt aize: D2-4 08-8 Cho-12 T smrte are cotton >0% jo.> oater Waiver Of Claim In cx>neid#ration of aocoptartco of this entry, I waive and reieaaa any and all claim* for myself, my agents and my hair* against McKenna Memorial Hospital and officials and sponsors of tria 1991 Toddler Run for any injury or Illness which may directly or indirectly result from my or my child's participation in this race. I certify that my ohild la in good physical condition and fully capable to participate in this event. Entrant *(child's) nome Child's aga    ___ Perent s or lags Guardian *» signature. THIS ENTRY IS INVAUD UNLESS SI OHED SY THS PARENT ON LEGAL CLARO! AN Of ’Na 4*26 RA HUO PANT ;

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