New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 9, 1991, Page 5

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April 09, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 9, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas HwM-Ziltung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, April 9, 1991 - Page 5 Television log I TUESDAY    == C> 1991 TV luting inc H WuilM TX APRIL 9 _I 7 PM 7:30 8 PM 8:30 9 PM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM 12:30 Who s Boss? Davis Rules Roseanne Coach thirty- something News Who's Boss? Hunter Nightline Into the Matlock In the Heat of the Night Shannon's Deal News Tonight Show Love Connect Letterman David Copperfield MOV: Another Pair of Aces: Throe of I Kind News (:35) Cheers I ( 05) Cosby I Jeffersons Magnum, p.i. MacNeil/Lehrer Nova Frontline Eyes on the Prize ' Eyes on the Prize Off Air (Cont) |En Carne Propia IPobre Diabla De Nadie De Hollywood En Vivo Prog. Paaada I MOV: El Rev de Loa Tailitaa I MOV; ww No Deposit. No Return 1976 Country Showdown Brothers Arsemo Hall Party Mach. Its a Living (Honeymooners FT LILI MOV: it it it A Soldier's Story 1984 B. Miller IWKRP I Love Lucy Star Trek: Next All Family Perry Mison CD USA Murder, She Wrote Prime Time Wrestling Mismi Vice Equalizer MOV: Slugs CD ONN Prime News Larry King Livel CNN Evening News Moneyline I Sports Nlte NewsNight ShowBiz News Update CE DISC G.l. Diary Beyond Tom’w (invention Planet Earth Wings Safari Wld. Monitor Nature OD ASE Biography MOV: Lamp at Midnight 1966 I Ravel Bolero At the Improv Biography MOV: Lamp at Midnight ! © FAM MOV; it it Guilty ol Innocence; Tho Lenell Deter Story 700 Club Scarecrow and King MOV: ww Guilty of Innocence: The Lentil Qatar Story ® TNT MOV: Lott Day 1975 ( 05) www Law and Jake Wade 1958 MOV: www Each Dawn I Die 1939 ® LIFE L A. Law MOV: ww Assault and Matrimony 1987 It. Ullman Molly Dodd ENG. I Self Improvement I ® CNBC Real Story I Steal & Deal Real Story Update Steal & Deal Real Story Update Steal & Deal © SHOW MOV: WWW Pinto 1948 MOV: WW No Marcy 1986 MOV: Gnaw: Food ol tho Gods ll 1989 Th* First © NICK Mr. Ed Mork & Mindy Get Smart (Dragnet : Hitchcock I Green Acres I Best of SNL America Looney Tunes Dobie Gillis I Patty Duke My 3 Sons a TBS (6:30) Major League Baseball • : (:15) www Man In the Wilderness 1971 MOV: Bachelor Mother 1939 aa WON Bulls Eye NBA Basketball Knicks at Bulls (L) News ICircle of Fear MOV: Conqueror 1956 aa "espn (6 30) Major League Baseball I Major League Baseball ISportsCenter ® “max MOV: nit We're No Angels 1989 MOV: Brain Dead 1990 MOV: Grave Sacrals 1989 MOV: 2069: Sat Odyssey © ”h5o First Love I MOV: Wolcome Homo 1989 MOV: Season of Fear 1989 ( 35) Physical Evidence 1989 ( 20) Kids in Hall OISN (Cont) Earth Is. Holmes Anne Murray Oz./Harriet I MOV: ww Three Wishes tor Jamie 1987 Superman © TNN On Stage Church St. (Nashville Now ICrook, Chase J On Stage E hurch St. (Nashville Now Crook, Chase OI “HST |Pro Jet Ski Tour Pro Surfing Miller Lite Pro Beach Volleyball From Phoenix rn I Green Jacket Spc (Tennis © “amc |(Cont) I MOV: As Young I As Wa Are 1958 MOV: WWW Suspicion 1941 I MOV: Boy With Groon Hair 1948 (As Young As a KTBC (David Copperfield I MOV: Another Pair ol Aces: Three of a Kind * □ News Cheers Exile |(:05) Mission Impossible | a KVUE |Who s Boss? (Davis Rules (Roseanne (Coach j thirty- something News Nightline Newhart Hunter Into the to “kxan I Matlock I In the Heat of the Night Shannon's Deal News [Tonight Show Letterman Bob Costas ta KBVO I MOV: ** OHI Heavenly Dog 1980 Star Trek: Next Arsemo Hall I MOV: ww Firstborn 1984 Carla Bal of the New Braunfels Evening Rotary Club, left, presents a plaque to the group’s first Community Service Award recipient, Isabel Campos. Campos has effectively organized and operated the “Teach the Children" program to provide school supplies for needy youngsters in area schools for the past five yars. The club recently adopted the program and will continue the service under the name “Rotary Educational Assistance Program (REAP)." (Photo by Erik Karlsson) Dear Abby On    anniversary, couple celebrates generous friends DEAR ABBY: Here’s a suggestion for “Anonymous, Please,” the man who will be celebrating his 50th wedding anniversary soon and wanted to request that the guests bring no gifts. Last year we were confronted with the same situation for our 25th. Knowing that guests would bring gifts anyway, we suggested they bring canned goods for the needy. Our invitations read: “Your love and friendship is the only gift we need. However, if you wish to bring something, please make it an item of food that will be donated to the needy.” Abby, we were overwhelmed by the generosity of our friends! We hauled IO boxes of canned goods and almost $200 in cash down to the local “soup kitchen" that feeds the homeless and needy. What a great party we had — filled with family and friends who made it all the more beautiful by sharing with those less fortunate. You may use my name. ELEANOR BURLEY. STERLING HEIGHTS, MICH. DEAR ELEANOR: That suggestion appeared in my column two years ago, but it’s worth repeating periodically. Thank you, Eleanor. And may you celebrate many more happy anniversaries. DEAR ABBY: I’m writing to offer some advice to younger readers regarding dating: I am 27, and ever since I was in high school. I adopted my own personal code for dating. It is: Any guy who psks me out I will go with at least once — unless I have reason to believe he could be dangerous. Since then, I have helped some very shy guys develop their selfconfidence, and I’ve established some good friendships and a few meaningful relationships. Not every date has been great — a few have been real duds — but if a guy asks me out, at least I give him a chance. (Accepting a date doesn’t mean you have to marry anyone.) Also, after the first date, I generally insist on paying my share of the tab. I’m not rich — I’m a middleclass working woman — but I know how expensive dating is for most guys. I haven’t met Mr. Right yet, but in the meantime, I’m enjoying myself. CYNTHIA IN GEORGIA DEAR CYNTHIA: It’s easy to see why you’re not sitting at home, waiting for your telephone to ring. You’re a giver, not a taker. You appear to be a young woman who likes herself and is comfortable to be around. There are two kinds of people in the world — those who walk into a room and say, “There you are” — and those who say, “Here I am!” You belong in the “there you are” category. You could give lessons. “How to Be Popular” is for everyone who feels left out and wants an improved social life. It's an excellent guide to becoming a better conversationalist and a more attractive person. To order, send a long, business-size, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for $.‘1.95 ($4.50 in Canada) to: Dear Abby, Popularity Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, 111. 81054. (Postage is included.) CHOLESTEROL SCREENING Wed & Thu, Apr 10-11 9 am to 1 pm & 2 pm to 6 pm Cholesterol......................................ONLY $ 5.00 Chol & HDL (the "good" cholesterol) ONLY 14.00 Hemoglobin, Glucose, & Triglycerides* available (*12 hr fast required) Fingerstick Method - Accurate, Immediate Results Qualified Screening Technicians - No Fasting CWe use KODAK analyzers^ ( hokskrol lest Tor Senior ( iti/cns (Agt* 60 & o\er) Sponsored by: Only at: WAL-MART PHARMACY 1133 I-35W (New Braunfels) red by:    rn American Health Care Advisory Association Horoscope By Stella Wilder Born today, you are fiery, impulsive and quick to quarrel — even without cause. Of course, then, you will find it necessary to employ a good deal of self-control throughout your long life, or you will find more than your share of hardship along the way Give your impulses free rein, and you will only bring upon yourself the kind of misfortune that others strive at all times to avoid; control yourself, and the world can be your oyster. Your desires and opinions are strong and unchangeable Both men and women born today will find that sex appeal can prove a valuable tool in both personal and professional endeavors — and neither of the sexes will have many qualms about using such appeal to achieve their desired ends All those born on this date are rather susceptible to sw#~* talk Alto born on this dato ort: Ward Bond and Paul Robaaon, actors; Hugh Hafnar, publisher. To see what is in «tore for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph Let your birthday star be your daily guide WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10 ARIES (March 21-April 19) - You must do your best today to avoid conflict with those whose views and beliefs are more secure than your own. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -Your perception of time may be pulled out of shape today by events and circumstances that defy rational explanation. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - You can do much to ease tensions and other bad feelings between conflicting parties at home and at work today. CANCER (June 21-July 22) - Business and relationships are likely tc suffer from the same malady today, and from a lack of interest on your part LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Beware of hazards that are unseen and unheard today. You may be risking much with out even knowing it. VIRGO (Aug 23-Sept 22) - You will have to make a real effort today to communicate with others and make your desires and expectations known. LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct 22) - You can afford to go at your daily affairs with just a little more gusto There is much you can gain by risking a little SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - Caution must be employed when you are required to journey into unfamiliar territory today. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — You may find yourself racing against time today. Certain duties must be completed before others are begun CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - You’ll find that messages sent through conventional channels today may not get the attention they deserve. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - It is important today that you put your best foot forward Others may be watching you for signs of inadequacy. PISCES (Feb 19-March 20) - Teamwork and cooperation are essential again today, and you must be willing to make certain concessions For your personal horoscope, lovescope, lucky numbers and futurs forscsst, call Astro*Ton# (95c tach minuta; Touch-Ton* phonaa only). Dial 1-900-963-3000 and amar your accaaa coda number, which is 500. Copyright IVV! United texture Syndicate inc tAEMORIAf, 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). 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 below 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. before April 25. Entry Deadline $5 Entry fee accepted on or before April 25 No late registration. All proceeds will go to McKenna Memorial Hospital’s Health Professions Scholarship Fund. For more information, please call 625-9111 ext. 190 or 194 10 a m.-Noon or 1:30-4:00 Mon.-Fri. Age Division >10-14 month-Red Group •15-19 month-Blue Group •20-24 month-Green Group •25-30 month-Yellow Group •31-36 month-Pmk Group McKenna Memorial Hospital, The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, HEB and KGNB Radio Reagan says new biography full of ‘flagrant falsehoods’ Entry Form Child's I ast Nam# Address Child’s First Nam* City Initial Age State Zip Code LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ronald Reagan says a new biography of his wife, Nancy, is filled with lies that “clearly exceed die bounds of decency,” and he’s sure the buying public will judge die book harshly. Harshly or not, readers in huge numbers are judging for dieniselves. By the end of the day Monday, 150,000 new copies were ordered. That’s in addition to the 600,000 already in or en route to bookstores around die country. Kitty Kelley’s “Nancy Reagan: die Unauthorized Biography” portrays the former first lady as an abusive skinflint who ran the White House and carried on an affair with Frank Sinatra. Kelley claims Reagan himself was with another woman on the day his daughter was bom, dial he and Nancy tried pot when he was governor and that he had a one-night stand with an 18-year-old when he was 50. “The flagrant and absurd falsehoods cited in a recently published book clearly exceed die bounds of decency,” the former president said in a statement Monday. “They are patently untrue.” Atm* Cod* Work Phono    ”    Atm    Codo    "    "HonWFhono Please indicate child's T-shirt size: 02-4 06-8 Ol0-12 T-shirts are 50% cotton / 50% polyester Waiver Of Claim In consideration of acceptance of this entry, I waive and release any and ail claims for myself, my agents and my heirs against McKenna Memorial Hospital and officials and sponsors of the 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 child is in good physical condition and fully capable to participate in this event. Entrant s (child’s) name: Child’s age:_ Parent’s or Legal Guardian s signature: L THIS ENTRY IS INVALID UNLESS SIGNED BV THE PARENT OR LEGAL GUARDIAN OF THE RACE PARTICIPANT Community service ;

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