New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 10, 1991, Page 5

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung April 10, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas * Herald Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, April 10, 1991 Page SA Folkfest plans HURRY SALE ENDS SUNDAY!SALE BWS SUNDAY APRIL 14,1991 EXTENDED HOURS 11 AM to 7 PM New Braunfels: 139 IH-35 West Seguin: 1500 E Court St, (Five Courts Mall) JE a Krill LAYAV W* Daily 9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday noon to 6 p.m.Space shuttle landing delayed CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Blustery winds prevented NASA from landing the space shuttle Atlantis in California today, and the astronauts were ordered to remain in space an extra day. Mission Control first delayed the landing by I Va hours in hopes the winds would subside. But they didn’t, and flight directors decreed a Thursday morning touchdown at Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert. "I hope you don’t mind if we ask you to stay up another day but we’re going to give up on today,” Mission Control’s Brian Duffy told the crew. ‘‘We understand, and I think that’s a good decision Brian. Thanks a lot,” replied Steve Nagel, mission commander. The astronauts have enough supplies on board to stay up at least through Friday. High winds were expected again Thursday at Edwards, and the weather did not look favorable at the Kennedy Space Center backup site in Florida. Kennedy had not been considered for today. Crosswinds had exceeded NASA’s limit of 17.3 mph by nearly double most of the morning in California. The problem NAIL FUNGUS The solution FUNGI-NAIL® Try this safe, simple, effective remedy for the pain and embarrassment of nail fungus. Fights thick, split, discolored nails. Two powerful anti-fungal agents fight infection on toenails and fingernails Provides relief from the pain and eliminates the fungus Easy to apply as nail polish. No prescription needed Do you use Artificial Nails? Then you should use Fungi-Nail to prevent the nail fungus associated with artificial nails. Available at your pharmacy or hay them contact Kramer Laboratories, 8778 S IV. 8 St . Miami. FL 33174 FREE VISION SCREENING Primary Cara Eya Specialist109 IU 35 Courtyard New Braunfels, Tx. 512-620-0807 We want to emphasize that a screening is not a thorough professional eye examination, but it is the next best thing Many problems can be discovered that might otherwise go undetected, lf a need for further examination is indicated, you will be informed. Call our office for an appointment for a FREE vision screening. We will check your ability to see clearly, far and near. without correction and with correction (if you wear eyeglasses or contact lenses). We will use the Auto refractor (a computer that measures the power of your eyes), the Non-Contact Tonometer (a computer assisted instrument that measures your intra ocular pressure s check for glaucoma), and we will measure your blood pressure. Then the doctor will use the direct ophthalmoscope to examine the in tenor of your eyes-a check for cataracts and other eye diseases KEVIN KORALEWSKI, O.D. ALLERGY SUFFERERS!! DO YOU HAVE A RUNNY NOSE IN THE SPRINGTIME OR YEAR-ROUND? If so, we need volunteers with runny nose or ether symptoms to participate in the study of an investigational drug. Skin tests, physician monitoring, and lab tests provided at no charge. Qualified subjects will also be compensated $100-$175. If interested, please call: 629-9036CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH _705-A    Landa    New    BraunfelsStateDeficit of $13 billion warned AUSTIN (AP) — State senators have been shown just how deep the red ink could run as they write a budget. The lawmakers were told Tuesday that the budget deficit would hit $13 billion if all spending programs being sought by government agencies were approved. Those requests aren’t wild-eyed ideas, but responsible proposals from boards and commissions controlled by appointees of former Republican Gov. Bill Gc-mcnts, Sen. John Montford said. ‘‘These are conservative, largely Republican appointees. And this is the budget that they have requested — a smooth $’.3 billion ... over available revenue,” said Montford, D-Lubbock. Legislative leaders are struggling to convince voters that another tax increase may be needed to raise funds to balance the 1992-93 budget. Lt. Gov. Bob Bullock is pushing for state personal and corporate income taxes. House Speaker Gib Lewis offered a no-new-taxes budget proposal but decried it as one that would have a ‘‘devastating impact on education, prisons, human services and all other state programs.”Federal disaster aid sought AUSTIN (AP) — Gov. Ann Richards’ request for federal disaster aid said recent weather in Cameron County was so destructive that local and state governments do not have sufficient resources to respond. Richards wrote President Bush on Tuesday, requesting that Bush declare a major disaster for Texas as a result of severe thunderstorms, flooding and tornadoes which occurred primarily in Cameron County on Friday and Saturday. Additional counties may be added ‘‘as required,” Richards’ letter said. The governor earlier sent a telegram to Bush and followed that with the more detailed letter. Preliminary estimates show disaster-related, private nonagricultural damages of $100 million, Richards said, with at least $28.9 million eligible for aid under current law.Directory Assistance bank disabled DALLAS (AP) — A power outage prevented Southwestern Bell Telephone from providing directory assistance for five area codes in north and west Texas. Southwestern Bell operators lost the ability for several hours Tuesday night to access directory information in area codes 214,817,903,806 and 915.Nation World Baker arrives in Cairo for talks CAIRO (AP) — Secretary of State James A. Baker III, hoping for a breakthrough on Mideast peace talks, arrived here today to meet with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak after getting Israeli approval for the latest U.S. diplomatic effort. Baker flew here after meeting for two hours this morning with Israeli Prime Minister Yit/.hak Shamir in Jerusalem. Accepting a pair of airline tickets, good for anywhere in the contiguous United States on American Airlines, is Folkfest Chairman Charlene Adams, third from left. Making the presentation are Craig Sagebie! of Rennert’s New Braunfels Travel, second from right, and Rick Carpenter, right, manager of passenger sales for American Airlines. Also present at a session planning the May 4-5 event are Rusty Brandt of New Braunfels Resorts, left, donor of lodging for some Folkfest participants, and Clara Heide-mann of Natural Bridge Caverns, which will sponsor printing of Folkfest tickets and attach a discount coupon to each. Folkfest, held on the grounds of Conservation Plaza and the Musuem of Texas Handmade Furniture, benefits preservation organizations associated with the New Braunfels Historic Museums Association. ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: April 10, 1991

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