New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 4, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 04, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS 1 Escapade 6 Weather word IO Fish 14 Make redress 15 Teen problem 16 Instrument 17 Ski gear 18 Take in (a sail) 19 The bride- 20 TV fare 22 Butter knife. perhaps 24 Operates 26 Leather makers 27 Revivals 31 Frigid 32 Astound 33 Solitary 35 Pen point 38 Glazed piece 39 Wood strips 40 Heroic tale 41 Feasted 42 Flemish city 43 Extremely 44 US patriotic soc. 45 Produce 47 Took revenge 51 Function 52 Shaded walks 54 Slander 58 Girl s name 59 Daily fare 61 Fruit drink 62 UK river 63 At any time 64 Tartan pants 65 Enable to go 66 Refuse 67 Be aware of DOWN 1 Head covers 2 At the peak of 3 Water sport 4 Activate 5 Renovate 6 Remote 7 Tennis feats 8 Awkward 9 Forbears 10 Plant study 11 Home 12 Serious 13 Predictors 21 Established 23 Noun ending 25 Fine-grained rock 27 Polynesian chestnut 28 Give off 29 Large bundle 30 Informal language 34 Fur source 35 California valley PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED Christian Science meeting reminder of health goals H&aSd-Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, June 4, 1991 Page 3 36 ” a Kick out of You” 37 Make known 39 Grated 40 Failure-proof 42 Presented 43 Chooses 44 Require 46 Signify "OK” 47 Celebrations 48 Green shade 49 Claw 50 Childlike 53 Noticed 55 Asian gulf 56 Gulls 57 Gaelic 60 Exasperate 1 2 3 4 ■ 6 7 8 ■ 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 I 16 17 18 19 20 ■ 22 23 24 ■ 26 27 28 29 30 ■ 32 33 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 ■ 45 46 47 48 49 50 ■ 52 53 ■ 54 55 56 57 58 ■ 59 60 ■ 1 62 63 64 65 66 67 BOSTON — “Humanity’s quest for health” set the tone for the 96ih annual meeting of members of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, held here Monday. The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in New Braunfels is one of 2,600 branches of the Boston-based mother church, according to William V. "Bud” Porter of the local church. Branch churches, Porter said, are located in 68 countries around the world. “Helping society find solutions to health care challenges including the well-being of children and families was a primary concern at the meeting,” Porter said. “Because of deepening public discontent over health care and mandated medicine, it was felt answers can no longer be put off. “Many people,” the local man said, “are searching for fresh solutions to pressing health care issues.” Yet hardened stands by organizations as diverse as those representing doctors and atheists, resist religious alternatives to conventional medicine. In a special statement, however, the Christian Science board of directors, Porter said, issued a reminder: “Christians of many denominations are actively involved in healing services and prayers for the sick.” The board went on to point out, Porter said, that “many people around the world have found Christian healing an effective remedy in modem day society. “For 300 years following the ministry of Christ Jesus,” Porter said, “the practice of healing through prayer was a normal part of Christian life. With the discovery of Christian Science by Mary Baker Eddy a little over a hundred years ago, this basic element of Christianity was renewed. “Growth in church attendance and increased interest in Christian healing run counter to efforts by special interest groups,” Porter said, “to reject healing through prayer. For example, a recent American Medical Association resolution challenging spiritual healing calls on insurance companies to stop their 70-year old practice of covering treatment through prayer. Instead of opposition there should be more honest exploration of the spiritual values and healings resulting from the practice of Christian Science, not “organized bigotry and repression,” according to the board’s statement. “Any effort to separate health and healing, compassion and caring, from the religious life of mankind is more than thoughtless; it is self-defeating.” Many of the efforts of The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in the past year were focused on the welfare of children and the restoration of strength to families, Porter said. The Christian Science Publishing Society's Monitor Channel on cable television was launched with a special scries on children entitled, “Childhood: A Journey.” The May issue of World Monitor magazine featured articles on children’s issues including an in-depth report entitled “Growing Up Confident.” And the church’s daily newspaper. The Christian Science Monitor, ran two major series: “Rais-    m ing Children: Who’s in Charge?” and wOlHOt SI Cl ll “Being 16 Around the World." Reports given at the annual meeting, Porter said, “highlighted the importance of seeing Christian Science as not merely an alternative to conventional medical care, but as a deeply Christian way of life that finds healing through commitment to Bible Precepts and practical spirituality. “Well-documented healings of diabetes, deafness, epilepsy, hepatitis and pneumonia were reported at the meeting. Videotaped interviews were shown of individuals discussing their healings of life-threatening hemorrhaging and severe, longstanding pleurisy.” The half-day meeting, Porter said, which will be re-broadcast on shortwave radio in English, German, Spanish, French and Portuguese, was opened by Jurgen Kurt Stark of Boston, outgoing president of the mother church. The incoming president is Jill Gooding of Surrey, England. Pointing out the level of progress achieved in the Comal County Senior Citizens’ Foundation drive to raise funds for renovation of its new center to Bob Dingeldein, a board member, left, is Tim Morris, chairman of the business and individual contributors committee. With the men are Dingeldein’s grandchildren, Carl and Alan Dingeldein. The sign was erected on Main Plaza by John Lovett of River City Builders. (Photo by Erik Karlsson) ‘Last Supper’ shown LOS ANGELES (AP) — •'The Last Supper,” a monumental work by the Spanish Renaissance painter Pedro Berruguete, has gone on view at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. The painting was acquired by the museum as a gift of the Ahmanson Foundation. The museum says it is the only large canvas in the United States by this leading 15th-century artist. 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