New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 4, 1991, Page 5

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung June 4, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald Zeitung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, June 4, 1991 Page 5 Television log [tuesday JUNE 4 NASA prepares jellyfish for third launch attempt 7 PM 7:30 SPM 1:30 9 PM 9:30 10 PM 10:30 11 PM 11:30 12 AM 12:30 GDO USAT Who s Boss? Hd of Class Roseanne Coach China Beach News Who’s Boss7 Hunter Nighthne Into the GD O KMOL Matlock Billy Graham C Everett Koop News Tonight Show Love Connect Letterman CE O KENS Rescue 911 MOV: ww Takoa Away 1989 News ( 35) Cheers ( 05) Cosby Jeffersons Magnum, p i CE O KIRN MacNeil/Lehrer Nova .....I Frontline Stop Strokes Encounter Surveying Made in Tx Off Air SD <D XWEX De Muieres Carne Propia Pobre Diabla ! De Nadie ( IO) Notici (40) De (10) Festival en Acapulco 91 St 09 KRRT MOV: ww North Short 1987 Airwolf Brothers Arsenio Hall Party Mach Its a Living J Honeymooners (3D GE) KASS MOV: ww On tho Lint 1984 B. 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(AP) — A fresh batch of 2,478 tiny jellyfish was counted, rinsed and ready to load onto space shuttle Columbia today for NASA’s third attempt to launch the biomedical research mission. Columbia is scheduled to blast off at 8 a m. EDT Wednesday with the jellyfish as well as 30 white rats and seven astronauts. The first two tries were thwarted by equipment trouble. NASA test director Mike Lembach said the latest countdown, which began Monday, was going well. The countdown was halted less than an hour before scheduled liftoff Saturday because of a faulty navigational unit. Bad fuel temperature sensors and computer components stopped the first countdown on May 21, a day before the scheduled liftoff. Dorothy Spangcnberg, a biologist from Eastern Virginia Medical School in Norfolk, Va., who’s in charge of the jellyfish, said the delays were frustrating but not surprising. “We know this is a complicated operation, so we just planned for that,” she said. “We’re in for the long haul, if necessary.” Spangcnberg needs 2,478 new jellyfish, at just the right stage of development, for every launch attempt. As of Monday, Spangcnberg had rinsed her new spaccbound creatures five times — she wants them “super clean.” She also counted them twice “to be sure we have the exact number.” She and her team planned one more rinse and one more count today before putting the jellyfish in water-filled plastic bottles and bags for flight. During the nine-day mission 184 miles above Earth, the astronauts will videotape the behavior of the jellyfish. Iodine will be added to the water of some jellyfish to induce development. The jellyfish and the rats will be examined after Columbia returns lo Earth so scientists can better understand how the weightlessness of space affects living things. Most of the mission’s experiments involve Columbia’s human crew. Three doctors and one cell biologist will draw blood from erne another and monitor each other’s hearts, blood pressure and lung and kidney function. Cardiologist F. Andrew Gaffney has had a catheter threaded from his arm to a large blood vessel above his heart since Friday. Doctors decided to leave it in place until Wednesday’s launch attempt. Gaffney will be the first person to fly in space with a catheter. He will remove the plastic tube with help from the other physicians about eight hours into the flight following blood pressure checks. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is particularly interested in space motion sickness, a medical mystery. More than half of all astronauts become nauseated and dizzy during their first few days in space. DEAK ABBY: About 12 years ago, I gave a beautiful handmade quilt to my nephew and his wife as their wedding gift. I made it myself, and everyone who saw it said it was a work of art. I did not deliver it myself. Another relative carried it to n.y nephew's home. I got a thank-you for the gift, but it was not said that the gift was a handmade quilt. To make a long story short, a few months ago I was at this nephew’s home and I saw the quilt hanging on a quilt stand in their bedroom. I asked who made the stand and my nephew’s wife said. “My brother made the stand, and my grandmother made the quilt.” I asked. “Where is the one I gave you?" She said, “This is the only one we have." Now, the grandmother has lived with that lie on her conscience all tiles- years — letting people believe that she made it when she knows perfectly well that I made it. My advice to anyone who has a nile gilt to give: Deliver it yourself! And. Abby, don’t you think somebody owes me an apology? STILL HURT IN OHIO DEAR STILL HU KT: Good advice! But it wouldn't hurt to have enclosed a gift card with the quilt with a brief message: “Made with love from Aunt (    )    to    (    ).” Since this is irritating you, why don't you set the record straight and tell your nephew and his wife that you made the quilt that was delivered to them by another relative, who took the credit for having made it? DEAK ABBY: The copy of “Please God, Tm Only 17 'appeared iii today’s Chicago Tribune, and its appearance was very timely. Just yesterday. I confiscated my 17-year-old son’s driver s license after overhearing a conversation w ith a friend in which lie boasted of dom - (id in a 45-mile zone on a small residential country road, ii didnt know yet how long I would keep it 01 what else I might have him do in order to make an impression. I t decided upon the following course of action alter reading your column. I clipped it and gave it to him w ith tin- billow mg; "Dear John: \\ hen you copy this little piece,’Please God. lint Inly 17.’ 25 times iii sour neatest w ruing and on good paper, and prominently display all 25copies iii your bedroom i nope, make an extra two copies, one for each carl, you may have your license hack John, this is called tough love. Remember It. You mas have to use it some dai with one ol your own children. I love you. Mom Thanks, Abby. TONI WEAVER. McHenry, ill. CONFIDENTIAL TO CLH. IN OTTAWA, CANADA: “The more things a man is ashamed of, the more respectable he is." (George Bernard Shaw) You, sir, are a very respectable man. To get Abby’s booklet “Hoi* to Write Letters for All Occasions,” send a long. business-si/e. sclf-addressedl envelope, plus cheek or money order for $3.951$4.50 in Canada) to: Dear Abby. Letter Booklet, P.O. Bo* 447, Mount Morris. III. 11054. (Postage is included.) 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You’ll benefit during the evening CANCER (June 21 July 22) - There s no way to anticipate all that will come your way today, but you can focus on one particular area with good results tm $ rn eft rn aa v * • a ROMERA! i)Ne AI MMM C>»ilH Wmwui TMI Ium( WB Dally 2:00 4:00 7:00 9 OO «*•**» n'linrmifl mw luKUES.n LEO (July 23-Aug 22) - This is a good day for settling debts or for tend mg to other personal business you'vt been putting off VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22) - You’ll have a chance to help others while learning a great deal at the time Later. comprehension will increase LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) - If you re expecting to have fun with that extra cash in your pocket, you'd bettei get business out of the way earls SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) You can avoid all manner of lies and de ceptions today, but you may still be suspicious of certain’individuals SAGITTARIUS (Nos 22-Dec 21) — Superficial factors today are not likely to affect you Bad weather or good, this can be a beautiful day for you CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan 19) -Guessing games are not for you todas You must go after the information you need in a straightforward manner AQUARIUS (Jan 20-Feb 18) -Though you don't usually accept “ho cus-pocus' reasons for what is going on. today logic isn t likely to suffice PISCES (Feb If-March 20) - You aren’t one for tradition today, but there's something about old-fashioned methods that will appeal to you ★★★★★★★★★★ ARILS (Matcb 21-April 19) You should be able to impress others even while remaining in the background today There s no need to show oft TAURUS (April 2U Mas 20) — Though you may think someone close to you is merely playing games, he or she is being more serious than you can know Jan’s Van Tours June 3 Laredo June 6 Day Tour Governor's Mansion State Capitol June 7 Painted Church lour June 9 Astro Baseball 629-5279 * * * * * * * * * LANDA STATION < Kt MAI HSNIX IAN r 7 a- y -e 629-3311 ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ HS) Sh. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: June 4, 1991

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