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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 29, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Za/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, October 29, 1991 Page 3 Crossword ACROSS 1 Hemmed and 6 Lazy 10 Impudent 14 A resin 15 Antler bearer 16 Arab ruler 17 "... poem lovely as 18 Present 20 Accomplisher 21 Christmas gift 22 — tax 23 Lope or trot 25 Coat parts 27 Film connection 30 Wooded area 31 Detached 32 Laugh scornfully 33 Charged atom 36 Clique 37 Flowers: informal 38 Cornbread 39 Phonetic symbol 40 Foreheads 41 Waltz or tango 42 Ledger pages 44 Did not catch 45 Cree or Otoe 47 Shade 48 Baked items 49 Gender 50 Heating device 54 Landmark 57 Corroborate 58 God of love 59 Mideast country 60 Strong winds 61 Condensations 62 Imitate 63 Wide-awake DOWN 1 Chief 2 High: Sp. 3 Used to be 4 Appearing 5 Succumb 6 Jackass 7 Refuse 8 Authorize to 9 Go astray 10 Bicycle parts 11 Attempts to surpass 12 Kitchen tool 13 Lock of hair 19 Noted Canadian doctor 21 Fasten 24 Crackerjack 25 Some students 26 Mineral sources * 27 —and-onion stuffing 28 Project 29 ‘ Hiawatha" author 30 Defects 32 Engulf 34 — and for all PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED HHH 35 Poverty 37 Happy look 38 Of the countryside 40 Rapture 41 Hullabaloo 43 More-- 44 Cake — 45 Equipped 46 Wavy-patterned fabric 47 Miniature 49 Break 51 Field mouse 52 Always 53 Tree home 55 Spasm 56 Spanish gold 57 Sports assn.Dear Abby Ex-smoker made dippy deal by using snuff 1 2 3 4 ■ 6 7 8 I 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 I 16 17 j 18 19 20 ■ 21 22 23 24 _ ■ " 26 27 28 29 _ ■ 30 31 rn 32 P 33 34 35 36 _ rn 3, _ ■ 38 39 _ ll AO L. _ ■ P 42 43 L ■ 44 45 46 I 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 ob LO ■ 59 nil 60 61 I 62 I63 DEAR ABBY: When I was in high school, I used to smoke a pack of cigarettes a day. After I graduated, I went to work in a nuclear plant where smoking wasn't permitted, so as a safe alternative, I started dipping snuff. Well, it wasn’t as safe as I thought it was, because I became addicted. Dipping snuff is the first thing I do in the morning and the last thing I do before I go to bed. I’ve noticed that my gums are receding and my teeth are spreading apart. I now have a permanent dent in my mouth between the cheek and gums where the snuff sets. When I see my friends who are beginning to dip, I show them what’s happening to me, but it doesn’t seem to impress them. Even though I am now so addicted I’m doing two cans a day, I try to get them to quit. I guess some people will have to learn the hard way, like I did. I hope this letter stops at least one person from dipping. It’s just as bad a habit as smoking. Maybe worse. ONE HOPELESS GUY DEAR HOPELESS: It's commendable that you are trying to save others, but how about starting with yourself? Call the American Cancer Society (the toll-free number is (800)227-2345) and ask what kind of program is available for people who are hooked on dipping snuff — then join it. If you can kick the habit, you will make an excellent spokes person for the former “big dippers." Nobody can inspire others who are hooked on a habit and want to quit like the person who’s been there. DEAR ABBY: A year ago last spring I became engaged to a girl I thought was the most beautiful blonde in Illinois. I am an officer in the reserves, and when my unit was put on alert last summer, I wanted to get married right away instead of waiting until June as we had planned. My fiancee said, “No, let’s not hurry things.” I gave her an engagement ring that set me back $2,500. We wrote to each other, and I called her every Sunday. She kept telling me she couldn’t wait to be married and always told me that she loved me. Suddenly, after Christmas, I got a letter from her saying that she had been seeing an old boyfriend — she was pregnant and had to get married! When I got back home, I saw her and asked her to give the ring back. She stalled at first, then told me she had sold it because her husband is a free-lance photographer and he doesn’t work much. My parents said, “Be a gentleman and consider the ring your wedding present to her.” Abby, they really do need the money, but now I feel as if I’ve been slapped in the face twice by her. What do you think? SLAPPED AGAIN IN CHICAGO DEAR SLAPPED: She should have returned the ring as soon as she knew she was not going to marry you. You were extremely generous to consider the engagement ring her wedding present. After the snow job she gave you, a lesser man would have demanded the ice. DEAR ABBY: I need to settle a dispute concerning proper telephone etiquette. When someone telephones me and I am not at home, my brother asks if there is a message. If there isn’t one, he terminates the conversation. I say he should ask who is calling, so that I will, at least, know who called. As it stands, when I get home all I ani told is, “Someone called — and he didn’t leave a message.” My brother insists he has no right to ask more than, “Do you care to leave a message?” He says it would be rude — an invasion of privacy — to ask more. I say it is acceptable to ask, and if the caller does not wish to leave his name, he can say no. Who is right? D K. IN CONN. DEAR D.K.: It is not rude to inquire, “Who is calli ng, please?" But the problem could be easily resolved by using the following routine: The telephone rings. Your brother answers it. The caller asks, “Is ‘Donna’ there?" Your brother replies, “May I ask who is calling, please?" If the caller does not wish to leave his or her name, the stock reply will be, “Never mind, thanks, I’ll call back later." (Then he will hear the dial tone.) But nine times out of IO, the caller will give his name if asked before he’s told whether the party he’s calling is home or not. DEAR ABBY: If you’re not too tired of the bee issue, here’s a little poem for you: “The sex of a bee is hard to see “But he can tell, and so can she. “The queen is quite a busy soul “She has no time for birth control. “And that is why, in times like these, “There are so many sons of bees.” (Submitted, but not originated, by) JIM HARVEL, ARIZONA BEEKEEPER DEAR JIM: Let’s call it “To Bee or Not to Bee." DEAR READERS: Words to live by (I quote New York Times columnist A.M. Rosenthal, Oct. 8,1991): “Silence is a lie. Silence has a loud voice. It shouts, ‘Nothing important is happening — don’t worry.’ So, when something important is going on, silence is a lie." Hot off the presH — Abby’s new booklet, “The Anger in All of Us and How to Deal With It.” To order, send a long, businesslike, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for $3.95 ($4.50 in Canada) to: Dear Abby, Anger Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, 111. 61054. (Postage is included.) Stocks Pumpkin pickers Mountain Valley Elementary School first graders Evaleen Chalkey and Oliver Pfoat get acquainted with an 80-pound pumpkin won by the school In HEB’a Adopt-A-School Halloween contest. With the young-atera la Tarry Seige, Adopt-A-Sohool coordinator for the New Braunfels HEB Food Store. (CISD photo) Cafeteria workers air grievances By HOBKRT STEWART Staff Writer New Braunfels Independent School District officials now are addressing some of the issue! brought forward last week by cafeteria wonders. The workers voiced their concerns to the Board of Trustees in a closed grievance hearing last week. "When we started losing the commodities We started cutting back on howl and there was some disappointment about that and probably some miscommunication,” Superintendent Charles Birdberry said. "So what we’re going to do is put the number of houri worked in the job description.” Other concerns that will be addressed by the district include overcrowding of the central kitchen due to too much equipment and placement of floor mate in the kitchen. The central kitchen ii located at New Braunfels Middle School. Food is prepared there and distributed to other campuses. “It is very crowded,” Bradbcrry said. “It’s a legitimate concerti." The district has plans to move the central bakery to the new OakRun School when it opens in January. “We're going to be moving some equipment out of the central kitchen,” Bradbcrry said. “That's going to free up a lot of space.” Officials including Bradberry, Assistant Superintendent for Finance Lonnie Curtis, and Director of School Nutrition Services Fernando Mendez will be meeting with cafeteria employees to explain the chain of command for expressing concerns through the proper step*, Bradberry said. Mendez will also be explaining the employee evaluation process more thoroughly to clear up any misunderstandings, Bradberry said. Mendez ii sn employee of ARA Food Service Corporation which Is contracted by the school district to provide nutritional services. 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Mi WedghEI Wolwth Xerox Cp Zeniths Stocks wavered NEW YORK (AP) — Stock prices wavered in early trading today after the government reported the gross national product for the third quarter grew 2.4 percent, in line with expectations. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, which rose 40.70 points in the previous session, gained 0.22 at 3,045.84 in the first half hour of trading. Volume on the Big Board was came to 25.29 million shares as of IO a.m. on Wall Street. Advancing issues led declines by a ratio of 5 to 4, with 604 up, 482 down, and 591 unchanged on the New York Stock Exchange. Edgar W. Ram, equities analyst for Ernst & Co., said many traders anticipated the GNP report on Monday and they decided to sell after die report’s release. It was the biggest advance in the gross national product, the country’s total output of goods and services, in more titan two years. In corporate news, Salomon Inc. reported net income of $85 million, or 59 cents a share, for the third quarter against $79 million, or 54 cents a share the year earlier period. The company took a special charge of $200 million for potential fines and lawsuits arising from lite treasury bond scandal. Salomon was up VA al 27V1 in early trading. Time Warner was up 37/» at 90'/» after Toshiba Corp. and C. Iloh St Co. Ltd. said they would would acate a partnership with Time Warner and invest $1 billion in die venture. WALNUT 6 629-6400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave. Bargain Matinees Indicated by ( ) Jan’s Van Tours "Christmas Tuna" Majestic Theatre Nov. 21 Saturday Matinee Nov. 23 Deadline for resv. Nov. 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