New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 7, 1991, Page 3

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung November 7, 1991

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 7, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zi/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, November 7, 1991 Page .3 CrosswordDear Abby ACROSS 1 Opposing 5 Attire 9 Employees 14 Forsaken 15 Seaweed product 16 "The — Musketeers" 17 Kind of bio 18 —Strauss 19 Way 20 Actress Vera— 22 Asked 24 Vendor 26 Doctor s aide 27 Eulogize 29 Jr. officer 30 Achieved 33 Hindrances 37 Cause of distress 38 Classic works 39 Container 40 Cheese source 41 Inclination 42 Equines of old 44 Shirt shape 45 Slangy term of address 46 Overstuff 47 Church groups 49 Dishonor 53 Replica 57 Matriarchs 58 Foolish one 59 Having a stench 61 Gun inventor 62 Liable 63 Nobody 64 German river 65 More logical 66 Skiers’ delight 67 Precious DOWN 1 Aromatic wood 2 Duke or earl 3 Warble 4 Mind 5 Liq. meas. 6 Ripener 7 Bird 8 Fireplace fuel 9 Underline 10 The ones there 11 In : routinized 12 Celebration 13 Nurture 21 Comes close to 23 Coffee containers 25 Robot play 28 Illustrations 30 Platform 31 About 32 Tunisian officials 33 Liability 34 Weapon 35 Rake part 36 And not 37 Audacious 40 — on: idolized PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED Don’t interrupt cops who are working 42 Actuality 43 Possessed 45 Nastier 47 UK weight unit 48 Wise one 50 Soap substitute 51 — toast 52 Chemical compound 53 Mischief-makers 54 Unit of poetic meter 55 Press 56 El —: warm Pacific current 60 Moisture DEAR ABBY: Will you please ask your readers never to interrupt a police officer in the middle of a traffic stop unless it is a dire emergency? (Directions to the nearest restaurant don’t count!) Abby, we police officers never know who we are pulling over during a routine stop. It could be a murderer, an escaped felon or a minister. More law enforcement personnel are injured or killed during routine traffic stops than almost any other type of police activity. (It’s twice as dangerous at night.) Please don’t pull up right next to me as I’m approaching the car I just stopped and ask me for directions! We could both be in danger and I might not be able to guarantee your safety. We also make stops where the element of danger is known beforehand — such as an armed robber fleeing the scene. This is usually a planned stop where suspects are taken out of a car at gunpoint. If you should see one or more police officers with their guns drawn and pointed at someone, don’t walk up and ask, “What’s going on?” We are not filming “T.J. Hooker.” If a police officer is all red in the face and yelling at you and waving an arm in a sideways motion while holding a gun in the other, don’t wave back. It isn’t a greeting. Move! You are in the line of fire! Thanks, Abby, for letting me get this off my chest. CALIFORNIA COP, LOMPOC, CALIF. DEAR READERS: He’s right. When officers are on duty, they are not playing cops and robbers; it’s the real thing. So, please, don’t interrupt an officer who is obviously busy doing his job. DEAR ABBY: Well, it happened again tonight! Don’t people realize that in this day and age, it is not safe to assume anything? I am a 21-year-old man — stable and successful — and I am presently seeing a woman who is 19 years my senior. For some reason (probably because I look younger than I am), people tend to assume that we are mother and son. Abby, you would not believe the pain and frustration it causes my girlfriend when people tell her what a handsome “son” she has! She doesn’t look anywhere near old enough to be my mother. Tonight when we came out of a restaurant and the valet retrieved my car, the young fellow who brought us our car said, “Gee, if my mom had a car like this, she’d never let me drive it!” Please let your readers know that assumptions can be rude. I doubt there would be a problem if I was 40 and she was 19 or 20. HATES ASSUMPTIONS DEAR HATES: Unfortunately, some assumptions — when verbalized — can be cruel as well as rude. However, when a 40-year-old man is in the company of a 19- or 20-year-old woman, the assumption is more likely to be that they are boyfriend and girlfriend. Today, when people are living longer and taking better care of themselves (physically, nutritionally and sometimes with a little help from a plastic surgeon), age is merely a number. But on the chance that it could be embarrassing, it’s wise to make no assumptions concerning the relationship between a male and female. Want your phone to ring? Get Abby’* booklet, “How to Be Popular” — for people of all ages. To order, send a long, business-size, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for $3.95 ($4.50 in Canada I to: Dear Abby, Popularity Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, III. 61054. (Postage is included.) 1 2 3 4 I 5 6 7 I 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 ! I 19 20 "I I 22 23 24 \ rn 26 27 28 ■ 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 ■■37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 ■TT ■ c. 48 ■ L 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 ■ L 58 ■ 49 60 I I" 62 I 63 64 65 4 I 66 g I67 Stocks NEW YORK (AP) Attorney announces he will run for office W. David Friesenhahn, assistant county attorney of Comal County, has announced his candidacy for the office of Guadalupe County Attorney. The 27-year-old resident of Seguin is seeking the Democratic nomination for county attorney in the March, 1992 primary. Friesenhahn, who was formerly first assistant county attorney for Guadalupe County, said he outlined a series of proposals designed to reform the Guadalupe County Attorney's office. The areas of reform include prosecution of domestic violence cases, crime victims' assistance, alternative dispute resolution and assistance to law enforcement agencies. In the ares of domestic violence, Friesenhahn would have the County Attorney's Office seek protective orders for all victims of family violence. The Guadalupe County Attorney's office has not made it a practice in the past to seek protective orders for all victims of family violence, even though it is authorized under law to do so. Friesenhahn also wants to establish plans for comprehensive crime victims' usistance and alternative dispute resolution. Another goal for Friesenhahn ii to make the County Attorney's office more accessible to local law enforcement agencies, providing them with more us! stance in everyday matters such u obtaining search warrants. Although Friesenhahn officially announced his plans to run for office this week, he has been organizing his effort for the put several weeks. In addition to forming a campaign staff, Friesenhahn said he hu begun meeting with local Democratic Party off!- area dais and volunteers and with attorneys to discuss the issues in the upcoming election. He said he plans to mount a petition drive in December in order to collect the necessary signatures to place his name on the March primary ballot. Friesenhahn was bom in San Antonio in 1964 and was raised in La Vernia, Texas. He graduated from Rice University in 1986 and received his law degree in 1989 from the University of Texas. He hu worked as assistant county attorney for Comal County since February 1991. 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Kingsbury 7wv*i Seguin, Texas GUESTS APE WELCOME! Saturday, Nov. 9; 8-J 1:30 Leo Heinrich Nam tmMmg rtunmrnmftr Nam Ymr'i tat Rpsprvfltioas Cai 379-1079 Volume on the Big Board camel to 23.92 million shares as of IO a.m. xxi Wall Street. BOWL EVERY SUNDAY 1PM TO 6PM COMAL BOWL 99 A GAME 625-6265 HWY 81 AND WALNUT U*TM«AWT*aU h7 _    ■—4T M K-S MMI 629-3311 For To Go Wurst Special Early Bid Lunch $1.00 Off Lunch Special & Menu Meals From 11:00-NOON. Weekdays Eat-In Only - SEG mVi „ County. CL i .    ^    k Line ^ SATURDAY. NOV 9 - 9 Public Notice On July 1,1991, Southwestern Ball Telephone filed an application with the Public Utility Commistion of Texas that proposes to delete Paragraph 3.4(G) from Section 3 of Southwestern Bell's Intrastate Access Service Tariff, which concerns credits where • customer usee Switched Access Service to furnish a service • which hts been defined to be an exchange service. The application was assigned Docket No. 10463. Because Southwestern Bell Ie not aware of any customers who presently use switched access service to furnish an exchange service, Southwestern Bell does not believe its revenues will be effected. However, certain interexchange carrier customers of switched access service have made claims under the aforementioned tariff. Such customer*, but only to the extent they provide an exchange service using switched access, would be affected by this application. Bated on claims made for credits (assuming such credits were allowable), Southwestern Bell's revenues would be affected by no more then $1,168,962 annually. which Ie .037 percent of the Company's adjusted revenue for the 12-month period ending December .31,1990. It is not possible to know how many Interexchange carriers might believe themselves entitled to credits, but 189 carriers have registered with the Commission pursuant to PUC Substantive Rule 23.61. The tariff, after suspension, Ie proposed to be effective May 1,1992 Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the Commistion et soon at possible, but no later then November 15,1991. A request to Intervene, participate, or for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commistion of Texas, 7600 Shoal Creek Blvd., Suite 400N, Austin, Taxes 78757. Furthar information may also be obtained by celling the Public Utility Commission Public Information Office at (512) 458-0256. The telecommunication* device for th* deaf (TDD) number is (512) 458-0221. @ Southwestern Bel Telephone ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: November 7, 1991

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