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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 12, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas MARCH 1993 HERALDZEITUNO ft 11 I IN THE NEWS Stockholm reduces arms production Sweden AP The international arms no longer nurtured by the Cold will shrink by about 25 per cent during die next five researchers say in a new The United States and Western Europe face deep but the biggest reduc tions are expected in the former Soviet says the report released today by the Stockholm International Peace Research Despite the downward the arms industry is growing in some including Japan and The report estimates that arms companies employ nearly 15 million people worldwide and that 3 to 4 million jobs in the industry will be lost by The institute warned that although the cut backs in the former Soviet Union could prove destabi lizing as up to 1 million formerly privileged arms workers face unem Long returns for Cheers farewell LOS ANGELES AP Shelley Long will return as the scholarly barmaid Diane Chambers for the final episode of The onehour episode May 20 will conclude the llth and final season of the NBC barroom Paramount Pictures spokesman John Wentworth said Wednes Miss Long won an Emmy as Diane during the comedys first She was nomi nated three more times in her remaining four years with the Reporter jailed for protecting source AP A newspaper reporter who was cited for contempt for refusing to divulge a confidential source elected to go to jail for 30 days rather than accept a compromise he said would have violated his Tim Roche rejected Lawton Chiles offer of free dom in exchange for 300 hours of community service The reporters lawyer insisted an uncondi tional pardon was necessary to protect the publics right to We came to vindicate a principle and not to compro George Rahdert 1 The governor knew that was our position and was playing chicken with And I guess he will report to jail on the lawyer a reporter for the Petersburg was working for The Stuart News in 1990 when a judge found him in contempt for refusing to say who let him see a con fidential child custody The Supreme Court refUsed to hear the Spring breakers swarming to Texas vacation spots Associated Press of students are thronging Texas beaches to celebrate spring lured in part by what they wont find at the seashore No no snow or and most impor tantly no parents for I brought a book to the beach the other Used it for a pil David said Thursday as he vacationed in It was We got fried on the 20yearold Kim Loomis said as she wound up her spring break trip to Galveston at a souvenir We just had a good just being stupid being away from our on vaca The spring break which began in late February and will run through early is draw ing hordes of high school and col lege students to the con dos and clubs along the Texas coast in search of sun and Although the visitors jam restaurants and roads and create lines at the onslaught also warms the hearts of merchants some of especially on South Padre depend on the income spring brea that only open up for spring Tourism is the only industry on the so officials work to put out the welcome mat for4he approximately students who will visit the island during spring Wheeler S6me of them pame to the island this About a quarter of a million stu dents are expected to converge on the Corpus Christi particu larly Port Aransas and Nueces Countys Luby Surf Pier and during the six weeks of spring said Dana communications manager for the Corpus Christi Area Convention and Visitors We really try to target fami Stammtisch Art League Louis Kerrs oil paintings of animals and baby girls are featured this month at the Arts Center 646 Wal nut Operated by the New Braun fels Art the gallery is open from 10 to 5 Tues days throught White Cane Weekend The New Braunfels Noon Lions Club and local businesses will be participating in White Cane Weekend and March 13 and 14 to raise mon ey for the blind and to fund sight preservation programs such as sight screening for Lions will be asking for your contributions of money and also will accept donations of used eye glasses at several sites around New Braunfels including Wai Mart and Childrens Museum The CMNTV Studio in the Art of Language Gallery at the Chil drens Museum is nearing com pletion byt now old movie or 35 mm cameras or televisions and video cas sette recordersare needed to help create a participatory exhibit where visitors will become the the director or the and will learn about television More information is available at 6200939 or at the Museum in the Courtyard shopping Donations are tax Eating counseling A free seminar on compulsive eating will be held at the Dit tlinger Memorial Library from to 8 at the Dit tlinger Memorial Topics will include an overview of the addiction the use of food out of control around food and identifying and breaking the pattern of compul sive Comal Springs con test Registration is still being accepted for the What the Comal Springs Mean to Our Communi ty Kim Wooldridge may be con tacted for more information at Student show UNIC channel will present a student produced show spotlighting Highlights at New Braunfels High School at 6 March 17 and Saturday 9 to 5 Sunday 11 to 5 Open Mike The Childrens Museum wil hold an Open Mike night at 7 March 12 at the Museum in the Courtyard Shop ping More information is available at 6081104 or Class of 1942 The New Braunfels High School Class of 1942 will hold a gettogether at March 12 at Pats Place South in Cibolo on Farm to Market Road Christian Drama First Protestant Church will be having short dramas depicting the life of Christ each Wednes day night in conjunction with reg ular Lenten The dramas began March Youth Theatrefest Texas Youth Theatrefest will be held at 3 and 7 March 13 at the Circle Arts The atre in Landa Admission is per or for Springiest The Downtown Merchants Association will host their annu al Springfest from 10 to 3 April 24 at the New Braunfels Utilities parking Concession stands and food booths will be and ven dors interested in operating a booth must contact the associa tion by March The cost of reserving booth space is per Corbie Yeaman may be con tacted for more information at MidTex Symphony The New Braunfels Chapter of the MidTexas Symphony Guild has announced its Spring Home Tour and Raffle tickets are on sale from Guild Raffle tickets are or six for Drawing will be held April 17 at the conclu sion of the Home The Home Tour which will fea ture five outstanding New Braun fels homes will be held from 10 to 4 Tickets are in advance and the day of the Rummage Sale The Eden Heights Apartments Tenants Association is sponsor ing a patio rummage sale from 9 to 4 March 13 at 627 Lakeview Items available include jigsaw decorative records and a ski Many residents will also have items for Benefits from the sale will go into the Associations fund for Bake sale The Cross Lutheran Church annual rummage and bake sale will be held from 9 to 3 Friday and March 12 and at 169 Hickory Sweetheart program The New Braunfels Elks Lodge Sweetheart Program which rais es money for the Childrens Donostic Center at Ottine will host a Garage Sale Bake Sale Arts and Crafts Sale along with Nelda Ohrt and her South ern Image Also there will be Garvy and Biscuits with coffee This will be at the Elks Lodge at 353 South Seguin start ing at 8 March Temporary Location RHOADS INTERIORS 666 Landa 6253477 Formerly Waynes Garden Center The cookbook everyone is talking about TEXAS COUNTRY REPORTER COOKBOOK l Over 400 favorite recipes from the viewers of the popular TVshow hosted by Hob Phillips Colorful anecdotes about the history of the dish Great variety of recipes Including Washday Blue Norther Meatball Hard Times Top of Texas to name a COOKBOOK s n grent ft for your cooks HeraldZdtung 707 Landa We do not necessarily target the but we also do not turn them Stephens It is an economic boost to community because although nibst people assume they do not have a lot of theyve been saving for this so they do bring a lot of money with In March visitors add some million to mil lion dollars to the said Donald executive direc tor of Galvestons park board of Doing his part Thursday was Brock a 19yearold freshman who drove 25 hours straight from Central Michigan University along with Loomis and two i Maichele cost for three sets of I horns two pairs of which were more than 4 feet long at afcr dochs Bathhouse souvenir imp along Galvestons My parents are going to love4 he said We dont have longhorns up Loomis volleyball and ketball swimsuit and sand castle contests have beeti Organized for the students at the major FORECAST decreasing clouds after Very cold with lows near 20 Hill Country to near 30 south cen A freeze warning is in effect sunny with highs in the Saturday clear and Lows near 20 Hill Country to near 30 south partly cloudy with highs near morning otherwise partly Lows in the 30s hill 40s south Highs near late night and morning other wise partly Lows in the 40s to near Highs in the 70s to near WATER WATCH Comal cfs up M Edwards feet up Canyon Lake cfs doVvrVi Canyon Lake cfs same Lake feet up information for Water Watch is provided daily by officials with New Braunfels Utilities and the Army Corps of Engineers at Canyon TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLt ACROSS 1 Silent as the 5 Singer McEntlre 9 Plant part 14 Acting award 15 the Terrible 16 Instrument 17 Trueheart 18 Animal collections 20 Helper 21 In addition to 22 Warns 23 Yellow fruit 25 A South Indian 27 absentee 29 Guys counterpart 30 Baby buggy 34 Go wrong 36 Make less narrow 38 Come Back Little 39 Recapitulation 41 Local Inhabitants 43 Festive occasions 44 Picture holder 46 Overhead RRs 47 Doing business 48 Discern 49 Young salmon 51 Noblemen 53 Stands up 56 Dynamo part 60 62 Asian coin 63 Annoyance 65 Spanish river 66 Doctrine 67 Standard quantity 68 Splash 69 Cubic meter 70 Private eyes 71 Head DOWN 1 Complete 2 Fat 3 Agatha Chris tie heroine 4 Award 5 Chink 6 Incident 7 Firstaid Item 8 Memorabilia 9 Magic words 10 Ireland 11 Two 12 Dill herb 13 Profit and 19 Womans name 24 time for all good 26 Food from heaven 28 30 Greek letter 31 Workable the other way round 32 Actor Walter 33 Church rite 34 Therefore 36 Harvest 37 Yield with courtesy 38 Pilfer PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 31283 1993 UnltMl Future 40 Operated 42 Electric unit 45 Type of evergreen 48 Marsh bird 50 Hardest to find 61 Singer Lehmann 52 Uncomplaining 64 Fortune tellers card 56 Slant 56 Perches 57 Transit allowance 6B British composer 59 Row 61 Insects 64 Egypts
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