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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 3, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald Ztltung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, December 3, 1991 Page 3 Crossword ACROSS 1 Vote in 6 Entrance 10 Bridge teat 14 Wand 15 Lined up 16 Put an edge on 17 Not hidden 18 Shortcut 20 Loch — 21 The old —: Ireland 22 Sheeplike 23 Sourness 25 Lets up 27 - tire 30 Experiencing 31 Prevent 32 Summoned 33 UK law-enforcement org. 36 Soft drinks 37 Aquatic athlete 38 Ponder 39 for the Road” 40 Dropped off 41 — sugar 42 Swiss goat 44 Throbbed 45 Questioned 47 Legend 48 Wrote down 49 Farm enclosure 50 Exceed 54 Lovingly 57 Nez — Indians 58 Spanish artist 59 Stir up 60 Trade talk 61 Cowpoke's steed 62 Alaskan city 63 Puts in storage DOWN 1 Black: poet. 2 Bathe 3 French seasons 4 Pirates 5 An explosive 6 Croc's kin 7 Infertile 8 Jones or Sawyer 9 Wool source 10 Beardless 11 Team trophies 12 Concerning 13 Pools 19 Not hollow 21 Sun 24 Tabby, perhaps 25 Was furious 26 At any time 27 Intent 28 Maintain 29 Some savers 30 Safe place 32 Languished 34 Bit of land 35 Owner’s proof PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED SEI rn sandra raran raraarara ararao sonora srarans aa 37 Hamlet, e g. 38 Impudent: archaic 40 Ralph — Emerson 41 Kind of cup 43 Warns 44 — TV 45 Grind (teeth) 46 Lover 47 Manner 49 Negligible 51 Jason's ship 52 Tug s tow 53 Collections 55 Coffee container 56 Can.-US canal 57 — de deux Dear Abby __ Magic Johnson sets standard for AIDS response DEAR READERS: Since the day Magic Johnson stepped to the microphone and calmly announced that he tested positive for the AIDS virus, we have been hearing a great deal about AIDS. It is no longer “a gay disease,” and as Johnson said, “If it could happen to me — it can happen to anybody.” Please read what Anna Quindlen, the brilliant New York Times columnist, had to say about the subject: “In the IO years since five gay men with pneumonia became a million people who are HIV-positive, this illness has brought out the worst in America. “Last year we witnessed the canonization of one AIDS patient, a 23-year-old woman named Kimberly Bergalis, who says she ‘didn’t do anything wrong.’She is a lovely white woman with no sexual history who contracted AIDS from her dentist. She is what some people like to call ‘an innocent victim.’ “With that single adjective we condemn those who get AIDS from sex and those who get it from dirty needles as guilty, and ultimately unworthy of our help and sympathy. We imply that gay men get what they deserve, and people who shoot up may as well be dead. It’s a little like being sympathetic to the healthconscious jogger who dies of a heart attack during a stint on the Stairmaster, but telling the widow of the couch potato, ‘Well, if he hadn’t eaten all those hotdogs, this wouldn’t have happened.’ “How are all those parents who denigrate ‘queers’ and ‘j unkies’ going to explain what happened to Magic Johnson? How are all those pious people who like to talk about ‘innocent victims’ going to deal with the lovable basketball star, the all-time sports hero, who stressed safe sex when he told the world he was HIV-positive? Will this finally make them say to their kids, ‘It could happen to you,’ and make them stop relying solely on chastity and start dealing with reality? “Magic Johnson, with that engag ing personality, that athletic legerdemain, that grin — this is what AIDS looks like. Why can't we learn to deal with our national tragedy with as much dignity and determination as this good man brings to his personal one?” DEAR ABBY: I am hoping you can help with a research project we are doing at school. Almost all watch advertisements have their watches set at 10:10. (Digital as well as standard watches.) I was told years ago that this was to commemorate the bombing of Hiroshima, as it was at this exact time. Well, that theory is false. Hiroshima was bombed at 8:15 a m. Can you or anyone else answer this question for us? Thank you! G. TAYLOR AND THE FOURTH-GRADE CLASS, TRAFTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL, ARLINGTON, WASH. DEAR G. TAYLOR AND THE FOURTH-GRADE CLASS: According to the Association of Watch and Clock Collectors (Columbia, Pa.), the clock indus try baa been using that setting since the 1850s to illustrate sales catalogs. Their spokesperson said it is not true that the clocks are set to commemorate the bombing of Hiroshima — or the time that President Lincoln was supposed to have been shot, either. Watches and clocks are set at 10:10, and sometimes 1:50, because it looks good and presents a balanced face that is easy to read. WORTH CLIPPING (from Forbes magazine): “How do you know when you’re old? When you double your current age and realize you’re not going to live that long.” Michael L. Leyden n What te«*n-ag«r* need to know about lex, drugs, AIDS, and getting along with their peers and parents is now in Abby'* updated, expanded booklet, “What Every Teen Should Know."To order, send a long, businesa-sise, self-addreesed envelope, plus cheek or money order for $3.951 $4 JIO in Canada) to: Dear Abby. Teen Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris. IU. 61054. (Postage is included.) Award recipients A permanent plaque honoring seventh grade students who were selected as recipients of the Braunfels Foundation Award was recently presented to New Braunfels Middle School Principal Karen Simpson by vice president of the Braunfels Foundation Trust, Tom Burrus. Burrus also presented framed certificates to Klint Kingsbury, left, and Kristen Schlater, who are now eighth graders at NBMS. Runner-up certificates were also given to Misty Boenig, Kelly Clark, Anna Lisa Vargas, Trey Taylor and Adham Saad. Aso pictured, left, is Tom Purdum, president of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce. Senior Citizens Center calenda The coming of St. Nicholas is a German tradition. (Photo by Bill Ervin) Santa Claus to visit NB Si. Nicholas, die German Santa Claus, will visit with the boys and girls Thursday, Dec. 5 in New Braunfels. St. Nicholas will appear ut the Sophicnburg Museum at 2 p.m. and again at 6 p.m. There is space for 40 children at a time so there may be a delay defending on ihe size of die crowd. Parents are encouraged to pick up a copy of the St. Nicholas German custom at the Soplnenburg, 401 W. Coll T1XAS PKRFORMAMCI MVIIW Got an idea about how our state government could be more efficient? Here1! the chance you've waited for! Call us toll-free at_ I-800-MAT WASTI (I-800-232-8927) St. daily between IO a.m. and 5 p.m. before Thursday. Tuesday, Dec. 3 6 p.m. — Exercise with instructor Sue Dallis. (Excrcisc/pool arca) Wednesday, Dec. 4 IO a.m. — A ARP board meeting. (Nutritional Room) 11:30 a.m.-l:30 p.m. — New Braunfels Rotary Club. (Banquet Room) Thursday, Dec. 5 8:30 a.m. — Exercise with instructor Frances Harmon, 629-2014. (Exercise/Pool arca) 9:30 a.m.-noon — Spanish class. (Craft Room) 2 p.m. — Hawaiian exercise with instructor Hazel Eaton, 625-8204. (Exercise/pool arca) 6 p.m. — Exercise class widi Sue Dallis, 935-2843. (Excrcise/pool arca) Friday, Dec. 6 9 a.m. — Newcomer’s Club Men’s Bridge Group. 9:45 a.m. — Exercise with instructor Patly Vogt, 629-5627. (Exercise/ pool arca) 12:30 p.m. — Woodcarvers. (Craft Room) 2 p.m. — Begin setting up booths for Santa's Craft Show. Saturday, Dec. 7 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Santa’s Craft Show. (32 booths all types of crafts for sale) Sunday, Dec. 8 9 a m. — Christ the King Lutheran Church. Saturday, Dec. 14 5 pjn. Senior Citizens Foundation members Christmas pot luck supper. For more information call WALNUT 6 629-6400 lh 35 and Walnut Ave. Gladys Barding at 629-4547. The Senior Citizens Center is located at 655 Landa St. and a daily “Coffee Klatch" time is from 8:30-9:30 a rn. at the center. The Thrift Shop is open Wednesday. Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9:30 a m. to 3.30p m. 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