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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 17, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Horoscope More free cheese available T uesday The Community Council of South Central Texas has received another shipment of USDA cheese through the Food Services Division of the Department of Human Resource. The cheese will be distributed to low-income families, senior citizens and other needy households at different locations in the county. On Tuesday, persons aged 60 and over can pick up cheese at the Senior Citizens Center, 142 Comal Avenue from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., or at the Volunteer Action Center at the VFW Hall at Sattler between I and 4 p.m. Cheese will also be distributed that day at the Fischer Store on Wednesday from ll a.m. to3 p.m. Persons aged 59 and younger may pick up cheese at the Community Service Center (formerly the Neighborhood Service Center), 1015 W. San Antonio Street. For more information call luanda Ross, Comal County Aging Program Co-ordinator, Senior Citizens Center at 629-1161 or 629-1516. € Polar Bear bk Ashburn'* Jr ORDER YOUR HOLIDAY cakes Pies favors now • SCHOOL P a Rf IES • HOUSE PARTIES •NEIGHBORS YOUTH GROUPS CARPET CLEANING 625-3477 943 N. WALNUT Fond farewell Staff photo hy Cindy Richardson By STELLA WILDER FRIDAY. DEC. 17 Born today, you possess a surprisingly playful nature for one who appears outwardly to be so serious, even scholarly. Your sense of humor always manages to keep your solemn side in check so that you do not give in to moodiness or states of depression that periodically threaten to overwhelm you. You are concerned with life’s larger issues — economics, religion, politics — but it is the small, everyday matters that grant you your joys. You possess a fondness for children that keeps you ever on the verge of faith. Although in public you may appear somewhat timid, when involved in your particular field you know no shyness whatsoever. Indeed, you positively glow under the warmth of applause. You always take criticism to heart, using it to develop your gifts if you can. Also born on this date are: Arthur Fiedler, orchestra conductor; Gene Rayburn, TV entertainer; John Greenleaf Whittier, poet. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. Let your birthday star be your daily guide. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 18 SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) - You should receive the “go-ahead” on a new project before day’s end. Take care; don’t jump the gun! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) - Cooperate with family members in the interest of the very young. Much is gained before nightfall. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) — Take advantage of an opportunity to sit back and let others do the work for a change. Don’t insist. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) — Protect your own interests today. A surprise visit from an old friend may be more harrowing than it is pleasant. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — A question of personality arises and threatens to spoil plans for the weekend. Overlook etiquette breach. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — What you take on faith today is in a high-risk area of activity. Don’t be surprised to fail during p.m. GEMINI (May 21-June 201 — Another’s success may mean your failure. Refuse to be mentally set back; begin again to move forward. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Interest in a member of the opposite sex may place you in an embarrassing position today. Step aside. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Though you may not be a viable candidate for domestic achievement yourself, another is Lend a hand in p.m. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — A short trip may be just what is needed to lend proper perspective to a new project. Family fun at eve. LIBRA (Sept. 2H)ct. 22) — A side issure proves more interesting and more profitiable than mainstream activities. Investigate today. SCORPIO (Oft. 23-Nov. 21) — Ixmg-range plans must be discussed with all involved in the project; otherwise they fail in the long run. County Clerk Irene Nuhn prepares to cut the cake while County Court at Law Judge O H. ' Buck'' Buchanan watches at a party Thursday for the two outgoing officials. Both Nuhn and Buchanan did not seek re election this year and will be stepping down Jan. 1 Nuhn has served as County Clerk since 1964, while Buchanan has sat on the Court at Law bench since it was created in 1977. Texas Farm Bureau elects new president A record 1,417 voting delegates at the 49th annual Texas Farm Bureau Convention elected a state president and signaled a change in the direction of the farm program. S M True. Jr., a Plainview cotton, soybean and feed grain fanner, was elected president at the recent convention held in Dallas. He defeated Carrol G. Chaloupka who had served as president for eight years. In recommendations for national policy, convention delegates approved a supply management farm program, featuring a mandatory acreage set aside. According to that program, the delegates wanted 30 percent of wheat and feed grain acreage for the next year set aside, including a 15 percent paid diversion. Delegates rejected a proposal for federal crop insurance to be handled through the local Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. They wanted the federal crop insurance to refrain from what they termed “misleading advertisement" and asked that information be listed on premiums and indemnities. Delegates also supported a change in warehouse bankruptcy laws anil the establishment of rights and first priorities of producers holding title to stored grain. They also voted to support a proposed federal pecan marketing order that would raise money for research and promotion. Some of the state policies adopted included: • A proposal calling for "increased brucellosis research to develop improved vaccines for adult cattle and improved techniques of detection and a control or cure for brucellosis.” • A state fire ant program which includes aerial application and use of a durable chemical which remains effective long enough for ants to find and consume it. The program also supports use of ground application for spot treatment as a followup to aerial application. This policy also points out to the Environmental Protection Agency that fire ants are destroying small animals and ground nesting birds EYE OPENERS TELEVISION AND SIGHT Television watching is a pleasurable pastime a visually healthy one if you and your family follow certain guidelines They are 1 The picture on your set should be clear and stable 2 Avoid qlare or reflections on your screen from lamps windows or other bright sources 3 Position your Ty set approximately at eye level so there is no need to look up or down at the picture 4 Avoid prolonged fixating or starmq at the screen look around your room or out a window periodically 5 It you have glasses prescribed tor distances beyond two feet wear them* 6 Keeo the television room softly lit Don t watch TV in a totally dark environment 7 lf your eves water or there are any other discomforts while watching TV you should have a thorough eye examination ^resented as a public service by Dr. Henry Hull 147 Fredericksburg Rd. 625-5716 V alu-Line Of New Braunfels announces that it will start its long distance telephone service on January 24, 1983. Now every long distance telephone call that you place thru Valu-Line will save you from 20°/o to 30%. ♦One discount rate when verifying your phone bill. ♦You do not have to check for certain “network cities.” ♦You do not have to pay a monthly service charge. ♦You do not have to call San Antonio, Houston, etc. to resolve a problem. ♦YOU DO NOT HAVE TO PAY FULL LONG DISTANCE RATES. Give your business or yourself a bonus. Give us a call or stop in to see us. (Excuse the mess due to construction.) Valu-Line of New Braunfels 166 S. Comal New Braunfels, Tx. 78130 512-629-5066 SV students inducted into NHS Twenty Smithson Valley High School students have been inducted into the National Honor Society. The slate of new members includes five seniors and 15 juniors. Seniors inducted recently were Sandra Hons, Madelyn Marquis. Tracy Neeley, Randall Rigdon and Stephanie Zerbel. Juniors are Mindy Baker, Julie Cappel, Nancy Curtis, Becky Eckhardt, Mike Glover, Steve Golsch, Darren Gray, Sean Hays, Butch Lehmann, Georgia Ross, Brian Strandt-man, Roxy Veit, Kim Vesper, Kurt Walker and Shannah Williams. Selected by a faculty council, members were judged on scholarship, service, leadership and character. We Were Closed Thursday, Dec. 16th Only TO BE OPEN SUNDAY Dec. 19th For Gigantic Christmas Sale!! (Don I Miss Out On BIGGEST SAVINGS Of The Year) !Neui (Braunfels iluuielier (Next to Bernina’s) 358 Landa Antwmmg Pne-Cknitlmat Sale Save 10% ta 40% tut Pacltelle't entice block oh dm rn, mcairn.think, nobet aud tleepwew, including nm Holiday and Sating antiwit. Ckme fctwK a wide belection tuck tine, nationally-aduentited    Coba at 9$od. Sutton. Pontiaclie. fan}, Pencil, IHeHtta J P.B.p., Vicion Cotta,    Haymak etc. Take advantage af)    Huttale event lo tupplmenl yow own ut    anon lo totmom you low Hut Claut Itnat. AH gULpunckatet we exchangeable    balat ticket. Special 30 -daylayaway available on tale tnenckandite at no extna change. Ckti&lvm Slate Hem 9:30 AW -7:00 P W tktu Vecmhe* 241k. 172 IU. San Antonio St. in downtown lim ;