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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Bfaunt els HmaM-Zeitung    T uesday, February 26,1985 Dear Abby President Reagan Sends His Dollars to March of Dimes DEAR ABBY: Although I’ve en joyed your column for many years and consider myself a fan, I haven’t often had the occasion to sit down and pen a “Dear Abby” letter of my own. But like most of your readers, I have some hope I’ll see my message in print anyway. As a result of your plea in a recent column, I received an avalanche of birthday greetings. I deeply appreciate this outpouring of friendship and good will. The response by your readers to your request was truly heartwarming, and I hope they’ll understand why I cannot possibly thank them all individually for helping make this Feb. 6 especially memorable. Please pass on to your readers my gratitude for their many cards and kind words. I am also grateful to you for taking the opportunity to encourage public support for the important work of the March of Dimes. As you know, January 1985 was March of Dimes Birth Defects Prevention Month. In honor of this observance, I urged all Americans to support the efforts of this organization in the battle against birth defects. The response to this call—especially as shown by the mail we received at the White House—has been truly outstanding. Although we cannot acknowledge the many writers who sent contributions to the White House for the March of Dimes, I want you and them to know that we have turned over their donations to the March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation for use in its research program. Your readers can best help the March of Dimes in the future by sending donations directly to: March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, PO. Box ‘2000, White Plains, N Y 10602. This will alleviate any delay in those contributions reaching the March of Dimes, and it will also solve the tremendous logistical problems that arise when monetary items of any kind are sent to my attention at the White House. Your readers’ cooperation in this request will make my stuff much happier, and it will also allow the March of Dimes to get to work immediately on the vitul activities your readers are supporting. Thanks again for ult the birthday greetings, and God bless you and your many readers. Sincerely, RONALD REAGAN Horoscope DEAR MR. PRESIDENT: Thank you for your gracious letter. The March of Dimes is profoundly grateful to you for making this year’s March of Dimes the most successful since its goal has been the prevention of birth defects—our nation’s No. I child health problem. DEAK ABBY: I feel great! I sent a check to the president for the March of Dimes. I didn’t send a dollar, I sent five—one for me, and four more for others who can’t afford to. PAULA K., ODESSA. TEXAS DEAR ABBY: After reading how the March of Dimes began. I sat down and wrote a check for $5 ($1 for each of my healthy sons), and I was amazed at the feeling it gave me. Thanks for helping a wonderful Crossword cause. ELAINE, PHOENIX ACROSS 1 Saurel 5 Barren 9 Package* 14 Whip mark 15 Italian painter 16 Flavoring 17 Vital stat. notice 10 Jazz fan* 19 Exploit 20 Progre**" 22 Appointed 24 Opt* 26 Jolly- flag 27 Shadow 29 Carried out 30 Wilt 33 LP*. e.g. 37 Prima donna 36 Aslan chiefs 39 Numerical prefix 40 Buffalo 41 Seeds 42 Wandering 44 Filthy abode 45 Average 46 Consumed 47 Pacific Northwest shrub 49 Gods' drink 53 Oaf 57 Headstone 56 Of spaces 59 Over 61 Printing style abbr. 62 Pierce 63 Revamp 64 French river 65 Finished 66 Eve’s garden 67 Cartoonist DOWN 1 Was profane 2 Intrigue 3 Matched 4 Radio tubes 5 Curve 6 Decipher 7 Inurn 8 Removing 9 Captured 10 Close by 11 Itemize 12 Villa d’— 13 Sesame, e g. 21 Destiny 23 Sponsorship 25 A Caesar 26 Writings 30 "OK, OK”: Sp 31 Bard's river DEAR ABBY: I’m 82 now, but I remember when Eddie Cantor asked people to send a dime to President Franklin Roosevelt for the March of Dimes in honor of his birthday. I sent my dime—in those days all it took was a 2-cent postage stamp. I sent a dollar to President Reagun for his birthday as you suggested. GRETA IN LONG BEACH DEAR ABBY: I sent a dollar to President Reagan for his birthday in honor of the March of Dimes. Did you? JUNE IN BURNHAM, MAINE DEAR JUNE: No, but thanks for reminding me. □sma □□□a □□hob anna anna aranein raraaraaraasm araraara acara ranraoraa aaara □raaanora araarao amra □□□naraara □□BHB OHO Honan aaraa □a maoara a ana □ranraraora anan aaa Haanumrara nrara ararao □ara ararao LTJAIS 32 Squad 33 Cuffs 34 Issue 35 Quabac — 36 1933-36 agcy. 37 East or wast 40 Czech president Eduard — 42 Masculine 43 Cambridge tutor 45 Wearied 47 Expanse 46 Ran easily 50 Four: prat. 51 Arkin and Ladd 52 Sublease 53 Vendition 54 Next to Iraq 55 Darn 56 Swelling 60 Negative 1 2 3 4 14 1? 25 24 Bt Stella Wilder ii TUESDAY, PEB. 26 Bom today, you possess a definite and distinct personality that leads you to want to do things your own way. whether or not your way is society’s way or. at least, a way approved by society. Consequently, you are likely to suffer through many a confrontation with the powers that be over your decisions and activities. In the end, however, you should be able to prove the value of your way of doing things, for you will gain your goals without giving offense to anyone. Inclined to be self-conscious among strangers, you may at times miss the making of a fine relationship through your own timidity. In general, however, your interesting character and your exciting approach to life gains you friends without your having to put forth the effort. Also born on this date ars Johnny Cash, folk singer; Tony Randall, actor. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. Let four birthday star be your daily guide. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 27 PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) -Resolve family argument before leaving the house today. Otherwise, matters worsen. ARIES (March 21-April 1B) • Don’t be too demanding of younger family members at this time. Judge according to age, ability. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) -You receive news today that will alter your financial status You may have to act quickly to make it stick. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -Independent action makes you the center of attention today Disregard minor objections to your progress CANCER (June 21-July 22) - A bright financial picture encourages you to new activities Take family members into your confidence LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - One who objects to your activities now will want ta participate in them later. Be patient. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - You must avoid any risk to life and limb today. Your chances of keeping out of accident are otherwise slim. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) -Employment matters cause you concern this morning State your case and let it go at that. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -Your loyalty is repaid today. Accept a favor as your due, but don’t be tactless about it. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) - Information from an unusual source provides you with the incentive you need to proceed with a new PrtSfHPIICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Improve your work habits and you improve your work! This is a good day to go Tor peak performance ioU^EUenV20-Feb. 18) -Make adjustments on the employment scene and harmony is reestablished on the home front. I5 6 7 8 15 nfl 9 MO ill 112 lid [TS" [19 rn RS" RS" 58 62 ST [59 RET 166 ADVANCED SATELLITE T.V, ANNOUNCES THE WINNER OF THEIR PORTABLE TV GIVEN LEROY W. BIERSTEDT AT THE HOME PRODUCT SHOW Thank You For Visiting with Us & Your Interc9t. 997 La Sula St.    919-1149 Every TUESDAY Is BARGAIN DAY ALL Stats Are $2.00 AU Day DUDLEY MOORE MUM & Maude (taUMOiA MOUM*    [ex A New COMEDY from TMI DlttCTOk AND STAR WHO DROUGHT YOU 10 1:00*. 3:00*, I 8:00* Bargain Tims 7:00 8:00 •Only os tat . 4 Sun THE B REAKFAST CLUB „ *    NC    TUIN 1:18*. 1:18*, 8:18* 7:18 8:18 •Only en tat. A Sen. Sot. V Sun. 2.15 405 7.15 905 mon. 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