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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Spring Branch New Year's baby Blake William Owens doesn t know it but be s the debut baby few Comal Countv hi 1985 Shown with his mother Mary Blake was born at 4 55 a m Wednesday The vital statist>cs I claik pounds 5 ounces 21 inches lono His father pediatrician Dt Timothy Owens was on hand for the delivery- Horoscope Bv Stella Wilder FRIDAY. JAN. 4 Bom today, you are exceptional* Iv alert to mood changes that go on about you You may remain stable, but you change your approach to duties and responsibilities according to the emotional ups and downs of co-workers, friends and family You enjoy travel, but you also enjoy domesticity You enjoy personal independence, but you are dependent for your happiness on relationships with loved ones Thus contra dictions rule much of your life Your life is not destined to be always easy; it is. however, destined to be interesting and exciting Financial difficulties will alternate with financial windfalls, but you will remain much the same through it all. Also born on this dats sr# Dysn Cannon, actress; Edward P. Dutton, publtahar. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph Let your birthdav star be vour daily Crossword guide SATURDAY. JAN. 5 CAPRICORN (Dac. 22-Jan. 191-Read carefully the small print regarding property Be sure to count your change before closing a deal for good AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -You will be able to recover losses today, but only if you work at it Don t mistake signs of warning PISCES (Fab 19-March 20) -Legalities stand in the way of speedy progress on a new project Spend time going over recently acquired information ARIES (March 21-April 19) -Don't stray too far from home base today Children may need more than usual attention during p rn hours TAURUS (April 20 May 20) - A social gathering early in the day serves to put you in contact with one who can help you further your career GEMINI (May 21-June 20) -Argument on the home front cant be taken too seriously Laugh at your own intensity CANCER (June 21-July 22) - Keep lines of communication open This is no time even to consider striking out completely on vour own LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - Don t be surprised if an offer to help is construed as a desire to interfere Explain yourself VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sap!. 22) - You may have to change horses midstream Directives you thought certain may quite suddenly be recalled LIBRA (Sap!. 23-Oct. 22) - An invitation to accompany another on a journey is not to be taken lightly Ask for particulars SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - Be discreet Information you receive early in the dav is not to be passed on vet. regardless of incentives to do so SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) - Unless your source is impeccable. you would do well to do your own investigating, preferably dor ing a rn r ACROSS I Polluted mr 5 Girlfriend 9 Greek isle 14 Batt 15 Si Patrick s land 16 Recumbent 17 Ares sister 18 Scruples 20 Suffering 22 Expunged 23 Rested 24 Chemical suffix 25 Explode 26 kitty 27 Puppet 28 Woven fabric 31 M on aster y head 34 Golden touch king 35 Harem room 36 Encumber 37 Amorous one 38 Garment set 39 Spike 40 Transfers 41 Stations 42 Aider Scot 43 - and anon 44 Bovine 45 Desert undulations 47 Bdway sign 48 Decide 51 Meager 53 Diamond 55 Overcrowding 57 Pleasant 58 Canker 59 Giant 60 Russian name 61 Title papers 62 Individuals 63 Be apt DOWN I Coasters I * Ave 3 Bard 4 Exploit 5 Honest 6 Appeared 7 Containers 8 Jr officer 9 Helixes to Purlieus 11 Colossal 12 In the past 13 Kernel 19 House area 21 Uproar 25 Portends 26 Seedc ase 27 Scoter 29 Copyread PREVIOUS PUZZLE EOI VED 30 Strokes 31 Athena 32 Male animal 33 Rural affair 34 fashions 37 River banks 38 farm animal 40 Thuribles 4 i Paltry 44 Derricks 46 forced along 47 Get rn 46 fruit 49 Nut 50 Drift 51 Skim 62 Totem 53 Indication 54 I abnc type 56 In addition I 2 3 4 14 17 20 S3 Hurald-Zeitung (LISPS 377 880* lf you have not received your i\u>i*i bv 5 30 p rn Tuesday through Friday or bv 7 30 a rn Sunday call 625 ll 144 OI 658 1900 by lpm and 11 a rn respectively Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co 186 S Casten Ave New Braunfels th ^8)31 Second class postage pant at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co 186 S Casted Ave New Braunfels TX 78131 Dave kearner Claude Scruggs Bettie Kramer Robert Johnson Dave Kramer General Manager Publisher Office Manager Editor Advertising Manager Cheryl Mi Campbell    Class Mgr Don Avery    Circulation Manager Carol Avery    Photocomp Foreman Ctus Elbe!    Press    foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidosc ope Editor David King    Sports    fditor Patricia Y/naga King    Was Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sates tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays,    Blanco and Kendale counties 3 months $10 78 6 months, $18 82 one year, $33 64 Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas 3 months $18 92    6 months $33 64, one v****' $63 08 Mail outside Texas 6 months, $4,' OO, one year $70 OO Postmaster Send address changes to Pl) Drawei 361 New Braunfels TX 78131. Neighbor mourned; calendar full By MBS ALVIN GASS Correspondent Our community is saddened bt the passing of our dear friend ami neighbor. Monica Bwerle She died Dec IT at the age of TI and was buried Dec 29 at St Joseph Catholic Cemetery after memorial services at St Joseph Catholic Church in Honer Creek Coming events Tonight — Cypress Cove F urn Night Cypress Core Civic Outer. * p rn. Thursday Spring Branch Extension Homemakers meet at James Start? Party House. Starter die Hostess is Ann Sanders Jan IS Henna un Sons will install officers from District 13 at 2 p m at twin Sisters Hall Officers from New Braunfels lodge It, Branch lodge IJT, Bulverde Print Solms l odge ISI and Twin Sisters I edge LM will he installed The Junior chapter will also install officers All attending should bring sandwiches and chips Members of the host lodge should bring sweets Jan SP — Spring Branch Hermann Sons and the Junior Chapter Bluebonnet I will have their regular meeting at lp m Dear Abby Boss Thinks Wary Woman Is As Nutty as His Fruitcake DEAR ABBY You be the judge Ijwt night about ? pm I was relaxing in my tub when my doorbell rang. I wasn't expecting anybody, but I got out of the tub, wrapped a towel around mr and peeked out my front window to see who it was I saw a kid aholt 18 or 19 years old. holding a box I assumed he was selling something, so I said nothing and went back to my tub because I was not about to open my door to a stranger The next morning my boss called me in and said. Yesterday I asked you if you were going to be home that evening and you said yes. so how come you weren't home"*" I told him I was home Then he told me he had sent his son to my house with a fruitcake his wife had made for a Christmas gift. but nobody answered the door I told him the truth—that I was home, my doorbell rang and I saw a kid on my porch but didn't want to open my door to a stranger He said his son drove clear across town for nothing; then he called me a paranoid dummy He really hurt my feelings Abby Was I wrong to do what I did ’ Dr was my boss wrong for chewing me out? No name or town, please I need this ioh, REINO (ARK FC I. DEAR CAREFUL: Orchids to you for being careful, and a wilted weed to your boss for chewing you out. He should have told you that his son would he delivering a gift to you about 7 p.m. Nobody should open hi* or her door to a stranger. DEAR ABBY A further word about taking children out of school for dental appointments You recom mended against it and I agree wholeheartedly (Teachers can t teach absent students any more than dentists can treat absent patient# I Then "Frustrated Dentist said "I am a periodontist, and my pear tire is totally limited to children and adolescents lf I were to follow your recommendation, I would have to schedule all my patients between the hours of .3 p rn and 5pm daily Obviously this is impossible Abby, that dentist missed the obvious solution Where is it written in concrete that 5 p rn is quitting time, A dentist whose practice is limited to children should make his office hours bet* ('en 3pm and 9 p rn plu- all day Saturday That way. no school is missed and ever vone is happy Simple, no ' —BH I Mel' IN LEXINGTON DEAR BU U Simple, yes DK AR ABBY First one grandma says, "Marriage is the price a man pays for sex, and sex is the price a woman pays for marriage Then another grandma says, Men give love in order to get sex. and women give sex in order to get love—and marriage has nothing to do with it My lover and I cannot marry because we are both men Our relationship is not based on the barter system We re together be cause we love each other, and sex is a natural expression of that love— not a demand or a payment Are heterosexuals missing some thing** GI AD I'M GAY DEAR GLAD: Not all hetero* •exuals are missing something. Nor are alt homosexuals together bccsuse they love each other. All generalifaldern* arc flawed Including this one. DEAR ABBY I keep getting books in the mail from a hook club in Iowa. I do not belong to it or am other hook dub Some of their books arc very heavy, and I live too far from the post office to walk there and carry those books Abby, I have no car and I am S4 years old I keep getting hills for these hooka, some of which are $14 and up Isn t this some kind of mail fraud? Flea se tell me w hat mv rights arr' WORRIED IN WINFIELD, K AN DEAR WORRIED: You arc under no obligation to pay for—or return—any unsolicited material. Ignore the hills, Simply w rite R EEI'SED on the package and give it to your postman.Then write (or call) your local postmaster immediately and tell him exactly what you have told me. (Every teen-ager should know the truth about drugs, sex and how to bx' happy. For Ahby’s booklet, also available in Spanish. send \ our name and address clearly printed with a chx'ek or money order for $2.50 (this includes postage) to: Abby, Teen Booklet. P.O. Box MMS, Holly wood. Calif. BOOM.) Weather Alice Pulido Seek* School, 3rd grade Texas temperatures ffklty *< .)• a- a '■ * ,-< . .rat**-) it lot rn# 24 ' . - • ’ „ id san Aha** *r 44 27 OOO A. i> 54 34 0 -CMI Ama* 43 JO 0 OO Anti SO 32 0 OO Im .* H* I I'. > Al*, 4 7 32 0 OO Hi ( . *< M 33 OOO Sn A -* iHr 53 3k OOO H',» * • i u< Man. 44 30 OOO I I’*i.’ ru 4S Watt OOO . . i .*** I 1 " 63 JO OOO *M-’ a I 42 32 OOO Oai..*' 45 29 OOO ■ IV Uh 63 36 OOO ■ ti Puma 43 ti OOO f .Mi Win in 41 26 OOO iwMvr»nwi 46 36 OOO Honda MrMISUm Jut* IK*- Art J,. H* UsMkl long, inn LuMMh k Lufkin Mad* Mf A Urn Molt*ut Chn )■' • Paia. id* Sdi i Angrkj S.**' Antonio villi* ?«*4ikan4 Vii loiin Wa* a Wk inut I .Sis. Wink 49 4 I 46 4H 46 JO 5b bi 46 4’ 25 31 29 3b 37 26 14 2§ 3b ki*$M stint-* i ti**-    <• tis*- Ami ii* lb* w**i*«- ,s w»-'I wa* warm ii tint moving . -ast want .i. Kim tt'i r.«- < a* iSi and Ski li«m Stat"* (nought ib«- (Ikmn at tam Si mu** int •njt'l ram »*»ti m th* mmn< hair ' lilt* Pmha'iHx I- eta -ry slur* <k vr-Ku**- rn lh* iivakt* ni lha warm bort! (ha kin..ii ,« Wrath*.. Savn »* v»«i W-nds amu* i**j’*t At-sn*’ Iv I'M ■ -tin***!***', .K mss (hr Mali' Tira . HMX Wit** hi in* nor It tarn fwd of tin Malt* |M. WHIM Kl! tow Mf MIMM (HUI I** IS. IIM? mark Mom reacting! wi n a th* lo* nvt’t moat or Ta*** WSH •ittsmm tit 21 ■ layti-os al Et P.**.* arni 39 al kl 5 i rn •« a.**. 29 or o»im*s .a W t o anc Date* OtiKM * I*.Mi** his wait* ?? d* i**-**» ai Atman* arni Statiha*ivilla J. .ii t o*(j*. • CIKi*i. San A, .gaul and An .un <*•<<! . n Mi Wk iii!# I ins Ansarian Had 33 dagrt*!** .mu! I a.iv lb .*! SmwnavrSH Oiliai tai.irs^s a* ...    33 .ii Amarillo 3b al Snwiaviin 31 n r»a Am. • to and 36 al I uMhk i lira sat- Mhai i,**i v a -..Md ton* kl * hmm Aas *k{U>i lt>u UWM Wait las IMH in** of min *.i>n ova) I br i ,un .min amt iMKtlMHH lit,|li Ham* OtfWMWIM ii Should ti. mostly a*iiwiy and a tnt a Milt ti ll . *»t<>l > s»ln! Texas forecasts Nim tis ta***, Sunny ii IktA a an nato turiii i >. nu t. *,|* ; 2b lo 33 •< rh San Soon * Mock «leat u man tin* Mum- Satin day in nu mid ‘-it. tnt.    t I ail lata* i !*•,« malaturd • d in >(ji*t Low mid TO* I iglu nodbnvi M ai -1 Saturday sunny and a lillb a,KUM* High Ut tom 40* t gin nm in aw a nu Extended forecasts Sunday Through I umilrty kl. ■* rn 11'*.- No M«|I I , KHI pl Ilium at In (>»yw*i li d H iii' mid HIH » k aim n- Low** matnly Kl*. Wail lunas Chillily Aith mtn.« nay ti. day MflHw miff changst Panhan ’* s...*ih I ’Ian ii Ic a s i mal 30 and h<<jl.« Art* la* writ *nd highs (Wa* SCI 8kj Send art r ISWi 20k ami 30s Hight ‘>0s and 60s ;