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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 5, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Newsmakers New Braunfels Herald-Zv/fung Marmaduke •Til be glad when summer is over and he’s back to chasing school buses." Tuesday, July 5,1983Richard Burton marries again LONDON (AP) — Actor Richard Burton has married for the fifth time, wedding former television production assistant Sally Hay in New York, his brother said today. “He telephoned us yesterday to tell us the news," said Burton’s brother Graham, who works for the British Broadcasting Corp.’s radio sports desk in London. “We’re very pleased as a family.” The 57-year-old Burton, who twice married actress Elizabeth Taylor, met Hay, 34, in Vienna early last year when Burton was filming the movie “Wagner.” Hay was working as a script assistant on the set, the BBC said. Burton has been starring opposite Taylor in a Broadway production of the Noel Coward classic “Private Lives” for nearly two months. Burton’s last marriage, to model Susan Hunt, former wife of British racing driver James Hunt, ended after six years in 1982. Crossword ACROSS I (Jo downhill • Or (NM ok) IO Gypsy town* 14 Okmqtm 15 Solicit IS Amp or arg 17 Brown shad* It SPM HNZ trap 20 Rainy snows 22 Anama oat iv# 24 Back 26 Sang 27 Vanhad 31 BBlonQjf Sun 32 Naophytaa 33 Hacknayad IS Mala* 36 Lonar 39 Hunt daily 40 Two 41 Contactad 42 Wk;had Ona 43 From — — aaa 44 City 46 — hafting 47 Contam* Si Jacobsson $2 Stood in for S4 Gigolos SO Gam SO St urn bl* • I ' In tar no man 62 Par ant 63 Ellipsa 64 Of Mm bonos 65 Tho Octant 66 Bank (on) 67 Homo bas* DOWN 1 Cougars 2 Spoken 3 Favor 4 Can-Am taka 5 Wobbles 6 Salt Prat 7 Strong drink 8 Bird 9 Spanish gut IO Flow noisily ti For want Of--“ 12 Agua — Brandy IS Trtvat 21 Uncle — 23 Ceremony Sunday'9 BUZZLE SOLVED ■3 131J 3309 [lanai 3-jjij jaua acaui 'J 91 'J ii . 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His reaction? “I never expected to see weather this nice in Iowa,” he said. “I’m very proud to be here.” headmaster at Gordonstoun, the school the prince attended in Scotland. The prince's support at a 36-person luncheon wa»valued by the group because it shows the Canadian public that Outward Board is “not an eccentric, fringe kind of organization,” said Peter Green, chairman of the Canadian organization. One of 30 luncheon guests was Sue Fenwick, 28, who took the 29-day wilderness course last summer. She said the prince was “emotional” in his speech. “He seemed very charming, very wellspoken and he seemed, in his speech, very dedicated to the principles of the school, which impressed me,” she said. The prince, the husband of Queen Elizabeth II, arrived in Toronto on Sunday after four days in London, Ontario.Prince Philip visits Canada TORONTO (AP) — Monarchy fans cheered and others made a fuss, but England’s Prince Philip reserved his highest enthusiasm for a wilderness program that has been part of his life for almost 40 years. On Monday, a day when the prince attended three receptions in his honor, the Duke of Edinborough delivered a 10-minute, “emotional” luncheon speech about Outward Bound, an international program which tests the mettle of participants through a variety of activities ranging from mountain climbing to Whitewater kayaking. The organization has been under Prince Philip’s patronage for nearly four decades. Its founder, Hurt Hahn, wasReagan traces his education NEW YORK (AP) — An encouraging English teacher brought out the “ham” in Ronald Reagan and started him on a course that has brought education to the political forefront, the president says. Reagan's concern over education is rooted in his own “deeply fulfilling’’ school days in Dixon, 111., the president said in an interview in the July 3 issue of Time magazine. He recalled that his high school English and drama teacher, B.J. Fraser, changed his life by urging him to read his humorous compositions aloud. “I sometimes went way afield and did a humorous twist on what he asked for. I wasn’t long in noticing he would have several of those read in class, and I was always called upon to read mine. Maybe that’s where the ham began,” Reagan said. The president said Fraser always stressed that dramatics should be educational. After high school, Reagan attended Eureka College in Eureka, 111. “Most of the things that happened in my life started there,” he said.Bandleader dies of cancer LAS VEGAS, Nev. (AP) — Bandleader Harry James, one of the last great talents to emerge from the big band era of the 1930s and 1940s, died early today in Valley Hospital, a spokesman said. He was 67. The family spokesman, who asked not to be identified, said James had suffered from lymph gland cancer since April. Despite the illness, James had continued to travel with his band, playing in Denver June 10-11 and a performance in Los Angeles June 26.Brenda Lee benefit flops MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Singer Brenda l^ee lent her support to a center for the handicapped for the Fourth of July, but despite her good intentions, it didn’t pay off. Ms. Lee, who recorded the hit “I’m Sorry" in 1956, headlined a benefit Monday for die Montgomery Therapeutic Center for the handicapped. In an interview before her performance, she said it was a chance to help out “those less able” than herself. 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The 32-year-old woman managed to sneak away from her abducters after the raping, and summoned police, authorities said. She was treated and released from a San Antonio hospital, police said. The woman told officers she had stopped at a 24-hour northwest side supermarket near Interstate IO shortly before midnight Sunday. A man jumped out of a nearby car, grabbed her by the neck and threw her inside a car containing four other men, police said. “She was stripped of her clothing by all the male actors,” San Antonio Police Patrolman Abel Hernandez said. The men drove around the city and forced the woman to perform sexual acts with four of the men in the car, Hernandez said. One of the five men wanted in connection with the attack is believed to have driven the attackers’ car and did not participate in the sexual assaults, authorities said. One of the men held a knife to her throat and threatened to kill her, the officer said. Everytime she screamed, (me of the men struck her in the face with his fist, the woman told officers. The woman was then driven to an apartment in the Menchaca Homes public housing complex on the west side of the city and carried nude into the apartment, where four of the men repeatedly raped her, police said. The attackers then allowed her to dress, and while they were distracted, she ran to another apartment and contacted police, authorities said. Officers responding to the call arrested two men at the apartment, police said. The two men were held in San Antonio city jail Monday night in lieu of $15,000 bonds on aggravated rape warrants, police said. The woman was taken to the emergency room of Medical Center Hospital for treatment, and was later released. Dentists hove the opportunity, through    reguler checkups, to detect ore! cancer et en eeriy end curette stege. seys the Americen Cencer Society. 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