New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas
10 New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Tuesday, November I, 1983
MarmadukeOn area screens
Brauntex Theatres, 290 W. San Antonio — Never Say Never Again (PG) and Beyond the Limit (R). Show time 7:15.
Cinema I&II, Walnut Square — Richard Pryor, Here and Now. Shows at 7 and 9 each night. Also The Final Terror (PG). Shows at 7:15 and 9:15 each night.In area clubs
Wolfgang’s Keller, 295 E. San Antonio — Bill Knight at the piano.
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Monday, as workers gave out cookies and candy, told some fortunes and helped children with their Halloween makeup.
Robin Hajek, a nurse's aid at Oak Crest Inn, tells Mary Beth Hulsey her fortune after reading her palm. That's Hulsey’s sister Vanessa in the background. The nursing home held a Halloween party for kids
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mortgage on property sold to a relative. Payments are due on the first day of each month. This relative dutifully writes the checks and dates them on the first day of the month, but the checks are not mailed until later, and some have arrived as late as the lith' This infuriates me
Apart from the interest that might be earned on the payments, and the concern that the check ma) be lost in the mail, the late arrival necessitates multiple trips to the bank and other inconveniences.
The law provides a 30-day grace period before a late payment penalty can be invoked.
Can you suggest a solution?
DEAR STEAMED: lf the relative lives in your city. pick up the check ou the tint of the mouth — or hate to in cone pick it up (or you. It may get tour relative's back up, but it will keep tour blood pressure down.
certificates, be married by any person authorized to solemnize a marriage.
MHS IN LOS ANGELES DEAK MRS.: California mat not be the only state in which this law prevails. Aud because state laws change from dat to day, I repeat my advice: lf you hate a legal problem, hire a lawyer and pat him (or hen for what he knows. The person who tries to be his owu law ter has a fool for a client. Et en lawyers hire lawyers to represent them.
DEAK ABBY: This letter is regarding "No Mrs. in Manhattan,” who complained that her live-in lover, "Bobby," wouldn't marry her because he was terrified of needles, and he couldn’t get married in New York without a blood test. To add to her problems, she was pregnant.
You suggested that Bobby see a "shrink” or consider hypnosis. You missed a painless solution, Abby. They could come to Nevada, obtain a marriage license without a blood test and get married the same day.
And by the way, divorce in Nevada is almost as quick and painless as marriage.
JACK IN NEVADA DEAK JACK: Thanks for the good news from the most popular hurtling and unhitching post in the United States. Read on for some sunny news from California:
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DEAR ABBY: Tell "No Mrs in
Manhattan.” whose boyfriend was afraid to get married because of the blood lest, to come to Arkansas As of July of this year, the state of Arkansas no longer requires blood tests for marriage license applications. All we require is that the couple apply together, provide proof of age and $20 in cash I realize Arkansas is a long way from Manhattan, but the trip probable wouldn't be as painful to Bobby as the needle.
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DEAR ABBY: Please advise "No Mrs in Manhattan” to take Bobby to California, because the law there states that when an unmarried man and an unmarried woman, not minors, have been living together as husband and wife, they may. without a license and without obtaining health
Getting married? Whether you want a formal church wedding or a simple, "do-your-owu-thiug” ceremony, get Abby'* booklet. Send ti pius a long, self-addressed. stamped 13? cents I envelope to: Abby's Wedding Booklet. P.O. Box 38923, Boll) wood. Calif. 90038.
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BV STELLA WILDER TUESDAY. NOVEMBER I
Bom today, you combine practicality and idealism ui proportions so workable that there is seldom any doubt that you will succeed in whatever you undertake — no matter how far out the enterprise may seem You have absolute confidence in yourself, lf you give up a project midpoint, it is because you decided lo do so not because you were forced by selfdoubt to abandon you goals You get along well with people, but you are highly selective when it comes lo making long term friends No matter how worldly you become, there will remain something childlike in your nature. You sense of fun, of wonder, of forwardlooking eagerness will never leave you. Your playfulness often surprises co-workers, who expect you to be all work.
Also bora ou this date are: Aldolphus IV of Sweden, Betsy Palmer, actress.
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.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 3 SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21» - Your ability to deal successfully with dificult people leads to an unusual and exciting assignment SAGITTARIUS tNov. 22-Dec. 21) — You can wrest calm from chaos today — if you will take the time to assess the situation accurately.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. it) — Procrastination leads to difficulties you did not expect to have. Complete jobs in succession now.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. Ii) - Take care that you do not appear overbearing when you simply wish to seem soliUcious. Check yourself.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 29) — Secure your own and another’s position on the employment scene by a show of cooperation early today.
ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Your wish to move ahead on a new project must not overwhelm your knowledge of errors to be cdrrected.
TAURUS (April 29-May 20) - Rebuild, refurbish, redecorate, renew. This is an excellent time to recognize what needs doing — and do it.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — You may be able to renegotiate a contract, but only if you broach the subjet with tact and diplomacy.
CANCER (June 21- July 22) — Don’t hang back: To move ahead today you must demonstrate your ability to take on new work.
LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Shyness may stand in the way of your gaining a relatively simple goal. Try to see yourself as others do.
VIRGO (Aug. 20-Sept. 22) — You can overcome initial hesitation by leaping in with both feet when asked to do something harmless*
LIBRA (Sept. 2*Oct. 22) - A question of communication disturbs your morning; the answer to the question restores your afternoon.
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congregation as, "Various ghouls and goblins and funny such sorts," Neptune read die vows to Tammy Burke, 38. and Ken Venard, 27.
"Sleeping Beauty, you obviously haven’t come wide awake yet,” he told the bride, "lf you can stand to look at Wolfman and say to me, I, Sleeping Beauty, Uke you. Wolfman, to be my wolfish husband ...”
After the ceremony, the newlyweds had little to sa) about why they chose to tie the knot the way they did But they noted dial stranger things have happened at Halloween
CR AJG, Colo. i AP I — The poolroom grew hushed as the bride, wearing a Sleeping Beauty mask, stepped solemnly toward the preacher and her groom-to-be through rows of witches, ghouls and goblins The groom, cloaked and masked, shifted nervously in his Wolfman attire.
Said the Rev. Gary Neptune, who conducted the ceremony at the Corner Pocket lounge on Saturday night: “This has to be my most unusual wedding.”
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Over time, Kelley figures, maybe the signs will do some good.
When concerts aren’t ui session, the signs are folded up so their message can’t be seen.
Quiet zone set for concerts
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VANCOUVER, Wash (AP) - A lot of cities have hospiul zones, school zones or even ammai-crossing zones. But a concert zone9 Vancouver has broken new ground for municipal zones with two newly installed signs along busy Evergreen Boulevard saying: "Quiet Zone,
Concert rn Session.”
Vancouver City Manager Paul Grattet, a concert buff, had the yellow and black signs put in after more than a few solos at the Columbia Arts Center were punctured by the bawl of a trailer truck’s horn or the grinding of gears.
Dean Kelley, arts center executive director, said the signs served their purpose for the first time at a recent opening of the Music Art Series in which a pianist was playing.
Did they make a difference?
“No, not particularly,” says Kelley. But then, he added, that the concert was on a Friday night when "there is not a particularly large truck problem” anyway. _
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DAUJiSPOKT, Wash. tAP) - The students at Dallesport Elementary School are running from Portland to Portland, which might not seem like much of a run, except one Portland is in Oregon and the other in Maine.
And that’s a distance of 3,150 nules
But to do it, the 165 kids don’t even have to leave the schoolyard.
They do their running during recess and at lunch.
All the distances run are being kept track of and added up until the 3,150-nule goal is reached.
Verlon Smith, the school’s physical education instructor, figures that will take about another week. The for-fun run started two weeks ago.
Some of the students logged as many as 40 miles in the first IO days, Smith said*_
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