New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 17, 1982, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 17, 1982

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 17, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunfels Herald-Ze/Yi/n<7 Friday, December 17,1982 Husband,\ wife splitting hairs By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAK ABBY: I’m 39, divorced for three years. In the last 15 months I’ve worked 16 hours a day, five days a week, and eight hours every Saturday and Sunday to help my 15-year-old unmarried daughter through a rough ordeal. She became pregnant and gave birth to a beautiful child. I paid all the hospital and doctor bills and saw to it that she and the baby had everything they needed. I’ve been dating a fine man for two years. He’s been through a lot with me and asked me to marry him. I’ve said yes to a January wedding. The problem is he lives in another town, IOO miles away, and my daughter refuses to move with me. After working so hard for her, all I ask is that she finish high school I which will take two years) and live under my care until she’s 18. Her excuse for not wanting to move is she does not want to leave her friends. Should I demand that she move with us. or let her quit school and get a job when she turns 16 — three months from now? TORN MOTHER DEAR TORN: Thus far your daughter has never had to take responsibility for her actions because you have always come to her rescue. It’s time you let your little girl grow up. If you forced her to move with you, she would probably become hostile and angry and run away. Try this approach instead: Tell her you want her to move with you, but she may stay behind if she is able to support herself and provide adequately for her child. After she puts pencil to paper and sees for herself that she can't make it alone, she will agree to move with you. And the decision will have been hers. DEAR ABBY: This may see trivial, but it may break up my marriage of almost 25 years. It’s my wife’s hairstyle. A couple of years ago she had her hair cut very short. I told her at the time I thought it was too short and I didn’t like it. She told me her friends liked it and I would just have to live with it. After a year and a half, she let it grow, and now she has another hairstyle that makes her look ridiculous. It’s so bizarre, it actually reduced my otherwise healthy sexual interest in her. I find it difficult to look at her and don’t even want to be seen with her! What bothers me most is that she is so insensitive to my feelings. I need a solution — short of taking a walk. STUMPED IN EVANSTON DEAR STUMPED: The central issue here is more than a hairstyle. Why should your wife’s hairstyle be so all-important to you? And why should she insist on a hairstyle her husband finds so unappealing? You both need to see a counselor and let your hair down. Every teen-ager should know the truth about drugs, sex and how to be happy. For Abby’s booklet, send $2 and amlong, stamped (37 cents), addressed envelope to Abby, Teen Booklet, P.O. Box 38923, Hollywood, Calif. 90038. Weather Local temperatures After peaking at 64 degrees on Thursday, the mercury dropped as far as 38 this morning. Today’s high was expected to reach the mid-60s, with tonight’s low in the mid-40s, and Saturday’s high in the mid-70s. Lake level Canyon Lake was up slightly this morning, standing at 906.62 feet above sea level. Thursday’s level was 906.60. Texas Skies were mostly clear across Texas today as another unseasonably warm day shaped up across the state. Dense fog covered the coastal bend before dawn, prompting advisories for motorists. Some high clouds were noted over Northwest Texas. Pre-dawn temperatures were mostly in the 30s and 40s Readings at 4 a.m. ranged from 27 at Marfa to 51 . at McAllen. Southerly winds were blowing over the eastern half of the state, while southwesterly breezes were the rule over West Texas and the Panahandle. Wind speeds were less than IO mph statewide. The forecast called for mostly fair skies through Saturday A cooling trend was expected to begin in West Texas on Saturday. Texas forecasts North Texas - Mostly fair skies through Saturday. Some fog tonight and early Saturday east. A cooling trend beginning west Saturday. Highs in the 60s. Lows 45 to 52. South Texas — Sunny and mild today. Fair tonight. Partly cloudy and not as cold Saturday. Highs 60s and 70s. Ix>ws 40s and 50s. Highs Saturday 70s to82, FM 2252 to 'bloom' next spring Farm Road 2252 will be brighter next spring, thanks to the Garden Ridge Area Community Education Council. After a new section of the road was completed earlier this year, members of the council decided that planting wild flowers along the roadway would brighten their spring-time drive. Hwrald-Zeitung ‘ T <*ylof Communications Inc (USPS 3-77 880) It you have    not    received    your paper by 5 30 p in tuesday    through    Friday or by 7 30 a.rn Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p m and 11 a rn , respectively Published Sunday mommy and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S Casten Ave New Braunfels, TX 78130 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co, 186 S Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78130 Dave Kramer ..........General Manager Claude Scruggs    Publisher Elnora Kraft    Office    Manager Robert Johnson ................... Editor Ted Winter    Advertising Director Don Avery    Circulation    Manager Carol Avery    Photocomp    Foreman Wanda I abater    Kaleidoscope    Editor Kart Mitchell    Sports    Editor Scott Haring    Wire    Editor Suh.itupturn Hutt In Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 months,    $8 55,    6    months,    $15, one year, $27 In Texas 6    months, $24,    one    year, $45 Out of state 6 months, $30, one year, $50 Senior Citizens Discount In Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Bexar, Blanco and Kendall Counties 6 months, $12, one year, $22 Postmaster Send address changes to P O Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78130 El Capricho Restaurant 1643 W. San Antonio 625-9998 Buy 1 Order of Crispy Beef Tacos GET ONE FREE. Value 2.75 Expires March 26, 1963 Buy I Order of Soft Beef Tacos GET ONE FREE Value 2.50 Expires March 26, 1963 Local man promoted at SWTSU James Langabeer of New Braunfels has been named assistant vice president for finance and management at Southwest Texas State University. According to an announcement made by Robert L. Hardesty, president of SWTSU, I^angabeer, a certified public accountant, has been the internal auditor at SWT since July, 1981. Langabeer will assist Ted Marek, vice president, in the day-to-day administration of the Finance and Management Division. He replaced Dr. Michael Abbott who was recently promoted to executive assistant to the president. l^magbeer holds a bachelor of science degree in business-management and a master of science degree in business administration from Michigan State University. Staff photo by Cindy Richardson Awaiting adoption This ''freckle-faced” pooch would love a new home, and he's hoping you'll provide it. He's one of several residents waiting to be adopted at the Human Society Animal Shelter on Kuehler Avenue. The shelter will also accept stray animals or unwanted pets. West Texas — Partly cloudy north and fair south through Saturday. Turning cooler Saturday. Highs 65 to 78. Lows mostly in the 30s. Highs Saturday 58 north to 78 Big Bend. Port Arthur to Port O’Connor — Winds becoming easterly to southeasterly near IO knots through tonight and southeasterly IO to 15 knots Saturday. Seas 2 to 4 feet. Partly cloudy tonight through Saturday. Port O’Connor to Brownsville — Southeasterly winds IO to 15 knots through Saturday. Seas 3 to 5 feet. Fair becoming partly cloudy tonight and Friday. The Nation Rain kept falling on the Pacific Northwest early today, but the force of the storm abated from the windy deluge that already has killed three people and caused thousands of dollars in damage. The storm, with wind gusts clocked as high as 84 mph late Wednesday and Thursday, also left thousands of residents of Washington and Oregon without power and and flooded dozens of homes when rivers and creeks rose above their banks. The rain today swept from the upper and rnid-Pacific coast to the northern Rockies. Ught rain also fell over much of the nation’s north-central area. Strong winds, meanwhile, ushered colder air into the Northeast, which had balmy weather on Thursday. Showers were expected to continue later today over the Pacific Northwest, upper California, Nevada, Idaho, the northern Plateau and parts of the upper Rockies. Forecasters said there was a chance of light snow over the upper Ohio Valley and the North Atlantic states. Temperatures before dawn ranged from I degree in Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., to 71 degrees in Key West, Fla. Bernadine Dunlap, secretary of the council, did the necessary research on which types of flowers to plant, where to purchase them and finally where to plant them. Council members did the planting. The project was funded by the Garden Ridge-Bracken Lions Club. Russell Klingmsmith, president of the club, recently presented a check to the council to pay for the project. Deaths Mamie Kerns Services are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Mamie Kerns, 67. of 800 Fredericksburg Road. She died Thursday at McKenna Memorial Christmas Gift Idea Skachet Hunting Knife/Hatchet / 629 1736 lins VV Al NIT Hospital. ymilIJJJJJJJJiajJJJJ J IMI rim im rrwwrwrww inrrrj Organizations luanda Recreation Center:    rock concert featuring “Excaliber,” 8-11 p.m. Friday at the center. Schools New Braunfels High: one-act plays, “ Children's Story” and “The Trysting Place," 7 p.m. Saturday, cafetorium. Christmas events American Legion, Comal Post 179 and Auxiliary: Christmas party at the post home. 410 W. Coll. Happy hour. 6 p.m.; dinner, 8 p.m. St. Paul Lutheran Church of Bulverde: “Living Christmas,” 7-9 p.m. Friday through Sunday, at the church, U.S. 281 near FM 1863 St. Paul Lutheran Church (New Braunfels): Junior Luther league Christmas party, 7 p.m. I Saturday. New Braunfels National Bank invites you to listen to Reflections - A bookward glance at where we in Comal County have been and where we are now Sunday Mornings at 9 a.m. KGNB, 1420 AM, Sunday, December 19, Featuring ESTHER & OLIVIA RICE Co-Sponsorod by Braurifelss fOOO Hoftb Walnut L bb* H s    Thu>\Jav 9 1 f tov 9 6 Dm,* Thru Hoof* Monde* fndav    Saturdav $ I    tut*arvna banting voof dgpofsfs nu/ftKt to $ IOO OOO bv Datxwt insurance* Cofporafmn Pbgna 62*>9ES? NATIONAL BANKS SCS? J? GIANT PRE-CHRISTMAS ' SALE Decorator Tables Marble Tops Here's a table with the look of an antique to compliment your traditional decor to act as a foil for your contemporary furniture. And look at that value! Reg. '80.00 $9099 Reg. 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