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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 19, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Ntw BraunMs January Donating blood good for life By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY I just donated blood to the American Red Cross Blood Center in and Im enclosing a piece that was handed to me on my way I hope you will print So many people are not aware of how important it is to give now that our blood bank supply has become critically Thanks NEW YORK DONOR DEAR DONOR Yon gave more than You gave me an item that will I hope Inspire more blood Bless WHAT GOOD IS A BLOOD DONOR A blood donor Is good for people who go through windshields and red For somebody with For people being operated For barefoot kids who arent For people Into feudin and For hemophiliacs so they can be as normal as For For people undergoing dialysis while waiting for a kidney tran For people who fool around with For little kids who manage to uncap a bottle of something For people who are burned pretty For new mothers needing a For new babies who need a complete change of blood For people having openheart For cancer For people with asevere case of For kids who fall oat of trees or For anybody any age with bleeding For people In the wrong place at the wrong For the very tired with severe For people who run Into For people who are la a lot worse shape than most people yon A BLOOD DONOR IS GOOD FOR LIFE DEAR ABBY You recently had a letter in your column concerning a dog that barked continuously all day long and many weekends when his owner left him this disturbed the A man I work with had the same problem with a neighbors only this dog owner worked nights and slept and his dog barked all night while he was at The neighbors complained but got Finally they all got together and took turns staying up in shifts to tape record the dogs Then they placed the tape directly under the owners bedroom window with the volume on high and forced to dog owner to listen to his own dog barking for eight hours Of he didnt sleep a but he got the He apologized to his neighbors and sent his dog to dog obedience training IT WORKED IN COLORADO SPRINGS DEAR WORKED This gfveema tasteofthelrownmedlclne techlnqne should work DEAR ABBY How do you feel about women shaking hands with other women when they meet or say goodbye How about women shaking hands with men I suppose a woman in business does this just as a man shakes hands with another Dont you think a handshake is somewhat masculine Whatever hap pened to the warm smile and friendly hello PITTSBURGH DEAR PITTSBURGH In my offering a hand to shake is a friendly gesture whether its woman to man to man or woman to And nothing happened to the warm smile and the friendly Both men and women use them or accompanied by a If youre single and want to know how to meet someone see page 20 of Abbys booklet for people of all How to Be Send plus a long stamped 37 selfaddressed en velope to Box Holly Man keeps hobby on track in model store FORT AP Some boys never grow After more than 50 a light still shines in David McDonalds eyes when conversation turns to model I began playing with my brothers when I was still McDonald Ive always been interested in model received his first train set 44 years ago on Christmas My dad wrapped each of the seven cars and the locomotive That was the most presents I ever He no longer has to wait until Fifteen years ago he opened his model train specialty The Golden in Fort Model railroading has really changed over the he It was crude when it first started you just watched the trains Todays enthusiast demands a more intricate more detail in the McDonald Prior to World War model trains were built of tin and cast iron on a scale of a quarterinch to the he Todays trains are more detailed woods and metals at an eighthofaninch to the though seldom replicas of actual are with people and The real hobbyist tries to make the design as real as he pausing to take a sip of coffee from a Eureka Springs and North Arkansas Railway who was once an auditor for a advises newcomers to the world of model trains to begin on a small Most people start out with a 4by8foot sheet of which costs to to outfit with trains and he If they really get interested in it wont be their last Though he does not believe model railroading is as big as it used to McDonald said the hobby could be on the verge of expanding with recent advances in Video cassettes have made it simpler to design and wire Were getting into the com puter age McDonald said some enthusiasts were beginning to use computers to switch trains and match cars with certain types of industries Just like a real He said an example of computer railroad switching would be on display 18 at Westark Community College when the Westark Model Railway Association holds its annual swap Each railroad hobbyist has his own particular area of McDonald Theres more than just the modeling facet of McDonald said many people collected such items as railroad pictures and he Dining car china has become a big collectors Although the average age of the model train buff has increased to about McDonald said one thing had remained relatively the same over the years it is a world dominated by Color the key for spring look NEW YORK AP There will be strong em on color in jewelry for Kae fashion director of the Jewelry Industry in natural colors as well as permanently dyed will be with blue and cream making a strong Colored pearls mix and match with gemstones and monochromatic or contrasting color Colored gemstones will be used as the cen tarpiecea of pearl she And simple strands of pearls will be embellished with faceted gold or diamond rondelles between each or stations of varicolored March of Dimes DEFECTS FOUNDATION BMMI DO IT YOURSELF MANSION NEARLY 12 ACRES Needs fixing up is the reason the price is below Located on top of hill overlooking Seguin from front New Braunfels from Has 7 bed rooms 3 Located in Lake Creek with access to Lake A real bargain with assumable 10 way between Seguin New For 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