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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 11, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Dear Abby Couple Has One Too Many Faiths to Fit Inside Church New Braunfels HeraldZaftig ft January Crossword DEAR ABBY Please print this for people who want to marry outside their because that is our situation and we dont know which to We are both 21 and in I was raised a Roman Catholic and the girl I want to marry was raised a We love each other and never once have argued about her parents arent too happy about her marrying a and my parents arent exactly thrilled with my marrying a I have no desire to turn and my fiancee doesnt want to turn We want to be married in either a church or a but no will marry and neither will a Who then If we have we plan to expose them to both religions and let them decide they want to Any ideas IN LOVE IN BOSTON DEAR IN LOVE If theres a rabbi or a Roman Catholic priest who will perform a mixed mar riage in a synagogue of I dont know where he or she You may have to settle for a civil but if you want a religious try the Unitarian DEAR ABBY In response to Bernie Saber in When we were traveling in Israel in our tour guide pointed out a cattle farm and These cows are called Goldsteins instead of say Noo instead ESTHER IN MANHATTAN BEACH DEAR ESTHER i think weve milked this item thats no Geronimo Creek New Years snow was a surprise ByTHETIMMERMANN SISTERS Correspondents Justin Keith Bading arrived at the Guadalupe Valley Hospital in Seguin on Deannc and Justins together with his sister Michaella were on the welcoming The young 22 inches weighed in at 8 and 4 Among the first visitors were the maternal Mozelle and Marvin of New Braunfels and the paternal Virginia and Melvin Young Justin also is welcomed by his great Edwin and Edith of Congratulations to all and happy days ahead for Perhaps there isnt a better moment than now to wish each of you a year that will be filled with all the good things plus courage for the i inevitable changes that each year The New Year brought an unex pected change on 2 as drifts of snow heaped some of which were still there an The rain that ended in sleet and first iced the chrome of our wagon as we hurried back from Corpus Christi early in the The overpasses in the Seguin area were already sanded and the air favored While warming the dashing with the pot plants and getting the garden faucets in the drip adjustment and an extra measure dished out to the the snow and hot coffee time both We left Don and Lcnorc Murgelis home in Flower Bluff at under clear but thickening clouds and falling mist accompanied us before we left the city Rain poured from Mathis on in shower The cold snap was short cut due to the thrust of a jet Special celebration Leave it to Roland and Bernycc Tieken to put in a good one for the Christmas 16th marked their GOth wedding an On 29th from 2 to 4 oclock in the afternoon the children of the Tiekens invited friends and relatives for an open The anniversary affair was held at the Friedens Church Parish Christmas christening Roger and Michelle Engelke chose 23 to have their christened at Friedens Church during the Sunday morning worship Pastor Leroy Zellmann Little Rebecca was born July Sponsors for Rebecca included IJoyd brother of Roger Patricia sister of and Anna and Carolos Romanillos of Veterinary viewpoint Cats need vaccinations to build immunity Cats can become immune to diseases in a few different Most for have immunity from disease which is inherited from the mother through the or first This inherited immunity wears off as the kitten grows usually six to twelve This natural immunity should be as closely as possible with immunization through cats can be immunized against some of the major At the present there are vac cines for feline rabies and sometimes the acquired clostral immunity in terferes with the development of antibodies when a young kitten is That is why it is im portant to give shots in a A cat may also achieve immunity from disease with the exception of which is always fatal if it recovers from an In such the cats body builds up defenses against the disease which it has But why take the chance This weekly column is provided as a public service by the Comul County Veterinary Medical New Braunfels National Bank MEMBER VICTORIA BANK tortes you to listen to Reflections A htod at where we to fail Cniriy vtai we an nw Sunday Mornings at 9 on January 1985 featuring BiRNHARD HARST HOONolii Lobby Houn MombyThuniUy DriveThru Hownu your kpMlb Imumi f4ATIONAL BANK Braunfels DEAR ABBY As a may I add my opinion on whether a tomato is a fruit or a vegetable Botanically a fruit is considered to be a mature ovary of a which is what a tomato It contains seods just as all fruits do except parthenocarpic which are bred to be There are many types of For an apple is a pome fruit and a peach is a drupe A tomato is actually a berry commonly a tomato is treated as a vegetable because people do not eat them like other Many other vegetables that are botanically classified as fruits are actually pepper and eggplant are also but are treated as On the other there are some veget ables that are not considered For example Brussels sprouts are lettuce and cabbage are and broccoli and cauliflower are flowers It matters little what you call them as long as youre happy when you eat DEPARTMENT OF UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS DEAR PARIVAR I give Pass the DEAR ABBY Regarding Dog Tired in I also had the problem of dogs coming on my property to do their dirty Then I heard about a solution that really Sprinkle mothballs or crystals around the shrubbery and bushes the dogs Do this every three or four weeks and youll have no Dogs hate this It will also discourage rabbits and DOGTIRED IN MICHIGAN ACROSS 1 Bang 5 USCs rival 9 Daughter of David 14 Garden ools 15 Rizzuto 16 Dress style 17 Oxidize 18 Gwynne 19 Welland 20 GIs1 club 21 Gotham 23 Through an agent 25 Classes 26 Likely 27 Bof NB South of 32 Fur 35 Eternities 36 Flank 37 Blue shade 38 Dignity 39 Voyage 40 Sprightly 41 Misplace 42 Jolts 43 Reluge 44 Outlay 45 Vandal 46 Attempt 48 Got on first 52 Some quakes 56 Beverage 57 Climbing vine 58 Bugaboo 59 District on the Thames 60 Slanguage 61 Viscount 62 Drinks 63 Oracles 64 Bastes 65 Wrestle dirty DOWN 1 Copse growth 2 Very bad 3 Fabulist 4 CST less 1 5 On deck base ball 6 Toffeellke 7 Flower 8 Reversal 9 Footballer 10 Sad word 11 Skimpy fashion 12 13 Lean on 21 No dice 22 Hair treatment Gettogether 27 Crow PftEVIOUt PUZZLi SOLVID Mll I BftlM1111 LUHlRJ I ICIEMPIRIEISITII IG1EI lirNITliTRTeiPl iDlOlWrNTHAlslTaJDlulDl onrarara HEQBH raara noHim Hnaram QHHQ 28 Noun ending 30 Mine passage 31 Fiber knots 32 Crakes kin 33 Armadillo 34 Theater area 35 Greek god 36 Cheated 38 Liquid drops 42 Baked Items 44 Jewel units 45 Walkers 47 Singer 48 Fastener 49 America 50 Decamp 51 Obtuse 52 Too bad 53 Fervor 54 Brewers need 55 Molding 59 NWT native Horoscope By Stella Wilder JAN 11 Born you are strong of sturdy of and steadfast in Once a always a friend is the motto you live It may take you awhile to take anoth er into your circle of but once you have done it at least as far as you are a life time relationship that neither other people or circumstance can set You possess a sense of humor when you need it as a weap can be as cutting as a Deeply you are inclined to be either euphoric with joy or in the depths of depression with Such extremes of feel ing can make you a difficult person to live You like to think of yourself as a but you are not inclined to be open about Those feelings you Also born on this date are Alex ander statesman Eva Le To see what is in store for you find your birthday and read the corresponding Let your birthday star be your daily 12 CAPRICORN Guard against the effects of anoth ers recent legal You may not be up to a legal battle AQUARIUS 18 Look to your own pioneer spirit for the answer to questions of You can make a big difference to PISCES 19March 20 Go as quickly as you can to the source of whatever information comes your way Double check facts and A minute with Andy Rooney in the HeraldZeitung HvraldZeitung USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday 01 by call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Biaunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Kramer General Manager Claude Bettie Manager Robert Dave Kramer Advertising Manager Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Pholocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Patricia Yznaga King Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX ARIES March 21Aprll 19 Anothers play for power may get in the way of the progress youve been TAURUS April 20May 20 Conserve your energy for afternoon You can accomplish a definite coup by days GEMINI May 21June 20 You should have little difficulty coping with a change on the home front Youve been expecting CANCER June 21July 22 Hurt feelings may follow a clash of Take your time digesting new information it may signify more than you LEO July 22 Com plete routine chores early in the A question of priorities adds to VIRGO 22 Cut through red tape Things will run more smoothly once you All signs point to a LIBRA 22 Make others as aware of their hid den resources as you are of All partners must cooperate today SCORPIO 21 Let minor points go by the The larger issues are the ones youre interested in SAGITTARIUS 21 Present yourself as you wish to be Interviewers have little imagination auditioners even less Keep an ear to the ground on local events in the HeraldZeitung Im thn mijh IIIHII Srinw hum UMIHIII niiilhiMti Culotiiilo niiilliin thiuliijh Ihi mill DRAW THE 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