New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 10, 1987, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 10, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Pogo SA Herald-Ze/funy, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, February IO, 1987 Dear Abby Girl Serious About Love Still Plays Behind Parents’ Backs New bishop to be installed at 83rd Diocesan Council DK AK ABBY: I am 16 years old and have been having a serious love relationship with a 21-year-old guy who is in the military. We met four months ago and see each other four or five times a week, but I feel very guilty because the time we spend together is kept from my parents. I have to make up lies about where I’m going and who I’m with. All my friends know about him and have helped us to sneak around. We are very much in love and tell each other so often. This is not a schoolgirl crush. Abby. He’s the man I want to spend the rest of my life with. We’re having sex but we are careful. I want to introduce this wonderful guy to my parents, but I’m afraid if they know I ’m seeing a 21-year-old guy they will forbid me to see him again, or even make trouble for him at the base. I’ve read your column since I was 11 years old and trust your advice. Please publish this for us and other couples who have this problem, and don’t say where it’s from. I know we're not the onlv ones. FORBIDDEN LOVE DK AK FOKBIDDKN: A 21-year-old guy is a man — or should be — and it’s very unmanly to sneak around with a girl behind her parents’ backs. I think you should introduce this wonderful guy to your parents. lf he's as wonderful as you say he is, he will quit sneaking around and look them in the eye. lf he’s not, maybe he’s not as wonderful as you think he is. Think about it. DKA It ABBY: My husband and I just received another one of those socalled invitations that go like this "The children of Mr and Mrs Blankety Blank are planning to honor their parents on their 2oth wedding anniversary. It will come to $1 T oh a plate for the dinner, plus .>7.r,l) if you want to go in on the group gift." Abby, if children want to "honor” their parents, why don't they give them a party instead of inviting people and asking them to pay .for it’* We have received several invita lions like this one, and think it's terrible We aren't cheap, hut this is like having a ticket to a party. M ast of the people in this area read your column, so maybe if you ran this (no names, please! you could put a stop to these pay your own way affairs MASSAC ’MUSK ITS M KS DKAK MKS.: lf it group of friends want to join together to honor someone, then each cheerfully pays his or her own way. But for family members to "honor" one of their own, and ask invited guests to pay for it, is out of line. DKAK ABBY I do my grocery shopping at a very large super market. There is one checkout woman ll guess you'd call her a cashier) who has been there for many years She's not young Anyway, yesterday when she checked out my groceries, she leaned toward me and said, "I lost my beloved Ricardo after 4M years of marriage; he had a massive heart attack with no warning.” I didn’t know what to say except, “Gee, I’m really sorry.” Abby, I don’t even know this lady’s name! She certainly did lay a depressing bit of news on me. I left the store feeling down in the dumps. I didn’t need to hear that kind of news from a total stranger. Please comment. IN THE DUMPS DEAR IN: Perhaps you didn’t need to hear that kind of news from a total stranger, but apparently she needed to talk Crossword about it. Sometimes the best thing we can do for a person is to listen. A little compassion, pl6B86* CONFIDENTIAL TO C.O.W., WATERLOO, IOWA: Heed the words of the wise philosopher Schopenhauer: "It is easy to let the adulation of the Deity make amends for the lack of proper behavior toward men. And so we see that in all times and in all countries, the great majority of mankind find it easier to beg their way into heaven by prayers than to deserve to go there by their actions." ACROSS 1 Long-running Broadway hit 5 Art transfer 10 Track event 14 Elongated circle 15 Redolence 16 Against 17 Not alike 19 Affirmatives 20 Musical key 21 Cap 22 Run 23 Reno number 25 Coagulate 26 Whip up 30 US Patent Off JI Interfere 34 Extremity 36 Dispatch 38 Follow 39 Skyscraper 42 Likewise not 43 Sluggish 44 Monikers 45 Broils 47 Handicraft 49 Sample 50 Zilch 51 Flawless 53 Weapons 55 Wildebeest 56 Instruction 61 Set down 62 The hour in Nome 64 Window part 65 Ms Davis 66 Rearrange 67 Indication 68 Place 69 NY team DOWN PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED CAR OLA M US EMPERAT C A MUG \P RI 1 Fashion 2 Bird Lat Bruise Wagner heroine Wetter Silkworm Degree holder 8 Forcefully 9 Fatten 10 Phoned 11 "Whenever you say" 12 Ambulate 13 Garden need 18 US tax gp 24 Jules — 25 Enter 26 Toss 27 Indonesian N DI SIE EID] LIV 0 P T re U R A L T A R A A F T O N S I E S T E T A T I N G E V I L 0 R A 'N E G N O N 0 0 a' Ll R M T A B O O • : N I A w A G E R s The Eight Rev. John H. Mac-N augh ton of San Antonio, coadjutor bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas since Feb. 6, will be instituted as the seventh diocesan bishop to lead the diocese since 1874 in ceremonies at 6 p.m. Thursday in St. John’s Romal Catholic Church in San Marcos. Rector of Christ Episcopal Church, San Antonio, prior to election as coadjutor in September of 1985, Bishop MacNaughton, native of Minnesota, will succeed the Right Rev. Scott Field Bailey, bishop of West Texas since Feb. 17, 1977, who will retire upon passing the bishop’s crosier to Bishop MacNaughton. The new diocesan bishop, whose jurisdiction will include 94 congregations in 60 counties in central-south Texas, will preside at the 83rd Annual Council of the Diocese convening Thursday afternoon in Strahan Coliseum on the campus of Southwest Texas State University. He will formally address the Council Friday. Host churches for the Council, which is expected to draw about 1,000 delegates, alternates, clergy, visitors and observers from around the diocese are St. Mark’s Church in San Marcos and St. Stephen’s Church in Wimberly. Registration will open at IO a.m. Thursday and Council will convene at 2 p.m. Opening service is at 5 p.m. and the institutaion of Bishop MacNaughton will be at 6 p.m. Thursday. The site of the 7 a.m. Holy Eucharist on Friday will be St. Stephen’s in Wimberley. The 7 a.m. service on Saturday will be celebrated at St. Mark’s in San Marcos. Council convenes at 9 a.m. on both Friday and Saturday. Major events of the Council include a report from the Department of Camps and Conferences on the conference colter and a State of the Church report. The 297 lay delegates and 120 clergy from 94 churches, including St. John’s Episcopal Church in New Braunfels, will also consider four resolutions and hear numerous reports from boards, commissions, and departments. Dinner Friday night will be served at the coliseum at 7:30 p.m. This will be a buffet dinner featuring foods from the countries whose flags have flown over Texas. At last count, that was approximately six. Banquet tickets are $20. Call St. John’s Episcoal Church office if you are not a delegate and wish to attend. Several of St. John’s choir members will join with other choirs from San Marcos and Seguin to sing at the opening service and institution of Bishop MacNauighton Thursday. ARE YOU PUTTING ME ON?+4 '\ f- MAKE THE ' CONNECTION a FOR SAFETY! I island 28 Inscribing 29 — Bravo 31 Halfway 32 Entwines 33 Cast out 35 House timber 37 Length unit Brit 40 Electees 41 Blubber 46 Hark 48 Spoke 51 Bay 52 Fallow 53 Openings 54 Turkish regiment 55 Chatters 57 Plant part 56 Facet 59 Skip over 60 Clears 63 Depot: abbr 14 17 20 TT zr 28 WI 34 39 42 ■ 45 46 50 61 64 67 James Grein Company 653 S. Seguin Tax Preparation Service in addition: •We will show how the new tax law will affect you for 1987 •We offer a set fee schedule •We give a 10% discount if all information in by March 1,1987 Call 629-3894 for Information/Appointment Bookkeeping, full service payroll, management assistance Y Don't v‘ Forget Your Valentine Valentine Love Lines Only $4.00 for 15 words Each additional word 20 Valentine Displays Only $ 4.25/column inch Include* valentine bonier Come by today Herald-Zeitung 186 S. Csstell 625-9144 Classified Dept. Deadline . February I1,19S7,#.»* Don’t Pay Th is Man! JKI Don’t Pay This Man.. .leave your checkbook at home! With qualifying insurance, we accept what your insurance company pays as payment in full. N.O.P.L (no pay) No Out-Of-Pocket Expense Call for your appointment. 629-4488 Richardson Chiropractic Clinic 606 South Walnut Walnut Square Shopping Center New Braunfels Dr. Jeriy Richardson. D.C. ;

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