New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 19, 1987, Page 14

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February 19, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page 14 Herald-Zeiturig. New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, February 19,1987Dear AbbyState of Steady Date’s Pate Arouses Woman’s Curiosity DHAR ARRY: I ani a single, professional, working woman in my early .‘His. Several months ago I met a wonderful young man who I think is falling in love with me. I ll call him Note. He’s intelligent, interest ing, well educated, good looking and »onsiderate. We’ve been dating regularly, and lie s been very open Crossword and honest with me about every aspect of his life. Recently I learned from a longtime friend of Nate’s that he started wearing a hairpiece shortly before I met him. He has never indicated to me that lie is wearing a hairpiece and I would never let on that I know, hut do you think if he would ACROSS I Sports q< ti 5 Singer 10 Scram1' 14 Mar gar me 15 Boxing ring IC Incrustation I 7 Baking unit 18 Ontario arid Huron 20 I rial runs 22 Assn 23 Iii re 24 Side ilv,Ii* 2f> T In ow of I 27 Bars 30 People 31 Goodies 31 Chieftain 30 Reptile 37 Roast type 38 Rotate I ) I em Iii ,Ii society 11 Nigerian Negro 42 Peruse 13 On a dont 45 (iold se* ter, 47 V* rn. tty 13 Cricket held p lits 40 Inveigled 50 RUB" role 53 Auricle 5 I Fringes 58 Power to qive off 6 I Viva voce 62 tryst 63 Black bird 64 Hand out 65 Individuals 66 Resource 67 Turmoil DOWN 1 I aster ier 2 Lily genus 3 Souchong arid hyson I Blarney 5 Satctiel ti Weaponry 7 Forecasters 8 Broken I* mil 9 Grain IO Kinds 1 I Similar to 12 Pr* igno’.tic 13 New World 19 Scottish VIP 2 I K md of PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED c A T ' E Rl L A T E s: T I R A I O' y E O' y e’ N L. a' d’ E S ’t O' o‘ P| V 1 [ 'n' Dl I S V E H A T r' E D e' T E C T E D m' a’ 1 D| ' T ' a' L ' V E r‘ s S c O o' t' e' R S| es' I si ll 0 : T ' u' si I0' P A L ' s\ |F E W A M ’ I ' s ; L' I ' c' El w, E ' T ' A G A si r E L e' j| [D u E it; 's' [c 0 ’n ]s O B E R S V V A P P R O' V E| Ir O b' E C 'n E A T I 'n G |w A F F L E H ‘e ‘a ;r ■ !c 'a ‘r It : ' I R *E [bi E ’n Ic E t 'u 11 e' ’r A 's IE* D O lf 's1 E ‘b ’t [r ’e 's Y 's' machine 25 Solutions 26 I louse seller 2 7 Uncover 28 Antilles island 29 Fruit 30 By 3 I I a t notices i2 Nmesome 43 Hair color Ob u ured 4<a I njoys 40 Huskies 42 I rat,lures I I 20 24 38    29 5 1 ti 7 8 n L J ■ J ■ 25 * 30 ■ 35 39 ” PM • ■ ■ ■ S3 ■ r CO I r Cf. __ .....J 44 Arrow poison 46 Slipknots 47 Rush 49 Hideaways 50 Make over 5 1 Asian land 52 Chomp 514 Dusky limes 55 Backbone 56 Gutter site 57 Executed 59    bad boy 60 Nevertheless IO 1 1 IT? 13 55    56    57 hide something like this, he might he hiding something more important? Should I confront Nate with what I know, and if so, how? WONDERING IN CALIFORNIA DEAR WONDERING: Don’t confront him. And please don’t assume that he might be hiding something more important. Some men are very sensitive about their baldness, which has nothing to do with ’’deception” and everything to do with their own perception of themselves. Erie Hoffer once said: “We do not mind having our hair ruffled, but we will not tolerate any familiarity with the toupee which covers our baldness.” DEAR ABBY: Your recent column signed “Dunned to Death,” concerning the way people are hounded by charities these days, will strike a familiar chord with many. Your advice: “Don’t stop giving to charities of your choice because of those who dun you to death with high pressure tactics” is excellent, hut I might add, consumers should check with their local Better Business Bureaus to determine the reliability and reputation of the charity. Our records show that in many cases, anywhere from 40 cents to 90 cents out of every dollar raised goes to pay professional fund raisers, leaving very little for tin* charity. EDWARD F. HESSEL JR., PRESIDENT, B.B.B. INC., LOUISVILLE, KY. DEAR MR. HESSEL: I agree, every giver is entitled to know how much of his dollar will go for fund-raising, hut ifs important to realize that in many cases (telethons, for example), a charity must spend big money in order to raise big money — in which case, it’s worth it. Hut, I recommend that before giving, one should ask for an accounting of that charity's administrative costs. Every legitimate charity will make those figures available. DEAR ABBY: Could you please save a marriage? My .husband and I each made a New Year's resolution, and we’ve agreed that if either one of us should fail, then on June I, the loser has to pay the other one $100. My husband resolved to quit smoking. I resolved to lose 20 pounds. (I’m 5 foot 7 and weigh 155 pounds; my husband doesn’t need to lose any weight.) Here’s the catch. ! don’t smoke, so I don't put any temptation in front of him, hut he hauls out doughnuts, cookies, chips and dips in front of me, and proceeds to pig out while I’m looking on — tempted, lf I taste something, he freaks out. He does Winter Put a ceiling on your heating costs. lf lowering your home heating costs is upper most in your mind tins winter, take a look up in your attic. Unless its property insulated. you i e letting a lot of heated air and cold cash go to waste. How much is wasted? Well. its been estimated ti tat an uninsulated I tome loses twice as much I leat as an insulated one. Fortu r lately, installing attic insulation is an energy-saving task you can easily do yourself. Whet i you're shopping for insulation, consider its ”R value” its resistance to heat. The higher the R value, the better tire insulabon resists heat loss. Insulation is available in a variety of materials and thicknesses. For attics. PEC recommends R 26. Make sure your heating costs don't go through the roof' this winter. Insulate your attic now and you'll begin saving money for a long time to come. This is part of a series of informative reports developed by PEC to help you save ener gy and money. Johnson City Bertram. Canyon Lake. Kyle-Buda. Lake Travis and Marble Falls this in front of company, too, and I don’t hold up very well in the face of temptation. My husband says he has to work with smokers all day, and he is tempted constantly, so he figures it evens the score if he eats fattening foods in front of me. TEMPTED IN CANADA DEAR TEMPTED:    Don’t “taste” anything — the first bite is the beginning of the end. Hang in there, and I hope you lose enough to be $100 richer by June I. To tempt you deliberately is the height of meanness. Your husband could play the serpent in the Garden of Eden. DEAR ABBY: My husband and I recently had five couples to our home for dinner. It was a lot of work, as an extensive menu had been requested. We spent the entire day preparing the dinner and were busy in the kitchen up until the time we served it. We didn’t even have a chance to sit down and converse with our guests. The dinner was delicious — everyone raved. But immediately after the dessert, one of the guests asked for a newspaper to check the movie listings! Before we knew it, four couples were putting on their coats and running out the door so they wouldn’t be late for the movie. I will say in their defense that they invited my husband and me to join them, hut we declined. I may be old-fashioned or too sensitive, but when people go to someone’s home for the kind of meal we prepared, and then run away to a movie immediately afterward, I call that unacceptable behavior. To add insult to injury, they telephoned us to say they couldn’t get into the movie of their first choice, and would we check the listings for their second choice! What do you think of such people? TOO SENSITIVE IN N Y. DEAR SENSITIVE: The behavior you describe is not only “unacceptable,” it’s downright rude! You say the menu had been “requested,” which would indicate that your dinner guests came primarily to eat. Wellmannered guests would have remained after dinner to converse. These folks obviously came only to eat, so ail you missed was the company of a lot of “oink-oinks” to round out the evening. (To get Abby’N booklet, “How to Write Letter* for All Occasion*,” wend a cheek or money order for $2.50 und a long, stamped CIU cent*), ttelf-ad-drcMNcd envelope to: Dear Abby, Letter Booklet, I'.O. Box 447, Mount Morn*. III. BIOM.) 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