New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 20, 1991, Page 4

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 20, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope Parents of lovesick teen searching for cure DEAR ABBY: We are a middleclass family with a 20-year-old son '.and a 16-year-old daughter. Our problem is the girl — ‘Karen." She's Keen going with the same boy, ‘Mark." for a year and a half. He’s 17. and they are so wrapped up in each other, it s terrible. Karen was always a happy, outgoing girl. but now shes secretive and quiet. She used to confide in me. She doesn’t go places with her girlfriend- like she used to; they don't even call her anymore. Her grades have plunged this year. so she has to go to summer school to make up some credits I have tried to reason with her We have restricted her to seeing Mark only once a week because they x ere getting too thick 1 She says she ‘loves" him We have talked until vie are blue in the face alrout doing something liesides waiting for Mark tocall, but she can't —or won t — see the light. What can we do? KAREN'S PARENTS DEAR PARENTS:    Your daughter hat* a bad ca se of lovesickness. She needs someone she can talk to honestly about her feelings. Unfortunately, there is now little communication between you and Karen. So, family counseling might bring you closer together. Karen needs to see you as loving parents, which is what you are, instead of “the enemy” — using your parental power to keep her from seeing the boy she loves. (Don’t ridicule her; although she is only 16, her love is genuine.! Ask your family doctor to recommend a family therapist, lf money is tight, your YWCA may be the answer. And hats off to you for seeking help. DEAR ABBY: I need your opin- Elsie’s Tours 379-1257 Sept IO Yoakum Country Musk USA Sept 22 Cotowdo hill Colors Ort. 713 Bronson Ozark Speed ALIGN! BRAKES & SUSPENSION GRAND OPENING 189 I 35 WEST 620-7227 Next To Hungry Hobo Open 7:30-5:30 M-F    8-12    Saturday 5 Wheel -Computerized Alignment Check -4 Tire Rotation -Brake Inspection $095 Brake Service Specials 95 per axle ’Good ttwu 6/30AH 'Price applies toward alignment it needed from Receive $10 oft any Brake Job with I coupon Good thru 6/30/91. I I barn) Mu ta Hic pa Ut blight!/ tuytiof ion. Two weeks ago, I gave my girlfriend an engagement ring. We have been going together for nearly two years, and it’s understood that we will get married in about a year. so she wasn’t exactly surprised. (I am 24 and she is 21.) Now, the problem: The ring I gave her is a three-carat zircon — set in white gold. It looks exactly like a diamond, but it is not nearly as expensive. I never did tell her it wasn’t a diamond, and she has been showing it off at work and to her relatives. Now I'm too embarrassed to tell her the truth. I keep thinkingthat one day, when I can afford it, I will replace it with a real diamond, but now I don’t have the nerve to tell her the truth. What should I do? NO GUTS DEAR NO GUTS: Please get the guts to tell her the truth, and the sooner the better. If she should decide to insure the ring, she would he told immediately that it is not a diamond. Your engagement would be less “rocky” if she heard it first from you. TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR WEIGHT Permanent Weight control Through Hypnotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming CALL FOR FREE INFO LONNIE SHOEMAKER Certified Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner 529-1008    i    New    Braunfel9 YOU TELL US WHAT YOU WANT! WE CLEAN YOURS FREE I room cleaned FREE I upholstered piece cleaned FREE I room carpet cleaned FREE FREE Scotchguard Entire carpet in your home Entire carpet in your home 3 upholstered pieces 3 upholstered pieces Protect your carpet and upholstered furniture investment with regular professional deaning - AND - insure a dean, healthy home environment for your family. Tell us what you want, call Terry today at 629-1322 for a FREE ESTIMATE. -TERRY'S CLEAIYING629-1322 SERVICES 1630 Highway 81 West New Braunfels Serving the Tri-County Area since 1972 Attorneys Speak deadline to mail in legal questions is Triday, June 28th. Qualified legal profes sionals will answer your questions anonymously. Any legal question pertaining to * Litigation * Tax Law * Wills & Probate * f amily Law * Real Tstute * Criminal Law * Civil Law Send your question in today! ISSUE DATT: Tuesday, July 2nd Questions must be received by  _Friday,    June    28_ Mull to: the New Braunfels Herald /chung c/o I he Attorneys Speak P.O. Box 311328 New Braunfels, Tx. 78130 Attorneys 3pt-uk Question Form Muil to: The New Braunfels Herald /chung c/o I he Attorneys Speak PO Box SMSI* New Braunfels, Ix. 781 SO Public Notice Southwestern Bell Telephone Company (Company), in accordance with the rules of the Public Utility Commission of Texas (Commission), hereby gives notice of the Company’s intent to implement a new schedule of telephone rates in Texas for residence Custom Calling Services, effective August 1.1991. unless otherwise determined by the Commission. The Company has filed an application with the Commission to restructure and change the rates for certain residence Custom Calling Services. The Custom Calling Services affected by the Company's application are optional telephone service arrangements that provide the following features: Call Waiting. Call Forwarding. Three Way Calling. Speed Calling 8 and Speed Calling 30. The Company’s proposal would increase the monthly rate for the individual Call Waiting feature from $2.10 to $3.10 for residence customers. Also, the rates for certain combinations of Custom Calling Features (Call Waiting, Call Forwarding. Three-Way Calling and Speed Calling-8) would increase or decrease depending upon the combination of features. In addition, the company proposes to obsolete the optional Custom Calling Service feature Speed Calling 30 for residence customers except for existing customers at their existing locations. Following are the feature combinations and their current and proposed rates. One Feature Per Line Current Proposed Call Waiting $2 10 SI. 10 Call Forwarding 2 10 2 10 Three-Why Calling 2 10 2 IO Speed Calling-8 2 10 2 10 Two Features Per Line Current Proposed Call Whiting, Call Forwarding 375 4.50 Call Whiting, 3-Why Calling 3 70 4.50 Call Whiling, Speed Callmg-8 3 70 4.50 Call Forwarding, 3-Why Calling 3.70 3.50* Call Forwarding. Speed Calling 8 3 70 3.50* 3-Why Calling Speed Calling 8 3 70 3.50* Three Features Per Line Current I Call Whiting, Call Forwarding and 3 Why Calling 5.30 5.90 Call Whiting, Call Forwarding and Speed Calling 8 530 5.90 Call Writing, 3 Why Calling and Speed Calling 8 530 5.90 Call Forwarding 3 Wry Calling and Speed Calling 8 5 30 4.90* Four Features Per Line Curren! Proposed Call Writing Call Forwarding 3 Wry Calling Spited Calling 8 690 7.30 Speed Calling 30 320 3 20’ * ’denotes rate decrease V Soul!iwesterti Bells aprication proposes tootrsolete residence Speed Calling JO except for existing customers al then existing locations Most of the Company’s residence customers iii Texas who subscribe to one or more of the Custom Calling Service features will be affected by the proposed rate restructuring It is expected that the proposed rate restructuring of Custom Calling Services will increase ttie Company’s annual revenues by $ 15 9 million, which is an increase oI approximately one half ol 1 percent in tire Company's adjusted revenue for the twelve month period ending December 1990. 7 he restructuring will result in an increase in tire Custom Calling Services rates for approximately 2 5 million residence cub tomers and rate decreases for approximately 15,000 residence customers Also, the obsolesence ot the optional feature Speed Calling 30 will affect approximately 156,000 residence customers Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate iii these proceedings should notify the commission as soon as possible A request to intervene, participate, or for further information Should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757 Furthei information may also be obtained by calling the Public Utility Commission Public Information Office at (512) 458 0256 or (512) 458 0221 teletypewriter for the deaf ©Southwestern Bell TelephonePage 4       Herald-Ze/fung,    New    Braunfels,    Texas_Thursday,    June    20,    1991 Members of National Association of Retired Federal Employees. Club notes Trash pick-up Members of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees, Chapter 666, participated in the Highway cleanup June I. Members picked up trash in a two-mile stretch of Farm-to-Market 1044. Klwanls Club The regular meeting of the Kiwanis Club was June 13 preceded by a board of director’s meeting. Secretary’s monthly report to international and district was approved as printed and copies distributed. Copies of treasurer’s report were distributed, reviewed and approved. President Bell reported on results of the golf tournament, and suggested that we have another one in October. A new member project was discussed. After reading of last month’s minutes and approval the board meeting was adjourned to the regular meeting where Bobby Becker was formally inducted as a new member. The program was given by Paula Roscnstcin of Family Outreach of Comal County. They work with Texas Department of Human Services in reporting child abuse and neglect. Roscnstcin said there arc 38 Texas cities that have an Outreach office and there were 82,000 reports in Texas in 1990 which referred to 53,626 abused children, most of which had a background of alcohol or drug abuse. The use of “crack" cocaine seems to have caused most of the increase, she said. In Comal County in 1989 there were cases of 62 abused children, she said. She then showed a video of cases and conditions and asked for any volunteers to help with counseling parents and children. Dear Abby Boating buddies About 30 local children enjoy the glass-bottom boat during the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department’s Summer Discovery Camp at Landa Park The two-day nature-oriented camp conducted by park rangers included canoeing, fishing, bird watching and nature walks. (Photo by Mark Warnken) ;

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