New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 18, 1991, Page 4

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 18, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4H&att-Zdtung New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, July I J. 1991 Club notes Dear Abby All veterans deserve our thanks Lioness Club officers for the year 1991 -92 are from left, front row, Mariam Weiss, one-year director; Irene Bowers, president; Deanie Nunley, one-year director. Back row, from left, Annie Price, secretary; Alice Staats. one-year director; Mary Kaderli, second vice president; Margaret Painter, third vice president; Tess Campbell, treasurer; Virginia Hendricks, first vice president. Not shown is Anne Monday, tail twister and Evelyn Wimberly, one-year director. AAUW The New Braunfels Branch of the Amcncan Association of University Women met for breakfast and the year’s closing meeting at the Holiday inn June 8. Mrs. Lucille Bell, leadership growth trainer, spoke about her AAUW experiences and the importance and advantages of membership in the organization. Diane Bader, chairman of the scholarship committee, introduced the winners of two S350 scholarships awarded by the branch to mature women wishing to continue their higher education Linda Dewitt, kindergarten teacher at Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic School, will work toward certification in early childhood education and eventually a master’s degree. Dora Gonzales, a volunteer work cr for Family Outreach and the Comal County Women’s Center, will begin work toward a degree in sociology at Southwest Texas State University to qualify fully for work as a family advocate Plans for this summer’s project which will provide funds for next year's scholarship were presented by Beverly Thrift, chairman of the Cultural Arts Committee. Circle Ans Theatre will present a benefit performance of “Once Upon a Mattress" on Friday. July 19. Tickets arc available from members as well as at China ’n Things in Landa Plaza Shopping Center. Branch membership is open to all graduates of accredited colleges and universities. Interested panics are invited to call Nettie Oakes at 620-5315 for more information. Officers for the comming year are Jean Jones and Pauline Reynolds, co-presidents; Katie Gordon, program vice president; Nettie Oakes, membership vice-president; Laurie Jasins-ki, secretary and Joyce Henderson, treasurer. — Agnes Lehmann Lions Club New Braunfels Evening Lions Club recently elected officers for 1991-92. Newly-elected president is Richard Bingham; the Rev. Rodney Wells, first vice president; Bennie Ray Simons, second vice president; “Windy” Blair, third vice president; Daniel Hutchison, treasurer; Carl Holzheus-cr, secretary; Larry Kunkel, tail twister, Roy Crcnwclge, lion lamer; Bobbie Hasert and John Brinkley, board of directors; Lowell Hansard, assistant tail twister. George Bckcn. assistant lion tamer; and Linda Jo Blair, official greeter Receiving the award for Lion of the Year was Larry Kunkel. Currently the club is working on a weekend project of installing insulation and a new ceiling in the Girl Scout Hut chi Howard Street, — Sue Hasert DEAR ABBY: I served in the LI.S. Navy from February' ’87 until February '91. I served the better part of that time overseas in the Philippines working as a postal clerk at the Fleet Mail Center, Subic Bay. I still wear my dog tags all the time, and sometimes people will see them and ask, “Were you over there?” (meaning Saudi Arabia), and I say, “No, I was in the Philippines most of the time." Then they say, “Oh.” like “No big deal." I can speak for most of the people I worked with that it was no picnic. Several coup attempts took place w hile I was there. (A Marine sergeant was killed about three blocks from my house.) Abby. I would like people to know that even though we weren’t “over there." we did our part during the Gulf crisis. SAILOR TAYLOR DEAR SAILOR: You make an excellent point. Every' man and woman who served in any branch of the armed forces — whether or not they were in a shooting war — did their part. Time away from one’s family is no picnic, whether one is serv ing in “the Gulf ’or Gulfport, Miss. DEAR ABBY: This concerns “Illinois Victim.” who was being beaten by a man in her yard, and the neighbor who didn’t even call the police. His comment (“I didn’t want to get involved") interested me. Some time ago, I saw a driver who appeared to be drunk cause a serious accident. I immediately called the police to tell them I had seen an accident: no one even w anted to take my name or telephone number. After IO calls, one hour later, someone grudgingly took my name and phone number, saying, “Someone will call you.” Nobody called until six months later, when I got a subpoena through the mail demanding that I appear in court. In large letters w as this threat: “IF YOU FAIL TO APPEAR IN COURT A WARRANT WILL BE ISSUED FOR YOUR ARREST." Abby, in the school where I teach, if a teacher takes a day off. the teacher must pay the substitute. I got a substitute for the day of the trial, only to be called that morning at 8:30 a m. and told that the case had been postponed! It was too late to cancel the substitute, so I lost that day’s pay. Yesterday, I got a notice for the next court date, which means I will have to hire another substitute. Now do you wonder why no one wants to “get involved"? I am being treated more like a criminal than a witness! After six months. I hardly remember what happened, and because I wanted to be a good citizen, I am now being penalized. Please comment. SUN CITY. ARIZ. DEAR SUN CITY: As an eyewitness, your testimony could be crucial in this case, so please don’t abandon your responsible SHOE CLEARANCE SPECTACULAR! JOIN ME IM DRUG TEXAS MEMOS CAMS ABOUT A MNM PBS TEXAS Julie and Terry Knight would like to express our appreciation and thanks to the New Braunfels Police Department and to all those who were there in our time of need.    J Orig. 18.00-69.00 Step lo lilt- lk*ui of fabulous savings on women s spring and summer footwear \ great selection of casual to dressy stiles in assorted colors Be sure lo pick up your pate die hest selections will run oui fast Shoe Department. Putti ting (hr Amc th. tm Dhow Save on our Best-Sellin Exterior & Interior Pain lOVtdf Wa MMM) A-1O0 [fanor Flat Late* P*! HOUSE ATRI!* YOUR CHOICE 14.49 GAL SALL — lOVrat Haftaiift - Classic?? lritenor Flat Latex VALL PAINT • HAT*. Acrylic • Longer lasting than other exterior paints • One coat coverage • Withstands scrubbing and abrasion SO d* MHW I SAVI NOW AT I HISE SHIR WIN-WILLIAMS STORRS: I Mf KROS RNOW. ASR SHI RWIN-WIUIAMS. * Sate ends August 3rd364 Landa Street New Braunfels, Texas 625-8558 ity as a good citizen. And by the way, whatever happened to one’s constitutional right to a speedy trial? “Justice delayed is justice denied,” said William Gladstone, who was prime minister of England in the late 1800s. But, of course, our courts were not as clogged in the late 1800s as they are today. DEAR ABBY: I have been happily and faithfully married to my husband for 14 years. The problem is with our family doctor. Recently, my husband thought he had a bladder infection, so he went to our doctor, who ran one urine test that turned out negative. Then the doctor informed my husband that he had a sexually transmitted disease! My husband asked if it was possible to have had this “sexually transmitted disease" for 14 years — or was there some other way of getting it? Also, wouldn't it be wise to run another test just to make sure? The doctor insisted that his diagnosis was correct, then with a smirk he added, “I’m not suggesting that you run home and beat your wife, but you obviously got it from her." Abby, no wife could be more faithful than I. I never even looked at another man in more than 14 years. My husband says he believes me, yet he’s been having bad dreams ever since. I know I'd be accused of “protesting too much" if I confronted the doctor. This is a small town, and it could make matters even worse. Besides. I hear that this doctor thinks all non-churchgoers (like my hus band and myself) are pretty much “scum" anyway. What can I do? I’m not taking this lightly. BRISTLING IN ARIZONA DEAR BRISTLING: First, change doctors—even if it mean* getting your checkups in a nearby town. According to Dr. Willard Cates Jr., director of the Sexually Transmitted Disease Division of the Centers for Disease Control in Atlanta: “No diagnostic test is IOO percent accurate. Your husband should be retested to confirm the original test result.* (Some sexually transmitted diseases can lie dormant for long periods of time; also you failed to mention which one your husband allegedly has.) The doctor who accused you unjustly is guilty of unprofessional behavior. He was also in error in refusing to perform more definitive tests. Report him to your county medical society. DEAR ABBY: I’ll get right to the point. I am 45, female, divorced, no children, and I’ve been told that I am very good-looking. I live in Beverly Hills, Calif., but will travel anywhere for the right opportunity. All I want is a decent man — age is no object as long as he’s ambulatory, but he has to have money. Any suggestions? LOOKING FOR DADDY WARBUCKS DEAR LOOKING: Gail Sheehy said, “The best way to attract money is to give the appearance of having it.” Trust her. CHRISTMAS HW JULY! Griot Sections! Groat Prim! • Televisions • Video Cassette Recorders • Washer I Dryer • Ak Conditioners ■ -    •    Refrigerators    • SA VE BIG ON OUR APPLIANCE CLOSE-OUT! Limited Tune Only' Ueuhan&se >* Paced Ia Home A Ho** feet1 We rn paced a* m-wock apvkencm Ie moue end mime I**!' 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