New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 21, 1991, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

July 21, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas HeraSti-ZeltUng, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, July 21, 1991 Page 11A Betty Marsh Green, right, of New Braunfels accepts the innovative fundraising award from Beth Ward, executive director of National CASA in Boston. Flag fundraiser ends Comal County Child Advocacy, winner of the CASA National Award for Innovative Fundraising Ideas in 1990, has completed its fundraiser for 1991. The flag was displayed from March I to July 8 on top of the New Braunfels Utilities building to honor the American troops serving in Operation Desert Storm. June I marked the beginning of the second “Build a Flag” fundraiser. During the fundraiser persons bought squares and stars of the flag for SIO and $25 respectively. Child Advocacy is a non-profit organization that benefits children involved in custody disputes as well as victims of abuse or neglect. The local group is affiliated with the state and national group Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA). Persons purchasing stars include, Mr. and Mrs. James R. Clark; Stella Schaefer in memory of Adolph Schaefer, Rocking R River Rides; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Fambrough II; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gittinger; Johnson Furniture in honor of Wallace John- FOR QUICK SAIL.3 and 4 Day Theme Cruise From *299 Norwegian Cruise Line is having a sale on three and tour day cruises on tfw Southward With Seasaver tares, three day cruises from LA to Catalina and Ensenada $299 per person, double occupancy Four day, including a stop m San Diego—$349 MMK ocrraio* CASM cairn* 3 DAY $299 $339 4 DAY $349 $399 Fun ar* pm parson doubt# occupancy Cart am raaincnonc app? I J I Wo* U Ti ava* to* data a SEGUIN 1013 W. Court 379-8420 RENN ERT WORLD TRAVEL, INC NEW BRAUNFELS 367 Landa Street 625-6966 er 74 f Cleaning? lf you or a parent are tired of housework, Call... CAMLU RETIREMENT APARTMENTSWe Can Help! Imagine your own maid cleaning your apartment once a week. No more dusting, running the vacuum or getting down on your hands and knees to scrub the bathroom. At ( AMLI) we take care of the cleaning. We’ll even change your sheets and provide you with fresh linens. Hut, weekly housekeeping is just (tile of the many delightful amenities offered at ( AMLI). Call Today, and we’ll tell you more. an Again! Move to Camlu "More Than Just Apartments’ (512) 396 <1271    *»* HOI Wonder World Dr. San Marcos, Tx. 78666 OUI LU i TmTnte r7s ted! n~ dd I Ho n a I In7ormation about Camlu. 1401 Wonder World Dr San Marcos. TX 78666 Dear Abby Daughter’s use of birth control has mom at loss for words son; Dcanya and Mike Qualls and family; Dr. Dorothy Overman; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Calc; Marion Ammann in memory of Bill Ammann; Dave and Emily Riding in memory of Jeanette Lea; Breakfast Lions Club in memory of Joyce Borchcrs; Dona Bruns; Herman Blohm in memory of Verona Blohm; Ray and Kathy Schoch; Lila Schocnfcld for all children; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Dponcnbcrg and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boyer in honor of Rachel. Purchasing squares were; New Braunfels Fire Department Auxiliary; Mrs. Virginia Graves Webb in memory of Father and Mother; A.V. Giglcr; Peggy Edwards in honor of grandsons; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne EfTcnbcrgcr in honor of Vivian Reagan and Candace Cinotto; Calvin H. Yuill; Gladys Barding in memory of Hclmuth Barding; Thomas or Janice Barber in honor of Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Barber; Lynn and P.J. Gardner; Mike and Janice Moody; Carolyn and Eddie Moore in honor of all children; Mr. and Mrs. James Wilson in honor of all children; Jan Kcn-nady and Sunshine Class of United Methodist Church in honor of Jesus. Name Mail to Address CAMLU " " (’ily/^late/7!p DEAR ABBY. Our 19-year-old daughter is a college sophomore, living at school. Recently, while in her old room at home, I came across a pharmacy bag containing contraceptive supplies with a receipt dated 2 1/2 years ago. At that time, she was dating a 19-year-old guy, with whom she recently broke up (six months ago) after a three-year relationship. She’s a great kid, well-adjusted, always obeyed her curfew, and doesn’t drink or do drugs. Should I just forget about this and be glad she at least took responsibility for protecting herself? (She has never been willing to discuss sex with me.) I have not mentioned this to her father. Should I? I feel a bit like a traitor keeping it from him, but he is her father. Thank you for any advice you can offer. HER MOTHER DEAR MOTHER: Your daughter is to be commended for her (a) maturity and (b) sense of responsibility regarding contraception. If it will ease your mind to have a private conversation with your daughter about your “discovery,** do so. But if sharing the information with your husband could possibly sour their relationship, please reconsider. The past is history. DEAR ABBY: You recently published a letter signed “‘Real’ Adoptive Parent" from a mother who was upset by insensitive questions. My wife and I are the parents of three girls: one, an adopted Korean-born child; another, a biracial child; and one who is our daughter by birth. We belong to a local adoptive-parent support group where we have heard every imaginable story about encounters with prejudice and insensitivity. We have also learned how’ to handle such questions. When asked what seems to be an impertinent question, it is best to assume that there was no harm intended. For example, one woman asked if my Korean daughter was “mine.” When I responded, “Yes,” she asked, “How much did she cost?” When asked, “What happened to her ‘real’ mother?” a good response would be, “I have been married to her for more than 20 years.” When asked, “Are they your natural children?” I say. “We don’t use any preservatives or artificial ingredients.” By answering good-naturedly, and with a little humor, parents can communicate two very important lessons to their children: how they can one day handle such questions, should the need arise; and at the same time demonstrate that since the parents are not embarrassed by their family, neither should the chi-dren be. ROBERT KLAHN, PRESIDENT, RAINBOW FAMILIES, TOLEDO, OHIO DEAR ROBERT: Thank you for your helpful suggestions, as well as your eye-opening letter. Families interested in infor mation about adoption can contact Adoptive Families of America, 3333 Highway IOO North, Minneapolis, Minn. 55422. 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For more than 20 years, the Baptist Memorial Hospital System has provided first-class cardiac care services to the community. Our Baptist AirLite helicopter transports cardiac patients in an intensive care ens imminent — a first in South Texas. Baptist Medical Center was the first private hospital in San Antonio to provide a unit dedicated exclusively to the care of heart patients. We were among the first to perform open heart surgeries and heart catheterizations. In fact, doctors at Baptist Medical Center have performed thousands of open heart procedures in the past 20 years. And last year alone, they performed more coronary bypass operations than any other private hospital in San Antonio. That makes the Baptist team one of the most experienced in the state. Now that same experience is available to patients in northeast Bexar County and surrounding communities. The Cardiac Care Center at Northeast Baptist Hospital — a new cath lab, a new operating room. 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