New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 8, 1991, Page 6

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 8, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Kaleidoscope Page 6    Herald-Z»/tong,    New    Braunfels,    Texas    Thursday,    August    8,    1991Dear Abby Love affair ends in trip to the altar DEAK ABBY: In December 1987, I sent Christmas cards to all six of the addresses you had in your Operation Dear Abby III column. I received three responses — one was from a Ken Castaneda, serving on the USS Coral Sea. (The others wrote nice letters, but Ken’s wus special.) When Ken received my Christmas card, he was on a Mediterranean cruise, and we corresponded until his ship pulled into Norfolk, Va , ih March of 1988. Ken went on leave to his hometown of Brighton, Colo., and we talked for the first time when he called me in my hometown of St. Charles, Mo. He decided to drive from Colorado through Missouri to meet me on his way back to Virginia. (We still joke that if it hadn’t been “on the wuy" we would not have met.) To make a long story short, we had an awesome time together — and we have had a long-distance relationship since then. But now, we are making our dream come true, as you can see from the enclosed wedding invitation. How can I thank you? TONJA DILLON DEAR TONJA: You just did, and when thia goe« to prest you will be Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Castaneda. Congratulations and all good wishes to you both. DEAR ABBY. I can’t believe you let the woman who didn't know whether to tell her son that his dad is in jail get by with such flippancy ubout the nature of hts crime. Driving drunk is a violent crime. On at least three occasions he could have killed people, and if her big city is like ours (Houston), it’s unlikely that he was caught every time he broke the law, and likely that he was completely over the edge before the police noticed. That she dismissed his level of wrongdoing by saying, "My husband didn’t steal anything, nor did he commit a violent crime, indi cates that she still doesn’t get it. I’d rather have a role model for my child who stole to feed the family, than one who takes others’ lives in his hands so casually and without redemption. DEBRA DANBURG, STATE REPRESENTATIVE, AUSTIN, TEXAS DEAR MS. DANBURG: The mother wrote asking whether she should tell her 6 1/2-year-old son that his father was in jail for a year for driving drunk — or would it be better to say, “Daddy la away on busineas and he may be gone for a long time”? I advised her to tell her son the truth; I didn’t think it was necessary to rub salt in her wounds by reiterating that driving drunk is a very serious crime. She already knows that. DEAR ABBY: In response to the letter from “New Jersey," who asked what to give a nurse and the nurse’s aides for being extra kind to her elderly mother in a nursing home, you replied, “M-O-N-E-Y." Abby, a nurse could get F-I-R-E-D for accepting money from a patient or the patient's family. It is considered unethical for health-care professionals to accept monetary gifts. A card or note expressing sincere appreciation is acceptable and more than adequate. By this time, you have probably heard from several others, right? SEVERAL REGISTERED NURSES, GASTONIA, N.C. DEAR NURSES: "Several hundred” would be more accurate. I blew itl Everything you’ll need to know about planning a wedding can ba found in Abby** booklet, "How to Have a Lovely Wedding.” To order, send a long, buainoee-eiso, eelf-addressed envelope, plus eheck or money order for $8.98 ($4.50 in Canada) tot Dear Abby, Wedding Booklet, P.O. Boa 447, Mount Morris, 111. 81054. (Postage is included.) Extension Focus Keeping home-canned foods safe to eat By PAT A NOE RS OM RASOR County Extension Agent Taking certain food safety precautions is extremely important in keeping home-canned foods safe to eat. Unfortunately most cases of botulism, a serious food bo me illness that can cause death, comes from home-canned foods. While preventing chances of foodbome illness is important, those who spend time and effort canning foods do not appreciate losing them to food spoilage. Follow the recommended canning procedures to control the processes and microorganisms that can cause spoilage and contamination: The first step is to chooose only fresh produce that is free of signs of detenorauon like bruises, soft spots or other blemishes. Canning does not improve the quality of food. Produce should be canned as quickly after gathering as possible. Proper equipment and procedures are essential. Only standard canning jars should be used. Jars should be clean and free of nicks or scratches. If a product is to be processed less than IO minutes, the jars need to be sterilized by boiling for IO minutes. New lids are required for each jar to aesun an adequate seal. Metal tcrewbflris can be reused if they are free from dents or rust. Use only researched and tested recommendations for the time and temperature processing. The processing time and method depend on the type of food. A pressure canner is required for most vegetables and meats to reach high temperatures required to kill harmful bacteria. Dial gauge pressure canners need to bs tested for accuracy each year and the dial replaced if necessary. A boiling water bath can be used for foods such as fruits and tomatoes because fo their high acid content. Other methods of canning such as in the oven or microwave are not safe. Do not try to create your own recipe or alter ingredients in a tested recipe. Processing recommendations have been tested only for the specified ingredients and may be unsafe if altered. The recommended headspace in JHI is important to allow for expansion of liquid or food in the jar and adequate heat penetration during processing. Too little headspace can cause the food to bubble up and prevent a seal. Jars of food that do not seal properly may be saved if discovered and corrected no more than 24 hours after processing. The food can be refrigerated and vised within a few days. frozen or reprocessed. Freezing and reprocessing do, however, result in a softer texture and reduced nutritional value. To reprocess, remove the lid and check the sealing surface of the jar for nicks or scratches that may have prevented the seal. If necessary, place the food in a new jar. Be sure there are no panicles of food on the edge of the new jar. Add a lid treated according to manufacturer's instructions and screwband. Reprocess the full time given in directions. Proper storage of canned products is important to prevent deterioration or spoilage. Poods should be stored in I clean, cool, dark, dry place. The best storage temperature is SO degrees Fahrenheit to 70 degrees Fahrenheit. Foods stored in a hot place will lose quality fast and may spoil. Keep canned goods dry to prevent corrosion of metal lids, broken seals and spoilage. For best storage, use within one year. Signs that indicate spoilage include a broken seal, bulging lid, leaking jar. spurting liquid when jar is opened, off odor, mold, sliminess or improperly colored food. Club notes Eagles Auxillary The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary #2999 met Aug. 6 at 7:30 p.m. for a business meeting. Betty Solomon presided. There were 26 members present. It was reported that District will have a meeting in Palacios Aug. 10-12. Solomon has been elected us delegate. Floris Busch and Bernice Bbensberger announced they would be dividing money the Auxiliary has raised between the New Braunfels Children's Museum and the trophy case at Eagles Hall. The Auxiliary also voted to give United Way $25 and HOO to the Humane Society. There will be a kitchen shower at the birthday supper Aug. 20, so members are urged to look In their kitchens to see lf they have some items (old or new) that they can bring. The anniversary of the Aerie will be the first Sunday in September. Items for the pantry or country store can be brought to the hall any Thursday or at the next meeting. Lorie Holliwell gave the convention report. She was the Auxiliary's delegate to the convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. —Hannah Pow-ald. Newcomers Club The New Braunfels Newcomers Club met Aug. 6 at the Senior Citizens Center. After the regular meeting chaired by President Jean Cooney, the program with demonstrations. was given by Dennis Kraft and Barnaby, his seeing eye dog. Sixty-two persons were present July 29 for the annual luncheon sponsored by the club for Young Woman of the Year contestants. — Mildred English Retired Eagles The Retired Eaglet Activities Cub met July 21 at Eagles Hall. There were 63 members present and they played cards and domi noes for the afternoon. Six of the members were reported sick, three had their birthday, but no anniversaries. Club members participated in a guess game of candy in a jar, which was won by Ruth Hamilton. School reunion Guadalupe Valley School Reunion wu held July 28 at 2 p.m. at Fischers Ranch. Prizes were given to oldest student, Alex Elbel, 93, and to the youngest student, Viola Stonework. No teachers attended the reunion this year. Thirteen students were present. Hclmuih Schlameus was reelected chairman and Etta Hanz, secretary. Klwanlt Club The Kiwarns Club met Aug. I and the program wu given over entirely to repons and planning. Angela Beene reported on the Division 5 picnic planned for Sept. 29. The local club will furnish and cook food as well as sponsor a dunking booth. There will be an entrance fee of $1 for adults and children will be admitted free to the picnic. Door prizes also will be given. President Bill Bell said Oct. 3 had been set for installation of officers and there would be a ladies night meeting. Lt. Gov. Skip Little will conduct the official installation. Club members also discussed getting new members and getting new locations for the Kiwanis gum ball machines. At the club's July 25 meeting President Bell reported plans for the Oct. 19 golf tournament. And Ray Ebert reported on the club's blue dot fire hydrant program. Iris Schumann, director of archives at Sophienburg Museum gave the program. Activities Thursday, Aug. 8 • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 p.m. ai 1142 Eikel. Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. • New Braunfels Noon Lions Club will meet ai noon at Eagles Hall. • Parenting program, Parent's Positive Practical Approach to Children begins at 7 p m ai Teen Connection, 1414 W. San Antonio St. The program is open to couples, single parents, church and other organizations. Call 629-6571. • Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie *2999 conducts Bingo at 7:15 p.m. at the Eagles Hail, 257 E. South St. • Knights cf Columbus business meeting at 7:30 at the council hall. • Comal County Community Band rehearses at 7:30 pm. at the Canyon High School band hall. Call 625-8081 or 512/885-7674. • Ca-Dependents Anonymous of Canyon Lake will meet at I pm. at St. Andrews Lutheran Church activity center. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 pm. m 361 W San Antonio St. on the second floor. Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. Friday, Aug. 9 • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon. I and 10.30 pm. at 1142 Eikel. Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. • New Braunfels Woodcarvers meets from 12:30-3:30 pm. at the Senior Citizens Canter, 142 Comal. Call 629-1161. • Beared Eagles Activities Club meets from 5*9 pm. Members bring a covered dish for the evening and those having birthdays or anniveraretes bring dessert • New Braudels Codependents Anonymous meets ai I pm. ai 894 Loop 337 North, Suita D. Call 625-2125 or 620-7511. • Al-Anon meets ti 1142 Eikel at 7 pm Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets rn 8 pm. at 361 W. San Antonio St. on the second floor. Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. Saturday, Aug. IO • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 pm. at 1142 Eikel. Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. • Parenting program. Parents Positive Practical Approach to Children begins at 10:30 am. at Teen Connection, 1414 W. San Antonio St. The program is open to couples, single parents, church and other organizations. Call 629-6571. • Comal County Satellite Support Croup — dedicated to human growth meets at 1:30 pm. at the Garza Street classroom, across the street from McKenna Memorial Hospital's mam entrance. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets ai 8 pm. at 361 W San Antonio St. on the second floor. Call 620-4354 or 629-0057 Sunday, Aug. I! • Prim Solm Hermannson Lodge 136 2 meets from 2-5 pm. ai the Bulverde Community Center for a lodge picnic Bring a covered dish Onests will be Leroy and Linda Muehesicin from the Grand Lodge in San Antonio. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 11 am and 8 pm. at 1142 Eikel. Women's group meets at 4 pm. Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. • Alcoholics Anonymous mams rn 8 pm. at 361 W. San Antonio St. on the second floor. Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. . Monday, Aug. ll at 7 pm. at the Dittlingcr Memorial Library meeting room, 373 Magazine Ave. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 pm. at 1142 Eikel. Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. • Al-Anon meets at 1142 Eikel at 8 p m. Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 p m. at 361 W . San Antonio St. on the second floor. Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. Tuesday, Aug. 13 • Christian Womens Club meets at IO am. at the Woodlands Country Club in Staruvilic. Special feature, Ms. Andy Davis, a diabetes educator, special music. Peaches Kelley of Canyon Lake; speaker. Charlene IWC Chaim Ainsky, past CWC chairman, vations are necessary. Call 629-0070 or 620-5217. For nursery call 620-0337. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets ai noon and 8 pm. ai U42 Eikel Call 620-4354 or 629-0057. • Charier Peal Outreach Service's After-Care Group meets at 6:30 pm. at 707 N. Walnut Ave. Call 629-6239. • Cancer Support Croup af New Braunfels will meet * 6:30 pm. ai McKenna Memorial Hospital in tbs Elliott Knox Boardroom. Anonymous 1 337 North, Suita D. Call 625-2125 or 620-7511. • Now ll ACE PRESENTS THE NEW BRAUNFELS COLLECTORS EXPOSITION rn- AUGUST IO - ll, 1991 CIVIC CENTER 309 S. Seguin One Mile iVr*: of IH-35. Lake McQuetny Emu wk Over 150 Tablet Featuring UMM* WtVU MMI! M». IDV* IMM IA HAWK) A IV Mi MOMA I Mi JA < PMI ( AMI* NM IIM Al ((MJI! OIH JA MJI (MUM M.tttTAJi M» . 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