New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 21, 1991, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 21, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 21, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels, Texas    Thursday,    November    21,1991 Page 3 CrosswordDear Abby ACR088 1 Savvy 5 Grape refuse 0 Splatters 14 Summit 15 Exchange premium 16 Shanty 17 Raise 18 Healthy 19 Poplar 20 Nose noise 22 Handed over 24 Fortification _ mounds 26 Goalie's feats 27 Bearing 29 Ring count 30 To's partner 33 Limitations 37 Clumsy fellow 38 Spring 39 Oamage 40 Drunkard: slang 41 Put through a strainer 42 Exits 44 Stolen: slang 45 NYSE word 46 Metal 47 Flower part 49 Hobbled 53 Deputized 57 Saturate 58 In the center of 59 Celebrity 61 — Minor 62 Chop finely 63 Monster 64 Hlgh-schooter 65 Horse 66 Fictional captain 67 Some birds DOWN 1 Latin music 2 Copying 3 Obscure 4 Fanatic 5 Stomach 6 Antique 7 Upsets 8 Loan security 9 Beardless 10 Lung parts 11 Finished 12 Hawaiian goddess 13 Snowmobile's kin 21 Short time 23 Currier and — 25 Tennis unit 28 System of numbering 30 Golf group 31 Trick 32 Natives of: suff. 33 Waistband 34 Small group 35 Split 36 — session PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED mr SI is ll ll EQJ0C1 LB L s u al PiElR nnaraa a aa hob □nri QBraran Mom’s devotion to her boss looks like funny business QoaamomiBiJBBia □damn® ranrara mara □BDH DQBB0 Cl (SBB Ham amnia bbhhbh —a HBaBBBB 37 One who is not softspoken 40 Sedate 42 Facts 43 Bro. or sis 45 Identified 47 British money 48 Shelf 50 Type of soup 51 German city 52 College VIPs 53 Equine parents 54 Give off 55 Forsaken 56 College bldg. 60 Zodiac sign 1 2 3 5 6 7 ■ 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 I 16 17 18 I 19 20 22 23 24 25 I ■ 26 27 26 ■ 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 Jo 41 42 43 44 M45 ■ 46 ■ L. 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 ■ r 58 ■ 59 60 rn I" 62 63 • 64 65 66 I I67 DEAR ABBY: My parents have been married for 16 years. I am 21. My first mother died. Mom and Dad have always had a trusting relationship. Mom has been working for a law firm for the past seven years. Lately she’s been spending a lot of time with her boss. It’s gotten to the point where “Pete” — her boss — will pick her up and drive her to work every morning, then he brings her home after she has worked late. They go out to lunch together nearly every day. For the past two weeks, Mom has worked late every night and she’s gone in on Saturday to “help him out.” Pete is married, too. Yesterday he gave her a single long-stemmed rose. I don’t dure say anything to either of my parents, so I’m asking for your advice. My younger brothers have both asked me if I thought something was going on between Mom and her boss. I’ve always said, “No way,’’ but now I think differently. I hate feeling this way. I love both my parents dearly, hut I think Mom is taking advantage of Dad’s trust in her. What should I do? CONFUSED DAUGHTER DEAR CONFUSED: You and Mom are overdue for an adult-level mother/daughter chat. Do not make accusations; confide your feelings, and explain that your brothers are uncomfortable with the amount of time she has been spending with her boss — and they are asking questions for which you have no answers. It is possible that your mother's relationship with her boss is strictly business. And, since no attempt was made to hide the rose, it is also possible that it was given as a token of gratitude — nothing more. So give your mother the opportunity to set the record straight. DEAR ABBY: Three years ago, my husband died of cancer. He was only 39 years old. We had a wonderful marriage, but so many times the comment was made by individuals who had gone through a divorce, “It has to be much easier losing your husband through death than losing a mate by divorce.” Marriage license Comal County Marriages: Ronald Lynn Meadows and Karen Dianne Messenger of Marion. Kenneth Jerry Halck and Celia Rosales Garcia of New Braunfcls.Thomas Richard Hartman and Nancy Ann Mou of New Braunfels. Mathew Thomas Bowen and Teresa I yne Foster of New Braunfels. Dwight Alan James and Letitia Coral Raines Volkman of Universal City. Gilberto Rodriguez and Anna Garcia of New Braunfels.Alfonso Morales and Amelia Molina of New Braunfels. Reuben George Wilburn and Daphne Lea Johnson of New Braunfels.Prcston Francis McKinney and Anne DuBose of Cibolo. Jeffrey Dale Dieter! and Bobbie Jo Hcnk of New Braunfels. WALNUT 6 629-6400 IU 35 and Walnut Ave George Dale Curry and Kathleen Truckscss of Marion. EAGLES HALL New Braunfels 257 E. South St. Swingin' Country Friday, Nov. 22nd Ribeyc or Grilled Chicken Breast Dinner 6-8:30    Dance    8-12 S8 per person Dinner & Dance Everyone Welcome VIM Bargain Matinees Indicated by ( ) oil I wont for agisms to SAT. SUN. WED. OTHER DAYS (IDS SDS SSS) 70S SDS (8:08) 7.06 8:08 SUBURBAN COMMANDO HULK N08A8 a SAT. SUN. WED. 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(Retail & Classified Display Deadlines! furTESy-  Deadline Wednesday, 11/27    Monday, 11/25, Noon Thursday, 11/28    Monday, 11/25, 5 PM Friday, 11/29    Tuesday, 11/26 Noon Sunday, 12/1    Wtdntsday, 11/27, 5 PM lcissswitd word! Ad Run Day    Deadline: Wtdnasday 11/27    Tuesday 11/28 1:00 PM Thursday 11/26    Wednesday 11/27 1:00 PM Friday 11/29    Monday 11/26 3:00 PM Harald-Ztltung 707 Lands 625-9144 How cruel and wrong could anyone possibly be! This comment was made several times shortly after my husband had died, and I still hear it today. What do you make of it, Abby? You may use my name. MYRA WATKINS, GOODLAND, KAN. DEAR MYRA: Those who would make such an insensitive comment probably intended to comfort you. (Like those who would say to a woman who had recently experienced a miscarriage, “Don’t be sad — you're better off; maybe something would have been wrong with the baby had you carried it to term.") However, losing a cherished mate through divorce is oftentimes similar to a death — the death of a dream that was too short-lived, or didn't work out. G> c DEAR ABBY: Most of us lick stage stamps. Are they sanitary? ow about envelopes? HENRY LOBLE, HELENA, MONT. DEAR HENRY: Maybe yes, maybe no. But since you are concerned, use a damp sponge to moisten postage stamps as well as the flap of the envelope, and you won't have to worry about whether they’re sanitary. People ere eating them up! For Abby'* favorite recipe*, send a long, busine**-■iso, eelf-addroeeed envalope, plus check or money order for $3.95 ($4.50 in Canada) to: Dear Abby, Cookbooklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, III. 61054. (Postage I* included.) 11/21 Thursday night    Almost Country 11/22 Friday night 9:30-1:30 Ranger Band 11/23 Saturday night am The Stringrnvs DRY CREEK BAR At Solms Take 35 S. to F.xit 183 Solms Turn Right lo blinking light. 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