New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 26, 1991, Page 3

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November 26, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 26, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas HerakJ-ZMung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, November 26, 1991 Page 3 CrosswordDear Abby ACROSS I Edinburgh natives 6 Sour 10 Sole, e.g. 14 Santa's helpers 15 Declare 16 Aboard 17 Lurches 18 Film actor 20 Excellent 21 Not many 22 Ship area 23 Pleased 25 Abandons 27 Be sorry for 30 Lids 31 Submarine 32 Breton and Cod 33 End 36 Loud noise 37 More exposed 38 Beach resort 39 Essential being 40 Political group 41 Looked toward 42 Card game 44 Compulsion 45 Fabric strips: archaic 47 Musty odor 48 Still 49 Prohibition 50 Whirl 54 Not relaxing 57 Armadillo 58 Misplays 59 Art works 60 Canadian Indian 61 "Simon — ” 62 Small dog 63 Bullring, e.g. DOWN 1 Vaccines 2 Asp victim, tor short 3 Bakery fixture 4 Fast message 5 US draft org. 6 Subdued 7 Declare 8 Reiig. title 9 Numerical prefix 10 Actress Jodie — 11 Narrow space 12 Activate 13 Auto parts 19 Some letters 21 Plump 24 Permit to 25 Movie dwarf 26 Constantly 27 — Goldberg 28 Dark: poet. 29 Small fruit 30 A la — 32 Transports 34 Roman date PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED □ □□□ 0 one 00300 03000 OO O000 OHO 00000000 00 (3000000 00O00 0 0O0 0000 □00 0000 0Q00 03000 O000 Husband’s demand to tape sex is part of change 35 Seed cases 37 Verse maker 38 Blue flower 40 Garment 41 Lighthearted enjoyment 43 Stroke 44 Brown shade 45 Stands up 46 Within: prof. 47 Fake 49 Size 51 Curtail 52 Golf club 53 Nursemaid 55 Bribe 56 For shame! 57 Triumphant shout 1 2 3 4 ■ 6 7 8 9 I ■ 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 I 16 17 J I 18 19 20 ■ 21 22 23 24 ■ - 26 27 28 29 30 31 _ ■ 32 ■ 33 34 35 36 _ ■ ■ 38 39 §J*40 _ ■ 42 43 _ ■ - 45 46 r 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 [57 58 I 59 leo 61 I 62 63 DEAR ABBY: Over the years, you have provided your readers with numerous comments and some helpful, serious advice. But, Abby, your age and the changing technology have caught up with you — and passed you by. The advice you gave “Living a Nightmare,” whose husband wanted to videotape their sex act, was so offbase. I had to let you know that you are out of touch with today’s men and technology. Today’s women claim that the men in the U.S. Senate are not in touch with women’s needs (Professor Anita Hill’s charge of sexual harassment against Judge Clarence Thomas), and you are not in touch with today’s men’s needs. Abby, men have been capturing the sex act through photography since the invention of the camera. So, for your information, a man does not have to have a tumor on the brain to possess an age-old desire. Abby, had you been up on the video technology available today and attuned to male desires, you would have given your correspondent at least one of the following options: I. View themselves on the monitor without a tape in the camera. 2. Tape the act and she keeps the tape. 3. Make him agree that the two of them will be the only viewers of the tape. 4. Use the tape as a bribe to get all those things she’s always wanted and couldn’t get before. Abby, you need either to retire or get a male adviser for males’ problems. ALPHONSE BUSH, LOS ANGELES DEAR ALPHONSE BUSH: I heard from other video-wise male readers who also disagreed with my answer, but there will be no mea culpas from this corner, because MLiving a Nightmare** said that her husband*s behavior had changed so noticeably that even his co-workers had mentioned it. Furthermore, the issue was not the husband's wanting to videotape their sex act — it was his heavy-handed tactics. When she advised her husband that having their sex act captured on a videotape made her uncomfortable, he told her that he would not have sex with her again unless it was on film! And when she suggested they consult a marriage counselor, he flatly refused. After her husband had been “badgering her every night for two months,** she finally wrote to me. . I have always felt that what happens in the bedroom of two consenting adults is their own business, providing they are both agreeable and neither is harmed. The wife felt that his request was degrading, but he continued to badger her; therefore, I concluded that his behavior was sick. Whether it was a symptom of a potentially life-threatening illness would have to be determined by a medical doctor. I rest my case and stand by my answer, even though ifs entirely possible that the husband was more brutish than brain-dam-aged. P.S. I already have a male adviser. I sleep with him. DEAR ABBY: In a recent column in the Delaware News-Journal. you condemned the traditional Labor Day Pigeon Shoot in Hegins, Pa. I was pleased to learn that you were compassionate enoughs have written to then-Gov. Dick Thornburgh in 1986, protesting that barbaric tradition, and you asked him to please put an end to it. You said he responded with a courteous letter defending the live pigeon-shoot as a time-honored tradition. Well, Abby, last week, on Election Day, Dick Thornburgh suffered an unexpected defeat in his race for the U.S. Senate. In Philadelphia, the newspaper headlines read: “Wofford Stuns Thornburgh!” In sustaining this totally unexpected defeat. Dick Thornburgh must have felt as stunned as those doomed pigeons of Hegins for whom he refused to take merciful action. JANICE DILLON. WILMINGTON, DEL. DEAR JANICE: I have received a few letters asking if it was just a coincidence that the letter about Dick Thornburgh and the Labor Day Pigeon Shoot in Hegins appeared in my column just a few days before the Pennsylvania elections. I assure you, it was. I am not so egotistical to presume that my column was in any way responsible for Thornburgh's defeat. Suffice it to say, it didn’t help him any. Read on: DEAR ABBY:    Re    Dick Thornburgh’s letter to you describing the Hegins Pigeon Shoot as “a time-honored tradition": May I remind him of a few other “time-honored traditions”? — Public hangings — Segregation — Cockfights — Bullfights — The caste system — Apartheid — Binding the feet of female infants (in pre-revolutionary China) to impede their growth — Leaving elderly people out on the ice to die Some of these “traditions” needed a war to stop them. Others ended because they became illegal. I thank God we have people who see injustices for what they are, and have the courage to fight for change. ROSALIE BEREZICK, TRUCKSVILLE, PA. DEAR ROSALIE: Thanks for writing. I am reminded of the immortal words attributed to Edmund Burke (1729-1797), the Irish-born British statesman: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.** DEAR ABBY: Greetings from Oregon. I’m writing concerning that POW bracelet which Karen A. Tamura of Cerritos, Calif., found in her garage. (It was engraved “Lt. Cmdr. John McKamey.”) I, too, am a veteran, and I’ve air ways wished that I could have gon^ to Vietnam, but I was too young at the time. My older brother went tb Vietnam, and he came back a different man: psychologically screwed. ! I’ve read thousands of pages abou& that war and talked to numerous vets, and yes, they are very reluctant to talk about it. Abby, if you can’t find the family of Lt. Cmdr. John McKamey, please send me that POW bracelet. I will put it on my wrist and wear it to mj| deathbed, or until all POWs have been returned or accounted for. GREGORY WANG, BEND, ORE; DEAR GREGORY: I have some happy news for you. Read on: • DEAR ABBY: I’m replying to Karen Tamura from Cerritos, Calif. ; John McKamey is alive and well and residing in Pensacola, Fla. He’s a wonderful man and I’m proud that I met him. 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The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 6.26 points at 2,908.32 in the first hour and a half of trading. Advancing issues outnumbered by about 9 to 7 in nationwide trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues, with 756 up, 588 down and 571 unchanged. Big Board volume totaled 63.79 million shares as of ll ajn. on Wall Street. The market was poised for an advance following a positive perfor-rnapce by U.S. stocks overnight in foreign markets. U.S. issues were higher at the close in Tokyo and in London at midday. Stocks surged when trading opened on Wall Street, with the Dow up about 20 points, but prices soon retreated. •Larry Wachtel, a first vice president at Prudential Securities Inc., called the initial move a technical bounce. Stocks were drawing little support from the bond market, where prices were rising following the release of data showing consumer confidence has sunk to its lowest since the 1982 recession. 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