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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas ABBY ih a wide public misconception thai of nextoikin procuring Organ donor cards areteffec if they provide a stirhukw family discussions to become an orgati dohor inM the potential donor ttiaky plain tohil or Her family the desire to the donation tn 1995 a review of medical records of deceased patients Avealed that there were approxi mately to potential donorm But only about individuals actually donated despite the fact that the American public overwhelmingly supports organ donation in advance for your help bxfelosJng this unfortunatejgap TANA SHERMAN PARTNERSfflP FOB ORGAN DONATION BOSTON n DEAR TANA Thank you for ah important letter Discussing ones desire to be an organ donor is a vital step in the organ donation process When people sign donor cards they afalce a commitment and their wishes to be vital of an donors at the time of their death But if family mem bEen unaware of a potential wishes they can and often react negatively when they are approached and asked to give their consent If fSiunilies understand in advance there could be an estimated additional transplants year I will continue to urge my i readers to sign organ donor cards and to discuss their wish es with their families I believe that most families will agree to respect the wishes of their loved ones i will bf tewed at the Sophienburg Will At i the penidewll begin mim the Archivei lot A short program will foil Appointtnenw may be made for individual couMelrM and for the orientation by calling the regular admission is per person tot the doom ate tAJii k w i f low on die Plaza DEAR CONFUSED Tell your huabaiid what you have told me and ffiyejiini a month to get her things out of the house with the understandingthat if he doesnt you will call a local charity that will accent them It occurred to me that you could sell the items and use the money for counseling but I have a hunch that this will be quicker and just as T DEAR ABBY I am in my early 2Qs and have beenmarried for i threi years My husbands first wife died eight years ago but he keeps hjer memory alive Her wheelchair Js still in the corner of our bedroom and he has everything she owned My question is When does she die When should he get rid of Her things 1 feel like Im competing with a dead woman I feel haunted You are the only person I can talk like to have but cannot afford it I am an emotional wreck I VERY CONFUSED DEAR ABBY On a quick trip to the grocery store an obviously car ing mother left her two small chil dren in the car with the keys in the ignition and the motor running to keep the air conditioner on as it was a very hot day I watched in horror as the two little ones tried to drive twist ing the steering wheel and turning the lights on and off Then one of the children started to play with the buttons that raised and lowered the windows I was afraid that one of them would get an arm or maybe a head caught in the window so I rushed into the store and told the mother Iwas worried about her children Without uttering a word she marched out of the store put down the windows turned off the motor and removed the car keys Abby please warn parents never to leave small children in cars with the motor running They could easi ly be kidnapped in a carjacking or push the car out of gear to roll into traffic One family I knew lost a son when his neck was caught in a clos ing window A SMALL TOWN IN GEORGIA DEAR SMALL TOWN Your letter should be a reminder to all who drive automobiles NEVER leave small children unattended In an automobile Keep them child whos injured could1 be your own TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZ1F ACROSS Stem Shortlived i fashion 9 Times Arrow author 3 Spud state 14 Tell a whopper 15 Island south of Sicily J7 Polite 18 Canine comment 19 Tearjerker 20 Sharpest 22 San Franciscos neighbor 24 Warbled 25 Playful animal 27 15th of March 28 Person who avoids others 30 Type of chart 32 Kitchen herb 35 Dairy product 39 Arabs robe 40 Alphabet letters live and breather 43 Actress Dawn Chong 44 Distance across v46 Celestial Musicians forte SO Not here S1 Leading player Mothers brother 56 Flip a coin 60 Valor 62 Animate 64 Rose oil 65 Likely 67 Goddess of peace 68 thank you in Paris 69 Fish eggs 70 Poetry 71 Colored as cloth 72 Bros sibling 73 Chemical compound DOWN 1 Hayseeds 2 Goodbye in Cannes 3 Poes night visitor 4 Hoofing piece 5 Excavation 6 Butters up 7 Full of hot 8 Robinson Crusoe author 9 On a rampage 10 More masculine 11 Greek epic 12 Small rock 16 Connecting words 21 Fish finder 23 French sculptor Jean PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED fflWUU mmm QDDQ mums 52796 QEiQIl O 1996 United Future Syndlecle 26 Have a go at 29 Nebraska city 31 Frostier 32 Not cooked 33 Kimono sash 34 Down in the dumps 36 Before 37 Motorists org 38 HallolFamer OM 41 Runners and wrestlers 42 Gloss 45 Outdoor area 46 And so on abbr 47 Hits the hay 49 Toupee slang 51 Ripoff 52 Lugged 53 The Singing Cowboy 55 Approaches 57 Manifest 58 Perceive 59 Scoff 61 Dry 63 Dwell 613 Luau food the New Braunfeli Conservation Society will hold yard ule from 9 am to 4 Saturday The sale wilt be located at 521 West San Antonio Si The business counselor from UTSAs School of Business is in the Chamber of Commerce office every Tuesday to offer counseling in topics of interest to anyone in business or con sidering starting a business Topics cover financing personnel business planning taxes expansion and many others Also the Business StartUp ori entation was welt received and will be Were Meeting The Comal County Qenealogy Society wiH not meet in July The next meeting wHI be at Aug 6 at the Victoria Bank and Trust north BuHd Ing 1000 N Walnut Si The Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary will have a business meeting at Monday Officers meet at New Braunfels High School Class of 1971 is planning its 25th reunion It will be held July 6 at trie fairgrounds from 7 to midnight For information cad Tim Sakje at 6254816 or Rusty Meyer at 6253321 New Braunfels High School Class of 1976 20 year reunion is set for July 6 Addresses of classmates are need ed ASAP Please include maiden names and send addresses to VfcW Clark VanDekJen a 20 La Mesa New Braunfels TX 78130 Or call 6064716 or Monika Cartey Engel at 6293236 or Suzanne Sacco Baker at 6291768 The Eagles Auxiliary Past Presidents wi meet Monday Jury 8 at Ryans Steakhouse at 6 Helen Estes is hostess The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Support Group will meet from 11 am to noon Saturday July 13 at Coma Bowl 1202 Huisache For information call John Morrow at 6060455 The Eagles Auxiliary will the muMum 13 hindion exhibits rWdtodvery tablet and ence lab diicovwy Kurt chil dren and UieKt families can explore art tofeincr The imaeum is located in the New Braunfels Factory Stores between and die Kitchen Collection Call 6200939 for information New Braunfels Elb Lodge 353 S Segiiin across from the Civic Center will hive a benefit garage bake sate ftom 8 am to 3 July ft will be held inside the lodge building mdr conditioned comfort and then Is plenty of free parking Proceeds go to the Texas Elks Childrens Diagnostic Center at Ottine American Legion Post 35 will host a fundraiser from 9 to dark Sunday at 4210 FM 482 in Solms Barbecue plates will Ite There will be a silent auction arts and crafts flea market and live music For information call 6255535 The Childrens Museums Free First have a social meeting at Monday July 15 Officers meet at 7 Charter members and past pres idents wiH be honored Fraternal Order of Eagles t2999 Joint monthly supper for Aerie and Aux iliary at 7 Jury 22 Cost is per person Auxiliary members With birth days in July eat free X Fraternal Order of Eagles fun night Monday Jury 29 al Aerie and AuxWary members are invited The Canyon LakeFischer Club for Family and Community Education win meet Aug 20 at the Fischer Store School Community Center Coffee and fellowship at 9 meeting at The program wiH be Information My Famly Needs to to be given by a dub member Public invited For information call ROse Gandall 935 2901 The HIM Country Chorus New Braunfels own chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encourage ment of Barber Shop Quartet America meets every Tuesday evening from to at the First Baptist Church Choir Room located at Cross and Santa Clara Street Wed like very much to have you vbitwHh us and if interested join with us to Keep America Singing i Overeatera Anonymous New Braunfels Chapter meets every Mon Celebrate July 4th at the Bulverde Community Center There will be Bar BQ chicken Country Store Bake Sales prize raffles antique farm equipment and auto show continuous attendance prizes and games Teh event will run from noon to 6 Come join the fun Open Door Baptist Church 117 Haeckerville Road Cibolo will hold a Vacation Bible School from 9 am to July 15 to 19 For infor mation call 6588069 or just show up to register the first day Submit items to HeraldZeitungStammtisch 707LatidaSt Newtiraunfels TX78130 Or fax to day night at 7 at the First Church of the Nazarene 1465IH35 East No fees new members invited For infor mation call Betty at 6063053 Canyon Lake Masonic Lodge fl 423 meets the first Thursday of each month A meal at meeting at The lodge is located in StartzvHIe across the street from St Artdrew Lutheran Church on FM 2673 Bring your dues card and come to a meeting Call Bud Wright at 9643154 for Information VPW Post 7110 at 600 Peace Street and Ladies Aux meets every second Wednesday at AIAnon meets every Monday at the 24Hour dub 1142 Eikel St at 8 CaO 6250057 for information the New Braunfels Khvanls Club meets evmy Thursday at noon at Vie toria Bank and Trust 1000 N Guests are welcome i l New Braunfels Area Car Club meets the last Tuesday of each month at at the victoria Bank and Trust Annex building The club recog nizes original and modified cars and pickups 20 years and older Visitors are welcome to attend For informai tton contact Bennie MIBs at 6205013 i AduH Children of Alcoholics a 12j Step Support Group meets every Tuesday at 7 at St Johns Epis1 copaf Church 912 Guenther For more information call Connie at 6060647 j New Braurrfels Toastmasters Inter national Improve By Attend Tuesday meetings at 7 at Summit Center 2405 IH35 West Call 6294042 for information Otto A s Antiques Etc All Friends curious visitors to Come See Visit Saturday June 29 Noon4 Wi HIM h w ay 81 WEEK DOWN INTEREST Postui Support Wa Make Tlw Woridi Only from SMly SMia My Seaty Twfci Itaa Twfei She IITMS Twin Sbe Fat MM M I1MJI PM aa FM SIM aa QMM Sbe MI IMS w UTMI tjaees Maa Owen Stoe MI KfeMJ SIM tat KfeMJ SfaM tat MMifM KhjNJ SbM Savings In Every Department LaZBoy Recllner i HN0w CiiMfraon hts pillow I duuiMl dMlgn lavgc footrest I Lacks List Price 858800 lcontemporarTsofa l BlMk wHk eomUng 90328 3 Pc Bedroom I or King Headboard T5 Might Sfands Lacks List Price 9277 IwiliwwJ F27636BC LacK List Price 7019J3 Lacks of New Braunfels 971 W San Antonio 6257324 All Stores OPEN SUNDAY I
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