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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 25, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas HeraldZeltung Q Tuesday March g 3 Dont tie the knot if theres any doubt Notes from the Dittlinger Library DEAR ABBY I am a 23yearold man and I have been dating a wonderful woman my age for three years We have a great relationship and rarely disagree I love her for the time we have spent the experienced weve had and the bond we share The problem in that were at the age when a great many of our friends arc married or getting married I have a feeling that she could sec herself married to me but I have always had a difficult time picturing myself with her for the rest of my life I come from a family that has experienced two divorces which makes me feel very strongly that I do not want to enter into marriage unless Im absolutely committed and sure it will be Mil death do us part Also 1 have always subscribed to the belief that when youre in love and want to get married there should be very little doubt that this is something you want to do I have doubts I guess Im wondering If there isnt someone out there Im missing and I dont want to rush into anythjng that I could regret forever At the same time there is nothing better thiui having someone who cares for you and for whom you care its just not how I imagine things would be Am I living in a fairytalc world or is there a real love out there one where there arc no doubts Everyone I know would probably say we have a good relationship and should stay together Im interested in what you and your readers might have to say I low do you define love CONFUSED HEART IN MANHATTAN KAN DEAR CONFUSED HEART When In doubt dont Your girlfriend may be hurt at first but you would be doing her a favor She will not be happy with a man who doesnttruly love her and the sooner you set her free the sooner she can begin healing so she can look for someone who will love her To answer your question about the definition of love I will summarize what I tell my teen readers In the booklet I wrote for them To auk If it Is love Indicates doubt Love Is sure and is built on Inner realities Love means liking a person as well an loving Love is giving not taking It is wanting the bent for the one you love Love Is on the go It makes you want to charge out Into the world and do a well as think big It doesnt keep you inert daydreaming and cooped up with only one person wants to share To the one you love you give your and your A new happiness with sharing them Mature love U honest and open time goes by and you learn more about the object of your affections your love seems to grow When love meets these criteria then you can be pretty sure It is and then you will want to make plans for the future CONFIDENTIAL TO STRUGGLING STUDENT IN NEW What matters today is not the difference between those who believe and those who do not believe but the difference between those who care and those who dont Abbe Iire Photo subrrilttod Target Mm mcmbcre donate Teddy bears to the Ntw Brauntala Department to make emergency aHuatlona eaaler for children Target donates Teddy bears to fire department New BraunfclH Targetstore is helpingi to situations a little more bearable for young children by donating cuddly Teddy bears to the New Braunfcls 47irc Department donatidn ifi part of the Target Hcrshcy Helping Hugs created by the country will donate more than Target supplies paramedics with Teddy bears to local stuffed animals to help case childrens fear and anxiety during emergencies This year Target stores throughout in its sixth year It is sponsored in partnership with the National Association of Emergency Technicians and emergency services in communities across the country Submitted by Target stores Lubys picks Lahourcade to fill acting CEO position Special to the HeraldZeltung Because of the recent death of Chief Executive Officer John E Curtis Lubys Cafeterias Inc announced that John B Lahourcade a director of the company since 1970 Ralph Pete Erbcn who recently has been elected acting chief resigned his positions IIH board chairman and director Lahourcade has previously served as CEO of Lubys from 1984 to 1990 and had served as chairman of the executive officer Lubys also announced that Lahourcade had been elected chairman of the board to replace board from 1988 to 1996 Erbcn served as director of the company since 1985 as CEO from 1990 to 1997 and chairman of the board from 1996 to 1997 Extension service offers food safety training program Food service managers arc encouraged to attend a food safety training program conducted by the Texas Agricultural Extension Service in cooperation with the National Restaurant Association the Texas Department of Health and the Texas Petroleum Marketers and Convenience Store Association The 15hour course will be taught from to 5 April 9 and 10 at the Hays County Extension office 1253 Civic Center Loop in San Marcos The course will include the latest information on personal hygiene how to use the thermometers and keep temperature logs how to store food safely how to safely prepare and serve food and how to clean and sanitize the kitchen properly For more information on the Food Protection Management Training Program call the Comal County Extension office at 6203440 or the Hays county Extension Office at 512 3534120 Registration deadline is April I Submitted by the Cornell Cnunly Extension SELECT HOMES Were New on the Block hut Not to the Business 6080304 Exit Add some storybook charm to your Easter 30 1 the I I with Irwh flowm unit the MoryKxik churn of Peter KiiMif flu1 fix the Peter Kiihhit HiiwcriHH uill hrijihleo the whole MJI COMAL FLOWER SHOP on the Plaza 6257575 Weve Got The Day Well Covered Dave Howoll KMfirt 1050IH 35 East Guile 500 New Braunteis B0052723BO Your Nationwide itgrni lluil your lime in viilmiUc TlwlV why we ollW IIOIITH Open to 9 MondayriiuiHday J to 5 Friday and to I Saturday NATIONWIDE INSURANCE Nationwide Is on your aide v i inguowJ Initial ut Mwtlf Mutual IrwuiwiM ItuwUtu Classics now on cassette By CAROL BI88ETT Special to Iho HoraldZellung The classics of literature endure for many reasons They feed and nourish our souls improve our minds build our characters and inspire us in our daily lives Dont get discouraged if you never got around to reading these classics theyre now on cassette tape You can listen to these on your way the grocery store These two selected classics couldnt be more different one is by a middleclass Jewish Czech the other by an American slave One is a highly imaginative piece open to interpretation the other consists of the hard lessons of re ill life experiences Kafkas The Metamorphosis is the story of Grcgor Samsa who wakes one day to find himself transformed into a huge dung beetle I have always pictured Gregor as a giant South Texas cockroach Listening to the story of Grcgors rejection by his family through no fault of his own broke my heart all over again This is not a story that the reader feeling comfortable as it deals with alienation and the loss of control that people oflcn feel However il is unique and unforgettable The second classic on tnpc I recommend is the Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass an American Douglass eloquent narrative is as important to history as it is to literature Me details his experiences in slavery his efforts to educate himself and his escape to freedom Douglass strong spirit his innate pride and his craving for education arc truly aweinspiring Carol is u paraprrtfexstonal llhmrlan nl lite Dittlinger Manorial Groups plan conference to discuss water issues The Guadalupc Blanco River Authority will sponsor a workshop with the Water Oriented Recreational District the Greater New Braunfcls Chamber of Commerce the Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce and Friends For Rivers from to 4 April 2 at the New Braunfcls Holiday Inn A reception will follow at the Grucnc Mansion Restaurant beginning at The idea of the workshop is to provide information and educational materials on the water quality and supply of the Guadalupc River and Canyon said Duvid Wcisch Director of Project Development with the Guadalupc Blanco River Authority JURA conductod a similar workshop two years ago which drew representatives who consisted of river outfitters water enthusiasts and local residents Specific topics will cover the operations of Canyon Lake Reservoir including senior water rights flood operations and new water projects river activities including water safety and fisheries and numerous water panels discussing the importance of our water Wcisch said Many of these same subjects have been discussed in meetings held recently throughout Comal County and New Braunfcls however this workshop will he more detailed A brochure can be picked up al the New Braunfcls Chamber of Commerce at 390 S Scguin Ave Those interested in attending this free workshop must RSVP to Mary Ann at the Chamber of Commerce at 6252385 by 5 Friday Submitted hy the Greater New liraunfels Chamber of 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