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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 26, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                HeraldZeltung g Friday December g 3A Sorrowful inlaws are silent victims of divorce DEAR ABBY I just hung up after calling our former soninlaw to wish him happiness and good luck on his wedding day tomorrow Oh how it hurts We love him and have loved him since he came into our family almost 30 years ago Our daughter has never wanted us to hate him She doesnt They had a friendly divorce sometimes the hardest kind to so we were not betraying her by calling him Abby I just wanted to write to you to put in a good word for loving in laws I know that children are the victims of divorce and that they must leam to accept the decisions of their parents But on the other hand we as parents must accept the decisions of our children and silently mourn the loss of someone we love and years of family memories We too are victims Thank you for listening TOO SLOWLY IN ILLINOIS DEAR HEALING You appear to be a caring and sensitive woman Perhaps it will speed your healing to keep uppermost in mind that neither your daughter nor your former soninlaw seems to regret the decision to go their separate ways I am reminded of the famous line from Reinhold Niebuhrs The Serenity God give us grace to accept with serenity the things that cannot be changed courage to change the things which should be changed and the wisdom to distinguish the one from the DEAR ABBY I give private music lessons in my home Most of my students are children who come with their parents and other siblings Increasingly I am finding these peoples manners to be appalling The children are allowed to explore every part of my home while their parents sit and do nothing I end up having to interrupt the lessons while I find usually in some private part of my home Ive even had parents disappear into my kitchen and I can hear them in my cupboards and refrigerator Even though I dont have the most expensive ftirniture I do not want shoes on my couch or operfdrinks on my table Not even my yard flowers wind chimes or birdbath is safe from these invaders Having a private lesson music art or whatever should be considered a privilege and an honor It is certainly preferable to a noisy music store or art studio Maybe if a few people read this they will wake up and realize that their actions do matter MUSIC TEACHER WASHINGTON STATE DEAR MUSIC TEACHER When you are conducting lessons your home is your office It is up to you to set boundaries The parts of your home you wish to keep private should be closed off Post signs reminding visitors to refrain from touching not entering etc Provide a comfortable seating area with reading material toys for the siblings stick to your guns DEAR ABBY My mother and father divorced about 10 years ago after almost 30 years of marriage The divorce was nasty and painful for everyone involved There are still unresolved issues and bad feelings My mother and my fathers mother Were very close until the divorce After that my mother no longer felt she belonged in the family They have sent each other occasional birthday cards and have seen each Eagles Hall Christmas fades quickly as Americans reach for time clock k Donuts BlackeyePeas at 12 Invited New Year Eves Dance Sound of Country Kosub 31st Per Person By GEORGE T1BBITS AP Business Writer Its been 11 years since Christmas last fell on a Thursday and back then nearly half of the nations employers made the next day a paid holiday Not this year today is business as usual for most workers Business is says Frank Messina owner of a Philadelphia home appliance store It cant be any different just because its the day after Appliances need to get A new survey found 36 percent of employers made today a paid holiday Thats down from 46 percent in 1986 when Christmas last fell on a Thursday according to the Bureau of National Affairs a Washington research group And just 10 percent will have a paid day offJati 2 compared with 22 Timing is everything Seinfeld to end this spring NEW YORK AP The master of his domain is calling it quits the most defining and popular comedy of the decade will halt production this spring after its ninth season NBC early today confirmed the decision made by Jerry Seinfeld the comedys star and creator The announcement blows a gaping hole in NBCs Thursday night lineup by far the most popular in television Seinfeld has won 10 Emmys Seinfelds decision made for a blue Christmas at the network even if the announcement wasnt entirely unexpected Last spring following a contract dispute between cast members and NBC the comedian said he would decide around the end of the year whether to continue He made good on his promise and thats bad for Seinfeld fans I wanted to end the show on the same kind of peak weve been doing it on for Seinfeld said today in The New York Times I wanted the end to be from a point of strength I wanted the end to be ANTHONYS ELECTRONIC TV VCR CAMCORDER CD PROJECTION TV LAS EH AUDIO 6299245 percent 11 years ago Nearly every employer grants Christmas and New Years Day off with pay but few companies feel the need to close shop on Dec 26 Many other nations take off the day after Christmas called Boxing Day in Britain and its former possessions and St Stephens Day in several European countries When business is good and unemployment is low employers cant afford to take a break said Sanford Jacoby who teaches industrial relations at the University of California Los Angeles Retailers are hoping for a big weekend Microsoft booted up today after two days off but Intel which makes the chips Microsofts programs run on powers down for the long weekend Nintendo of America is takingthe week off RftDZOl TO MINUTE warn FASTPROFESSIONALCLEAN ULTRA DENSE LUXURIOUS SHAW CARPET WAS SALE 695 SQ YD NO TRIP CHARGES WITH TEDS AD 800 8800246 New Braunfels Landa Plaza Shopping Center 6259639 The Deals are Better Rent 1 NHot Tif le1 Get 2nd FRK Good Thru Jan LANDA NEW BRAUNFELS Becker 1995 Ford Thunderbird V8 2Door Tilt Cruise Aluminum Wheels Cassette Power Drivers Seat Maroon I TopQuolili mm Top Quo I USED CARS Becker Motor Company 547 S Seguin New Braunfels Tx 6063463 18008792621 1994 Chrysler Concorde V6 Tilt Cruise 16 Cast Aluminum Wheels AntiLock Brakes Security System Conventional Spare Driftwood 1994 Chrysler Town and Country 6 Dual Player Aluminum Wheels Luggage Rack Sunscreen Seat D Becker Motor Company Used Cars 1996 Dodge Intrepid Door Tilt Cruise Cassette Aluminum Wheels Medium Red And Silver 1994 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie SLT Short Bed Tilt Cruise Camper Shell Power Seat Bedmat Custom Wheels 1997 Plymouth Neon Highline 4 Door 4 Stereo Fold Down Rear Seats Miles White 1997 Dodge Caravan V6 Tilt Cassette Cruise 7 Passenger Sunscreen Glass 1997 Plymouth Grand Vovager SE V6 Dual Cruise Tilt Cassette Sunscreen Drivers Side Passenger Door Gold 1994 GMC Suburban SLE 350 V8 Dual Bucket Seats with Center Console Sunscreen Dual Rear Doors Tilt Cruise Cassette Aluminum Wheels Teal A 1995 Chrysler Sebring V6 2 Door Tilt Cruise Infinity CD Player Aluminum Wheels Silver Mist 1995 Ford Ranger XLT Single Cab Short Bed 4 Cruise Sliding Rear Window Bed Liner Cassette Aluminum Wheels White other about three times over the last 10 years My paternal grandmother is now in her late 80s and although she is still in fairly good health one never knows when her time will come My question Should my mother attend the funeral even though my father will be there with his girlfriend STUCK IN THE MIDDLE IN NORTH CAROLINA DEAR STUCK Bearing in mind that your grandmother may have many good years ahead of her the decision is entirely your mothers If she feels like attending the funeral and paying her respects when the rime theres no reason why she shouldnt CONFIDENTIAL TO MY READERS Have a joyous Kwanzaa Compuvision Internet Unlimited Time Fastest Modems Mo Long Distance Charges No Hourly Charges Call Now And Get Your First 2 Weeks Free 6080808 i The Comal County Junior Livestock Association Inc wishes to extend Seasons Greetingmnd a Prosperous New Year to all of the and supporters ke the Comal Livestock Show DO YOU HAVE A SINUS INFECTION Do you suffer with Facial Pain Nasal Congestion Colored Drainage If so we need volunteers for a 3 week research study involving an investigational medication FREE CT Scan of your sinuses Physician monitoring Laboratory tests and EKG Study medications QUALIFIED PATIENTS WILL BE COMPENSATED UP TO CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH Frank C Hampel 705ALandaSt NewBraunfels 6299636 We will be closing our doors on December 25th for Christmas Day and January 1st for New Years Day To accommodate everyone for the holidays we have moved our advertising deadlines to the following Retail Classified Display Christmas Deadlines Publication HeraldZeitung Upstream HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung HeraldZeitung UPstream Date Tuesday Dec 23rd Wednesday Dec 24th Wednesday Dec 24th Thursday Dec 25th 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