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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 8, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, April 8,1983 Teenager can manage affairs Community classes scheduled at Mountain Valley School By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN DEAR ABBY: I have a good-looking, intelligent, 18-year-old son who recently graduated from high school. He has been friends with a boy his age for about a year. (I’ll call his friend “Greg.”) He has spent time at Greg’s house and has “slept over” occasionally, as most boys do. I thought nothing of it, as my other three sons (all older) had done the same. He would always tell me where he would be, and when I called, he would always be there. I could always depend on him to be truthful and reliable. Recently I found out, and he admitted to it, that he was having an affair with Greg's 41-year-old divorced mother! I can't understand this arrangement. What could a jobless, 18-year-old boy have to offer a woman her age? I am also 41 and am heartsick about this. What advice can you give me? Should I just sit back and hope the whole mess blows over? HEARTSICK DEAR HEARTSICK: Your 18-year-old son is not a “boy” — he is a man in the physical sense, and what he has to offer this 41-year-old woman is obvious. It is fortunate that you and your son can talk candidly to each other because he needs to fully understand the pitfalls of engaging in such an affair. If your motherly advice fails, perhaps his three older brothers can lay it out for him, man-to-man. DEAR ABBY: When I married my wife, her body was slim and attractive. Subsequently, she began to Horoscope BY STELLA WILDER FRIDAY, APRIL 8 Born today, you like to think of yourself as an intellectual. In truth, however, though you are a quick learner and posses a remarkable memory, you are not an original thinker and for this reason are not essentially a problem solver — or even a problem discoverer. You shine when it comes to collecting and arranging data; creative research, however is another story. You possess great powers of concentration and may even have something of a photographic memory. Still, you need direction for good performance. You are emotionally stable and possess the kind of control that keeps you from rushing into projects before they are well researched. You should reach your own pinacle of success relatively early in your adult life; genuine excitement, however, may elude you always. Also born on this date are: John Gavin actor; Elizabeth Asqulthm, author, dramatist. To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. I>et your birthday star be your daily guide. SATURDAY, APRIL 9 ARIES (March 2I-April 19> — Don't be misled by appearances. Seek to know what is inside the pretty package. Disappointment looms. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — You may well achieve a tour-de-force performance today. Keep in mind recently acquired knowledge. GEMINI (May 21-June 20 > — Superior have an eye on you. Don’t disappoint them with a performance that isn’t up to par. Work! CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Seek from another a true account of recent happenings. Pass information on where it can do some good. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Dazzle the competition with your performance today. You can win a place you’ve long sought by the day’s end. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Though others bring their trouble to you today they may not really want to hear your advice. Keep silent. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — The best help you can be to another today is simpy to be there with a shoulder to cry on. Don’t despair. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) — You would do well to get back into line. Striking out on your own is premature at this particular time. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) - Though the advice you have been given may be hard to swallow, in the long run it should serve you well. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan 19) - If you don’t find your work interesting, you would do well to seek another outlet for your energy. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) - Your basic gregariousness enables you to get in touch with one who can help you out of difficulties. PISCES (Feb. 19-Marcb 20)    - Refuse unauthorized help or face the consequences later on. Seek to know precisely where you stand now. What if? gain weight and my desire for her began to diminish commensurately. I love my wife and have remained faithful to her. My question is this: Can a man learn to enjoy making love to an overweight woman? TURNED OFF DEAR TURNED: Love can move mountains. DEAR ABBY: I was married for a long time (35 years), then my husband and I got a divorce. The decree was granted, and my husband said he picked up his papers. I never did pick up mine. In the meantime, he passed away. Now when people inquire as to whether I am a widow or a divorcee, I say I am a widow because I never picked up the divorce papers. Right? MRS. E. DEAR MRS. E: Wrong. Whether one picks up the papers or not has no bearing on the validity of a divorce decree. What is, is. A divorcee, you are, and a widow you aren’t. DEAR ABBY: Right on, gal! You told “M. in Ottawa, Canada” that if her fiance would visit a family-type nudist camp he would realize that it is a healthy family experience. Ifs absolutely true! Once I was so inhibited that I dreaded dying because I knew the undertaker would see me naked. Finally I realized that this was just a painful hangup, so I decided to do something about it. I persuaded my wife to visit a nudist camp with me. We gritted our teeth, disrobed and pretended we were “oldtimers.” On the second visit it was like the Garden of Eden. “They were naked and they were not ashamed.” (Genesis 2:25) Today I could go on national television nude and not blink an eye. What a relief! BEEN THERE DEAR BEEN: You might not “blink,” but a few million viewers would. Getting married? Whether you want a formal church wedding or a simple, “do-your-own-thing” ceremony, get Abby’s new booklet. Send $1 plus a long, self-addressed, stamped (37 cents) envelope to: Abby's Wedding Booklet. P.O. Box 38923, Hollywood, Calif. 90038. Four new Community Education classes will begin in the next two weeks at Mountain Valley School in Sattler. Aerobic Dance, taught by Theresa McClure, will begin Monday, and will be held every Monday and Wednesday for seven weeks from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Tuition for this class is $22. Charles Moore will conduct a Rocklaying class beginning April 18. The class will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays for five weeks from 6: OO p.m. until dark. Cost of this class is $20, plus a fee for supplies estimated at $10. Those taking the class should bring a trowel and a brickha miner. A two-session Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) class will be conducted on April 19 and 26 from 6:00 until 10:00 p.m. Tuition is $10 and students will also need to purchase an instruction book. Teacher for this class will be Dayle V. Smith. Sixth-, seventh-, and eighth-grade girls may enroll for Make-Up and Modeling to be taught by Marjorie McDonald for six weeks beginning Monday. Students will learn such techniques as modeling turns and steps, make-up tips, skin care techniques, how to sit and stand, and information about colors and clothing coordination. The girls will meet every Monday at 3:00 p.m. and tuition for this class is $12. The Fossil Identification Class set for April has been postponed until May, due to the unavailability of the teacher. Those who have already registered will be called and notified of the new date. Registration for these classes may be made at the Community Education Office at 1421 Highway 81 E. in New Braunfels. Tuition and lab fees will be collected the first night of class. Or, to reserve a space in a class, students may call Mountain Valley director Ann Toussaint at 935-4568. Late registrations will be accepted the first night of class for classes that are not full, but early registration is advised. Senior citizens over age 60 are entitled to a 50 percent discount on tuition, unless otherwise stated. Full cost of materials will be charged. If two members of the same immediate family take the same class, a 25 percent discount in tuition is given to the second member. Only one discount will be given to each person, however. Deaths Edwin P. Weiss Services for Edwin P. Weiss of 1027 Bismark, Seguin, were at I p.m. Tuesday at Emanuel’s Lutheran Church, under the direction of Goetz Funeral Home in Seguin. The Revs. Chester Patten and Orville Kalkwarf officiated, with a full military honors burial in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery, under the auspices of Masonic Lodge No. 109. Weiss died Sunday, April 3, in Seguin, at the age of 74. He was the manager of the Seguin Coca-Cola Bottling Co., for 45 years, and retired in 1979. He also served in World War II in the U.S. Navy abroad the U.S.S. Estes. He was an active member of the Seguin Noon Lions, Seguin Elks Ixxige, American Legion, Masonic Ix>dge No. 109. San Marcos Commandry, and Alzafar Shrine Temple. He was also past president of the Guadalupe Valley Shrine Club and the Seguin Noon lions Club, and past director of the Lions Crippled Childrens’ Camp and the Lions Eye Bank. He is survived by his wife. Christine Charpier Weiss of Seguin; two sons, Stanley Weiss of Houston, and Lynwood Weiss of Sarita, Tex.; a sister, Mrs. Katy Early of Gonzales; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Memorials may be given to the Texas Lions Camp for Crippled Children (in care of Clifton Haas, Seguin), Texas Lions District II Eye Bank I in care of BLT. Hart, Seguin), Shriners Bum Hospital, and-or the American Cancer Society. Pallbearers were Dr. Ix?roy Weiss, Judge Billie Schraub, Malcolm Tigett. Monroe Engbrock, Sam Chrisco, Jerome Nowotny, Tom Bishop and Norman Metz. Homuth "Lops" Weidner Services for Homuth “Lops” Weidner of New Braunfels will be at 2 p m Saturday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home, with burial in Fischer Cemetery. Weidner, 68. died at 1:50 p.m. Thursday at St. Luke's Lutheran Hospital in San Antonio. C.W. Talley Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for C.W. Talley of 290 W. Faust. He died at his residence Friday, April 8, at the age of 91. Joe Herber Arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home for Joe Herber, 26, of Route 8, Box 138-A, New Braunfels. He died at 12:50 a m. Friday, April 8. at Northeast Baptist Hospital in San Antonio. Weather Local temperatures High today will be in the low 60s, low tonight near 40 and a high Saturday near 70. This morning's low was 47, and yesterday's high was 68. Lake level Canyon Lakes fell slightly to 906.26 this morning, compared to yesterday’s level of 906.32. The outflow from Canyon Dam is still holding at 500 cubic feet per second. Texas Two storm systems brought the promise of more late-season snow to the Panhandle, South Plains and the mountains of Southwest Texas today. Forecasters said an additional one to three inches of snow was possible over the Panhandle today. In Amarillo, an of ficial 44.6 inches of snow has been measured this season — four inches short of the all-time record set in the winter of 1918-1919 Snow tapered off during the night in the El Paso area, but the National Weather Service said hazardous driving conditions would continue across West Texas because of sub-freezing temperatures. Scattered patches of light rain, showers and drizzle were noted over much of North and South Texas before dawn as cloudy skies covered the state. Temperatures were in the 20s and 30s over the western third of the state, while readings in the 40s and 50s were the rule over the rest of Texas. Temperatures at 4 a.m. ranged from 25 at Ll Paso to 61 at McAllen. Winds* were mostly from the north and northwest at 5 to 15 mph. Credit Motors Inc. RUN AROUND Have you tried everywhere else to get credit? Look No More We'll Help You. Let Us Give You the Credit You Deserve. Bring your tax return and trade. Let s Make A Deal! Large Inventory Available **V>' Call Us 629-0066 33S IH 35 West New Braunfels bu h. ► I HERALD CLASSIFIED DEPT 625-9144 Woman stable after accident A New Braunfels woman is in stable condition at McKenna Memorial Hospital, following    an automobile-two pedist-rian accident Wednesday night. Yolanda Gonzales is “responding to treatment,” a hospital spokeswoman said Friday. Dora Estrada, also injured in the accident, was treated and released. The accident occurred at approximately 11:45 p.m. in the parking lot of the Y-Cafe on Highway Bl West. The vehicle was identified as a late model flatbed truck. A police spokesperson said Friday no charges have been filed against the Latin male, who was driving the truck. € Polar Bear Ashburn’ SS Sweets for Your Sweet MINT KISSES hi Our Fancy Candy Shoppe ROCK CANDY 7 FLA VOHS IN OUK MNC* CAN Of SHOFPtt $I Polar Bear fek XU Ashburn’* y WI kit if you could work with a desktop computer tlkit gets snuitei i iglu along with you? Ybu could if you had a Zenith ZIOO! • Dual microprocessors let you start out on easy-to-use 8-bit programs And move up to faster, more comprehensive 16-bit programs • User memory and storage capacity easily expanded • Comes with easy-to-follow software instruction booklets • Professional business graphics • Many easy-to-use Zenith business programs available, including Multi-Plan electronic worksheet, word processing, and small business accounting • Backed by Zenith Quality Service Warranty * data systems ■Ai* he Ttw quilNy Kl ws in b**w the mine    un. 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General Manager ........Publisher Office Manager ...........Editor Advertising Manager Classified Manager Circulation Manager Photocomp Foreman Press Foreman Print Shop Foreman Kaleidoscope Editor Sports Editor Wire Editor Subscription Rates In Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, $8 55; 6 months, $15; one year, $27. In Texas: 6 months, $24 one year, $45 Out of state: 6 months, $30; one year, $50 Senior Citizens Discount In Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Bexar, Blanco and Kendall Counties, 6 months, $12; one year, $22 Postmaster: Send address changes to P O Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78130 We got a tax break., and a bundle to retire on...all because we started an Individual Retirement Account! We figured, why pay Uncle Sam any more than we had to, when we could be paying ourselves up to $4000 a year as a working couple! ($2000 a year tor individuals.) That’s tax deductible money that is set aside and earning interest (which is tax deterred until retirement time! Just imagine how fast that adds up!) It made sense for us... it could make even more sense for you...because the earlier you start, the more you’ll have when it comes time to retire! HOME OFFICE NEW BRAUNFELS 625-S001 BRANCH OFFICES SATTLER SAN MANCOS 362-3356 WIMBERLEY 667-2442 ;