New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas
Girl needs to assert self
Gun stolen in robbery of hotel linked to death
By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN
DEAR ABBY: I have some questions I’m too embarrassed to ask anybody else. I’m a 21-year-old woman and, unfortunately, my mother never told me anything about growing up or being sexually active.
How far can a woman go with a man without getting pregnant? Does the degree of penetration determine whether she is any danger of getting pregnant? Can a woman get pregnant if she doesn't have an orgasm during sex?
Sorry I am so dumb, but I really need to know.
COULD BE PREGNANT
DEAR COULD BE: See a doctor at once for a pregnancy test.
A woman can get pregnant without experiencing orgasm, and your other questions are answered in detail In my booklet, “What Every Teen-Ager Ought to Know.** It can be obtained by sending $2 and a long, stamped (37 cents), self-addressed envelope to Abby, Teen Booklet, P.O. Box 38923, Hollywood, Calif. 90038.
Parents have written to tell me that their 12- and 13-year-old boys and girls found it very educational, and they (the parents)
regretted that such a booklet was not available when they were growing up.
DEAR ABBY: I am a 35-year-old woman. I’m recently unemployed, which necessitated my returning home “to the nest.” My problem: an overprotects mother. She has never liked the man I’ve dated for the last seven years. When we broke it off (for a while) two years ago, she was very pleased, so when we got back together again, I never told her.
Now that I am home, when he calls I am forced to lie to her, and ! have to tell her I am going somewhere else so I can meet him.
Everyone I talk to tells me my mother has no say about whom I may date, but I can't seem to get that through her head. I need some suggestions on how I can deal with her overprotectiveness.
DEAR S’MOTHERED: Your problem is not an “overprotects mother” — it’s your own inability to assert yourself and project yourself as a mature woman who is able to control ber own life. Try doubly hard to find a job in order to break out of that “nest,” because as long as you’re under your mother’s roof, she will feel
justified in treating you like a juvenile.
DEAR ABBY: I am a woman of 67, in fairly good health and weigh 272.1 cannot keep weight off once I do find a diet that works for me. I have been overweight for 35 years, but nothing like this.
My doctor told me he wants me to have my stomach stapled! Do they actually use staples0Or is that a stupid question?
Please send me all the information you have about this operation or tell me where I can get it.
DEAR LAST: In my opinion the first and the only place to get the answer about the procedure is from the doctor who recommended the stomach stapling. Please consider a second opinion. There are no stupid questions — only people who remained uninformed because they’re afraid of appearing stupid by asking questions.
DEAR ABBY: My mother is a strict Catholic who feels that no one should live in sin; they should be married first.
By DEBBIE DoLOACH Staff writer
A 357 magnum stolen from a highway patrolman during a robbery at a local motel may have been used in the murder of a Garland man at a Corpus Christi motel on June 15.
Corpus Christi Police Sgt U.B. Alvarado said Friday three murder warrants were issued out of Nueces County Thursday against Kenneth Woodson. Shawn Freeman and a female suspect, all of San Antonio. Woodson has also been named in a Comal County arrest warrant for the May 22 robberies at the Gourmet Inn and the Hill Country Inn Freeman is rn the Kerr County Jail, in connection with a Kerrville motel robbery His bond was set at 815,000 for the robbery charge, and 130,000 for the murder charge.
“We’re still looking all over and everywhere, for Woodson and the woman,” Alvarado added “We’re also looking into the possibility that the trooper's gun was used in the (Gabriel* Cangler
homicide at the Travel I/xige motel June 15.” Alvarado confirmed. “We’re running ballistics tests, and leaning in that direction "
Gengler, a 67-year-old retiree, was fatally shot in the doorway of his motel room, after a scuffle at the ice machine with a lone gunman
The linking gun was stolen in a May 22 robbery of a Gourmet Inn motel room, where Alvin DPS trooper Mark Tacquard was staying Two rooms at the Hill Country Inn motel were also robbed in a similar manner on the same day. when gunmen kicked in Ute doors, told their victims to cover their heads with blankets, and then robbed them of cash and jewelry
Craig Mathis. Kevin Hill and Albert Bonner Jr., all of San Antonio, were arrested on Comal County warrants Monday and Tuesday, in connection with the local motel robberies All three remain in the Comal County Jail under $50,000 bond each.
After Mathis’ arrest on Monday, authorities were led to the trooper’s gun, which was recovered at Hill s residence in San Antonio
DWI film will not be used until September
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Funeral arrangements for Harry Douglas of Star Rt. 2, Box 186E, Canyon l.ake, are pending at Zoeller Funeral Home. He died at his residence Friday, Aug. 12 at the age of 63
Ruth Marian Cole
Funeral serivces for Ruth Marian Cole of Rt. 9. Box 156, Canyon l^ake will be Saturday, Aug 13 at 2 p m. at Zoeller Funeral Home, with the Rev. Jim Hmkhouse presiding. Burial will be at Cranes Mill Cemetery. Mrs. Cole died Thursday, Aug. ll at Baptist Memorial Hospital in San Antonio. She was bom to Charles and Frieda (Schmidt) Tobler Dec 16,1916 in Altoona, Pa. and was married April 4,1945 in Boston, Mass. to Melvin E. Cole. She was a reUred credit union manager and a member of St. John Lutheran Church in San Antonio. She is surv ived by her husband, daughter Mrs. Barbara Hickl of Houston, sisters Mrs. Helen Kepner of Altoona, Pa and Mrs. Eleanor Williams of Doylestown. Pa and two grandchildren. Pallbearers will be W.N Cole, R N. Cole. C T Cole, E L. Dickie Jr., R.M. Neer and A.C. Prochnow. Memorials can be sent to the Stephen C. Cohen Foundation, 8527 Village Drive Suite 101, San Antonio 78217.
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By DEBBIE DeLOACH Staff writer
While the first videotape of a Driving While Intoxicated defendant was admitted into evidence in a San Antonio court Wednesday, Comal County Attorney Bill Reimer won’t be able to use any of his films until “at the earliest mid-September ”
A video camera, valued at $2,500. was donated by a “publicly-minded citizen who'd been run off the road three times by drunk drivers,’’ and filmed its first pictures in the Comal County Sheriff's Office in mid-July.
With the lag time we've got here, the defendants filmed in mid-July won t be coming to trial before mid-September." Reimer said Thursday And if past experience holds true, it could be later than that.”
Reimer based that statement on Austin's experiences with DWI-videotaped defendants “They’ve been using the video camera for some time, and the active DWI caseload in Austin has
dropped 90 percent After most defendants see the film, they enter guilty pleas, and jury trials become rare," he said "So we may not have a jury trial using videotape until the first of October or later ” Reimer also said that new DWI legislature will make it mandatory for counties with over 25.000 in population to have video cameras effective Jan I. 1984
A verdict of guilty against 34-year-old Alfred Paul was returned Thursday afternoon in the San Antonio trial The punishment phase of the trial was slated to begin at IO a m Friday, with Bexar County-at-Iaiw Judge Charles Gonzalez presiding The courtroom audience viewed a videotape of Paul Wednesday as he performed a one-legged balancing act, walked lines, moved fingers to his nose and read from a text describing Texas history These routines are all part of a videotaped sobriety test offered to DWI suspects who refuse to submit to breath tests after being picked up by police Filming of the tapes started in April rn San An tonio
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