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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 20, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6 Herald Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, August 20, 1991 DearAbbyNEW BRAUNFELS HERALD-ZEITUNGSnore war creating sleepless nights (EDITOR S NOTE: Abby is on ,» a two-week vacation. Following is a selection of some of her favorite past letters.) DEAR ABBY: My husband says * > that I snore, but I know I don't. One ; thing I know for certain is that he • snores; and if I don't fall asleep be-! fore he does, I ain up all night. He ; tells me that he is up all night because . of my snoring, which is ridiculous ’ because if he were up. he wouldn’t be • keeping me up with his snoring. - How can we find out the truth? I Don't suggest we have a third party *sleep with us, as I am very old- • fashioned. HATTIE I DEAR HATTIE: Buy, rent or ' borrow a tape recorder and turn •.it on when you both retire. ’,‘Whoever is awake while the bother is snoring should say, “I ram awake, so you must be snorting!” And that should settle it! f •I DEAR ABBY: My problem is a '.•husband who thinks he's funny. I ‘♦had a very nice dinner party at home rthe other night and was especially yproud of the way everything turned out. Well, when the guests were leaving. my husband said, “Come back soon because the only time I get a decent meal around here is when we have company.*' Everybody laughed, but I wanted to crawl into a hole. He said that once before and it got a big laugh, so he pulled it agami In the first place, Abby, its not true. I pride myself on always feeding my family very well. I told him later I didn't think that crack was very funny, but he said, “I was only-kidding.” Is there a clever retort I could use in case my husband the comic says that again? TICKED OFF IN TULSA DEAR TICKED: You could say (only kidding, of course), “The only time my ever lovin’ Scrooge ves me money for fancy groceries is when we have company." DEAR ABBY: You had a letter in your column about people who were always mooching rides, and these moochers were called “schnorrers I would like to know where that term came from. We are one of the ‘200 families in the United States with the name of “Schnorr,” and we object to the use of our name with such a meaning. We hope that the Schnorr families in Oregon. New Mexico, Illinois and all other states feel as we do and that you get 199 more letters of protest. THE SCHNORRS OF ARIZONA DEAR SCHNORRS: The verb “to beg” is “schnorren” in German. From it comes the noun “schnorrer” — which means “a beggar, a panhandler, a moocher, a cheapskate, a chiseler, a bum, a drifter or a borrower.” It can also mean a compulsive bargain hunter, bargainer or an impudent indigent. The above information was “schnorred” (borrowed without permission) from “The Joys of Yiddish” — a delightful and authoritative book written by Leo Rosten. Want your phone to ring? Get Abby’s booklet, “How to Be Popular” — for people of all ages. To order, send a long, business-size. self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for $3.95 ($4.50 in Canada) to: Dear Abby, Popularity Booklet, P.O. Box 447, Mount Morris, 111. 61054. (Postage is included.••Horoscope 1 B\ Stella Wilder i # i J Born today, you are an imaginative , and adventurous soul. You yearn to | know more about the mysteries of life * than is perhaps possible for any single individual You are driven by a deep • and inexplicable desire to put yourself at the center of affairs — even when you have no real conscious desire to be running things You do love attention, and from your earliest years you no doubt developed several tactics for winning praise from elders You have a natural fear of rejection of any sort The fact that you are certain that there is always something important waiting for you just over the horizon is sure to keep you going when things get rough You are surely optimistic and idealistic — though, of course, you are not immune from bouts of self-doubt and uncertainty that can occasionally be severe To see what is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph Let your birthday star be vour dailv guide. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21 LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — You’ll be in your element throughout much of the day, but on two brief occasions at least you may lose sight of vour goals. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) - Not a good day for long-term planning, as you are not in the mood for consider ing potential risks and payoffs. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) - Keep sight of all that you have been working for over the past months Refine details. but visualize the big picture. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) -You’ll find that you have to work for the support today which you have recently come to take for granted SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — Agreements between sparring parties are more easy to come by today — especially concerning “external" issues CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) -Your concern for those around you will increase today, leading you to consider what new steps can be taken AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) -This should prove a fortuitous 24 hours for you — provided you keep yourself open to all opportunity. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) -Don't close your eyes to what seems far-fetched today. You may have to take special protective care during the evening ARIES (March 21-April 19) — A disagreement is likely to develop between you and your spouse, a sibling. or other family member. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) - You can keep resentment at bay today by-trying to interpret the behavior of others in the most positive light. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - If it s unsolicited and unreserved support you’re after, then today is not your day. You may even have to go it alone. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — You are likely to be bombarded with disappointment early in the day, but your recovery will be complete.NAME GAME WEEK #4 1. PIUGSNEPLRS 2. HOSUAERNCTLRS 3. ENSIGIAATATNCR 4. ENREAOEAYGCWRTEEL 5. NEVRE&RICECTCBES 6. OEIAPYATSFE&HRGWINRRSLDCOGRL 7. NSIAOWAARWSKFNDTRULRBEROE 8. GEOLBNUJIPSNM 9. AADLRGCUNEBRTET 10. AEOEFDACB 11. KAMISTMTFRAETEZR 12. AEIOYCONTOTNPATNMMSOAIY 13. TOM ISM9APA1TBS9CRPR 14. GLEIZDNRTUAEH 15. AUYNOH&RETNLMITSALORTUNORCTNIR 16. UGHPINTNMCHTEA 17. AAODLGNUUSYCPGAMEAP 18. VB EH WRDNTEE A A 19. NRLVRTIWRTLOREDEACNEN 20. OISDJEIVN Win one of 20 prizes each week. Unscramble the list of names above. (Hint-*- see the full page in today’s paper for a list of all participating sponsor's names.) Mail your entry to: The Scramble Name Game, Herald-Zeitung, PO Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, TX 78131-1328. RULES: * No purchase necessary * No photocopies * Additional copies available at Herald-Zeitung (Receptionist’s Desk * Deadline: 12 noon Friday of each week * Prizes will be mailed to winners * Employees of the Herald-Zeitung and their immediate families are not eligible to enter.ENTRY FORMWin great gifts for your grandparents $25 CenjficMc frau the °OI.I-ECnON JnT'V 41 HS Gift Certif**** from THI KLRN!Tt’*I * COSSICNMIWT > SHOP - t s* S (tend    t’u9'*.r In** THE chawbk* o*A w COMMERCE r (ran TOIYf SCHOOL OF D*N^I, That’s right! You can win great gifts for your grandparents this grandparents day by registering a» any of the stores listed at the top of this ad. No Purchase Necessary Enter as often as you wish. for Grandparents Day! All prizes will be awarded Friday. September 6th. Winner will be announced in the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung on jrandparents Day, Sunday, September 8th. Your grandparents must live in Comal, Hays, Bexar or Guadalupe County to be eligible to win. ENTRIES MUST BK RECEIVED BY WEDS., SEPT. 4 al 5 P.M. SUPER GRANDPARENTS OF THE YEAR CONTEST Nam* Addr*** Phorn _        -__     .     •_ Gfandpwntt Nam* (•)    _   . - ---------- ---------- — - — -—.—   --------- County Grandparent* I iv* SPONSORED BY PARTICIPATING MERCHANTS AND New Braunfels Horald-Zritung Send entries to: Scrambled Name Game Herald-Zeitung PO Drawer 311328 New Braunfels, TX 78131-1328 Name_ Address. City, State, Zip_ PhoneNumber “J LAST WEEKS ANSWERS 1. R&H Stores    11. 2. James Grein & Co.    12. 3. Bravo Roofing    13. 4. Landmark Travel Inc.    14. 5. Alpine Custom Sheet    Metal 15. 6. Town & Country Realtors    16. 7. Bill’s Beer Depot    17. 8. J&R Gymnastics    18. 9. Naegelin’s Bakery    19. 10. Koehler Welding, Inc.    20. Renate’s Grooming & Boarding Hanz Decorating Center Schlitterbahn Creative Eyewear Als Floor Covering McFarlands Ice Cream Shoppe Esther J. Seidel MGS Bill’s Detail Shop Midway Mobile Homes Inc. LAST WEEKS WINNERS 1. Mildred Vordenbaum 2. Beverly Timmerman 3. Bob Katon 4. Mrs. Tillie Davis 5. Usa Munden 6. Karen Jung 7. Aleta Gregory 8. Kathy Schuetz 9. Phyllis Schertz 10. Epimenia Gutierrez 11. Allen Welsch 12. D. Roesch 13. Elida Cadena 14. Diana Eberhard 15. Ada Carson 16. Joe Nieto Jr. 17. Barnett Danford 18. Virginia liner 19. Earl R. Martin 20. Carol Gallagher LANDA STATION x    / \ KUMAI KAM A MS ! 7 $3.95 Lunch Special 381 Lands St. 629-3311 Jim’s Video 259 Trade Center Dr. 629-2128 “Laser Disc Movies Available” ;