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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 28, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas WEEKStammtischJuly 4 parade An Independence Day parade will be beld on the Plaza Thursday. Refreshments for members and special guests will be served at the Sophienburg Archives parking lot, 200 N. Seguin, at 9 a.m. A band concert on the Plaza will start at 9:30 arn At 9:45 am, the parade will begin from the Archives parking lot. A short program will follow on die Plaza.Butin### counseling The business counselor from UTSA’s School of Business is in the Chamber of Commerce office every Tuesday to offer counseling in topics of interest to anyone in business or considering starting a business. Topics cover financing, personnel, business planning, taxes, expansion and many others. Also, the 'Business Start-Up' orientation was well received and will be offered the first Tuesday of each month. Appointments may be made for individual counseling and for the orientation by calling 625-2385. The service is free and confidential.Con—nratlon Society yard—lo The New Braunfels Conservation Society will hold a yard sale from 9 am. to 4 pm. Saturday. The sale will be located at 521 West San Antonio St■Mbocuo fund—I—r American Legion Post 35 will host a fund-raiser from 9 am to dark Sunday at 4210 FM 482 in Solms. Barbecue plates will be $4. There will be a silent auction, arts and crafts, flea market and live music. For information, call 625-5535.Fr— Tuesday The Children's Museum's Free First Tuesday P.M. is July 2 from noon to 5 pm The museum’s regular admission is $2.50 per person, but the doors are open for free visits on the first Tuesday afternoon of each month. The museum has 13 hands-on exhibits, four discovery tables and science lab discovery activities that children and their families can explore together. The museum is located in the New Braunfels Factory Stores between Ernestos and the Kitchen Collection. Call 6204)939 for information.hutop—d—Day Party Celebrate July 4th at die Bulverde Community Center. There will be Bar-B-Q chicken, Country Store, Bake Sales, prize raffles, antique farm equipment and auto show, continuous attendance prizes, and games. Teh event will run from noon to 6 p.m. Come join the fun.Oar### and baku sale New Braunfels Elks Lodge #2279, 353 S. Seguin, across from the Civic Center, will have a benefit garage and bake sale from 8 am. to 3 pm July 13. It will be held inside the lodge building in air conditioned comfort, and there is plenty of free parking. Proceeds go to the Texas Elks Children’s Diagnostic Center at Ottine.Bibl# —bool Open Door Baptist Church, 117 Haeckerville Road, Cibolo will hold a Vacation Bible School from 9 am to 11:30 am. July 15 to 19. For information, call 658-8069, or just show up to register die first day. (Submit items to: Herald-Zeitung Stammtisch 707 Landa St. New Braunfels, TX 78130. Or fax to 625-1224.)We’re Meeting IO interest wnaffi fflLiMmw uhuh fJWUlfJ BMHHQ fflWLHf Huwra uwi'jumuiuumu U0JH0S UMI-] WM WMW UU ll CIU Cl ll] CI MU PJI J CJM MPJUMMMM MW ll WMW MMU M UUU UCJU MPJ MU 14 CK*] Hmm WU CIM WUU MWPJWMM MWW MUMP] □Mmmuw Cl 141*] MC1MPJM MMPJMU Cl PJM UU'JJM LI IICJUMMMI1MWM MUMM MUMM UMI1WM UU Ll 14 MUCJU MCII4MM CIUPJW All Stores OPEN SUNDAY! j i down Savings In Every Department! TODAY'S PUZZLE STUMPED? Decision to donate organs should be a family affair M U Cal for Answers • Touch* ton* or Rotary Phono* 14)00-454-3535 aid. code 540* im par mr ’ DEAR ABBY: There is a widespread public misconception that needs to be cleared up. Americans need to know that family consent, nf>t a donor card, is required for organ donation to occur. Hospital personnel always require the consent cf next-of-kin before procuring organa. Organ donor cards are effective only if they provide a stimulus for family discussions about the intention to become an organ donor, and the potential donor makes plain to his or her family the desire to make the donation. In 1995, a review of medical records of deceased patients revealed that there were approximately 13,000 to 15,000 potential organ donors. But only about 5,346 individuals actually donated, despite the fact that the American public overwhelmingly supports organ donation. Thanks in advance for your help inclosing this unfortunate gap. TANA SHERMAN, PARTNERSHIP FOR ORGAN DONATION, BOSTON DEAR TANA: Thank you for ap important tetter. Discussing one’s desire to be an organ donor is a vital step in the organ donation process. When people sign donor cards, they pike a commitment and empress their wishes to be vital organ donors at the time of their death. But if family members are unaware of a potential donors wishes, they can — and often do — react negatively when they are approached and asked to give their consent. If familia understand in advance, there could be an estimated additional 16,000 transplants each year. I will continue to urge my readers to sign organ donor cards and to discuss their wishes with their families. I believe that most families will agree to respect the wishes of their loved ones. * * * DEAR ABBY: I am in my early 20s and have been married for three years. My husband’s first wife died eight years ago, but he keeps her memory alive. Her wheelchair is still in the comer of our bedroom, and he has everything she owned. My question is: When does she die? When should he get rid of her things? I feel like I’m competing with a dead woman; I feel haunted. You are the only person I can talk to. I have fib other friends. I would like to have counseling but cannot afford it. I am an emotional wreck. VERY CONFUSED Th# Comal County Gtenaalogy Society wi not mast in July. The next meeting wi be at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 6 at the Victoria Bank and Tniet north Bidding. 1000 N. Walnut St Th# Fratarnal Ordar of Eaglaa Auxiliary *2999 wffl have a business meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Officers meet at 7 p.m. Haw Braunfels High School nm of 1971 is planning ifs 25th reunion. It wi) be held July 6 at the fairgrounds hy-ini T M am Im    -s.-*-.s-A    - — * - nl,’ n n irOfTi / pm lo rracngni rot iifonriaDon, cal Tim Seige at 625-4816, or Rusty Meyer at 625-3321. new Braunfels rngn ocnoov wises of 1976 20 year reunion is sat for July 6. Addresses of classmates are needed ASAP. Please include maiden names and send addresses to Vicki Clark VanDetden a 20 La Mesa, New Braunfels, TX 78130. Or cal 6064)716 or Monica Carby Engel at 629-3236 or Suzanne Sacco Baker at 629-1768. The Eagles Auxiliary 62969 Past Presidents wi meet Monday, July 8 at Ryans Steakhouse at 6 p.m. Helen Estes is hostees. The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Support Group wi meet from 11 am to noon, Saturday, July 13 at Comal Bowl, 1202 Huiaache. For information, cal John Morrow at 606-0456. The Eaglaa Auxiliary 62999 will have a social meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday, July 15. Officers meet at 7 p.m. Charter members and past presidents wi ba honored. Fraternal Ordar of Eaglaa 62999 Joint monthly supper for Aerie and Aiec-Hiary at 7 p.m. July 22 Coat is $2 per person. Auxiliary members with birthdays in July eat free. Fraternal Order of Eagles fun night, Monday, July 29, al Aerie and Alodiary members ara invited. The Canyon Lrte-Flechsr Club for Family and Community Education wi meet Aug. 20 at the Fischer Store School Community Center. Coffee and fellowship at 9 am., meeting at 9:30 am. The program will be “Information My FwTiy Needs to Know,’to be given by a dub member. Pubic invited. For information, call Rose Gandall 935-2901. Th# Hill Country Chorus, New Braunfels’ own chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing in America masts every Tuesday evening from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 pm at the First Baptist Church Choir Room located at Cross and Santa Clara Street. We’d like very much to have you visit with us and, if interested, join with us to Keep America Singing. Ovaraatara Anonymous, New Braunfels Chapter, meets every Mon* PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOL VEO 5 27 96 O 1996, UMM ItikM Syntactic 26 Have a go at 29 Nebraska city 31 F roster 32 Not cooked 33 Kimono sash 34 Down in the dumps 36 Before 37 Motorist's org. 38 Halt-ot-Famer OW 41 Runners and wrasters 42 Gloss 45 Outdoor araa 46 And soon: abbr. 47 Hits tbs hay 49 Toupee: slang 51 Rip-off 52 Lugged 53 The Singing Cowboy' 55 Approaches 57 Manifest 58 Perceive 59 Scoff 61 Dry 63 Dwell 66 Luau food nr nrraj HS ho KT Silly Puton Prettify Ii im Mg# Bam 9km rn.. 00 po LM 6399 99 1 pc LM 9649 99 . .LM S1199.99 LM $1699 99 po ..LM 1196.96 LM I486J6 11 $669.99 $1299 S1799 Th# Dear Abby DEAR CONFUSED: Tell your hueband what you have told me, and give him a month to get her things out of the house, with the understanding that if he doesn’t, you will call a local charity that will accept them. (It occurred to me that you could sell the items and use the money for counseling, but I have a hunch that this will be quicker and just as effective.) • • • DEAR ABBY: On a quick trip to the grocery store, an obviously caring mother left her two small children in the car with the keys in the ignition and the motor running to keep the air conditioner on, as it was a very hot day. I watched in horror as the two little ones tried to “drive’’ — twisting the steering wheel and turning the lights on and off. Then one of the children started to play with the buttons that raised and lowered the windows. I was afraid that one of them would get an arm — or maybe a head — caught in the window, so I rushed into the store and told the mother I was worried about her children. Without uttering a word, she marched out of the store, put down the windows, turned off the motor and removed the car kevs. Abby, please warn parents never to leave small children in cars with the motor running. They could easily be kidnapped in a carjacking — or push the car out of gear to roll into traffic. One family I knew lost a son when his neck was caught in a closing window. A SMALL TOWN IN GEORGIA DEAR SMALL TOWN: Your tetter should be rn reminder to all who drive automobiles: NEVER leave small children unattended in an automobile. Keep them with you. The child who’s snatched or injured could be your own. meets every Thursday at noon at Victoria Bank and Trust, 1000 N. Walnut. Guests are welcome. I New Braunfels Araa Car Club meets the last Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Victoria Bank and1 Trust Annex building. The dub recognizes original and modified cars and pickups 20 years and older. Visitors are welcome to attend. For informa-; tion, contact Bennie Mite at 620-5013.; Adult Children of Alcoholics, a 12-1 Step Support Group, meets every! Tuesday at 7 p.m. at St John’s Epis-! copal Church, 912 Guenther. For more! information, call Connie at 606-0647. ! New Braunfels Toastmasters Inter- * national — Improve your speaking ability. Attend Tuesday meetings at 7 p.m. at Summit Center, 2405 IH-35 West Cal 629-4042 for information. -do*.Itta*- Ski's Antiques, Etc. All Friends fie curious visitors to Come, See fie Visit Saturday, June 29, Noon-4 p.m. 125 W. Highway SI day night at 7 pm at the First Church of the Nazareth, 1465 IH-35 East No fees, new members invited. For information, call Betty at 606-3053. Canyon Laka Masonic Lodge 61425 meets the first Thursday of each month. A meal at 6:30 pm, meeting at 7:30 p.m. The lodge is located in StartzvMe, across the street from St. Andrew Lutheran Church on FM 2673. Bring your dues card and come to a meeting. Cal Bud Wright at 964-3154 for information. VFW Post 7110 at 600 Peace Street and Lades Aux. meets every second Wednesday at 7:30 pm AMnon masts every Monday at the 24-Hour Club, 1142 Eiket St. at 8 p.m. Call 6254)057 for information. The New Braunfels Kiwanls Club montVy paymanls MI b# high* Ofler runt twoupi July S. 1996 Lack’s of New Braunfels 971W. 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