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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 20, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung □ Thursday, March 20, 1997 □ 3 Father’s role much more than just loving wife DEAR ABBY: I was appalled when I saw in your column that you had trotted out an outdated, sexist, factually inaccurate and socially dangerous quote: “The most important thing a father can do for his children is to love their mother ” Surely you are aware of the research which now establishes that fathers have unique and important contributions to make to the healthy development of their children. Fathers (not race, not income and not mothers) are the key ingredient in reducing youth violence (crime and gangs), drug abuse, promiscuity, eating disorders and suicides. Fathers have a greater effect than mothers in producing empathy, a sense of humor, academic achievement and more. My son’s mother has assaulted me, harassed me, stalked me, vandalized my property, stolen from me, made false allegations against me and more. I don’t love her. But I do something far more important. During most of my son's waking moments since he was 8 months old, the hands he has seen holding him and helping him, the voice he has heard teaching him and loving him, the face he has seen smiling at him and encouraging him have been mine! My son’s mother is not insane and not that rare. She has simply been encouraged by the media to blame a man for everything that makes her unhappy and to think of fathers as second-class parents. You can sign me FIRST-CLASS PARENT DEAR PARENT: Considering the fact that your ex-wife suffers from the emotional instability (lf Police Beat not insanity) which you have described, your son Is indeed fortunate to have such a committed father. However, there are far more absent fathers in single-parent families than, mothers. DEAR ABBY: Hugo Borreson wrote: "Martin Luther King had to go to India to learn the principles of non-violence because they were neither understood nor practiced in the United States.” Abby, Dr. King did not have to go to India to learn the principles of non-violence! In his book, "Stride Toward Freedom” (New York, Harper and Brothers, 1958), he wrote: “One Sunday afternoon, I traveled to Philadelphia to hear a sermon by Dr. Mordecai Johnson, president of Howard University. He was there to preach for the Fellowship House of Philadelphia. "Dr. Johnson had just returned from a trip to India, and, to my great interest, he spoke of the life and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi. "His message was so profound and electrifying that I left the meeting and bought a half-dozen books on Gandhi’s life and works...” I just wanted to set the record straight. Abby. ARTHUR H. PRINCE, PH D. MEMPHIS DEAR DR. PRINCE: I am (as always) profoundly grateful for your consistently accurate corrections and additions to my column since its inception. However, I, too, want to keep the record straight. According to “A Testament of Hope: The Essential Writings and Teachings of Martin Luther King Jr.” (edited by James M. Washington), Dr. King and Ms wife did travel to India in 1960 or 1961, and he made reference to the trip in a speech within months of his return. DEAR ABBY: I have a very dear, older friend who has one bad habit No matter what the situation, she always asks me the price of everything I buy. She demands to know the cost of any improvements I make to my home. It seems she puts a price tag on everything. A member of her family is quite wealthy, and she never hesitates to tell everyone what they spend on everything. I don’t have a lot of money and what I do with it, I think, is my personal business. I have tried the old retort, “Why would you be interested?” but it doesn’t seem to work. I don’t want to be rude, btu can you give me a good comeback that might squelch this nasty habit? MIFFED IN MECHANICSVILLE, VA. DEAR MIFFED: What’s wrong with this direct response: "That’s a very personal question that I prefer not to answer.” Smile when yon say it, and if you repeat It often enough, let’s hope she’ll get the message and quit asking. Comd CMM* I rn*-**#*'    JI Wednesday ■ Arrest on charges of organized criminal activity and theft over $15,000, New Braunfels woman, 18, no bond. ■ Arrest on charges of defective headlight and failure to appear, Spring Branch man, 17, bond $600. ■ Arrest on charge of assault with bodily injury, Bulverde man, 20, bond $500. Tuesday ■ Arrest on charges of driving while intoxicated and driving while license suspended. San Antonio man, 38, bond $15,300. ■ Arrest on charges of no insurance, failure to stop at stop sign, expired drivers license and failure to appear, Canyon Lake woman, bond $1,000. ■ Arrest on charge of credit charge abuse, Canyon Lake man, 21, no bond. ■ Arrest on charge of criminal mischief. New Braunfels man, 21, bond $500. Department of Public Safety Tuesday ■ Arrest on charge of theft by check. New Braunfels woman, 26, bond $500. ■ Arrest on charges of speeding and failure to appear, Austin man, 27. bond $200. ■ Arrest on charges of no insurance and no drivers license, Laredo man, 18, bond $500. ■ Arrest on charges of issuing a bad check and theft by check, New Braunfels woman, 25, bond $500. ■ Arrest on charges of driving while intoxicated and criminal mischief. San Antonio man, 35, bond $1,400. ■ Arrest on charge of criminal non-support, Pharr man, 27. ■ Arrest on charges of engaging in organized crime and theft up to $1,500, Kerrville woman, 38, bond $1,000. For Alivour Body Shop Needs BECKER MOTOR CO 547 S. Sequin. Mew Braunfels 606 3463 Will You Outlive Your Retirement Income? & TC * You’ve worked hard and saved diligently during your lifetime. Now that you’ve retired, your life should be carefree, full of travel, and filled with leisure activities. But have you considered the possibility that your retirement savings may not sustain the retirement lifestyle you’ve always dreamed of? After all, no one has an endless supply of money. As the years go by and the expenses add up, your savings and investments may become depleted. What about the effects that taxes and inflation could have on your retirement savings'? Along with taxes, inflation may continually erode the value of your investments and your purchasing power. Come to an educational workshop and learn how to: • Calculate the cost of your retirement. • Understand various tax laws with regard lo your investments • Invest for growth, income, and stability • Take a balanced approach to investing and achieving your goals • Adjust your portfolio to keep pace with inflation • Make informed decisions as to which investments best suit your needs • Minimize your risk and maintain the potential for competitive returns • Prepare for a more comfortable and rewarding retirement lifestyle Simply by attending the workshop, you’ll receive a full-color, 20-page workbook on retirement investment strategies. This invaluable resource contains essential information, exercises, and questions that will help you assess your current situation and make sound financial decisions. Perhaps best of all - you’ll be eligible for the complimentary consultation offered to all workshop participants. Retirement Investment Strategies Bob Barber - Financial Planner will be held on April 1st from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Treetops in New Braunfels. Reserve your seat and your fuil-color workbook today! Call (210) 609-6986 jjfurHtas sHIwxnI IlMWiMii lalifOe Calf scramble winner Photo •ubmtttod As a sponsor of th# 1997 Calf Scramble Event st tbs 4Sth annual San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, H-E-B la helping the youth of Texas grow and prosper In their agricultural endeavors. Kristofer Kaufmann of New Braunfels was a winner In the calf scramble. Shown congratulating him are, from left, Joe Emit, Calf Scramble Committee chair, Jerry Stendebech, Nadine Sobeczefc, Kathy White and Herb Carroll, Calf Scramble committee CAN T KEEP    UP? WE CAN HELP1 Child Support • Medical Bills • Phst Due Auto Loans • Back House Payments • Back Taxes • Credit Card Debts All Can    Be Included! BILL CQBSOLIDATIOII Also known as Debt Consolidation or Wage Earner Plan (Chapter 13 Bankruptcy) STOP CREDITOR HARASSMENT! NO CREDIT NEEDED! Call 1-800-342-3871 • (Local) 341-6303 124-HOUR RECORDED INFORMATION (TREEYlSm) Clarkson &' Clarkson & Volkman, Attorneys me CUD) San Antonio, Texas I Not ( (Mi (Iu d Ti*x,i‘, Hoiir (I ()f Loc).ii Speci.iii /.Him i . ... . *- , . * ...... . /* ’ ; <if|t , * $Ut ppft* t # %*Vf Up *' /j- * .UMH' 78744 (SM) 444-l7i« As you know, we have already launched our New Horizons 1997. The Past The Present Future March 16th Community & Religion and People's Choice March 18 Industry b Agriculture March 19 History & Heritage Today Health & Education Friday Sports & Recreation Sunday, will wrap up this year's New Horizons ! f ;