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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 13, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas ActivitiesDear AbbyHerajdjMw^Ntewta § § A % % / / * rf ✓ / Wednesday, Nov. 13 • Alzheimer's Support Group meets at the new Senior Citizens Center, 653 Lands St. at 4 pm. Call Judy Turner at 625-2068. • New Braunfels Evening Rotary Club meets at 6 pm. at Oma's Nous Restaurant. • New Braunfels Evening Lions meets at 6:05 pm. at Garretts Steak House. • New Braunfels Business and Professional Women meets at the Holiday Inn in New Braunfels. Hospitality begins at 6:45 pm. and the regular meeting begins at 7 pm. For more information call Ann Bartholomew at 629-0388 or Delores Smith at 629-4352. • Veterans of Foreign Wars Post W7110 and Auxiliary meets at 7:30 pm. at the Post Home, 600 Peace Ave. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 pm. at 1142 Eikd. Call 620-4354 or 625-0057. • Compania de Dania Folkloric a practices at Frazier Elementary* School from 5-8 pm. Call Mary Paniagua at 629-5667. • Ballet Folklorico Infanta meets and practices at Lands Recreation Center from 6-9 pm. in the downstairs gym. Call Director Janie Gonzales at 629-1737. • New Braunfels Co-Dependents Anonymous meets at 8 pm. at 894 Loop 337 North at Garden Park Center. Call 625-2125 or 620-7511. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 pm. at 361W. San Antonio St. on the second floor. Call 620-4354 or 625-0057. • Al-Anon meets at 1142 Eikel at 8 pm. Call 620-4354 or 625-0057. Thursday, Nov. 14 • Women's Aglow Fellowship meets at Molly Joe's Restaurant. Fellowship begins at 9 am. and the meeting begins at 9:30 am. Lunch follows. Call 625-4452. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 pm. at 1142 Eikel. Call 620-4354 or 625-0057. • New Braunfels Noon Lions Club will meet at noon at Eagles Hall. • Parenting program Parents Positive Practical Approach to Children begins at 7 pm. at Teen Connection, 1414 W. San Antonio St The program is Open to couples, single parents, church and other organizations. Call 629-6571. • Fraternal Order of Eagles Aerie #2999 conducts Bingo at 7 pm. at the Eagles Hall, 257 E. South St. • New Braunfels Chapter of the Society for the Preservation and Encouragement of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America meets at 7:30 pm. at First Baptist Church. Visitors welcome. • Knights of Columbus business meeting at 7:30 pm. at the council hall. • Comal County Community Band rehearses at 7:30 pm. at the Canyon High School band hall. Call 625-8081 or 512/885-7674. • Co-Dependents Anonymous of Canyon Lake will meet at 8 pm. at St. Andrews Lutheran Church activity center. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 pm. at 361 W. San Antonio St. on the second floor. Call 620-4354 or 625-0057. Friday, Nov. IS • New Braunfels Woodcarvers meets from 12:304 pm. at the new Senior Citizens Center, 655 Landa St Call 629-1161. • VFW Post 7110t 600 Peace Ave., is the place for bingo at 7 pm. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon, 8 pm. and 10:30 pm. at 1142 Eikel. Call 6204354 or 625-0057. • Al-Anon meets at 1142 Eikel at 7 pm. Call 6204354 or 625-0057. • New Braunfels Co-Dependents Anonymous meets at 8 pm. at 894 Loop 337 North at Garden Park Center. Call 625-2125 or 620-7511. • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 8 pm. at 361 W. San Antonio St. on the second floor. Call 6204354 or 625-0057. Saturday, Nov. 16 • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at noon and 8 pm. at 1142 Eikel. Call 6204354or 625-0057. • Parenting program. Parents Positive Practical Approach to Children begins at 10:30 am. at Teen Connection, 1414 W. San Antonio St The program is open to couples, single parents, church and other organizations. Call 629-6571. • Comal County Satellite Support Group — dedicated to human growth — meets at 1:30 pm. at the Garza Street classroom, across from McKenna Memorial Hospital. ' Sunday Nov. 17 • Alcoholics Anonymous meets at ll am. and 8 pm. at 1142 Eikel. Women's group meets at 4 pm. Call 6204354 or 625-0057. Memories of Kent State will not rest DEAR ABBY: I must take exception to your response to Karen A. Tamura of Cerritos, Calif., concerning the Vietnam War. You said that National Guard units fired into a group of peaceful demonstrators at Kent State University, killing four and wounding nine. Mobs are seldom “peaceful.” These “students” confronting the National Guard at Kent State that day in 1970 constituted a mob. Their zeal for a cause led them astray. Four had to die before reason regained the upper hand. They were armed with bricks, rocks and clubs, and were scarcely in a mood to exercise discretion. It is ever so easy, after the fact, to declare what was should not have been. ALLAN E. BOVEY, SPRINGFIELD, MASS. DEAR ALLAN: Read on: DEAR ABBY: For years I have fumed as I read the sob stories about the “peaceful anti-war demonstrators” at Kent State. I know Vietnam wasn’t a popular war — I hated it, too. It is too bad these demonstrators were killed — but peaceful? NO! 1. These “peaceful” demonstrators burned the ROTC building. 2. These “peaceful" demonstrators had been ordered to leave, but refused. 3. These National Guardsmen were about the same age as the “peaceful” demonstrators. They were there obeying orders. Wouldn’t you feel your life was threatened if you were a member of a small group facing a large crowd who was pelting you with stones and other missiles? Small wonder someone panicked and fired. Everyone has heard about the “peaceful” demonstrators who were injured or killed, but the public has never heard about the guardsman who phoned his young wife and cried as he told her what he had seen, and who today, at age 48, still has problems as a result of what happened that day, and the subsequent questioning and harassment these innocent young men were subjected to because of the Kent State riots! No, I wasn’t there — but my 22-year-old brother was an Ohio National Guardsman protecting his country, his state and the taxpayers’ lives and property. HAD IT WITH KENT STATE IN OHIO DEAR ABBY: Perhaps being attacked with bricks, bottles, etc., is a peaceful demonstration to you, but those 18-year-old guardsmen were scared into retaliation. Where, oh where, has the truth gone? PHYLLIS GOLI.ESLIN, MELBOURNE, ELA DEAR ABBY: The governor of Ohio did not send for the state National Guard because of “peaceful anti-war demonstrators” at Kent State in May 1970. Mobs of raging students were roaming the campus — pillaging and burning everything in sight (including whole buildings). Local authorities were terrified and helpless. Blame the issuance of live ammunition to a group of frightened soldiers, completely inexperienced in mob control, who were being shouted at, spit on, or hit by bricks and rocks. These guardsmen were no older than the students. Abby, please read current accounts (unbiased) before wrongfully reporting this terrible tragedy. DAVID PAIGE, PUYALLUP, WASH DEAR DAVID AND DEAR READERS: My source for the ex planation of the Vietnam War and reference to Kent State came from the World Book Encyclopedia. I felt that this was an unbiased account, and it was in no way intended to mislead or inflame. Referring to it as a “peaceful" demonstration was my mistake. I now know the truth. DEAR ABBY: My recent vacation trip has compelled me to pass along some tips to those who visit our precious national parks — particularly Yellowstone. 1. Don’t bring your dog along—at least not to Yellowstone; pets are not allowed past one-quarter of a mile on any trail there. I couldn’t believe all the dogs I saw locked in cars in 80-degree temperatures! Better check the pet regulations of the park you plan to visit before deciding to bring your dog. (Bears dislike dogs, so you’d be asking for trouble.) 2. Extinguish your camp fires when you leave your site. 3. If an animal wants to cross the road — let it! You’re only a visitor — the animal lives there, so be polite. (I couldn’t believe how many people I saw impatiently blowing their horns to force a buffalo or deer back to the side of the road.) 4. Those lovely wildflowers are not yours — they belong to everyone; so please leave them there for the next person to admire. Leave the rocks and stones in place, too. 5. If you want a close-up shot of an animal, invest in a camera with a zoom lens. I actually saw 25 or 30 MUHAR. J CHUPON Feast Continued from Pogo • I pint Morney sauce (recipe below) Vi cup bread crumbs % cup grated Parmesan cheese 2 tablespoons melted butter Boil the cauliflower until tender, drain. Mix the cauliflower with the Mornay sauce and place it in an oven-safe casserole. Combine the bread crumbs. Parmesan cheese and melted butter, sprinkle the mixture over the cauliflower. Bake until browned and hot Makes IO servings. [KLfCf otmfl CARPET SHAMPOO Get one room* In your home shampooed with purchase of one quart of Electrolux Turbo Shampoo. [ I.OO) Sec our new Boor Pro Shampooer/pollsher featuring Circular Drt-Foam deaning. 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