New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 23, 1987, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 23, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Education Thursday April 23 1987      Herald-Ze/fung    New    Braunfels    Texas      Page    5A ATOPEN Richardson Chiropractic Clinic Hollo’s Barbecue Whole Brisket BBQ 4-6 lbs. S2.99 lb. Whole or Half BBQ Hams S2.69 lb. Family Pack Special S8.95 Choice of 1 Meat Includes Sauce 1’ ; lb. Beef    I pf Potato Salad 1' 2 lb. Sausage    1 pt. Pinto Beans 1 v2 lb. Ribs    1 pt. Coleslaw 112 lb. Ham Order Your BBQ Chicken To Go Only Custom Coloring I Party Trays 719 Hwy. 46 S.    629-1625 Judging contest tests knowledge Twenty New Braunfels High School students competed in the Area VII Future Farmers of America judging contest April ll at Texas A&M University in College Station Teams of four students each competed in the meats judging, dairy products judging, livestock judging dairy cattle judging and poultry judging The meats judging team placed eighth and team member Lisa Meckel wa" seveth in individual rankings Other team members were Mile" Gibbs (aria Meckel and Becks Mueller In this competition, students evaluate beef pork and lamb carcasses as well as retail cuts in placing classer Quality and yield grade are determined in another part of the meats contest and identifier tion of retail meat cuts is required The fourth part of the judging contest i' answering questions on two of the classer observed during placing < ompetition in the dairy products contest is in four parts The students must examine pieces of mechanical milkers for defects identify cheese samples taste milk for defective or undesirable flavors and score sedi ment pads Placing sixth, the team members were hristen Holley, Adam Baler Keith Neuse and Randall Schaefer Beef cattle, swine and lambs are evaluated as replacement breeding animals or as potential slaughter animals in the livestock judging contest Scott Hansmann Roxanne Holz. Chris Mager and Darrell Schmidt competed in this contest Dairy cattle judging is similar to livestock judging since live animals are evaluated Heifers are judged as potential replacements for stock Milking cows are visually appraised on their ability to give milk. Members of this team included Laura Johnson. Nathan Dolle. Erie Schmidt and Michelle Cooksey Poultry judging team members consisted of Conan Kerlick. Diana Hill. Matthew Ethridge and Don Nee Iv In thi" competition the students evaluate live pullets and laying hens. ready to-cook broilers and ready-to-cook turkeys They also evaluate eggs on external and internal characteristics A written exam is part of the poultry contest as well Laura Ann Bocquet TaxpayerS- Rights. Remedies. Responsibilities Want to li-arn morr atiout the property tax "Vslem That s possible by reading a pamphlet th** State Property Tax Board has w ritten and made available at the local appraisal district office It % < allrd Taxpayers Hight* Remedies Responsibilities and ;t may help you "ave money Learn at>out tax relief available through • homestead exemptions • disabled veteran exemption" • "p*-v al productivity v alue for farm. ranch and timber land • ’ax leferra! for “verfc.S homeowners V ou ll learn how your property is appraised That way you can decide if the appraisal district's v alue is reasonable lf you think it isn t. the pamphlet tells you how to prepare an appeal to the appraisal review tKjard You'll learn the types of protests the appraisal review tniard can hear and useful evidence to bring to your hearing Important date* in the tax year are listed You'll know what your responsibilities are when you are obligated to "utisfy them Remedies is fret* to taxpayers A"k for vours todav at COMAL APPRAISAL DISTRICT 644 N I Alop 337    New    Braunfels.    Texas    781311 Piper scholar Amazing DiagnosticTool To Be Unveiled Special athletes C IS D students unite and shine Canyon FFA team set for state competition Canyon High School Future Farmers of America dairy products team memt>ers are moving on to state competition after qualifying at the area judging contest April ll at Texa" \i\l I mversity Members of the team are David Rurvuneh Ronald Gardener Richard Martin and Elizabeth Pfeul fer Thank" to Mime outstanding in divsduai judging the teams total score wa" good enough to take second place overall said Melissa Walden " t u d e n t vocational agriculture tea* her at CHS Pfeutter a sophomore "wept third high More in individual competition Martin    fourth arui Bury.ibex look "ev en th Th** team ha" worked and trained hard under the direction of hi A sponsor Wesley Odell Walden "aid They are excited about the possibili tv of advancing on to nationals in Kansas( tty The meats judging teams placed "«*venth in the area meet Members are Staton t bilder" Melroy Gibvvn Jennifer Pfeuffer and Lyman Skolaut SVHS rocks without drugs or alcohol Rated lo an anti drug rot k band will tn* featured in a concert to I** heil! April 29 at Smithson \ alley High Sv (viol I he Student Coum ii will s{M>n"or till" event to maintain one of our goal" of .Iud "ay So t<* drug" and alcohol said Terry LeMuy a teat her at s\ ifs The program will consist of a half hour free concert and rap "cssion .uth students on questions at>out not getting involved with drugs and alcohol The program will be followed bv a two hour tienefit concert that even mg Tickets are $ * each Die r<*g band i" from Newport Beach < alif and the menage they carry is getting high in not necessarily a mutter of drug" LeMav said The band consists of four members from the "ame family ranging in age (rum HH to 22 year" Their song" con Md of tup 4o rock n rod tune" Spring field days set for next week spring field day" are planned April 4o and May for students at t amal Elementary school students in kindergarten through fifth grade will have an opportunity to use the skills that they have developed during the year The event also affords an opportunity for com munity involvement through tile use of parent volunteers Each year C omal Elementary s field day ha" t>een a great "Uccess "aid Joe Mi Elroy physical eduea Hon teacher on that campus Parent volunteer" have ranged from to : « during the day Every student participant will receive a ribbon and certificate They will enjoy field day event" lur mg "p«*v tai classes and move from station to station In case ut inclement weather the field day s w ii] (** held May 7 and H Karen Arthur a senior at Ca nyon High School has been awarded the prestigious Min nie Piper Foundation Scholarship She is only the second Piper scholar from Canyon High since it opened rn 1959 Lone Star School honors students Forty students at Lone Star Primary participated in an honors luncheon last week These students dined with pun cipal Evelyn Farmer at a special table on the cafeteria " stage These students were chosen by then teacher The purpose of tins program is to booot students morale and "elf concept as well as to give the students a chance to visit with the principal Students who participated in tin" luncheon were Jason Leach Michelle lamina Kevin Van iHdden Mark Moreno steven (ionic/ Soma Moreno Jamie Schlater Brandon Read Zachary U*uis. Alyssa Juarez Alan Gomez Henry Alvarez Elizabeth Mullins Miguel Gonzales lamella Bachman. Gaven Sollberger. Prissy Trejo Adrian Rosales Christina Moreno Elisa Aguirre Pamela Villarreal. Jon Wilson Mariana Williams. Oscar Diaz, Jose Vital. Melissa Yanez. Jonathan Flavin. Eric Cruz Robert ('antu. James Morales. Rodrigo Zurita. Crystal Juarez. Damca Scholl. Sharon Martinez. Steve Ball Irene Lopez. Danny Gonzales. Lesley Ott. Claudia Mares and Miguel Perez Dr Jem Richardson 1) C THI PATIENT AND ANY OTHEh Pf BSC 'N PE iPt NS Bi E FOR PAYMENT MAS A RIGHT TO REFUSE TO PAY OR CANCEL P A Y M t N T IR HE RE M B u R "> E i > R PAY ME NIF* R ANY ■>{ RViCE E LAMINATION OR TREATMENT WMK H S ► EFO RMf ' AS A RE Si . ' I ANDY. ’N N V HOURS RESE NDING TOI HE ADVERTISEMENT Hi ’Mf ERIE J' . I E * AM VO N R ’MEA’ ME N1 I  __ _    ________ Fifteen Special Olympians from Bulverde F.lementary and Canyon Middle schools will participate Saturday in Special Olympics in Austin Students will compete in track and field events making the reality of this years theme. ‘Special Olympics Uniting the World.' closer to home ‘ The event gives special kids a day to shine said Sue Keoghan. special education teacher at Bulverde F lenient ary The program is founded on the belief that spinal education students can with proper instruction and en couragement. learn enjoy and f*>nefit from participation in individual and team "ports adapted as necessary to meet the need" of those with limitation" The c omal Isl) students will travel to the area games at Westlake High School in Austin by bus Saturday \ complimentary breakfast will t*> served bv Milkmaid" of New Braunfels and snacks will tie served Canyon Middle School students practicing for the Special Olympic? are (from left) Lee Voigt Irene Ledesma Clayton Rapp Rosemary Robles, Rosa Martinez and Allen Batey courtesv of Kroger s of New The student" will t>e accompanied Free Emma Schmidt and Darien* Braunfels bv Keoghan Nlargi Handrtck Jo Watson Arthur the daughter of Mrs Elsie Arthur of New Braunfels plans to use her scholarship to attend Baylor University The Piper Foundation scholarship goes to 25 high school graduates rn Texas and is earned through scholastic achievement The Stipend is $2,500 tor the first year and $3,500 per academic year tor the next three years during tour years of undergraduate study leading to a bachelor s degree in in ternationai Business tor a total of $13 OOO Modem Science has progressed to new heights. There snow a machine that actually maps sensitive temperature deviations in your body indicating where muscles are act abnormally This new diagnostic tool, called thermography, graphically displays tor. a TV monitor) those areas of your body that are in pain Come See What Your Pain Looks Like, Free! It s our First Anniversary, and we re celebrating with an open house, and the unveiling of this modern miracle of technology Come to the celebration and bring everybody in tht family' This Sunday from I JO p.m. to 5:00 p.rn 606 South Walnut Walnut Square Shopping Center New Braunfels 629-4488 Free Spinal Screening Free Thermography Screening (No Radiation) Free Hot Dogs & Soft Drinks Free Ferris Wheel Rides for the Kids Free Dragon Moon Walk Free Mechanical Pony Rides ;

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