New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 10, 1993, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 10, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 10, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas D. James Kennedy...R.C. Sprout Surgeon General C. Everett Koop Stephen Brown.-Edlth Schaeffer THEY ARE MEMBERS OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH IN AMERICA (PCA) Curious about the PCA church in town? -We'd love to introduce ourselves! Comk Taste Oui Best Steak Deals Since 1973 THI 73< Stiak! (Monday Tbrou* Wxdaaartw Only) " • Buy ou/ Buffet and get a steak dinner for just 73C extra. Choose our 5.5 ox. USDA Choice Sirloin or Deluxe Chopped Steak. Served with choice of potatoes or rice pilaf and our all-you-can-eat Buffet! Stiak lf Bunn Tm Two! '(Thursday Throop Sunday Only) / A 16o2. USDA Choice Sirloin for two! Includes choice of potatoes or rice pilaf • and all-you-can-eat Buffet for two. golden conal* Come Tate Our Celebration! 1339 E. Court Seguin, Texas 711 SS Page 2A    HeraW-Zt/fuog    New    Braunfels,    Texas Stammtisch ll TV game shows Veterans of Foreign Wars #7110 Post Home at 600 Peace Ave. invites the public to an afternoon of fun, playing or watching your friends play favorite television game shows Sunday, Feb. 14, from 2 - 6 p.m. Attendance prizes will be awarded every half hour. Food and drinks will be available for sale. Advance tickets are $2 per person. At the door they will be $3 per person. Mid-Texas Symphony benefit Rennert World Travel, Inc., will present Holland America Line Wcstours’ On Stage Alaska on Jan. 14 at 7 p.m. in the Seguin-Guadalupe County Coliseum to benefit the Mid-Texas Symphony. Admission to this multi-media live performance will be $5 per person, and tickets will be available at the door. On Stage Alaska brings to life the history and beauty of Alaska. A&M Financial Ald Office representative The Aggie Mom’s Club will meet at 7 p.m. in the second floor boardroom ofthe New Braunfels Independent School District Center, 430 W. Mill. A representative from the Financial Aid Office of Texas A&M University will present the program. All Comal County high school juniors and seniors and their parents are invited to attend. Hummd Club The recently formed Museum Chapter of New Braunfels, a local chapter of the M. I. Hummel Club invites everyone to learn and share information about M. I. Hummel collectibles at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 12, at the Hummel Museum. Call 625-5636. Cut-a-thon Making Waves Hair Salon will hold a Cut-a-thon Sunday, Jan. IO. from I to 3 p.m. to raisemoney for the Canyon and New Braunfels Future Fanners of America Booster Clubs. A haircut will cost S5. Appointments will be taken for Quick-Glitzes to be done at a later date. Step aerobic class New Braunfels Independent School District is offering a Step aerobic classes at the Academy Street Gym. Mondays through Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. It costs $8 per month or $1.50 per class. The class includes toning with light hand weights and floor work. Please furnish your own weights. For more information, call 620-6200. 1993-94 Debutantes Nominations are now being icceptedby the New Braunfels Guild Chapter for the Mid-Texas Symphony’s 1993-94 Debutante >rogram. Girls now in their junior re ar at New Braunfels, Canyon or Smithson Valley High Schools are iligible. Information about equipments and nomination forms an be obtained at First Choice in .antimark Square or by canting 620-•528. Completed forms must be durned by Jan. 31 to Paula Spitzer, Ll. 8 Box 64-C, New Braunfels, TX 8132. bounty Youth Fair AU persons interested in working villi the Comal County Youth iomemaking and Art Fair to be held flarch 19 in conjunction with the fontal County Junior Livestock Ihow are invited to mend a meeting reb. 3 ai 7 p.m. in the Texas agricultural Extension Service fleeting Room. Contact President .inda Hildebrand at 625-3046 or 25-2078 for more information. Shill supper The Fischer Store School ommunity Center at the northeast Dimer of intersection of Hwy. 32 nd Hwy. 484 is having a chili ipper Jan. 16 from 5 • 7 p.m. The tenu includes chili, beans, tamales, assert and beverage for a cost of $5 >r adults and $2.50 for children Ider 12-years-old. For more formation, call 935*2176. outh wildlife program The City of New Braunfels Parks id Recreation Department’s Nature’s Way:    WHd About ildlife” will be held Jai. 15 from 4 6 p.m. Youth, ages eight to 14 ars. will see and meet some of the ildlife in Landa Park. They will vestigate and collect facts about Idlifc as they practice stalking and aking techniques. The fee is $3 r person. Pre-registration is mired and can be taken at the rks office, I IO Golf Course Road. J! 629-PARK. IPS meets on Thursday POPS, Taka Off Pounds Sensibly, ll now meet every Thursday at 15 pjn. at the Garza St. Classroom rosa from McKenna Memorial Hospital. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call 625-8860 or 438-2657 in Bulverde. Free adult education classes Initial registration for all adult education classes is Jan. 6, 11, or 13 for Monday and Wednesday classes and Jan. 5, 7, 12 or 14 for Tuesday and Thursday classes at the designated site of the class. All classes are sponsored by the local school districts, Texas Education Agency and the Literacy Council. These classes are continuous, and students may register at any class meeting. Lone Star Elementary, 144 Hidalgo: GED - Monday and Wednesday from 7 - 9 p.m. ESL • This class is for adults who wish to learn to read, write and speak English as well as participants who are seeking permanent-resident status through the amnesty program. Certificates of Satisfactory Pursuit are given after 40 hours of instruction, Monday and Wednesday from 7 - 9 p.m. New Branfels High School, Room C: GED - Tuesday & Thursday from 7 - 9 p.m. Community Service Center, 202 South Street: GED - Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. ESL - Monday and Wednesday from 7 - 9 p.m. Bulverde: For more information concerning GED/ESL/Amnesty classes call Nancy Poe at 980-7854. Mountain Valley:    For    more information    concerning GED/ESL/Amnesty classes, call Ann Toussaint at 833-5336 or 885-7674. Free tutors are available to any adult 17 years or older who needs to learn to read. Please call 629-2731 or 620-6200 Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. or 658-1050 Monday and Wednesday from 6 to 9 p.m. For more information about any of these programs, call 629-2731, 620-6200 or 658-5936. Defensive Driving pass Comal Independent School District Community Education’s Defensive Driving Clast, that is taught by Charlie Rose, is Jan. 12 and 14 from 6 -IO p.m. in room #5 at Canyon High School. Call 625-8576 or 625-8081 to enroll. Blood drive First Protestant Church is sponsoring a Blood Drive by the South Texas Regional Blood Bank Sunday, Jan. IO, from 8:30 ain. to 12:30 p.m. at the Seele Parish House, located on Coll St. Appointments may be scheduled by calling the church office at 625-6951. Blood drive First Baptist Church of Canyon Lake Blood Drive will be Saturady, Jan. *16, from IO a.m. to 2 p.m. on the church parking lot. Donors must be between 17 and 72-years-old, weigh at least I IO pounds and be in good general health. All participants will receive a free cholesterol test and mini-physical. For more information, contact Fran Vaughn at 935-2516 or the South Texas Regional Blood Bank at (800) 292-5534, ext. 217. CONGRATULATES THE FOLLOWING COUPLES LISTED IN ITB HONEYMOON REGISTRY Jason Montague (finger Swinger Jan. 16 Clint abir 'Donna Seibold 'Feb. 13 Lift your komymoon With tut niBHM AND FAULT axe urvrntD to add to TIX TRAVEL ACCOUNT CONTACT AMOT TRAVEL NEW BRAUNFELS 133 LANDA STREET 629-2215 San Marco* 353-3636 Wimberley *47-9609 Guess who's REALLY over the hill? Happy Dad Love, Ida, Kandy, Randy, David, Amy, and Chelsea Our new location - 111 South Union Street    s    s.    9:45 (at comer of Union A Common)    629-0405    Wonhip    UKK) Sunday, January 10,1993Brotze reaches for the skies in Naval jet training Happy 70th Birthday Aleen Tonne Dedeke We love you, Harvey, Harland, Melvin, Evelyn, Roger, Audrey, Brenda, and Mark "ANNOUNCEMENT RICHARD A. JASINSKI HAS RESUMED AND IS ENGAGED IN THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW AT HIS OFFICE AT 203 S. SEGUIN IN NEW BRAUNFELS, TEXAS Phone (210) 625-6936." I—What Do Those People Have In Common? Paul Brotze Clarification In last Wednesday’s and Thursday’s Herald-Zeitung cutlines under pictures of the Veterans’ Memorial erected in Prince Solms Park said the monument was designed by Al Gray. While Gray did all the final work on the monument, it was New Braunfels’ Fred Lingncr who came up with original design. The Herald-Zeitung regrets the error. Alice Tops CHOPPING es DINING CHRIST PBEADYTEQIAN CHUQCH Dick Jones, Pastor By DOUGLAS PILS Interim Managing Editor Paul Brotze, a 1987 graduate of New Braunfels High School, recently completed primary flight training at the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi No. I in his class and is the only one from that class to move on to jet training. Brotze, who started jet training in Kingsville last Tuesday, almost couldn't qualify to get into the Navy’s flight program — he was too big. Too big, because he was playing noseguard for the Rice Owls. After playing for the Unicorns’ state semifinalists teams in 1985 and *86, Brotze went to Rice, where he graduated in May of 1992 with a degree in economics. However, playing at 250 pounds Brotze was too heavy to qualify the first time he tried to sign up for flight training. When he started trying to lose some of the weight he needed to qualify. Owls head coach Fred Goldsmith didn’t like seeing a 250-pound defensive lineman losing pounds. “I remember Coach Goldsmith came to me at one point and got on to me a little bit for losing the weight,” Brotze said. “He said ‘until you get to the Navy you’re still working for me.' So I got in a little bit of trouble for trying to shed the pounds.” Brotze started 13 games for Rice in three years, his first coming against Notre Dame in 1988 as a redshift freshman. Because of his redshirt year, Brotze could have been a part of the Owls* first winning season in 29 years tnis season, but he decided to forgo his final year of eligibility to head straight into the Navy. One reason for his decision was an ailing knee he was afraid of injuring too bad for the Navy to accept. Brotze went straight to Pensacola, Fla., for Aviation Officers Candidacy School. Brotze called AOCS the most difficult thing he has ever endured. “That’s something I don’t ever want to have to go through again,” he said. “That was not a good time at all. It was 18 weeks of living in fear and constant stress. The drill instructors were responsible for instilling discipline and transforming civilians into military officers. “We started off with 35-ii^ouf class and graduated IO to give you some ideas of the attrition rate.” Brotze said he fully believes that his experiences in athletics allowed him to do well at AOCS. “I’m convinced that athletics had a lot to do with me making it through as far as my playing here and at Rice,” he said. “A lot of it was physical and a lot of it was mental as well as getting through all the hazing, although the Navy wouldn’t see it as that. It’s seen more as transformation process.” Brotze, who graduated at the top of his AOCS class, first became interested in flying when he was 16 flying with his father. He obtained his pilot’s license when he was 18. Brotze is the son of Dr. Gary Brotze, a veterinarian, and Mary Hitch. His stepfather, Bill Hitch is a retired Navy man. The New Braunfels Downtown Association voted in its new officers at a Tuesday morning breakfast meeting. The new officers are: (from l-r) Connie Worley, secretary and treasurer, Fredee Carr, vice president, and Clyde Blackman, president. Past President Rosemary Allen, who passed the gavel overt to Blackman at the meeting, is not pictured. 5 Homeowners in this general aret win be given the opportunity of having a new amazing material, that will end costly painting forever, applied to their hornet with optional decorative work at a very low cost This amazing New SoMd Vinyl siding has captured toe interest of homeowners throughout tot United Stales who are fad up with constant painting and other maintenance costs. It wM beautify your horns and save energy Our new product comet in choice of colors and ie now going to be introduced to the local market. Your home can be a show place in your vicinity and we wW make it worth your while if we can use your boma. For information call COLLECT 210-231-2521 SUNDAY BRUNCH $7.95 I lam - 3pm 444 E. San Antonio St . Down town,New Braunfels (BIO) 606-9740 DOWNTOWN ASSOCIATION ‘ r W BRAUNFELS . TEXAi ARTtCl* 2 P* *C'vv;f PURPOSE Cf TMIS ORGANIZATION IS Tv Si AI I* PA w ?EAUTY AND TO PROMOTE JkOPMENT Of THE DOWNTOWN AREA^ ■ AJrE TEXAS TNE ORGANIZATION A\ INVITING atmosphere rn 4 A    TO I NSU CS ADEQUATE I " q$ POO - ,’TUCE GCOWTM ANI SS AND sct\ owners ;

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