New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 4, 1993, Page 2

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 04, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 4, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 2 HERALD-ZEITUNG THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1993Election _ Continued from 1 * “I don’t know what Tm going to do," Minikin said. “We'll see in 30 days." The council also set Feb. 18 as the date it will meet in a budget work session to balance the city’s budget Among items set to be discussed are the city’s ordinance that designates an official city depository bank which has expired, the maintenance of sufficient security funds and the format used for maintaining the city’s books. Minikin also told the meeting that the city’s recycling program had saved 34 tons of recyclable items from going into the landfills in the city’s drop-off program.    I Minikin said the vans that come and pick up the materials are not IOO percent reliable because the economic benefits of recycling are not favorable. “There just isn’t a whole lot of money to be made in recycling these days," Mil-likin said.' Citizens voiced their interest in a curbside recycling program and Minikin told them that a program such as that could be possible, but that the low marketability of recyclables coupled with a small fee that would need to be tacked on to residents’ garbage collection bills may stall future implementation. In other business: • Council appointed Jeffrey N. Beatty as the new City Maintenance Supervisor • Council appointed Darrell S. Dulling as City Prosecutor • Council terminated probationary employment status of Kimberly L. Web ster and granted her a pay increase • Council approved appointment of Steven Bremer as a reserve police officer * Council tabled items that would extend a one year variance to Ordinance numbers 13 and 55 for allowing a resident to set up a Realtor sales office and a sign.Stammtisch League of Women Voters I All citizens, 18 years of age or bider, are invited to attend the brganizational meeting of the league of Women Voters for the Comal County area Thursday, ^eb. 25, at 7 p.m. at Victoria Bank and Trust, 1000 N. Walnut The league is a non-partisan political Organization which encourages jthe informed and active participation of citizens in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy. Evelyn Bonavite, president of the |Texas League of Women Voters, Will offer help in organization and [direction. For more information ’call Darlene Hicks at 629-5167. I ‘“Wurst Dinner” ! Cross Lutheran Church, 169 S. * Hickory, invite Winter Texans to “Wurst Dinner" during its 65th Anniversary Sunday, Feb. 7, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. There will be great food, entertainment provides by Barron Schlamus and his accordion and fellowship. By-law changes The New Braunfels Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary 2999 will have the second reading of the new by-laws changes on Feb. 16. Some of the by-laws changes effect the dues, secretary office, ritual team and delegate expenses. Members’ input into these changes is needed. They effect all members. Christian Women’s Club The New Braunfels Christian Women’s Club invites a^l area women to a special Valentine’s Day Coffee Tuesday, Feb. 9, from 9:30 -11:30 a.m. at Forke’s Store in Conservation Plaza on Church Hill Dr. Music will be provided by the speaker, Charlotte Wilson, a professional singer from Austin. There will be no charge, but donations to defray costs will be accepted, and reservations are necessary. Call 620-5205 or 629-3688. A free nursery is available by calling 620-5929. Tea honors students Captain James Jack Chapter of the Daughters of the America^ Revolution have a tea Wednesday, Feb. IO, at 3:30 p.m. at the Education Center, 430 W. Mill St, honoring local students who won the American History Essay contest and those selected school officials to receive the DAR Good Citizenship Medal.. DAR members and guests are urged to attend. Dlttllnger Memorial Library The Dittlinger Memorial Library will be closed Feb. 15 -20 for “Project Barcode." Staff members and volunteers will be barcoding 50,000 books plus cassettes, records and videos. The bookdrop will be available for use during this time. Sweetheart Ball Monday, Feb. 8, is the last day to buy tickets to the New Braunfels Newcomers Club’s Sweetheart Ball at the Senior Citizen Center Thursday, Feb. ll. Included will be a dinner at 6 p.m. and dancing from 7 to IO p.m. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased at the center or China N Things. This is a fund raiser for the Newcomers Club. Mid-Texas Symphony Ball The New Braunfels Guild of the Mid-Texas Symphony will sponsor the 1993 Mid-Texas Symphony Ball and Debutante Presentation from 7 p.m. to midnight Saturday, Feb. 13, at the New Braunfels Civic Center. The Debutante Presentation begins at 8 p.m. Tickets are $30 per person and are available from Comal Flower Shop, First Choice, The Retreat Salon, Rhoads Interiors and HEB. Annual pancake supper All you can eat pancakes and sausage will be served on Monday, Feb. 8, from 5 - 7 p.m. in Wesley Hall, First United Methodist Church, 572 W. San Antonio St. Adult dinners are $3.50, and children 12 and under eat for $1.50. The community and winter visitors are warmly welcomed to this annual fund raiser, which is sponsored by the Social Concerns Commission. A partial listing of local groups that have received funds in previous years include Teen Connection, Hospice, Project Graduation, Homespun, Literacy Council, Comma County Emergency Children’s Center, Women’s Center and the Community Service Center. Free parenting classes In conjunction with the Comal County Emergency Children’s Shelter, Family Outreach will be offering free parenting classes for parents of young children and teenagers. Early childhood classes will be held on Saturday mornings beginning Feb. 27, and teenage classes will begin on Tuesday evenings beginning Feb. 23. For more information, call 620-1299 or 629-0659. Nurse Assistant Training Registration is now being held for a Red Cross’ Nurse Assistant Training Program three-week class which will be held daily from 8 a.m. • 3:30 p.m beginning Feb. 15 at the San Antonio Area Red Yellow Rock Saloon 3413 Hunter Road 396-7188 San Marcos Thursday 2/4 - Midnight Flyer Friday 2/5 - The Edge Saturday 2/6 - The Southemaires ‘/yes til it flint NOW OPENI Winter Hours: 11 ajn.-10 p.m. Wed.,-Mon. (Closed Tuesday) February — March Specializing In: Seafood • Steaks e Ribs • Catfish e Hamburgers Lake NkQuMMy 557*9964 Cross, 3642 E. Houston. The class teaches basic care-giving skills and is designed to help prepare students for the State Certification Examination. It is also appropriate for those individuals who take care of elderly family members in the home. Pre-registration is required; scholarships are available. Call (210) 224-5151. Nature’s Way “Nature’s Way: Wildlife in Your Neighborhood" sponsored by the City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will be held Tuesday, Feb. 16, from 4 - 5 p.m. Youth ages 6 -12 years will learn to identify some of the urban wildlife found in their own backyard. The fee is $3 per person. Pre-registration is required and can be taken at the parks office. Call 629-PARK. Talent Show Canyon High School will have a Talent Show at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4. Admission is $2 per person. Essay Contest Just in time for Black History month, AT&T and “Our Texas" magazine have announced a scholarship essay contest which will help three Texas high school seniors attend the Lone Star college or university of their choice. Essays must be no longer than 500 words and must pertain to the African American heritage of Texas. Submission deadline is March I, and the contest is open to any Texas high school senior. For more information call (800) 766-7710 or (800) 845-7615. Parenting classes All interest parents are invited to Parent to Parent, a dynamic, video based workshop to help young people avoid drug problems by training their parents. The program will be presented in four sessions on Wednesday nights from 7 - 9 p.m. beginning Feb. 17 in the Extension meeting room. For more information call 625-9178. Vocational food services The students of New Braunfels High School vocational food services classes operate a restaurant (.ll I IU (OKS AV. All Mil I WAI.NUT 6 629-6400 III 35 and Walnut Ave. ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6:00 PM 13.00 Times good 1/29 thru 2/4 mrVJHLS SAT SUN :1SS:1SS:1S ^ __ 7:108:00 P? O WEEKDAYS 5:15 7:10 9:00. SAT-SUN EW MEN WEEKDAYS 4:15 7:009.45 Forever Young PG SAT-SUN 1:10 3:155:20 7:25 9:30 WEEKDAYS 5:20 7:25 9:30. SNIPER TOM BERENGER AAT&Un 1:00 3:00 5:00 7:109:10 WEEKDAYS 5.00 7:05 9 35. .    '    SAT-Sub A (EE) 2004:30 RIVER runs JgiML THROUGH IT 4:30 7059:35 NOWHERE TO RUN R VAN DAMME SAT-SUN 10O 3:25 5:25 7:15 9:06 WEEKDAYS 5:25 7:159:05. BRAUNTEX 625-441 I 290 W Sdn Antonio SI OO ALL SHOWS $1 OO in the VEH classroom of the Education Center at 430 W. Mill Street on Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays from ll am. - I p.m. Sandwiches, luncheon plates, baked potatoes, salads and desserts are available at reasonable prices. Call 620-6200 for “to go" orders. Student news show Denise Schmidt and Jennifer Guerrero anchor the student produced news show about happenings at New Braunfels High School on UNIC news Wednesday night at 6 p.m. on cable channel 37. Free adult classes Initial registration for all Monday and Wednesday classes will be Feb. 8, and IO, and Tuesday and Thursday classes Feb. 4, 9 and ll for GED, English as a Second Language and Basic English for Amnesty participants classes at Lone Star Elementary, New Braunfels High School, Community Service Center, Bulverde, Mountain Valley. For more specific information, call 625-3439, 620-6200 of 658-5936. Parent support groups Carl Schurz school is offering PRIDE training . The topic for this session is “Remember the Difference," a video and small group session of the differences between children and adults. Babysitting will be available. Other PRIDE classes meetings v Steak & Shrimp 5.95 1/2 Lb. Bolled Shrimp Fri.-Set.-Sun. 2pm - 7pm $5.95 16 oz T-Bone Dinner Mon After 5pm S6 95 Kids 5 & under eel free from child menu Frozen RRM *2" till 7 p.m. Friday, Feb. 6; 9-1 ‘Texas Music Company Saturday, Feb. 7; 9 p.m.-2 am Texas Music Company include Sts. Peter and Paul Church, Feb. 7, from 10:20 • 11:05 am; County Courthouse Annex, Feb. 9, noon • I p.m. or 4:30 -5:30 pm; The Education Center Boardroom, Feb. 9,7 - 9 p.m.; and Carl Schurz Elementary, Feb. 9, at 7: pm Watson Lane closing Comal County Road Department will be reconstructing two drainage structures along Watson Lane East. This project is scheduled to begin Feb. 8 and be completed in approximately four weeks. During the construction of these drainage structures Watson Lane will be intermittently closed. Traffic will be detoured to Edenburg Lane and Yolk Creek Road. For more information call 625-5719. Defensive Driving classes The New Braunfels Independent School District will have a Defensive Driving class taught by Billy E. Hightower Saturday, Feb. 6, from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the NBISD Community Education Center, 430 W. Mill. Call 625-8110. Under New Ownership ’Now open for breakfMt' Daily Lunch Specials Mon.-Fri. 11:00-2:00 Robar's 598 Lands 625-0122 Open 6 days 7:00am • 8:00pm Veterinary Program The Texas Veterinary Medical Center at Texas A&M University will have a Veterinary Enrichment Program this summer for upper-level high school students who have an interest in science, mathematics and veterinary medicine. The three-day program will give participants the opportunity to explore the possibilities of veterinary medicine as a career. Three identical programs will be held June 1-4, June 15 -18 and June 20-23. The cost of the program is $175, but scholarships are available. For more information contact Lyndon Kurtz, College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843-4465 or (800) 874-9591. Happy Birthday Sad Man Love, Mom & Dad American Heart Association Ruby, you're still a gem even at ”50” Love, the Comaltex gang See The Latest At The Home & Garden Showcase Sponsored by New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Sat. - Fab. 6th 10am-6pm Sun. - Fab. 7th 12 noon-6pm at th# Civic Cantar Tickets available at the Chamber Office (625-2385) f . clearer than a bell! CEUJUIAROM Aethmmi Heeler 679 Seguin (across from the Post Office) 8:30-5:30 M-F 629-7466 1-800-924*7^ New... OFF-Peak advantage $39.95 per month includes free 240 min. off peak free 15 min. peak Programing 381-C E. College in Seguin 9-5 M-F 372-0202>•/ ;

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