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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 2, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 8A HERALDZEITUNG MAY 1903 r Partnership Exchange Program participants and Wurstfest officials gathered in the Opa Room include WursHest PresidentElect Joe Jason Gale Partnership Exchange Committee Chairman Fritz Amy McRinnon and Cassie Students prepare for summer exchange Four students have been selected to take part in the annual Wurstfest Association Partnership Student Exchange Program with Ger many this They are Gale Baese and Cassie Behrendt from the Comal Independent School Dis trict and Jason Owens and Amy McRinnon from the New Braunfels Independent School This exchange first began in 1977 and has sent four students to Germany each of the past sixteen According to Fritz chairman of the Partnership the four students were selected following per sonal interviews with the stu their parents and Com mittee members on April A total of ten applica tions were Participants and their par ents attended a briefing on o receive instructions regarding their visit with students and parents who took part in the exchange program last The students will leave from San Antonio on July 8 and return from Germany with their counterparts on The German students will remain in New Braunfels until Funding for the program is provided exclusively by the Wurstfest Association of New a nonprofit corpo ration designed to promote local especially through tourism and dedicat ed to the promotion and preser vation of our German ONE SURE SIGN OF A TROE POOL PRO Ueing authorized to carry chlorinefret UAQUACIL0 Kays a lot about how profes sional we Hut more il says we know how nAQUACIL ran turn your pool ctre into less work uul more And thats Ihe Inie of a SALES SERVICE t CHEMCAIS Sand Dollar Pools 5200 Crestway San Texas 78239 656O433 Where IH 35 410 meet FAMILY EYE CENTER OPENS znng ii tzAfsur Optometiia Family Vision Care Contact Lenses Diagnosis Treatment of Eye Disease Infections Evaluation CoManagement Of Cataracts Glaucoma in Therapeutics 1099 North Suite D New Braunfels Medicare Champus Assignments Accepted Associated with Robert and Edward 1 Now Accepting New Patients 1 i i 1991 Dodge Ton 6 Cummins 5 Speed LE Sliding Rear Window A Real Work Horse I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I FEATURED THIS WEEK 1991 Ton Cab LWB Tutone Blue Silverado Matching CamperOne Owner Good Buy 1989 Dodge Ramcharger 2WD Brown Running Board Great Utility Vehicle 1986 Chev Nova Blue 4 5 Storoo Transportation Special 1992 voyager SE 7 Cherry Sunecroon GlasslOW MII03 Priced TO Sell 1992 Acclaim 4Dr 4 Program Unit Warranty Available 1989 Honda Civic LX 4Dr Maroon 4 Clean Plus Economy 1993 Plymouth Colt 4Dr Red 4 Low Miles Program Unit Extended Warranty Available 1991 Geo Prism 4Dr Silver 4 Stereo One Owner Great Family Car 1985 Dodge Ton White Low Miles Great For Those Odd Jobs 1990 Dodge Spirit 4Dr Blue 4 Stereo One Owner Super Family Car 1992 Ford Ranger Super Cab Maroon 4 5 XLT Miles Dont Miss This One 1993 Dodge Caravan 7 Teal 4 Sunscreen Miles Like Priced To Sell The Deals are Better Becker Top Quality Top Quality USED CARS Becker Motor Company 547 Seguln New Tx 6253463 New Braunfels 18008792621 LOOK WHO GOT CAUGHT All over New Braunfcls people like you are getting their HeraldZeitung at news dealers and newsstands and getting caught in the act If youre seen reading or purchasing a HeraldZeltung by our Mystery News Hound you WEST our cuddly Spot the News Hound plush toy like these lucky folks of San received a Spot in a drawing during Springiest held last Spot the News Hound was seen hawking a special edition of SpW News around the Plaza during the Karl and Amanda Smith were Spotted reading a Herald Zeitung outside the Circle K in While in Canyon Spot became hungry and stopped in Startz Cafe where Betty Adell was spotted reading a Thursday Herald Zeitung seated at a round table with Spots faithful Circulation Director Carol Ann Avery had difficulty Spot to leave Startz Cafe after spotting the Avery was heard grumbling about sending Spot to obedience school and wondering If that might improve the WARNING The Mystery News Hound is still out there watching for Youll never know where or when you may get Let us catch you pickingup or reading a copy soonl
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