New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 30, 1993, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 30, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 30, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 6 A ■Herald-Zeltung ■ SUNDAY, MAY 30,1993    , EFFICIENCY REBATE PROGRAM Sponsored In your local utility and I he Lower Colorado River Authority. CALL : 629-5053 W® tow® «CER©vw©ir© s® p>w pSon and) tooKDs [email protected] June Week One Mission Valley Homemakers Club The Mission Valley Homemakers Club will meet Tuesday, June I at 1:30 p.m. Martha Ellis is scheduled to present a program on “From Fiber to Fabric." For more information call Gloria Dietz at 625-8492. Old Timers Rodeo The Comal County Sheriffs Posse is hosting the Old Timers Rodeo at the Sheriff s arena located at IH 35 South at the Solms Road exit Members of the Sheriffs Posse Drill Team will perform on Friday and Saturday nights, June 4th and 5th, with a Salute To Texas. Adult admission is $3, child admission is $1. Summer fun for Kids Summer fun for kids arts and crafts class gets started soon. For more information call Jackie or Debbie at 629-2926. Hermann Sons Hermann Sons Albert Kypfer Lodge No. 106 will meet Friday, June 4 at 7 p.m. Members are asked to bring cold cuts or sandwiches, and the men will b e serving the women. A picnic has been scheduled for June 13 at noon, and is a covered dish affair. For information call 658-3994. Train Show San Antonio Summer Train show is scheduled for 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, June 5, at the Live Oak Civic Center located at 8101 Pat Booker Road. More than IOO vendors will be present selling various model and full-sized railroad antiques. For more information call (210)490-3501. Fritz Meyer Reunion Hie 36th annual Fritz Meyer Reunion is scheduled for Sunday, June 6, at Landa Park area No. 9. Registration is at IO a m. with a pot luck meal at 12:30. The reunion goers are asked to bring a covered dish. For further infor-matiop call (512)899-2252. Wasserfest It’s not too late to reserve a booth in the arts and crafts show set for Saturday, June 5. Participants will display crafts all day Saturday during Wasserfest, and admission into the crafts show is free. For more information regarding booth space call 625-9167, or 1-800-221-4369. June Week TWO Red Cross Orientation Red Cross volunteer orientation will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday June 12 at McKenna Memorial Hospital in the second floor conference room. Contact Lola Behrens at 625-9764 for more information. Canyon Lake Republican Women What could be better on a hot June day than ice cream? An old fashioned ice cream social with entertainment. The Canyon Lake Republican Women’s Club presents ‘The Olden Girls”, a delightful comedy to be enjoyed with homemade cake and ice cream, at 8 p.m., June 9, at the Canyon Lake Action Center. Admission is $4 per person. CISD Defensive Driving Comal ISD Community Education’s defensive driving class, taught by Charlie Rose, is scheduled for 6 p.m. to IO p.m. on June 8 and June IO in the board room of the CISD Administration Building. Call 625-8576 or 625-8081 to enroll. Spring Garden Show The second annual Spring Garden Show is scheduled for Saturday, June 12, at the Comal County Extension Office beginning at IO a.m.. Entries in the show will be accepted from IO a.m. until noon. Entries will be judged in four classes by Dr. Parsons. For more information call 625-9178. Free Lecture Southwest Texas State University is sponsoring a free lecture on the “Improvement of Human Performance” in conjunction with its master of science in interdisciplinary studies program on June 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the Roadrunner Service Club at Fort Sam Houston. For More information call 226-8653 or 659-0954. GFF FRB ATTIC MSUUHON R-30 PROGRAM STANDARD Replace your old central heating and cooling system with a high efficiency (12 S.h.L.R. minimum) heat pump and you may receive free attic insulation ($500 estimated value). V bu ll also get cash back on a heat pump. ('all your local air conditioning contractor for eligible equipment details. Stammtisch Coyote Flats Coyote Flats in Sattler is having try-outs for its summer swim team . Swimmers can be from age 6 to the masters level and can reside anywhere in the New Braunfels, Canyon Lake, Sattler area. Practices will be Monday through Friday from I p.m. to 2 p.m. at Coyote Flats. For more information call 964-3472. Jews for Jesus This traveling evangelistic team will be presenting Jewish Gospel music at the Tree of Life Fellowship in New Braunfels at 7 p.m., Wednesday, June 2. * tov® ... A Father's Love Make It A Picture Perfect Father's Day! We need your photos of "A Father's Love" for our "A Picture of Love" photo contest. • Send us your photos demonstrating the true meaning of "A Father's Love". • Selected photos will be published in "A Father's Love" promotion in the Sunday, June 13th and Wednesday, June 16th editions of the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung. • A "FATHER OF THE YEAR" will be selected from the photo entries and announced on Father's Day, June 20th, in the Herald-Zeitung. To enter your special photo, mail or drop it by The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung office at 707 Landa, 78130. (attention: Dee Dee). Entry deadline is Tuesday, June 8th at 5 pm. Promotion and contest sponsored by: New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung 707 Lands St.    625-9144 Because you haven t got time for the Pain I    -mj* WB**-—To ihtsctou®* '♦Arthritis^ ♦ Headaches ♦ Over Stressed ♦ Allergies ♦ Chronic Fatigue ♦ Digestive Problems ♦ High Blood Pressure ♦ Back Pain ♦ Sports Injuries ♦ Muscle Spasms ♦ Strains & Sprains ♦ AUTO INJURIES ♦ WORK INJURIES June Week Three Super Rummage Sale Our Lady of Perpetual Help Youth Group will its Super Rummage Sale on Saturday, June 19, 1993 in the parish hall from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Spaces are available for rent at $12 each. For information, call 625-3434 — evenings 629-3379. Hill Country Line Dancere Love to dance but don’t get the chance? Become a charter member of the Hill Country Line Dancers . Meetings are Fridays at 9:30 a.m. at the Senior Citizens’ Center. Classes are instructed by Miriam Weiss. No previous instruction is necessary. Cool casual dress. No partner required. Come boogie to “Elvira”, “Achey, Breaky Heart,” “Boot Scootin’ Boogie,” and other country classics. For more information, call 625-6618 or 629-2971. Fountain donation Herald-Zeitung photo by KARLA WENZEL Ray Parker, General Manager for H.E.B. presents Main Street Director Penelope Church with a check for $10,000 to go toward the Plaza Fountain restoration project. In the May 25, edition of tho Herald-Zeitung, it was Incorrectly reported that H.E.B. donated only $1,000. The Herald-Zeltung regrets this mistake. value ac your Einaerciasg AAC Motorola MC7SO Cellular Phone (pictured) ‘Must be activated on Cellular One with an annual contract. AE OFF-PEAK ADVANTAGE Includes: ■ 15 minutes peak talk time (monthly servlet plan) ■ 240 minutes Oft-Peak talk time Kftall MotilM iHCellular One* Authorized Agent 629-7466    679    s• Se8uin St- * iwV    (across    from    the    Post    Office) Chiropractic Care.. When you're in pain you want answer* FAST! .. may be your answer. Here s why. If you had an accident that bent the frame of your car, you would need to go to a body shop to get the frame and body realigned. Why? A bent frame can cause many of the car • system* to function improperly and be unsafe. The human body acts the same way. Increased age, bad posture, lack of exercise or an injury can throw a spine, joints and the surrounding nervous system into misalignment. This can cause great pain, discomfort, weakness, and even more serious, cut off critical controlling nerve impulses to vital organs, making them function improperly, resulting in ill health! We restore alignment of the spine, joint*, nerves, and muscle*, bringing the body back to full function, strength and vitality! Chiropractic Treatments.... are pleasant and relaxing adjustment* to the area of misalignment requiring no drugs or surgery. Most patients begin to experience relief from cain even on the first visit! Highly Successful Results Studies have shown that 90% of all chiropractic patients get the relief and improved health they were seeking! Dr. Michael E. Qudiaodtr, DL Chiropractic Physician Board Certified Personally irs* ted over 15 0p0 patient visits f Hours \ Monday thru friday 9am to 6pm 120IH-35 West, N.B. 1 blk _S of Seguin Ave. y on ton Atty HOU" J Chiropractic Associates ' The Leader in New Braunfels for Health Care * If YOU have a question regarding anything about health in general, a specific chronic problem, or pain.... /A. bn QuadlamdeA fLnmt tnafaAAlmmal ammi mm if* U-d rn dam rn is falamdJp affULamt aimff tam* cm af af linmet papamamn* Amania*. Ila AMfAMt tnmatammt mat amJLf nnlUumd mf adipoma* palm dam. ta am anim-mtdUa accUmmt... aba tim. aa*a*ULtmtlam amUnmad af ame* mad tam* atmayt* UfA+ytkUf amarna rn ammi af min l" - Allele Martinas - ;

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