New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 22, 1993, Page 5

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 22, 1993

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 22, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, Sept. 22,1993 ■ Herald-Zeitung M 5 Do yon (/inili/y for any of the jillion iii" slm/ics' the health hazards of picking up after the thoughtless "trashing" by tourists and locals. It is particularly unfit for young people — Boy or Girl Scouts or any youth groups, who I’m sure have been volunteered by their leaders to teach them to be concerned adults. Better to teach them why not to litter than how to clean up afterward. It's bad enough to pay the extra cost of living in a tourist town without expecting us to clean up the river for the privilege. NLS. Porter New Braunfels Reader applauds efforts of Lara Dear Editor: Those of us who are regular customers of the local restaurants applaud the efforts of City Sanitarian Joe Lara. With a little encouragement and cooperation, we may soon have the cleanest and most sanitary restaurants in the whole state. The restaurant owners can then start advertising that New Braunfels is the place to eat and if they do a good job of it, we will see more cars and trucks pulling off of IH-35 to eat in these clean restaurants they have heard about. The word gets around Ewing Moore New Braunfels Senior play gets round of applause Dear Editor: A big thanks and a round of applause to the Senior Citizens for the recent Dinner-Playhouse presentation that played to sold-out audiences both dates, Sept. 18 and 19. The play was a Melodramatic Fantasy "Western Style," that was hilarious and entertaining. The audience participation made it a-fun-for-all event. The play was the combined effort of cast, and all of 91 people from the Senior Citizens Center, who worked many hours to make a huge success of both presentations. While it is not possible to mention all by name, for special recognition, we would like to make note of Mr. Dave Hochanadel, producer, and Jean Heck, director, for their fine work. The cast was full of outstanding performers and here again they are too numerous to mention all by name. However we would be remiss if we did not give special Kudos to Badpenny, played by Harry Meyers, Granny Conjure, played by Louise Stott, Lade Bluebonnet, played by Anne Monday, and Doc Sawyer played by the inimitable Ted Pilcher. Again thanks to all for an excellent dinner and fun performance. Let us hope the seniors will be able to follow this production with many more. George Stevenson New Braunfels /I Landa Coiffures welcomes Vickie Rivera formerly of The Hair Station HAIRCUTS $8.00 COLOR $25.00 & up PERMS $38.00 & up Specializing in all areas of the beauty culture: perms, color, highlights, nails, color graphics & sunglitzing. Monday - Open Late by appt. 1410 Hwy. 81 W. Tues.-Sat. 9-5    625-6311 Complete FRATERNAL LIFE INSURANCE for the Entire Family Omni-Plus Universal Life and Annuities and IRA's —Highly Competitive Interest Rates— For more Information, phone or willc to our local representative THOMAS (I. SCHAFFER District Deputy Ut. 4 Box 374 U Canyon Lake, TX 78133 Phone: (512)899-2731 ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA 230-16th St., Hock Island, IIIImoIh 61201 8645 STRAIGHTS & BLENDS 1.7511 WL Weller 90°..................20.99 1.751t Windsor Canadian 80°......13.49 1.7511 Kentucky Tavern...............12.99 1.7511 JTS Brown 80°..................12.99 1.751t Old Crow 80°....................12.99 1.7511 Black Velvet 80°...............14.49 1.7511 Walker Deluxe 86°............13.99 1.75U Northern Light Can 80° ....11.99 1.75U Canadian Club...................18.99 1.751t Early Times 80°................13.99 1.751t Canadian Mist...................13.99 SCOTCH & RUM R & H Stores 330 Landa 625-8041 SHOP OUR IN STORE SPECIALS In case of print error, Store prices prevail Specials 9/22/93 through 9/28/93 Locally Owned & Operated Since 1946 750ml Chiv as Regal 80° . ............22.99 1.7511 JAB 80°................ ............28.49 1.75U JW Red 80° ............29.49 1.7511 Ushers 80°............ ............18.29 1.75U Highland Mist 80° ............16.29 1.751t Grants 86°............ ............22.99 1.75H Crawford’s 80°..... ............16.49 750ml Captain Morgan Light 70° .9.99 1.7511 Bacardi Light 80°. .............18.69 1.7511 Ron Rio 80° 10.99 rn 750ml CJ Wray 80° ...... .....13.99 iii 1.75U Cruzan 80°............ 1209 fly sa® a Salvad ors 750ml Sheridan’s Bl/Wh.............21.99 Gal. Fabuloso Marg. Bucket.........6.99 1.75U Salvador’s Marg. 30°...........9.99 1.75U Pepe Lopez Marg. 25°........8.99 1.751tTorada Margarita 25°..........8.99 VODKA, GIN & TEQUILA 1.75U Stolichnaya 80°.................25.99 1.7511 Smirnoff 80°.....................15.99 1.7511 Skol Vodka 80°...................9.49 1.7511 McCormick Vodka 80°.......8.99 1.75U Gordon Cm 80°.................13.49 1.75U Bombay Gin 86°...............27.49 1.75U Beefeater 94°.....................26.29 1.7511 Miles Gin 80°......................9.99 1.7511 Gomez Silver 80°..............11.19 1.7511 Sauza Gold 80°.................25.29 375ml Cuervo 1800.....................10.99 330 Landa 625-8041 Our friendly smiles and service are also available at our new store - Liquor on the Loop 1662 Loop 337 @ River Rd. 629-7450 Special LAS VEGAS Packages t^FREE PRIZES egister For Free Boots JUSTIN, TONY LAMA, NOCONA and Shirts, Blouses, Jeans, Hats, Tack Many other items to be given awayl STILL IN THE SADDLE AFTER 31 YEARS! WE'RE CELEBRATING THE Large Selection of 40% ABE Ladies'Jeans    /w    vrr Rocky Mountain, Silver Lake, Circle T, Roper SELECTED STRAW AND FELT HATS 25% OFF COMAL COUNTY FAIR WITH TERRIFIC DEALS THROUGHOUT THE STORE TWO GREAT LOOKS. MEN'S and WOMEN'S JEANS and SHIRTS Fit your style perfectly with Wrangler relaxed fit Riata” jeans and Wrangler western shirts.COMAL SADDLERY 8c WESTERN WEAR 311 Hwy. 306 1/4 rn. W. of I-35 Country Quality at Prices You Can Afford. (210) 625-9641 : 00-6:00 Mon.-Sat. 9 SELECTED LADIES’ WESTERN BLOUSES *19M Thanks given for help with celebration Dear Editor: We wish to take this opportunity to express our sincere thanks for the free publicity given Cross Lutheran Church on the occasion of the celebration of their 65th anniversary. Through this our community was made aware of it and this helped to make it a great success. Again, thank you. The Anniversary Committee Greg Addison, co-chairperson Anna Bell Anderson, co-chairperson Hilda B. Achterberg, secretary Support given for restaurant reports Dear Editor: Because we live in the country, we enjoy reading about the happenings in New Braunfels. I compliment you on the idea of publishing the restaurant reports. For those of us who eat out frequently, it is helpful to know whether our "regular" stops are satisfactory to your inspector. His reports are clearly written, and easy to understand. Please continue this practice. Jodi Gunckel Smokey Mountain Ranch Thanks given to Gala volunteers Dear Editor: The American Cancer Society of Comal County would like to thank everyone who helped make our 1993 Summer Starlight Gala a success; we raised S8,300. Tile 1994 Gala will be held June IO. Anyone interested in joining the Gala Planning Committee, please call Laurie at 620-1379. Laurie Tieman Resident opposes river cleanup Dear Editor: It's just a personal opinion and probably not a popular one and it sounds as if I am not a concerned environmentalist, which I am, but the river cleanup by local citizens following every tourist season is the "pits." Those who make their living directly from the river should be responsible for the cleanup. It should be written into their business permit. It is not right or fair for the citizens here to have to expose themselves to L*gear) TRAVEL ^ just like you. "This is our fourth Since 1986, over 22,000people,    Study together, * including Carl and Marianna    -    Marianna Calender Callender (shown here), have participated in Pharmaco LSR medical research studies, many more than once. Some do it to make new friends. Some want to catch up on their readingMost have something special in mind for the money they make. But they all have one thing in common, they're ref vier people, {est like yee. 629-2215 133 Landa Street Women 35-60 Up to $1,500Compensation: Are you a healthy, non-smoking, female (post-menopausal or surgical removal of both ovaries) between 35 and 60? If so, you may qualify to participate in a pharmaceutical research study and receive up to $1,500. The dates and times of the study are listed below; you must be available to remain in our facility for the entire period to he eligible: Check in: Afternoon Friday, September 24 Friday, October 29 Friday, December 3 Check-out: Morning Monday, September 27 Monday, November I Monday, December 6 Out-patient visits wilt be required on the following dates: September 23, 24, 28, 29, 30, October I, 28, 29, November 2, 3, 4, 5, December 2, 3, 7, 8, 9, IO. men & women os or Omer Up to $1,200Compensation: Are you a healthy, non-smoking, male or female age 65 or older? If so, you may qualify to participate in a pharmaceutical research study and receive up lo $1,200. The dates and times of the study are listed below; you must be available to remain in our facility for the entire period to be eligible; Check-in: Afternoon    Check-out: Morning Sunday, September 26    Wednesday, September 29 Sunday, October IO    Wednesday, October 13 Sunday, October 24    Wednesday, October 27 Outpatient visita are required on: September 30, October 1,2, 3,4,5. IO, 14,15,16,17,18,19,24,28,29,30,31, November 1,2 Men 65 or older Up to $1,000Compensation: Are you a healthy, non-smoking male 65 or older? If so, you may qualify to participate in a pharmaceutical research study and receive up to $1,000. Tile dates and times of the study are listed below, you must be available to remain in our facility for the entire period to be eligible: Check-in: Afternoon Monday, September 27 Monday, October ll Monday, October 25 Monday, November 8 Check-out: Morning Thursday, September 30 Thursday, October 14 Thursday, October 28 Thursday, November ll To qualify, you must poss our free phyfitul exam and screening tests. Meals, accommodations, entertainment and recreational a ankles provided free-of-charge. Please call os for more Information at: 800-866-0492   rn TminrXnt I nil‘I I ;

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