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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 3, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Volunteers needed to teach reading The Guadalupe Bexaf and Comal County Literacy Council will hold a training session for people interested in tutoring nonreaders or lowlevel readers The twelve hour workshop will be held Feb 25 and 26 at the Seguin Public Library 707 East College Street Seguin Feb 25 will be from 6 9 and Feb 26 will be from 9 to 4 Edith Flathmann a Laubach Liter acy Trainer will provide the instruction for the workshop Tutoring sessions are on a oneto one basis The reading program is individualized so that the nonread ing or lowlevel adults can set and pursue their own goals Tutors only need to have a high school diploma or a GED and be will ing to work with an adult who wants to learn We will provide the training Pre registration deadline is Feb 18 If you would like to tutor or know of an adult who has a need of our services please call the Literacy Council at 6585936 MondayFriday mornings from 8 to noon Thursday Feb Eagles donate food Bfth HeraldZeitung photo by ROSE MARIE EASH 5Tnal r ls shown wlth a of canned food the club so recantly Tha Eaglfl9 a organization has 750 local members For Information on the Eagles call 6257243 Sheriffs Report Comal County sheriffs deputies are investigating a burglary of a motor vehicle that is reported to have occurred between Jan 26 and Jan 27 in the 3500 block of Highway 46 West Officials said a Kenwood stereo was stolen from a Ford pickup Sheriffs deputies arrested Gre gory Graham 23 of Bulverde on charges of unlawfully carrying weapon Reports show Graham was arrested on Highway 281 just south of State Highway 46 The arrest was made by Deputy Tommy Ward According to officials the arrest took place at Saturday Officials said Grahams vehicle a Ford pickup crossed the center stripe of the road According to reports Graham was stopped and a 9 mm semiautomatic pistol was found in his car Deputies are investigating a bur glary that occurred Jan 28 at San Andrews Lutheran Church on FM 2673 Reports show more than in miscellaneous items were stolen The case is being investigated by Deputy Tommy Ward A burglary of a habitation was reported to have occurred Jan 28 in the 7000 block of Old Bastrop Highway in San Marcos Reports show more than in miscellaneous items were stolen Police are investigating a bur glary of a habitation that occurred Jan 29 in the 1700 block of Stagecoach Drive Reports show more than in miscellaneous items were stolen MEMBER 1994 TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION New Braunfels Optimists plah to start Seguin club The New Braunfels Optimist Club is in the process of forming an Optimist Club in Seguin Optimist International is the fourth largest service organiza tion in the world Its motto is Friend of It has clubs all over North America where approximately 4200 clubs and members make up the organization Working directly with young people Optimists organize and conduct many types of events and programs for youth Some of these are substance abuse prevention antisteroid programs ora torical contests and essays for schol arship Octagon Club Junior Optimist Clubs to build leadership Help Them Hear and Hearing Impaired Oratori cal contests and TriStar Sports They do what needs to be done Being a member helps develop lead ership skills of the Optimist Optimist International is a federa tion of clubs which allows each Opti mist Club to develop projects to meet the needs of its individual community Three major reasons why we are the fastest growing service club in the world are that 1 95 percent of the pro jects our clubs do directly involve our members with kids 2 all of the mon ey raised by our clubs stay in the com munity and 3 we are actively recruit ing women to be members of our orga nization All concerned adults who might have an interest in belonging to this local club are extended an invitation to join the Optimists at their first infor mational meeting on Monday Feb 7 1994 at the K G Steak House sec ond 3000 N Hwy 123 Meeting will start at 7 and will last one hour The purpose of the meeting is to explain the organization answer ques tions and measure the level of interest If you have questions meanwhile call Miles Parker at 3794094 Utility bills to reflect reduced fuel cost The Lower Colorado River Author ity has notified New Braunfels Utilities and other LCRA wholesale customers of recent approval from the Public Utilities Commission to reduce fuel charge rates The new rates which went into effect Dec 25 lower the fuel charge from cents per kilowatt hour to cents per kilowatt hour NBU residential customers can expect to see a reduction of about 31 cents per month on the Power Cost Recovery Fee item of their utility bills The LCRAs ongoing efforts to reduce energy costs whenever possible should result in wholesale customers paying about million less in annual fuel charges Get rouble the amount of talk time FREE Motorola MC 750 ONLY NO ACTIVATION FEE NO PROGRAMMING FEE Motorola Tote Phone ONLY NO ACTIVATION FEE NO PROGRAMMING FEE 679 S Seguin across from post office NOW THREE LOCATIONS New Braunfels Seguin and San Marcos CELLULARONE Authoristd Dialtr 6297466 Available on Most Plans withNew Activation Activation Subject to Credit Approval Annual Contract Required Holland America Line 2 for 1 Carribean Cruises Sailing Dates Through April 16 Book Now 133 Landa Street Busy People Meet Gary and Susan Osboni Good neighbors Responsible citizens Active church members Finefolks All oftlwse tilings make for a busy life and a busy life can rob a marriage of one important thing Time together Hulls why iliey wok lime out for The Marriage Class ll s time for them no one else Time to work on the important pan of life no just the urgent Its a good enough reason for them How about you The Community Marriage Class What Falling in Love was meant The Community Marriage Class begins Tuesday evening February 1 Call 6251288 for information 877 Landa Mens 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