New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 3, 1994, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

February 03, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 3, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, Feb. 3,1994 ■ Herakf-Zeitung B 3 Volunteers needed to teach reading The Guadalupe, Bexar and Comal County Literacy Council will hold a training session for people interested in tutoring non-readers or low-level 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 p.m., and Feb. 26 will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Edith Flathmann, a Laubach Literacy Trainer will provide the instruction for the workshop. Tutoring sessions are on a one-to-one basis. The reading program is individualized so that the non-reading or low-level adults can set and pursue their own goals. Tutors only need to have a high school diploma or a GED and be willing to work with an adult who wants to learn. We will provide the training. Preregistration 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 658-5936 Monday-Friday mornings from 8 a.m. to noon. Eagles donate food Bob Nohrn, president of the local Fraternal Order of Eagles, Is shown with a truckload of canned food the club and Its Ladles Auxillary collected and donated to the SOS Food Bank recently. The Eagles, a community service organization, has 750 local members. For Information on the Eagles, call 625-7243. Sheriff’s Report MEMBER 1994 ■ 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 Gregory Graham, 23, of Bulverde on charges of unlawfully carrying weapon. Reports show Graham was arrested on U.S. Highway 281 just south of State Highway 46. The arrest was made by Deputy Tommy Ward. According to officials the arrest took place at 1:29 a.m. Saturday. Officials said Graham’s vehicle, a Ford pickup, crossed the center stripe of the road. According to reports, Graham was stopped and a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol was found in his car. ■ Deputies are investigating a burglary that occurred Jan. 28 at San Andrews Lutheran Church on PM 2673. Reports show more than $1,600 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 $2,400 in miscellaneous items were stolen. ■ Police are investigating a burglary of a habitation that occurred Jan. 29 in the 1700 block of Stagecoach Drive. Reports show more than $400 in miscellaneous items were stolen. TU TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION New Braunfels Optimists plan 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 organization in the world. Its motto is “Friend of Youth.” It has clubs all over North America, where approximately 4200 dubs and 157,000 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, anti-steroid programs, oratorical contests and essays for scholarship, Octagon Club, Junior Optimist Clubs to build leadership, Help Them Hear and Hearing Impaired Oratorical contests and Tri-Star Sports. They do what needs to be done. Being a member helps develop leadership skills of the Optimist. Optimist International is a federation of clubs which allow s each Optimist 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 I) 95 percent of the projects our clubs do directly involve our members with kids; 2) all of the money raised by our clubs stay in die community; and 3) we are actively recruiting women to be members of our organization. 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 informational meeting on Monday, Feb. 7, 1994, at the K & G Steak House (second floor), 3000 N. Hwy. 123. Meeting will start at 7 p.m. and will last one hour. The purpose of the meeting is to explain the organization, answer questions and measure the level of interest. If you have questions meanwhile, call Miles Parker at 379-4094. Utility bills to reflect reduced fuel cost The Lower colorado River Authority has notified New Braunfels Utilities and other LG RA 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 1.44 cents per kilowatt hour to 1.41 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 LCRA’s ongoing efforts to reduce energy costs whenever possible should result in wholesale customers paying about $2 million less in annual fuel charges. [ Get Double the amount of talk time -FRS Motorola MC 750 ONLY $48 NO ACTIVATION FEE NO PROGRAMMING FEE Motorola Tote Phone ONLY $42 NO ACTIVATION FEE NO PROGRAMMING FEE Knail Wa 679 S. Seguin across from post office NOW THREE LOCATIONS New Braunfels, Seguin, and San Marcos CELLULARONE Auihonzid Dtaltr 629-7466 ’Available on Most Plans withNew Activation. Activation Subject to Credit Approval - Annual Confract Require_ Busy People. r 377 Landa Herald-Zeitung photo by ROSE MARIE EASH Men's laundered shirts 85< Ladies plain laundered blouses $2.00 LANDA CLEANERS Cinder now management & ownership (formerly New Braunfels Cleaners) 606-6116 metro    ^satfSSo0 with the purchase of any large soft drink and a bag of chips. Offer cod* 2/27/94 No* mild wtdi any other discount or oiler 6" Reguiar Sub COURTYARD SHOPPING CENTER IH-35 at Lake McQueeney Exit 608-9003 TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Horatio — 6 Powder base 10 Foot parts 14 Swear 15 Straight as 16 Hick 17 Tie up before cooking 18 Was rational 20 Ancient language abbr 21 Those people 23 Walked back and forth 24 Cut (wool. eg.) 26 Typewriter parts 28 Changes 30 Swap 31 Signs of sadness 32 Previous legal decision 36 Sturdy tree 37 Salary boost 38 Qolt-bag item 39 Stresses 42 Chef's garment 44 Board game 45 — beef 46 Since 49 Gets rid of 50 Don't exist 51 Sauna, e g 52 Taxi 55 Swindler: slang 58 Vestment 60 Miss Kett of the comics 61 Theaters 62 Fabric 63 Earth 64 Male animal 65 Facilitated DOWN 1 A hormone 2 Entice 3 Financial backing 4 Nineteenth letter 5 Relaxers 6 More docile 7 Eve s mate 8 Cover 9 So-so grade 10 Bought a round 11 Weight unit 12 Actor Buddy — 13 Future plants 19 Black card symbol 22 Owns 25 Possessive word 26 News medium 27 Fabric for trimming 28 On 29 Tragic king 30 Strives 32 Describe grammatically 33 Ancient Italians 34 Gas for signs 35 Take care of 37 Regrets PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED (4 MSIlld Id SMMU 14 O000 00121000 00(21 MSO ID 00(20(21 000 BOGQO 000 QO0000 ■0000 00(100 MOO ■Q)QI1(2)OBD0(2)O(SODQ| 00D 0000(21 (210000 00MOQ00 (2100 Q0S0 mO0 0000(21 smog Ban 000000 ^^^^■Dt21Oag}0 (DDSS 0000(21 000(1 IO000 O0fflB0 00OQ 2-3-M © HXM united Feature Syndicate 40 Disgrace 41 Closes 42 Garment opening 43 Soft drink 45 Tough cord 46 Cotton bundles 47 A Muse 48 Hundred: pref 49 Capital of Senegal 51 La — Tar Pits 53 Toward Shafter 54 Curvature 56 Fireplace ledge 57 Fuss 59 Inlet Holland America Line 2 for 1 Carribean Cruises Sailing Dates Through April 16. - Book Now - Meet Gmy and Susan Osborn Good neighbors. Responsible citizens. Active church members. Fine folks. All of those things nuike for a busy life and a busy life cm rob a marriage of one important thing. Time together. That's why they took time out for The Marriage Class. It's time for them, no one else Time to work on the important pan of life, not just the urgent. ll J a good enough reason for the in How about you? The Community Marriage Class. What Falling in lane was meant to be... The Community Marriage Class begins Tuesday evening, February I. Call 625-1288 for information. I 629-2215 V 133 Landa Street J 0"T"| IMnFnO Call For Anawars • Touch-tone or Rotary Phonae O I LJ IV! I ELL/ I 1-900-454-3*38 ext, cods540 • Ha par mtnate ;

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