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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 13, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday March A Stammtisch Bingo Seminar Veterans of Foreign Waft Post 7110 Bingo Seminar will be held Sunday March 20 not on the 21st as noted in the club newsletter Doors open at 3 Sign up at the Post Home or call the commander at 6200223 or 625 9961 Aerobic clatset The New Braunfels Parks and Recre ation Department is offering aerobic classes at the Landa Recreation Center Terry Bumette teaches a medium to high impact class Monday Wednes day Friday and Saturday mornings from 9 to Terry also teaches a beginners aerobic class Tues day and Thursday mornings from 9 to 10 Christy Sharum teach es medium impact Tuesday and Thurs day evenings from 6 to Fees are per class or monthly for twice a week for three times a week or for unlimited classes Babysitting is available Monday Wednesday and Friday mornings for Call 6082167 for information Swim lessons The New Braunfels Parks and Recre ation Department is accepting enroll for summer swim lessons Class q fill up very fast so early registration iS recommended There will be five sessions to choose from beginning June 6 The other sessions start June 20 July 5 July 18 and August 1 For infor Planning for Summer Starlight Gala coming along Laurie Tleman has been named Chairman of the 1994 Sunder Starlight whichbeft efits the Coma County Unit of the American Cancer Society is the main fund raising event for the local unit This year the Gala is scheduled for Friday June 10 at the Civic Cen ter Musle wJU be provided by Europa Trio and the Ked Parrock Orchestra and catering will be by Don Strange Joining Laurie in the planning of event is Ketti Kensing Chairman A general planning session is scheduled fbrTuesday night March at the Clear Springs Catfish Restaurant If you are interested in helping raise ftmds to fight cancer in Comal County please join Laurie Kelli and other volunteers Tuesday night Laurie Tleman or call Laurie at or the local ACS information line at 629 5717 mation call 6082160 Friends of Education Canyon High School Friends of Education have been receiving gener ous contributions from local merchants to be presented in the form of cash scholarships to graduating seniors The fundraising campaign formally ended Feb 28 but if you were overlooked and would like to make a contribution call Larry Lehr at 6258343 The next meeting of Friends of Education will be Monday March 14 at 7 in the school library Cattle call SfAQfi Inc will hold open audi tions at 4 Sunday March 13 at Krause House 1300 Bulverde Road for Its Later Than You Think by Jean Anouilh Seven men and five women are needed Call 4382339 for infor mation Immunization clinics The Comal County Health Depart ment is offering two sattelite immu nization clinics this month for the res idents of Comal County who need immunizations for themselves or their children The first will be march 14 at the Canyon Lake Action Center from to Canyon High School will be the second site on March 21 from 2 to 5 Immunization clinics arc also held each Tuesday and Thursday at the Health Department Call 6205595 for information Project WILD The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will offer a free Project WILD Workshop for adult youth leaders and teachers Monday March 14 from 9 to 4 in Landa Park at Picnic Area Call 6082160 for information Election school The City Secretarys office will offer election schools for registered voters who ate interested in serving their com munity as election judges and clerks The schools will be held Tuesday and Wednesday March 15 and 16 at 7 at the Municipal Building 424 South Castell Avenue Conference Room Training will cover all necessary election procedures beginning with opening the polling place through delivery of the returns at the end of election day To register call 6082100 Revival services The First Church of the Nazarene 1465IH35 East will hold revival ser vices March 16 to 20 at 7 each evening and Sunday at and 6 Evangelist Rev G Stuart McWhirter featured Drug reactions RNs and LVNs can ear contact hours Were Meeting New Braunfels AIAnon Family Group meets at 1142 Eikel St on Mon days nonsmoking Tues days and Fridays at 8 Call 625 0057 or 6204354 for Information Tutoring and improving study skills will be among the topics discussed by guest speaker Eleanor Mayfleld of the Successful Learning Centers at the next meeting of the Canyon High School Friends of Education Mon day March 14 at 7 in the school Ijbrary i The New Braunfels Lioness Club will meet March 14 at Ryans Steak House at 11 The program will be nelitta Frueh playing the Marimba t The 37th annual Johann Helnrlch Olenwlnkel Family Reunion will be held at the Oak in Seguin Sunday March 13 Family members are asked to bring a vegetable and dessert for lunch at noon Meat tea and coffee will be supplied Call Lorrie Niemann at 3796447 or James Deatherage at 560 3405 The Canyon LakeFischer Club for Family and Community Educa tion meets March 15 at the Fjischer Store School Community Center Social begins at 9 and the meeting at The program New Food Labels will be given by County Exten sion Agent Pat Rasor Public invited Call Jo Landers at 9352445 for infor mation George A Garcia VFW Memorial Post will hold a monthly meet ing at American Legion Comal Post I 179 on March 15 at Both the post and Ladies Auxiliary will have offi cer nominations Comrades and sis ters are encouraged to attend i Betty Mathis of New Braunfels will Dr Stanley 189 East Austin Suite 106 2106297776 Complete Family Care Childhood Pregnancy Adult Elderly Accepting New Patients Medicare Provider TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE paint a still life in oil at the next New Braunfels Art League meeting in the Arts Center 646 Walnut Square at 7 Tuesday March 15 The meeting is open to the public Mathis won the Grumbacher Silver Medallion Award and other prizes in past Wurstfest Art Shows The American Association of Retired Persons meets March 15 at the Senior Citizens Center 655 Landa Street Meeting starts at Members with March birthdays bring cookies guests and new members invited 1 Roman robe v 5 Essay or editorial fck10 Crowds Asian sea tv15 Jumped Fitzgerald Astronaut Armstrong Caper J 19 Norse god w20 Margaret Mitchell novel 23 Cravings 24 Actress Donna 25 Neckwear 28 Large antelope 31 Scat 32 Upper part of dress 34 Vegas 37 Candy cane 40 Utter Siblings daughters Mata 43 Happening Peeled Note 47 Glasgow native 49 Suffer hardships Actress Moran 57 Aida or Carmen Gardening aid Peel 60 Papas mates 61 Heroic story 62 Holiday drinks 63 Marry secretly 64 Computer storage Item DOWN 1 Sharp taste 2 Cookie brand 3 Profit 4 Comicstrip character 5 Distinct 6 Leases 7 Promise 8 Narrow point of land 9 Engrave 10 Made cat noises 11 Oftenheard song 12 What cynics say love is 13 Prepare for painting 21 Waterlogged 22 Sea eagles 25 Snakes 26 Mets home 27 Imitate 28 Official proclamation 29 Rope 30 Chapters in a play 32 Soft cheese 33 Sign 34 Teller of tall tales 35 Land measure 36 Slip sideways 38 Something said in PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 31294 1994 Untied Feature Syndicate conclusion 39 Roofed with straw 43 Revises 44 Annabel Lee poet 45 Tenor Lanza 46 Making do with 47 Watchband 48 Comedian Chevy 49 Seabird 50 Large book 51 October stone 52 Jules Vernes captain 53 Pueblo Indian 54 Egyptian goddess 55 Head suooort HeraldZeitung Contracts Wingspread riThe New Braunfels HeraldZeitung lias been awarded the contract to publish rthe Randolph Air Force Base Wingspread newspaper a significant accomplishment tying New Braunfels and the Air Force community together New Braunfels has a long and successful association with the base at Randolph the Chamber of Commerce has awarded the personnel with the Airman of the Quarter and of the Year Award Now with your local newspaper publishing the base newspaper the ties will grow even stronger For local advertisers who wish to get their message to the people who live and work at Randolph the Wingspread is an excellent vehicle It has the potential of readers and is delivered to the occupants of government housing on the base Your New Braunfels HeraldZeitung sales representative will be contacting you with rates and circulation information For further information call 6259144 Advertise where you get results the Herald Zeitung and the Randolph Air Force Base Wingspread New BrmuafeU HeraldZeitung Publishers of WINGSPREAD at Your Patient and Drug Reactions March 17 at the NBtSD Education Center 430 West Mill Street dost time to Reg istration deadline is March 15 Call 2106206200 Barbecue fundraiser Boy Scout Troop 119 of the First United Methodist Church is having its annual barbecue chicken dinner March 20 The plate comes with a half chicken potato salad beans and bread for the sale benefits the boys going to Sea Base in Florida as well as mer camp Serving starts an noon Park in the lot on W Mill and go through doors to Wesley Hall Call John McBrayer at 6258114 or Betty Wierth at 6254513 for information MiracleEar MR MiracleEar Hearing Aid Audlology Center 201BIH 35 West Courtyard Shopping Center New Braunfels TX PHONE 6291561 HOURS Mon Thru Fri 9 AM5 PM We offer hearing J instruments in a variety of styles and models to meet a i wide range of hearing needs DISCOUNT ONA MiracleEar8 SYSTEM 2 hearing instruments or off 1 hearing instrument Must present coupon at time of purchase Not valid with any other offer March Model WWA5600R LARGE CAPACITY 6CYCLE WASHER water level selections 3 temperature combinations filtering system Model DDG5180R LARGE CAPACITY GAS DRYER Regular cycle up to 130 minutes Permanent Press cycle drying selections SALE ModelJGBS04GPR GAS RANGE Liftup porcelainenameled cooktop Black glass oven door with towel bar handle broiler drawer SALE Model GSD500P 3CYCLE BUILTIN DISHWASHER options wash action Rinse aid dispenser Soft food disposer Hotpoint Gas Range RGB528ER SALE SALE Hotpoint Dishwasher HDA1005 SALE Model TBXHSAS CU FT CAPACITY 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