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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 22, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Stammtisch Tuesday March HeraldZeltur Childrens Museum Volunteers are needed at the Chil drens Museum of New Braunfets Tour guides grant writers carpentry administrative and general help Any age is fine Call us at 6200939 Books wanted The American Association of Uni versity Women annual book sale is set for Satruday April 16 at the Senior Life Center of St Paul Lutheran Curch Santa Clara Avenue across from HEB Hours are 9 to 4 Proceeds go to a scholarship for a mature woman who wishes to continue a college edu cation Readers in the community are invited to contibute books paperback or had cover fiction or nonfiction Since textbooks and magazines are hard to sell they will not be collected Donors may call Agnes Lehmann at 6255391 or watch for collection box es in local supermarkets Home lot needed Habitat for Humanity is seeking a lot or lots suitable for one or more squarefoot homes preferably in the New Braunfeis School District The lot needs to have utilities Ideally someone in the local community would donate property on which a home or homes could be built Another possi bility is that a property owner will sell the property to HFH at a greatly reduced price HFH is a nonprofit organization and donations are tax deductible Contact Terry Burton at 6294847 or Nuhn Jr at 625 7005 for information Tax help Free tax counseling will be avail able for the elderly and low income taxpayers in the New Braunfeis and Canyon Lake areas Our counselors work in cooperation with the IRS and are prepared to help you with your tax obligations and concerns These ser vices will be made available to you effective Feb 1 through April 15 For more information you may contact Eva Villarreal at 6090674 or speak with our counselors in Canyon Lake at the Action Center in Sattler on Wednesdays from 1 to 4 and Sat urday from 9 to noon or in New Braunfeis at the Senior Citizens Center on Tuesdays from 9 to noon Wednesdays from 1 to 5 and Saturdays from 9 to 1 also at the Dittlinger Memorial Library Mon days from 10 to 2 Tuesdays from noon to 3 Wednesdays from 6 to 8 and Saturday from 10 to 2 Swim lessons The New Braunfeis Parks and Recreation Department is accepting enrollment for summer swim lessons Classes fill up very fast so early reg istration is recommended There will be five sessions to choose from begin ning June 6 The other sessions start June 20 July 5 July 18 and August 1 For information call 6082160 Flag collection The Guadalupe Valley American Legion Auxiliary is collecting unservicable American flags If your flag is faded torn or shredded please call 6254848 or 6291252 They will pick them up I Mensa testing More than 400 of the most intelligent people in the New Braunfeis area qual ify for membership in Mensa Are you one of them Call Janet Keyser at 629 7483 for information on the testing session Tuesday April 12 at Cost is and reservations are need ed Pesticide training A Licensed Private Applicator train ing and testing session will be held Thursday March 24 at in the Guadalupe County Farm Bureau meeting room 205 East Center in Seguin Test starts at Call the Guadalupe County Extension office by March 23 to reserve a place Bring a calculator and pencils Handbook study guides may be purchased for at the Guadalupe County Extension office Tree pruning workshop The Comal County Horticulture Committee and the Texas Agriculture Extension Service will sponsor a tree pruning workshop Wednesday March 23 at 2 at the Comal County Extension Office behind the Sheriffs office off of South Loop 337 The workshop is designed for the home owner and profession tree trimmer alike It is free and open to the public Arbor Day The Arbor Day Presidents Row tree planing will be held at Landa Park March 25 at 10 am at Pavillion 7A on Monument Drive The addition of a Monterrey Oak will honor Mrs Marcia Moore outgoing president of the New Braunfeis Council Of Garden Clubs Featuring knowledgeable speakers col or guard special invocation and procla mation there will also be readings by a group of Seele Elementary fourth graders on Trees of the Fragrant Forest The ceremony was planned by Lila Schoenfeld and hosted by Four Seasons Garden Club Rummage and bake sale The George A Garcia Post 11050 Ladies Auxiliary will hold a rummage and bake sale Saturday March 26 at the HEB lot from 8 to Super rummage sale Our Lady of Perpetual Help Youth Ministry will sponsor a super rum mage sale Saturday March 26 at the parish hall spaces are available for rent Call 6253534 or 6293379 Garage and bake sale The New Braunfeis Lioness Club will have its annual garage and bake sale at 8 Saturday March 26 at the former World of Fabrics 650 S Wal nut Donations will be accepted Wednesday through Friday March 23 through March 25 Proceeds from the sale go toward sight conservation and the Texas Lions Camp of Special Chil dren Were Meeting New Braunfeis 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 Sertoma Club of New Braunfeis board meeting at Krauses Cafe on Wednesday March 23 at 7 All members welcome Texas Tech ExStudent Meeting will be held Wednesday March 23 at at the Garza Street Class room across from McKenna Hospital Final plans for the upcoming Raider Roundup set for May 20 will be made Call Peggy Morris 6259638 The New lake Area Association of Realtors month ly membership luncheon will be March 28 at Dragon Place N Loop 337 Price is correct change only Call 6256954 with RSVP before March 24 Toastmasters meets every Tues day at the Summit Center at 7 Call 6207358 If you have difficulties speaking in front of a group this the place for you Overeaters Anonymous meets every Monday at McKenna Hospitals Conference Room at 7 Call 606 0254 or 6291645 The Disabled American Veterans Chapter 163 meets the first Wednes day of every month except July and August at the VFW Hall at VFW Post 7110 and auxiliary meets the second Wednesday of every month at at the VFW Hall If you are living with a diagnosis of HIV infection or AIDS a special sup port group is available A safe confi dential and informal setting is designed especially for you If you are a family member caregiver or friend of a person infected with the HIV virus support is also available Hospice New Braunfeis and the Comal County Health Depart ment are sponsoring this free service Call Hospice at 6257500 The Comal County Mental Health Mental Retardation Board of Direc tors meets regularly each second Thursday of each month The meeting is held at Comma Development Train ing Center 511 North Street at Public invited The New Brf unfels Jaycees meet the third Wednesday of every month at 7 at Mr Gattis The Museum Chapter of the Hummel Club meets at the Hummel Museum in New Braunfeis the second Tuesday of each month at 7 Call Pat Bryant at 9072118 for information Learning Disability support group forming If interested call Shay at 620 4316 or Leigh at 6292232 Call after Womens Aglow at Canyon Lake held at Startz Cafe second Thursday of the month from 10 to noon Inspi rational speakers prayer for all retreats Everyone welcome Lunch at moderate price is available Reservations and information call 8997112 New Braunfeis Great Books Dis cussion Group meets biweekly Thursday afternoons at Dittlinger Library We are beginning a new sea son new participants are welcome Call 6254187 Take Off Pounds Sensibly meets at Thursdays at the hospital classroom across the street from McKenna Hospital Call 6258860 for information New Braunfeis Business and Pro fessional Women meet the second Wednesday of each month at the Hol iday Inn Networking begins at Dinner is served at with the program following at For information call Christ Davis at 625 5678 or Terry Burto at 6252659 At your service and for your convenience The New Braunfeis HeraldZeitung now offers a UPS commercial counter UPS service options include Ground Service Next Day Air Second Day Air Service To Canada International Air Bring your parcels by our office at 707 Landa by 5 pm Monday through Friday New Braunf eQs HeraldZeitung Dr Stanley HandstiylYLD 189 East Austin Suite 106 New Braunfeis TX 78130 2106297776 Complete Family Care Childhood Pregnancy Adult Elderly Accepting New Patients Medicare Provider Symphony concert The MidTexas Symphony will pre sent a prefiaster concert Sunday March 27 at 4 in Jackson Audi torium on the Texas Lutheran College Campus in Seguin The concert will feature the MidTexas Symphony per forming the Easter portion of Handels Messiah and the winners of the Young Artist Competition in piano Tickets are for adults for college stu dents and senior citizens and for other students They are available at the door Call 6290336 for informa tion Discovery Camp Park rangers will lead a Spring Dis covery Camp for kids ages six through 10 March 29 and 30 from 8 to 5 in Landa Park Preregistration is required and being taken at the parks office from March 1 to March 25 Fee is each day or for both days Call 6082160 for information Book and bake sale Come to the book and bake sale in Canyon Lake Saturday March 26 from 9 to 2 in front of the Tye Preston Library in Sattler Sponsored by Friends of the Library all proceeds go to benefit the library Easter egg hunt The New Braunfeis Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor the annual Landa Park Easter Egg Hunt The hunt will be held Saturday April 2 at 11 Candy eggs will be hidden around the Landa Lake Gazebo area Children of all ages are invited to attend the hunt Special prize eggs will be hidden for each age division The Easter Bunny will make a special apearance for greetings and pictures For information call 6082167 Help a child Comal County Child Advocacy Inc is in need of volunteers Volunteers are specially trained court appointed advocates assigned by district judges to be a voice in court for abused and neglected childreaCall Jackie Vann at 6205536 LIFTMASTER Model Garage Door Opener Reg NOW ONLY INSTALLATION EXTRA Rugged chain drive with durable steel construction lor years ol dependable operation The Protector System automatically reverses door il any object breaks the safety beam minute light delay Manual release in case ol power failure Automatic safety reverse Remote control with unbreakable computerprogrammed private security code Lighted door control button 4year motor warranty Meets all federal and state laws and UL 325 safety standards l U 707 Landa Street Legislative Conference expected to draw 450 to New Braunfeis By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Wrter More than 425 people are expect ed to attend the Texas Legislative Conference this week at the New Brturtfels Civic Center The conference is sponsored by the New Braunfeis Chamber of Commerce Bank of America Texas Guadalupe Valley Telephone Co op Inc and Southwestern Bell Tele phone The number of people registered to attend the event is ahead of last years total attendance according to Tom Purdum executive director of the Chamber We are ahead of last years total We had approximately 400 last year We are over that and we still have a few more days for people to regis he said Those interested in attending the event can register as late as Thurs day We are getting a good represen tation fiom around the state Some of our associate sponsors and cospon sors are bringing their top people Our audience should be filled with prominent leaders tram around the said Purdum We are pleased we are getting a lot of attention around the This years theme for the confer ence is Texas in the Global Econ The conference and the Texan of the Year reception will be held in the New Braunfeis Civic Center on Thursday and Friday March 24 and 25 Receiving the Texan of the Year award will be Herb Kelleher chair man of the board president arid chief executive officer of Southwest Air tines Kelleher will kickoff the con ference on the morning of the March 25 and will address the question Can we compete in spite of federal regulatory pressure Lieutenant Governor Bob Bui lock will be the principle speaker at the noon luncheon Advisory Com mittee Chairman Max Sherman will preside at the reception and the con ference Sherman is dean of the Lyn don B Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas in Austin Other speakers include State Sen ator Carlos Truan International Relations Trade and Technology State Representative Curtis Seidlits chairman of the State Affairs Committee James R Adams group president of the Southwestern Bell Corporation Don Newquist chair man of the US International Trade Commission Tom Stellman direc tor of International Business Devel opment Texas Department of Com merce and Sydaat Syal vice presi dent of International marketing for Greater Houston Partnership Question and answer sessions will feature Dane Harris president of the Texas Association of Busi ness Bob Krueger former ambas sador at large to Mexico and for mer senator and Edmund Kuempel state representative For further information contact the Greater New Braunfeis Chamber of Commerce at 210 6252385 Arbor Day ceremony set for Landa Park By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer The New Braunfeis Council of Gar den Clubs is planning an Arbor Day Celebration for March 25 at Landa Park The event will be held at 10 at the Landa Park Pavilion on Monument Drive It will feature the planting of a Mon terey Oak on Presidents Row to honor Marcia Moore outgoing president of the New Braunfeis Council of Garden Clubs The public is invited to attend and all area garden clubs are especially invit ed according to Lyla Schoenfeld chairman of the celebration Schoenfeld said speeches will be given by Comal County Agricultural Extension Agent Joe Taylor and New Braunfeis Parks and Recreation Direc tor David Whatley The speech by Taylor will concen trate on trees that are native to the Comal County area Also at the event will be the fourth grade class from Seele Elementary School The class will perform a skit according to Schoenfeld March 25 is being proclaimed Arbor Day in New Braunfeis by Mayor Rudy Seidel A proclamation was presented to the New Braunfeis Council of Garden Clubs Monday night GHT HOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 62964OO IH 35 and Walnut Ave FHI SAT SUN 1X53X55X5 7X59X5 MON THRU THUR 6X67X59X5 sa MBTYWAMON FHI SAT SUN 135335635 735935 MON THRU THUR 635735935 xvi W MON THRU THUR FRI 120320620 ONDS UKE PERRY EH MON THRU THUR rtlUtI 620720920 FHU SAT S 12S02S55C5 unu TVIBIITUIIO MBKPOU9LAS TTPP FRI SAT SUN Icob BRAUNTEX 6254411 290 W San Antonio ALL SHOWS pQffjsh Company Inc 26995 Hwy 281 North miles north of 1604 9809595 Q9I FRI SAT SUN 210420 MON THRU THUR FRI SAT SUN 240430 M MRS DOUBTFIRB ROBIN MON THRU THUR WILLIAMS Get Double the amount of talk times FREE TECH EZ4OO NO ACTIVATION FEE NO PROGRAMMING FEE FREE BATTERY ELIMINATOR CHARGER ONLY MM 679 S Seguin across from post office NOW THREE LOCATIONS New Braunfeis Seguin and San Marcos 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