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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas rueeday, May 17,1004 ■ HarakJ-Zaitung ■ 7StammtischScholarships available The Tri-CountyChapter of Refrig-elation Servioe Engineer! Society ii Offering (bur scholanhipi to individual! in the heating, air conditioning, ventilation and refrigeration trade. Deadline to apply ii May 31. Call or viiit Insco Distribution in New Braunfels for information.Summor fun New Braunfels Christian Academy offers a summer of fen activities for children ages three to five and six to IO years. Full day care is available from 7:30 arn. to 6 p.m. at $200 a month. Drop-in rate is $1.50 an hour. Activities include: outdoor play, Blady woods, gym, crafts, Bible stories, indoor recreation, swimming and field trips. Tutoring and mini-courses, too. Call for information: 629-6222.Cub Seoul comp Cub Scout Day Camp, theme is Cube of the Round Table, June 7 - IO at Landa Park. Registration is under way. Call Bob Paichman at 620-1555 or Leslie Tomlin at 907-3940.Maut off New Braunfels Community Education offers Blast Off With Piano for children ages seven to 12, to see how much Am piano can be. The oourse allows students to try piano to see if they are interested in music. Three different five-day seasons in June and July will be offered. Pee is $35 plus $4.50 for music. To register, or find out more, call 620-6200.Volunteers needed Tte Comal County Women's Center is in need of people interested in becoming hotline volunteers. The hotline is forwarded to your home, so you are able to volunteer without leaving your home. . The hotline is for women who have been battered, abused or sexually assaulted. Call Rhonda Preiss at 620-7520.Aqua nsroblcs The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering Aqua Aerobics classes again this summer. Three moodily seasons beginning June 6 will be held at 8 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings at the Olympic Pool in Landa Park. CaU Nadya Lehmann * 625-9295. The Senior Center is also offering ongoing aqua aerobics classes. Scheduled classes are from 8:15 to 9:15 a.m. and 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday, call Nadya Lehmann at 625-9295 for information.Choir reunion There will be a reunion this summer for anyone who participated in Smithson Valley High School Choirs from 1977 to 1987. For more information, call Gloria Moreno at 609-5359, or Bill Kretzmeier at 625-5404.Blood drhreo. The following blood drives are set: Wednesday, May 25, Senior Flexonics, 8:30am. to ll am.; May25, Detox, I p.m. to 4:30 pm. For information, call 1-800-292-5534, ext. 217.Arf abow The second graders and art teacher, Carol Snider, at Lone Star Elementary, are proud to present their art work at Texas Commerce Bank from May 15 to 20. This is the second annual art show and the public is invited to view this exhibition in the bank lobby.Mammograms and prostate screonlng The Alamo Area Council of Governments will sponsor mammograms and prostate exams at no charge for senior citizens in Comal County from Monday, May 16 to Friday, May 20. Mammograms for women between the ages of 60 and 64 will be perforated at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Prostate exams will be offered to men 60 years and older May 18 only at the Senior Center, 655 Landa. To make an appointment, call Gladys Battling at 625-1800, U Nits Ross or Mary Gomez at 625-1800 or Janetta Cox at 964-2324.Hosts y los Muchachos Rosie y los Muchachos will be the featured musical group on the Plaza May 19 *7 pm.. The popular mariachi band promises an evening of lively Am. Concert-goers are encouraged to bring lawn chairs. The concert is free. Call the Main Street Project at 608-2100 for information.fighter roundup The Texas Tech Ex-Students are honoring all entering Tech freshmen with a picnic in Landa Park Friday, May 20 at 6:30 pm. at Picnic Area #16. Adults, $10, under 12, $5. Hamburgers and hot dogs with all the fixings will be served. Local scholarships will be awarded, auction by Rick Heyden, door prizes, Sheriffs Posse Playday Winners In the Sheriff! Po jess April Playday and leader sin the classes for the high point series buckles are shown receiving buckles for the efforts. Shown Ie Sherri Bed on lf a No Wonder, adult chee; Queen Barble Frisson hahn presenting a buckle; Howard Johnson on April, 40+ class; Princess Oourtnee Hohsnsss presenting a buckle; and Shawna Koehler on Spirit, Junior does. Cody Nelms, senior class and |/A|hi BAliilfAe oaaaaa liaeiA aIaaa ma    lameS i\siiy Downer, pac wee cress, are not pwiurso. The May Playday Is today at 2 pm at the arena on Solme Road and IMS. ands 10th year celebration of the local chapter ofthe Ex-Students will be held. Proceeds will go to the local scholarship fond. For more information or reaerva-tions call Mike Doherty at 6294163 or 625-7551 or Peggy Morris at 625-9638.Fiesta Mexleana The 22nd Annual Fiesta Mexicana will be held at Landa Park’s Wunthalle May 19 - 21. The fiesta will include dancers, mariachis, food booths, children's carnival and a ftyita cook-off. There will also be a dance each night. Tickets can be purchased at Focus 3 Hair Design, Qty Pharmacy, New City Bakery and Hernandez Servioe Center. Proceeds go to local scholarships.Market days More than IOO artists will present their crafts from IO a.m. to 6 p.m. on the grounds of the Guadalupe Valley Winery May 21 and 22 at Greene Market Days. Michael Ballew will perform Saturday afternoon for no cover. No Strangers tnd Denim perform free Sunday.Brown bag lunch Bring a brown bag lunch and join the group Tuesday, May 24 from noon to I p.m. at the Laurel Ridge Treatment Center at 1293 East Common Street for 'Hypnosis ... Its Application in Health Care,' presented by Peter Bemdt, M.D. General Psychiatrist. RSVP by calling 620-1055. Seating road a half mile south of Wonderland Drive.Discovery Camp Park rangers will lead youths between the ages of six and IO in enjoying wildlife, nature studies, hiking, swimming, water sports, crate, outdoor games and environmental projects during the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department's two day Summer Discovery Camp in Landa Park. The camp will be held May 31 and June I from 8 a.m. to 5 pm. Preregistration is required and is being taken at die parks office until May 27. The fee is $15 each day or $25 for both days. Call 608-2160.Carl Schurz! Tho Man The namesake of the Cair Schurz Elementary Schol is the subject of a play to be performed by Carl Schurz students Monday, Tuesday and Thursday. . "Carl Schurz: The Man," written by Dr. Merry Saegert, came to life Monday, May 16 and will be performed again Tuesday, May 17, at 7 p.m. and Thursday at 9:30 a.m. Preformed by students in the challenge danes, foe play ii oo-direded by Saegert and challenge teacher Diana Cashion. The play deplete the live and times of German pioneer Carl Schurz, who led an exciting, event-filled life. Among his interests were philosophy and education.Seminar for parents A free summer Saturday seminar will be held for parent! of beginning piano students, lire two-hour seminar will give you a basic keyboard knowledge to help your child learn feater. The footy League Piano Studio is making this available to all parents in the community. Dates will be June 18, July 16 and August 13 from IO un. to noon. Call Cheerily Koehler at 629-0498 to register. it limited. LFC and Social Work CEUS have been applied for.Arte ans crafts The Canyon Lake Ait Guild spon-•ora and fine arts and crafts show May 21 from IO a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Bradley Building, FM 2673 across from the Peat Office in Saltier. Booths available for $20. Call Bunny at 964-3002.Hctlln# training The Comal County Women's Center will conduct training for hotline volunteers Thursday, May 26 at 6 p.m. The Women's Center staffs a 24-hour crisis hotline for women who have been battered, abused or sexually assaulted. The hotline is forwarded to your home. You can pick the times you will be available. Call 620-7520 to find out more.Ply-ln The San Marcos Radio Controlled model airplane fly-in and swap meet will be held Sunday, May 29 a their San Marcos flying field Up to 80 models are expected to be on hand, either flying or on static display. Flight demonstrations will include combat flying and aerobatics with speeds of more than 150 mph. Admittance is free and lots of parking is available. Flying will take place from 9:30 a.m. to dusk. The flying field is located on the 1-35 east access We’re Meeting Ivan McDoogal of San Antonio will demonstrate in watercolor at the next New Braunfels Art League meeting Tuesday, May 17 at 7 p.m. in the downtown building, 230 W. San Antonio. Ha was the 1078 Artist of the Year of tha San Antonio Art Laague. Tha public is welcome to attend. The George A. Garcia VOW Poet 11050 and Auxiliary will matt May 17 at 7 p.m. at tha American Legion Poet #179 on West Coll Street. Bring a neighbor and join the Garden fudge Area Womenfo Club in Paul Davis Park Wednesday, May 18 at 10 am Following a discussion with local herbalists, members will share a potluck salad lunch and door prizes. Please RSVP to Evelyn Miller at 651-9718. Canyon Luke Republican Women's Club will hold its annual Founders Day celebration at the Woodlands Country Club on May 18. Happy Hour begins at 6 p.m. and dinner will be served at 7 p.m. Call Patsy Newton at 964-3585. New Braunfeis-Canyon Lake Area AooooteUon af Rosston monthly membership luncheon is May 23 at the Adobe Cate, 124 Hwy. 81. Price is $6. correct change only. Board auction, please bring auction items. Call 625-6954 or fax 625-6960 by Thurs day before the meeting. The leek Review dub will meet at the Senior Citizen Center, 665 Landa St Tuesday, May 24, at 10 a.m. to 11:30 am Coroa at 9:30 am Lucille Douma will review Leaving Homa by Art Buohwald. Bring a friend. Quests, $2 donation. Flee her Reunten, May 28 at Landa Park Pavillion #6. Eat at 12:30. Everybody welcome. Bring oompiets covered dish, utensils, and drinks. Call 697-3531 or 625-3930 for information. The annual spring meeting and cleanup of the BmRhaow Valley Cemetery will be held at 9 am on Saturday, May 28. All interested people are urged to attend. Call 904-4526 for information. Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Department Annual Membership meeting is 7:30 p.m., June 10 at Startz Hall in Startzvite. Contact David Thompson at 964-2676 if you wish to nominate a director, and cad Terry Wyatt at 964-3830 or 899-5144 to propose a bylaw change. AAA ChBtiteow af AloohaBoPi a 12-Step Support Group, meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. st St John's Episcopal Church, 912 Guenther. For more information, calf Connie at 606-0647. 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Phoenix Hatohbaok, Rune great) $780. 620-0417 88 RIVIERA Whit*, gray teether, ate. climate control, wire ceps new Royal taal baa, road tauting. 04K mites, Em. oond. Altar 6. 826-0207 Exc. oond. 30,000 orig milos. $3600 civtf). Firm. $20-1430._ '81 JAGUAR XJ6 4/dr, sunroof, British racing grain, tether, AM/FM OOM, air, low mites, ax. pond. $7400. 007-277$. '83 FLEETWOOD CADILLAC Loaded, 22 mpg, sharp $2796. 808-7982. ’64 BUICK REGAL Ugh! btu*. t2,OOO mite. UM ooa-uot. IOO Tubal IOO r NEED A CAR? I san help ever ISO uses eels and trucks ready for | Immsdiats datively. Credit’No-Problem % Call I -800-800-0302. Ask for Ran# Drive Today! Gray, 117,500 miles. Good oond., needs vary minor replacements 8 possibly paint fob. $2800 CASH. 906-3741_ 91 Chevy Caprice Elegant dark blue. 49,300 mites. Loaded. New Urea. Just toned. Denar going overseas. 911.600. 608-1633._ 91 SPIRIT AM/FM, cruise, vary good oond. 9 Nego 620-0631 A 86 CHRY. 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