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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 11, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Stammtisch Tuesday April HeraldZeitung 5 Musicians needed Members of the Comal Community Band want to increase the size of the organization prior to beginning a busy spring performance schedule No audi tion is required and there is no cost involved with membership in the band Anyone interested in joining need only attend rehearsals at each Thursday at the New Braunfels Middle School at 659 S Guenther St The band hall faces Butcher Street For informa tion call Ken McGuire at 6257728 Swim passes The New Braunfels Parks and Recre ation Department is now selling season swim passes Resident swim passes which include pools and Prince Solms Tube Chute are 15 for children ages 517 for adults ages 1859 and for senior citizens ages 60 plus Resident family passes are Non resident passes are for children ages 517 for adults and for senior citizens Nonresident family passes are Nonresident passes include the swimming pools only For information call 6082160 or visit the parks office in Landa Park Peer counseling The Comal County Family Womens Center is starting group peer counseling for survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault Individu als who have experienced violence in their family or have been sexually assaulted in the past are encouraged to use this opportunity to explore how these events have impacted their lives While joining with others in the thera peutic process Family violence groups will be held Monday evenings at 6 and Wednesday mornings at 10 Sexual assault and incest survivor groups will be Tuesdays at 6 and Wednes day mornings at 11 Interested individuals can call Patty Bray at 620 7520 to set up a pregroup appoint ment There is no fee for services pro vided through the Womens Center The center is in need of donations of postage stamps volunteers threering notebooks digital and infant ther mometers and a new sturdy vacuum Were Meeting New Braunfels High School Grad uates of 1935 will hold a class reunion June 24 at Schwamkrugs Steakhouse Happy hour from 1 to dinner at 3 Museum Chapter of the Ml Hum mel Club meets at 7 Tuesday April 11 at the museum Call Pat Bryant at 9072118 for information The Eagles Auxiliary will have a membership party Tuesday April 11 Buffet served at Entertain ment to follow All members are urged to attend Bring a prospective mem ber and if they want to participate in contests they are to bring an Easter decorated paper plate and a hat to be worn in the Easter Parade Careglver Support Group meets April 12 at 3 at the Comal County Senior Center 655 Landa or call Jan Harrison at 6298181 for informa tion Bereavement Support Group meets April 13 at 3 at the Comal County Senior Center 655 Landa St Call Jan Harrison at 6298181 for infor mation The monthly dinner meeting of the New Braunfels Class of 1942 will not be held next Friday April 14 All class mates are encouraged to attend as many activities and functions of the Sesquicentennial Celebration as pos sible The next regular dinner meeting will be May 12 at Krauses Cafe For information call Jim Rheinlaender at 6255445 The New Braunfels Area Quilt Guild will meet Saturday April 15 at at the New Braunfels Chris tian Church Fellowship Hall on Loop 337 Membership is open to everyone April 15 the Hill Country Chapter of National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance will hold its meeting at Lordy Lordy Denise is 40 Love Gary April and Clint rax Aid AARP Tax Aid began Feb 1 and April 15 except for Feb 20 Help is available at the public library Tuesday noon to Thursday from 10 to 1 and Saturday to 1 Senior Cit izens Center Monday from 8 to noon Wednesday from 1 to 5 and Saturday from 9 to 1 and the Canyon Lake Action Center Wednesday from 1 to 4 and Saturday from 9 to noon Bring your 1993 return and 1994 information Books sought The Friends of Dittlinger Memorial Library are eagerly seeking books puz zles video and audio cassettes and oth er appropriate items for their fall book sale Please take the items to the library or call 6292359 to arrange for pick up Plaza Nites The Plaza will come alive with New Braunfels music each Thursday night in April The concerts run from 7 to 8 Bring lawn chairs and picnics Remaining concerts set for the Plaza Nitcs scries are Clay Blaker April 13 Rosie y los Muchachos April 20 and Terri Hendrix April 27 Community worship First Protestant Church will host the New Braunfels Good Friday Commu nity Worship Service at April 14 in the main Sanctuary The New Braunfels Ministerial Alliance is sponsoring the communitywide wor ship service therefore pastors from a variety of churches are scheduled to participate in the service Public invit ed Shooting match New Braunfels Schueten Vercin will host a special match Saturday April 15 at noon Guests will be a team of 10 shooters from Braunfels Germany A 30piece band will accompany the Ger man marksmen to provide entertain ment for all Special pins and medals have been ordered and a barbecue meal will be served after to 10shot rest and 10shot offhand match and special Erentheibe contest A small replica of the clubs banner originally presented in 1899 has been prepared and will be presented also For information call 6094110 Bake sale The members of the community of the northern portion of Guadalupc County are sponsoring their annual preEaster bake sale to benefit the York Creek Volunteer Fire Department The sale will begin at Sat urday April 15 at the PacnSac locat ed at the entrance to Southridge Estates on Hwy 123 Anyone wishing to donate baked goods or small craft items related to Easter bring them ear ly that morning The sale will last until noon Lions Club BBQ The Marion Lions Club will be sell ing delicious barbecue on Saturday April 15 from 11 until 4 in downtown Marion across from Help ing Hand Hardware Please support this worthwhile fundraiser and help the Marion Lions better serve the needs of the community Hummingbird seminar Schulz Nursery in Marion will be featuring a hummingbird seminar at 10 on Saturday April 15 James Middleton from the San Antonio Audubon Society will be the guest speaker The door prize is free regis tration for two at the celebration in Rockport Admission is free and the public is invited to attend Garden Ridge candidates presentation Meet the sponsored by the Garden Ridge Area Republican Women will be held Mon day April 17 at Paul Davis Park Prior to a presentation of candidates for Gar den Ridge Mayor two Alderman posi tions and Comal ISO Board Trustee at 7 an optional dinner of barbe cue or comdog and fries will be offered Food service will begin at 6 Please purchase dinner tickets in advance from GRARW members or at Forest Waters Club 21320 Water Wood Drive MondayFriday 9 Victoria Bank and Trust in the Schnei der room 1000 N Walnut from 3 to 5 Call Johnny at 6254782 for information The New Braunfels Republican Women will meet at Molly Joes Restaurant on April 17 at noon Who Speaks for the Family will be the sub ject of Anne Newmans Address New man is cohost of San Antonio Talks on KSLR Radio which features the Capitol Report every Monday She is the direc tor of the Family Research Center in San Antonio All parents are welcome to attend this meeting AARP will meet April 18 at the Senior Citizen Center Meeting will start at Refreshments will be served from 9 to Members hav ing birthdays in April are asked to fur nish cookies Members are asked to pickup your tickets for a catered meal to be served at the May 16 meeting hon oring Mothers Day New members and guests are invited The Eagles Auxiliary will have their social meeting on Tuesday April 18 at Officers are to meet at 7 Nomination of officers for 199596 will be on the business order La Leche League of New Braun fels will meet Wednesday April 19 at 10 in the meeting room of NBNB Center North 1000 N Walnut St Breastfeeding mothers and babies and mothersto be interested in breast feeding are welcome For information call Dana at 6251240 or Mary at 609 2889 Canyon Lake Republican Women will visit the Texas Legislature in lieu of the usual meeting on April 19 We will meet at the Justice of the Peace park ing lot in Saltier behind the VFW build ing Everyone interested in going should be there by We will carpool to Austin and report to the office of Rep Edmund Kuempel our host who is arranging a guided tour for us to see the new addition before going to the legislative chambers Luncheon arrangements will be finalized later The telephone committee will take reservations when they make their calls The 20th Reunion of the New Braun fels Toastmasters will be May 27 at Tree Tops Restaurant 404 E San Antonio St at Call 6256680 by May 13 for reservations The New Braunfels Great Books Discussion Group begins a new series this fall Meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays each month from 2 to 4 in the Vic toria Bank and Trust assembly room New participants always welcome Please call 6254187 for more infor mation Take Off Pounds Sensibly a non profit weight loss organization meet ing and location are now at Laurel Plaza Apartments 300 Laurel Lane in the Dining Room on Tuesday Weigh in at 6 to beginning on March 21 Information contact 625 8860 VFW Post 7110 at 600 Peace Street and Ladies Aux meets every second Wednesday at 5 Call 651 9739 or 651 9679 for more information Spass Tag The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post and its Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor a Spass Tag Fun Day at the Post Home at 600 Peace Avenue April 19 from noon until 6 This is a Sesquicentennial Event with free admission and free parking The menu of pioneertype food consists of open faced sandwiches featuring smoked dry sausage ham cooked cheese and herbbutter German potato salad tra ditional German homemade cookies and coffee cakes coffee and lemon ade Free musical entcrtainmcnf by area accordionists adult and children German singing groups and children dance group will be provided through out the afternoon Attendance prizes will be given away every 30 minutes The public is encouraged to participate in various games that were popular with the ear ly immigrants Target shooting bean bag toss horseshoes and washers will be available Winners will be able to select their prizes from more than worth of merchandise donated by area businesses CASA benefit The April 20 performance of Orphans of the Guadalupc at New Braunfels Circle Arts Theatre will ben efit CASA of Central Texas CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates acts as a voice for children caught up in the court system because of abuse or neglect CASA volunteers arc assigned to cases by judges to make sure the childs interests are represent ed For tickets call 6205536 Natures Way The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offer ing this months Natures Way Pioneer Walk for all ages Historical walk with the park ranger during this Sesquicen tennial celebration of New Braunfels Learn history of Landa park and New Braunfels The program is Friday April 21 from 4 to at the Landa Park new gazebo behind the parks office The fee will be per person Preregistration is required and will be taken until April 20 at the parks office at 110 Golf Course Road on week days For more information call 608 2160 Barbecue tickets The New Braunfels Fire Department Auxiliary is one of the organizations chosen to sell barbecue tickets for the Sesquicentennial Barbecue on April 22 No tickets will be sold the day of the barbecue sales will close April 17 If you would like to purchase your tickets from the Auxiliary they will be at Fire Station 337 on Saturday April 1 from 11 and 4 Please come to the back parking Evening of German Entertainment Civic Center April 20 7 Admission at the Sponsored by the GermanAmerican Society 210 6256330 The program will begin with a concert by the Stadtkapelle from Braunfels Germany Horst Schoen bcck from Essen Germany will play 2 solos on the piano The Folk dancers will perform authentic dances and the local singing group Harmonie Gemischter Chor will sing A sing along and reception after the perfor mance will end the musical Stammtisch is a German word for a silling place for members of the community to gather and share the days events We invite you to share with us Send submissions to HeraldZeitung Stammtisch 707 Landa St New Braunfels TX Deborah Stokes I DONT KNOW WHAT I WANT TO DO BUT I KNOW THAT IM NOT DOING IT SOUND FAMILIAR WE CAN HELP HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS COLLEGE STUDENT ADULTS THIN KING OF A CAREER CHANGE 2106080033 MEDICINE 264 West Mill Street New Braunfels Texas Office Hours Sam 5pm MondayFriday 6292040 Medicare Assignment Accepted New Patients Welcome in 1995 Deal Joanna PkvfLd Shades Buy One Get Second for lif iif r CM i ilur m J O A N N A R HOAD I N T R I O R S in 1995 Deal Joanna Vertical Blind i Rebate by mail wilh each purchase of a Vertical Blind Mi I inriti IHI I JOANNA liiliiUlTi w i N i i i f n H N T H R I O R S Clear Spring Medical be closed Wednesday April 12 from am until RAY SCHOCH NEWBRAUNFELS CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 2 Clearly the Qualified Candidate Proven Community Leader Proven Business Experience Solid Dependable Trustworthy A Voice for Harmony on the City Council CPA Understands Budgets and Finances Concerned About the Environment and Crime Vote Saturday May Pd Pol Ad Charlene SoecbUng 146 Cardinal New Braunfels TX 78130 Broadcast Live on KGNB radio Cross Lutheran Church Missouri Synod 169 S Hickory New Braunfels Texas 78130 2106253666 Easter Sunrise Service am at Cross Lutheran Church Breakfast am Sunday Study am Easter am Holy Week Worship Schedule Maundy Thursday Service pm Good Friday Service pm WERE FIGHTING DRUGS AND ALCOHOL WITH A SPECIAL AGENT Dave KMurt Pit j iti J050JH 35 Host Suiu 500 New Braunfck Every year thousands of Nationwide Insurance agents go back to high school to get students involved in the Nationwide Insurance Prom Promise A program that gives kids the chance to commit to an alcohol and drug free prom night And while teenagers 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