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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 7, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 12 p P Sunday January Stammtisch Maternity classes 1 McKenna Memorial Hospital Mater nity Center is offering a free preadfnis sion class to women planning to deliv er their babies at McKenna You will get information about a typical stay breastand bottlefeeding infant care and birthing options A maternity cen ter tour and preadmission forms will be provided You are welcometo bring your husband or a guest Call 606 9111 ext 252 to leave a message A nurse will return your call and talk about class times and sign up Well child physicals Well child physicals are provided at the Comal County Health Department for children on Medicaid from birth to five years of age Well child check ups include nutritional assessment growth and development assessment vision and hearing tests anemia screen ing blood lead testing complete phys ical examinations and immunizations These physicals are provided by a reg istered nurse and are by appointment only For information or to schedule an appointment please contact the Health Department at 6205595 Thinking of starting a business If you want to start a business or even are just thinking about it then a startup orientation might just be what you need The session will provide you with basic start up information includ ing Small Business Development Cen ter checklist for going into business startup financing and SBA loan appli cation procedures and an overview of the business plan outline To register call the New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce at 6252385 Free jonammograms Free mammograms are offered to women over age 50 who meet income and other requirements For informa tion on whether you qualify and how to get a free mammogram call Melisa Garcia at 6253471 Cancer volunteers available The American Cancer Society of Comal County has some volunteer dri vers to take cancer patients for treat ment Call Road to Recovery at 625 3252 or 6295717 More drivers are still needed Immunization clinics Immunization clinics are available at the Comal County Health Department The general public may receive immu nizations each Tuesday or Thursday from 8 to 11 or 1 to 4 on a walkin basis Appointments are available for infants and toddlers from birth to two years Minor chil dren must be accompanied by an adult and written consent of parent or guardian must be given for each visit Vaccines cannot be administered on an empty stomach Special clinics are held in Sattler and at schools in the county Call 6205595 for appointment times dates and immunization fee schedules Hepatitis B vaccine Hepatitis B vaccine is now avail able to all adults at the Comal County Health Department For fee schedule and hours call the Health Department at 6205595 Pap smears Pap smears for women are available the fourth Wednesday of each month at the Comal County Health Department Any woman in need of a routine pap smear who does not require birth con trol may schedule an appointment by calling 6205595 AIDS services The Alamo Area Resource Center a San Antonio based service agency will provide an unprecedented outreach of services to the positive citizens of Pub lic health Region 8 which includes Comal County as well as Gonzales Guadalupe Karnes Atascosa Frio Medina Bandera Kerr Kendall Gille spie and Wilson counties Among the services being offered are case management onsite trans portation assistance housing assistance food vouchers medical and dental referrals food stamp and SSI applica tion assistance as well as mental health and substance abuse counseling Con tact Ms Lupe Montalvo case manag er or Randy Hinkle case management administrator at 18003082437 Vaccine available Pneumococcal Pneumonia infects up to people per year in the United States with more than deaths occurring as a result A vaccine is available which provides excellent protection against 23 of the most com mon types of Pneumococcal Bacteria This vaccine is recommended for adults who have chronic illness including heart or lung disease diabetes alco holism HIV cancer kidney or liver disease or for adults age 65 years or TODAYS CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Donated 5 Heroic tales 10 Greek cheese 14 Verve 15 Panama or Suez 16 Test 17 Decomposes 18 Jargon 19 Grease 20 Cats or Oklahoma 22 Greek letter 24 Millstones product 26 Chili beans 27 Black eye 30 Salary increase 32 Swear 33 Cut in small cubes 34 Pencil end 38 Muhammad 39 Adage 42 Genetic material 43 Crush 45 Members of the flock 46 French king 48 Spy 50 Updates the clock 51 Actress Sanford 54 Bushed 56 Pixies 58 Gliders need 62 Plunder 63 Nurse Barton 65 away spend lazily 66 Columnist Bombeck 67 Biblical weeds 68 Russian emperor 69 Bench or chair 70 Saccharine 71 Chopped DOWN 1 Nucleus 2 Baseball family name 3 Tanks 4 Naval officers 5 Rich pastry 6 Buckets 7 Tavern 8 Zoo enclosure 9 More careless 10 Jaguars 11 Rejoice 12 Off limits 13 Prayer endings 21 Inch along 23 Sibling ol bro 25 Hot dish holders 27 Ripoil 28 Hawaiian dance 29 Novelist Murdoch PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 1496 1996 Uniled Fealurc Syndicale 31 Experts 33 under Australia 35 to ones word 36 Single quantity 37 Deep voice 40 Keeps in office 41 Mix 44 Environment 47 Big bird 49 Obtain 50 Meal 51 Wight and Capri 52 Fern part 53 Scent 55 Thick soup 57 Cabbage salad 59 Woodworking tool 60 Blemish 61 Sea bird 64 We the World older Unlike flu vaccine this vaccine may be given at anytime of the year The vaccine is available at the Comal County Health Department every Tues day and Thursday between the hours of 8 and 11 or 1 to 4 For further information please tele phone the Health Department at 620 5595 Moms and tots A morns and tots play group a place where moms and preschoolers can interact together and meet new people has formed Meeting place is St Paul Lutheran Church 181 S Santa Clara second floor kindergarten room from 11 to Bring lunch Group meets every Wednesday Call Jane at 6296325 or Mary at 9643141 for information Bingo night Saints Peter and Paul Bingo every Sunday at 7 Smoke free bingo American Legion Post 35 holds smoke free bingo every Saturday night at the Sportsman Club on Kowald Lane Early Bird starts at 7 and regular games start at Food is available starting at 6 Weekly bingo The Fraternal Order of Eagles will hold their weekly bingo at 257 E South Street starting at 7 Food and drink are available with the kitchen serving sandwiches chalupas home made pastries other food items Ice cream and cold drinks area available from the bar Doors open at Improve your bridge Learn to play bridge or improve your bridge playing Call Andys Aces at 6292778 or the New Braunfels Senior Center at 6294547 Bingo night The Fraternal Order of Eagles has bingo every Thursday night Early bird starts at 7 with sandwiches and homemade pastries and other food items from the kitchen Business counseling The business counselor from UTSAs School of Business is in the Chamber of Commerce office every Tuesday to offer counseling in topics of interest to anyone in business or con sidering starting a business Topics cover financing personnel business planning taxes expansion and many others Also the Business StartUp orientation was well received and will be offered the first Tuesday of each month Appointments may be made for individual counseling and for the orientation by calling 6252385 The service is free and confidential Bingo night Bingo night every Thursday at Our Lady of Perpetual Hall New Braunfels Early Bird Christmas tree recycling The City of New Braunfels and New Braunfels Utilities will sponsor the 9th annual Christmas Tree Recycling Pro gram in Landa Park beginning Dec 26 An area in the swimming pool parking lot will be designated as the site to receive the trees Remove nails and other metal fasteners from the trees to protect the employees and the chip pers used to convert the trees into mulch Chorus rehearsals Rehearsals for the MidTexas Sym phony Chorus will begin Sunday Jan 7 at 2 in Ayers Hall at Texas Lutheran College For information call Fred Frueholz at 6256420 Community Chorale The New Braunfels Community Chorale begins rehearsals for the new season Tuesday Jan 9 at 7 down stairs in the Friendship Room at Eden Home For information call Fred Frue holz at 6256420 Grand Squares The Grand Squares 34th anniver sary dance will be from 7 to Jan 8 at the Live Oak Civic Cen ter 8101 Pat Booker Road There will be a country after party with Slim Roberts and the InLaws and OutLaws Band Marshall Flippo guest caller Bam dance chuck wagon buffet coun try store Public invited Bridal Showcase The New Braunfels Bridal Associa tion will host its 15th annual Bridal Showcase Jan 9 at the New Braun fels Civic Center Doors open at Admission is per person See newspaper ad for coupon Visit wedding service consultants and see the bridal fashion show Door prizes and refreshments Grand prize is two round trip tickets on Continental Air lines to San Francisco Krueger to speak The Unitarian Universalists will have Bob Krueger ambassador to Burun di his wife Kathleen share some personal experiences and knowl edge about the African country of Burundi on Wednesday Jan 10 at at 300 Lincoln the home of Thea Chessher With a better understanding of different cultures traditions and reli gions we can hopefully better under stand our own All interested people are invited to attend Pest control Gardenville founder and Master Gar dener Malcolm Beck will discuss safe pest control methods and organic gar dening and landscaping techniques Wednesday Jan 17 at at the Bracken Volunteer Fire Department Community Hall Sponsored by the Garden Ridge Area Womens Club the program is free and open to the public Call Jerrie at 6515926 or Dorothy at 6515691 Lil Abner on stage Al Capps musical Lil Abner will be presented by the Canyon High School Fine Arts Department Jan 18 and 19 at 7 and on Jan 21 at 3 in the Canyon High School Com mons Tickets go on sale Monday Jan 8 at 8 in the CHS office for adults for students Capacity is lim ited so buy tickets early No reserved seating Tickets will be available at the door also Call Jean Wood at 6256251 for information Garage sale The Heritage Society of New Braun fels is sponsoring a garage sale Satur day Jan 20 from 9 to 3 at the storage building across from the Wurstfest grounds on Landa St Pro ceeds from this sale will benefit the Heritage Societys projects for 1996 For more information call 6296504 Red Cross needs helpers An orientation will be held at McKenna Memorial Hospital Satur day Jan 20 at 9 Volunteers are needed at the hospital and at the nurs ing homes If interested contact Lola Behrens at 6259764 Dog obedience class The city of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offer ing a course in basic dog obedience taught by Stephanie Heinrich The class will meet for eight weeks beginning Feb 5 Classes will meet Monday evenings from 6 to 7 at the Landa Recreation Center The fee is For information call 6082167 STUMPED Call for Answers t 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