New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 29, 1996, Page 2

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 29, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2 A a Heratd-Zeitung a Wednesday, May 29,1996 a boost from Rotarian Wenzel got exciting things happening in our outdoor patio! Come Boneless Sun-Miy 2 6-My I S Migi.y Tuts-Mjy 28 ‘Ii" Night' Pjirsted Fo r I- ,'oMj) JO 'Scigwrittr s Night” Brenda Freed Sa!-Junt I Mur ’r Ti er SGjry st Irene s Wed J g un the pjtiO) Kids 10 A under est FREE from Children’s Menu ^Frozr* MAftSAfttTA ^SPECIALS ^ Call 629-3311 For Pick-up Window \ From Staff Reports Larry Wenzel, New Braunfels* Rotarian Optician, donated 150 pair of eyeglasses to the New Braunfels* Noon Lions for the Lions’ Eyeglass Bank. Wenzel said he read an article in die Get IO issue of the Herald-Zatmg in which Dr. David Way, ophthalmologist, New Braunfels* Dr. Mitch Sacco, and Lion Joe Wort participated in a medical mission to Qmcun, Mexico. “Patients leave their old glasses when they receive new ones. It doesn’t take long to accumulate a big supply.” Wenzel said. Wenzel said he donated the glasses on behalf ofdie New Braunfels Rotary Chib. Historically, civic chibs are in competition, but when an opportunity is presented to cooperate in such a worthwhile endeavor, then personal affiliations are overlooked. Dr. Way accepted the glasses on behalf of die medical mission organized by the First Presbyterian Church of San Antonio. Dr. Way said, “It is impossible to know die magnitude of the need for eyeglasses in impoverished areas. Each pair will be refurbished and delivered where they are accepting on behalf of the Non- BfmH fels Noon Lions. “With the cost of eyewear prohfil tive to many people, the generosity^B those contributing used eyeweafe;V?j most appreciated.    y “While the Cancun mission is cpgl rent. die need tor this service is woJ||| wide. It is a service Lions Interred Jj|l a1 provides Any Lion. anywhere, vHj accept used eyeglasses. These glasH[ go to an eye bank where they |||| cleaned, remounted, identified to pHj sorption and packaged for deliver^! “Collecting used eyewear is just <B||J of the many services the Lions’ IntEl national supports to eradicate eye (8| ease and blindness. I assure anyc^H donating used eyewear that it will biggl blessing to someone with a si^S impairment”    BBH Wenzel, on behalf of the Rota! Club, thanked Dr. Way and Lion wj||J for their humanitarian efforts. He smjM "I hope that someday I might parting pate in such a mission.”    ^ Lion Worl told him, “Hang in thdl Larry, they’ll get around to you sooner than you think.” The medical mission to Mexico is an annual event sponsored by the First Presbyterian Church of San Antonio NOW OPEN!!! Breustedt Coffee Haus Coffee/Sweets/Antiques 6a.rn.-10p.m. Dally 160 Hwy 46 S.-New Braunfels Between N.B Smokehouse & Cheveron GIFT BOOKS A VAI! Alii I WALNUT 6 629-6400 IM 35 and Walnut Ave. 7VinTBK III IIN MUNI „ Daly I 1:204:20 7:204:45. noiaiu*4.uiim vy pnuiu uy mivnntu. wnniwua. Dr. Henry Hull end Dr. David Way accept eyglasses donated by Optician Larry Wenzel. Student! aalactad to make the trip to Germany this summer through the Wuratfeet Association student Exchange Program with Braunfels, Germany, are Cheryl Dunn, Allison Dietary Stacy Stainbech and Chria Bundt They na pit lured ami retinalship CownHttit Chs#irww Frank liflHlw ■ ——-a    ^ t^a a we * - n. , wining ana wurnresi rrtsmnt nusiy Brancn. Wurstfest Association to send four students to Germany NOW OPEN Home Furnishings, Accessories and Gifts 1627 New Braunfels Street Gruene Behind The Cottage 629-2726 Mission Imposssible laftool 7:00 *25j Spy Hqrd I PG-131 1:303:30 5:30 7:35 ^^35. flipper l*AI'I I l<M J AN I i hah W.mii l&l PERSONAL Boat si eroroeo MIC Mf HE mum EU Dob 1:154:35 7:159:40 .....- ■ -J WKU OMK TO TI IF. wmiiiNC. noun C Rift FT® Dob X 12:45 2:50 4:557:30 he Presented in I M8UWII1 IMI DIGITAL ate BRAUMTEX 625-4411 290 W. San Antonio SI.50 ALL SHOWS SI.50 towny And ammi Fri-Sun Moft-Thurl T/im dit ITA Frt-Sei Mon-Thur SOI. BIL Kl) 2.4)0 4:00 5159.10 STEVE MARTIN m 7:00*00 Four students have been selected to ttikepatintheannual Wurstfest Association Partnership Exchange Program with Braunfels, Germany, this summer. They are Cheryl Dunn and Stacy Steinbach from the Comal Independent School District and Chris Brandt and Allison Dietert from the New Braunfels Independent School District Participants and their parents will attend a briefing on Thursday, May 30, to receive instructions regarding their trip and visit with students and parents who took part in the exchange program last year. The students will leave from San Antonio July 5 and have the unique Obituary jiff W. Aralia Erne W. Preiss of New Braunfels died Tuesday, May 28,1996, at Eden Home at the age of 87. Graveside services will be at 2:30 pm Wednesday, May 29. 1996, at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Them will be no visitation at ZoeHer Funeral Home. opportunity to be in Braunfels during foe city’s 750th year celebration. They will return from Germany with their counterparts Aug. I. ybeSer. ZSraez rnTaw Funeral arrangements ate pending at Zoeller Funeral Home for Howard Nowotny of New Braunfels. Ik died Wednesday at Colonial Manor at the age of 79. LM ERC LM \ EYEGL VSS SERVICE Q]|j§|g$ made while you wait One hour or less for most prescriptions. Creative Eyewear 844 N. Walnut St New Braunfels, TX 78130 (210)625-9770 s I   _ _ ■ye Thursday    Friday    Saturday/Sunday Fajita Buffet $5.95 Catfish Buffet $6.95 Breakfast Buffet $4.95 BBQ Buffet $8.50 We’ve rn xii' enjoy mm rn rn rn rn X w V lr Hun. 4 Hwy 46 & 81 • 625-2416 Thurs/FrL 6pm-9pm, Sat/Sun: 8am-9pm Thurs/Fri: LA| Not valid with other offers. Discount good in the Yard 'Tlteat 'TJtcvi&et OPEN M0N-FRI 9-6:30 • SAT 8:30-6:00 1644 McQueeney New Braunfels • 210-625-3510 y&ller-22=5 JL-SFUN£KfiLHOMt GUADALUPE'S BEST DINER {located below Canyon Dam) You are Invited!. MEXICAN POCC Friday Nights 5 p.m. to IO p.m STEAR NICUT & SANDS Saturday Nights 5 p.m. to IO p.m. live Bands in the Dam Red Bam Saturday, June I SOUTHBOUND "lf    You Can Find The Dam, You Can Find U&l" for information, Call 907-2268 or (800) 923-2378 ^Boneless • U.S.D.A. Choice Top Sirloin Steak Cry-O-VAC Brisket r.dra.TdftlllipnWI^UU^i.Vel Choice U.S.D. A. 7 Bone Center Cut Chuck Roast Choice U.S.D.A. Beef Short Ribs Pork Cutlets ^Chicker^ried Steak ^^H*189lb U.S.D.A. Boneless “Fresh" Sicken Breast V “Double Breast” |Bud & Bud LightH 18 Pack 12 oz cans 1Mf MST BBBB* IPMCBS Frozen, Cut and Wrap ii Beef    1.49 Hindquarter    1.63 Forequarter    1.39 N Seguin St ___ J?' C.mcun Rest v McQueeney Rd (ii.m/in s ", Me.ti M.uket jlill‘/Wlllltiiff(71ff/i,/it/f!///l///l‘l>llHtllllitfltl]f)ltlllUvMvtl9ll>H'«/rt///<///l'lfllll<llliitJMtlHlillllU\)Ult/ll//A///i'llllhgimiL)Mll>tldil4lvMHi4UiliMdti’i>u.i.iatut\i.uu>i Lettuce SOP each Luge Fresh Tomatoes sop ll rn California oranges ii dirxi»«8i»»i#a»-ie#.AL»m»llv»\%*un»%a»t.■ut.ii,.» ■»«e,raa.fu.% » uD*D%e»*»i.      ....----- -    --------- ---- ^ Specials Good May 29-June 5, While Market Items Last vin v\ vv\w\.un wuinimuwmt l i\>. mrmill i imiwv'iNMmmm unit loin nm i ili AA\mm\\\ mu \u lim rill i mi mum nill ll \ fill! IIUIJ///JII/ UMii IIMIWIIIIllWlilllllll mum iiuiniikt.iiji inn ;

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