New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 10, 1996, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 10, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 10, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas ‘ • Herald-Zeitung O Sunday, November 10,1996 QUAPersonals Coleman Associates congratulate Henry Alcala, third ahHt blowmold operator, on live years of outstanding service. Pictured with Henry is Blowmold Department Manager Devid Simon. A sell-out crowd was packed into next day the group enjoyed tours of the Rodman Naval Station officer’s club on Oct. 16 for the Panamanian Oktoberfest debut of Ed and Marlene Kadlecek and “The Fun Bunch.” And fun it was as Ed went through the polkas, waltzes and' specialty numbers with Marlene assisting with the dances. They danced, they sang from specially printed song sheets, they ate German sausage and they drank horn kegs of Bitburger draft beer brought in directly from Germany courtesy of the German ambassador to Panama. The ambassador voiced his pleasure at the Oktoberfest quality and similarity of the music when he met with Ed and Marlene to discuss future events in the Panama City area to be sponsored by the embassy. The Oktoberfest was sponsored by “The American Society of Panama” (of which Ed and Marlene are members) and co-sponsored by the German-Panamanian Chamber of Commerce. These groups are very active in the Panama City area and Ed and Marlene have been assured of future events after the great success of the Oktoberfest. The band consisted of Ed on his accordion, Marlene on vocals and tambourine, Nancy Guenther on the 'trumpet, her husband Robert Guenther on the drums and Mario ‘ Mareno from Panama City on the bass guitar. Nancy and Robert were flown in for the event by the sponsors. Mario is a local Panamanian working in Ed’s office and who has his own rhythm and blues group which plays the Panama City area. Mario used the band’s tapes to become acclimated and then had one practice session when Nancy arrived in the country. Marlene Peters also flew in from New Braunfels for the event, and the the Panama Canal and locks the original Panama City that was sacked by the pirate Captain Henry Morgan, the church with the golden altar, the Panamanian National Theater, shopping in the bazaar, touring the military bases and going over the bridge of the Americas to Ed and Marlene’s home where they swam, relaxes and enjoyed some good Texas outdoor cooking. Ed and Marlene will be coming back to the United States to play their 12-day Panama Canal Cruise on Feb. 28, 1997. This will be a great cruise with Ed, Marlene, Nancy and Robert joined by the incomparable Barry Roberts and the inimitable Gene Hackamack. Information for this event is available from Ascot Travel in New Braunfels; ask for Wilton Wamecke. The Heart & Vascular Institute of Texas announced the Dr. Mo Zeineddin, FACC, FACP, joined the group Friday and will begin cardiac patient care for HAVIT in its New Braunfels and Seguin offices. Dr. Zeineddin has been in private practice in Beaumont and Nederland, Texas, since 1988. He recently served as codirects. the cardiovaL ular lab at the Baptist Hospital in Beaumont and as chief of cardiology at Mid-Jefferson County Hospital in Nederland. Dr. Zeineddin received his medical doctorate degree with honors from Damascus University Medical School in Syria in 1982. He then Dr. Mo Zeineddin MENTION THIS AD AND RECEIVE 10% OFF!! VISIT OUR CLIMATE CONTROLLED (210) 620-7473 MOW. SAN AMIDMOST. *NEW HAIMES HUMIDOR! HAVING A BAD HAIR DAY? HOW MUCH DO YOUR FEET HURT?    ARE    YOUR    SHOULDERS    TENSE? YESH! 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Two offices are located in San Antonio with the main office at the Greenspoint Building near Northeast Baptist Hospital and the Toepperwein office near Northeast Methodist Hospital. HAVIT offers complete cardiovascular care and wellness through prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cardiac rehabilitation. For more information, call the New Braunfels office .at 609-9058 or come by 652 N. Houston, Suite 2, or call the main office at I- 800-622-8998. Texas Commerce Bank National Association is pleased to announce the promotion of Nancy Hargrove to assistant vice president. She is a graduate of New Braunfels High School, attended West Texas State University and San Antonio College and is a graduate of the Leadership New Braunfels Class of 1995. She has been employed by Texas Commerce Bank since 1979 and currently is assigned to the Technology Services and Financial Accounting departments for the San Antonio region. Pam Seagert of New Braunfels will be honored at San Antonio College at a scholastic achievement oaranony. SIM is on the President’s Craig Cadded Nancy Hargrove Honors List for part-time students who achieved a 4.0 grade point average for the 1996 spring semester. Seagert works in San Antonio as a clinical data analyst for a research firm and is a homemaker as well. Craig Cadded, age 18, area VII vice president of the Future Farmers of America Association will represent the state as an official delegate to the convention Nov. 14 to 16 in Kansas City, Mo. Caddell will join 474 state FFA officers and representatives from all 50 states who will conduct the business of ihe National FFA organization during special sessions of the convention. Caddell is the son of Jackie and Darlene Caddell of New Braunfels and is a member of the Canyon FFA Chapter. The national FFA convention is the culmination of a year’s activities for FFA members. This year’s convention theme, “Leadership with a Vision,” symbolizes FFA’s mission to empower students to create a vision for themselves and for agriculture, and to become leaders for the next generation. The Canyon High School FFA livestock judging team is fortunate to attend and judge at the national level, because of the team’s win at the state level. The team consists of Justin Dunlap, Erie Holt, Corbee Wunderlich, Nick Ploch and Jason Bloch. Craig Caddell will be representing the state of Texas at the National FFA Convention as a delegate who will propose laws and leadership goals for the national FFA. Lance Jonas, the CHS agricultural science teacher, said that it is an honor attend and be able to judge at the national convention. Heather Woods Sanders of New Braunfels was inducted into the Austin College Athletic Hall of Honor during homecoming activities on the campus Oct. 20. Sanders, a four-year letter winner in volleyball, was named to TIAA Academic All-Conference and NAIA Academic All-District during her AC career. Named most valuable player each season, she was also namaiMbur va rn Auxillary! e Its Every Wed Night at 6 OO. Public Invited Lie. »17404836177 American Legion Post 179 410 W. Coll, New Braunfels (Acron from lh* library) • 625-0179 Every Friday Night In The Lounge - Don Maynard FREE Initial Consultation Are you a victim of pain or illness? In my 16 years of experience I’ve helped thousands of people enjoy life again. My unique type of cars nm Ma yay* tsp. 608-9392 Dr. John Albert Schmidt Upper Cervical Specific Chiropractor Acupuncturist Insurance Accepted    Medicare    Provider for loaughing, Loving, -Caring and Charing V-\/■; \ CM>‘ We'visgot4^T a txp)anee (^Thanksgiving card* and gift*, for you to ehdo^r f^rifcfpj^Slhyour friend* and loved one*. ©ecttuse T+ieRe* no plaice ukc homo fob rue tioypim av% OLLBRECHTS A 8 M A C Y Heather Woods Sanders seasons to the all-conference team and once to the all-district squad. She is now a math teacher, volleyball coach and assistant track coach at New Braunfels High School. Sanders is a member of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, Texas High School Girls Coaches Association and United States Volleyball Association. David Dwayne Dorfmeister will graduate from ITT Technical Institute on Dec. 5, 1996, with highest honors in the electronics engineering technology program, earning an associate of applied science degree. Dorfmeister is also a member of the national vocational technical honor society. He is a 1977 graduate of New Braunfels High School. Charles A. Houlton of New Braunfels will graduate from ITT Technical Institute on Dec. 5, 1996, with highest honors in the electronics engineering technology program, earning an associate of applied science degree. Jackendrick Ellis of New Braunfels has enrolled in the Computer-Aided    Drafting Technology program at ITT Technical Institute. The six-quarter program, which begins March IO, 1997, will help Ellis toward an entry-level position in computer-aided drafting technology. Barton Adams of New Braunfels, a student at Canyon High School, was one of 35 students who visited Austin College recently to participate in a two-day college preview on the campus. Previews are designed to offer high school and college transfer students a first-hand look at the academic and extracurricular activities available at the private four-year liberal arts college. Blanca Mata, a graduate of New Braunfels High School, is a member of Jubilation. Mata, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Mata from City-Wide Delivery 339 Main Plaza • (2 IO) 625-3211 - Historic Downtown New Braunfels [ New Braunfels, is a freshman music major. Jubilation is a music team that ministers in churches and youth events. Central College has three music teams that travel throughout the school year. *■ Central College is associated with the Free Methodist of North America . and is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Rolando Pineda, son of Edward and Mercedes Pineda of New Braunfels, has received a Spanish scholarship at Central College in Pella, Iowa. Pineda is a freshman international business major at Central College. Adham Saad of New Braunfels, a graduate of New Braunfels High School and son of Mr. and Mrs. Raja Saad, is a member of the Austin College 1996-97 swimming and diving team. Austin College, which competes in the New South Intercollegiate Swim League, stresses academic performance in its athletes and offers no athletic scholarships. The competitive season gets under way in late October and will progress until the NAIA swimming and diving national competition next spring. Austin College’s men’s and women’s teams and individual competitors regularly qualify for national competition in several events. Shaw na Elaine Koehler, 12-year- old daughter of Scott and Stephanie Koehler of Marion, will represent Texas in the National Pre-Teen Princess Program in Orlando, Fla., Nov. 30. She will vie for the crown of National Pre-Teen Princess on the basis of academics/achievements, interview, poise/appearance and personality before an audience from all over the country. The national pre-teen princess will receive a $ 1,500 savings bond and many other prizes. Adham Saad Posture! 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