New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 16, 1997, Page 6

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April 16, 1997

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 16, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas 6A o Herald-Zeitung □ Wednesday, April 16,1997 '...*t    a*: Stammtisch ili-Mitainfh (tabs touoht The Black Heritage Society needs young black ladies to participate in this year’s Juneteenth celebration to be held at 7 p.m. June 21 at Saengerhalle. For an application, call Dr. Nathan Millett at 606-6936 or Kabala Crayton at 606-2812. Lioness decorated chairs The Lioness Club decorated chairs silent auction fund-raiser is in progress at local merchants. See Ryan’s Family Steakhouse for a list of where to see and bid on items. Religious extremism The Unitarian Universalists will have Debbie Franks, deputy director of the Texas Freedom Network, speak on ‘‘Mobilizing the Mainstream against Religious Political Extremism” at 7:30 p.m. today at the Faith United Church of Christ, 970 N. Loop 337. Child care is available. Republican field trip Canyon Lake Republican Women will take a field trip in lieu of the regular meeting today. The trip will be to Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historical Park, site of the Declaration of Independence from Mexico. There is a $3 entry fee and luncheon arrangements are being made. Transportation will be by car pool; telephone committee will give details at a later date. Fair Associatiorilfceets There will be a mandatory meeting of the Comal County Fair Association at 7 p.m. today in the Arts and Crafts Hall. Executive board members will meet at 6 p.m. Packets will be handed out to each drover and director. Popi lief author to speak Popular author Susan Wittig Albert will present two programs during National Library Week at the Dittlinger Memorial Library. Albeit is the author of the China Bayles mystery series which is set in the Texas Hill Country. Her program at 2 p.m. Thursday is “Writing from Memory: Telling Your Life’s Story.” The 7 p.m. program is “Partners in Crime,” led by her and her husband and coauthor, Bill Albert. For information call 608-2150. ,. .* udRtoe ok   Im. f .. it 'ii iiin. p.m. Sunday. Admission is free to the public. Spaces area available for the Swap Meet by calling 620-5950 or for the car show at 620-0622. Texas history exhibited The Daughters of the Republic of Texas and the staff of the Republic of Texas Museum will hold an open house from ll a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday celebrating two exhibits: “Young Lives in Young Texas, Children on the Frontier” and “Lost Victorian Austin.” The museum is at 510 E. Anderson Lane in Austin, the comer of Interstate 35 and Highway 183. Marion library story hour Marion Community Library presents the Children’s Story Hour from 11 a.m. to noon Saturday in the library meeting room with Marie Paiz for pre-K and K children. Call (210)    914-2225 for more information. Holp CHS Project Graduation Lunar Bowling at Comal Bowl from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday will benefit Canyon High School’s Project Graduation. The cost is $10 per person. Guatemalan weavings for sale St. Paul Lutheran Church at 181 S. Santa Clara Ave. will have a sale of handmade Guatemalan weavings from 8 a.m. to noon Sunday in the fellowship hall. Proceeds from the sale go directly back to the women’s weaving cooperative in Guatemala. Eden Alternative celebrates Eden Home will celebrate the first anniversary of the Eden Alternative in New Braunfels on Sunday. The community is welcome to participate starting a 2:30 p.m. with a worship service. New Executive Director Herman Sabrsula will be introduced. Games, music and food will follow at 3:45. Womsn’s Chamber rstrsat The New Braunfels Women’s Chamber of Commerce will hold an all-member retreat from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, led by Vice Chair Alane Cameron. The retreat will be held at “Winding Creek,” Hwy. 311, 15 miles from New Braunfels. Spouses, friends and family are invited to join the members at 5 p.m. with a barbecue dinner from 5:30 to 7 p.m. For information call Susan Phillips at 609-5030. Presbyterian blood drive The entire community is invited to join members of New Braunfels Presbyterian Church at their blood drive from 9 a.m: to I p.m. Sunday. A South Texas Blood Donor Center mobile unit will be set up in the rear parking lot of the church, 373 Howard St. For information call 625-5141. St. John's anniversary St. John’s Episcopal Church will celebrate its 50th anniversary Sunday. Following the IO a.m. church service will be a “This Is Your Life St. John” program. Former priests Rev. Hubert Palmer, Rev. Bob Creasy and Rev. Ron Thomson will speak. A luncheon will follow. Plata Mites Main Street and the Downtown Association present Plaza Nites at 7 p.m. each Thursday night in April. Rosy y los Muchachos will present Mariachi music Thursday. Tom McDermott will sing contemporary tunes April 24. For information call Susan Phillips at 609-5030. Prayer services House of Refuge Christian Fellowship, 438 S. Interstate 35, is holding special prayer services at 7 p.m. on six consecutive Sundays beginning April 6 and concluding May 11. The topic of the services is “Answer Us: A Cry for Divine Visitation.” The multiracial, multidenominational ministry team for the services is from several local congregations. Call 620-0932 or 625-6085 for information. Children's Hospital benefit The Children’s Miracle Network will hold its annual garage sale from 7 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Wal-Mart Distribution Center parking lot. New and used items are available. All proceeds will benefit Santa Rosa Children’s Hospital. OW ante aris RXI At Korin/ )\\CLIAHEKS t TUXEDOS 321 Mill Street, New Braunfels 625-3316 I ha I ’/ / niiisf h i )i hi 'All Clothes Returned In TIP TOP SHAPE!" Slappy 46* birthday XMmrim Gitserxero Family members of individuals with mental retardation are welcome to the second support group meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Seguin Public Library. Canyon I sirs Mood drive The Canyon Lake community will hold a blood drive from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday in the parking Im of Frank’s Supermarket, 8010 FM 2673 in the South Texas Blood and Tissue Center vehicle. Call 4210) 899-7810 or (210) 899-2173 for information. Week of tho Toting Child A citywide celebration of the Week of the Young Child will be 9 a.m. to noon Friday at the Landa Park Playground. Activities will include garnet, story telling, McGruff, fire trucks, EMS and more. 9 ion 4 Von! your gfuabaad. 3uan °§uerrero__ FREE “LIVING TRUST” SEMINAR LEARN HOW TO TRANSFER YOUR ESTATE QUICKLY UPON DEATH OR DISABILITY WITHOUT THE EXPENSE OR THE ORDEAL OF PROBATE. ATTEND ONE OF THESE FREE SEMINARS AND RECEIVE A ONE HOUR FREE CONSULTATION. Tuesday, April 22, 1997 The Faust I Intel 240 S. Seguin, New Braunfels, lexas 7K130 l ime: 2:00 p.m. ( Nettcslum ills Sr i \cli i IF YOU OWN YOUR HOME AND HAVE A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY... THEN YOU HAVE AN ESTATE. SPONSORED BY Pettit & Walsh . Attorney Chris Pettit speaks to area residents about Living Trusts and proper estate planning. Mr. Pettit is a member of the American Academy of Estate Planning Attorneys and is a law Professor at the National Christian School of Law. His seminars on living trusts are always free to the public and are designed to be informative, entertaining and easy to understand. CALL ALICE NOW to reserve seats. (24-Hour Reservation Line) 1-800-590-8301 Principal Office in San Antonio, Texas Not Certified by the Board of Legal Certification The Dorcas Guild of Cross Lutheran Church is having a bake and rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday at the gym at 172 Hickory St. There will be a brown bag sale, $1 a bag, from IO a.m. to noon Monday. NMriofi Horary in dioovtv The Marion Community Library presents a program by Schultz Nursery, “What’s New in Spring Flowers,” from 1:30 to 3 p.m. in the library meeting room Friday. Refreshments will be served. Call (210) 914-2225 for information. Futura Mf Naw Braunfels New Braunfels Title Company and Norwest Bank will sponsor a presentation by Mayor Jan Kennady; John Dierkscn, chairman of the city’s Comprehensive Plan Steering committee; Paula DiFonzo, NBU; Greg Malatck, TxDOT and Mike McAnelly, consultant to the city from Wilbur Smith Associates of Houston, on “The Future of New Braunfels.” The presentation will be from 9 to 11 a m. Friday at New Braunfels Holiday Inn. For information and reservations call New Braunfels Title Company at 625-7553 or stop by any of the three Comal County offices in Canyon Lake or New Braunfels. Car dub swap meet The New Braunfels Area Car Club and the New Braunfels Rotary Club will sponsor their fifth annual Swap Meet at the Comal County Fairgrounds beginning 7 a.m. Friday and Saturday and from IO a.m. to 4 Ii \ Now Renting! fall Today to Reserve Your Apartment. ASSISTED LIVING AT STERLING HOUSE • THE NEV ALTERNATIVE TO NURSING HOME CARE “Sterling House gave us the perfect alternative to nursing home care." /^m pecial people with special needs due to memory loss disorders or problems associated with diabetes, stroke, arthritis, and many other age related conditions can often get the level of care they need here at Sterling House. The caring, highly trained staff provides I a Wide range of Sterling House feels like home specially tailored services to Sterling House was just Rates are based on the level of service a person chooses and at Sterling House, you never pay for services you don’t need. Best of all, Sterling House meets Mom’s physical needs without taking away the independence, privacy, and dignity that she loves. Sterling House urn exac tly what We were looking for. Sterling House Services * All Meals (even special diets) * Personal Services Assistance, such as bathing and dressing * Medication Assistance * Special Needs Assistance Emergency Call Systems ** Laundry & Housekeeping ** Individual & Group Activities ** For more complete information please call us. We’re here to help. what Mom needed, the perfect alternative to nursing home care. meet the unique needs of every resident, right in their own apartment. Sterling House of New Braunfels will be Opening Soon! ■ ........ ...... 2457 Loop 337 • 210-606-5300 ■f For information on the location nearest you, please call I 800-9-Sterling Setting the Standards tot Assisted Living Serving over 60 locations in kansas, Oklahoma, l "jas, Florida, Colorado ti Ohio including: (/irnAlum ( aku Hill (anmia Denton Desoto hum Kerrville I uneasier lewisvtlle Mansfield Palestine Paris Richland Hills SanAnkmio Temple Texarkana Tyler Waxahachie Weatherford Wichita Falls Photo submitted Women’s Center donation Money Mart Pawn, which opened Fab. 19, recently donated two televisions, two microwaves and a $100 chack to the Comal County Women's Center. Shown from left are Larry Nuckois, owner; Danny Perez, CCWC executive director; Freddy Garza, manager of Money Mart; and Basal Boatright, CCWC board member. Anyone wishing to donate Items to the Women’s Center may call Perez at 620-7520. We’ve Got The Day Well Covered. Dave Howell K-Mart Plaza 1350 IH 35 East, Suite 500 New Braunfels (210)620-4224 800-527-2380 Your Nationwide agent understands that your time is valuable. Thats why we offer extended office hours. Open 9 to 9 Monday-Thursday, 9 to 5 Friday and 9 to I Saturday NATIONWIDE INSURANCE ..VHI  ......ITT***,,    Iii* , ?« fVtftT    I    luff J* -y ;» N«bon«rid»» is a isgMsisd federal service mart ai NeuurtMde Mutual Insurants Company NMsmed* Muter Murines Company and AMaMCcmparass Homa (Mea One Naeonaaea Flue. 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