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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 8, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas ■nj^S -w >    *1QAQ Herald-Zeitung g Sunday, June 8,1997 Military Notes s kNavy Seaman Jennifer J. huero, daughter of Anthony A. Ahuero of Bulverde, recently ompleted the Cryptologic echnician Communications Course. During the course at Naval Technical Training Center Corry Station, Pensacola, Fla., students are trained in the operation and maintenance of radio printer communications. I The course centers around cryptographic equipment operating techniques, development of teletypewriting operator skills and message format preparation. Message delivery procedures, communications    security, organization, systems, logs and files are also included. Ahuero joined the Navy in September 1996. The North Texas Chapter of 82nd Airborne Division will host the 15th annual Southwest Memorial Airborne Days in Fort Worth June 20 through 26. Airborne veterans from many units such as the lith, 13th, 17th and 101st and today’s special forces will join the 82nd Troopers for this gala event. We have 97 chapters scattered across America, so this is a chance to join our airborne ranks. For complete details and membership in the 82nd Airborne Association, call (513) 898-5977 or write Midwest Invasion-1996, 5459 Northcutt Place, Dayton, Ohio, 45414-3742. Navy Ensign James N. Colston, son of William H. and Janie L. Coleston of Spring Branch, recently recieved his commission as a naval officer after completing officer candidate school in Pensacola, Fla. He is a 1989 graduate of Smithson Valley High School of New Braunfels. He is a 1996 graduate of Southwest Texas State University with a bachelor of science degree. Stellar scholars Navy Seaman Recruit Michael J. Pharo, son of Mike and Bobbie Pharo of New Braunfels, recently graduated from the Basic Enlisted Submarine Course at Naval Submarine School in Groton, Conn. During the five-week course, learned the basic theory, construction, and operation of nuclear-powered submarines. Pharo also learned shipboard organization, damage control and submarine safety escape procedures. The 1996 graduate of MacArthur High School in San Antonio joined the Navy in 1997. Navy Seaman Recruit Michael L. Fleming, a 1995 graduate of Smithson Valley High School, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, 111. During the eight-week program, Fleming completed a variety of training that included classroom study and practical instruction on naval customs, first aid, fire fighting, water safety and survival, and shipboard and aircraft safety. An emphasis is also placed on physical fitness. Marine Private Carlos S. Cholico, son of Samuel R. and Molly Cholico of New Braunfels, recently completed basic training at Marine Coips Recruit Depot, San Diego. He is a graduate of Canyon High School. Navy Chief Petty Officer Glen E. Eickman, son of Howard Eickman of New Braunfels, recently returned from a six-month deployment to the Western Pacific Ocean aboard the guided missile cruiser USS Antijam. Home-based in San Diego, Eickman is one of more than 300 sailors aboard the ship as part of the USS Kitty Hawk Battle Group, Photo tubmmed San Antonio Cohogs atudanta Jeyna Software* Mid Grog Thomas fdaesd second in C++ programming In national competition at a recent meeting of the Association of Information Technology from among 46 mostly four-year colleges They received a plaque anda $1,800 award. At Creative Eyewear, we care. If you are tired of poor service and want to shop at a place where you are appreciated, then come see the professionals at... Cre^^^^B/ear I Hour Service Available 844 North Walnut • 625-9770 Photo submitted Company Grade Officer Colonel Jeffrey Thomas presents the Company Grade Officer plaque to Captain Frank Van Horn at Travis Air Force Base. Capt. Frank L. Van Horn was awarded the Company Grade Officer desigration for the 60th Operations Support Squadron at Travis AFB, Calif., where he is flying the KC IO. He recently received word of his next assignment to Randolph AFB, Texas, with a reporting date no later than July 31. Van Horn, a 1982 graduate of Canyon High School, is married to the former Gina Lyn Merz, daughter of Randy and Rachel Merz of New Braunfels. He entered the U.S. Air Force Academy with academic distinction in 1986 and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the Air Force. Van Horn completed his pilot training at Laughlin AFB, Texas, in 1987. which included the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk, IO tactical aircraft squadrons, five surface combatants and two submarines. Eickman’s ship operated extensively in the Persian Gulf, performing air-traffic control duties while supporting U.N. imposed sanctions and the no-fly zone over Iraq. He joined the Navy in 1977. Air Force Cadet Jeffrey W. Nelson has graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo., with a bachelor of science degree and received a commission as a second lieutenant. During their stint, cadets received instruction, education, training and experience in academics, military training, athletic conditioning and spiritual and ethical development needed as future officers in the Air Force. The new lieutenant is scheduled to attend undergraduate pilot training at Laughlin Air Force Base, Del Rio, Texas. Nelson is the son of Ellen J. N. and stepson of Ted L. Legh of San Diego. His father and stepmother are Wayne E. and Donna R. Nelson of Canyon Lake. TLU offers full slate of summer courses SEGUIN — A new slate of extended learning opportunities is being offered by Texas Lutheran University, with many of the courses scheduled to begin dunng the week of June 9 to 15. The courses provide a variety of opportunities for professional advancement, self-improvement, practical knowledge and enjoyment, according to Arline Patterson, director of extended learning at TLU. Courses that will begin early in June include Introduction to American Sign Language, Introduction to Karate, the Art of Brewing, Basic Real Estate Law, Floral Design, Beginning Photography, Back to Black (personal finances), Beginning Spanish, Basic Spanish for Health Care Professionals, Conversational Spanish I and Herbs. Art classes include Drawing for Beginners, Landscapes in Oil, Painting in Different Media, Papermaking Workshop and Basic Ceramics. Computer classes include How to Buy a Computer, Keyboarding, WordPerfect for Windows and Microsoft Word for Windows. Brochures describing courses currently being offered through TLU’s division of extended learning are also available at H-E-B in Seguin, the Seguin Public Library, Guadalupe County administrative building, Guadalupe Valley Hospital, GVH Teaching Center and the TLU extended learning office in the university’s Beck Center. Those wishing to register may return the form by mail or fax, or stop by the university’s extended learning office from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays. Call (210) 372-8047 for information. (Submitted by Texas Lutheran University) Group Escorted Tours Galveston Summer Fun Alaska - Voyage of the Glaciers Canadian Rockies by Rail National Parks Tour Branson wI Eureka Springs New England Fall Foliage July 17-19 July 24 - Aug.4 Aug. 23-30 Sept. 5-17 Sept. 18-22 Sept. 29 - Oct. 9 Incredible Journeys, Inc. 1-800-777-5092 • A Texas Based Company Photo submitted At right, New Braunfels High School counselor Irma Alvarado and NBHS Interim principal Karan Simpson watch salutatorian Usa Wyatt and valedictorian Rebecca Allan receive $1,000 checks from Patraneila Reaves, banking earner manager for Guaranty Federal Bank. Th# checks ara scholastic ach lavement awards given by the Temple-Inland Foundation. Alvarado will attend the University of North Texas to major in music performance. Allen will major in English at Brigham Young University. nn I    dxs-ai New Summer Hours Mon-Wed 10:00-5:30 Thur-Sat. 10:00-8:00 Sun.-After Church 12:00-5:00 207 E. 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Coll, New Braunfels  (Across from the library) • 625*0179 Centexrrmottlce" ‘fatr best valueHIX PIUS    everyday' Free Postage Stamp with Every Greeting Card. 154 S. Business IH35 (next to Adobe Cafe) 629-3979FREE“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. Thursday, June 12. 1997 The Faust I Intel 240 S. Seguin, New Braunfels, levis 78130 Time: 2:00 p.m. ( Ut. til slum, ills Si i Mil I IF YOU OWN YOUR HOME AND HAVE A LIFE INSURANCE POLICY... THEN YOU HAVE AN ESTATE. SPONSORED BrPettit & Walsh.VWtbmey ehVN,'",‘-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 New Braunfels 1997 People’s Choice Award The Best Pizza In Town... Lunch: 11-3, Dinner: 5-9EVERYDAY Kids Under 2 Lunch FREE Dinner FREE Kids (Ages 2-6) 99C 990 Kids (Ages 7-10) 1.99 1.99 Senior Citizens (Ages 55 & Older) 3.29 4.29 Everyone Else 3.99 4.99 Original or Pan Perfect Crust Sampler (10 Toppings) Vegetarian Sampler Meat Market (5 Meats) Cheese Pizza Small 8.49 6.99 6.99 4.99 Medium 10.99 8.99 8.99 6.99 Large 12.99 10.99 10.99 7.99 SpaGatti: Just right pasta with delicious meat or marinara sauce      3.99 Submarine Sandwich Ham, Swiss Cheese, Cervelat & Hard Salami on a Pepperidge Farm Roll Mr. («.tUi’«> (Vicinal t nit*!. L Iii-i-h' * >i I >m- I • Plaza."*! 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