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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 5, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas                                HeraldZettungDWednesday Novembers 1997 Stammtisch Free mulch Coma County residents are welcome to go to the recycling center 4755 Texas 46 West from to 3 every Thursday and Friday to pick up chips and mulch free of charge Firewood will be sold for a truckload Wassalffest wants you If your chorale band chorus dance group gymnastics or karate troop or cheerleading squad would like to be a part of Wassailfest we want you Call Lynn Fountain at 608 2100 Flu shots New Braunfels Minor Emergency now is giving flu shots in the clinic at 226 N Union Interested people may walk in any time between 10 and 9 Monday through Friday or 10 to 5 Saturday The fee is and insurance will be accepted For information call 6093413 Peace Lutheran craft fair Peace Lutheran Church will have a craft fair Nov 22 Reserve tables now The fee is a table Call the church at 6200618 to make reservations Literacy tutor training The Guadalupe Bexar and Comal County Literacy Council will have a training session for those interested in tutoring nonreaders or lowlevel readers from to 9 Friday and from 8 to 4 Saturday at the Adult Education Center at 703 Curtiss in Schertz Call 6259480 for information Holiday food baskets The Canyon Lake Action Center will take applications for its Thanksgiving food baskets until Nov 13 and for the Christmas food and gift baskets Dec 1 to 11 For information call 9642324 Acupuncture The Unitarian Universalists will hear local licensed acupuncturist and physical therapist Heidi LaBore Smith speak on Acupuncture at today at the Faith United Church of Christ 970 N Loop 337 Child care is available For information call 6294262 Mothers of Preschoolers The November meeting of tfiSTirsf United Methodist Church Mothers of Preschoolers will be from 7 to Thursday in Wesley Hall at First United Methodist Church There is a small registration fee to cover meeting costs and a quality child care program is available for a limited number of children Call 6201974 for information Memorial poppies Wear a memorial poppy and honor a veteran American Legion Auxiliary Unit 179 will distribute the red paper memorial flowers made by hospitalized veterans Friday and Saturday Volunteers will be at grocery stores and shopping centers distributing poppies and accepting contributions to help veterans and their families Raising a drugfree kid Comal County parents are invited a presentation on How to Raise a Drug Free Kid at 6 today at Canyon High School Counselors from Teen Connection will answer questions Soil expert speaks Scott Ogden author photographer and soil expert will be at Schulz Nursery at 10 Saturday for a free lecture on local soils and gardening techniques Bridge tournament A bridge tournament will be Saturday at the Elks Ladies Klub 353 S Seguin Ave Play starts at 9 coffee and rolls will be served at Call 6251663 for information and reservations A donation of per player is requested Lunch is included Prize money will be awarded Hummel look alikes sought The M I Hummel Club will sponsor the seventh annual Hummel Lookalike Contest benefitting The Hummel Museum at 10 Saturday in front of The Hummel Museum The contest is limited to children ages 2 through 10 The entry fee is For information call 608 II37 or 6255636 World Community Day Church Women United will celebrate World Community Day at Friday at First Protestant Church Llama show The South Central Llama Associations Llama Youth Show Private Treaty Sale and Expo will be Saturday and Sunday at Comal County Fairgrounds The youth show will be at 1 Saturday Llama games and fun will be from 10 to 5 each day Admission is free NAAFA dance The National Association to Advance Fat Acceptance Hill Country Chapter will have a dance from 8 to midnight Saturday at the Tree Tops Grille and Bar The price is for members and for nonmembers Bring your compact discs For information call 6060312 Help homeless veterans Tree of Life Fellowship will collect canned goods for homeless veterans during November with the help of Librados restaurant Drop off nonperishable items in the box at the entrance to Librados through Nov 14 For information call 6292963 Wurst Golf Fest The New Braunfels Optimist Club will have its Friend of Youth Wurst Golf Fest Friday at Landa Park Golf Course Proceeds from the tournament support youth activities in New Braunfels and surrounding communities Individual entry fee is The team fee is with hole sponsors Tee off is at Silver Center dances Dances at the Silver Center in Seguin will bd Friday With Bubba Littrell Nov 14 with The Texas Connection and Nov 28 with the Star Dust Trio Food is served at and the dance begins at Admission is each For reservations call 830 3036612 Flea market and bake sale The Cibolo Grange will have a flea market and bake sale from 8 to 4 Saturday at the Cibolo Grange Hall 4 ION Main St in Cibolo Randolph bazaar The Deep in the Heart of Texas bazaar will take place 9 to 5 Saturday at Randolph Air Force Base There will be free parking and admission Veterans Day ceremony The students of Sts Peter and Paul School and the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 35 will observe Veterans Day on Tuesday The ceremony will be at 9 in the Sts Peter and Paul parking lot For information call 6253233 Cal Thomas appearance Cal Thomas will be the featured speaker at the upcoming Comal County ProLife Foundations fund raiser banquet at 7 Tuesday For tickets and information call either a local church or Crisis Pregnancy Center at 6297565 Gemischter Chor Harmonle Gemischter Chor Harmonic is celebrating its 60th anniversary with a pot luck supper with plenty of Gemuetlichkeit at Nov 12 at Saengerhalle off Texas 46 Marion library open house The Marion Community Library will have an open house from 4 to 8 Nov 12 celebrating its first year inits new building The high school choir will sing and refreshments will be served Jims Video food drive Jims Video will have a food drive benefiting SOS Inc Food Bank Collection of nonperishable food items will take place through Nov 18 at Jims Video For information call 6292128 Craft fair Peace Lutheran Church is having a craft fair Nov 21 The table fee will be Reserve tables now by calling 6200618 Weihnachsmarkt The ninth annual Christmas Shopping Market benefiting the Sophienburg Museum and Archives will be Nov 21 through 23 in the Civic Center Volunteers are needed for various committees Those who would like to participate can call the Sophienburg Museum at 6291572 Calling all crafters The First United Methodist Church Mothers of Preschoolers is sponsoring a craft show from 9 to 2 Nov 22 Sixfoot tables are available for and 8foot tables can be reserved for Cal Kriss Germann at6066686 by Nov 19 to reserve a table Appraisal board The Comal Appraisal District Board of Directors is accepting resumes for those persons wishing to serve on the Appraisal Review Board for the remainder of 19981999 Submit resumes by Nov 30 to Comal Appraisal District Board of Directors Box 311222 New Braunfels TX 781311222 Homespun fall cleanup Homespun Early Childhood Intervention is in the midst of the annual fall cleaning of files that have been closed for five years or more parents or guardians are entitled to obtain the records of their childs services while enrolled in the program Files not requested by Dec 1 will be destroyed Families who wish to receive this folder may call Homespun at 830 2786261 or write to Homespun EC1 714 E Main Uvalde Texas 78801 German exchange CDS International is accepting applications for the 1998 99 CongressBundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals to study and work in Germany for one year Students study at German schools or universities and serve sixmonth internships in Germany The Inrerncr lliiniitedTime Fastest Modems Distance Charges llllMWow And Get your First 2 Weeks Free 6080808 What Is Assisted Living Maybe youve heard about Assisted Living but werent sure whether it would benefit your loved one Basically Assisted Living provides seniors with assistance in everyday living such as dressing grooming bathing and other daytoday activities that can become difficult Our caring staff enhances Assisted Living with programs that foster dignity wellness and independence in a homelike atmosphere To find out if your loved one would benefit trom Assisted Living at OakTree consider this check list D Had a recent problem that makes me worry about their living situation D Needs a little help getting dressed bathing or grooming D Gets confused about which medications to rake and when D Is physically frail CD Regularly forgets to eat or take medications D Has difficulty getting around the house D Isnt comfortable cooking or preparing food in the kitchen U Needs more companionship LJ Has a chronic condition that does not nsed nursing intervention D Is too independent or healthy tor Nursing Home Care If you checked two or more boxes Assisted Living may be right for your loved one For more information please call 830 6089222 1750 HIGHWAY 46 WEST NEW BRAUNFELS TEXAS 78132 ASSISTED LIVING AT OAKTREE application deadline is Dec 15 For information contact Congress Bundestag Program CDS International 330 Seventh New York NY 100015010 212 4973500 Billy Turner relief fund Because of the fire that destroyed Billy Turners residence and belongings a Friends of Billy Turner Fund has been set up at Frost Bank 315 Landa St For more information stop by Frost Bank Disabilities support ARCIL of San Marcos provides advocacy information and referral peer support for inclusion into the community for persons with disabilities It also provides independent life skills training to assist people with disabilities to become empowered and integrated into the community For information call 512 3965790 Flu shots Influenza vaccine is available from 8 to 11 and 1 to each Tuesday and Thursday at the Comal County Health Department 178 E Mill Suite 210 Service is given on a firstcome firstserved basis The fee is per person A physician prescription is required for children younger than 13 Help for crime victims The GuadaComa Council on Alcohol and Drug Abuse introduces the Victims Assistance Program of Comal County now serving senior and adult victims of crime abuse and fraud The program offers individual and family crisis counseling advocacy case management services substance abuse counseling victims support and treatment groups and compensation claim assistance For help or information call 6089032 For 24hour assistance call 800 5328192 Crisis Pregnancy Center The New Braunfels Crisis Pregnancy Center has changed its hours It is open from 10 to 4 Monday Wednesday and Thursday from 10 to 1 Tuesday and from 9 to noon Saturday The center also will be open from 6 to 8 Thursday Call 6297565 for an appointment V v Host families sought Host families are sought for students from former Warsaw pact countries Families who would like to host students can call 210 7348128 or 800 3827893 for information Recently Moved Getting Married New Baby Give us a call The Deals are Better 4 Becker Parks and Rec aerobics Morning aerobic classes are being offered at the Landa Recreation Center Classes are from 9 to Monday Wednesday Friday and Saturday The fee is per class Registration is at the Landa Recreation Center prior to each class For information call 6082167 Study In the Czech Republic High school students are invited to apply for an academic scholarship to study in the Czech Republic for the 199899 academic year Academic Year in the USA International offers opportunities for American families to host exchange students from Italy France Australia and beyond For information call 800 3827893 Tennis Bracelet 14Ky 100 Diamonds 2 ct JEWELERS INC 347 Main Plaza f CL f f 1 Downtown on tin rofessional Personal Jeweler Dont miss that prize buck because things look fuzzy Largest selection of glasses in town Come see us One Hour Service Available On Most Prescriptions Creative Eyewear 844 N Walnut New Braunfels 210 6259770 J LLAMA LLAMA LLAMA YOUTH SHOW EXPO LLAMA SALES NOVEMBER 8 9 1997 Admission Is FREE COMAL COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS NEW BRAUNFELS TEXAS QUALITY LLAMAS FOR SALE WIDE RANGE IN PRICE TERMS Based on private agreement between buyer seller SPINNING WEAVING DBSTACLE COURSE TRAINING LLAMA VENDORS AND EXHIBITORS LOCAL 4H CLUBS CONTACT JOHN LINDA KELTGEN 830 9643182 Top HE9I TopQiwIityl USED CARS Becker Motor Company 547 S Seguin New Braunfels Tx 6063463 18008792621 1996 Podee Ram 1500 SIT Laramie Sport Club Cab V8 Short bed Tilt Cruise Cassette Aluminum wheels Bedliner Trailer Tow Aqua 1997 Dodee Stratus 4 4 Door Air Conditioning Cassette Defroster Tilt Cruise Fold Down Rear Seatback Medium Fern 1994Chrvlser Town and Country ual V6 Tilt Cruise Luggage I Cassette Leather Sunscreen Aluminum Wheels Driftwood 1997 Chrysler Town Country LXI V6 Dual Quad Leather Tilt Luggage Rack Cruise CD Defroster Amethyst 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