New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 1, 2000, Page 7

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February 01, 2000

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 1, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, February I, 2000 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 7 AAround Town Woman’s spiked bar drink could have been last call Dear Abby DEAR ABBY: The letter about club drugs really hit home. I would like to warn all young women about the potential for their drinks to be “dosed” with these drugs without their knowledge. I went to a neighborhood bar over Thanksgiving weekend, and found myself feeling very woozy and overintoxicated for the amount I had to drink. I had left my drink on the bar while I went to use the ladies room, and when I came back, it tasted strange. Since it was a new drink, I assumed the bartender had mixed it differently. Shortly after consuming this drink, I became sick to my stomach and lightheaded. A fellow I had chatted with — and who coincidentally had offered to watch my drink — started asking me questions about how I felt and if I wanted a place to crash. I have no doubt he had less than innocent intentions. Fortunately, two gentlemen by the names of Andrew and Chris came to my aid. They stayed by my side, talking to me, keeping me alert, calling a car service for me and making sure the other guy didn’t bother me. I left the bar before thanking them; so, Abby, please let me thank them now. Ladies: Do not leave your drink unattended, no matter what! And if the drink tastes “funny,” don’t drink it! While most of these drugs are tasteless and odorless, others have a salty taste. Just be careful! And to all the Andrews and Chrises out there — thank you. — CHRISTINE IN MIDLOTHIAN, VA. DEAR CHRISTINE: You are a lucky young woman. You had a very close call. The young man who doctored your drink is a predator. Your comments about never leaving a drink unattended are important. I hope young people will pay attention. It may seem like a cold reality, but it’s part of being streetwise and self-protective. DEAR ABBY: I am a volunteer at a local animal shelter, and I’m deeply concerned about pet owners who do not take full responsibility for the safety of their pets. Every day dogs and cats are brought in off the streets without tags or identification. Many of them are wonderful, loving pets who belong to someone who didn’t bother to put identification on them for one reason or another. As a result, thousands of these wonderful animals are put to death every year because their owners can’t be located. Abby, it is heartbreaking to have to euthanize healthy animals due to lack of shelter space and available homes. Please inform your readers of the importance of putting ID tags on their pets. It could save a lot of heartache. — ANIMAL LOVER IN BEND, ORE. DEAR ANIMAL LOVER: Pm pleased to publicize this important reminder to pet owners. Dogs and cats are curious creatures who often like to wander. If the animal is picked up, proper identification can literally mean the difference between life and death, so please don’t procrastinate. For a guide to becoming a better conversationalist, order “How to Be Popular.” Send a businesssized, self-addressed envelope, plus check or money order for $3.95 to: Dear Abby Popularity Booklet, PO. Box 447, Mount Morris, IL 61054-0447. Student News Debutantes and Iguanas Photo submitted Mid-Texas Symphony Debutantes Cara Doherty and Sarah Damarodas were honored with a party at a recent San Antonio Iguanas hockey game. Getting an autograph from Iguanas “Star of the Game,” Blair Rota, are Sarah Damarodas, Laura Wong, Whitney Garvens, Cara Doherty, Emily Sievers, Crystal Clark, Lerrin Biggers and Katie Schneider. An Eagle Scout Court of Honor took place Nov. 26 for Drew Sollberger and Frankie Hampel, members of Boy Scout Troop 757. The ceremony took place at the Elks’ Lodge in New Braunfels. Drew is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Sollberger and Frankie is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Hampel. The boys, who have been lifelong friends and neighbors, are both students at New Braunfels High School. Bums Cidarid, the Scoutmaster of Troop 757, and Joe Wooldridge, Assistant Scoutmaster, presided over the ceremony. The rank of Eagle Scout is the highest honor that can be bestowed upon a member of the Boy Scouts of America. It requires the scout to earn a minimum of 22 merit badges, serve in a leadership position in the troop, and finally to plan, develop and direct a service project for the benefit of a school, religious Photo submitted Drew Sollberger (left) and Frankie Hampel were honored at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor. The boys are members of Boy Scout Troop 757 in New Braunfels. institution or the community. Frankie’s project aided his church, New Braunfels Presbyterian and involved installing a drip irrigation system and landscaping the west side of the sanctuary. Drew’s project benefited the Comal County Senior Citizen Center. He directed the repair, sanding and refinishing of six picnic tables at the Senior Center. Frankie and Drew would like to express their thanks to their parents, adult scout leaders, fellow scouts and the many others who supported and helped them to achieve this goal. Don Simon, commander of The American Legion, state of Texas, announced the organization’s 1999 High School Oratorical Contest. The program is to develop a deeper knowledge and appreciation of the Constitution of the United States. It also helps students think and speak clearly and intelligently and prepares them for acceptance of the responsibilities of American citizenship. Scholarships are awarded to winners of post, district, division and national contests. National contest winner awards amount to: first place, $ 18,000; second place, $16,000; and third place, CH HYSLER Vkjmoulfi Dodge Performance Missing? Transmission shutters, slips or just doesn’t feel right? $14,000. Each state w inner who advances to and participates in the second round but does not advance to the final round will receive an additional $1,500 scholarship to pursue education beyond high school. For information, call American Legion Post 179 at 625-0179.  M >NLSmI? frfcjTHEAIEES, Jan ,>8 - Feb. 3 WALNUT 6 IH 35 and Walnut Awe (830) 629-6400 Eye ol the Beholder |Ri, (1 301 4 30,7:05.915 SanWoslR)/ (12 50). (3 00) 5.10 715,925 Toy Story 2 (Git ii OO) (3051.5 OO. 7 OO DX Do*nToYou|PG-13l (1:20). (315) 515,710 910 G«1 interrupted (R)/ ii 05i <20 650.920 Any Given Sunday IR) . .... (1:10) 5 00 8 15 / Pluto) tS^iUM)# I) to early sncms Mot ■ Fn STARPLEX 1250 Wonderworld Dr. (512) 805-8000 tji just tHtt? any otlwrr part of your vtfckl* It require* roainteaaiue! When your transmission fluid Mart* to break dows it can lead to bm of lubrication and premature transmission failure or clogged filter*. 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She attends Lone Star School where she is in the second grade. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Handsel Jr. Handsel Brittany Meyer of New Braunfels, a student in fifth grade at St. Mary’s Hall, recently was honored with the Mr. Robinson’s Neighborhood of Achievers .. Award by David Meyer Robinson and the Spurs Foundation. Her teacher, Mrs. Judi Gibbons, nominated her. This program strives to find students who have made recognizable achievements in the classroom, school and community. Brittany is the daughter of Fred and Terry Meyer. New Braunfels resident Adham Saad, a graduate of New Braunfels Senior High School and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raja Saad, has been named to the Austin College Dean’s List for the 1999 fall semester. All students named to the Dean’s List earned a semester grade point average of at least 3.71 on a 4.0 scale and ranked in the top 20 percent of the student body. Michele Marie Wright of New Braunfels was named to the dean’s honor roll of scholars for the fall 1999 semester at the University of North Texas. Only students who have earned a 3.5 grade point average on a course load of 12 or more hours during the past semester earn the distinction of the Dean’s Honor Roll. Roland Bradfute Jr. of New Braunfels has enrolled in the Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer Network Systems Technology program at ITT Technical Institute in San Antonio. The eight-quarter program will help Roland begin to prepare for career opportunities in various fields involving Computer Network Systems Technology. Upon successful completion of the program, Roland will receive an associate’s degree. Seguin Beauty School at the New Braunfels Campus Classes Starting Now Financial Aid Available (tx) those who qualify) Located At: 214 West San Antonio St. New Braunfels, Texas 830-620-1301 No Appointment Necessary! • Customers Always Welcome. 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