New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 15, 2005, Page 5

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June 15, 2005

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 15, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, June 15, 2005 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 5A FISHING Courtesy of Sylvan and Rose DeJardo, Fisherman's Corner, Canyon Lake Trout Report: Trout to 10 inches using blue dunn, dark cahill strikers, 1/16-ounce black Rooster tails, chrome Super Dupers and pink-red salmon eggs with split shot and No. 12 or No. 14 treble hooks. Canyon Lake ■ Water Clarity: Stained — upper lake; clear — lower lake ■ WaterTemp: ll degrees ■ Current Level: 909.95 Largemouth Bass: Good to 5 pounds on white JoBaby spinner-baits, Carolina rigged Texas smoke YUM Zella-mander lizards, plum apple ZOOM Finesse worms, large minnows and small perch tight to timber early morning in 5 to 25 feet. Upriver, throw a natural shad 4-inch Yamamoto Senko, watermelon shad 4-inch Ring Worm or chrome-black Bomber "A" to ledges in 8 to 15 feet. Smallmouth Bass: Good to 3 pounds on smoke neon YUM Wounded tubes and crawfish/green flake YUM Crawbugs on humps and ledges in 5 to 20 feet. White Bass: Fair on live minnows or vertically jigging chrome-white Bomber slabs and KT Lures off main lake points at night under lights in 10 to 20 feet. Crappie: Very good on yellow Fle-Flys, 1/16 ounce jig head-chartreuse body tipped with live minnows in back of coves or around brush piles and standing timber at night under lights in 6 to 12 feet. Stripers: Good to 10 pounds drifting comets and hybrid bluegills across main lake points at night under lights. Perch: Good on live crickets and red wigglers. Channel and Blue Catfish: Good to 8 pounds on red wigglers, cut shad, Lewis King punch bait and Big Marv's cheese bait. Perch: Good to 30 pounds on juglines baited with hybrid bluegills or medium goldfish along ledges in 30 feet. CALENDAR of EVENTS Summer Reading Program Date: Today Time: 10 to 11:30 a.m. and 2 to 3:30 p.m. Location:Tye Preston Library You should know: Morning session is for children 3 years old through first grade; afternoon session is for students in the second through fifth grades.Theme is "Singing Zoologist," featuring award-winning children's artist and entertainer Lucas Miller. Information: Call (830) 964-3744, or visit the library's Web site at www.tyepre-stonlib.org Canyon Lake Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting Date: June 21 Time: 5:30 p.m. Location:Tye Preston Library Friends of Tye Preston Memorial Library Date: June 22 Time: 10 a.m. Location: Tye Preston Library Information: (830) 899-4015 Summer Reading Program Date: June 22 Time: 10 to 11:30 a.m. and 2 to 3:30 p.m. Location:Tye Preston Library You should know: Theme is "Go Where No Man Has Gone Before," featuring space, rockets, planets and NASA themes. Information: (830) 964-3744 San Antonio College plans satellite program at SVHS 4 SV Middle School students receive foundation awards By Melissa Johnson StaffWriter Comal County residents now have a closer option when it comes to taking college classes. Beginning this fall, residents will be able to take San Antonio College courses through a satellite program at Smithson Valley I Ugh School. Six core freshman classes will be offered weekday evenings: freshman composition, government, college algebra, U.S. history, general psychology and elementary Spanish. Registration for classes will be held from 4 to 8 p.m. July 13 at SV1 IS. Those registering need to bring an official high school or college transcript and identification. SAC President Dr. Robert Zeigler said evening scheduling will serve the needs of a diverse population of students. “The program allows people who have recently graduated from high school and are in the in workforce to com plete classes conveniently while working,” Zeigler said. “Its also a chance for people who started college and who stopped for whatever reason to continue their education.” Isabel Castaneda, senior secretary of distance education and SAC online, said the 16-week classes are designed for students who are seeking associate degrees or who want to transfer credits to other area universities. Students may take up to 12 credit hours per semester. Tuition for the program is based on in-state, out-of-district rates and varies by student and class. The estimated cost for a 12-hour semester is $1,096, nearly half the price of classes at a four-year, public university. “'When compared to a four-year university, its a real bargain,” Zeigler said. “The classes otter people the opportunity to get a quality education at a low cost.” Nancy Cobb, CISD associate superintendent for adminstration, said tuition costs are Custom Designs & Blinds ll I (, ll I S I (J I XII I I I. () \\ I ST PKI! I s LOWIS! PKK ISON WOOD, MIM, VERTICAL BLINDS; SHADI S A; sill I II Us! LARGE DISCOUNTS ON CUSTOM DRAPERIES & BED SPREADS FREE estimates given in your home (830) 899-2384 Canyon I :>U. TV ’SIU (•ary & Nita Marlin • 35 Wars iii Business FR£E Prostate Cancer Screening Thursday, June 16, 2005 5:30 - 7 p.m. Comal Urology 676 Loop 337, Building C, Suite 302 New Braunfels, TX Eligible men: Any man over 50, African American men over 40, and any man over 40 with a family history of the disease. No appointments will be taken. People will be seen in order of arrival. For more information, call: (210) 616-5504 Sponsored by: Cancer Therapy & Research Center, Comal Urology and the Kronkosky Charitable Foundation CT RC Cancer Therapy & Research Center w.vvv UK net • San Antonio, i v Come Check Out Our Grand Opening Specials! The PARTY Goes On! Turn your windows INTO WORKS OF ART. Our woven wood blinds will add warmth and beauty to all your windows. Now you can transfrom your living spaces and enhance the ambiance of each room with styles that complement, accent, and dramatize. Create simple or sophisticated interiors and discover how a woven wood blind will add new life and character to your surroundings. IId* Decor & More rM. 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Seventh-grade students Gavin jackson and Ashley King and and eighth-grade students Abel Alvarado and Kaitlyn Dulaney were selected as recipients of the Braunfels Foundation Award. The $500 U.S. Savings bond award is funded by the Harry and Christine Dierks Memorial Fund. Dennis Heitkamp, board president of the Braunfels Foundation Trust, presented the awards May 24, in front of the entire seventh and eighth grade classes at Smithson Valley Middle School. The criteria is based on the students’ record of good citizenship, ethical conduct, academic performance, attendance and participation in extracurricular activities. Runners-up were seventh-graders T homas Young and Michelle Roberts and eighth-graders Zachary Kopec and ('arrie Franklin. Those students each received a certificate and a $100 U.S. Savings bond. The selection committee consisted of a school administrator, counselor, two teachers and an officer in the school’s FTA. 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