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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Education Thursday, April 23, 1987 Herald-Zeltung New Braunfels Texas Page SA Special athletes CISD students unite and shine Fifteen Special Olympians from Bulverde Hlementary and Canyon Middle sc hools will participate Satur day in Special Olympics in Austin Students will compete in track and field events making the reality of this year s theme ‘ Special Olympics I nning the World.” closer to home The event gives special kids a day to shine said Sue Keoghan. special education teacher at Bulverde K. lenient a r> The program is founded on the belief that special educ ation students can with proper instruction and en couragement learn enjo> and tienefit from participation in in dividual and team sports adapted as necessary to meet the needs of those with limitations The i omal Isli students will travel to the area games at Westlake High school m \ustin b> bus Saturday \ complimentary breakfast will be served tv Milkmaids of New Braunfels and snacks will he served Judging contest tests knowledge Canyon Middle School students practicing for the Special Olympic? are (from left) Lee Vo gt Irene Ledesma Clayton Rapp Rosemary Robles. Rosa Martinez and Allen Batey courtesy of Kroger s of New The students will u* accompanied Free Km ma Schmidt and Darlene Twenty New Braunfels High School students competed in the Area VII Future Farmers of America judging contest April ll at Texas A&M University in College Station Teams of four students each com peted in the meats judging dairy products judging, livestock judging dairy cattle judging and poultry judging The meats judging team placed eighth and team member Lisa Meckel was seveth in individual rankings Other team members were Miles Gibbs, (aria Meckel and Becky Mueller In this competition, students evaluate l>eef pork and lamb carcasses as well as retail cuts in placing classes equality and yield grade are determined in another part of the meats contest and identifier hon of retail meat cuts is required The fourth part of the judging contest is answering questions on two of the classes observed during placing Competition in the dairy products contest is in four parts The students must examine pieces of mechanical milkers for defects identify cheese samples taste milk for defective or undesirable flavors and score sedi ment pads Placing sixth the team memners were Kristen Holley. Adam Baler Keith Neuse and Randall Schaefer Beef cattle, swine and lambs are evaluated as replacement breeding animals or as potential slaughter animals in the livestock judging contest Scott Hansmann Roxanne Holz. Chris Mager and Darrell Schmidt competed in this contest Dairy cattle judging is similar to livestock judging since live animals are evaluated Heifers are judged as potential replacements for stock Milking cows are visually appraised on their ability to give milk. Members of this team included Laura Johnson. Nathan Dolle. Erie Schmidt and Michelle Cooksey Poultry judging team members consisted of Conan Kerlick. Diana Hill. Matthew Ethridge and Don Neely In this competition the students ev aluate live pullets and laying hens, ready to-cook broilers and ready-to-cook turkeys They also evaluate eggs on external and internal characteristics A written exam is part of the poultry contest as well Laura Ann Bocquet Braunfels bv Keoghan Margi Handrtck Jo Watson Canyon FFA team set for state competition Canyon High School Future Farmers of \merica dairy products team nu*mt*crs are moving on to state competition after qualifying at the urea judging contest April 11 at Texas AAM I mversitv Members of the team are David Burvunek Ronald Gardener Richard Martin and Eli/aU-th Pfeuf fer Thank'' to some iHit'tanding in dividuai judging the team s total score was got*! enough to take second place overall said Melissa Walden student v o c a 11 o n a I agriculture teacher at CHS Pfeutter a sophomore swept third high score in individual competition Martin h»ik fourth and Ruryunek took seventh The team has worked and trained hard under the direction of FFA sensor Wesley Odell Walden said They are excited ut»out the possthili tv of advancing on to nationals in Kansas City The meats judging teams placed seventh in the area meet Members are Staton < hilliers Milroy Gibson Jennifer Pfeuffer and Lyman Skoiaut SVHS rocks without drugs or alcohol Rated IU an anti drug rock band will t*> featured in a concert to be held \pril at Smithson \ alley High School The Student Council will sponsor this event to maintain one of our goals i>f lust sjV v, ta drugs ami alcohol said lerry Le May a teat her at s\ HS Die program will consist of a half hour free concert and rap session with students on questions about not getting involved with drugs and alcohol I he program will be followed by a two hour t>enefit concert that even mg Tickets are SS each The ruck band is from Newport Beach Calif and the message they carry is getting high in not necessarily a matter of drugs l^eMay said The band consists of four members from the same family ranging in age from 18 to 22 years Their songs con sist of top rock ti roil tunes Spring field days set for next week spring field days are planned April Piper scholar Karen Arthur a senior at Ca nyon High School has been awarded the prestigious Min hie Piper Foundation Scholarship She is om* the second Piper scholar from Canyon High since it opened rn 1959 Arthur the daughter of Mrs Elsie Arthur of New Braunfels plans to use her scholarship to attend Baylor University The Piper Foundation scholarship goes to 25 high school graduates rn Texas and is earned through scholastic achievement The Stipend is $2,500 tor the first year and Si 500 per academic year tor the next three years during tour years of undergraduate study leading to a bachelor s degree in In ternationai Business for a total of SU OOO lo and May for student' Element a rv School at < omal Lone Star School honors students Forty students at Lone star Primary participated in an honors luncheon last week These students dined with pun cipal Evelyn Farmer at a special table on the cafeteria s stage These students were chosen by then leacher The purpose of this prugr am is to boost students morale and self concept as well as to give the students a chance to visit with the principal Students who participated in this luncheon were Jason I.each Michelle lamina Kevin Van Delden Mark Moreno Steven tonne/ Sonia Moreno. Jamie Sc hi a I her Brandon Read Zachary la*wis, Alyssa Juarez Alan Gomez Henry Alvarez Elizabeth Mullins. Miguel Gonzales I biretta Bachman, Gavcn Sollberger, Prissy Trejo. Adrian Rosales Uhristina Moreno. Elisa Aguirre Pamela Villarreal. Jon Wilson Manana Williams. Oscar Diaz. Jose Vital. Melissa Yanez. Jonathan Flavin. Erie Cruz. Robert ( antu James Morales. Rodrigo Zurita, Crystal Juarez. Danica Scholl, Sharon Martinez. Steve Ball. Irene Lopez, Danny Gonzales, l/esley Ott, Claudia Mares and Miguel Perez Rollo’s Barbecue Whole Brisket BBQ 4-6 lbs. $2.99 lb. Whole or Half BBQ Hams $2.69 lb. Family Pack Special $8.95 Includes Sauce 1 pt Potato Salad 1 pi. Pinto Beans 1 pt. Coleslaw Choice of I Meat 1Vj lb. Beef 112 lb Sausage r 2 lb Ribs 112 lb. Ham Order Your BBQ Chicken To Go Only Custom Catorinf & Party Trays 719 Hwy. 46 S. 629-1625 Students in kindergarten through fifth grade will have an opportunity to use the skills that they have developed during the year The event also affords an opportunity for com mumty involvement through the uh-of parent volunteers Each year Comal Elementary s field day ha" been a great success 'aid Joe McElroy physical educa Hon teacher on that campus Parent volunteers hav e ranged from Auto loo during the day Every student participant will receive a ribbon and certificate They will enjov field day event' fur mg 'peeia! classe' and move from station to station In case of inclement weather the field davs ex iii t** held Mav 7 and H ATOPEN TaxpayerS- Rights, Remedies, Responsibilities Want to learn more atxiUt the property tax system That s possible by reading a pamphlet the State Property Tax Board has written and made available at the local appraisal district office It st ailed Taxpayer's Hight" Remedies Responsibilities and J ii.ay help you 'ave money Learn atxiut tax relief available through • homestead exemptions • disabled veteran exemptions • special productivity v alue for farm, ranch and timber land • fax deferral for over b r homeowners V ou ll learn how your property is appraised That w ay . you can decide if the appraisal district s v alue is reasonable if you think it isn't. the pamphlet tells you how to prepare an appeal to the appraisal review txiard You ll learn the types of protests the appraisal rev lew board can hear and useful ev idence to bring to your hearing Important date* in the tax year are listed You ll know what your responsibilities are when you are obligated to satisfy them Remedies is free to taxpayers A'k for vours todav at COMAL APPRAISAL DISTRICT 644 N lx»p 337    New    Braunfels.    Texas    781311 Amazing DiagnosticTool To Be Unveiled Free Spinal Screening Free Thermography Screening (No Radiation) Free Hot Dogs & Soft Drinks Free Ferris Wheel Rides for the Kids Free Dragon Moon Walk Free Mechanical Pony Rides I Modem Science has progressed to new/heights There snow/ a machine that actually maps sensitive temperature deviations it', your body indicating where muscles are act abnormally This new diagnostic tool, called thermography, graphically displays (or. a Tv' monitor) those areas of your body that are in pain Come See What Your Pain Looks Like, Free! It s our First Anniversary, and we re celebrating with an open house, and the unveiling of this modern miracle of technology Come to the celebration and bring everybody in the family’ This Sunday from I OO p m. to 5 OO p m 606 South Walnut Walnut Square Shopping Center New Braunfels 629-4488 Richardson Chiropractic Clinic Dr Jerry Richardson I) (' Tnt PATIENT AND ANY V. I HE R PERbv N Pf HP V Bi I EDR PAYMENT MAS A RIGHT TO RE (USE TC' PAY OR CANCEL PAYMENT OR BE RElMBUR t I BRAYMEN’ F -R ANY SERVICE E XAMINATlON OR TRE ATMI N ’ WHICH is PE RT IRM! . A .ARE Si I ’    * AN'O'. r N N . Hi 'URS, 'I RESP'. NDING TO THE ADVERTISEMENT I R Od litR I RV I EXAM NA* N R t REA1 ME N T ;