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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 4, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 6A — Herald-Zeitung — Sunday, December 4, 2005Former governor, businessman, prominent professors highlight graduation ceremonies at UT-Austin AUSTIN — A former Texas governor, a food market executive, a library association president and several prominent professors will be among the speakers featured during fall commencement 2005 ceremonies Friday through Dec. 11 honoring graduating students at the University of Texas at Austin. Former Gov. Ann Richards, who was elected in 1990 to serve as the 45th governor of Texas, will speak at 6 p.m. Friday to graduates from the College of liberal Arts. The various colleges and schools host the convocation ceremonies at which Richards and other speakers will talk. lite convocations are occasions when these components celebrate their graduates’ achievements with individualized honors and tra ditions. The new Jackson School of Geosciences will host its inaugural commencement ceremony as a part of the weekend festivities. Fall graduation activities do not include a university-wide commencement ceremony. In honor of graduating students receiving their degrees at fall commencement ceremonies, the university’s Tower will be lighted orange with “05” displayed on all sides of building windows Friday through Dec. ll. The convocation activities include: ■ 6 p.m. Friday — College of Liberal Arts at the Frank Erwin Center. Speaker: Ann Richards, former governor ofTexas. ■ 9 a.m. Saturday — Graduate studies, doctor's degree and master's degree candidates. Bass Concert Hall, Performing Arts Center. Speaker: Dr. Sheldon Ekland- Shotgun Willps Lawn and Garden Equipment Repair • 168 VV. Nacogdoches • New Braunfels 830-626-8874 • 210-827-0272 Offering residential and commercial repair services. BEAT THE SPRING RUSH! BRING YOUR LAWN EQUIPMENT IN FOR SERVICE DURING DECEMBER 8l JANUARY SAVE TIME AND MONEY. iHOME OWNERS HELP LINEK Behind on Payments? Financial Problems? (Need to pay other bills?) Past Due Taxes? Problems with the House (House needs fixing?) Need Cash? REGARDLESS OF CREDIT HISTORY OR BALANCE ON HOUSE... CONSOL'0* AA HOME LOANS 210-618-4038 v Come and See ... Mystery/ The Christmas story is one of wonder and awe. That God would enter the world as an infant and become our sacrifice for sins! Come remember this amazing event with the Northest Bible Church Celebration Choir (St Orchestra on the following dates: December 9th - 7:30 pm - Brauntex Theatre in New Braunfels December 11 th - 8:00 - 9:30 - 11:15 am -Northeast Bible Church Hosted by New Braunfels Bible Church At the Brauntex Theatre on December 9th 830-624-8288 [email protected] Are you suffering from CEDAR ALLERGIES? Central Texas Health Research is accepting volunteers ages 12 and older to participate in a research study of an investigational medication. Qualified participants will be compensated up to $250. Olson, provost ofThe University ofTexas at Austin. ■ 9 a.m. Saturday — College of Engineering (graduate and undergraduate students), Frank Erwin Center. Speaker: Dr. Jack Randall, founder and former president and CEO of Randall and Dewey Inc. of Houston. ■ 10:30 a.m. Saturday — School of Nursing, Lyndon B. Johnson Auditorium. Speaker Dr. Nona Niland, M.D., a physician and a member of the School of Nursing Foundation Advisory Council. ■ 10:30 a.m. Saturday — School of Social Work, Hogg Auditorium. Speaker: Lauren E. Karch-mer, a senior student chosen by her peers to speak at the event. ■ Noon Saturday — College of Education, Bass Concert Hall, Performing Arts Center. Speaker: Dr. O.L. Davis Jr., the Catherine Mae Parker Centennial Professor in Education, University ofTexas at Austin. ■ Noon Saturday — School of Information (graduate and undergraduate students), Avaya Auditorium in Applied Computational Engineering & Sciences Building (ACES 2.302). Speaker: Gretchen McCord Hoffman, president of theTexas Library Association and an attorney at the law firm of Ful-bright and Jaworski. ■ 12:30 p.m. Saturday — College of Communication (graduate and undergraduate students), Frank Erwin Center. Speaker: Dr. James A. Mackin Jr., chair of the Department of Communication, Tulane University. ■ 1 p.m. Saturday — Jackson School of Geosciences (graduate and undergraduate students), Don R. Boyd Auditorium in the Geology Building (GEO 2.324). Speaker: William R. Muehlberger, professor emeritus from the Department of Geological Sciences =. ■ 2 p.m. Saturday — College of Fine Arts, Hogg Auditorium. Speaker: Gordon Peacock, the Frank C. Erwin Jr. Centennial Professor Emeritus in Drama, the University ofTexas at Austin, and professor emeritus of the University of Alberta Drama Department. ■ 7 p.m. Saturday — School of Architecture (graduate and undergraduate students), Goldsmith Hall Mebane Gallery. Speaker: Dr. Frederick Steiner, dean of the School of Architecture. ■ 10 a.m. Dec. 11 — McCombs School of Business, Frank Erwin Center. Speaker: Scott McClelland, president of Central Market and H-E-B Houston. ■ 2:30 p.m. Dec. 11 — College of Natural Sciences, Frank Erwin Center. Speaker To be announced. Information is available at the commencement Web site © eNevtf&’s jiolidsy Join us for a fun, exciting, memorable week of games, relays, crafts, nature hikes, zip lines, archery, giant banana splits and much more! December 26 - December 30 from 9 am to 5 pm and are designed for boys and girls ages 6-10. Cost $200 per week For more information please call Andy 625-9105 Success Stories Bill D. Davis, M.D. Bob Bower, M.D. Gerlyn Friesenhahn, M.D. announce the addition of Deborah L. Carver, M.D. to Neurology Clinic of Central Texas Specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of: • Carpal Tunnel • Peripheral Neuropathy • Numbness • Back Pain • Botox Clinic • Parkinson’s Disease • Tremor • Epilepsy • Alzheimer’s Disease • Headaches ADI IIT NEIIK( )L< XIV • ELECTROMYOGRAPHY • ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY Now accepting patients at their office at: I ILB Gruene Park Dr., New Braunfels, TX For an appointment or information call: (830) 606-9142 or (830) 609-2040 • wfrom Colonial Manor Care Cente Mr. Dagley came to Colonial Manor Care Center in New Braunfels in the beginning of October with a significant amount of weakness, * balance problems, and a decline in^ function and ability to walk. We are VCT/ glad to announce that after one month of rehabilitation, with Physical and Occupational Therapy, Mr. Dagle^ ^ ‘ was able to return home to his family. Due to his commitment to hard work, he has successfully renewed his independence, found an* increase in functional activities, and /^VV, is ambulating without an assistive i (\ device. Congratulations Mr. Dagley on your success! Colonial Manor Care Center    h 821 US Highway 81 West • New Braunfles, TX 78130 * 830-625-7526 ?    ^    -i'j-    .    *    _    .    -    2.     •*>Join Oakwood as the A.D. Players present their Off-Broadway play John, Story A l>. I’Ijwts I 1kmtcr Presents ■ if ' rn John, His Story C all lor information: (830) 609-0900 Jeannette* ( lilt < .corge Friday, December 9th & Saturday, December 10th Free Admission Doors Open at 6:30 p.m. Showtime at 7:00 p.m. 2154 Loop 337 North (830) 625-0267 Visit us online at Come see what the excitement is all about! ; ’ tv .Call to subscribe 830-625-9144 ••••••••••••••a •••••••••••a ;