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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page6A    Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas    Sunday,    December    6    1987Nephew’s Toys for Tots Community Ed offers Defensive Driving Nephew s. 262 W Jahn is sponsoring a Toys for Tots weekend Dec. if and 12 On Friday give donations at the door and on Saturday enter the pool tournament for $5 and win cash prizes. Clay Biaker and the Texas Honky Tonk Band will provide the musical entertainment Discussing how all proceeds will go to the New Braunfels Jaycees Toys for Tots program are from left. Nephew s owner Johnny Finch Jaycee and Nephew s manager John Burton Toys for Tots chairman Jim Stephens and managing vice president of New Braunfels Jaycees Kurt Ruzicka (Photo by Deryl Clark). Today, being a safe driver is not enough. Awareness of the other drivers around you is just as important. New Braunfels ISI) Community Education is offering a Defensive Driving course for people who wish to improve their safe driving techniques. This course also satisfies court referrals and insurance compa nies. Classes are Kung offered from 6-10 p.m. on the follow ing dates Nov. TO and Dec. 2. In IdSK. the class will lx' offered tw ice each month through May Classes in January w ill be offered on the I Itll and 13th; in February on the 8th and 10th; in March on the 14th and 16th; in April on the lith and I Mil, and in May on the 'Hh and I Itll. Kick Wilson will instruct the class, which will Iv taught at New Braunfels High School in Rixun A II The fee is $2S which includes a book. ('all New Braunfels ISI) at 620 6200 lo register tor one of the classes WEEKEND MARKET Ofcwi*ty This Friday, Saturday & Sunday December 11 th, 12th and 13th Over 30 Shops Under One Roof! •Arts Et Crafts •Ceramics •Small Business •Charity Fund Raising Booths ^Plants •Farmer's Market ^Garage Sales • I cols Office Equipment •Furniture ^Jewelry •Toys *And Many Other Items All indoors for your comfort Et convenience Plenty of Paved Parking At the Former GIBSON BUILDING in New Braunfels 1661 So Seguin <FM 725>     ^77;---^ St III I** OPEN Friday ft Saturday 9 to 6 Sundays 12 to 6 Mi I Kl sis rn thfci 1 MI SI l.l IN IX*MNT<»WN NBISD hosting common sense discussion Good business sense usually Iv bv step guide, w! *h mines ten v<* ,r im •• y IR \ r IRS J. . ‘ gins with common sense. Which is    bask prim i;    s 1    •tell    p why the talk, given by Jack I). Finder    their finance of the Art Williams Corporation, w dl , ,M    . be of interest to so many people. evils .,1 pl.w,. moi y, ii,slat New Braunfels ISI) Commie tx    It    a Education is hosting Common    and low \a!    ■ In    h    0    h ’ * Sense: A simple plan for financial e e ifs* 1 : independence" on Thursday, De*. IO you keep. : . v lander will present a Im*, step liners t. I v ■*    •    '    a For Space Information or Other Dot.als Call 625 6981 625 7038 or 625 9590 rn I yours, building a generation to-gen-or\*iion investment and your attitude and the impact it bason your financial Held in the Board Ktmm of the Education Center at 4 To \y Mill Street. I indcr s discussion will begin at 7 n m Pet Corner HOUSTON TRACKER & UNIDEN ^T.V. SATELLITES »*** FULLY REMOTE CONTROL from anywhere IN THE HOUSE plus DESCRAMBLER BUILT IN.. Tips make vet trips much more comfortable 3* — 'A* = efiRm/MAS It s it) minutes until your pets an nual appointment with veterinarian and Fluffy and Fido are nowhere to be found Pets may not tie able to spell but they always seem to kin a w hat V H T stands for and at * fit first sign that a clinic visit is in the offing they hightail it to places unknown Any trip to the veterinarian wil be stressful for your pet but a little planning and some advance trainim will make it easier First familiarise your pet with its carrier Leave the carrier open in the living room You’ll find that your cat or dog will enjoy wander mg into it for a snooze or to escape the hustle and bustle for a while Second, accustom your pet to car travel For many pets the only time they ride rn the car is when they are taken to the veterinarian Throw in a lew just tor tun trips to the park the gas station or jus’ around the block The more experience your pet has with the t lr the less frightened it will be Every pet should have .t thorough examination at least once a year When you tiring your pet in Ae a «i check its overall health We will start by palpating the i**t gently touching or squeezing the body mr possible tumors or enlarged organs VY«• will also examine the eyes ears gums and teeth take its temperature and listen to its breathing and heartbeat We may also wish to do a fecal examination to test for internal parasites Vaccinations are an important part of annual visits There ire many vaccines available tor dogs and cats bu! whether your t*et needs them all will depend upon several factors We will first discuss with vou the vaccinations vour pet needs Some of Hie vaccinations you may want to consider include distent!**! infectious canine bepat it is lep tospirosis parainfluenza bordetellosis coronavirus and par vovirus tor dogs and panleukopema feline distemper or enteritis rh iiH)t r ached is callet pneumonitis and feline leukemia virus for cats Both dogs and cats should I** vat ciliated for rabies whether they go outside or not lf your pc*! ever does come in contact with a rabid animal you will be* glad it is pro tee ted C • -> ** ' < * w " * icsa** More than IOO stations available. • Movies ‘Sports «Nev.s •Religious ■ much-much more1 V NEW UNITS INSTALLED AS LOW AS ‘1,200.°° plus tax Tony s Satellite Shop *7 .    0    2226    W -i i a i I I i 2’ vf» Dos rambler avaiiabit tor your o • istincj system Call for more information Sa!) Antonio 625 5546 v in Business Same Location in Now Braunfels rnMake the holidays brighter, make a tax- deductible contribution to the Heraid-Zeitung Cheer Fund to provide 200 families with Christmas dinner LIGHTF0RCE YOUTH t EXPLOSION 3 Dec. 12, 1987    8:00    P.M. ; New Horizons Unlimited r    (Old    Y-Cafe) z    For    Something I’ Completely Different i Music. Food, & Good | News for a Change    |JB9|jj ii Admission is FREE rrr?W. rn -          ~    4 a* * DO YOU HAVE MILD TO MODERATE ASTHMA? If so, we need volunteers to partici-pate in a PDA approved clinical study for a new asthma medication Participants must be 12 years of age or older, and w ill be paid. For more information call : CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 705-A Landa 625-7612 Catch the Christmas I hividcof ChrfctmasTtee bbb Lancia St. 512-625-FRESH f I't'iU He I i dcu f loi'oJi i h •*>! -X'C • • v / rn Store Hours Mon Sot 9 S 30 Sun IO 4 ;