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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 18, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, Feb. 18,1994 ■ Heraid-Zeitung ■ 3 J American x Lfgloit flail 618 E Kingsbury Seguin, Texas QUESTS ARE WELCOMEI Sol, Feb. 19; 8-12 Country fit Western Sounds of Country Funk Kosub Far Mora lafonaotiea Coll _    379-1079 SWIMWEAR PRETEEN-JUNIO* - MIME* Canyon kids hit leadership forum LMI week Canyon High School was well represented at the National Youth Leadership Forum of Security and Defense in Washington, DC. Greg Gitcho, a junior at CHS, along with 270 other delegates around the nation had the opportunity to learn about our government's security and defense systems. The delegates participated in a simulated nuclear crisis between North Korea and South Korea. Each delegate was appointed to a certain position. Greg was appointed as the Secretary of Defense of the United States. Along with the simulated nuclear crisis, the delegates visited numerous Bluffh am Mannaw Plum* sites arouixi Washington, D.C., such as the Pentagon, the White House and Capitol Hill. Speakers such as General Haig and Admiral Crowe described the many responsibilities of the military and told the delegates a brief history of their climb to the top. Greg summed up his trip by saying, "It was an awesome opportunity to learn about the details of our government. I wish everyone had the chance to experience what I did." Congratulations to the Aristocats Dance Team. The dance team walked away horn the Heart of Texas Classic Competition in Temple, Texas with five different awards this past weekend They received judge's awards for their pom and jazz routines. The Aria-cats also came away with an award for the best overall presentation. The dance team also received the Gusssie Nell Davis award. It is a special award given to a dance team that receives a 90 or above from every judge for every dance. And finally the Aristocats earned a superior rating sweepstakes trophy for their outstanding performances. The Aristocats would like to thank everyone for their hard work and support throughout the training for the competition. Last week on Feb. ll Mr. Thompson's World Geography Honors Gass took a field trip to the SWTSUllbnry and LCR Lecture Auditorium. The ancients attended a class taught by Dr. Byron Augustine and conducted actual research for a college level term paper. This trip not only allowed the students to urn the University fecilttiea^ but it gave then an opportunity to experience college level courses and lequiremenis. This wk the aeoond field trip for the honors geography class. Earlier this year, they made a geological study of Enchanted Rock near Fredericksburg. Cavalcade Of Harmony w,,r* M~M- Barbershop quartets concert to raise money for handicapped children The 20th Annual Cavalcade of Hap-mony barbershop harmony ameer family show is coming to the New Braunfels High School Auditorium Sunday, Feb. 20 at 4 p.m. The show will raise money for children with speech and hearing impediments. Tickets are $6 in advance or $7 at the door. Students are $4. For advance tickets, contact any New Braunfels area Sertoma or S.P.E.B.Q.S A. member. The show will feature The South Texas Sound, made up of members ftom New Braunfels, San Marcos and Seguin; The Improptu Quartet, international finalists at a recent oompctitcn; Starlight Knights, who have been enters taining audiences nationwide for more than 20 years; and Vintage 21, a quartet of seniors all bom in 1921, who perform comedy and novelty numbers. For more information, call Jim Chatdle at 608-9168 or Mo Rector at 606-7464. Supporting Other Singles meets at the Holiday Inn Cactus Room Fab. 18 at 6:30 p.m. The Retired Eagles Activities Club will meet Fab. 20 from 2 p.m. lo 6 p.m. M Eagles Hal. Meet w* be furnished by the dub. It wil be pot roast, and those with a birthday or anniversary this month, brong cake or cookies. New Braunfels Optimist Club meets Mondayk, Feb. 21 at 6:30 p.m. at Finksl's. All members, sxospt those working on the new dub in Seguin, are urged to Mend Leola Moffett, owner d Hustle-Bustle, wil apeak. New Braunfels Hepubiiean Women meet Monday, Feb. 21 at Republloan say, I noon at Moly doe's . Willie Lawtey, newly-elected district director win be the guest speaker. Quests welcome. The third organizational meeting of the LaSertome Club in Now Braunfels will be held Tuesday, Fab. 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Shirley Littleton, 1480 Narcissus. Contact Shirley al 629-6052 for information. Comal County Chapter of Texas Democratic Women will meet Fab. 22 at Comal Bowl st 6:30 p.m. The Comal County Democrats wil meet immediately after that, at 7:30 p.m. Everyone invited. Col Kristie Hayduk at 606-1947 for information on the Democratic Women and Gloria Sasser at 620-0864 for information on the County Democrats. The Book Review Club will meet at the Senior citizen’s Center, 655 Lands Street, Tuesday, Fab. 22 at 10 am. to 11:30 a.m. Coffee at 9:30 arn. Ann Muschaiek wil betaking excerpts from Retort Fulghum’s books. Plan to bring a friend. Guests 12 donation. The next meeting of the Cornel County Caring for Children Committee will be held at 5:30 p.m. at McKenna Memorial Hospital, Conf arenas Room 1, Thursday, Fab. 24. Pubic welcome. COMAL BOWL HAVE SOME FUN, GO BOWLING! FEB. SPECIAL • PAY REO. PRICE (S2.40 EA.) FIRST 3 GAMES, ALL AFTER ONLY 99* Huisache A 81 OZS-OZOJ 1 block off Walnut A GAME The Starlight Knights: Grit Griffith, Bub Buck, Ms Rector and Bam AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION MEMORIALS & TRIBUTES I -800-AH A-US Al American Heart Association U.S. SAVINGS BONDS r The investment that lets you count your chickens before they hatch. 1-800-4-US-BOND "ATTRACTIONS" FAMILY HAIRSTYLING SALON If your hair is not becoming to you... you should be coming to us. Connie Brumfield Owner/Stylist Jonnie Chancy Stylist Hours: 9:00-5:00 Tues Sal Evening Appts. Available WESTERNER SHOPPING CENTER 390 LANDA <>20-4777 (Fellowship Meeting at Memorial School, 1900 S. Walnut Memory -Elementary | □ I Walnut iH 35 Church office 620-4353 David McKain, Pastor ‘’“'This Sunday’s message... "The Personality of Dayspring" Everyone Welcome! In Essentials, Unity; In Non-Essentials, Liberty; In All Things, Love ED Nolan will be a strong, effective, hardworking County Commissioner. TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS I Small bouquet 5 Old European coin 10 Russian emperor: var. 14 Brainstorm 16 Battery part 16 Crooked 17 Small 19 Distribute 20 Sounds of hesitation 21 Ship bottom 22 Light swords 23 — one s time: 57 Shipboard direction 60 Selves 61 Red flower 64 Sea eagle 65 Beginning 66 Be dressed In 67 Experiment 66 Darlings 68 Wise about DOWN 1 Smoker's Item 2 Scent 2 Min. 24 Bake 26 Weighed down 29 Approaohoe 31 Possessed Warm color Taunt _ 37 Go estray 36 — one's v * He believes that the growth of government at all levels continues to erode our personal and financial freedom. * We have enough of politicians who keep spending, raising our taxes and wasting our tax dollars. * The incumbent has voted FOR every spending inert** since he has been in office. Where and when do the spending and tax increases stop? proceed 39 VAIda" composer 41 Wise 42 Finish 43 Humorist — Berry 44 Sign of the zodiac 46 Actress — Dawn Chong 47 Revises 49 Ceremonies 50 Classify 52 Guffaw 54 Damp 56 Pope's name 4 Tibetan ox 5 Went out with 6 invisible 7 Spiral 8 Woodworking tool 9 Goiter's peg 10 Pecks downs 11 Lover 12 Comic — Johnson 13 Blended whiskeys 16 Making do with 22 Fadiitata 23 Flax 24 Invasion 25 Planet’s path 26 Not so high 27 Stadium 26 Ysllow winnowers 30 Heron 32 Bicker 33 Gown 35 Dodge □awrn wranHu immr.i mama unurau nwnra limillilir.lliliaM [7JI4ML1 HMOMMIiM MDMMUIiffl I;] NM It MW rawnnM lim ii mlihmti 14 iii mw muuMMii MWW Ii WI;! WI, I Ii WH IX IL ll Pl MU (I □ WI 4 □ 14 Iii □ Ii 14 □MUM UI414UM 14 DIM Cimelia MWI.LmnmM UMI..HIIMH □Ii WK) MUUMUMIIMHM MLI UM ii ll (4 UM lifWLT HEIM □ M Ii WO 14 U (4 ll (TI MSS*    ©    1SS4    Unwed    Feature    Syndtaato 40 Bed 41 Fit 43 Money owed 45 Popped up 49 Black eye: slang 51 Valuable item 53 Expels 64 Encounter 55 Giant in fairy ti 56 Leaning Tower site 57 Egyptian awn god 58 Decree 59 Edible root 61 Pee container 62 Individual 63 Couple CITIZENS 629-2265 Ws only require 10% down (or trade) plus TTHI And *e'H finance up lo 60 months. til > EQUAL HOU SINO LENOCH1 ,315 LANDA ST. .axe. REPUBLICAN NOLAN FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER A Strong Voice for Less Government and More Effective Uge of Republican Primary March 8, 1994 Early Voting February 16, - March 4, Rd. Pol. Adv., 64 Nolan Camp., P.O. Box 2017 Canyon Lake. TX 78130-2017 ;