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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 11, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung a Thursday, January 11, 1996 H 3Educators honored Guadalupe Valley American Legion Unit #35 recognized local educators recently by presenting bookmarks to all staff members. This coincided with National Education Week. Pictured are Joan Helmke, Unit #35 member, and Brenda Kohn, instructional coordinator with the Comal Independent School District. Hotline provides college info The 1996 College Information Hotline (available via a toll-free call) provides timely information concerning post-secondary educational opportunities to Texas students and their families. One weekend in January is set aside for the hotline operation each year. This year, the hotline will be in operation January 13 and 14, from IO arn. to 6 p.m. The toll-free number, 1-800-829-4599, is publicized through radio, television, newspapers and high school guidance offices throughout the state of Texas. A hotline information packet is distributed in December and early January. Teams of high school and college admission counselors will man IO incoming WATTS phone lines. Each year, about 75 professional counselors from schools across Texas volunteer to field incoming calls. Spanish-speaking counselors are available each shift. The hotline is operated from the offices of the Greater East Texas Servicing Corporation in Bryan. All volunteers are members of the Texas Association of College Admission Counselors (TAC AC). The hotline is directed to anyone in the state who has questions about any aspect of college admission, financial aid, degree programs, housing, student life and activities or special programs. Historically, callers are predominantly high school students and their parents, but an increasing number of information requests are coming from middle school students, current college students adults who did not complete college or have never attended, and veterans with questions about their benefits. The 1996 hotline is the eleventh year the project has been in operation. Funding is provided by the Greater East Texas Servicing Corporation. The Texas hotline is the largest project of its type in the nation. Last year, close to 1,000 calls about college admission and financial aid were handled by our volunteers. During the call, counselors spend much time counseling students and their patents about planning for college and careers. Callers may also request information from specific colleges and universities. If counselors are unable to answer any of the caller’s questions, they will research the answer and provide the information within the week following the call. Admission representatives from over 25 public and private colleges and universities in Texas will be on duty throughout the weekend. Although it is impossible to guarantee that a counselor from a particular school will be present, we are often able to let tile caller speak to a representative from the school of interest. Hotline operators also field many questions about vocational and tech meal schools and community colleges. We will also provide information about any college in the U.S. Counselors’ sources of information include college publications, computerized information systems and the collective experience of the over 75 admission professionals who are volunteering their time. Members of the Texas Association of School Finan cial Aid Administrators will be available to assist with detailed questions about the financial aid process anc application procedures. Stammtisch Garage sale spaces The Garden Ridge Area Women’s Club is accepting reservations for spaces at its annual citywide garage sale and flea market scheduled for Saturday, March 16 at 8 arn. at the Bracken VFD Community Hall. Fees are $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers for each space. For information, call Gem at 651-9325 or Bessie at 651-9222. Benefit golf tournament There will be a two person team golf tournament Feb. 25. Each team will consist of a male and female. Entry donation will be $75 per couple. It will be flighted and the flight you arc put in will be determined by your combined handicaps. Mail your entry fee to Alice Simpson, 728 Summerwood Drive, New Braunfels, along with proof of handicap. All proceeds go to the sweetheart fund that supports the Elks Children’s Diagnostic Center. Cash and other prizes. Entry fee includes a barbecue dinner. For information, call 620-5917 after Jan. 15. Christmas tras recycling The City of New Braunfels and New Braunfels Utilities will sponsor the 9th annual Christmas Tree Recycling Program in Landa Park beginning Dec. 26; An area in the swimming pool parking lot will be designated as the site to receive the trees. Remove nails and other metal fasteners from the trees to protect the employees and the chippers used to convert the trees into mulch. Krusgsr to spoak The Unitarian Universalists will have Bob Krueger, ambassador to Burundi, and/or his wife, Kathleen, share some personal expenences and knowledge about the African country of Burundi on Wednesday, Jan. IO at 7:30 p.m. at 300 Lincoln, the home of Thea Chessher. With a better understanding of different cultures, traditions and religions, we can hopefully better understand our own. All interested people are invited to attend. Choir performance The Smithson Valley High School Choir presents Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Thursday, Jan 11 to Saturday, Jan. 13 and Jan. 18,19 and 20 at 8 p.m. each night in the SVHS Commons. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children. For information, call Perry Dean at 904-7273. Dance clinic The second annual Canyon High School Aristocat Dance Team Clinic for Pre-K through eighth grade Saturday, Jan. 13 at the Cougar Den. Pre-K to 4th grade from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., fifth to eighth grade 9 a.m. to noon. Cost is $15. Awards will be given. Registration forms will be available at the clinic. For more information, call Allyson DeMasco at 625-6251. Pest control Gar den Ville founder and Master Gardener Malcolm Beck will discuss safe pest control methods and organic gardening and landscaping techniques Wednesday, Jan. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Bracken Volunteer Fire Department Community Hall. Sponsored by the Garden Ridge Area Women’s Club, the program is free and open to the public. Call Jerric at 651-5926 or Dorothy at 651 -5691. Potluck dinner The Newcomers Club will hold its International Potluck Dinner Thursday, Jan. 18 at the Senior Center at 5:30 p.m. Bring your special interna- Hoops Sports Bar NFL Phunn Day • Sun., Jan. 14 2" buffet, 11 a m. - 6 p.m. 75c Drafts • Prizes Longnecks 'I - Well Drinks 1202 Huisache • 625-6265 Pain may be eliminated for millions (SPECIAL)-A new drug has been approved that is exciting researchers in the treatment of pain. This material has been formulated into a new product known as ’’Arthur Itisiu" and is being called a "Medical Miracle" by some, in the treatment of debit itatingconditionssuch as arthritis, bursitis, rheumatism, painful muscle aches, joint aches, simple backache, bruises, and more. Although the mechanism of action is unclear,experimentsindicatethat Arthur ltis.» relieves pain by first selectively attracting, and then destroying the messenger chemical which carries pain sensations to the brain, thus eliminating pain in the affected area. Arthur (tis.*. is an odorless, greaseless, non-staining cream and is available immediately without a prescription and is guar anteed to work. u*. only M <n*act.d @ I VV? \4* vilivtttg (tiuwp (ut AVAILABLE AT: City Pharmacy 386 Landa 625-4711 tional dish and your own drinks. Table service will be provided. Costumes optional, but encouraged. A special invitation is extended to Winter Texans to come, bring their favorite dish and get acquainted. Ul Abner on stage Al Capp’s musical ‘Li’l Abner’ will be presented by the Canyon High School Fine Arts Department Jan. 18 and 19 at 7 p.m. and on Jan. 21 at 3 p.m. in the Canyon High School Commons. Tickets go on sale Monday, Jan. 8 at 8 a.m. in the CHS office. $3 for adults, $2 for students. Capacity is limited so buy tickets early. No reserved seating. Tickets will be available at the door also. Call Jean Wood at 625-6251 for information. Garage sal# The Heritage Society of New Braunfels is sponsoring a garage sale Saturday, Jan. 20 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the storage building across from the Wurstfest grounds on Landa St. Proceeds from this sale will benefit the Heritage Society’s projects for 1996. For more information, call 629-6504. Natures Way The city of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering this month’s Nature’s Way: Walk on the Wild Side, for ages 6 to IO. Tfie park ranger will differentiate between domesticated and wild animals and the safety precautions involved through games and activities. He will show where the wild animals live and how to find them. The program is Thursday, Jan. 25 at picnic area #4 in Landa Park from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Be sure to wear walking shoes. The fee is $3 per person. Preregistration is required and will be taken until Thursday, Jan. 25 at the parks office at I IO Golf Course Road. For information, call 608-2160. HEY KIDS ...Another Great... Teen Dance! sponsored by KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Council #4183 111 Landa Street 7-llpm Doors open 6:30 Lock in Dance Admission $5.00 WW,    WW VlhKL'j? OANCE WITE: .SSI itBsf ’T’ Friday. Crosscountry > Throwing    unmet    uh    it:    ^    Pizza Contest    Friday,    Jan.    12 Crosscountry 0 J. Dttnnif TU fUfat ft***/ Free Delivery (United delivery area) Free Pepperoncinis A Spacial Garlic Sauce 651 Walnut Ave., in H.E.B. Shopping Center 629* PARA,_____ Two fare” O ne "Topping”] J Ca OutSpedal “j Delivered    11 One Large One Topping | *11“ ll ll ll SIJ98 I    Expir.. JO day.    Naval*    »«i    any oft* oft*    Val*    j    j    I*!*** >0 daya Na val* ** any Ob* ate. 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Commissioner Perry surprised political watchers with an upset victory in 1990. He currently is serving his second term, and has proven he is the right man for the job. Perry has worked at the department to represent agriculture’s interests across Texas and the nation. In 1991, he was selected to serve on the U.S. Trade Advisory Committee on International Trade. Perry began his political career in 1984, when he was elected to represent District 64 in the Texas House of Representatives. He won praise for his legislative work in 1989, and was named “one of the IO most effective lawmakers” by the Dallas Morning News. He served three terms before being elected to his current post. A native of Paint Creek in Haskell County, Perry received a bachelor of science degree in animal science from Texas A&M University. Upon graduating in 1972, he entered the U.S. Air Force and served as a C-130 pilot. He attained the rank of captain before leaving the service to return to ranching and farming in Haskell County. Join the New Braunfels Republican Women at this annual luncheon meeting in Wesley Hall at the First United Methodist Church on Jan. 22 at 12 noon. For more information, call 625-6119. t'M ' Rick Perry OMA’S HAUS “W1LKOMMEN” COUPON I    WITH    THIS    COUPON J 15% DISCOUNT OFF DINE IN MENU ITEMS ONLY I GOOD ANYTIME THROUGH JANUARY 31, 1996 15% iii OMA’S SSO .,-4f1 rn ut I OFF HAUS <p RESTAURANT Just off IH-35, (Exit 189) on Highway 46 New Braunfels . (I) i .y<. -1 ! (H M .tx , ———————----------——————    . The Herald-Zeitung Winter Wedding Planner ^ Anyone In the bridal Industry Is welcome to advertise their product or service that will make all the details fall into place. S7n addition to being a part of one of our best and largest promotions of the year, your ad will run again in our Summer Bridal Tab this June at our regular pickup rate! CTli an added bonus, nm a 1/4 page or larger ad and receive a free photo of i bride and/or groom with a outline! Runs: Sunday, ]an. 21 Deadline: Friday, ]an. 12 Format: Tabloid Includes runs in: •The Herald-Zeitung •The Advisor • The Times-Guardian Call Your Sales Representative Today! The Herald-Zeitung • 625-9144 HH ;