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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 14, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 2 B O Herald-Zefrjnq Q Friday, June 14.1906We're Meeting Aa* waRaeafc wn«9«9Miuvi BmiMi I MUI WU I wR ba from 2 pm to 5 pm June 23* Fork* Store pl Coni ary Pion Flu*. rCal Mary Aim Woody Pl 609-3124 or ■Pate* Meckel * 964-3681„ Nm* Braunfels Mph Soho* OM* of 1942 WPI havo dinner al Papa ,Jtete% (tarnal^ AMP) Pt 930 pm, I Juno 14. For MofmaRon, col Jim • ^ -«-»■ iia ■ Ma pfir fur :4V9WnWWKJW tm UCD DBPO. * • Oom* Dourly SooMfeh Ria dub • quortady mooting and (tenor apl ba I bald Saturday, Juna 15, Pl th* Canyon I Late Gov and Country Club. Soda! ; flour wa ba Pl £30 pm, (Inner Pl 7 ; pm ScoMah Rte Macon* and guests • aminated Forlaaarwaiona. cal Vhgl #Go6Mna al 625-4403 or Gaston Par-Iwon* Pl 600-5735. a ar Now Braunfala Children and MHWWH WWWIDQn UPVmi UVBOt Oar mea* *7 pm 9»«iM Monday of each month at Oakwood Baptist Que* on Loop 337. Th* nart mooing P June 17. For infownoten. cal Karen Xteana, at 629-2093. r • Now Braunfala Republican Woman wB moat Pl noon. Monday, Juna 17 al tho Now Braunfels Smoke-houaa. Speaker wM ba Chriolophar Briton. Guests, man indudadL ara toe- 'edtoatend. Stammtisch Bowing Club <NI hold rte annual dub maalng al 7:30 pm, June 17, at Pie dub. Board ofertlons wR ba held. The iaglaa Auxffimy 62999 wR have a social mooing Monday, Juno ; 17 at 730 pm Officer meet al 7 pm American Association of Retired Persona will meat Juna 18 at the Senior Cantar, 666 Land* St Meeting stets at 930 am, rairaahmants at 9 am Members arith birthdays this month ara asked to bring cookies. Guests and new members invited. The National Association of —•---■    am a-----—tm |. viprwQ iwiwni employ*** ww now 9wir annuN picnic at 11 am, Wadnas* day, Juna 19, at the Andy Marbach Ranch on Swanson Road. Mast and drinks Pi be brrwhsd. Evtiyons w asked to bring a covered (fish. For dtecPons. cal Andy Marbach at 309 5306. Thoro wl be no NARFE maalng June 21. La Lech* League of Now Braunfels aril meet at 1^) a.o^., \A^sdnsedsy, June 19, in tie masting room of NBNB Cantar North, 1000 N. Walnut SI For information cal Dana at 626-1240 or Mary al 609-2889. The San Antonio Cactus and Xerophyte Society meats Wednesday, June 19 at the Garden Cantar, 3310, N. New Braunfels, Ski Antonio. Vialing at 7 pm, program at 730 pm St Ann's Christian Mothers Altar Society of Ste. Pater and Paul CoRioRc Church wR hold a sate! luncheon at noon, June 20 at the Knights of Columbus Hal. Christian Mother’s ate sated to provide a salad, dsaaart or Dom tor me tuncnoon. a oner masting uJI *-»---- WW TOSO*. Fischer Store School Community Cantar annual moating and barbecue wi ba Saturday, Juna 22. Meeting at 1130 am and lunch (rom noon to 3 pm Adults $6, Chicken $2.50. Location is Pie comer of Ranch Road 32 ana rM w n I senor. ror iwofmaoon, cal Regina at 935-2006 or Floyd at 8993713. Marla Schumann and A. Hue-bingar reunion wR be Sunday, June 23 at Immaculate Conception hoi in Marion. Registration at 11:30 am, lunch at noon, then meeting and desserts, and finished by 4:30 p.m. Please bring food. Drinks and utsnsls are provided. Sodas wa be sold. Door prize # The New Braunfels Optimist Club wR meet at 630 pm Tuesday, Juna 18 at 00*% Haus. Read Helmly wR speak on i wino the Intermit Christoph Brauns Reunion wR be at 1 pm., June 23 at Pie Abort Kypfer Hermann Sons Lodge in Clear Springs. Bring memorabRa, term for slant auction, sandwiches, chips, dips or desserts for lunch. For more information, cal Wffiam Brauna at (512) 353-8349. Low    Fees,Balls    ! $23 Weekdays** (Inc!. Green Fee, Cart A balls) $28 WeekendtlHolidaya+Tmx (IncL Green Fee, Cart A balls) $15 Twilight Specials (After 4:00 Green Fee A Cart) batts stat bss^aded ass l^tstUgbt Stfoetal Gat rn Frat 4mm of Spokane Top FIMb XL’* Bdb WMH A Round of Golf! • Tm Ham Satan* • S Cairn Rn Cut • NM VWS we Ti )k i IU I ii I (■/ nu mw, 7 r> I I .if, ,1 Id Nim,ii, s S, OmIH I > Vt Mil I I M MAHINDRA No Chrome, No Bolls And Whistles... Just A Tough, Depondablo, Work-Horse Utility Tractor -Priced Right 50 And 43 HP Modulo    $8,800 •£?HH SwlNnkkn tale) eee-esys Southernwood hardens Nedve Designs and Ceiwukedon • nuuvB norm • Aquatic Plan* • Aadgui Assai • Vegetates Start* Bab Rate—awa, Proprietor 608-9160 i \11:i<(,i \< i;\ tx,i \ss M KN lf I Glasses made while you wait One hour or less for most prescriptions. CTO Creative Eyewear •44 N. Walnut St Ntw IrauBfttas TX 78130 <210)625*770 Comal County Aggie Moms are oncrms •cuoiviDips ®or iB\ivivinp si Texas AAM who have completed 95 hours or more. Call Lads Dietert at 625-2637 loran application. Deadline is July I. The city of New Braunfels will salute the Fourth of Ally with a parade. To make the parade bigger and better, vintage sod antique cars are being fought Anyone interested in participating, may call Philip Cavanaugh al die Sophienburg Museum, between 9 am and 4:30 pm Monday through Thursday, al 629-1572. The Summer Reading Program at the Ditdinger Memorial Ubnry is here. Kids ages three to five can come in far Storydme Tuesdays at IO am, and programs for school-age kids begin Thursday, May 30. Programs will nm through July 18, and they are all fine. Call 608-2150 for information.The program Thursday will be Karate an June 27 will be life of Bicycling. The Black Heritage Society of Comal County will be celebrating Juneteenth on Saturday. Barbecue chiclero dinners will be sold from ll am to 3 pm at 594 Academy. There will be a talent show at 7 pm, followed by the crowning of Miss June-teenth and ending with a dance from 8 pm to midnight The activities win take place * the Senior Citizens Center, and aU proceeds will go toward the EQ* Wilson Memorial Scholarship Funds. For more information, contact Nathan Millett at 625-4150 or Margaret Adams at 620-6402. Barbecue dinners win be sold for $5 and dance and talent show will also cost $5. Lakefeet aprons for stew Lakefest *96 5K tun was a major success, with more than 250 participants. Unsure of how may would attend the crawfish boil and barbecue following die nm, Habitat for Humanity ordered too many event aprons. Come by the Henld-Zeitung, Kwik-Kopy Printing, CoUected Memories or Bikes and Boards and buy a full-sized chefs apron with the colorful Lakefest design. The aprons are on sale for $8 md an proceeds go to Habitat for Humanity. With Father’s Day coming up soon, it would make a great gift For more information, call Susan Phillips at 609-5030. mara vt mfi (Md Greene Market Days will be held Saturday and Sunday, as more than IOO artists and craftsmen gather on the grounds of Groenewerks and the Adobe Verde Restaurant There will be a free drawing for a wood rolltop trunk, donated by Calvin and Sue Cox of Comanche, Texas. Lwglon cteric# American Legion, Post 245, Seguin, will have a public dance Saturday. Music by Swingin Country. Admission is $5. Dance runs from 8 pm to midnight Call 379-1079 for reservations. Mon#? m#n#g#m#cit A money management seminar, sponsored by the Consumer Credit Counseling Service, will be held 6:30 to 8:30 pm Tuesday, at First United Methodist Church, 572 W. San Antonio St, in the assembly room. Public is invited. The seminar is free, but RS VP needed to Wanda Stephens 620-4548. nispmg wmvnDVv marks snntvafsary The Greater Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will celebrate its first anniversary with an after hours business networking mixer from 6 to 7:30 pm, Tuesday at Landa Park pavilion #5. For information, call 606-6936. Children's Museum Maili ii ■ n ■---■- Mrrnaiy owan The Children’s Museum in New Braunfels will celebrate IO years of serving the community with its annual birthday bash Thursday at Greene Hall. There will be cake, live music, clowns, games, face painting, a kids’ raffle and silent auction. It all starts at 6 pm There will be hot dogs, nachos, lemonade, ice cream, beer and sodas for sale. Admission is $3 per person. Coupons for one free admission per family are available at the museum’s new home, Suite 530 in the New Braunfels Factory Stores. For more information, call the museum at 629 0939. It^snoffit A benefit supper for Toby Boeing will be held from 5 to 8:30 pm Thursday at the Marion ISD Cafeteria. Oven-fried chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, bread, coffee rod tea will be $4 JO for adults or $3.50 for children. Boenig, who graduated from Texas AAM University this year is receiving physical therapy st Warm Springs Rehabilitation Center after a tubing accident on the Guadalupe River. Red Sleeking Revue See your neighbors’ hidden talents come out Tickets are on sale for the Red Stocking Revue, to be held June 21, 22 and 23 at the New Braunfels Civic Center. Tickets are available at Felger and Friends, 185 Butcher St and China-N-Things in Lands Shop ping Center. For information, or to order tickets, call John or Wilma Heberling st 438-3012 or Jim rod Melaney Beath at 629-3016. The Revue is a benefit for the Community Service Center.    - Adoption day    , Target Pet Adoption Day is from 11 a.rn. to 3 p.m., Saturday. The Humane Society and Hill Country] Greyhounds will have pets a\ for adoption. There will be a parade, stupid pet tricks, beati pet contest and a pet/owner look-contest Chicken barbecue The McQueeney Volunteer Firej Department is holding its 21st chicken barbecue Saturday in the conditioned McQueeney Lions Community Building on PM 78. vice runs ffom 11:30 am to 1:30 pm4 and from 4 pm to 9 pm There will also be bingo at I pm and a auction at 7 pm Desserts will also be for sale. Games and entertainment are plained. For information, call 5693338. N The New Braunfels/Canyon Lake Area Association of Realtors will host a course in real estate law, June 28, 29, and 30. The course is intended for anyone seeking a real estate license, or shrilly interested knowing more about these legal issues. The Texas Real Estate Commission has approved the course for 30 hours of Core Course credit (course 031 IX and licensees can get MCE credit Instructor is Bernie Boamet of New Braunfels. Tuition is $75 if paid by June 26. Location ii Victoria Bank and Trust North Annex, 1000 North Walnut Hours will be 8 am to 7 pm For information, call Pat Patton at; 625-6954 or 606-6955. & “I’m a skeptic. But I found a health plan to believe in!” “Secure Horizons is a very special plan just for people with Medicare.9* Secure Horizons, PacifiCare’s health plan for people on Medicare, is a health plan that provides all the benefits of Medicare and more. Benefits like worldwide emergency coverage, $6 office visits, annual physicals, vision and hearing exams, eyeglasses (up to 165 retail value) and prescription drugs. All for a low monthly plan premium! “All along I knew Medicare wouldn *t cover everything99 With Medicare alone, hospitalization coverage is limited. First, there is a $736 hospital deductible. Then if you’re hospitalized for between 61 and 90 days, you pay $184 a day. But with Secure Horizons, virtually all medically necessary hospital costs are covered. “There are no deductibles and doctor visits are just $6." As a Secure Horizons member, you can forget about deductibles. All you pay is your minimal copayment, like doctor visits for only $6. And that same $6 covers any lab work and X-rays your doctor may order. “There is even a prescription drug program.99 Simply present your Secure Horizons Member ID card at a contracting pharmacy, along with your prescription. You pay only $6 for up to 30-day supply of generic formulary medication. If a generic drug is not available, you may purchase a brand name formulary medication for $20, up to $600 per year. “Members even get to pick their own doctors!9 Secure Horizons offers a list of quality primary care physicians, right in your own neighborhood. When you enroll, you receive a list of contracting primary care physicians and hospitals to choose from. All the physicians are in private practice. And the hospitals are well known in your community. “There's virtually no paperwork.99 Through an agreement with the federal government, PacifiCare, which offers Secure Horizons, is contracted to administer your Medicare benefits. We take care of practically all the paperwork, while dramatically reducing your health care costs. “I'm a skeptic, tool Please, tell me where I can learn more." Call today for a free, no-obligation, information packet. Or join us at the presentation listed below. 1-809248-3988 SecureHorizons* Offered by PacifiCare of Texas Secure Horizons is offered by PacifiCare of Texas, a federally qualified HMO with a Medicare contract. Premiums may apply and J benefits may vary throughout the approved service area.    J M I I I I \ (,    <    \    I    I    \    I    )    \    l< Saturday, June 15 9:00 AM Luby’s Cafeteria 1042 E. IH 35 North New Braunfels Refreshments served. ;