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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 29, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 2AIIHerakJ-Zeitung■ Wednesday, March29,1995 Founders Oak facelift Th# Green Thumb Garden Club recently gave $1,500 to the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department, which was used to trim trees and pome the Founders Oak in Landa Park. We’re Meeting The Canyon Cougar Class of 1960 is having a 15-year reunion. Please contact Kathy Vicknair at 625-1011, Karen Saur at 629-2537 or Tim Zunker at 629-3935 after 5:30 p.m. Downtown Association of New Braunfels will hold its next regular monthly meeting Tuesday, April 4. A luncheon wit be served at noon at T-Bar M. Economic Development is the subject of the program to be brought by Al Notzon, Director of Alamo Area Council of Government. All members and prospective members are invited. Those who wish to attend must make reservations by March 31 with Pam Brandt, at 629-5924, extension 173, or at 629-0004. The next regular meeting of the Friends of DittJinger Library will be held on Saturday, April 1 at 10 a.m. at the library, 373 Magazine St. Current and new members are welcome. New Braunfels Hermann Sons Lodge 21 will meet for its regular meeting April 2 at 3 p.m. at the Lodge hall. Meat furnished and members bring covered dish. The Hummel Museum will hold its regular volunteer meeting April 3 at 5 p.m. at the museum. AH volunteers are encouraged to attend. For more information, call Ursula Ehman at the Hummel Museum at 625-5636. The New Braunfels Fire Dept Auxiliary will have its monthly business and social meeting Monday, April 3 at 7 p.m. at the old Central Fire Station. This will also be a work party to restore pictures for the Fire Museum. The Comal County Volunteers, a unit of the Texas Constitutional Militia, will hold a public meeting April 4 at 7 p.m. The meeting win be held at the Guadalupe Valley Telephone Cooperative, 100 FM 3159. The speaker is Floy Hey, internationally famous advocate of private property rights and com-mon-sense errvironmentafism. The public is urged to attend. The Eagle Auxiliary will meet Tuesday, April 4 at 7:30 p.m. Officers to meet at 7 p.m. The GermarvAmerican Society win meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 4 at the Bavarian Village Restaurant. President Helgard Suhr will give a slide presentation on Australia and New Zealand after the meeting. Raffle tickets for the April 20th drawing for a trip to Germany will be available for purchase. New members always welcome. The Comal County Genealogy Society wi meet April 4 at the Victoria Bank and Trust’s North building at 7 p.m. This wi be a workshop meeting to plan for the Sesquicentennial Parade to be held April 22. The New Braunfels Retired Teachers Association will meet April 5 in the NBISD Education Center Board Room. The business meeting and program win start at 10 arn, preceded by coffee and cookies at 9:30 sum. Pat Rasor, county extension agent for family and consumer sciences, will present a program on fat and popular foods. Al retired school personnel are Sni An rl Sa invited to attend. Canyon High School senior parents are encouraged to attend the Project Graduation meeting Thursday, April 6 at 7 p.m. at the High School. The all-night, substance-free celebration win be held Friday, May 26 at Forest Waters Country Club fofcwing tie graduation ceremony. The event is offered free to graduating seniors of Canyon High School through the effort and support of parents and community merchants. The Black Heritage Sesquicen- Historic Site Tour The Knights of Columbus #4183 will feature the “Hochheim”— Willard home in their New Braunfels Historic Site Tour, April 1 and 2,1995 from 1 p.rn.-5 p.m. AN proceeds will benefit the Children’s Center end Comal Chapter Habitat for Humanity. This original tach wark building dates to 1855, originally in nononiown on wnurcn nill Drive. Various kinds of natural wood, including cypress, red cedar and pine, were used in the restoration by the Willards. It is located at 610 Laurel Lane. Advanced tickets are $8 and $10 on both days of the event through Lee Bailey, 210*06-0657; ChineHvThings; Henna Hardware; New Braunfels Coffee; the Heraid-Zeitung; and The Cottage in Gruene. TRA NO SERVICE FEE Airline Tickets 123 Landa Street GOOD MORNING! All You Can Eat BREAKFAST BUFFET includes Fruit Bar 6AM - 11AM Mon-Fri (except hoNdays) 4.99 Senior Citizens (55 yrs. or older) 2.99 155 Hwy 46 S. • New Braunfels • 625-9200 A While Market Items Last Seguin Si Concur) Rest 5 McQueeney Rd GRANZIN'S MEAT MARKET 1644 McQueeney Rd. £ Of JfUin b j I Med I Md rhe I VVdlnul Ave 625 3510 MKT MADE BEEF JERKY DRY SAU SAG HEAD CHEESE BLOOD SAUSAGE 8:30-6:00 Monday t h r u Saturday While Market Items Last tennial Committee will meet Saturday, April 8 for a workshop to build a float for the Sesquicentennial Parade from 9 am. to 2 p.m. at Timothy Miletfs home, 567 Beverly Lane, New Braunfels. For information, call Nathan Millett at 625-4150. The New Braunfels Great Books Discussion Group begins a new series this fall. Meetings are held on the second and fourth Thursdays each month from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Victoria Bank and Trust assembly room. New participants always welcome. Please call 625-4187 for more information. Take Off Pounds Sensibly, a nonprofit weight loss organization meeting and location are now at Laurel Plaza Apartments, 300 Laurel Lane, in the Dining Room on Tuesday. Weigh in at 6 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. beginning on March 21. Information, contact 625-8860. VFW Post 7110 at 600 Peace Street and Ladies Aux. meets every second Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The New Braunfels Kiwanie Club meets every Thursday at noon at Victoria Bank and Trust, 1000 N. Walnut. Guests are welcome. New Braunfels Area Car Club meets the last Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the Victoria Bank and Trust Annex building. The club recognizes original and modified cars and pickups 20 years and older. Visitors are welcome to attend. For information, contact Bennie Mills at 620-5013. Adult Children of Alcoholics, a 12- Step Support Group, meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. at St. John’s Episcopal Church, 912 Guenther. For more information, call Connie at 606-0647. New Braunfels Toastmasters International — Improve your speaking ability. Attend Tuesday meetings at 7 p.m. at Summit Center, 2405IH-35 West. Call 629-4042 for information. 'It GII I HOOKS /W AH AHI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 HI 35 and Walnut Ave. A-VGv I ILAN SAI STATION OPEN DAILY FREE CATFISH Dinner With purchase of regular catfish dinner or S2 OO oft single order Expires March 31. 1995 FROZEN RITAS Delly Til 7.-00 p.m. FULL BAR ENTERTAINMENT 3/2* »—day - Terr! H«*rts TmmImt • Marc! TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE Fresh Spilt Chicken /JI Breast % f • L ^ ” less than 5 lbs. 954 ib 5 lbs. Bags 854 lb Boneless Rump Roast $£•7 ChrckenTried^telir*” lb Beef Cutlets $229lb. Miller Lite Beer 16 p*ck/12oz. Marinated Beef Fajitas Pork Chops| Center Cut $1“ Rib Cut 97 K A' Loin Cut 97* * ACROSS 1 Fruit product 4 Group of cookies, e g 9 Trudge 13 Mexican corn 14 Spry 15 Monk s hood 16 Gardener s purchase 17 Sinking 19 Path 21 — Orleans Saints 22 Came up 23 Stops eating 25 Bauxite, e g 26 Horse-drawn vehicles 29 Radical 33 Singer Brewer 34 Freighter or canoe 35 Ms Peron 36 Surrounded by 37 Rule 39 Got down 40 Legendary bird 41 Inaugurate 42 Drinking glass 44 Seafood choice. red — 46 “La Mer composer 47 Coffee container 48 Buffalo 49 Actress Maureen — 52 Gigantic 53 Author — Allan Poe 57 Certain financial investment 60 Friendly nation 61 Capn. e g 62 Ducks cousins 63 Brief letter 64 Outbuilding 65 Deposes 66 Pair DOWN 1 Heckle 2 On the briny 3 Changed 4 — of soap 5 Represents fives 6 — Square 7 Lobster s appendage 8 Feminine pronoun 9 Startles 10 Timber wolf 11 Wise birds 12 High spirits 13 Calif hours 16 Gold weight 20 Falls behind 24 Hone 25 Citrus fruits 26 Headliners PREVIOUS PUZZLE SpLVED HUMfflU EJ LU Iii LJ IU Mil Ll BUUMU HQ0I1 MLSUES nnuiziM mmumhmuum (IMMDMUd IJ Iii 14 HMN HUM UMUMMUMM s rn i-j H ii ss mss US CIU HUUS 1:1 sa Slit MSU UM Ii] Mil] UM SMU UMMdM ULI] MS UI1UU UMM UM ll [ZIM INS MS SM LUS MS MUM SHU MMS UlUUMLHMU MMMSSUdUU UdJUdS SUSS nuuu MSMUM QISSU SUMS UUMMS 3 2995 O 1995 Unrtad F«dlui« SyndKtfl* 27 Dud 28 Novelist Jong 29 Dachshund or poodle 30 Informs 31 Some vines 32 Spiteful 34 Corn crib 38 Poet’s always 39 Plentiful 41 Interviewer Winfrey 43 Instrument 45 Puckered 46 Absorb 40 Chomps down 49 Elevator 50 pioneer Meat ar and potatoes dish 51 Wheel part 52 Gourmet cheese 54 Gleam 55 Choir voice 56 Cereal grain 58 Conceit 59 Thing, in law Pork Cutlets Hormel Smoked Turkey Breast iv . cans American Cheese or Jalapeno Cheese Avocados  694 ea. (Oranges “ 5 for 994 Grapefruit 3 for 994 Sib Bag Potatoes 794 Special Good Wed. March 29th through Tues. April 4th Coke, Sprite, Tab, Dr. Pepper, A&W, Sunkist, 6 pack - 12 oz. cans BEST BEEF PRICES Frozen, Cut and Wrap 1/2 Beef 1.49 Hindquarter 1.63 Aquarter Forequarter 1.39 p r- 5 19 r- r~ 6 5— (A H ll (5 L ■ BT 53 36 40 44 67 Si I IU I STUMPED? Call for Answers a Touch ion* or Rotary Phono* I -900-454*3535 ext cods 840* Ik per manx* ;