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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 3, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas tammtisch :hestra forming he Children’s Museum Television hestra is now forming. If you lid like to be a part of the sound- k team, call Denise at 210-497- 2 tor more information. u»?g farmers banquet onral County Young Farmers nils Banquet will be held Wodncs-, May 4 at arca 16 in Landa Park, itation will be from 6 p.m. to 7 i You must call 629-1000 by irsday April 28 to make rcscrva-; This is important if you want to riunteers needed (he Comal County Women’sCen-is in need of people interested in omtng hotline volunteers. The hot-e is forwarded to your home, so ii arc able to volunteer without lcav-your home. The hotline is for 'men who have been battered, used or sexually assaulted. Call ionda Preiss at 620-7520. ve theater the STAGE production, It’s Later t You Think, a comedy by Jean niilh will be performed at Krause HOO Bulverde Road, through n For ticket and dinner informa-'.‘,'111438-2339. sie«* f’nace Ingland, a New Zealander, >uit a free lecture about his with angels, how to fol-ims, arni planning your angels. He is an artist now living in New' Braun-jcture will be at Dittlinger > mortal Library at 7:30 p.m., May 3. information, call I-800-336-8008 tdqe luncheon Newcomers Club Ladies Bridge meteor) and awards will be held at 30 a rn. Wednesday, May 4 at ■ odlands Country Club. For reser-tions and information, call Helen >!en at 620-7749. nlor citizen picnic lie annual Older Americans senior /en picnic is being celebrated Fri-, May 6 at Landa Park, areas ll 11A 'he picnic is hosted by the Commy I kxmdl of South Central Texas ng Program. Food is being furled by tte Nutrition Site Games ' activities are being planned from a m. to 3 p.m. >od drive blood drive is being planned from n to 6 p.m. May 9 for the benefit om Bluntzer. It will be held at tte es at 205 N Seguin. Call 625-6 to schedule a tune Ask for Deb-Williams. Walk-ins are also wel- ior Auxiliary Program i Kenna Memorial Hospital Aux-/ is sponsoring a new group of x Auxiliary for students ages 14 to provides an opportunity to learn it and develop some talents and s in the health care field while ig service to the community. An ation program will be presented rday, May 14 at I pm in the Hos-l afcteria. Appl cations are avail-tte* Hospital, .social Service Room 106. e 625-9111, ext 355. Appli-.liould be made before tte ori- program. I HI NK ING TOYOTA? CALL MISSION TOYOTA 1-800-489-7575 UNIVERSAL CITY •AUTO LOANS* Auto Dealer will arrange low coat Financing even lf you've been turned down elsewhere. Loan available for Bankrupt, bad credit, no credit Call Betty 685 3461. ftione HppUoiUorw accepted LOCAL NEWS, LOCAL NEWS, LOCAL NEWS. The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung BEST USED CARS r    WAS    NOT^I 86 OLDS DELTA 88    $5995    $3995 89 PONTIAC GRAND AM$7995 $6895 89 OLDS CALAIS $5995 $5495 90 BUICK CENTURY $6995 $5695 89 BUICK CENTURY $6995 $5495 l91 PONTIAC ORAND AM$7995 $6995 Tuesday, May 3,1994 P Hcrald-Zeitunq ■ 7 Competition heated at chili cookoff By CRAIG HAMMETT Staff Writer AutomobM—    j    aa    Automobile*    A    aa    Automobiles IOO    100    AU,omobH•,    -IOO The Strand owner goes to the World Hair Show By JENNIFER ROMPEL Staff Writer Local chili enthusiasts stirred their way through heated competition Sunday at the American Legion Post 179 second annual Chili Cookoff. Twenty-two teams competed for top honors in the contest, which was held on the post grounds. Jim Pickett, Second Vice Commander, said the event ii the main fundraiser for the organization which sponsors college scholarships for local high school seniors and tends high school juniors to Boys Stste each year, among other civic endeavors. The event included mostly local and area teams, not statewide entrants as in other sanctioned chili events, something Pickett wants to keep. “It warn to keep it for locals," said Pickett who plans to hold the event each March or April. “It was another successful year. I want to bring it back." Taking top honors among the 22 entries was die Freiheit Country store team with owner Rode Haas and team captain Roger Mulhollan. The Goodrich fluidly team of Craig, Martha and Sarah placed second while Garland Nolan and Jack Smith of tho American Lag Ion ara ahown with Roala Haaa and Rogar Mulhollan of tho Freiheit Country Store, the team that won flrat place I nthe ohm without beans category. Leonel Guajardo and the MG’s Collision Repair team finished third. Chili with beans category winners were VFW Post 11050 and the Women's Auxiliary with team captain Robert Cruz, assistant Val Valdez and Maryann Cruz. For the second consecutive year, Gordon Brown and John Baas won showmanship honors with Dante's Inferno. T J O SAVINGS U 0. BONDS The Marketplace Not many people would travel to another continent to cut and style hair - but Billy Turner will. Turner, owner of The Strand salon in New Braunfels, recently traveled to London to participate in the World Hair Show. Turner was a member of the Altieri Power Hair team, which was the only U.S. team invited to the hair show. Four people were on the team. Three of those were members of the Altieri family. Turner was the fourth team member. Turner said the team was worried at first that the English would not like the show since it used more of a hip-hop, rock theme. ‘‘It was questionable whether or not they would get into our show since it was a hip-hop theme," said Turner. ‘‘People like Sasoon and Toni Guy arc reserved and laid back. We predicted that they wouldn’t get into it. Actually, they loved it. ‘‘We were the first U.S. team ever to go to London and do the World Hair Show," he said. The World Hair Show also includes Dr. Jim Korn and Virginia Booth chara a moment following Karn'a presentation at tho banquet Photo* bv DAN DAVIS Voluntero Fem Booker, Virginia Booth, Pearl Marlon and Carl Marion enjoy the dinner. _    ...    .    Hftld-Zltung    photo by JOHN HUSETH Pets of the Week These three klttena, a domestic ehort-halr and two tabbye ara eight weeks old and ready for adoption at the I lumane Society shelter on Kuehler Avenue In New Braunfels. Call 629-8287 for Information on tnaaa or any of He animals at the shatter. '85 Mazda 626 excellent condition $2,500 964 4288. Monthly Auto Insurance Se Habla 625 7442 89 BARETTA Chev., auto, air, extra clean! Sacrifice for $3900 OBO. 620 0958 or 620 0742_ TAURUS STA.WAG 92, Ford Fully loaded, exc cond., great gas mileage! $6900 625 2452 WE BUY USED ' Cars and trucks, Anything Randy Adams, Inc. 625 7159 Trucks/ Vens 77 CHEV. 1/2 Ton P/U, VB, Std Trans , tool box, new paint & tires. 106,000 orig mi , one owner, great cond , $3000, 210 625 2922, 210 629 1222_ 78 FORD F-150 $995. Or best ofterl 609 1105 84 GMC-6 CYL. AC. 4 spd , radio, 106,000 mi. One owner, $3450. 620 1350__ 87 NISSAN P/lT Runs great' Has some dings, AM/FM/CD, amp, 4 spkrs. tint, new tires. $2500 Att 7. 620 0637 89 FORD LARIAT F150 XU, Colonial White, ext cabs, new tires, extras, very clean, well maint $6500 620 6204 T8TGMC Custom Sport Truck, all red, wheels and tires Wood int 620 0613_ Must sell to settle estate 1965 Ford F350 Dually 6 9 Diesel, 4 speed manual w/ extras 625 2393 R.V.'e 32' TERRY-5th WH. Des. floorplan & colors Extra dean!) Pkg deal avail 86 Chev . 4 dr crew cab 964 4220 ”^^3^ SHASTA Motorhome. Class C, sleeps 6. gen , rear bath, X Ig ref, root A dash air, awning $6500 606 0644 81 PROWLER Fully self contained AC. roll out, see to app rec 22. 210633 2043 Billy Turner, Rlccardo Altlarl, Cetrarin* Anteri and Tony Anteri are back from London. the World Hair Olympics and the World Hair Championship. The Altieri team did not pariticipate in the competitions but instead concentrated on the educational portion of the show. He said the team was invited to the event because of its reputation. "They invited us because of the work we do and the recognition we have in the states," said Turner. 'They had heard of the work we do here and the type of show. Our show is totally different than what anyone else does," he said. The team has already been invited to the next World Hair Show which will be held in one and one half years in Tokyo or Atlanta. speaker was Dr. Jim Kern, a nationally-respected speaker who provided an extremely moving and emotional presentation on the importance of nurturing relationships, particularly with our own children. Dinner hour entertainment was provided by the piano mastery of Ms. Sherryi Sjulson, RN. The Rev. E. H. Gumper delivered the invocation. Door prizes were contributed by Adobe Care, Clear Springs Restaurant, Luby’s Cafeteria, New Braunfels Smokehouse, Pat’s Place and Treetops on the River. McKenna AdministratocCEO Mr. Johnny Johnson shared with the volunteers the numerous accomplishments and goals of the hospital in his State of the Hospital Address. Mrs. Nell Morton, hospital auxiliary president, and Ms. Margie Council, chairperson of McKenna’s Red Cross Hospital Volunteers, each spoke on the milestones of their hospital volunteer organizations. Tim Brierty summed up the feelings held by the McKenna staff by saying, "We are very grateful to our Auxiliary and Red Cross volunteers for the countless hours they donate at the hospital each and every day of the year. So many procedures, from Admitting to X-Ray, would be difficult to manage without their help.” 72 SATELLITE SEBRING PLUS $1000. OBO. ALSO Chrysler Newport, $300. 625-7954 78 CHEVY LUV PICKUP 1.8 litre, 4 cyl, standard, AC, AM/FM cassette, looks A runs great. 620-6948 nights/(210) 372-7449 days, Tool. 84 Olds SIERRA 4 dr., dean, good oond. $2800. 620-1564 85 BUICK REGAL V/6, 2dr, Good Cond. $1500 OBO. Uniden Satanta System $1200 OBO (210) 084-4212. 86 HONDA CRX 90,000 Nway miles. Excei-lent cond. $2900. 608-9319 87 FORD TEMPO Looks good. Runs ok. 4 dr. Has crkd ash. mantid. Tired of repair work. Sail ch«ap. $895 Call 609-6216 87 Honda Accord LXI, 3 dr., std trans 70,000 milts, very clean $5200. 210-379-9367 88 CIVIC WAGON Btu#. 6 sp , 4 WD, 83.000 mi., AM/FM cass $4200 608-0157 *89 Toyota Cellos 64K, PS, AC, 5 spd , outstanding. $8,195. 629-3890. 90 EAGLE TALON BlkTSi Cpe, turbo. 5 spd, 4 WD. loaded, 1 owner, low miles, exc. cond., transferrable Warr. $10,500 -serious inq. only! 620-6666 or 625 9737 90 LINCOLN Town Car, signature se ries. Beautiful, loaded, dual air bags, 1 owner. Never been smoked int Never had a pet int $15,900.    D- 210-964-2531, N-210-964-3881 91 SPIRIT AM/FM, cruise, very good cond $ Nego. 620-0531 91 TAURUS WAG Loaded.leather,trk pkg,pr em sound,garaged.$8950 OBO 629 5338 Buy It Sell It trade It Classifieds Work! Call 625-9144 to advertise. An annual Volunteer Appreciation Banquet recognizing the McKenna Memorial Hospital Volunteers was held on April 19 at the New Braunfels Civic Center Over 200 volunteers and their guests attended. The guest 90 BUICK REATTA Conv. Coup*, low mi , per fact cond., extwerr. Red w/ tan top 8 loather I of only 2,100. $17,900 neg McQueeney-557-5777. N.mess. LIQUIDATION 93 Shadow-$6500 /91 Taurus $6500 /89 Cavalier-$3000./88 Maxda $2500 /90 Scots dale P/U-$8000 /77 Chev 4x4 P/U-$1300 /74 VW Camper Van $2750 /74 El Camino $1200 Canyon Lake area Select hnanc mg avail. 210-964 2993 Joan Relnarz and Ck Lucille Jett ;