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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4B — Herald-Zeitung — Friday, October 7, 2005 ^ ¥#* 'jHw .iii- mw DIZ Aile    SAVE    NOW III /Al I .J    THRU    MONDAY! 40% OFF MEN’S CHAPS SPORTSWEAR Entire stock knit and woven shirts, outerwear, more. Reg. 19.00-90.00, SALE 11.40*54.00. COURTYARD SHOPPING CENTER, NEW BRAUNFELS, TX • 8304125-9121 • RMNDAY-SATURDAY; IO AM - 9 PM, SUNDAY; 12 NOON - 9 PM Just a sample of the savings you will find Interim markdowns may have been taken. Entire stocks only where indicated. Selection may vary by store. APPLAUSE Clubs and organizations are encouraged to share photographs of their special events with readers. Send submissions to Melissa McCaghren. She can be contacted: I By Mail — 707 Landa Street, New Braunfels 78130. I By E-mail — [email protected] I By Telephone — Call 625-9144, ext. 222.KUDOS Thanks to the SPCA I would like to thank the New Braunfels S.P.C.A. for their kindness in keeping our pets (3 dogs and I cat) during Rita. We made reservations to stay in New Braunfels for my wife’s birthday for the week, prior to the arrival of Rita. We tried to board our pets at our local kennel but they were not boarding any pets due to the hurricane. My wife called the S.P.C.A. in New Braunfels and they were happy to take them in. The caretakers at the S.P.C.A. waited until midnight to take in pets from evacuees from the coastal area. They also missed going to the county fair so they could take care of the influx of animals. We thought we would have to wait until Monday to leave, but the S.P.C.A. opened Sunday so we could pick up our animals. I would like to thank the staff and volunteers of the S.PCA. for their kindness in taking in all the animals during this crisis. They gave our family peace of mind knowing that our dogs and cats would be taken care of. We knew we were in good hands when they accepted us with open arms. God Bless them all! Sincerely, Dane and Cathy Harwell Sugar Land Kudos to NB Humane Society Kudos To The New Braunfels I bimane Society The city of New Braunfels opened two shelters for evacuees from I lurricane Rita, but there were actually three shelters open in town. The Humane Society of New Braunfels opened its doors for pet evacuees. They began arriving Wednesday, and by Saturday there were more than 156 dogs, cats, one rabbit and two litters of puppies SCHOOL NOTES Applications for militaryt academies due Oct. 31 Congressman Lamar Smith invites area high school seniors interested in attending one of the United States’ military service academies to apply for nominations through his office. The application period for students who will enter college next year ends October 31. Applicants should contact Congressman Smith as soon as possible. Applications are available through the congressman’s San Antonio district office, HOO N.E. Loop 4IO, Suite 620, San Antonio, Tex., 78209. The telephone number is (210) 821-5024. To be considered, applicants must be United States citizens, be residents of the 21st Congressional District of Texas and be between the ages of 17 and 23 by July I of the year of admission. Selection is based on SAT or ACT test scores, class rank, grade point average, extracurricular activities, leadership potential and motivation. that were born during the long drive to New Braunfels. Unfortunately, pets were not welcome at many local hotels. Weary owners were relieved that their pets had not been forgotten and safe accommodations were available at the Humane Society Shelter. Shelter Director Cheryl Krueger and employees, Billie, Denise, Andrew, Stephen and a group of dedicated volunteers worked long hours caring for the pet evacuees. I am proud to have been able to volunteer to help these animals in need and to work with the dedicated employees and volunteers at the New Braunfels Humane Society. Elizabeth Pannill, DVM US DA APHIS Animal Care Staples Thanks for helping house family dogs My family and I were recently mandatorily evac uated from our home in Brazoria County because of Hurricane Rita. I never once entertained the notion of leaving our four dogs. They are literally my babies. However, we were unable to find lodging that would allow them to stay. Needless to say, I was ready to sleep in my truck with them to make sure they stayed safe. Then God stepped in and sent me just a few of his "angels" to help me and my Babies. They were Mrs. Cheryl Krueger and her wonderful staff and all the dedicated volunteers at the New Braunfels Humane Society. These beautiful people opened their facility and their hearts to not only I and my Babies but many, many other evacuees and their pets. I cannot express how very grateful I am to them all. I watched how they worked with the animals and their love and dedication to the animals and their jobs is readily appar ent to anyone who comes in contact with them. They are some of the most kindest, loving, compassionate people I have ever had the pleasure of meeting. My hat is off to them all. They are without a doubt some of God’s chosen Angels! My prayers and thoughts will forever be with them all and may they receive the blessings and grace they all so richly deserve. Thankyou Natasha Thomas Brazoria SAVE UP TO 50% STOREWIDE! 40% OFF LADIES FALL SHOES Reg. 24.00-70.00, SALE 14.40-52.50. SALE 19.99 MEN’S VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS Wrinkle-free woven sport shirts. Raids, stripes and solids. Reg. 38.00. SALE 29.99 DOCKERS & HAGGAR PANTS Men's pleated or flat-front styles in classic colors. Reg. 40.00-48.00. SALE 24.99 YOUNG MEN’S JEANS From Paco, Lee Dungarees and Prototype. Assorted washes. Reg. 35.00-38.00. 40% OFF CHILDREN’S SEPARATES Girls 7-16 Specialty Girl’. Boys 8-20 Graphite. Reg. 16.00-24.00, SALE 9.60-14.40. 39.99-49.99 MEN’S & YOUNG MEN’S SHOES All casual and dress shoes by Graphite', GBX', Nunn Bush', Skechers', more. Reg. 60.00-75.00. 30%-50% OFF ENTIRE STOCK MISSES COATS Leather, rainwear, more. Reg./orig. 28.00-280.00, then 18.99-280.00, SALE 13.29-196.00. BUY2’ CDCE GETI* rrlLL INSTORE JOCKEY SHAPEWEAR & BRAS Light or moderate control shapewear. Padded, microfiber bras. Reg. 16.00-26.00. 'Free item must be of equal or lesser value. 40% OFF BECCA SLEEP SEPARATES Jrs. knit and woven tops and roll-waist pants. Reg. 8.00-26.00, SALE 4.80-15.60. 30% OFF LADIES HANDBAGS Includes small leather goods and mini bags. Reg. 18.00 85.00, SALE 12.60-59.50. 60% OFF ENTIRE STOCK* FINE JEWELRY Gold and sterling silver earrings, rings, necklaces, bracelets, Sets and more. ’Excludes clearance 40% OFF MISSES AC1TVEWEAR By Rebecca Malone’ and Erika'. Jackets, tees and pants. Reg. 16.00-44.00, SALE 9.60-2640. SALE 9.99 REBECCA MALONE TEES Misses crewnecks and Henleys. Long-sleeved and 3/4-sleeved styles. Reg. 18.00-20.00. SALE 9.99 MISSES HANNAH TEES Long-sleeved tissue tees or 3/4-sleeved knit surplice tees. Reg. 20.00. 30% OFF MISSES BASIC JEANS From Bill Blass and Gloria Vanderbilt’. Reg. 24.99-36.00, SALE 17.49-25.20. 25% OFF MISSES DRESSES A PANTSUITS Fall styles. Sag Harbor’, Koret', Jessica Howard*, more. Reg. 48.00-88.00, SALE 34.99-64.99. 30% OFF HOME DiCOR A GIFTS Ceramics, frames, crystal, clocks and more. Reg. 5.99-29.99. SALE 4.19-19.99. KIDS PLAYWEAR Infants, girls 2T-6X and boys 2T-7. Reg. 14.00-28.00, SALE 8.40-16.80. JUNIORS Fashion tops and jeans by U.S. Assn.', BeBop’ Tempted’and Reg. ;