New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung from New Braunfels, Texas on April 21, 1996 · Page 15
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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung from New Braunfels, Texas · Page 15

New Braunfels, Texas
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Sunday, April 21, 1996
Page 15
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The deadline to receive nominations for the Chamber's Small Business Person of 1996 award is Monday, Aoril 22. According to CHaii* of Small Business Week Kenny Franklin, "The Chamber has received nominations for many well qualified individuals and wants to remind everyone that there is still,time to submit names for the coveted award." u know the top • < j I-*'* Small Business Weclc will be observed nationally during June 2 through 8 and Is a means to call attention to small business and the impact it has,on our,economy. The Chamber's Small Business Council was organized to provide services to small business and to honor an outstanding member of the small business community each year. 1 • . < ' . ;jV , ft jl'ij ,_,>." *z,^Jti M*" 011 Beftson bf The Collection; Bob Schima of Hewne Hardware; Cash and Dennis Hermes of Centex Office Center, Kyra Brandt of Comal Flower Shop on the Plaza and Rusty Brandt of 'Tis the Season Year Round Christmas Vil- Business Person of the Year includes , Braunfels Chamber, owning or managing,a business for a mim'touifi,<rf three years, community involvement and having employed fewer than SO employees during the past three years. Nomination forms may be picked up at the Chamber office. Coma! County Commissioner Court Act ions , The foltewing actions were taken by the COmal Cduhty Commissioners Court at the regular 1 meeting on Thursday, April 18, • Approved claims. ^ , •., • Approved an amendment to Plat, Canyon Lake Hills, Unit No. 2, combining Lots 941 and 942 into Lot 941R. • Approved an amendment to Plat, Canyon Lake Hills West, Unit No. 3, combining Lots 280 and 281 into Lot 280R. • Received presentation from Lynn Rodgers, Chief Appraisers, Comal Appraisal pistrict, concerning new construction. £' , • Received presentation from Alamo Area Council of Governments regarding rural RubUc.transpoitatiqn program. • R&Seived a report from Environmental Heajffi and the Environmental Enforcement Section of the County Attorney's Office.' ;t • Acknowledged new hires for the Sheriffs Department and the Road Department, and authorised the County Judge to sign the new hire checklist and job description as appropriate. • Adopted a proclamation to proclaim April 20-27; 1996 as "National County Government Week." . • Approved an agreement with Ray & Associates, Inc. concerning review of f?4e Comal County Job Classifications and authorized the County Judge to sign; • Authorized converting Rural Recycling Assistant Operator from part-time to fulMime effective July 1, 1996, and approved request for budget amendment. • Approved January 1996 Term Minutes. • Established a budget for Rural Recycling Construction. • Left an item tabled from April II, 1996 for the purchase of 3 hand held radios for Constable Precinct #1 and name funding source. The Sheriffs department is getting several new radios, and will be able to give the constable some of the used ones. • Removed from the table of April 11, 1996, and approved replacing Commissioners Court recording system, approved proposal and named funding source. • Approved budget amendment from Environmental Health Copier Maintenance and Supplies, Juvenile Probation Copier Maintenance and Supplies, Justice of the Peace Precinct #1 Equipment Lease—Copi-; er, arid Justice of the Peace Precinct #2 Copier Maintenance and Supplies to 'Administrative Costs Copier Lease. • Approved leaving Law Enforcement and Public Officials Liability Insurance with the Texas Association of Counties. VA offers homeless grants r Of^ the h^ honor gr^nto Ooldwelt Banker real tttat/officw that corasterrtly deinottttnto excV n'onal |>eif()miaiK>jandd«dicadoa , • D'Awi Harper, Brakef/Owii* of > ft****!*!****!! ftl^-til^*. f%» A — «1>^JL,-.. *>." "d^. ; The department of Veterans ArTairs (VA) is accepting applications from public and non-profit groups for funds from the department's Horiieless Providers Grant and Per 'Diem Program to develop programs that help veterans recover from homelessness. Grants awarded under the program can provide up to 65 percent of the cost of acquiring,: constructing or renovating facilities that will be used to furnish supportive services and housing or-, as service centers, or to purchase vans in support of these programs. The Homeless Providers Grant and Per Diem Program was authorized in 1992. Some $6 million is available for the program this fiscal year. Those organizations that are eligible for grants also may apply for per diem payments, or in-kind assistance, from VA for veterans receiving services in programs that were established after Nov. 10,1992. VA is the only federal agency providing substantial hands-on assistance directly to homeless persons. In addition to the Grant and Per Diem Program, VA is, directing some $77 million to its specialized homeless assistance . programs this year, including establishing health care and rehabilitation programs for homeless • veterans and providing outreach ,< to provide benefits counseling and referrals to other VA programs. In an effort to notify as many interested groups as possible • aBbiit the funding availability, VA ' will contact more than 4,000 groups and individuals, includ- i , ingveterans service organizations, oilier: non-profit organizations, state and local governments, and congressional offices. ... To request an application, writer to Veteran Industries, 10770 N. 46th Street (A 400), Tampa, FL 33617-3465, or call (813) 228-2871, between the hpurs of a 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. (ET), Monday through Friday. For more information, call Theresa Hayes at ' VA's Homeless Providers Grant i and Per Diem Program (202) 5657235/7313. Information on the program is also available on the ;,Internet at http://www.- :; TlmFttttr • Coldwell Banker D'Ann Harper Realtors is pleased to announce that Tim Fetter, GR1, will be the, new manager of the Coldwell Banker D'Ann Harper Realtors office in New Braunfels, 408 Seguin Avenue. He had been the sales manger for the Northeast/Schertz residential sales office located at 19051 IH ; 35 North in Schertz. •'.',.'" Dorothy Brockholt, GRI, will replace Fetter as sales manager for die Northeast/Schertz residential office at ton, presented Judy ftrJdttm, &•• Manager, with the Premier Office • award cfl behalf (rfCoWwtflBantar at: the company's international business ; conference, recently heW in San Francisco, Calif. More than 7,000 sales > associates, brokers, managers, and employees attended the event tint also / cekbrated the company's 90* anniversary. ., , , , •Officedesignations > vidual Coldwell Banker affiliate , offices," Harper said. "Judy and the, members of the sales associate team tt Coldwell Banker D'Ann Harper Realtors Canyon Lake office have established a standard of excellence for offices throughout the Coldwell Banker system." * I COUPON ' WITH THIS COUPON 20% DISCOUNT OFF DINE IN MENU ITEMS ONLY GOOD ANYTIME THROUGH APRIL 30,1996 20% RESTAI ,NT Just off IH-35, (Exit 189) on Hwy. 46 New Bnunfeb • 625-3280 SHRIMP Boiled Shriup vi Ib *3" • Poppers '3 Tues ZJ-Jam Nile Mike Abernathy 0 Friend: Thur 25-Songwriter Nite-Mo Humble ; Sat 27-Painted Pony MjC a I I 629-3311 For Pick-up We Are Noiv Offering: 8 5°° off Gut & Style & *1O°° off Color or Perm For a Fun Summer Ix>ok. >1 S^ ORGET MOTHER'S DATS •,-.•-*.'• '•;;; •• X^O SJ«"S>egMiM- • • . : JXT<gw Byammf els • 6SS-6S26 Elegant Dining • Fondues Champagne Brunch Open Tue.-Sun. 11-2 pm & 5:30 pm-10 pm ; , .Closed Mondays; { "Call for reservamrff^ 980-4396 27315 Natural Bridge Caverns Road "SLIM JIM" CITY COUNCIL S DISTRICT 5 JIMHENDRICKS _ VOTE. IT'S YOUR RIGHT* ThoABC'sofa JIM HENDRICKS VoU means to you... A ble Representation B etter Understanding C fime-Ffeo Welflliboitioods 0 eclslvo Decisions Dasnd on Facts quallzalion of Tax Dollars IBHT FOR YOUR RIGHTS! .wawmnKroved Wrong ;' ealons and Productlvn Pursiiils and a /IIIKiiiUHifif i'oMllviisI CITY COUNCIL DISTRICT 9 JIM HENDRICKS TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZIF ACROSS 1 Main point 5 Chewy roll 10 Yawn 14 Poker stake 15 Stun 16 Flying saucers: abbr. 17 Blemish 18 Rebuff 19 Boarding device 20 Talking bird 22 "Riders of the Purple Sage" author 24 Wonderland girl 26 Olive — of the comics 27 Cigar box 30 Make beloved 33 Soon 34 Precious ointment 36 Boise's state 38 Clever one 39 Dancer Fred — 41 Fracas 42 Stalks 44 Engrave 45 Style 46 Quenched 48 Equipped like an eagle 50 Stimpy's pal 51 Poplar 52 Current 56 Tummy exercises 60 Infamous fiddler 61 Freight 63 You could hear — drop 64 Adolescent 65 Group of three 66 Something forbidden 67 Minerals 68 Run-down 69 Once more DOWN 1 Breathe hard 2 Ancient Peruvian 3 Leading actor 4 Topography 5 Strongholds 6 Musician's need 7 Filmy material 8 Poet Pound 9 Ono's love 10 Made a baby sound 11 At a distance 12 Apple, e.g. 13 Catch sight of 21 Antique 23 Singer Gorme 25 Boxed 27 Hems and — PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED mamm ©HDDHl dBDH osas asm fflHHH sonsa BOQH MniaHa aaoa MMUI=ID ssmo 3-30-96 © 1996, United Feature Syndicate 28 Squadrons 29 Lodging place 30 Orders 31 TV hotshot Spelling 32 — Island 35 Cat's prey 37 Had bills 39 Inquired 40 Musical composition 43 Strands 45 Helena's state 47 Passes into law 49 Garland of flowers 51 Eagle's nest 52 "Do — others" 53 Equal 54 Maple or cedar 55 Weight allowance 57 Atop 58 Yearn 59 Type of job? 62 Wander idly What are you paying for your checking account? 6 6 § 11 12 13 STUMPED? Call for Answers • Touch- lone or Rolaiy Phones 1-900454-3535 ext. code 500 • 9Se per minute No west Just how much are you paying for your checking? Norwest Bank believes a free checking account should be really free. Nothing hidden. No monthly service fees, no per check charges and absolutely no surprises. Come to Norwest Bank New Braunfels and open a Free Checking account. To The N^h Degree* New Braunfels 3/5 landQ Street , 629-2^65 © 1996 NoAvesi Bonk Texas, New Brounfels Member FDIC

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