New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 14, 1994, Page 4

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 14, 1994

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 14, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas Comal County Fair Queen Contest Rules■To Wk wHh Managing 625-9144, ext. “The —dfa l« almost wholly owned by corpo->r ratios* aad almost wholly hided by advartMag. Aad that puts m Umits od the kinds af tiling* the nom caa challenge.” item a^SF#Cross yourerrant for Landa Park projects would niake a great park even better tfcxas Parks and Wildlife officials axe expected to decide this month whether to award a $190,000 grant to taw Braunfels for improvements at Landa Parte. The city Paiks and Recreation Department has allody saved up the $190,000 the city would need to contribute to the project That would make $380,000 to spend on Landa Paik, making it die most expensive parks project in city history if approved But getting approved is no sure tiling. The state has $7 million to spend on the grant program, and $ 17 million in applications from cities all over the state. The parks department has done a good job saving up tile matching funds over tile past seven years, and did a good job putting together an excellent grant proposal. Ibe items in the proposal would make Landa Park even more attractive titan it is now. A new kiddie pod would be built The spring-fed pool would be made more handicapped accessible, and the shallow area for children would be improved. Water slides and other play equipment would be added. A hike and bike trail and a new playground would be built there have been no improvements made to tile pool arba since tile Olympic pool was built in tile 1960s. Our Parks and Recreation Department has done everything it can to make these improvements a reality# Now it is up to the state to decide if this project merits a grant. Keep your fingers crossed.{ Should th# Comal County Commloolonors J Court adopt tho county budget submitted by I    County    Judge    Carter    Catted? J Circle one - Yes or No I Comments/Explanations_A formula for success in the world of business vita a service that helps others. A few dp ae right thing right — they make widgets the coned way and these widgets provide a service lo oth-ers. A handful does right things (plural) right These companies do many things ethically and dutifully. Their performance and behavior mule they values, goal* «KlachieveftM»M> into a set of aandanls that provide a service to their employees and customers: They make widgets the correct way; these widgets provides service lo od>-ers; the proper manufacture and sale of (hftfr widget! allow their employees lo reach their potential; dieir commitment to excellence faf-hMfr* environmental and aocial concents. INDIVIDUAL WORTH. A successful company appreciates every employee. They treat their jnniiors, file clerics and secretaries with ai fnuch respect as their CEO. FREEDOM. Companies with an entrepreneurial spirit provide their employees an opportunity to id, think, and speak without the    of restraint. Fraedom inspires boldness Having been rn BHK331 observer of what works    and doesn't work in W JSmJ the business world for over 30    J years, I've dis- B x iBSKJI covered a compt- P    ■§&; ny whose values engender excel- IHhjH knee.    The    __ demand to avoid alOilll a conflict of inter- WalkflT. est presents my    __    • mentioning the    MaDa fry* I qm Mat Amir (gMdadl frfffqinn I feel that any business or individual would do well id atkpt iieir approach. Here are the ideals that, in my view, any company rimld emulate: INTEGRITY. In a recorded speech Dr. Jim Bums laid, ‘Integrity involves doing the right dtings right" Some companies do a fling rigttt. They make widgets, for example, the correct way. Other oomprines do the right thag_ they manufacture something or peo nies have employees who arc blessed with families that promote emotional, intellectual and spiritual growth. HUMILITY. Successful business lenders have a deep appreciation for (her gifts and Metring^ This humility tacitly implies thai success comes only from the good will of others. Humble company leaders know that without loyal customers and employees their best efforts would be blown as chaff in the wind. This humility penetrates through the depth of the company's tap root Employees are grateful for their jobs and opportunities. FAITH. A successful company that withstands the winds of change has more than faith in their leaden and employees. Faith that supersedes the secular promotes a belief in a God who loves each of us and. wants us lo have an abundant life. Trust in the righteousness of God grants peace amid chaos and contentment whatever theWrite us... Ute Nm Brawt/Us Htrald-ZtUunf welcomes letters on any public imp* 11m editor meow tl» right to correct eptlhiif, style, punctuation mid known teetunl alien. Latten should he kept to ISO word* Wa publish only original mail addressed to TkmNm BrtutnjkU HtraU-Zmmg bearing tho writers signature Also, an address mid a telephoto nupabr, which are not far publication, mute bo Indudod. Planet cite the page number and date of any artido that Is mentlnnad. IVsfersnes Is given to writers who have not bomi published In the previous SO days. I1 Mall latten tor Lateen to the Editor eh The Nm BraunftU Htrakl-Ztitung P.0. Drawer 311328 Nnr Braunfels, Tastes 78191-1338 Fag: (210) 626-1224 and rewards creativity. RESPONSIBILITY. Instead of blaming others for their problems. comsMnisa account-ability. They pay their debts; fulfill their obligations; keep their promises. Making choices based on truth, they postpone instantaneous pleasure for the sweat of achievement. EXCELLENCE. luther than insisting on perfection, companies that commit lo excellence inspire employ-ees to develop their talents to the fullest. They expect the ben. but realize all of us make    Excel lence—cultivating and harvesting our potential—requires discipline, drive, stamina, pluck, boldness, courage, determination, tenacity. CONSIDER THE FAMILY AS THE CENTRAL UNIT OF SOCIETY. Because excellent companies want the best from their employees, they encourage balance between wok and femily life. A gable biologic family promotes harmony and peace retarding the development of work burnout. The most succeasfiil compa (John Walker is a syndicated columnist who lives in Red River, New Mexico.) 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