New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 8, 1995, Page 7

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June 08, 1995

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 8, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas Thursday, Juna 8,1805 ■ Harald-Zsitung ■ 7 tammtisch Farmers marital Comal County farmers market is held every Friday at 5 p.m. at the county fairgrounds. Build a flag The Comal County Child Advocacy Inc. Build a Flag -Help a Child annual fund-raiser is getting ready to start. Your contribution of SIO for a square or $25 for a star will help children in the tri-county area who are victims of abuse or neglect. Donations may be mailed to CASA of Central Texas, PO Box 311832, New Braunfels, TX 78131. Or call 620-5536 for information. Summer radiation program axpanda The city of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is expanding the boundaries of the Summer Recreation Program to include all low income children living in the New Braunfels corporate city limits. Recreational and educational activities are available at the Lone Star School and the Lamar School. Activities throughout the summer will be based on themes such as safety, health and fitness, multi-cultural themes, Olympics, science and nature, pioneer life, around the world and careers. Program operates Monday - Friday, noon to 5:30 p.m. Participants must be six to 12 years old and meet residential and income guidelines. Session I is from June 5 -30. Session 2 is from July IO to Aug. 4. Fees range from $5 to $25 per session, based on family income. For information and registration, call 608-2167. Thrift shop tala Teen Connection Thrift Shop summer clearance sale, all items are half off during June. Hours are Monday through Saturday, IO a.m. to 3 p.m. Purchases support the programs of Teen Connection: Boys Emergency Shelter, Girls Emergency Shelter, Educational Assessment Center and counseling services. The thrift shop is at 1414 W. San Antonio Street. Mon«y for Aggies The Comal County Texas A&M Mothers Club has two $500 scholarships available to qualifying A&M seniors. To receive an application, call 609-3088 and one will be mailed to you. Applications must be postmarked no later than July I. An applicant's mother need not be a member of the A&M Mothers Club. Starlight Gala Reservations are now being taken for the American Cancer Society’s third annual Starlight Gala. Starlight in the Tropics is the theme for this year’s gala, which benefits the local unit of ACS. The gala will be held June 16 at the New [Braunfels Civic Center, the public is invited. Doors will open at 7 p.m. with Gatelli Strings providing music for mingling and during the seated dinner, catered by Blue Chip Catering, which will be served at 8 p.m. Dancing to the music of Twilight will begin at 9 p.m. and last until midnight. This year’s Master of Ceremonies is KENS Sportscaster Lisa Burkhardt. There will be a silent auction and games throughout the evening. Gift boxes and honorariums may be purchased before the Gala or during the event. The highlight of the evening will be the announcement of the winner of a one year (or 15,000 mile) lease of a 1995 Chevrolet Suburban, donated by Don Maxwell’s Chevy New Braunfels. For more information, or to make your reservation, please call 629-3338 or 629-6153. Fair Quean contestants sought Comal County Fair Association is looking for girls who will be juniors at CISD or NBISD this coming school year to participate in the Fair Queen’s Contest. The winners will participate in visiting fairs and festivals for the coming year and will represent our community throughout the South Texas region. If you are interested, please contact Flo weekdays during business hours at 606-6659. Juneteenth celebration The Black Heritage Sesquicentennial Committee now has tickets on sale for its Juneteenth celebration to be held at the New Braunfels Civic Center, Saturday, June IO. Dinner tickets are $5 and dance tickets are also $5. Dinner will be served from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and the dance will be from 8 p.m. to midnight. You may purchase tickets from the Chamber of Commerce office, Bay Seas Restaurant or contact Nathan Millett at 625-4150. Lions carnival The Canyon Lake Noon Lions will hold a carnival at Fire House #1 on Highway 306 and Dove Street. Bingo Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 9-11 from I p.m. to 5 p.m. Midway attraction, Ferris wheel, other rides, amusements, carnival food and much more. Realtors class The New Braunfels/Canyon Lake Area Association of Realtors will sponsor six hours of Mandatory Continuing Education June 9. The classes offered will be three hours of mediation and three hours of buydowns. Gasses will be held at Victoria Bank and Trust North Building from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The cost is $36 per three hours. Call 625-6954 to register or for more information. Fire museum avant In honor of the opening of the Fire Museum of New Braunfels, the Fire Department Auxiliary will hold a bake sale at the barbecue dinner Saturday, June IO at the museum immediately following the dedication. Auxiliary members are asked to donate cake, cookies or cup cakes for the sale. Bring items to the Central Fire Station by 9 a.m. and if you wish to help out during the sale, call Dorothy Brinkkoeter at 625-2103. Rummage aals A rummage sale will be held at the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish Hall Saturday, June IO from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Call 625-3534 for table rentals. Chicken mole plates will also be sold for $3.75 each. Paper and can drive Parent Boosters of Boy Scout Troop 387 are having a paper and aluminum can chive Saturday, June IO at the HEB parking lot from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Newspapers, magazines, catalogs, paperback books all accepted. For pickup information, call Tammy at 609-1204 or Miss Schmidt at 606-0182. Cactus show Cactus and xerophyte show will be held June IO and 11 at Schulz Nursery in Marion from IO a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is free and public is invited. Members of the San Antonio Cactus and Xerophyte Society will be on hand. Aquatic Project WILD The Parks and Recreation Department will offer an Aquatic Project WILD for any adults, youth leaders, teachers, etc. The workshop will be held Sunday, June 11 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Landa Park. Participants receive an activity guide and six hours of TEEAC credit. Register by June 8 by visiting the parks office at I IO Golf Course Road or call 608-2160 for information. Soil your stuff Rummage sale at First Protestant Church, located at the comer of Seguin and Coll streets. Saturday, June IO from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Family Life Center. Clean out your closets and purge the attic and garage, donate your treasures - unwanted and unneeded stuff to First Protestant. All donations accepted. Proceeds will benefit the FPC Youth. Deliver to FPC Seele Parish or call to schedule pickup of large items. Call Marty Lindley, director of family life, 609-7729, ext. 26. All proceeds are tax deductible. Flag Day coromony A Flag Day ceremony is planned at the New Braunfels Elks Lodge 2279 lodge for Sunday, June 11 at 4 p.m. The ceremony is open to the general public. The lodge is located at 353 S. Seguin in New Braunfels. Diabetes screening The New Braunfels Noon Lions Club will sponsor a diabetes screening at no charge for senior citizens at the Comal County Senior Citizens Center on Landa Street Monday, June 12 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The nursing staff, provided by the Comal County Health Department, says fasting is not necessary for this type of screening. NOTICE OF EFFECTIVE TAX RATE 1994 PROPERTY TAX RATES IN NEW BRAUNFELS INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT This notice concerns 1994 property tax rates for the New Braunfels Independent School District. It presents Information about three tax rates. Last year's tax rate Is the actual rate the taxing unit used to determine property taxes last year. This year's effective tax rate would Impose the same total taxes as last year lf you compare properties taxed In both years. This year's rollback tax rate Is the highest tax rate the taxing unit can set before It must hold a rollback election. In each case these rates are found by dividing the total amount of taxes and state funds by the tax Mise (the total value of taxable property) with ad|ustments as required by state law. The rates are given per $100 of rroperty value. Lift VMi'ituntt; Lest year's operating taxes $ 7,855,937 Last year's debt taxes $ 1,972,342 last year's total taxes $ 9,828,279 Lest year's tex base $ 668,590,419 Last year's total tax rate $ 1.4700/$IOO This veer's effective til rate: Last year's adjusted taxes $ 9,828,279 (after subtracting texas on lost property) This year's adjusted tax base $ 694,633,722 (after subtrading value of new property) This year's affective tax rate ^ I 1.41488/$100 1.03 * maximum rate unless the school district publishes notices and holds hearings $ 1.45732/$ IOO This Year's rollback tex rite: - School maintenance and operations component $ 9,747,514 This year's tax base $ 717,098,798 This year's local maintenance and operating rate $ 1.35929/$ IOO $.06 ■ this year’s maximum operating rate $ 1.41929/$ IOO This year's debt rate $ .37068/$ IOO This year's rollback rate $ 1.78997/$100 SCHEDULE A: UNENCUMBERED FUND BALANCES The following estimated balances will be left In the unit's property tax accounts at the end of the fiscal year. These balances are not encumbered by a corresponding debt obligation. Type of Property Tax Fund    Balance General Fund    $3,680,989 Debt Service Fund    g 252,495 SCHEDULE B: 1994 DEBT SERVICE The unit plans to pay the following amounts for long-term debts that are secured by property taxes. These amounts will be paid from property tax revenues (or additional sales tax revenues, lf applicable). Principal or Contract Payment Description to be Paid from of Debt . Property Taxes Interest to be Paid from Property Taxes Other Amounts to be Paid Total Payment $1,660,000 Total required for 1994 debt service $995,689 $2,500 $2,658,189 $2,658,189 * Amount (lf any) paid from funds listed In Schedule A OOO " Excess collections last year OOO ■ Total to be paid form taxes In 1994 $2,658,189 ♦ Amount added In anticipation that the unit will collect only 100% of Its taxes In 1994 OOO ■ Total Debt Levy $2,658,189 This notice contains a summary of actual effective and rollback tax rates calculations. You can Inspect a copy of the full calculations at the New Braunfels Independent School District Administrative Building or Comal Appraisal District. Name of person preparing this notice Title Date Prepared Curtis Koehler Deputy Chief Appraiser June 7,1995 The Marketplace 100 Automobiles 100 Automobiles 105 Trucks/Vans 120 Blinder’s Heir Salon helps ACS Blinder’s Hair Salon is showing its support for the American Cancer Society by donating to the local unit 15 percent of its total sales of all Paul Mitchel hair care products from now until the date of die Starlight in the Tropics Gala. The Gala is Friday, June 16 at the Civic Center. Blinder’s is located in the Walnut Square Shopping Center at 664 Walnut. Celebrations helps ACS Celebrations Bridal and Evening Wear is supporting the American Cancer Society’s annual Starlight Gala this year by donating $10 from every tuxedo rented to wear to the event. The gala will be held Friday, June 16 at the Civic Center. Call 629-3338 or 629-6153 for information. RUT0 LOANS Auto Dealer will arrange low cost financing even if you’ve been turned down elsewhere. Loan Available for Bankrupt, bad credit, no credit. Call Betty 625-3451. Phone applications accepted '’tau. COUNTRY DISCOUNT OUTLET GRAND OPENING ALL ITEMS IN STORE GROCERIES • HEALTH AND BEAUTY • HOUSEHOLD TOOLS • TOYS • Gins • GENERAL MERCHANDISE 50% OFF 3 DAYS ONLY FRIDAY. JUNE 9- IO A.M. TO 8 I' M. SATURDAY. JUNE IO - IO A M. TO 8 P.M. SUNDAY. jUNE ll - I P.M. IO 5 I’ M. I IWY 28) 7 MILES SOUTH or BIANCO. NI XI IO TIII TI IHI BIANCO INN* PHONE: 833 2360 '81 Monte Carlo Runds good, needs minor work. $1200. 609-1071. '85 VW Jette GL Good cond., AC, sunroof, new tires. $2400 obo. 303-1084 or 557-4090. 85 Ford LTD Cm. Vie. fully loaded, excellent cond. 71800 mi. asking $3500. After 6. 899-2881. *89 Honda Civic DX 5-speed, 2-door hatchback. Body in excellent cond. 2 new tires. Est. 37mpa * great commuter car. $4700. 609-1610. '90 Ford Taurus GL, 4 dr., V-6, auto, trans., A/C, 75k miles. $5750. Call Buddy 609-4668. 82 El Camino Very clean. $2495. 609-3028. '91 Ford Aarostar V-6,7 pass., dual A/C, super dean! $8375. Call Elliot 303-0202. '93 Mercury Sable 48K, power locks, windows, cruise, $11,900. 625-4404 '94 Ford Taurus GL, 4 dr.. 3.8 Itr., V-6, fully loaded, 28k miles, still under warranty! $11,780. Call Buddy 609-4668. Compare $ '90 Rad Ford Probe GT Only 14,000 miles. Loaded! Excellent condition. NADA Book Value $10,500. Will tell for $9,500, negotiable! 210-620-0318. '91 Pontiac Grand Am LE, 2 dr., quad 4, A/C, auto, trans., pw/pl, tilt, cruise, 58k miles. Extra clean! $7450. Call Elliot 303-0202 '83 Ninety-Eight New tires, rebuilt motor, A/C, power locks, good int., vinyl needs work. $1000. 609-1365._ 84 Buick LaSabra Limited, 4-door, rear wheel drive, all extras, one owner, cream puff. PH 210-620-1462._ 89 Mercury Topaz 4 dr., auto, trans., AZC, baby blue, clean! $3850. Great student car! Call Buddy 609-4668._ 93 Mercury Topaz GS, 4 dr., 33k miles, auto, trans., fully loaded, still under warranty! $7850. Call Buddy 609-4668._ 94 Mercury Sable GS, 4 dr., V-6, fully loaded, 20k miles, still under warranty! $11,950. Call Elliot 303-0202. Compare $ For Sale ‘84 Chevrolet Sedan Runs but needs work $750. 620-0020._ Want to sell your car? Call our Classified Dept for help. 625-9144. 105 Trucke/Vans '84 Jeep Wagoneer 4x4, 4 dr, 2.5 liter, 1 owner, good cond. 19 MPG $ 3650. 620-6350/620-7358. '85 Ramcharaer Red, very dependable. $3350 See at 2515 W. San Antonio St 609-4523. '91 Diesel Suburban 103.000 miles, blue & silver, 1 owner, loaded, brand new Michelin tires, no damage. $15,900. 629-0909_ '92 Chevy black, good cond. 350 eng. shortwheel base w/ extras. $11,000 obo. 625-4253. '92 Nleeen 89.000 miles, $5200/OBO. 625-5735. *93 Silverado Suburban, teal/sandstone, loaded, dean. $20,500,606-0109. 1987 Ford F-350 Flatbed, 6.9 diesel, new motor and clutch, $6,500. 899-2615. '89 Jeep Wrangler Softtop, 4 WD, 5 spd., black, 4 cyl., AM/FM cass., 64k. Very good cond. $8,450. 629-7893. Boats Supplies Two 1982 Kawasaki Jet Skis with double trailer $3,500.620-0909. 136 Heavy Equipment 110 R.V.s '94 Pursuit MTR Home 29 ft. like new 6,300 miles, ext. warranty, queen bed, all options, take older R.V. & auto trade. $39,500. 629-1268 or 608-6664 1978 Southwind Motorhome, 26 ft., extra clean, $8,900,964-2374. Wanted: Travel Trailer Motorhome in need of repair. Must be reasonable' 1-210-612-3625. 580C Case Backhoe, very clean, 3,600 hors, 24" bucket, shuttle trans. $12,500. 899-2615. aa.**, cum c. ta Jiyco Motor Home. New Ona n generator, new tires, looks great, runs even be tie ii Garaged, Must see and drivel *6600 *00-2600 115 Motorcycles '94 Kawasaki Ninja ZX7, white/green, racing colors, 2900 miles, $7000/OBO. Call 625-8924 120 Boats Supplies '79 Thunderbird 18', walk-through windshield, new 350 Chevrolet Mark Cruiser engine. Always indoors, like new condition. Serious inquiries only, no joy riders. $5800 Cal 914-2171. 17 ft. Glaetron Ski boat and trailer. 135 Mercury outboard motor. Runs great, needs interior work. $2,000.625-8639. 16ft. 90 hp .engine, 17fL with 160 in/out drive. 210-964-2374 195 Employment Information CAUTION The ads listed here are job information only, not specific job offers. In some cases, a fee is involved (or information and/or for the phone 200 Help Wanted Driver Needed For Tractor/Trailer, End-dump. At least 1 year of verifiable exp. Hospital/vacation paid. Top pay plus bonuses. Sunset Transportation. 560-1032. Acceptando applicaciones por empelyo de limpiar/laundry. PT, F/T. Applies in persona Oakwood Inn, 375 Hwy 46 S. No ne-cessita experencia. Ado he Verde Is now accepting applications for cook & bus positions. Please apply between 2-4pm Mon-Fri. Ama De Casa Se Necesita una senora para cuidar casa, hacer todo de llmpeza Y cocinar para pareja, horario 10-5. 210-885-4902. 200 Help Wanted Computer Users Needed Work own hours. $20K-$50k/yr, 24 Hrs 714-363-4203x1439. COOKS Full & part time, all shifts. Now accepting applications 2-4 pm M-F. Kettle Restaurant. No phone calls please. Desk Clerk Daytime hours. Salary based on exp. Hill Country Christmas Around The World In home party plans needs demonstrators to show 2 popular lines. Kit provided, no delivery, no handling of money. Earn a trip to Hawaii. (800) 377-4369 or 210-590-4796(in SA.) Campground & Rental On Guadalupe River needs office and outside help. Part-time and full-time positions available, weekends required. Call Eddie 907-7999 Motor Inn; apply in person at 210 Hwv 81 E. Corner of Seguin bt. & Hwy 61. EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY Inside Sales Position in the Classified Department at the Heraid-Zeitung Sales/phone & office skills are a plus. Full time position. Good benefits. Apply in person to 707 Landa St. Call Laura Cooper at 625-9144 for more information. Executive Director Responsible for managing the day-to-day operations of all phases of the Comal County Women's Center; overseeing all budgets and contracts and maintaining fiscal responsibility and good community relations. E D. will attend all board meetings, prepare grant applications, prepare client services, shelter, and finance reports, prepare monthly and quarterly grant reports, keep orderly financial and administrative records, supervise shelter personnel and be on-call. Bachelor's degree required, experience in non-profit organizations, domestic violence & sexual assault, and personnel management preferred. Send resume and letter of intent by June 9 1995 to: P.O. Box 310344, New Braunfels, Tx 78131-0344. Experienced Maintenance Man For mobile homes, foreman potential a plus. For Interview phone Don at 625-3826, 7-Bam 5-6pm only. ;

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