New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 20, 1996, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 20, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 20, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung O Wednesday, March 20, 1996 O 3 Tetrault re-joins Chamber Apiill Bonnie Tetrault is re-joining the Chamber staff effective April I as Director of the Small Business Council according to Michael Meek, President of the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce. Tetrault left the Chamber in September, 1994 following a 10+ year career there and has been Director of Sales and Marketing at T-Bar-M, Texas since November 1994. While with the Chamber, Tetrault was instrumental in the creation and implementation of the Small Business Council including the Business Trade Show. Leadership New Braunfels program, Small Business Counseling sessions, Small Business Week and Small Business Person of the Year. Prior to that, Tetrault also handled all membership development activities and personnel for the Chamber. This follows the announcement last week of the departure of Anna Lee Hicks from that position. Hicks will become a consultant on the new “Fest-tage In New Braunfels” project for the Chamber. “We are really fortunate to be able to have Bonnie back with us. I don’t know of anyone more qualified and knowledgeable about the Chamber. I know she will prove to be very helpful to me and the staff in the future,” stated Meek. Tetrault’s initial responsibilities will include all activities of the small Business Council which include the Airman of the Quarter program, Business Advisory, Business Trade Show, Small Business Week, Leadership New Braunfels and Legislative Affairs.EYEEXAMS *25 Rabat*' When we make your appointment (your doctor or our referral)379-0031 SEGUINBIETZMcLEAN OPTICAL 128 S. Moss, Suite 200 *WNh Im purchase of a ame** pair of glaaaaa. White Cane Day Proclamation Herald-Zeitung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL Mayor Paul Fraser joined the New Braunfels Noon Lions Club recently to proclaim White Cane Day in New Braunfels. On hand for the proclamation were (from left) Henry Hull, district White Cane Day chairman; Mayor Fraser; club president Jerry Groves; and C.E. Simmons, NB chapter White Cane Day chairman. For Your Convenience*.. WAL* MART is now open 24* Hours A Day, 7 Days A Weak Please Excuse the Mess We will make every effort to make your shopping experience a pleasurable one during the construction of your New Braunfels Supercenter We look forward to serving you... Please Bear With Us! Subscribe To LOCAL INTCRNGT ACCESS On New Braunfels' First LOCAL INTERNET WEB SERVER • Point to point service • World Wide Web • E-Mail • News TESTING PHASE SPECIAL* Sign up now and receive March ’96 access FREE! • File Transfer    Only $24.95/mo. for personal • Local Internet Special Interest dial up accounts. Group Membership    • Low Setup Fees • And Much Much More    • Customized Services Available CALL 609-1237 to subscribe Internet Services and Network Consulting brought to you by CompuVision of New Braunfels and South Texas Internet Connection, Inc.Bush’s tax study group leads to new tax study committee I AUSTIN (AP) — Armed with a new report from his special property tax study group, Gov. George W. Bush is forming a committee to study the issue. Bush believes school property taxes are too high and wants to find a replacement for them. He said his committee will hear what Texans think about property taxes and the possible alternatives. But it will make no recommendation^. “Our job is to measure public sentiment,” said Elton Bomer, a state insurance commissioner. “Our job is not to come to any specific conclusions. Our job is not to propose legislation,” Bomer said Tuesday. Bush’s special tax working group issued a report Tuesday that suggested three options for replacing the money: — Creating a new business activity tax. — Imposing a gross receipts tax on all business and investment income. — Making changes in the current 6.25 percent state sales tax, such as expanding the levy to items not now taxed.Hearing Problems? Take a look inside your ear canal The Video Otoscope is a mimiaturized camera that displays an exceptionally clear picture of your ear canal on a full-color monitor and then prints out a color photograph. So you can see for yourself if there is a wax problem. If you wear a hearing aid, the Video Otoscope can help determine the cause of fitting and other problems. Actual photograph of eardrum can help determine if you have any of several common ear canal problems. Pictures are not for medical diagnosis. WHERE: WHEN: WHAT: WHO: McKenna Memorial Hospital Friday, Mar. 22 IO am to 3 pm Video Otoscopy Hearing Screening Consultations Provided by McKenna Hospital & Dottle Will’s Advanced Hearing Aid Associate 620-4327 Sponsored by: DOTTIE WILL’S ADVANCED HEARING AID ASSOCIATES620-HEAR CHILDREN 6-11 YEARS OLD NEEDED FOR SPRING ALLERGY STUDY Do you have a runny nose, sneezing, congestion or itchy, watery eyes in the Spring? If so, we need volunteers for an allergy research study involving an investigational medication. Skin tests and evaluation by a Board Certified Allergist provided at no cost. Qualified patients will be PAID up to $ 180. CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH (210)629-9036 • Metro: 609-0900 FISH'S Now is the time for Spring Stocking of Hybrid Bluegill, Florida Hybrid Bass, Channel Catfish, Fathead Minnows, Triploid Grass Carp and Black Crappie. You must have permit lo purchase Triploid Grass Carp. The Hybiid Bluegill can REACH the weight of 27alo3 lbs. We furnish your Hauling Containers. We gurantee live delivery. Supplies- Fish Feeders, Turtle Traps, Fish Traps, Liquid Fertilizer and Spawning Mats. Delivery will be Friday, March 29, 1995 in the following towns and locations. • New Braunfels-Producers Coop 625-2381 8-9 a.m. • Seguin-Producer’s Coop 379-1750 12-1 p.m. • Gonzales-Gonzales Farm & Ranch 672-6996 2-3 p.m. Gift Certificates Available To place your order call: 405-777-2202 • Toll Free 1-800-433-2950 • Fax 405-777-2899 Or contact Your Local Feed Dealer FUhery consultant available. Discounts are available on larger orders. DUNN’S FISH FARMS, INC. “SS* N Sequin St._ S. Cancun Rest. ? McQueeney Rd Ik Gran/in's Meat Market 'TKeat 'TKan&et Pork Chops Center Loin    Rib Cut    Cut    Cut •I "ib si"ib *1 «ib Boneless Butterfly Pork Chops $259ib Big Red, BcTup 8 Pack 20 oz Open Monday - Saturday 8:30 - 6:00 p.m. 1644 McQueeney New Braunfels 210-625-3510 Boneless Catfish Filets Boneless Skinless (Marinated) Chicken Thigh Meat 39 $1 lb American Cheese $1 89 lb Marinated Fajitas Oranges 10/for $1 Lean Chuck Hamburger $1 49,u 5 lbs or more I ID Cello Carrots 3/ for 99c New crop Yellow Onions 19c lb Busch & Busch Light 6 Pack 16 oz cans Beef Jerky Dry Sausage Head Cheese Blood Sausage While supplies last SESI BEEF PRICES Frozen, Cut and Wrap 1/2 Beef 1.49 Hindquarter 1.63 * Forequarter 1.39 Specials Good Mar. 20- Mar. 26, Will Ie Market Items Last ;

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