New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 10, 1996, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 10, 1996

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 10, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas 10Ad Herald-Zeitung O Sunday, November 10,1996 Bradzoil opens new store in Schertz D.A. “Brad” Bradfute, president of Bradzoil Inc., has announced the opening of a fourth location of Bradzoil 10-Minute Change at the intersection of FM 3009 and Borgfield Road in Schertz. Other locations are in New Braunfels, Seguin and San Marcos. Bradzoil does state inspections and changes motor oil, transmission fluid and gear box fluids. Bradfute created Bradzoil in 1985 with his brothers, Byron of New Braunfels and J.W. of Pleasanton. Photo submitted by Bradzoil Inc. Bradzoil Inc. of Seguin has opened a new BradzoiH 0-Minute Change in Schertz. Pictured (from left to right) are D.A. Bradfute, Monty Trost, Alex Mata, Joe Nash, Roland Bradfute Jr., Jody Morris, Cameron Bradfute, Vinny Ramon and Robert Dominguez. Along with the opening of the new Schertz location, Bradfute has announced the following promotions: ■ Cameron Bradfute, from manager of the New Braunfels store to vice president of operations. ■ Monty Trost, from assistant manager of the Seguin store to manager of the Schertz operation. ■ Roland Bradfute, from assistant manager of the New Braunfels store to manager at the same store. ■ Vinny Ramon, to assistant manager of the Seguin store. ■ Joe Nash, to assistant manager of the San Marcos store. ■ Robert Dominguez, to assistant manager of the New Braunfels store. AARP is looking for volunteers to be tax counselors The American Association of Retired Persons Tax-Aide volunteers come from an amazing variety of backgrounds. They include retired teachers, bookkeepers, homemakers, engineers, bankers, accountants and others who like to help people and work with numbers. With the support of the Internal Revenue Service, which supplies the reference and working materials, plus training for AARP volunteer instructors. The program has been successful year after year. The Tax-Aide volunteer counselors training program begins Jan. IO and normally lasts Five half-days. Volunteers are required to pass a simple exam before they are authorized to be counselors. They are reimbursed for any necessary out-of-pocket expenses. The training will take place at the Comal County Senior Citizens Center. Counseling time usually amounts to a minimum of four hours per week. The counseling will begin Feb. I and last until April 15. Senior citizens and others in need of help are the principal recipients of the program. To volunteer for the Tax-Aide program, or to obtain more information, telephone Amie at 6200-4957 or Herb at 620-5412. We like to see old and new faces. (Submitted by the American Association of Retired Persons)Military Notes Cadet William James Bligh, 16, was recently promoted to first sergeant at the Marine Military Academy. Bligh, a junior, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bligh of New Braunfels. The Marine Corps JROTC promotion is in recognition of his combined performance in academics, military leadership and athletics. The Marine Military Academy was founded in 1965 as the only independent, college preparatory school in the world based on the customs and traditions of the United States Marine Corps. Navy Chief Petty Officer David B. Broom, son of Byron and Hazel M. Broom of Bulverde, recently was promoted to his present rank while serving with Tactical Electronic Warfare Squadron 132, Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, Oak Harbor, Wash. He joined the Navy in March 1984. The Tucson Chapter of the 82nd Airborne Division Association is having the seventh annual midwinter conference Jan. 24 to 27. This is the largest 82nd Airborn function besides our national convention. They also have annual picnics, dinner-dances and participate in local parades. For complete details write Midwinter Airborne 1997, 5459 Northcutt Place, Dayton, Ohio 45414-3742, or call Shirley Gossett at (937) 898-5977. Marine Pvt Erie Espinosa, son of Manuel Espinosa and Delia Gonzales of New Braunfels, recently completed basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego. Espinosa successfully completed 11 weeks of training designed to challenge new Marine recruits, both physically and mentally. He is a 1986 graduate of New Braunfels High School. Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Jason E. Haikenwaelder, son of Karen E. Haase of New Braunfels, and Navy Chief Petty Officer Mark L. Wesch, son of Rudy O. and Geraldine M. Wesch of New Braunfels, recently departed on a six-month deployment to the western Pacific aboard the attack submarine USS Santa Fe. They are two of more than IOO sailors aboard the submarine, which departed its home port of Pearl Harbor as part of the USS Kitty Hawk Battle Group. The battle group includes nine tactical aircraft squadrons, five surface combatants and two submarines, and is replacing the USS Carl Vinson Battle Group, which has been deployed for the past five months to the western Pacific and Indian oceans and Persian Gulf. Lt. Cmdr. Brian A. Mcllvaine, son of Capt. and Mrs. J. W. Mcllvaine, U.S. Navy retired, reported as the executive officer of the U.S. Navy’s newest attack submarine, PCU Connecticut. PCU Connecticut is currently undergoing construction at the Electric Boat Shipyard in Groton, Conn. Connecticut is scheduled to be launched in 1997 and commissioned in 1998. Mcllvaine graduated from New Braunfels High School in 1980. He graduated with distinction from the United States Naval Academy in May 1984 and was awarded a bachelor of science degree in The recent solicitation sent by Agents Bond Connection for The New Braunfels Surety Bond Requirement has been in a few instances misinterpreted to be from the city. This notice of solicitation was sent directly by Agents Bond Connection, not the city. If you have any questions or need this bond please call us direct at 210-680-2663, FLOCK TO THE SAVINGS beep Shop CHRISTIAN DISCOUNT BOOKSTORE located att electrical engineering. He completed a master of science in electrical engineering degree at the University of Texas at Austin, specializing in ocean acoustics. Mcllvaine was awarded the L.Y. Spear award for being the honor man at Submarine Officer’s Basic Course in August 1987. Mcllvaine is married to the former Shirlee Mavar of San Pedro, Calif. They have two children, Jennifer and Brian Casey, and reside in Groton, Conn. Asthma Sufferers Do You Take Asthma Medication Either Daily or Occasionally? Ute ti M‘ IHI I • I .lh k'sllll'j UHL’ I HIK ! It I cst IMI! You may be eligible for an asthma study using an investigational medication. (You must currently be a non-smoker.) \ikI Bt PMD I p In $450! CENTRAL TEXAS HEALTH RESEARCH 705-A Landa, New Braunfels, Texas 78130 629-9036 • Metro: 609-0900 19 Annual ®fje Wux&t Craft Sc i&ale in ®exa* MAIN PLAZA NEW BRAUNFELS UTILITIES PARKING LOT Show Time: 9 am - 5 pm November IO, 1996 Sponsored by COMAL COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS All types of Handmade Crafts, Paintings, Watercolors, Ceramics Free AdmissionThe New Braunfels Factory Stores C&rjJW SALT LES Protect Guns, Jewelry, Coins, Silver, Family Heirlooms, etc. - Large Selection Ready for Immediate Delivery 35 to 40 % off Suggested Retail 25% Off Delivery "Quality that brings you a step above the competition for the same price!" Protect Your Valuables Palace ^Meigljto ^Antiques JHaU 1175 Hwy 81 E., New Braunfels Open 7 days a week 625-0612 • 620-4934 Meeting drive goal for United Way is labor intensive By JOE ROGERS Special to the Herald-Zeitung The United Way of Comal County is totally dependent on community residents that volunteer their time and energy throughout the year to help benefit the 28 different agencies served by the organization. There are 23 board members, plus hundreds of other volunteers helping with this year’s drive. David Sansing and Kathy Meurin are heading up this year’s effort, as president and campaign chair, respectively. The other board members are: Sheryl Bremer, Tim Briefly, Joyleen Dodson, Mike Doherty, James Dunks, Mike Fitsko, Bobbie Landrum, Ray Martinez, John Mathis, Michael Meek, Esther Mendoza, Doug Mil’sr, Randy Pawelek, Ken Peters, Carol Robison, Lee Rodriguez, Barry Shea, Bill Smith, Bonnie Tetrault, Doug Toney and Ed Wetzel. Others involved in the effort include S.D. David Jr., honorary chairman; Tom Purdum, advanced gift chair; Joe Rogers, executive director; and Laurie Harper, administrative assistant. All board members stress the fact that 98.9 percent of all funds raised stay in Comal County. If you haven’t made a donation or pledge, call the United Way at 620-7760 and the proper form will be delivered to you. Be the “U” in Community. Give to the United Way. To sell your automobile or house, advertise in the Herald-Zeitung by calling 625-9144. AM* COMAL COUNTY SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER 655 LANDA STREET NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 78130 SANTA’S CRAFT SHOW 9-2 Saturday, November 16, 1996 Unusual Christmas Gifts Handmade Creations of Wood’ Ceramic, Paintings, Floral—T-shirts... to Cactus Plants & More! Our Own Ceramics Class will have an open House Try our potato soup or strudel at the snack bar Comal Flower Shop On The Plaza invites you to attend our Holiday Preview Introducing our nm* lino Jof Nutcrackers from Germany Sunday, Nev. IO, 1996 Noon until 5:00 p.m. Refreshments • Door Prizes • 1997 Calenders In Appreciation of our good friends and customers receive 10% off with this card 625-7575 The Store for all Seasons! Shop now for your favorite holiday, or for any occasion. Come see the most unique store in New Braunfels. fear-Rom IffetmaitVll Wide Variety of flngels on <§>alei Open 10:00 • 5:30 • M F Sundays 12 • 5 Seasonally on Thur. til 8 p.m. i Tis The Season! 265 W. San Antonio St. • 629-9711 ;

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