New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 7, 1997, Page 7

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung December 7, 1997

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 7, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas .1111 r I ll.in ks'4i vin \ from Iv' a in. Fresh cut, cold-storage shipped Noble and Fraser Firs from award-winning Tilton Valley Farm in Morton, Washington. We also have potted Pine and Cypress trees and Texas grown Virginia Pines. Dorothy Mercer Resident Caretaker 830-629-4518 or 830-629-1854 1555 Hoffman Lane 1555 Hoffman Lana TX 78132 and helping New Braunfels area residents with their real estate! transactions. I’m also looking forward to being part of the New Braunfels real estate market again.” Bradfteld Properties is a full service real estate organization in San Antonio and the Hill Country, specializing in residential and commercial real estate sales and listings, property management and apartment locating. The company provides a national network of relocation counseling services through its affiliation with HFS. It also offers an in-house mortgage, REAL mortgage and an affiliation with Ticor Title Company to better serve its agents and clients. Bradfield Properties also produces The Sunday Morning Home Show and Homes for Sale Magazine. J lie BOXCAR VFW 7110 HALL RENTAL •28-0961 BINGO FRIDAYS 7:00 PMHerald-Zeitung g Sunday, December 7,1997 Q 7A Home Equity Lending at HonhariNp alisihthry r engulf *d Loath iiihjU’T co cr odic approval AM home equity (oat** must be mtuiid by a mark** .atua Although you may appt, now. die hem*    'a**'    I*Oft*™ •» not iv.iUbie until January I, I '*** * Pima* conault your aa idvoor about your individual Mullion Isaaks launches appellate court bid BLLABONG Republican Vicki Isaaks recently announced that she will seek the Republican nomination for the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, Place I. If 'successful in the primary, Isaaks will challenge Democrat incumbent Charles Baird. In making her announcement, Isaaks safd, “I have consulted with my family, friends and colleagues and have decided to run for the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, our state’s highest criminal court. I believe Texas is a great place to live, work and raise a family and I want to help keep Texas great for my children.” i “As a judge,my job‘Will be ID **. *, r uphold the law and see to it that justice has been carried out. It is not the role of the Court of Criminal Appeals to overturn verdicts on mere technicalities. The Court of Criminal Appeals is there to protect us from wrongful prosecution and to ensure that our rights as citizens have not been violated. The court is not there for criminals to roll the dice and hope for a break,” said Isaaks. “I believe my unique experiences as both a criminal prosecutor and family violence expert will help make our state's highest criminal court more mindful of the family violence problems that plague our state and have played a contributing role in the breakdown of our families,” Isaaks Vicki Isaaks is currently serving as a supervising assistant district attorney with the office of Dallas County District Attorney John Vance. Isaaks is the supervisor of the Family Violence and Child Abuse Division where she supervises both trial sections, the protective order division and the training coordinator division encompassing 43 individuals including prosecutors, investigators and support staff, as well as management of all grants to these divisions. Isaaks has nearly IO years of experience as a prosecutor and two years as an assistant public defender She has served four years as the chief of the Family Violence Division. Isaaks is the vice-chair for Governor Bush’s State Team for Violence Against Women Act Grants Planning She is also a peer review consultant for the National Institute of Justice. In 1996, she initiated and implemented a project, through grant fonding, for a protective order rapid response process, which reduced the wait for a protective order from an average of 31 days to an average of IO days. In 1997, Isaaks worked extensively with legislators in Austin on the rewrite of the Texas antiganting law and assisted as an expert witness. Math Is Easy! There’s a new loan in Texas—the Home Equity Loan—and Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union* (RBFCU) is offering it to our members. As a homeowner, you may benefit from the flexible features of a home equity loan, which include an exceptionally low rate and the interest may be tax deductible**. Home equity loans may be used for debt con solidation, a vehicle purchase, major medical expenses, education expenses, and many other borrowing needs. For more information or or to apply for an RBFCU Home Equity loan, visit one of our 13 branch locations, or call Express Lending at (210)945-3399 or toll free at 1-800-580-2331. Bradfield Properties opens local office Photo submitted BradfMd Properties opened Its New Braunfels office Monday at 373 S. Seguin Ave. Centex ‘four best value everifdatf! COLOR COPIES - $1.25 900 South Seguin Ave. (by the underpass) 629-3979 The Bradfield Properties opened its seventh residential office Monday in die heart of New Braunfels at 373 S. Seguin Ave. “We have been interested in expanding into the New Braunfels rail estate market for quite a while, becauae it is a rapidly growing area with a very healthy economy,” said Joyce Bradfield, president of Bradfield Properties. “Boyd and I feel that everything has fallen into place for us to open this new office. We have been very fortunate that so many professional agents have been interested in joining Bradfield Properties.” Janet Boenig, manager of the New Braunfels office, said she joined Bradfteld Properties because “Bradfield Properties has been No. I in San Antonio for a reason: it trains its agents to realize the importance of client service, they know how to help die agents market their listings and they are the forefront of technology with their Web site. I am very excited about being the new manager Dinosaur cries out at museum ALBUQUERQUE, N M. (AP) — The cry of a duck-billed dinosaur reverberated for the first time in more than 70 million years Friday — a low-pitched, trombone wail that listeners felt as much as they heard. With a little literary license and a lot of computing power, a Sandia National Laboratories scientist and a paleontologist recreated the song of the Parasaurolophus. It was played at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science. ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: December 7, 1997

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