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Page 4, The Hondo Anvil Herald, Thursday, December 20, 2001
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of Christmas Shopping?
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Closed Dec. 24-29th & New Yrs. Day
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426-4020 nightline Rd.
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120 N. Gfetty
Frick receives Army
Special Forces diploma
A former student of Hondo and Sa-
bina! schools. Captain John Fnck,
graduated Nov. 9,2001. from the U.S.
Army Special Forces Qualification
Course (SFQC) at Fort Bragg, NC.
Fnck is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Frick of Devine.
Formerly an Armory Officer, Captain
Frick is now Special Forces (after
graduating and earning the green be-
ret ) and w ill serve as Team Commander
for Alpha (better know n as A Team).
After completing the Special Forces
Assessment and Selection Course,
Frick was selected to attend SFQC at
the John F. Kennedy Special Warfare
Center in Fort Bragg. The 26-week
course is comprised of three phases
of training The first phase is ad-
vanced land navigation and small-
unit infantry tactics and progressing
to urban combat and finally to Un-
conventional Warfare Exercises.
Upon completing the Army's Sur-
vival. Escape, Resistance and Evacu-
Dec. 24 - Jackie Ward. John A
Mumme, Paden Lynch.
Dec. 27 - Erik Cervantez.
Specials Begin a+ 5:00 p.m.
Monday Night Tuesday Night
5 Enchiladas Jumbo Hambcrger
45.50 « 45.50
Wednesday Night 45 75 ,.
Chicken Fried Steak Jumbo Bacon Cheeseburger
Captain John Frick graduates from
Special Forces military course.
ation (SERE) Course in January.
Frick will be assigned to the 10th
Special Forces Group, Fort Carson.
CO, where he will continue training
in skiing, mountain warfare, and
military free fall to prepare for
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Edwards Aquifer Authority
2001 A.O. (Odie) Gilliam
Agricultural Conservation Award
The Edwards Aquifer Authority is seeking nominations for the 4th
Annual A.O. “Odie” Gilliam Agricultural Conservation Award.
The significance of this award is to emphasize the importance of
conservation in irrigation, and to recognize those individuals who
have taken steps to improve the efficiency of their water use.
A.O. “Odie" Gilliam, a director of the Authority, was taken from his
family, friends, and colleagues on January 21,
1998. Mr. Gilliam served on the Authority board
from July 1,1996 through January 16,1998, and
was instrumental in developing water
management strategies for the Edwards Aquifer.
Mr. Gilliam was a pioneer in water conservation,
and an Edwards Aquifer irrigation farmer for 46
The Edwards Aquifer
Authority is committed
to manage, preserve,
and protect the Edwards
Aquifer system and work
with others to ensure the
entire region of a
high quality, and cost
effective supply of water,
now, and in the future.
The Authority has established the award to commit to memory the high
standards of Mr. Gilliam’s life and service.
Eligibility: All nominees must irrigate within the Edwards Aquifer
Authority region. Nominees must produce a cash crop of food or fiber.
Any conservation measures implemented during the three proceeding
years are eligible for nominations. Nominations must include a brief
description of water savings resulting from improved practices, or
technology, and documentation of water savings.
Award: The successful nominee will receive $1500 and a plaque.
Deadline: December 31, 2001
For an official nomination form, or if you would like more information, lease
contact the Authority’s Planning & Conservation Department at210-222-2204
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Hondo Anvil Herald (Hondo, Tex.), Vol. 115, No. 51, Ed. 1 Thursday, December 20, 2001, newspaper, December 20, 2001; Hondo, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth819736/m1/4/: accessed December 12, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hondo Public Library.