New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 27, 1985, Page 5

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Money supply [MI 198aTl9B4 Producer Price Index In billions of dollars Bu siness Hvrald-Zeitung Sunday, October 27, 1985 Page BA Investment rep announces new service Stan Cunningham, investment representative for Edward I) Jones & Co., has announced that Market Scope, the firm’s newest service, is available in his office. MarketScope is a computer service which gives Cunningham instant access to information and recommendations on more than 4.500 companies. The service also provides exclusive recommendations that meet specific investment and portfolio objectives, timely commentary on current market activity and economic developments which is updated seven times daily, and specific earning and dividend forecasts on more than 1,000 companies. The information is transmitted directly from Standard St Poor's computer in New York to Cunningham's own computer via phone lines. Edward I). Jones & Co. is one of only two national investment firms to receive direct transmission of this revolutionary service “I’m delighted to be able to extend this service to the people of New Braunfels," Cunningham said “MarketScope will give me the ability to provide customers with information on companies in seconds, enabling them to make informed decisions while they re in my office This state-of-the-art service also will allow me to continue ‘Edward D. Jones & Co. is one of only two national investment firms to receive direct transmission* Stan Cunningham my firm s long-standing tradition of warm, personal attenttion and still keep up with the latest technology.’’ Edward D. Jones & Co. was founded in 1871 Its home office today is located in Maryland Heights. Mo., just outside St. Louis. In 1955, the firm opened its first branch office and more offices quickly followed in small towns across the nation. Today, with more than 800 branches in 34 states, Edward D. Jones has more offices than any other investment firm Cunningham invites the people of New Braunfels to come in and get an update on their favorite stock His office is located at 1000 N. Walnut, Suite E.Business briefs Sahm ToolEtCarbide relocates here Sahm Tool and Carbide relocated its main office and warehouse from Victoria to 1937 Interstate 35 East Suite IOO New Braunfels. The company was started in 1982 by Michael Sahm. He is a 1971 graduate of Canyon High School In 1975 he graduated from Southwest Texas State University Salim Tools and Carbide sells metal-cutting tools and machine tool accessories to various manufacturing industries throughout South Texas. 'They also export a large percentage of sales regularly to the automotive industry in Mexico. ST&C has major tooling contracts with General Motors de Mexim and Chrysler de Mexico. WestPoint holiday policy restated As the Christmas season approaches, WestPoint Pepperell would like to restate for the benefit ol suppliers the policy concerning gifts, entertainment, or favors. The policy provides that: No employee of the company, regardless of his position, may accept gifts, entertainment, or favors from our suppliers or potential suppliers, either directly or indirectly. Exceptions are permitted within the bounds of good judgment only in the case or ordinary social amenities or circumstances involving normal sales promotion, advertising or publicity not reasonably intended to influence business decision or imply obligation. WestPoint has always enjoyed an unusually satisfactory relationship with its suppliers, local mill officials said. "This relationship has been mutually beneficial and has been characterized by fairness, cooperation, quality service and a high degree of honesty and integrity. We are grateful for your contribution toward maintaining tins good supplier relationship through the years." TG&Y will sell Household International The TG&Y Stores Co. intends to sell its merchandising division of Household International that includes the stores in Oklahoma City, the firm’s president says. Richard C. Rusthoven said Tuesday the sale will benefit the chain and its customers. Rusthoven said Household International would be sold to a group of investors for cash and $125 million in subordinated notes. Household International would own IO percent of Hie acquiring company. The merchandising subsidiary includes 729 TG&Y stores, 1,800 Ben Franklin stores, 181 Vons West Coast supermarkets and 1,040 franchise hardware stores in 26 states with more than 28,(HK) employees. Rusthoven said the sale is "a very positive and stabilizing move for TG&Y." Household International said the agreement was signed with Donald, Lufkin & Jenrette and Fox Meyer Corp Boger E. Stangeland, chief executive of Vons, is scheduled to become chief executive of the new corporation which will be headquartered in Chicago. Comal Office chosen as Aerial Views distributor Comal Office Products, Inc., at 265 VV San Antonio, has been selected to be a distributor of Aerial Views of America, Inc., of San Antonio. The company specializes in aerial photography of all kinds. Comal joins a network of AVA distributors in Seguin, San Marcos, Lockhart, Luling, Bastrop, Smithville Georgetown, Roundrock and Austin Despite rain, bidding on bulls brisk A steady rain and flood warnings did not hinder the active bidding for Hereford bulls at the Clyde Johnson and Sons sale. First bull, a Pacesetter son, sold for $5,000 to Jessie Heliums, Sisterdale Valley Ranch. Several of the leading Hereford breeders rn South Texas were active bidders for the high indexing son of Pacesetter, the two time Denver Champion. Second Pacesetter son went to J.D. Schmidt Hereford Ranch, Hondo for $3,000. James Johnston Ranch, Pearsall, purchased one bull for $3,500 and another one for $3,000. Major bull buyers were Eduardo (iarza, Nuevo I.aredo, with 6 bulls for $1,900; M E. O’Conner, Victoria — 4 bulls for $8,000; Gary Schmidt, Mason — 6 bulls for $5,200; Atascosa Livestock, Pleasanton 4 bulls for $4,000; Pierce Ranch, Wimberly I bull for $1,650. The 15 Clyde Johnson and Son bulls sold for $28,550 to average $1,900 The nine Jack Ebeling bulls sold for $14,805 to average $1,645. The four I .ago Vista consigned bulls averaged $1,050. Major female buyers were Beverly Brewer, Kingsbury; Henefey J IL Ranch, Spring Branch; Gary Schmidt, Mason and Rodgers Hereford Ranch, Luling. Textile Bill letter response very good President Reagan has received 139,047 letters from WestPoint Pepperell’s employees and friends as a result of a request made by JI. linier, Jr., Chairman and CEO, in a memo to employees dated Aug. 2 ‘You have overwhelmingly responded to this request,” lamer said in a memo to WestPoint Pepperell people dated Oct 18 Lanier originally asked all WestPoint people to join him in a massive letter-writing campaign urging President Reagan to act so that the flood of imports from low- wage countries would be reduced He asked everyone employed by WestPoint to write one letter, and be responsible for four additional letters from relatives, friends and neighbors. Our goal, based on this request, was 90,730 letters," a spokesman said THANKS To Everyone Who Helped the LGBA Clean-Up the Guadalupe River - Especially our Sponsors Lower Guadalupe Bus Assoc Pepsi N B Pastes & Recreation Big Bend River Tours Coleman Company Amla s Catering Old Gruene Gin Gristmill Ropeway Inn KM0L T V Priest Heights Owners Assoc The Movie House River Spoils Canyon Lake Marina The Summit! Perception Canyon Print & Copy Sattier Garden Center Achilles Raft Co Heidiebutg Lodges Holiday inn Tube Haus Faust Hotel McOonaid s Lazy L&L Jack-In-The-Box Stratford House Inns Schiotzsky s Little Ponderosa Church s Fried Chicken Texas Commerce Bank Wnat-A Burger N B Savings & Loan Texas Fire Cate Budweiser Dominos Pizza Wholesale Beer Inc Comal County Sanitation Kroger Wood Sanitation H E B Country Boy Market Divines Canyon Lake Ice Hole Times Guardian River Recreation Assoc of Tex N 0 Herald Zeitung Ellen Posey & Staff Comai Broadcasting Betty Wails & Staff N B Chamber of Commerce Don Winner Canyon Lake Chamber of Mike Michaiec Commerce Steve Weizich Mountain View Chas & Phyllis Brenda. David & Kids We Need & Appreciate YOUR Support • See You Next Year People who like convenience like guise A Texas Commerce customer w ith a PULSE Card can bank any hour of any day — here or at thousands of PULSE locations across Texas. On the way to catch that early morning flight, in an emergency ... or in your jogging shorts if you like! PULSE is especially practical for college students and people who work away from New Braunfels. PULSE makes a number of banking functions much more convenient (including w ith drawing up to $300,00 cash a day). THE MIMI BANK z'z J ’ J ! c.R x • wi hp Am : I. GET FULL DETAILS AND YOUR PULSE CARD IN OUR NEW LOBBY TODAY. USE YOUR PULSE CARD TOMORROW! Member FDIC Since 1881 625-7541 Texas Commerce Bank Working for your success New BraunfelsClassy opening Classy Cleaners, locater! in the Courtyard Shopping Center, held its ribbon cutting Oct. 19, with a very special guest helping in the festivities Pictured, New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce president John Duster watches as Mayor Barbara Lest IF KRIEWALDT Mf SALO ZEITLIN! Tieken and actor Sherman Hemsley (better known as television's George Jefferson) cut the ribbon for the new business. iistoric map Jim Broaddus, district manager for Mountain Graphics, displays a map of Galveston Island, similar to a Sesquicentennial map to be drawn of New Braunfels by his company The map *La a.    killVAJ    Pf Si lf lf lisufc WALD* HERAZO/FITUNG Sesquicentennial Committee and will show area businesses and historic landmarks About 6 8,0000 posters will be printed and distributed through local businesses t    A rf * -v* D itto if ft I 4 * f ti V '4^ . -. » * 'O' mT‘ - 4* .« .    -    I    '    '    %    -    J    yn* wi" ;