New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 1, 1987, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

March 01, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Town horn • frondHfiki-Zettung New Braunfels. Texas Sunday. March 1.1987 • 7A l'„//nr (n\/' rn/ m! )fr*n -t cf HAROLD BONNETT Harold Bonnet! presents Bob Thompson with keys to his new townhome built by Bonnet! in Summerwood Subdivision off Loop 337. Thompson is delighted with townhome living in Summerwood and says it's great for retired people Bonnett has been associated with the building industry since 1952. "Peo pie want a home they can be proud of and at the same time live more carefree with less maintenance and hassle." he said Coleman Jr. named president off company Sheldon C Coleman was elected president and chief operating officer of the Coleman Company Inc last week at the regular quarterly meeting of the company s board of directors The Coleman Company operates a cooler and jug manufacturing facili tv in New Braunfels The new president is 44 anti has been vice president and general manager of Croup One the com pans s largest anti most profitable unit He is known to many friends family ami associates as Sheldon Col eman Jr to distinguish him from his father the chairman who is 85 I see the past present and future of the Coleman Company reflected in this action bv the board the senior Coleman said Sheldon Jr continues our com mn merit to the principles that make the Coleman name stand for quality reliability ami valur As head of (iroup »me he has had a key role in developing our present strength which is >hown bv record sales and sharp!v improved earnings in ittfc Coleman is a diversified Fortune axi company shares of which are ira<ted on the New york Slock Fx (bange It makes a wide line of pro ducts for camping ami outdoor recreation marine sports and borne comfort The company s manufacturing and distr Unit ion facilities are locating in 14 states and eight foreign Countries wbile its sates operations extend Baese Realty closed Saturday Barse Rra'tv im bas arUtoumed that tex ausr of the retirement of some of tfie principal stockholders and tfie pending retirement of others the company will ta* dissolved Hie last day of business at Barse Beatty Im I JKI F Common St was saturday This association of stockholders has ta*en a memorable and profitable one and we have approached the dissolution with care arid request a spokesman said Furthermore ae appreciate the concern and understanding of our friends ami clients ami we thank them for tlwir support Horse bolts at Mardi Gras, injures infant NKW OKI.*: ANS Al* A riderless horse bolted during a pre Mardi liras par ade critically mjur mg a ♦» month old Un Fourteen other people suffered cuts ami bruises in the accident police said The infant Quentin Sanders of suburban Marrero suffered head and internal injuries Friday said doctors at Children s Hospital where he underwent abdominal surgery The accident in Marrero occurred as Carnival headed into its final frenzied weekend leading up to Mar di liras on Tuesday Thousands of revelers packed New Orleans French Quarter and its famed Hour bon Street early today for raucous partying ‘I think the horse just got skittish and when they cut him loose to get on him. he ran away and just went wild,” Jefferaon Parish Sheriff Harry Lee said ifs the first time in my knowledge any horse has bolted like that " Spectators said the horse might have been frightened by a fire engine s atren. sale-* of $ ail 6 million in im Its 1*»6 net income of SIT J million or $2 48 a share was up T I percent from 1*85 Tax law blamed for home resale By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Resales of existing homes and orders for big-ticket durable goods showed major declines in January, with the new tax law drawing much of the blame in both cases Several U S. senators, meanwhile, promised action to aid the financially ailing Farm Credit System as they met Thursday with representatives of leading U S farm groups Sales of existing homes skidded 14 5 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 3.47 million units, according to the National Association of Realtors, a private real estate trade group It was the biggest monthly decline since the association began its survey in 1*68 The decline reflected the new tax law that took effect Jan I, housing analysts said Home-sellers had rushed to close deals in December, when their profits would be subject to lower tax rates, which inflated the sales figures for that month the analysts said Still sales in January were 4 2 percent ahead of a year ago. and association economists said they ex pected further increases in the mon ths ahead as mortgage rates remain relatively low Durable goods orders meanwhile, tumbled 7 5 percent to $102 ll billion in January for the biggest drop in almost seven years despite a huge gain in demand for military equipment the Commerce Department said “The recent tax changes are the most sweeping in history. This year put H&cR Block on your side.”_Hcnrv Bl<xli Sheldon Coleman jr throughout the I nited State** and Canada and into more than loo <8tier nation** Tht* company has reported rec ord H&R BLOCK the income tax people WHI RI MOK! WU KIL ANN I IMT \ Bk .(.LR RI FL’NIX 138 N. CASTELL Open 9 AM 6 PM Weekdays 9-5 Sat Phone 625-3810 ti •TH. aa Cf 0 0 THERE SHOULD BE A FIRST FEDERAL I A ''VS A 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 New Braunfels San Marcos IN YOUR FUTURE J Inn * t bt t a OI! ll s» *(i 1)\ In ti« u |-‘rih i ,ii Tux I !t filiations' y lei * i until \pi ii Kl. ]os? to ppm .uh ton! I btl lr to \ oui pts,', I iuii\ ldUill ltd ii t Ola til Acinuni t| nil ICO iv* tux i ii i-ii;!s ii \ oui p'M, j i iii i t,i hit onu*Tux i etui ii. 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