New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 15, 1991, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

September 15, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 15, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Business Page 10A    Heraki-Zahung, New Braunfels, Texas    Sunday,    September    15,    1991 ComputerLandbusiness briefsUsing good sense Jason and Brenda Goggans, pictured in middle, of the 1800 block of Sunny Brook, show off their new Good Cents Home. They are joined by Jim Ruppel of New Braunfels Utilities, left, and John Lovett, builder. A good Cents Home is one built to perform efficiently with comfortable living temperatures, but low energybills.Mastering shop program Armo Dietert, machinist of Leissner Auto Parts, Inc. recently completed NAPA Master Machine Shop Program, offered by DANA Corp. Each shop must meet certain requirements before qualifying for the Master Shop Program. A NAPA machine shop consultant visits the shop and rates the shop’s interior and exterior, personnel, equipment and marketing plans. (Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder) A viewing donation Allstate recently donated microfiche machines to Teen Connection for educational purposes. Pictured from left, Rena Udkler of Teen Connection; Mike Flowers of Allstate and Liz Wiederstein, business manager at Teen Connection. (Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder) Insured Certificates ' cf Deposit SS,OOO minimum $5,000 minimum $5,000 minimum $5,000 minimum deposit deposit deposit deposit Stop in or call today for all the details. Stan Cunningham 1000 N. Walnut, Suite A 629-0055 SEGUIN MACHINING & SUPPLY 7050 Bus. Hwy. 123 South Seguin, Texas 78155 379-0727 FAX 379-0728 Federally insured up to $100,000. CDs available from institutions nationwide. Issuer information available on request. May be subject to interest penalty for early withdrawal. Effective 09/11/91. Subject to availability. Simple interest. Specializing In Industrial Machining Welding, Oilfield And Farm Repcir Edward D. Jones & Go.* ★    boring    *    Metalizing *    Milling    n    Mig Welding it    Drilling    it    Plasma Cutting it    Tapping    ★    Sandblasting it Threading it Cutting KeywaysSpecial Parts & Assemblies Per Customer Sample or Specification ★ Flanges    it    Pings it Bushings    it    Fixtures it Sleeves    *    Conveyer Rolls * Brackets    *    Pollers it Pins    it    Machine Shafts it Gears    n    Prototypes Monday-Fnday / 30a m.-4 GO p m.A trip to Sea World Patricia Gajewski, left, of New Braunfels recently won a pass to Sea World from the Mill Store Plaza. Also pictured is Melissa C. Krause of the Mill Store. Seminars set An introductory seminar for anyone interested in using computers are scheduled for the month of September by the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. The training is designed to take par-ucipants through activities common in recordkeeping programs. The seminar will demonstrate easy-to-use software for financial management on personal computers. All courses begin at 8:30 a.m. and end at 5 p.m. The first course, Computerized Financial Recordkeeping is Sept. 16 ai the Travis County extension office, 1600-B Smith Rd. in Austin. The second course is Electronic Spreadsheets and Their Use in Agriculture, ll will be Sept. 17-18 at the South Central Texas Regional Training Center, HcmisFair Park, Building 227, in San Antonio. Computerized Financial Recordkeeping is the topic of the third course Sept. 19 al lite Guadalupe County extension office, 210 E Live Oak in Seguin. The fourth course is Sept. 20 at the Bexar County extern si on office, 1143 Coliseum Rd. in San Antonio. Stifel, Nicolaus & Company, Inc Is Pleased To Announce The Opening Of Its 57th Office In The Hill Country Of Texas Give Investment Executive Chuck Teeter An Opportunity To Assist Yru With Your Investment Needs! ic,r■■■■■■■ ■" 1 i.--—-  j r .alfa,,.,    * 11 *lUm —» — Save up to *800 with the Macintosh Right Now Rebate.' Just buy an Apple' Macintosh* list S/80 computer' with either Apple Personal l.aserWriter* printer and get an $800 rebate Purchase a Macintosh Ii: computer will) an Apple StyleWriter* printer or Personal LaserWriter LS and a 12 or 13 Apple color monitor and get a $3S0 rebate Or buy a Macintosh Classic* 2/40 computer with a StyleWriter or Personal LaserWriter LS and get a $ 12S rebate So don’t wait Come in and get lite right computer with lite nglit rebate, rigid now. Certificates Of Deposit, U.S. Government Guaranteed Bonds, Tax Exempt Bonds, Mutual Funds, Common Stock, Annuities, And Life Insurance.St if el. Nicolaus Members NYSE And SIRO    & Company, ItlC. 225 N. Seguin Avenue — New Braunfels, Texas Auit-on/id I A-tlt-i For more information call local extension offices. New Braunfels (512) 620-1066 Seguin (512) 372-3417 San Marcos (512) 392-5896 IS (WI A(i|’l' Compute'! Im Ain’1, ii* tyi* Ifl#" ItN'iWrm i Ma mw kl, suMtnui in ivgiNWr»\J (r*S*tn4rt.Mil /^>l< Confuter Ilk < I tack    Compute*    Ilk Hight Sin Mali is t trakiiiifi til I tklljMlU'! Ilk ;

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