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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas hosts seminar for CPAs, fees benefit ComfundCompany Certified public accountants from the Central Texas area attending a Dec 8 continuing education seminar for CPAs hosted by Stan Cunningham. the New Braunfels Edward D. Jones & Co investment represen- ByCAROL ANN AVERY Correspondent Happy birthday to Anne Kerkove, she will be 4 today Anne is the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. Glenn Knickerbocker ***** tative The seminar included Judy Kovacs Long, licensed professional counselor in New Braunfels and San Antonio, whose discussion focused on the nature, causes and symptoms ofTrotline Winded P. Breding. Ruby D Stonek ing and Mr and Mrs Frank Kron ***** lf you have items of interest for the Trotline. please call me at 625-9144 or bring by the Herald Zeitung offices at 707LandaSt stress and developing some coping techniques for managing stress Also. Bon Lemonds. general partner with Edward I) Jones & Co., discuss ed the fundamentals of investment opportunities presenting themselves in the current economic environment Ken Ward, partner in Lord Abbott & Company, discussed the economy and its effect on the stock and bond market through 1990, and M L. Stemmetz, general partner at Ed ward D Jones & Co (marketing planning for tax professionals) discussed creating a business plan to improve the productivity of CPA practice Mick B re t ho w cr regiona I representative for American Funds Insurance Products division for Texas, discussed the structure, benefits and variations of variable annuities, and David Lamon, New Braunfels lawyer, talked about cur rent estate laws and applications to estate planning for individuals Walter Lynn, vice president Van Kampen Merritt, discussed pro viding timely information on current tax status of municipal bonds, and an overview of the municipal bond in dustry. along with alternatives cur rently available in the market Accountants from New Braunfels, Seguin. Universal City, and Gonzales attended the seminar which was held at the New Braunfels Civic Center All foes collected from local CPAs for the seven hour one day event were donated to the Comal County Com munity Fund This seminar w as one of many that Cunningham provides area CPAs who are required to take at least 40 credit hours of continuing education annually to retain their certification By offering such seminars locally. Cunningham makes obtaining the re quired credits convenient and economical because1 accountants are spared the expense and income nience of traveling to metropolitan areas for seminars In addition, the tuition for Jones’ seminars is one half to one third the tuition of other continuing education seminars Cunningham also offers a series of for credit videotapes They are used in lieu of live speakers during some seminars and are available to accountants who fail to complete their required credit hours until the end of their reporting year 'i’m delighted to tx1 able to provide this service to CPAs in New Braunfels.” said Cunningham The seminars foster a working relation ship that helps each of us serve our customers better " Edward I) Jones & Co . founded in 1871, is based in Maryland Heights Mo on the outskirts of St Louis and with more than I 2oo offices is the largest investment firm in the nation in terms of retail offices The firm s registered representatives sell only conservative investments to in dividual investors in rural and metropolitan areas in IT statesLake Dunlap River Bend Property Owners Association had its regular monthly 1111*01 ing Monday evening Although few attended, items discussed were finances, maintenance and repairs to the swimming pump motors, security and election of new board members. ***** Lake Dunlap Volunteer Fire Departtment reminds residents that warm. dry weather and extremely dry grass make for a dangerous time of year for grass and brush fires Everyone’s help is needed in being careful with burning trash, carelessly tossed cigarettes, welding, etc Any controlled burn should be called into the dispatcher at New Braunfels Fire Department, 620-1144 Controlled burns should not take place during periods of high winds Please tx* careful with Christmas trees and portable heaters, and have a safe holiday ***** Friday night supper at the River Bend Clubhouse w ill bt* fried chicken. $2 .*>0 per plate ***** The regular business meeting of the LOVED Tuesday night was also the annual election of officers New officers are C B Mills, president ll Hanks, vice president. B Roberts, secretary-treasurer DR Roberts, fire chief C D Mills assistant fire chief. T Mills, chaplain, and C A Avery R Mills and Lupe Parade/, directors Jerry Voight's membership ap plication was read for the second time and was accepted Other business included discussion of the New Year s Eve dance to be at River Bend Clubhouse The band. Texas Country, is reported to be ‘ the best country and western band in three counties ” Tickets can be obtained from any of the firefighters The Fire department is looking for a used building suitable for storage Call 629-1244 or 625-7405 Donations made to the LOYED from the River Bend area are Mr and Mrs Robert T Stenberg Mr and Mrs Wallace Stahl Roger Heard. Mr and Mrs Troy T Hanks Sr Mr and Mrs Frank Currier. Mr and Mrs Kurt Wertheim. Mr and Mrs James T Blakey Mr and Mrs Chester Offerman, C Wendell Headrick. Mr and Mrs Walton C Dunbar Mr and Mrs Clarence Bueche, Lucille W lede Mr and Mrs Charles F Anderson. Mr and Mrs Bill Draper Mr and Mrs Raymond Ahrens Mr and Mrs Ralph Blake Mr and Mrs Eugene Kike Mvron A Means. 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