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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Business briefsTunstall named Conklin group manager MINNEAPOLIS, MN. - Claude J. Tunstall has been appointed group manager of the Conklin Company, a Minneapolis-based manufacturer of agricultural, building and consumer products. Claude and his wife, Maidee, live at Route I, Lu Ann Drive in New Braunfels. As one of more than 3,800 group managers and more than 38,000 independent Conklin distributors, he has helped build the company and will share its returns. With approximately $58 million in sales in 1984, Conklin returned approximately $10 million in com missions to independent feilds managers and in bonuses to distributors. Conklin Company manufactures roofing and coating materials, cleaning, lubricant and conditioning products, agricultural chemicals and on-farm alcohol and feed plants which are distributed through a franchise network of independent distributors.Muse begins service to San Antonio SAN ANTONIO — Muse Air began service to San Antonio Saturday. The San Antonio service includes non-stoD flights to Houston and Los Angeles, one-stop service to New Orleans and direct sendee to Tampa- St. Petersberg and Orlando, Florida. Connecting service at Houston is available to Brownsville-South Padre Island, Midland-Odessa and McAllen. Through July 31, the one-way fare to Houston is $49-$34 peak-off-peak, and the one-way fare to I .os Angeles is $109-$99 peak-off-peak, with a free upgrade to Muse Air’s Preferred Class on first-come, first-served basis. To introduce the direct service to Florida, the airline is offering a oneway fare of $109, based on a 14-day advance purchase, from San Antonio to either Tampa-St. Petersberg or Orlando. The Muse Air ticket counter in San Antonio is adjacent the Southwest Airlines counter in the new terminal. Muse Air uses gate 7. The reservations number is (512) 223-2828.Chipman visits local Association of Realtors Guy Chipman, Jr., as part of the Texas Association of Realtors educational program is traveling the state conducting seminars to introduce the new real estate earnest money contracts. “These contracts will become mandatory for all real estate licensees after August I,” explained Chipman, Chairman of the Board of Guy Chipman Co., Realtors. “The changes which are to protect all parties involved and facilitate real estate transactions for our clients. We have combined several contracts into one form for better understanding.” Chipman visited the New Braunfels Board of Realtors, July 10th. Chipman has served as a teaching member of TAR since 1963 and was the President of this 55,000 member organization in 1983. His IO offices serve the Boerne, San Antonio, and Universal City area with residential, commercial, property management, new home marketing, farm and ranch corporate relocation.B-L Distributing opens store here Arvin Brehm of New Braunfels and Director Lorenzen of San Antonio have opened B & L Distributing at 1270 West San Antonio Street here in New Braunfels. They specialize in floor tile sales and handle retail and trade sales with product lines from all over the world. According to Mr. Brehm, B & L distributing will also be a satellite showroom for Houston Brick and Tile Company. B Se L Distributing will handle glazed and unglazed floor tile, quarry tile, Saltillo, terrazzo, marble, patio tile, brick pavers and custom cabinets. Design consultation will also be available. Representatives from B St L will be in the field covering Austin to Brownsville. The showroom will be open Monday through Friday, 8 a m. to 2 p.m Heart of Gold program initiated Edward D. Jones & Co. is sponsoring the New Braunfels Edward D. Jones Sr. Heart of Gold Award. This award is dedicated to the special person in New Braunfels who has given of himself or herself in performing invaluable community service. Edward D Jones Sr., founder of Edward D. Jones & Co. in 1871. was a strong beliver in making life better for America. That concern was reflected in his strong support of his community At one time, he served on as many as 22 different boards of directors in addition to managing his company, It is in recognition of this kind of community service that the Heart of Gold Award is being dedicated to Edward I). Jones Sr. Edward D. Jones & Co. is calling on the citizens of New Braunfels to help in its search for a person with a Heart of Gold. Fellow community members may nominate individuals they feel are deserving of this award. However, the award is given for service or good deeds not monetary contributions or donations. In addition. there is no age requirement. Entry forms can be found at the New Braunfels Edward D. Jones A Co. office at 1000 N. Walnut, Suite F, New Braunfels, Texas. A panel of judges made up of New Brunfels citizens will consider the nominations, compare their qualifications and make the final selection. Panel members will be announced at a later date. The winner will be named during the Edward D. Jones A Co. Founder’s Day celebration in the fall. That special person wiEdward D. Jones Sr. Heart of Gold plaque. Heart of Gold winners from all over the United States will go on to compete in the Edward D. Jones Sr. Heart of Gold national award competition. The winner will be announced in January 1986. John Bachmann, Edward D. Jones A Co.’s manager partner will present the national winner with the Edward D. Jones Sr. Heart of Gold Gold Award. Deadline for entry is August 15. For entry forms or additional information. call Stan Cunningham, the local Edward D. Jones A Co. representative at 629-0055. Chovanec named LCRA community relations manager AUSTIN-Don Chovanec of I .a Grange has been named manager of Customer and Community Relations for the Lower Colorado River Authority, according to General Manager Elof H. Soderberg. Chovanec’s promotion to this new LCRA department is effective August 1st. and will be the final step in structuring the rivers authority's recently created Public Affairs Department Chovanec. 34. will be to office in I .a Grange at least for another year, according to the Public Affairs Director Tom Purdum Other departments include under Public Affairs are Public Information and Governmental Affairs. Purdum said Chovanec’s responsibilities include the development and implementation of programs and projects that will aid customers and communities in the 41-county service area of LCRA. Chovanec is a native of l.a Grange and has been an active civic leader for a number of years. He is currently president of the Fayette County Industrial Development Corporation, and immediate past president of Iai Grange Industrial Development Corporation Chovanec was the key person in organizing both groups Chovanec is also president of the Fayette County Agricultural Development Corporation and chairman of the Fayette Economic Development Committee. He is a past president of the I .a Grange Chamber of Commerce, served over six years on the I .a Grange City Council, and is currently first u<*e-president of the Fayette County Independent Cattleman’s Association. An Open Letted to local Residents:H.E. 8 names assistant ^ L? HELP1-* Ka* isti us been named as the new ,» >«s'> ' n t >|i*r manage' trainee to' M t B a •'« a it ^eipmq the assistant produce manager Tony Tasto Pictured Tasto and Sebast ar 'ook over the produce section at the NeA Braunfels store 10.2 % AT Et T breakup causes problems for customers ISH I NOTO N Apt - A new mn lent analysts concludes that •reed breakup of Al AT, com-i w »th federal policies, is causing asing headaches tor some hone customers while cooling to the foreign trade deficit e report, issued Wednesday by Commerce Department s jnal Telecommunications and illation Administration, calls for course corrections in the rel ent ructuring of the nation s ihone industry asks the Federal Com-ccations Commission to crack ti on service problems and delays istallation which ‘ evidently are to the inability or unwillingness’ rmer Bell System companies “to rad effectively and smoothly MI reasonable steps are required nsure that quality of service and ^naiveness are restored to the /iou* levels for which the former erlcan telephone system jrvedly was famous,'' the report I he study suggests the Y Ct efully police and monitor posed long-distance rate uctlons by ATAI until September I when the system of tangence competition known as equal ess is supposed to be in place. he study said FCC policies and breakup of the Bell System liave tributed to record US. trade id ta in communications. Foreign manufactuers can sell equipment in the United States while ther nations maintain barriers to M*ep out American equipment. FCC iUle* limit the amount of '(imputer intelligence that can be built into the phone system. Such rules helped create an import market for smart'' telephone equipment from overseas for use in a customer's office, the report said. Local telephone companies are forbidden to manufacture equipment. The policy review said the seven egional companies created by the breakup of ATAI should be allowed o compete overseas. It reconunends, at least for now, keeping local telephone companies out of the long-distance business and continuing the ban on manufacturing At the consumer level, the report also said customers would be better off paying for each telephone call rather than paying a monthly flat* rate for unlimited local phone service. The billing method, called “local measured service,” has been rejected by public utility commissions in many states and is bitterly opposed by consumer groups who say It unloads costs on residential customers. Under such service, charges for local phone calls are determined by time and distance instead of charging a flat monthly rate. Waco** oatt J 'J is 9.45 o/q 8.75 o/o IRA |«(j MOG* Btfiire neni Plant 11.25% i — i* ■ a • * Cuff en! name is available through your local Edward 0 Jones Broker * ••federal regulations reauire a substantial interest penalty (or early withdraw! Stan Cunningham 1000 N. Walnut Suite F New Braunfela, Tx. 78130 629-0055 UM* aKv^HM V«WIVr »—«<■«» OWW* ox bs?Ssf    sd Vs, * J* rnrs*-SL'iftSU-“ri,"£ea rhu LL a'Kl    ttoir K ‘/e “nd ’ alu ay* ge *j about being) \ apay P . 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