New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 28, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
BusinessPage 10A Herald-Ze/fung, New Braunfels, Texas Sunday, July 28, 1991
SEGUIN MACHINING & SUPPLY
7050Bus. Hwy. 123 South Seguin. Texas 78155
379-0727 FAX 379-0728
Specializing In Industrial Machining, Welding, Oilfield And Farm Repair
* Boring it Kyanizing
it Miffing * Mg Welding
a Drilling n Plasma Cutting
a lapping * Sandblasting
* threading n Cutting Keyways
Special Parts & Assemblies Pe' Customer Sample or Specification
* flanges it Rings
* 8us/nngs * fixtures
* Sleeves * Corneter Rots
a Brackets * Rollers
* Pms * Macrune Shafts
a Gears a holotypes
Monday Ii,day / 30a rn 4 00pm
AC cleaning shop opens
Interior Environmental Services, owned and operated by Rolf Moore, will open this week in New Braunfels.
Services offered will be the cleaning air conditioner duct systems and the sterilizing of those systems.
According to Moore, New Braunfels systems can become clogged with dust and high concentrations of pollen. He said with specially-designed equipment his company can clean IOO percent of the duct work. He said all of his equipment has high efficient filters.
For more information call Moore at 629-4161.
DRIPPING SPRINGS — The Hays County Extension office and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department arc co-sponsoring a program for Hill Country landowners concerning the Endangered Species Act and how it affects management goals and plans for Hill Country landowners. The program is slated for 7 p.m. July 30 at the Dripping Springs High School cafeteria. The high school is located about I mile west of Dripping Springs on Highway 290.
A panel of speakers from several different agencies will outline their policies and responsibilities as set forth under the act. The agencies participating in the program arc the Soil Observation Service, Agricultural Conservation and Stabilization Service, Federal Fish and Wildlife Service, Resource Protection Division and the Private Lands Enhancement program from the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department
Airline's free fare
DALLAS — Southwest Airlines said Friday it will offer a free com* ponton fare for the last four months of the year
The fare expands Southwest’* summertime kid-fly-frcc promotion and is a sign the airline has adjusted its fall booking expectations downward
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DAIL AS (AP) — The government thrift bailout agency sold 45 of the 68 branches of Southwest Federal Savings Association Friday and decided to pay depositors of thereat Temple-Inland Inc* the Diboll* based forest products company that was the biggest buyer of Texas thrifts last year, bought the South west branches in IU largest acquisition of IWL The company’s Dallas based thrift. Guaranty Federal Savings Hank, will take eight of the branches The other 38 will go to »u Kilgore Federal Savings and lxNtft of Kilgore.
“I would characterize this as a big step toward the size we want to he Hoi are we finished? Not necessarily,“ caul David Dolhrn, Temple Inland's chief accounting of fleer
The company heat nine others for Southwest, which had assets of 13 9 billion on June 30 and was one of the largest unresolved thrift failures in Texas Deposits totaled about 13 billion The Resol ut ion Trust Corp will help the transaction by advancing ll 47 billion to the Temple tnt**! thrifts and retaining ahum $3 75 billion of Southwest s assets for tater tale The Southwest failure will cost taxpayers $677 nuliiun, the RIC estimated The sale and closing of South west s branches it cine of the most complex deals structured by the KTC in Texas, agency spukeswo man Teresa Mdiix said Twemy-iwo Southwest branches m West Texas will be closed, eliminating HO jobs The RIC will pay about $961 million lo the holders of ahum 57,UUU Ypusit accounts in those branches The branches to be closed are rn Abilene, Alpine, Amarillo, Ballot ger Big Spring, Canyon, Colorado City, Fort Stockton, Hamlin, Levelland, Lubbock, Midland, Odessa, Panhandle, San Angelo and Sweetwater Guaranty Federal will take con uol of Southwest *s Reston Center branch rn Dallas, the Scassney. Commodore, Windsor, Shoal Creek and Northgate branches in Austin, the Northwoods Park branch in Humaun and the branch ut Navasota
Those branches have deputies uf $344 million
TDA supports controls
The Texas Dental Association supports the new HIV Hepatitis B infection control guidelines for health care workers recently released by the Centers for Discase Control. CDC published the guidelines in its July 12, 1991 Morbidity and Mortality Report.
“We concur with the American Dental Association’s position of agreement with these guidelines,” said Joe W. Christina, DDS and TDA president.
The ADA and TDA agree with the Center that all healthcare workers should adhere to universal precautions and continue to believe in their effectiveness in preventing the trans mission of infectious discases.
Bob and Joanna Schima. owners and operators of Henne Hardware, located in Downtown New Braunfels, have taken advantage of some empty window space in a vacant building across the street from their business to ’dress up" downtown. They have placed stove and paint displays rn the windows to show ’Downtown is alive" The building will be the future home of the New Braunfels Art League once enough money is raised to perform some needed repairs (Photo by Stephanie Ferguson)
25 years of service
From left Jack Krueger vee president of Don Maxwell Chevrolet and Don Maxwell, right, prescient present Paul Schung service director, with a 25 year service plaque
Comal Flower Shop was recently awarded membership in Teleflora s Golden Dove Club and received a clock and letter of congratulations This is the second year Comal Flower has attained the honor of being one of the top 500 florists nationwide. Owner Kyra Brandt, pictured second from right, is president of the Central Texas Unit of Teleflora and serves as one of eight board members of the National Product Advisory Board Also pictured are employees, from left, Jodie
Moreno, Susan Simmons, Traci Westbrook
cr, in reporting the company’s second quancr performance earlier this week. cited die kids fly-free promotion for strengthening summer bookings
But the promotion resulted in lower than normal revenue growth for the quancr. Kcllchcr forecast similar conditions for the rest of the year.
Southwest, like all carriers, has been weakened by recession-induced low demand for air travel. The airline continues to be one of the few profitable carriers, however, earning $2 4
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million in the first six months of die year.
The new promotion allows any cus tomcr 18 or older who pays a full fare to take along a friend or family mem ber of any age for free.
Tickets apply to travel between Sept. 5 and Jan 6, 1992 with the exception of the Thanksgiving holiday time. They must be bought by CXI 31 arui reservations are required at least a day before departure.
Flight changes arc not permissible but the full fare ticket is refundable Seats are limited, the airline said.
Bee* Nowoiny owner of San ta Fe Snop located on West San Antonio Street gets tom* help Rom Maynard Ivy. Greater New Braunfels Onamoor on Commerce cnavman ai me recent grand opening of the •hop
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