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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 6, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Business ./    ti Sunday, October 6, 1991_ Herald-Zt/fung, New Braunfels, Texas    Page    11A Bridal experts Local experts will participate in the Dillard's Rolling Oaks Mall Bridal Fair slated for Saturday, Oct. 12 from 1-4 p.m. Participating locally are, Standing from left, Connie Worley of Celebrations; Greg Wagner of Wagner Haus Photography; Pollee Seaman of Dillards; sitting from left, Kyra Brandt of Comal Flower Shop and Beth Walsh of Dillards. (Photo by Annexes Schlickenrieder) Defensive —  Driving Classes Saturday and Evening Classes Available Classes held at Holiday Inn Monday ft Tuesday, October 7 ft 8 6:00-10:00 Saturday, October 26 8:00-5:00 Safety FirRt 333-3^33 SEGUIN MACHINING a SUPPLY' 705C Bus. Hwy. 123 South Seguin, Texas 7815b 379-0727 FAX 379-0728 Specializing In Industrial Machining, Welding, Oilfield And Farm Repair * bering * Milling it Drilling it Tapping it Threading it Metalizing it Mig Welding it Plasma Cutting it Sandblasting n Cutting Keyways Special Parts & Assemblies Per Customer Sample or Specification it Flanges it Bushings it Sleeves it Brackets it Pins it Gears it Pings it Fixtures ■k Conveyor Polls it Pollers it Machine Shafts n Prototypes Monday-Fnday / 30 a.m. -4 OO p m. Building permits The city of New Braunfels in September issued 112 building permits for construction valued at $1.113 million. Categories and project values were: IO single family residences, $649,500; nine residential additions/alterations, $126,150; one carport, $910; five commerical additions/alterations, $168,000; one mobile home placement; three storage buildings, $2,214; and 83 miscellaneous, such as reroofing, sidewalks, fences, etc., $166,490. No permits for new commercial construction were issued last month. In August, the city issued 133 building permits valued at $1,174 million, including seven single-family residences totaling $606,000. Building permits recently were issued in the city of New Braunfels to property owners for the following work and dollar value of the project: • Surfenberg, 370 Lincoln, demolish IO units and remodel 70 units, $120,000. • Leonard Powell, 1208 Gardenia, rcroof, $1,500. • Kenny Brucks, 1246 Hollyhock, reroof, $1,950. • Slifel Nicolaus, 205-225 N. Seguin, sign placement, $400. • Sidney Arnold, 545 Wood Road, reroof, $1,500. • Rev. Friedrich Rest, 827 W. Mcr-riwcather, replace asphalt drive with concrete, $1,500. • Mrs. N.L. Stephens, 1650 Old Marion Road, reroof, $2,600. • Jerry Fernandes, 920 Eagles Nest, residence with six-foot privacy fence (2,121 square feet of living space, 739 other), $70,000. • • Bernie Bowden, 1289 W. San Antonio, removal of underground storage tank. • Martin Franz, 1326 Tulip, rcroof, $2,100. • Robert Rodriguez, 1520 Cross, 392-square-foot addition to residence, roof and interior repairs, basketball slab, $15,000. • Antonio Amaro, 219 Seguin, reroof, $3,500. • George Mass, 54 Mission, convert garage into workshop, $5,500. • Alex Alongi, 310 Wood, replace wood fence with chain link, $365. • David Meckel, 1547 Devin, residence with four-foot chain link fence (1,647 square feet, 475 other), $66,000. • Mrs. Altagracia, 540 South, repair tin roof, $400. • Louis Koenig, 664 W. Merri-weather, enclose existing patio, $1,000. • Billy L. McDonald, 1646 Devin, residence with six-foot privacy fence (1,752 square feet, 689 other), $60,000. • Cicslicki, 901 McGar, replace sidewalk around home, $850. • Bill Cobb, 245 Washington, driveway and carport slab, $1,825. • M.K. Bercaw Jr., 1203 River Acres, 14-by-14 deck and stepping stones, $1,000. • Juanita Morales, 283 McGaugh, rcroof, $1,000. • Oma’s, 541 Highway 46 South, floor work, $200. • James VV. Culpepper, 872 Josephine, remodel bathroom, $1,500. • S&R Gun, Highway 81 north of Loop 337, sign placement, $100. • Leroy Brehm, 1245 Hillcrest, rcroof, $1,500. • Patly and Gary Baker, 1511 Camellia, rcroof, $ 1,600. • RR New Braunfels, 651 Highway 81 East Suite 650, tenant finish out, $5,400. • Schubert, 1459 Camellia, reroof, $1,600. • Ed Boife, 1339 Wald, mobile home placement. • Alan Schriever, 933 Highway HI West, rcroof, $2,000. • Ruth Bowers, 887 Cross, 16-by-12 carport, $900. Estate seminar There will be an Estate Planning Seminar at the New Braunfels Civic Center Oct. 17 at 6:30 pm. The wealth that results from a lifetime of hard work deserves to be protected. Attend this free seminar and find out what you can do lo protect your estate. Wills, probate, guardianships, directive to physicians, trusts under will, durable power of attorney, living trusts, estate tax considerations and other estate planning topics will be presented. Presenting the seminar will be: David Lamon, attorney with Reagan, Burrus, Dierksen. Lamon & Bluntzer; Dennis Heitkamp, vice president and trust officer for Texas Commerce Bank—New Braunfels; and Rick Reed, C.P.A. fat R.C. Reed & Company, P.C. PRODUCTS THAT SOUND EVEN BETTER THAN CD’S. As a source of income, CD's may no longer be the wisest investment. Lutheran Brotherhood, a fraternal benefit society offers several alternatives that compare favorably. And we can suggest one or more that best suit your needs. lo learn more, call me today What we have to tell you could be music to your ears. Stop by your N£W local office Greg Gunderson LUTCF 358 Lands, Sulfa AA New Braunfels, TX 78130 620-0131 LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD A family of f m m i J V*fvk et Uh I utht-rans 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 You With Your Investment Needs! Certificates Of Deposit, U.S. Government Guaranteed Bonds, Tax Exempt Bonds, Mutual Funds, Common Stock, Annuities, And Life Insurance. Our 10Ut Year In I Bdl Members NYSE And SIPC Stifel. Nicolaus fi Comps ny§ Inc. 225 N. Seguin Avenue —* New BraMnfels. Texas New Braunfels (512) 620-1066 Seguin (512) 372-2417 San Marcoa (512) 392-5806 Business briefs X* Victoria Bank looks at customer base T.L. Walker is regional director of Victoria Bank and Trust. (Photo fcy Robert Stewart)    h Ii i ti* Acquisitions that were a result of New Braunfels Savings and Loan and failures include Canyon Lake Bank, the two recent acquisitions. Walker First National Bank of San Marcos, said. ROD DAVIS    4 Registered Representative 625-5208 J a MAYO AND MORRIS INVESTMENTS OF NEW BRAUNFELD i* Stocks • Mutual Funds • Tax-Free Investing • Options    », General Securities Offered Through Broker's Transactions    -J Services, Inc., Dallas, Texas Member N.A.S.D.. S.I.P.C. By ROBERT STEWART Staff Writer Victoria Bank and Trust of New Braunfels will maintain operations in New Braunfels only at it’s Walnut location and the downtown drive-in facility for now, said Ti-. Walker, regional director. The bank recently lode over the deposits of two failed institutions in the area, First Federal Savings and Executive Banc. Currently, Victoria Bank is conducting business at the main office at 1000 N. Walnut Ave. and a drive-in banking location downtown on Mill St. “Our first priority has got to be service to our present customer base,” Walker said. Victoria Bank has been open in New Braunfels since 1975. The Walnut Avenue building was expanded and remodeled in 1984, he said. The bank will look at growth patterns and customer base to plan for future ways to serve the community. “We have had a conservative philosophy and that’s what has made our company a survivor,” he said. “We did make a commitment in this community.” Traditionally, Victoria Bank has operated in smaller communities, avoiding major metropolitan areas. Victoria Bank has been Texas-owned and operated throughout its 116-ycar history. Customers of Victoria Bank are able to access banking services at any of the bank’s locations in 25 communities throughout South Central Texas. “We’re not in the big cities,” Walker said. “All of our banks arc community banks. The biggest town we’re in is Victoria and in a lot of ways it’s a small town compared to New Braunfels. It has a larger population but the characteristics of your customer is more diversified here than it is in Victoria.” Victoria Banksharcs bought New Braunfels National Bank in 1982, Walker said. The New Braunfels National Bank name was retained until 1989, he said. The New Braunfels National sale was not a result ol failure, bul rather was^BSt for sale, he said. Marketed by Jeff A. Mund 1000 N. Walnut Suite E New Braunfels, Tx 78130 625-2368 * underwritten by Philidelphia American Life Eden Home contribution Arthur Darling, second from left, presents a check to the Rev. Rodney Wells, executive director of Eden Home and Merritt Schumann, president of the board of directors of Eden Home. T.L. Walker, of Victoria Bank and Trust is pictured far left. Darling, former president of First Federal Savings and Loan, was instrumental in some conversion phases of the transition from FFSL to Victoria Bank and Trust. In lieu of compensation, Darling requested that a contribution be made to Eden Home. McKenna Plan Now available to groups w» of 3 or more! ;