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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Commerce & Industry Page 8A Herald-Zeitung. New Braunfels. Texas Wednesday. October 7. 1987 Texas Business Today USG plants now A.P. Green Fellow earning worker's comp might have to quit; what then? By MARY SCOTT NABERS Texas Employment Commission Dear Commissioner Nabers: I may have to quit my job due to im health I am on Worker’s Compen sat ion at the present My doctors have stated I may have to change careers, due to the fact that im job has caused the trouble. I am concerned about this for I have five children to be response hie for and the was jobs are. it may take a while to find suitable employment. KB Wichita Falls Dear K B : There are several things you need to know about unemployment insurance in case you have to quit your job First, unless your Worker s Compensation payments are for a permanent, partial disability, you cannot draw unemployment benefits and Worker’s Compensa tion af. the same time. Second, if your doctor requires you to change careers altogether, you should get a written statement from him and give a copy to your employer prior to resigning your job Third, you should be prepared to present a written release for work from your doctor if and when you file for unemployment benefits. The release should specify any physical limitations you might still have Dear Commissioner Nabers: I recently read in the newspaper that you are organizing a statewide business advisory coun oil called the Texas Business Council My boss wants to know how our company can participate in the council Could you give me some details? W R Fort Worth Dear WR: I am creating the Texas Business Council to briong Texas business and state govern ment closer together in the hope that better communication will result in a more efficient working relations I am delighted that your company wishes to participate and am mailing you the necessary forms Any business that wishes to par tieipate should write directly to Texas Business Council. Room (114. TFC Building. Austin. Texas 78778 Sabers represents 316.000 employers throughout Texas lf you have any questions you want answered write her at Texas Business Today. ON Texas K rn p I oy rn ent Co m rn issi o n Building 15th and (’engross Austin. Texas 73778 As a result of a corporate restructuring program, a local industry USG’s industrial lime operation, has received a name change and become part of a new subsidiary company recently effective Sept I. the local plant was one of two I Sci industrial lime plants transferred to the newly form elf APC! Lime Corporation a sui) sidiary of A P Green Refractories Co The AFG Lime Corporation will operate with two manufacturing plants in New Braunfels and in Him ballton. Va., both formerly I SG plants The transfer involves approx I rn at els 240 industrial lime employees rn the two plants The New Braunfels plant has approx mutely 105 employees and 120 per sons are employed at the Kimballton operation The Green Company and the two lime plants were tx»th operated by subsidiary companies of I SG Cor poration. Chicago The Green Company has been a I SG subsidiary since 1%7 However the Green Company is scheduled to become an independent company later this year as a result of a pending spin off by I SG I rider the spin off plan, each USG stockholder will receive a special dividend of the A P Green stock which will then fie traded on a major stin k exchange “Because both businesses are focused on industrial customers significant production and marketing advantages should result. said Robert J Day. USG Corporation chairman and chief executive of fleer The customer hast1 for txith refractories and industrial lime is similar including steel, aluminum, petrochemical and utilities, a Green Company spokesman said Marry J Reeves has been ap pointed executive vice president and general manager of the new AFG Lime Corporation He will have a responsibility for sales and manufae luring at tx»th plants John A Spegeie has Ix-en named vice president Kimballton aerations and w ill direct sales and manufacturing for that faeilitv Canyon Home and Auto to host grand opening Oct. 9, IO • *„«, 'v* fipi'**-.    X    ifT    Mi    1    ‘ V RI    ( i , -• • or •I )i    J .    ' StUOft.-” VP.    M    S    .    i ’ sp- .mn >s x” pua'v.e* at I Se Al    A    sty* SI I AD ll M* H.S. (I. VSS RIMi , /W7IRVED r la Im Ken and Mars Brown unit*- the public to visit their new business din mg an Get 9 and lo grand opening celebration complete with loot prizes, cold drinks snacks balloons and store wide savings, including coupon specials and marked sale items Canyon Home and Auto. formerly Western Auto is on FM 2(*7J in sat tier Departments include hardware automotive, sporting goods, kitchen and household goods toys hand tools, power tools, sewing notions hair care items paint electrical and plumbing supplies appliances and household and Rviler truck rental Business Briefs The Browns also offer Delco bat teries and Uniroyal tires, with moun dog. balancing and tire repair ser vices Canyon Home and \uto is open Monday through Saturday from 8 Ut a in to s p rn and has five full time employees. four of whom live in the Canyon Lake area Two full-time mechanics enable us to handle most any problem, including air condition mg repair and service." said Ken Brown And we turn drums and rotors Ken and Mary Brown native Tex ans. plan to move to Canyon Lake upon the sale of their home in San An tonio Ken is a graduate of Texas \&M I niversity and spent 2<> years working with Texaco 9 years in Brazil and Colombia. South America <2- He is active in the Optimist Club and has recently taken office as I unite nant governor, south Central Texas District zuni' tv which includes the Canyon Lake < iptimist Club “Our hopes are to become a part of the community U>th in business anil socially and emi ly Brown said. ad ding that hts business is a memlier of the Canyon Lake Chamber of Com men e The Browns said they enjoy boating bridge community projects charity work They have three adult daughters and a 10-year-old grand son hen Brown also owns Ken Brown s Tire and Service on North San Pedro in San Antonio and has almost IO years experience in the automotive ami tire field t>25-3122 NAI if * I roe 332 I anda WestPoint Pepperell sells carpet division West Point Pepperell, Inc and Shaw Industries. Inc , have announced an agreement in principle for the sale of West Point’s carpet and rug division assets to shaw No sales price has t>een disclosed The trail sad ion is subject to approval by the laurels of directors of t>oth conv panics, the negotiation of a definitive agreement and the necessary government filings In commenting on the transaction, J I,. I amel Jr chairman and chief executive officers of WestPoint said this move will enable WestPoint to concentrate its efforts on its more profitable textile and apparel lines, and at the same time provide funds for expansion into these areas and for other corporale purposes JU Hunter Junction Village of Gruene New Braunfels. Tx 629-4900 Closed Monday 10-6 Weekdays 10-8 Weekends A&B HEARING AID CENTER Courtyard Shopping Center 201-B IH 35 West - New Braunfels PHONE 629-1561 Inner Ear " may be your answer Mi racle-Ear* TWO VK AH W AHRAX I Y lot* or (iiif-iuiZ* THI HEARING AID ADVERTISE!) 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