New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 4, 1985, Page 2

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January 04, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Stocks Deaths New Braunfels National Bank MEMBER: VICTORIA BANK SHARES, INC./FPIC ■tffcs you ti littin ti Reflections- "a backward fiance at where we rn Cental Ceanty have baa* Md wbara wa an mw" Sunday Mornings at 9 a.m. Mi KCW,1420 AM, Sunday, January 6, 1985 featuring Encore: John Ruppel (Original ak data 6/5/77) Co-Sponsored by _-New., Braunfels 1000 Noflk Wilnul I oUy Kiwi Munday IhunOiy I ) Intl*, Y-* I),iv* Ihiu Houri iMMdty trimly 7-*, Saturday » I lull Mi*VK* banking your Otpwilt iMurad lo $100 OOO by lh* Inhiil IbpuMI Imurim* I ut potation NATIONAL BANK Stella fcwald Services for Stella Ewald of 1212 Rivererest will be at IO a.m. Saturday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with Dr. Friedrich Rest of New Braunfels officiating. Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Bark Mrs Ewald, 86, died on Thursday, Jan. 3, at Colonial Manor Nursing Home She was born on July 18, 1898 in New Braunfels lo Carl and Mina Harms Werner. She later married Herbert Ewald, who died on Jan. 6, 1960 She was a lifetime resident of New Braunfels and a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ. She also belonged to the Sons of Hermann-Albert Kypfer fridge No. 106 in Clear Springs. Survivors include her daughters, Mrs. Wesley (Minnie) Odell and Ruby Glenewinkel; and son, Reuben Werner, all of New Braunfels; three grandchildren, and three great* grandchildren. 1947, he married Elaine (nee Seman > Simon in California. He was a lifelong resident of New Braunfels, and retired as the county's health ‘inspector. He was also a veteran of World War II, and a member of Elks, Eagles, V.F.W. Post No. 7110, the Knights of Columbus, Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church, gnew Braunfels Volunteer Fire Department, and the Guadalupe Firemen’s and Fire Marshal’s Association. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Elaine Simon of New Braunfels; two daughters, Mrs. Connie Gouge of Austin, and Mrs. Sharon Jarisch of NVEW Braunfels; son, Rodney Simon; sister, Rosalie Simon; and brother, Clarence Simon, all of New Braunfels; and five grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Richard Simon, David Simon, Barry Simon, gscott Simon, Elburn Kanz and Alvin Heinemeyer. Memorials may be given to the Gary Simon Memorial Fund or the American Heart Association. HI KAI I) ( I ASSINI IJS tor a booming garage sale. bi1* <4 .44 Cannon B. Simon Services for Cannon B. Simon of 386 Lockener will be at IO a m. Saturday at Sis. Peter and Paul Catholic Church. Father Patrick Flanagan of New Braunfels will officiator and burial will follow in Sis. Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery A rosary will be recited at 7 tonight at Zoelier Funeral Home, where his remains will lie in state until 1:30 a.m. Saturday. He died at 0:20 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 2, at his residence at the age of 59. The son of Theodore H. and Helga Emma (nee Meckel) Simon, he was bom on June 22, IMO in New Braunfels. On Feb. 16, RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF NEW BRAUNFELS, P A. DIPLOMATES OF IHE AMERICAN BOARD OF RADIOLOGY WILLIAM K. BROWN, M D., Ph. D., WILLEFORD J. STOECKER, M D AND CHARLES W. BROWN, M D. ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THEIR OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF OUTPATIENT DIAGNOSTIC RADIOLOGY, XEROMAMMOGRAPHY, AND ULTRASOUND AT THE WALNUT PROFESSIONAL PARK 731 NORTH WALNUT AVENUE TELEPHONE    SUITE    101 (512) 625-8844    NEW    BRAUNFELS, TEXAS 78130 NEW YORK (AP) -Morning stocks: High Low Last AMR Corp 35% 35% 35% Amer Can 50% 50 50 Ameritech 75% 75% 75% AMI Inc 20 19% 197% Am Motors 4% 3% 4% AmStand 31% 30% 31 Amer T&T 19% 19% 19% Armcolnc IO 9% 9% AtlRichfld 43% 42% 427* BancTexas 4% 4% 4% BellAtlan 79% 79% 79% BellSouth s 337 8 33% 33% Beth Steel 16% 16% 16% Borden 64 63% 64 CaterpTr Centel 31 30% 30% 36% 36% 36% Chevron 30% 30 30% Chrysler 30% 30% 30% CocaCola 62% 62% 62% ComlMetl 16% 16 16 DowChem 27% 27 27% Dressrlnd 18 17% 17% East Kodak 70 69% 69% Enserch s 20% 20% 20% Entexlnc 20% 20% 20% Exxon 44% 44% 44% FedlCo 33% 33% 33% Firestone 16% 16% 16% FtBcpTex FordMot 15% 44% 15% 43% 15% 44 GAF Corp 24% 24% 24% GTE Corp 40% 40% 40% GnDynarn 69% 69 69 GenElec 56% 56 56% Gen Food 54% 94% 54% Gen Motors 76% 75% 75% GnMotr E n 41% 41% 41% Goodrich 27% 27 27 Goodyear 26% 25% 26 Gt \tlPac 15% 15% 15% Haliburtn 27% 27% 27% Holiday Inn 43% 42% 43% Houstlnd 22% 22% 22% HughesTl 13% 12% 13 Interfst 10% 10% 10% IBM 120% 119% 119% Intl ilarv 8% 8 8 Int Paper 52% 52% 52% Jeff Pilot s 39% 39% 39% JohnsJn 35% 35% 35% K mart 34% 34% 34% KrogerCo 39 38% 38% LTV Corp 10% 10% 10% Litton Iud 65% 65% 65% I^neSta Ind 24% 24% 24% MCorp 20% 20% 20% MayDSt s 39% 38% 39 Medtronic 26% 26% 26% Mobil 26% 25% 25% Monsanto s 42% 41% 41% Motorola s 34% 337 8 34 NabiscoBrd 51 50% 51 NYNEX 74% 73% 74 PacifTel 69 NS 68% Penney JC 45% 45% 45% Phelps Dud 13% 13% 13% PhillpsPet 43% 42% 43% Polaroid 26% 26% 26% ProctGamb 56 55% 55% BCA 35% 35% 35% RepBankCp 28% 28 28 Sabine 16% 16 16 Safeway 27% 27% 27% SFeSouPac 25% 25% 25% SearsRoeb 31% 31 31% SheUOil 56% 55% 55% Singer Co * 29% 29% 29% Southern Co 18% 18% 18% Southland 27% 27% 27% SwstBell 69% 68% 69% Sperry Cp StdOillnd 40% 51% 40% 51% 40% 51% StdOilOh 40% 40 40% SunComp 44% 43% 44% TNP Ent 13% 13% 13% Tandy 25% 24% 24% Tenneco 37% 37% 37% Texaco Inc 34% 33% 33% TexComBn 38% 38% 38% TexEastn s 29% 28% 28% Texas Inst 118 117% 118 TexasOGas 17% 17% 17% Tex Util 25% 25% 25% TylerCp Un Carbide 29% 37 29% 36% 29% 36% UnPacCp 40% 40% 40% US Steel 25% 25% 25% USWest 70% 70% 70% UniTel 22 21% 21% Unocal 35% 34% 35 WalMart 38% 38% 38% WestghEl s 25% 25% 25% Xerox Cp 37% 37% 37% ZenithE 19% 18% 18% Stock market sinks again NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market lost more ground today, extending its early-1985 decline. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, down 21.75 points in the first two sessions of the year, dropped 5.96 to 1,183.86 by noontime today. Losers held a 3-2 lead over gainers among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. The news Thursday of a 4.3 percent rise in factory orders during November provided an upbeat signal for production activity in the early stages of 1985. But It stirred little enthusiasm for stocks. The market also drew no apparent benefit from a downturn in interest rates Thursday in the credit markets. Brokers noted that Wall Street was bracing for the Federal Reserve’s weekly report on the money supply, due out after the close. Let’s talk. Information about uour changing telephone service from Doyle Heber. Manager-Community Relations Expense cutting saves millions lf you're like me. you've probably been hearing a lot lately about expense and budget cutting on the national and state levels. Southwestern Bell Telephone is also cutting expenses. These cuts saved the company millions In 1984. Just like on the national and state levels, we know financial health begins by holding down expenses. We're doing that by ensuring every dollar we do spend provides maximum benefit. The buck stops here Heres how we're tightening our belt In TFxas: • reducing our work force — by not hiring behind retirements and other losses. On an annual basis this Is saving us more than 850 million. • mechanizing Jobs and procedures — where there are potential savings and efficiencies. • holding the line on overtime — we’ve cut these expenses by 33 percent since 1983 for a savings in TFxas of 825 million. • renegotiating contracts — with outside office equipment suppliers. Compared to previous contracts, we’re spending 85 million a year less on office supplies and machinery. • reducing customer telephone-line reports — our statewide effort Is paying off. Tblal trouble reports are down 88.000 a month compared to last year. Savings In report processing c osts exc eed 845 million a year. On top of all these measures and others, we’ll take up the spending belt a few more notches in the coming months. Our major operating departments In IFxas have already committed to doing their jobs iii 1985 with a zero budget Increase. That means they'll have to absorb the traditional expenses — in Ila lion and growth. Additional mileage from the network Beyond expense measures, we recognize there s also an Important revenue side of running a well-managed, self-sufficient business. We're continuing to look for new sources of revenue outside of the “rate arena." And we're also constantly seeking opportunities loge! additional mileage from the telephone network Investment already In place. It takes months, and sometimes years, to bring a new service cjii line, successfully market It, and then realize a revenue stream. But we're working on developing these new services. In fact, we have a number of them in the works which should produce new revenue In IFxas In the near future. Providing you with quality service So. as you can see. theres plenty going on In Itxas to Improve our business from within. These Internal efforts have helped us provide you with more efficient and responsive telephone service than ever before. Southwestern Bell Telephone — meeting your telecommunications needs today and tomorrow. We're at your service. Do you know a Southwestern Bell Telephone employee who should be honored for performance above and beyond the call of duty? lf so. Southwestern Bell Telephone Is accepting nominations for the Rider Service Award. If you’d like to nominate someone, please write us for a nomination form (deadline for all forms Is February 15): Rider Award Nomination Forms; Southwestern Bell Telephone; 308 S. Akard. Room 1409; Dallas, Ttexas 75202. Southwestern Bal    Doyle Bebee ■BJnnhnna    SW Bell Telephone r    403 South River Texan* providing tobcommumcationa    Seguin. TX 78155 tor a growing stat* Up in smoke DE RVI CLARK HERALD ZFITUNG An old dairy barn looked like this when    Rock St., the barn, which was being used    brought the    blaze under control in 30 firemen arrived Thursday. Located at 895    to store hay, was a total loss. Firemen    minutes. Thursday crash Highway patrolman Jon Lindley inspects a damaged 1983 Cadillac on the Interstate 35 frontage road in tile wake of a wreck Thursday afternoon. The five occupants of the 1983 Cadillac, driven by San Antonio resident Marley Garrett, DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG are behind Lindley. Garrett s car struck a 1977 van driven by Linda Cox of New Braunfels at 3:40 p.m. No injuries were reported, and Garrett was ticketed for following too closely. ;

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