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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunf els Hef January Sag Up in smoke DERYL HERALDZEITUNG An old dairy barn looked like this when firemen arrived Located at 895 Rock the which was being used to store was a total Firemen brought the blaze under control in 30 Thursday crash Highway patrolman Jon Lindley inspects a damaged 1983 Cadillac on the Interstate 35 frontage road in the wake of a wreck Thursday The five occupants of the 1983 driven by San Antonio resident Marley DERYL HERALD ZEITUNG are behind Garretts car struck a 1977 van driven by Linda Cox of New Braunfels at No injuries were and Garrett was ticketed for following too Deaths Stella Ewald Services for Stella Ewald of 1212 Rivercrest will be at 10 Saturday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with Friedrich Rest of New Braunfels Burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial died on at Colonial Manor Nursing She was born on July 1898 in New Braunfels to Carl and Mina Harms She later married Herbert who died on She was a lifetime resident of New Braunfels and a member of the First Protestant United Church of She also belonged to the Sons of Hermann Albert Kypfer Lodge 106 in Clear Survivors include her Wesley Minnie Odell and Ruby Glenewinkel and Reuben all of New Braunfels three and three great Carmon Simon Services for Carmon Simon of 386 Lockener will be at 10 Saturday at Peter and Paul Catbfljic Father Patrick Flanagan of New Braunfels will offielater and burial will follow in Peter and Paul Catholic A rosary will be recited at 7 tonight at Zoeller Funeral where his remains will lie in state until He died at at bis Thesonof Theodore and Helga Emma nee Meckel be was bora on June IBS in New On he married Elaine nee Seinan Simon in He was a lifelong resident of New and retired as the countys health 1 He was also a veteran of World War and a member of Post the Knights of Peter and Paul Catholic gnew Braunfels Volunteer Fire Depart and the Guadalupe Firemens and Fire Marshals He is survived by his Elaine Simon of New Braunfels two Connie Gouge of and Sharon Jarisch of NVEW Braunfels Rodney Simon Rosalie Simon and Clarence all of New Braunfels and five Pallbearers will be Richard David Barry gscolt Elburn Kanz and Alvin Memorials may be given to the Gary Simon Memorial Fund or the American Heart New Braunfels National Bank MEMBER VICTORIA BANK invites you to listen to Reflections A backward glance at where we in Comil County have and wbn wi in MW Sunday Mornings at 9 on January 1985 featuring Encore John Ruppel Originil air date CoSponsored by NfiW 1000 North Lobby Huuri Urive1 hig Houn Saturday uUteravice banting your depotitt iniured to by the Federal Iniurance Corporation Phone C25B507 NATIONAL BANK HtKAll lASSIHtDS for a booming gauge RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES OF NEW DIPLOMATES OF THE AMERICAN BOARD OF RADIOLOGY WILLIAM WILLEFORD AND CHARLES ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF THEIR OFFICE FOR THE PRACTICE OF OUTPATIENT DIAGNOSTIC AND 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43 2G 26 26 56 55 55 35 35 35 Stock market sinks again NEW YORK AP The stock market lost more ground extending its early1985 The Dow Jones average of 30 in down points in the first two sessions of the dropped to by noontime Losers held a 32 lead over gainers among New York Stock Exchange listed The news Thursday of a percent rise in factory orders during November provided an upbeat signal for production activity in the early stages of But it stirred little enthusiasm for The market also drew no apparent benefit from a downturn in interest rates Thursday in the credit Brokers noted that Wall Street was bracing for the Federal Reserves weekly report on the money due out after the Lets Information about your changing telephone service from Doyle ManagerCommunity Relations Expense cutting saves millions If youre like youve probably been hearing a lot lately about expense and budget cutting on the national and state Southwestern Bell Telephone Is also cutting These cuts saved the company millions in Just like on the national and state we know financial health begins by holding down Were doing that by ensuring every dollar we do spend provides maximum The buck stops here Heres how were tightening our belt in Texas reducing our workforce by not hiring behind retirements and other On an annual basis this is saving us more than mechanizing Jobs and procedures where there are poten tial savings and the line on overtime weve cut these expenses by 33 percent since 1983 for a savings in Texas of renegotiating contracts with outside office equipment Compared to previous were spending million a year less on office supplies and reducing customer telephoneline reports our statewide effort is paying Tbtal trouble reports are down a month compared to last Savings in report processing costs exceed million a On top of all these measures and well take up the spending belt a few more notches in the coming Our major operating departments in Texas have already committed to doing their jobs in 1985 with a zero budget That means theyll have to absorb the traditional expenses inflation and Additional mileage from the network Beyond expense we recognize theres also an impor tant revenue side of running a selfsufficient Were continuing to look for new sources of revenue outside of the rate And were also constantly seeking opportunities to get additional mileage from the telephone network investment already in It takes and sometimes to bring a new service on successfully market and then realize a revenue But were working on developing these new In we have a number of them in the works which should pro duce new revenue in Texas in the near Providing you with quality service as you can theres plenty going on in Texas to improve our business from These internal efforts have helped us provide you with more efficient and responsive telephone service Ihan ever Southwestern Bell Telephone meeting your telecommunica tions needs today and Were at your Do you know a Southwestern Bell Telephone employee who should be honored for performance above and beyond the call of duty If Southwestern Bell Telephone Is accepting nominations for the Rider Service If youd like to nominate please write us for a nomination form deadline for all forms la February Rider Award Nomination Forms Southwestern Bell Telephone 308 Room 1409 Texas Southwestern Tenant providing telecommunications lor a growing Doyle Bebee SW Bell Telephone 403 South River TX 78155
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