New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 6, 1985, Page 2

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February 06, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 2A    New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung    Wednesday, February 6,1965 OC HYL CLARK /HERALD ZEITUNG years, while Anderson is a 30-year veteran of trail rides. The riders will wind up at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo, which begins Friday. Presentation of the Law Enforcement Commendation Medal to a local police officer will be a program highlight of the New Braunfels Sons of the American Revolution William Hightower chapter observance of George Washington’s Birthday Feb. IV. The local chapter’s program begins at 2 p.m. in the city’s Main Plaza. The public is invited to attend. Police Officer Paul Harst, a four-year veteran of the local force, will receive the SAR medal, awarded to those who have served in law enforcement with distinction and devotion. Chapter president Bill Hightower notes that officer Harst has become a very productive patrol officer, working off duty hours to serve the community and do more than expected. “Some time ago officer Harst became very concerned over the young people in this area who have been injured or killed because of drunk drivers,” Hightower said. “OnDeathsTrail veterans Precinct 1 constable Werner Kiesling (left) chats with Bob Anderson after the Kerrville Trail Ride had reached its campsite at Texas Dance Hall Tuesday afternoon. Kiesling has been making the ride part of his vacation for Patrolman to be honored by local civic organization his off duty time he put together an outstanding slide presentation about area DWIs and has presented the program to schools and civic organizations.” He pointed out much of Harst’s work is done on his off duty time. "The SAR wants to honor him for his devotion to duty and his concern for the community and our young people,” Hightower adds. George Washington’s Birthday has special significance to the SAR. The observance this year is the first by the New Braunfels chapter. The program, which begins at 2 p.m. at the Main Plaza band stand, will feature music by the Canyon Highschool Band. Speakers will include Col. Ralph C. Gauer, Commander, 504th Military Intelligence Group, at Fort Hood, Texas. New Braunfels High School senior Mark Sanchez will present the talk he is talking to the state SAR oratory competition. Mike Cantu-Withoff serves as program chairman. Paul Harst Jail changes on county agenda Hie change orders for the new county jail discussed in the commissioners court meeting Jan. 24 are on the agenda for Thursday’s IO a.in. meeting. One change order that would cost $176,125 for a fuel pump, buried gasoline tanks and car wash port was rejected by commissioners already. They decided that a change order that large would have to go out fur bids separately. Two other change orders totalling $45,361 include two separate change orders: $31,291 added to the radio equipment for large conduit and heavy-duty cable, and $14,070 for miscellaneous changes in telephone locations, computer terminals and adding a private office for the new supervisor of warrants and civil papers division. Stocks NEW YORK IAP) High AMR Corp Ainer Can Ameritech AM! Inc Am Motors AinStand ; Abler T6rT Armcolnc AtlRichf Id BancTexas BcllAtlan BellSouth s Beth Steel ! Borden CaterpTr • Centel J Chevron • Chrysler CocaCola Coleman ComlMetl , DtamShm • bowChem ’ Dressrind East Kodak Enserch Entexlnc Exxon Fed ICo Firestone FtBcpTex I FordMot • GAF Corp GTE Corp GnDynam GenElec Gen Food Gen Motors I GnMotr E n • Goodrich I Goodyear ; GtAtlPac • Haliburtn ; Holiday Inn • Holist Iud I HughesTl ; Interest IBM ; Intl Harv • Int Paper JeffPiIot s ; Johns.)n K mart • Kroberto , LTV Corp • tattoo Ind ; IiOneSta Ind MCorp I May DSI s ‘ Medtronic . 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This will also allow two smaller and cheaper conduits to be used. Also on the agenda, the commissioners will appoint a realignment committee of five people with each commissioner and the county judge appointing one each. The committee will consider data given by the justices of the peace on case load increases and population shifts in their precincts to help redraw the j.p. and constable precinct lines. Constables of Precinct 3, Hank English, and (rf Precinct 4, Fidel Tamez, will ask commissioners to approve their choices for deputy constables. English has asked Iiee (Bo) Boff to serve as his deputy, and Tamez asked George West to act as his deputy. Commissioners will also open bids at 1:30 p.m. on improvements for the road departments maintenance building. Other items on the agenda include two property items already discused and agreed upon in previous commissioners court meetings: to approve a resubdivision of lot 52 of Unit 4 of the Woodlands, and to exchange a portion of the old Amman Road no longer used for the deed to the present piece of land that the new Amman Road is on. Also several other new plat items are on the agenda. The meeting will be held in the commissioners’ first floor courtroom in tne Courthouse.M.F. Heinemeier Services were today at IO a m. at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Austin for M F. Heinemeier, 83, who died Feb. 4. Burial was at Capital Memorial Hill Cemetery in Austin. Cook-Walden Funeral Home of Austin was in charge of arrangements. Heinemeier was born July 22.1901, in Kingsbury to Ixniis and Emelie (nee Discher) Heinemeier. He had lived in Austin since 1960 and was a member of St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. He is survived by a sister, Emily Heinemeier of Austin; brother, George Heinemeier of Olney; and a niece. Angela Sanders of Katy. Memorials may be give to the Good Samaritan Home in Cypress, Texas.LeRoy O. Zunker Graveside services with full military honors will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park for Lt. Col. lieRoy O. Zunker, 65, who died Feb. 4 at McKenna Memorial Hospital. The Rev. Bill Jones will officiate. Arrangements are under the direction of Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home. Zunker of 6% Floral Ave. was born March 26,1919, to Herman and Lydia (nee Huft) Zunker in Gear Springs. He married Marjorie Topping Nov. 21, 1942, in I .ake Charles, I .a. The World War ll and Korean War veteran was retired from the Air Force and a member of New Braunfels Presbyterian Church, Disabled American Veterans, B.P.O. Elks I>odge 2279 and American Ix.‘gion Post 179. He is survived by his wife, Marjorie Zunker; daughter, Mary Ix>u Erben of Austin; son, Charles Zunker of Redondo Beach, Calif.; sister, Myrtle Denham of Forrestburg, Texas; and five grandchildren. Memorials may be given to the American Heart Association.John Melvin O'Neill Services for John Melvin O’Neill, 71, will be Thursday at 2 p.m. at Zoellcr Funeral Home. Burial will bt' in Chapel Hills Memorial Gardens. O’Neill of 456 River Bend Drive died Feb. 4 at his home. He was born Dec. 29, 1913, in Karnes County to Ollie M. and Bessie (nee Whitley) O’Neill. He married Alma Garner on Aug. 20, 1938, in Eagle Pass. O’Neill was retired from civil service and had lived in the area for five years. He was a I Kike Dunlap Volunteer Fire Department, I .ake Dunlap Lions Club, Rhythm Squares Dance Club and Airstream Club. He was a founding member of lakeside Baptist Mission and past president of River Bend Property Owners Association. O’Neill is survived by his wife, Alma G. O’Neill; daughter, Jeanette Vignes of San Antonio; sons, Jack D. O’Neill of Dallas and Vernon Young of San Antonio; sister, Grethel Taylor of Uvalde; and 12 grandchildren. Memorials may be sent to lakeside Baptist Mission. TexEastn s Texas Inst TexasOGus Tex Util Ty left’p Un Carbide UnPacCp US Steel US West UniTel Unocal WalMart WestghEI S Xerox Cp ZenithE Stock market resumes rally NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market resumed its rally today after a sluggish opening. Aerospace, telephone, steel and financial issues paced the gainers. 294 29** 294 1274 1264 1274 194 194 19s* 27 264 264 34s* 34** 344 374 374 374 48 47** 47s. 27** 27 274 72 714 72 23** 23*4 23*« 47** 454 46** 454 45*. 454 32* * 32*. 324 444 44** 444 23s. 23 234 The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials, off 4.85 in the previous session, recovered 2.87 to 1,288.10 after two hours today. The measure hit a record high 1,292 62 on Jan. 29. Gainers held nearly a 2-1 lead over losers on the New York Stock Exchange. whose composite index rose 0.31 to 104.73. Big Board volume totaled 58.99 million shares at noon EST, against 65 08 million at that hour Tuesday. Stocks have rallied strongly over the past month amid investor confidence about economic growth in 1985. Investors also appeared to be buying stocks as an alternative to interest-bearing vehicles. Deer caused wreck, two locals maintain Two New Braunfels residents say they lost control of their car on River Road Monday night while trying to avoid a deer. The occupants of the car, Georgiana Ixjomis of Cologne Street and Donnie Gene Smith of the same address, told Trooper Ron McCoy with the Department of Public Safety that Ixxjinis, the driver of the car, lost control when she swerved to avoid hitting a deer. The car had left the bridge at the third river crossing on River Road, and wound up in five feet of water in the Guadalupe River, according to the Department of Public Safety report. “There was a straight bluff on one side and a fence on the other. So where did the deer come from? They were apparently going pretty fast because the car did not just drop into the water,” McCoy explained why he had given Ix>omis a ticket for speeding. Both Smith and Ixjomis were injured in the wreck, which occurred Monday night. They were treated and released at McKenna Memorial Hospital. Hearing help for NERVE DEAFNESS.... 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