New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, February 15, 1985, Page 2

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung February 15, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas SAR program due Sunday Stocks NEW YORK (AP) -Mon,ling stocks: The New Braunfels chapter of the Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) will observe George Washington’s Birthday with a Main Plaza program, beginning at 2 p.m. Sunday. The presentation of the local SAR Law Enforcement Medal to New Braunfels Police Officer Paul Harst will highlight the event. New Braunfels High School senior Mark Sanchez will also share the speech he will take to the state SAT oratory contest this sluing. Col. Ralph C. Gauer, the highest-ranking intelligence officer at Fort Hood and a specialist in Latin American political-military affairs, will be the main speaker. His topic will be “The Revolutionary War Soldier and the Modem Soldier — A Comparison.’’ Sunday’s SAR activities will begin with music by the Canyon High School Band and the colors presentation by the NBHS Marine Corps Junior ROTC. The program marks the first time the local SAR chapter has observed Washington’s birthday. It will last about 30 minutes. ‘We invite every person in the area Music, academics go together—survey Students who participate in extracurricular activities are also some of the highest achievers academically, Canyon High band director Dennis Koehler says. A survey of the most outstanding high school musicians in Texas revealed that they are high academic achievers. Texas Music Educators Association president Sally Schott said the survey was designed to demonstrate the parallel between outstanding musical accomplishments and high academic standing. The survey was conducted during the convention of the association in San Antonio Feb. 7 to 9. It included members of the All-State Band, Orchestra and Choir. The selection process for these organizations involves a series of rigorous tryouts in which only 812 students from the 30,000 who audition win places. Twenty-eight National Merit Scholarship finalists and semifinalists performed with these all-state organizations. Although membership in the National Honor Society is open only to juniors and seniors, disqualifying a significant number of underclassmen all-staters, 229 students have attained membership in the NHS. School counselors verified the 672 surveys returned by students. Deaths David M. Stewart Services for David M. Stewart of 785 Saur Lane will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Forest Park-Westheimer Chapel in Houston. Burial will follow in Forest Park-Westheimer Cemetery. Stewart, 88, died at 8:35 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, at Oak Crest Inn Convalescent Center. Bom on May 14, 1896 in Glassgow, Scotland, he was the son of Robert F. and JoannieM. (nee Dallas) Stewart. He was preceded in death by his wife Annie in 1977. He was a retired pipefitter, and a veteran of British Armed Forced in World War II. He was also affiliated with the Presbyterian church. He is survived by his daughters, Mrs. R.J. Sario of New Braunfels, and Ann Stewart of Houston; sons, Robert F. Stewart of Ayr, Scotland, and James Stewart of Dorset, England; sister, Elizabeth Napier of Glassgow, Scotland; seven grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Emma "Marie Martha" Schlather Services will be at IO a.m. Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home for Emma “Marie Martha” Schlather of 1310 Interstate 35 West. The Rev. Ron Walter of New Braunfels will officiate, and burial will be in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Mrs. Schlather died at 4:30 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 14, at the Oak Crest Inn Convalescent Center at the age of 96. The daughter of August and Emilie (nee Koehn) Ludwig, she was bom on Aug. 22,1888 in Bulverde. She married Alfred Schlather on Dec. 4, 1909 there, and became his widow in 1975. She was a lifelong resident of Comal County, a homemaker, and a member of the Hermann Sons. She was also affiliated with the Lutheran church. Survivors include her daughters, Mrs. Carl (Ella) Seewald of San Antonio, and Mrs. Vernon (Verna Mae) Vogel of New Braunfels; sons. Hilmar Schlather, Walter Schlather and James Schlather, all of New Braunfels; sister, Mrs. Gus (Martha) Serold of New Braunfels; seven grandchildren, and 16 greatgrandchildren. Pallbearers will be Wilfred Schlather, Gary Schlather, Rodney Schlather, Elton Seewald, James Schmidt, Eugene Langner and Edward Schulze. Memorials may be given to the charity of one’s choice. Marvin Gass Services for Marvin Gass of Star Route I, Box 71, Spring Branch, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Zoeller Funeral Home with the Rev. Linwood Kennedy of New Braunfels officiating. Masonic graveside services will follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Gass was 78 when he died at 10:50 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, at St. Luke's Lutheran Hospital in San Antonio. He was born to W.J. and Alma (nee Rust) Gass on Aug. 29, 1906 in Spring Branch, and lived his entire life in Comal County. He married Minnie (nee Hoffmann) Gas* on Oct. 12, 1935 in New Braunfels. A farmer and rancher, Cass was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ. He also belonged to Blanco Masonic Lodge No. 216, Spring Branch Bowling Club, Germania Far-merverein, Eagles, Alzafar Shrine, Bulverde Community Center, Spring Branch Fire Department and Kendalia Fire Department. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Minnie Gass of Spring Branch; three daughters, Mrs. Arlene Rogers of Austin, Mrs. Ruth Wadsworth of Bracken, and Mrs. June Mitchell of Spring Branch; son, Willard Gass of Boerne; Mrs. Lillian Soechting of New Braunfels; brother, Bruno Gass of Wetmore; and five grandchildren. Memorials may be given to First Protestant United Church of Christ or Bulverde-Spring Branch Emergency Medical Service. w Sukldoth £de ^ at Starts $\&6rwers Ptusfi 4jumais Ms Kitchen J Urns Courtyard Center 6Z9-2267 I Col. Ralph Gauer community to be with us in this special observance.” said Mike Cantu-Withoff, program chairman. A chicago native, Gauer serves as commander of the 504th Military Intelligence Group. His military career, which has spanned 25 years, has included a stint as director of the School for International Studies at the John F. Kennedy Center, Fort Bragg. Gauer’s address will “briefly review the changing role of the American soldier from the first days of our country to today’s computerized age,” Cantu-Withoff said. Organizations Comal County Sportsman Association: fish fry, 5:30-8 p.m. Friday, Sportsman Hall, Kowald Lane. Spring Branch Hermann Sons Lodge 127: 2 p.m. Sunday, lodge hall. American Legion Auxiliary, Unit 179: Valentine’s dance, 6-10 p.m. Sunday, American Legion Hall, 410 W. Coll. Information and reservations, 625-4508. (lf you would like to announce your group’s activities in the newspaper, call us at 625-9144 or send us a notice to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Texas, 78131. Deadline for Tuesday through Friday editions is 5 p.m. the day before publication. Deadline for Sunday editions is 5 pm. Friday.) DECA club members place at conference Five members of New Braunfels High School’s chapter of Distributive Education Hubs of America placed during competition at the Area V DECA Career Development Conference last Friday and Saturday in Waco. Junior Chris Rodriguez won with his entry in the Texas DECA Collegiate Display contest and will have it judged at the state-level contest. Others who placed included Denise Beier, general merchandising series; Zinnia Perez and Georgia Messenger, apparel and accessories series; and Wade Rathbum, advertising series. Students participating were given a comprehensive test over their individual occupations, tested in marketing math and judged on a role-play situation. The scores were totaled, and the top scorers represent their area at the State Career Development Conference in March. Kuempel appointed to rural issues panel State Representative Edmund Kuempel, R-Seguin, has been named to the Executive Committee of the Rural legislative Caucus in Austin. The Rural Legislative Caucus is a non-partisan group of 52 members of the Texas House of Representatives organized to monitor rural legislative concerns. “It is extremely important that rural legislators remain informed of the critical issues that face our constituents," Kuempel said. “The caucus give lawmakers from rural areas an opportunity to review and study problems like water resources, agriculture, highways and education.” Kuempel, who represents Comal, Guadalupe and Kendall Counties, was also named to serve on the Rural legislative Caucus Highway study committee. Weather AMR Corp High 38% Low 38% Last 38% Amer Can 52Y« 52% 52% Ameritech 82% 82 82 AMI Inc 24 23% 23% Am Motors 4 3% 3% AmStand 33% 33% 33% Amor TAT 21% 21 21% Armcolnc 11% 11% 11% AtlRichfld 49V« 48% 49 BancTexas 5V« 5% 5% BellAtlan 84 83% 83% BellSouth s 36% 36% 36% Beth Steel 20% 19% 19% Borden 68% 67% 67% CaterpTr Centel 32% 41% 32% 41% 32% 41% Chevron 34% 34% 34% Chrysler 33% 33% 33% CocaCola 62 61% 61% Coleman 29% 29% 29% DiamShm 19% 18% 19 DowChem 29% 29% 29% Dressrlnd 20% 20 20% East Kodak 69% 69% 69% Enserch 27% 27% 27% Entexlnc 20 19% 19% Exxon 47% 47% 47% FedlCo 37% 37% 37% Firestone 18% 18% 18% FtBcpTex FordMot 17% 17% 17% 46 45% 45% GAF Corp 29% 29% 29% GTE Corp 42% 42% 42% GnDynam GenElec 81% 80% 80% 63% 63% 63% Gen Food 59% 59 59% Gen Motors 79% 78% 78% GnMotr E n 63% 62% 63% Goodrich 29% 29% 29% Goodyear 28% 28% 28% GtAtlPac 15% 15% 15% Haliburtn 31% 31% 31% Holiday Inn 52 51% 51% Houstlnd 22% 22% 22% HughesTl 15% 15% 15% Interfst 12% 12 12% IBM 132% 132% 132% Intl Harv 10% 10% 10% Int Paper 53 52% 53 JeffPilot s 42% 42% 42% JohnsJn 38% 38% 38% K mart 36% 36% 36% KrogerCo LTV Corp 39% 12% 39% 12% 39% 12% IJtton Ind 73% 73% 73% LoneSta Ind 24% 24% 24% MCorp 24 23% 24 MayDSts 48% 48% 48% Medtronic 32% 31% 32 Mobil 28% 28 28% Monsanto s 46% 46% 46% Motorola s 36% 36% 36% NabiscoBrd 54% 53% 54 NYNEX 79% 79% 79% PacifTel 72% 72% 72% Penney JC 49% 49% 49% Phelps Dod 19% 19% 19% PhillpsPet 49 48% 48% Polaroid 26 25% 25% ProctGamb 56% 56% 56% Pubs NwMx 24% 24% 24% RCA 40% 40% 40% RepBankCp 33% 33 33% Sabine 17% 17% 17% Safeway 31% 31% 31% SFeSouPac 29% 29% 29% SearsRoeb 35 34% 35 ShellOi! 55% 55% 55% Singer Co 36 37% 37% Southern Co 18% 18% 18% Southland 29% 29% 29% SwstBeU 75 74% 74% Sperry Cp StdOillnd 47% 60% 46% 60 47% 60% StdOilOh 44% 44% 44% SunComp 50 49% 49% TNP Ent 15% 15% 15% Hwrald-Zeitung (USPS 377 8801 lf you have not received your paper by 5.30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday or by 7 30 a m Sunday, call 625 9144 or 658 1900 by 7 p m and 11 a rn., respectively. Published Sunday morning and Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 S Casten Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78131 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing Co., 186 5 Casten Ave , New Braunfels, TX 78131 Dave Kramer .... General Manager Claude Scruggs........Publisher Shit lone Thornton    Office Manager Robert Johnson ..........Editor Dave Kramer Advertising Manager Cheryl McCampbel! . . , Class Mgr Don Avery .. . Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel .......Press Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David King.........Sports    Editor Patricia Y/naga King    Wire Editor Subscription Rates (Includes applicable sales tax) Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall Counties: 3 months, $10 78; 6 months, $18.82, one year, $33 64 Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: 3 months $18 92; 6 months, $3364: one year $6308 Mail outside Texas:    6 months, $42 OO; one year $70 OO Postmaster Send address changes to P O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78131. DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY: Jerry Perez, Third Grade, Seele Elementary Texas Tandy " 32% 31% 32 Tenneco 39% 39% 39% Texaco Inc 35% 34% 35% TexAmBnch 36% 36% 36% TexComBn 43% 43% 43% TexEastn s 30% SO 30 Texas Inst 120% 119% 119% TexasOGas 21% 21% 21% Tex Util 27% 27% 27% TylerCp Un Carbide 34% 39% 34% 39% 34% 39% UnPacCp 49% 48% 48% US Steel 28% 28% 28% USWest 74% 73% 74% UniTel 24% 23% 24 ‘ Unocal 49 47 47% WalMart 47% 46% 46% WestghEl s 32% 32% 32% Xerox Cp 45% 45% 45% ZenithE 24% 24 24% Stock prices remain steady NEW YORK (AP) - Stock prices were little changed today, steadying after a bout of selling late in Thursday’s session. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials rose .99 to 1,288.87 in the first hour. But losers held a slight lead over gainers in the early tally of New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Heading into a three-day weekend, the market had plenty of favorable economic news going for it. The Labor Department reported this morning that the producer price index of finished goods was unchanged in January after posting increases of 0.3 percent in November and 0.2 percent in December. The latest figure provided support for hopes that inflation would remain at low levels in the months ahead despite continued growth of the economy. Separately, the Federal Reserve Board said that industrial production rose a seasonally adjusted 0.4 percent last month. Bond prices rose and interest rates fell in the credit markets Thursday. But analysts said uncertainty persisted about the longer-term outlook for interest rates and the Fed’s credit policy. The central bank issued revised statistics late Thursday that showed faster growth in the money supply last year than had previously been reported. Furthermore, brokers said many traders opted to cash in some profits from the market’s recent rally after it failed Wednesday and again Thursday to hold above the 1,300 level in the Dow Jones industrial average. Among actively traded blue chips, International Business Machines rose % to 132Mi. A rapidly moving uppsr la val impulse triggered patchy light rain today in the northeast corner of Tanas and rain mixed with light mow along the Red River Elsewhere high pressure centered over central Kansas was the primary weather feature influencing the remainder of the Texas weather The result was clear skies and coot temperatures A trough of low pressure associated with the upper level disturbance brought gusty northwest winds to sections of north texas at speeds of 16 to 20 mph Light northwest winds prevailed over most of West Texas and the lower Rio Grande Valley valley while westerly breezes at 6 to IO mph were common across the remainder of the state Early morning temperatures fed into the upper 20s over the High Plains end west of the Pecos Temperatures were m the mid to upper 30s across most of North Texas with low to mid 40s observed m South and South Central Texas Overnight, the temperatures ranged from 46 at Corpus Christi and McAllen to 25 at Amarillo Texas forecasts NORTH TEXAS Fe* and cool tonight, partly cloudy and warmer Saturday High temperatures today 49 northeast to 64 southwest. Lows tonight 30 east to 42 southwest Highs Saturday 60 northeast to 70 southwest SOUTH TEXAS Partly cloudy and warmer Saturday Lows tonight 30s north to 40s south. Highs Saturday upper 60s to lower 70s north and 70s south WEST TEXAS: Clsar and cool nights through Saturday Lows tonight mid 20s Panhandle to lower 40a lower Pecos valley and Big Band Highs Saturday mid 60s Panhandle to near 70 tower Pecos valley and near 80 Big Bend valleys The Netion Snow fell over the Great Lakes. Ohio Valley and central Appalachians today as road crews battled drifts up to 20 feet high and thousands of people remained without power following the week's string of snowstorms Travelers advisories were posted for much of Michigan, northern and east central In diana, and western and central New York Blowing and drifting snow continued to limit travel m Michigan, with many roads closed m the Upper Peninsula Schools in at least 21 counties, mostly in the southeastern corner of the state, remained closed About 2,200 Detroit Edison customeis. mostly in St Cia* County, lemamed without electricity early today, spokeswoman Lone Kesslei said Soma had been without power since Tuesday Ohio Gov Richard Celeste declared 14 more counties emergency areas Thursday. making a total of 19 eligible for National Guard help Columbus * Southern Ohio Electric Co spokesman Ron McDade said the company hoped to get power beck to most of the 1 500 customers who were without electricity today In Kentucky, road craws used ak a vat labia equipment Thursday to break through 16 and 20 foot snowdrifts and open mein toads for at least limited travel A cold front moving acrose the Pacific Northwest sent snow to the western mountains today, prompting a travelers advisory for the Cascades and the Olympics of Washington Bitter cold gripped the upper Mississippi Valley and eastern sections of the northern Plains, with early morning temperatures below aero over northern Minnesota and eastern North Dakota On the sweltering West Coast, another weather record fell Thursday as the mid winter heat wave in Southern California kept temperatures at 90 degrees The thermometer reached the 90 degree mark at the downtown Civic Center for the aecond consecutive day. It was an ak time high for Valentina's Day. breaking the record of 89 set in 1943. the National Weather Service said On Wednesday, the 89 degree high mark set in 1924 also feU et the Civic Center when the mercury hit 90 Brought To You By...... VS MBankNew Braunfels A Momentum Bank P. O. Box 451 Mila Plaza, Now Brauafola, Toxaa 78130 512/625-8501. Mombor MCorp, HP ACT awd FDiC. ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: February 15, 1985

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