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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 17, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas rattngnittnts are petidhig ft Zoefler Funeral Home for Waltnut Tnidy Netty of New Bnunfek She died at her residence Tuesday at the age of 50 day The ftmly will receive friends fiom 7 to 8 fun Wednesday at pensdmwli Funeral Home Memorial curtiiUmioiB may be made to First Protestant United Church of Christ Eden Home or the charity of ones choice Finera Home Gordon Pop H Zunker of New Bnuofcb pitted away Tuesday April pittl in i New Braunfefe at the age of 88 He was bora Jan 21 1908 in New Braunfels to Willie Zunker and Abm Pauhts Zunker He married Eliza beth Jubeta Dec 22 1931inScguia A lifetime New BnunJels resident Mr Zunker was a member of First Protestant United Church of Christ He attended New Braunfels Efemen ttty School He was a member of Car penters Union 14 in San Antonio for SO years a member of Gebirgs Saogecbund for 50 years and a vol unteer for die Comal County Fair Assodatkm for 50 years Mr Zonker is survived by his wife of 64 years Elizabeth Zunker of New Braunfels three sons Gordon C Zunker and wife Corinne of New BnunJefc Ronald P Zunker and wife DomofBbnco and Noel of New Braunfels 12 grandchildren and 16 greatgrandchildren He was preceded in death by a grandson Dwayne Allen Zunker a greatgrand son Justin Kyle Coleman and by a daughterinlaw Jacqueline Zunker Funeral services will be Thursday April 18 1996 at 2 at Doeppen schmidt Funeral Home with the Rev Richard Carse officiating Burial will be at die Comal Cemetery Visitation will begin at 2 Wednesday and continue until service time on Thurs James Patrick Talman was born Sept in Refugio Texas to Frank Floyd and Cordelia nee Mitcham Talman James entered into eternal rest April at the age of 51 Mr Talman was employed by Symons Corporation Custom Form Division for the past 24 years as a machinist James was a member of the National Rifle Association and Fraternal Order of Eagles He was pre ceded in death by his fatter Frank Floyd Talman in 1969 and by his brother Floyd Simms Tainan in 1985 James is survived by his mother Cordelia Talman two sisters Doris Hutchison and husband Dan and Lenora Hutson and husband Floyd all of New Braunfels two nephews Mar ty Hutchison of San Antonio and Wal ter Hutchison of El Paso and one niece Ecila Hutson of New Braun fels Also two greatnieces Diane and Tara Hutchison and two great nephews Kerrick and Danny Hutchi son James will be sorely missed by an who knew him He was a loving and wonderful son brother and uncle No man could ask for a more loyal friend Services will be held Thursday April at 2 at Zoeller Funeral Home with interment following at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Ceme tery Mother and infant escape lake mobile home fire By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer A Canyon Lake motiier and her sev enmonthold son escaped uninjured from their burning mobile home hear Jacobs Creek Park on Sunday night Kathryn Karter mobile ho engulfed in Right now we are still investigating the Deputy County Fire Mar shall Al Bohne said We havent elim inated any electrical causes but we have eliminated causes from The Canyon Lake Area Volunteer Fire Department was called out to fight the fire at on Lemon Tree Street near Jacobs Creek Park Bonne said the mobile home was engulfed in flames when he arrived on the scene were not Bonne job well done They did an outstanding job of pre venting the fire from spreading to oth er structures and keeping the grass fires Bohne said Institute of Texas Casey FACC Garza FACC James FACC EJ Leroux FACC Martin FACC Pliveros FACC FACR Rubalcava Seaworth FACC FACP T Trusevich Whitney FACC Wilks Wise 6099058 652 N Houston Suite 2 Taking technology to heart ELECT A CARING LEADER JAN KENNADY FOR MAYOR IN NIW BRAUNFELS Early Voting April 15 through 30 Court House Room 306 Election Day May 4 MORTGAGES HOME BUYERS MEW OK EXISTING HOMES INTERIM PERMANENT FINANCING REFINANCE REPUCE YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENTS MOST CUWING COSTS CAN BE FINANCED FREE ANALYSIS WILLIAMS FINANCIAL 6206269 Friday anniversaries put federal buildings on alert DALLAS AP Friday is circled tared cm the calendar of those respon sible for federal security JVpril 19 is a double anniversary On that date in 1995 a truck bomb exploded Alfred P Murrah Fed eral BuiHing in Oklahoma City killing 168 people and injuring more than 500 On that date in 1993 nearly SO men women and cbOdren died in a fire at the Branch Davidian compound near Waco bringing to an end a 51day standoff between members of the reli gious sect and federal authorities The anniversary means security will be tightened a notch at federal build ings bousing such agencies as die Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms the FBI and the Internal Rev enue Service said Trinidad Martinez Southwest director of the Federal Pro tective Service Not to the maximum level but a more heightened level of security cer he said Security officers will be watching a little Said Richard Haynes ATF special agent in charge in Houston We remind all of our employees that this is an anniversary that can prompt hos tile actions by persons antagonistic to the federal government Since the Oklahoma City bombing the government has committed about 110 million to increase securi ty at federal buildings nationwide including nearly 10 million in Dallas and Fort Worth General Services Administration officials said they expect to spend another million in die next 20 months responding to a security review President Clinton ordered after the explosion Security cameras Xray inspection and metal detectors have been com mon in federal courthouses for years Within the next few months they will be installed in larger federal office buildings as well Martinez said In downtown Dallas the lane of traf fic closest to the curb has been cor doned off in front of the Earle Cabell Federal Building since the bombing Tommy Wittman ATF assistant special agent in charge in Dallas said all back exits to its offices are locked nearby parking garages are guarded and building security officers are alert ed to be more watchful f Security always has been tight it the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Western Facility in north Fort Worth the only place that prints and bills outside of Washing ton We have always been an extreme ly secure facility so we didnt have to add security in the past said Margret Meacham public affairs offi cer at the plant which has a daily out put averaging about 13 million notes Edwards Underground Water District to give away plants Saturday Saturday April 20 from 10 am until noon the Edwards Underground Water District will sponsor the third annual Spring Bloom Giveaway The first 250 people who stop by Schumachers Hill Country Gardens will receive a free xeriscape plant Forty percent of summer water is applied outdoors with the majority used to maintain landscapes One way to save up to 40 percent of the water used outside is to xeriscape This type of landscaping uses less water and needs less upkeep than traditional land scapes Xeriscaping is simply common sense landscaping It is reducing the amount of grass by using more ground covers and shrubs It is using mulch which keeps weeds out and water in Xeriscaping is using plants that are adapted to our regions soil and cli mate many of which are beautiful and colorful and attract hummingbirds and butterflies It is also watering only when needed and watering thoroughly In addition KGNBAM will be doing a live broadcast of Around The House on location Host Bill Schu mann will focus on gardening Volun teers from the Comal County Mens Gardening Club will be available to answer individual questions about land scapes and pass out free information xeriscape Schumachers Hill Country Gardens is located at 588 Highway 1863 in New Braunfels For more information on the Spring Bloom Give away call the Edwards District at 800 2921047 MonIhw friSun MO SHRIMP TuesJam with Carlene Walker Tat Rdiet Party WedWhite Russian 0 Strawberry Daquiri Specials ThurAl Barlow SatPainted Pony ICall 6293311 For Picku Window SWISS CHALET RESTAURANT Elegant Dinning Fondues Open 112 pm pm10 pm Closed Mondays Champagne Brunch Call for reservations 9804396 27315 Natural Bridge Sts Peter and Paul School the Organic Way Came bf on Saturday and learn ennces between good bugs and bad bugs and how to use tbe good ones in your garden Also how to incorporate organic fertilizers and other organic matter for a beautiful and healthy garden Call 6089160 for more information 658 tondo Street New Brounfels N I Seauin St THRILLING RIDES MIDWAY GAMES OF CHANCE Unlimited Rides with Wristband purchased in advance at SacNPac Stores Wuest Supermarkets and Sts Peter and Paul School 1 COMAL COUNTY FAIRGROUNDSMAY 1 en Cancun Rest I McQueeney Rd Granzins Meal Market Open Monday Saturday 1644 New Braunfels 2106253510 7Boone Center Cut Choice Chuck Steak 10lbsor more Country Style Pork Ribs Beef Cutlets Cube Steak Cucumbers Avacados 490 each Choice Boneless Roll Shoulder Clod Roast 4 to 5 Ib Average 7Up 8 Pack 20 Lean Chuck Hamburger oriwn I ID American Cheese 5 Ib Bag Potatoes Grade A Chicken Fryers Milwaukees Best 12Pack12ozcans Beef Jerky Dry Sausage Head Cheese Blood Sausage Frozen Cut and Wrap Beef Hindquarter Forequarter Specials Ooocl April 17April 23 While Market Items Last
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