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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 17, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Obituaries . Wattraut Trudy Naaly Arrangements are pending * Zodkr Funeral Home for Wahraut Trudy Neely of New Braunfels. She died at her residence Tuesday at the age of Gordon “Pop” R Zurto of New Braunfels passed away Tweaky, April 16,1996, at McKern Memorial Hospital in New BraunfHs at thereof 88. He was bom Jan. 21, 1908, in New Braunfels to Withe Zunker and Aim (Paukts) Zunker. He named Elizabeth Jubela Dec. 22.1931, in Seguin. A hfe-hme New Braunfels resident, Mr. Zunker was a member of First Fmimara Unled Church of Christ- a a — - - — .a — ji Uk f ———. ra —. 4*.^.ETjmmmml. ne muooeo new millets can-fay School He was a member of Carpenters’ Union #14 in San Antonio for SO yens; a member of Gebiigs Singrrtnret far 50 yeas, and a volunteer far the Comal County Fair Association for 50 years. Mr. Zuninrr is survived by his wife of 64 years, Elizabeth Zunker ofNew Braunfels; three sons, Gordon C. 7—h* and wife Corinne of New Braunfels, Ronald P. Zunker and wife Donna cfBfanco, and Nod W. Zunker ofNew Braunfels; 12 grandchildren aid 16 great-granddiiklren. He was preceded in death by a grandson, Dwayne Allen Zunker. a great-grandson, Justin Kyle Coleman, and by a daughter-in-law, Jacqueline Zunker. Funeral services will be Thursday, April 18,1996, a 2 p.m. a Doeppen-schmidt Funeral Horne with die Rev. Richard Carse officiating. Burial will be a die Conal Cemetery. Visitation will begin a 2 pm Wednesday and continue until service tune on Thurs day. The family win receive friends from 7 to 8 pm Wednesday a Doep-penschmadt Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to First Protestant United Church of Christ, Eden Home, or the charity of one's choice. Deeppeoschmidt Funeral Home James Patrick Tahnan was born Sept 28,1944, rn Refugio, Texas, to Frank Floyd and Cordelia (nee Mite ham) Tahnan. James ensued into eternal rest April 15,1996, a the age of SI. Mr. Tahnan was employed by Symon's Corporation Custom Form Division for the pea 24 years as a machinist James was a member of the National Rifle Association and Fraternal Order of Eagles He was preceded in death by his father, Frank Floyd Tahnan, in 1969, and by his la other, Floyd Surens Tahnan in 1985. James is survived by his mother. Conidia Tahnan; two sisters. Doris Hutchison and husband Dan; and Lenora Huson and husband Floyd, all ofNew Braunfels; two nephews, Marty Hutchison of San Antonio md Walter Hutchison of El Paso; and (Hie niece, Erila Hutson of New Braunfels. Also two great-nieces, Diane and Tara Hutchison, and two great-nephews, Kerrick and Danny Hutchison James will be sorely missed by all 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 18,19%, at 2 pm at Zoeller Funeral Home with interment following at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Ccme-tery. M fcr- FUStRM HOME Mother and infant escape lake mobile home fire By DA VK) DEKUMJER Staff Writer A Canyon Lake mother and her sev-en-mooth-old son escaped uninjured from their burning mobile home near Jacobs Creek Park on Sunday night mobjl^orae Jefocc .. became -.i'-'i ramies. engulfed “Right now we are still investigating the fire,** Deputy County Fire Marshall Al Brine abd. “We haven't eliminated any electrical causes, but we have eliminated causes from propane.'' The Canyon Lake Area Volunteer Fire Department was called out to fight the fire at 9:16 pm on Lemon Tree Street near Jacobs Creek Park. Bohne said the mobile home was engulfed in flames when he arrived on the scene. wfm& -T able to save . answer* ■■HMH were not mobile Home. Bohne HbbMama job well done. “They did an outstanding job of preventing the fire from spreading to (idler structures and keeping the grass fires down,” Bohne said. IB Heakt & Vascular ;. -J / •/: •• .? •§ Institute of Texas ‘•%"*V^;qC.W. Casey, N.O., FACC J.L. Bam, N.O., FACC    *x ttfllll KT. James, M.D., FACC EJ. Leroui, M.O. FACC H.A. Martin, M.D., FACC NBBBBNBBBB R.A. Picaros, M.D. FACC, 609-9058 • 652 N. Houston/ Suite 2 "laking    tmehnologylo boart" FJ. Rubalcava, M.D. J.F. Seaworth, M.O., FACC, FACP T. Trusevich, M.D. EJ. Whitney, M.O., FACC R.F. Wilks, M.D. D.8. Wise, M.D., Ph.D. BJCT A CARMO HADER JAN KENNADY POR MAYOR M POSITIVE SORCE | IN NEW BRAUNFELS Early Voting: April 15 throne!! 30 Coart House, Room 306 flan#! — aa  mm— A attirail udy • ^Esy s (.ll I BOOKS AV All ABI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 III 35 and Walnut Ave. Friday anniversaries put federal buildings on alert DALLAS (AP) — Friday is circled in red on the calendars of those responsible for federal security. April 19 is a double anniversary. On that date in 1995, a track bomb exploded at the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, killing 168 people and injuring more than 500 mare. On that date in 1993, nearly 80 men, women and children died in a fire at the Branch Davidian compound near Waco, bringing to an end a 51-day standoff between members of the religious sect and federal authorities. The anraveisaiy means security will be tightened a notch at federal buildings housing such agencies as the U.S. Sgt. Bilko Na-llai * ■Ho110314 a. ’SI MORTGAGES • HOME BUYERS • NEW OR DUCTING HOMES • NEW HOME CONSTRUCTION • INTERIM * PERMANENT FINANCING • REFINANCE . 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Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, die FBI and die Internal Revenue Service, said Trinidad Martinez, Southwest director of die Federal Protective Service. “Not to the maximum level, but a more heightened level of security, certainly,” he said. “Security officers will be watching a little closer.” Said Richard Haynes, ATF special agent in charge in Houston: “We remind all of our employees that this is an anniversary that can prompt hostile actions by persons antagonistic to the federal government.” Since the Oklahoma City bombing, the U.S. government has committed about $1 IO 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 $174 million in die next 20 months, responding to a security review President Clinton ordered after the explosion. Security cameras, X-ray inspection and metal detectors have been common in federal courthouses for years. Within die next few months, they will be installed in larger federal office buildings, as well, Martinez said. In downtown Dallas, die lane of traffic closest to the curb has been cordoned off in front of die 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 alerted to be more watchful. Security always has been tight at the U.S. Bureau of Engraving and Printing Western Facility in north Fort Worth, die only place that prints $1, $5, $10 and $20 bills outside of Washington, D.C. “We have always been an extremely secure facility, so we didn’t have to add security in the past year,” said Margret Meacham, public affairs officer at die plant, which has a daily output averaging about 13 million notes. Edwards Underground Water District to give away plants Saturday Saturday, April 20 from IO am until noon, die Edwards Underground Water District will sponsor the third annual Spring Bloom Giveaway, lite first 250 people who stop by Schumacher's Hill Country Gardens will receive a free xenscape plant. Forty percent of summer water is applied outdoors, with tire majority used to maintain landscapes. One way to save up to 40 percent of the water used outside is to xenscape. This type of landscaping uses less water and needs less upkeep than traditional landscapes. Xeriscaping is simply common tense 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 region’s soil and climate, many of which are beautiful and colorful and attract hummingbirds and butterflies. It is also watering only when needed and watering thoroughly. In addition, KGNB-AM will be doing a live broadcast of “Around The House” on location. Host Bill Schumann will focus rat gardening. Volun teers from the Comal County Men's Gardening Club will be available to answer individual questions about landscapes and pass out free information xenscape. Schumacher’s Hill Country Gardens is located at 588 Highway 1863 in New Braunfels. For more information on the Spring Bloom Giveaway, call the Edwards District at (800) 292-1047. Ill "nu ^SHH| Jl] .<xted cw 'Ct ct*    cU&Ae&f Tues* Jam with Carlene Walker Til Relief Pirt) Wed* White Russian U Strawberry Daquiri Specials Thur*Al Barlow Sat* Painted Pony Call 629-331 1 For Pick-up Window % Margarita J RESTAURANT Elegant Dinning Fondues Open v^ue.-Sun. 11-2 pm & 5:30 pm-10 pm Closed Mondays Champagne Brunch Call for reservations 980-4396 j!731^laturaH3r^ r ’out/ieriMDood c J / un (tens Gardening ihe Organic Way April 11 (a) I pm Lu” <• t r <)' Sallay and It arr, tj , 1    tfood h fi ■    ' : ■ ; ’    , j and - , * '■. j: r I* < f jd O' I . I’ your f-n'drr Aho 'k'rt nj '■< j'lur,::-    frriil’/trri 1.” I tI'd c rf) a a -n    t    jt    a : ■ a *u and re a 'J , gardf-n Coli 60d '* da lur mu re information 658 I linda 5'n-f! • New Braunfels Sr‘fjuin Si C.incuii Rest. McQueeney Rd Gran/m s Meal Market Sts. Peter and Paul School uuh* mm Th* Mighty k W . SWM rn TBRILLZHO HIDES! MIDWAY! DAMES OF CHAVES! Unlimited Rides with $8 Wristband, purchased in advance at: - Sac-N-Pac Stores, H.E.B., Weest Supermarkets and Sis. Pater and Paul School. COMAL COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS-MAY 1-5 fHeat 'THm&et Open Monday - Saturday 8:30 - 6:00 p.m. 1 {)-M McQuoof it -y New Bruunff-Ie 210-625-35 I 0 7-Boone Center Cut U.S.D.A. Choice Chuck Steak 10 lbs or more NISI lh Country Style Pork Ribs Beef Cutlets MCube Steak” Choice U.S.D.A Boneless Roll Shoulder Clod Roast 4 to 5 lb average *rib Big IM,RC, 7-Up 8 Pack 20 oz Lean • Chuck Hamburger American Cheese $1 97 Cucumbers 4/for Avocados I49c each Ik 5 lb Bag Potatoes *l1# Milwaukee's Best &| Milwaukee’s Best Light 12 Pack 12 oz canal While supplies hist MARKET MADE I Beef Jerky Dry Sausage Head Cheese Blood Sausage BEST BEEP PRICE8 Frozen, Cut and Wrap 1/2 Beef 1.49 Hindquarter 1.63 Forequarter 1.39 Specials Good April 17- April 23, While Market Items Last ;