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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 16, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas 2-A ■ Herald-Zeitung ■ Wednesday, June 16,1993 Obituaries Ernest L “Spud" King Ernest L. “Spud” King of New Braunfels died Tuesday, June 15, at the age of 81. Funeral services have been scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Thursday, June 17, at Zocller Funeral Home in New Braunfels, with burial to follow in the Hoese Family Cemetery. Mr. King is survived by his wife Irma King whom he married in 1948 in Seguin. Mr. King was bom to Mr. Lawrence King and Minnie Ida Caviness on October 19,1911, in Dewitt County, Texas. He was retired from Mission Valley Mills where he worked as a mechanic, and lived in New Braunfels for nearly 50 years. Mr. King is survived by his wife Irma; son, Leroy Knodel of New Braunfels; sister, Minnie Bernhardt of New Braunfels; sister-in-law, Elrine Gully of New Braunfels; grandchildren Tammy and Timothy Knodel of New Braunfcls.Mr. King was preceded in death by daughter Aidice Knodel. Zo#N(f Funeral Hora# Edna Vogel Mrs. Edna Vogel, of Bulverde, died Tuesday, June 15, in Live Oak at the age of 91. Funeral services are scheduled for Thursday, June 17, at 11 a m. at Doep-penschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels. Burial will follow at the Vogel Cemetery on the Vogel Valley Ranch in Bulverde, Texas, officiated by Scott Webb. Mrs. Vogel, bom of Hermann Wei-dner and Elise Classen on May 13, 1902, in Wetmore, Texas, was preceded in death bv her husband. Arthur Vogel, who died in 1978. The two were married in November, 1930. Mrs. Vogel is survived by son Hermann Vogel of Bulverde; sisters Myitha Gersdorff and Gertrude Dugosh of San Antonio; and grandson H.J. Vogel of Bulverde. Visitation will begin today, Wednesday June 16, at ll am. and will continue until service time on Thursday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home DotfppMwetwnklt Funeral Home Sue Baggett Mrs. Sue Baggett of Canyon Lake, died Friday, June 11 at the age of 77. Funeral services were Monday, June 14, at tire Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in Canyon Lake, and burial followed in the Fischer Cemetery, officiated by the Rev. Thomas Stephenson of Quitman, Texas. Mrs. Baggett was bom to John C. Bloxom and Addie Hodges on December, I 1915 in Falls County, Texas. She was married to Otis Baggett in Falls County, Texas on November 19, 1936. A former resident of Corpus Christi, Mrs. Baggett lived in Canyon Lake for two years. She taught school in the Corpus Christi School District for 15 years and was a member of the Texas Association of Retired Teachers. Mrs. Baggett is survived by her husband Otis of Canyon Lake. DmppmimIviiMI New Braunfels Chamber responds to closure of local Kroger store By GARY P. CARROLL News Editor With the news that Kroger Food Stores are pulling out of the San Antonio area, including New Braunfels, Chamber of Commerce Executive Vice President Michael Meek said continued efforts to attract new industry to tire area must be maintained. Meek said that the loss of approximately IOO jobs from the local Kroger store, coupled with the projected closing of the West Point Pepperell Iselin Plant and the loss of its 300 employees, will have a definite and direct eco nomic impact on New Braunfels which has enjoyed one of the lowest unemployment rates in the state thus far in 1993. “I’ve heard there’s an average of 110 employees at each (Kroger) store, which would put them in the top 25 employers in the county,” Meek said. “Anytime an employer that size shuts down, it takes a tremendous amount of payroll dollars out of the community and keeps them from rolling over.” Meek said closures such as the Iselin plant and Kroger are the reason the chamber works hard to stimulate economic development and industrial growth in the area, and equated the job with attempting to fill a bucket with water when there is a hole in the bucket. Meek said it is important for those involved with economic development to continuously look for ways to attract new industry in order to maintain current levels of employment. “If we had no industrial development program in the community things would not stay the same — they would go backwards,” Meek said. “We hate to see the Kroger employees unemployed, as well as the Iselin plant workers, and we hate to lose the dollars. That’s why we must be vigilant in attracting new industry and maintaining steady growth to keep the tax rate where it is and maintain our way of life." Meek said currently the chamber has no pending deals and most recently lost an Indiana-based company to the Dallas area, but efforts to continue to attract business is an on-going one. He said at any given time the chamber has 30- to- 40 “suspects” on their list to pitch New Braunfels to. Weather Today — Partly cloudy with a chance of isolated evening thunderstorms. Highs in the 90s, lows in the 70s. Thursday — Early morning clouds, then partly cloudy with a chance of showers. Highs in the 90s, lows in the 70s. Friday — Cloudy with chance of showers. Highs in the 90s, lows in the 70s. Saturday — Cloudy. Highs in the 90s, lows in 70s, with thunderstorms possible late. Water Watch Comal River.................................................................456    ft Edwards Aquifer......................................................629.07    ft Canyon Lake inflow....................................................243    cfs Canyon Lake outflow.................................................384    cfs Lake level................................................................908.09    ft Information for Water Watch is provided daily by officials with New Braunfels Utilities and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Stammtisch Child Care Training Program A child care training conference designed for individuals who work with pre-school children is scheduled for Saturday, June 26 at Lone Star Primary School in New Braunfels. The conference is sponsored by the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. Pre-registraion fee is S3, and the day of the conference is S5. Forms are available in the extension service office at 132 S. Water Lane; or call 625-9178. Traffic Light Upgrades The City of New Braunfels will be upgrading the trafic controllers under the Traffic Light Synchronization Program on the following intersections from Monday, June 14, at 8 a.m. through Friday, June 18 at 5 p.m. San Antonio and Castelli Coll and Castell; Union and San Antonio; Union and Common.The traffic lights will be taken out of service during that time frame, so all intersections will be controlled with all-way stop signs. Please excercise caution when travelling through these intersections. NARFE The National Association fo Retired Federal Employees Chapter No. 666 will have its regular meeting at the Senior Citizens Center on Friday, June 18, at 9:30 a m. Patricia Anderson Rasor, county extension agent with the U.S. Deportment of Agriculture, home economics, who will speak on food bacteria and other important topics. Women’s Fellowship Due to the building program in progress, the Women’s Fellowship of First Protestant Church will not sponsor the "Christmas in July” bazaar in 1993. We look forward to bigger and ADULT WATCH, INC. _****"*,a*    More    than    just    sitters. I VI ffssaalflaseiV Providing concerned reliable care at: V home V hospital nursing home Adult Watch schedules assistance for yourself or a loved one, and provides a caregiver who will meet your needs for personalized care. Locally owned and operated. Call for more information: 620-5050 so Aa PAUL HARST Has been named District Manager in the Connie Myers Agency for Modern Woodmen of America offering a complete selection of Life Insurance and Annuities CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE Exctllant opportunities are available for qualified persons seeking insurance sales positions with a growing life insurance organization. Complete training with immediate income and excellent benefit*. For interview write and sand resume to Paul Harst, Suite 104A, 4615 Walzem Road, Sen Antonio, Texas 78218 Telephone (210) 590-4741. MODERN WOODMEN __ »    WUMxtt    MMT* better in 1994. Old Gruene Market Days Old Greene Market Days is back for its monthly extravaganza of Hill Country artists and craft vendors who gather to sell their wares on the grounds of the Guadalupe Winery. Visitors are encouraged to stroll through historic Gruene and take advantage of free entertainment on Saturday at Greene Hall with Tracy Lynn from I p.m. to 5 p.m. and Rusty Wier playing from 9 p.m. to I a.m. Optimist Club The New Braunfels Optimist Club will meet at 6:30 p.m., Monday, June 21, at Finkel’s Salad Bar and Grill. Guest speaker will be Rod Wells, administrative director and manager of Eden Home. He will discuss the benefits of the home, as well as the availability of cottages and apartments and investment in them. NBHS Reunion The New Braunfels High School 40th class reunion for the class of 1953 will be at 4:30 p.m. at the Senior Citizens Center. Greenes Crossing Band will be performing for the reunion-goers* enjoyment. Class members who have not received registration letters or know of others who have not, call Shirley Hayes at 620-4543, or write 405 E. Zink, New Braunfels; or call Harvey at 625-2509. Summer Youth Employment AACCX) summer youth employment and training program is accepting applications for 4 to 6 weeks of temporary work Several slots are available for 16-21 year-olds, and applications for 14 and 15-year-olds are being accepted for the applicant pool. To apply, stop by the AACCX) office at 358 Landa St., Monday through Friday, or at the Canyon Lake Action Center on Tuesdays from I p.m. to 4 p.m. Call 10800-707-2949 or 629-29489 for more information. VARIABLE RATE LOANS 7.70% RURAL REAL ESTATE AND RURAL RESIDENCE ■ LONG-TERM FINANCING UP TO 35 YEARS ■ NO PREPAYMENT PENALTY ■ ONE POINT CLOSING FEE ■ FUNDS HELD ACCOUNTS AVAILABLE ■ FIXED RATE LOAN PLANS AVAILABLE- Repriced Weekly _ SOUTH CENTRAL TEXAS Federal [AND flANK ASSOCIATION rn OF SAN MARCOS 317 North rredriduburg Street Sam Marcos, Texas 392-3666 Annual percentage rate! are 7 79% to 8.06% dependng on length of contract. VbdaOie rates are subject to change. R & H Stores S|>cciul» 6/16/93 through 6/23/93 Iii case of print error, Store prices prevail Locally Owned & Operated Since 1946 father's Day Gift Ideas Straights & Blends Scotch & Rum 750ml Turkey Rare Breed 109.8*27.99 1.75U Dewar s Wht Label 80° ....27.49 1.75U Johnnie Walker Red 80° ..27.49 1.75U Ushers Scotch 80°............17.99 ■ TRAVEL m 1.7511 Wild Turkey 101°.............27.89 j 1.75U WL Weller 90°................20.99 il.751t Canadian Club 80°...........18.49 Special Airfare To Germany Travel between May 9 and Aug. 30 (return travel complete by Aug. 30) Stay as long as you want (at least seven days) - one price. 629-2215 133 Landa Street 1.7511 Evan Williams Blk 90° ....16.49 1.75b Southern Comfort 80°......16.69 751t Seagrams 7-80'*................14.49 751t Kessler 80°.......................13.99 1.7511 Canadian Mist 80°............13.99 1.75H Windsor Canadian 80°.....13.49 1.75UJTS Brown 36°...............12.99 1.75U Kentucky Tavern 80°.......12.99 \1.751t Canadian LTD80° ll.49 1.75b Ancient Agr Blend 80° ....10.99 ^ Salvador's Margarita Cktls 4Pk 4.99 330 LANDA 625-8041 1.7511 Scoresby 86°....................17.99 1.751t Crawford's Scotch 80°......16.49 1.75U Highland Mist 80°............16.29 1.751t Cluny Scotch 80°.............14.99 1.7511 Bacardi Lt/Dk 80°............17.99 1.75U Cruzan Rum 80°...............12.69 750rr! Pusser's Rum 95.5°..........14.99 1.75U Ron Rio Rum 80°.............10.99 Bacardi Breeders 4Pk_5.79 jack Daniels Country Coolers 4 Pk.... 5.99 Cuervo Margarita Cktls 4 Pk.... 5.79 Our friendly smiles and service are also available at our new store - "Liquor on the Loop" Vodka, Gin & Tequila i.751t Stohchnaya 80°................25.99 1.75U Smirnoff 80°.....................15.99 1.7511 Popov Vodka 80°...............9.99 1.75U Heaven Hill Vodka 80°......8.99 1.75H Tanqueray Gin 94.6°........27.49 1.75U Booth’! Gin 90°................13.99 1.751t Gordon s Gin 80°..............12.99 1.75U Fleischmanns Gin 80*.....10.99 1.75U Cuervo Gold 80°..............28.59 750ml Sza Conmemorativo 80° .15.99 1.75U Pancho Villa Teq. 80°......1149 1.75b Chris. Bros. Brandy 80° 17.89 1.751t Heublein Gold Marg. PhL________9.99 375ml Kahlua 53° w/ Coffee Cake________________9.49 1662 Loop 337 @ River Rd. 629-7450 GRANZIN'S MEAT MARKET J.wM    1644    McQueeney    Rd. 625-3510 I moII'ZL MKT MADE BEEF JERKEY DHY SAUSAGE, HEAD CHEESE BLOOD SAUSAGE, Fresh hicken Leg ‘A's 35 ^or more i. 27 Fully Cut Boneless Choice Beef Roundsteak Cutlet (AQ IO lbs or more 039 039 Zj lb. Zj lb. Ground Lean Chuck Hamburger Bibs "I I I 89 lb. or more irg< 7T —UL Milwaukee's Best & Best Light 12 pack 8 30 6 OO Monday thru Saturday Custom Slaughtering lues Only Fresh Fryers 53 Farm Raised Boneless Catfish Filets O 69 lb. Shoulder Roast Hormel 95% Fat Free Cooked I 49 Ham J. ib. Mkt Fresh Beef & Pork Sausage I 69 'on- I 79 I lb. orn”re I lb. Country Style Pork Ribs I 39 JL lb. Coke, Sprite, Tab, A&W, Sunkl8t, Dr. Pepper t 59 6-12oz. cans-*- PEST BEEF PRICES Specials Good Wed. June 16th thru June 22nd HOMEMADE I 1 v«*t Sausage I load Cheese* Blood Sausage Italian Sausage.1 Frozen, Cut and Wrap 7* Beef    1.55 Hindquarter    1.73 Forequarter    1.45 ;