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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 2A New Braunf els April Deaths Lora Moor Serviced for Lora Moor of 153 Pennsylvania will be at 10 Monday at First Baptist with Gordon Graham of New Braunfels Entombment will follow in Sunset Memorial Park Mausoleum in San James Marion and all deacons of First Baptist Church will serve as honorary died Friday at Southwest Texas Methodist Born on 1911 in she was the daughter of John Melvin and Symantha nee Cryer On June in she married Charles They became residents of New Braunfels in She was the former owner of the Mom and Tot and served as church hostess of the First Baptist where she was a She also belonged to the Good Sam She is survived by her Charles and Bill both of New Braunfels Percy Melvin Hollomon of Neches five and one great Memorials may be given to the City cleanup The citywide trash cleanup continues Monday and Tuesday as two more sections of town will be covered by street crews picking up extra such as lawn dog and general lawn Refuse should be out on the street by 7 the day of If you have any call 625 The pickup will continue April and Public records CONVICTIONS County CourtatLaw Ron presiding judge William 2928 East 13th failure to a Gary Route Box Canyon Driving While Intoxicated sentenced to 60 days in jail on work and drivers license Jesse 1650 possession of an illegal 30 days in jail with credit for time and a Carlos 554 Driving While License Suspended three days in jail with and a Ruben 635 criminal a Arturo 840 Simon 60 days in probated for two and a Rodolfo Luna 772 60 days in probated for two and a BIRTHS McKenna Memorial Hospital Samuel and Rosemary Route Box New 8 April Scott and Dana Box New 7 April James and Belynda Box 11 April Jim and Sue 881 Rock David and Lucrecia Route Box New 7 4 April Richard and Dora 321 6 9 April Wolfgang and Carolyn 1017 Mission 9 9 April Outoftown Born to the and Ronald Krueger of 8 9 April Paternal grandparents are and Kermit Krueger of New Maternal grand parents are and Alfred Rehling of Born to Patrick and LaVerne Welborn of 8 6 April Paternal grandmother is William Welborn of and maternal grandparents are and Werner Rahe of New MARRIAGES County Clerks Office Raymond Alvin Jentsch and Rose Ludtke Michael Eugene Rohan and Peggy Sue Henry Boessling and Judy Truitt Faust Rachelle Parker and Julie Elizabeth Aniceto Cortes Martinez and Dolores Larry Gene Kunkel and Jacquelyn Knight Jon Lawrence Wilson and Karen Hope Patrick Henry Post and Carla Sue Antonio Nino Gonzalez and Mary Jane James Michael Vollrath and Marian Loeschman Rolando Martinez and Corina Frank Michael Garcorz and Patricia Louise Michael Duane Moore and Jayne Leigh Mario Alberto Valadez and Martha Ann Manuel Flores and Orlia Her David Ortiz and Maria Ernestina Walter Richard Cook and Dorothy Lusk Charles William Edwards and Ella Acuff Charles William Visonhaler and Nancy Ruth Preston Boyd Roskamp and Julia Elaine David Glenn Heaton and Earline May Raul Delgado and Esther Scott DIVORCES County CourtatLaw Ron presiding judge Juan and Dolores Joyce and Frances Lee and Lloyd Linda Wise and David Maria Alicia and Alberto Jayne and Royce Nancy Dominguez and David Georgiana and Russel Leonel Riojas and Juanita 274th District Court Fred presiding judge Ray Julian and FELONIES Municipal Court David presiding judge Santiago 114 Chavez San theft over and less than Mary Ester 114 Chavez San theft over and less than Edward Diaz 941 San theft over and less than Feliciano 115 San San theft over and less than County CourtatLaw Ron presiding judge Domingo Rodriguez 383 aggravated assault on a peace Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 presiding John Larry 1135 San burglary of a PROFESSIONAL DOESNT HAVE TO MEAN EXPENSIVE For the Affordable images interior design 140 castell new braunfels 6293966 HvraldZtitung USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX 78131 Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave KramerGeneral Manager Claude Shirlene Thornton Office Manager Robert Charles Borman Advertising Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager Carol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor j Patricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX First Baptist Church Building Her remains will lie in state at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home from noon today until Walter Webb Hartmann Services will be at 2 Monday at Zoeller Funeral Home for Walter Webb of 857 The Linwood Kennedy of New Braunfels will and burial will be in Comal Hart mann died at Saturday at McKenna Memorial Hospital where he had been hospitalized for five He was born on April in New Braunfels to Adolph and Marie nee Thiele On he married Paula nee Beck mann who died on March A lifetime he was a retired clerk for the MissouriKansasTexas and a member of the First Protestant United Church of He was a lifetime member of the Solms Bowling and also belonged to Elks Lodge 2279 and the Brotherhood of Railway Survivors include his Elaine and Walter Boobie Hartmann both of New Memorials may be given to the First Protestant United Church of Christ or the charity of ones Manuel Cardenas Manuel Cardenas of 2026 San Antonio died Saturday at Colonial Manor Nursing Home at the age of Visitation at Zoeller Funeral Home will be from this morning to 9 He was born on June 1908 in Mexico tto Francisco and Carmela Aviles and married Ramona Esquivel Cardenas on May 1937 He was a resident of New Braunfels since and painted billboards for May Hiway Display He was also af filiated with the Catholic He is survived by his Ramona Cardenas of New Braunfels two Edelmira Calera of and Carmen Sanchez of New Braunfels four Rafael Car Carlos Benito Cardenas and Fransisco all of Mexico and 28 MCorp earnings increase DALLAS AP MCorp reported slightly higher earnings in the first quarter of 1985 compared with the previous three company officials The Dallasbased bank holding company said it earned or 81 cents per in the first quarter of up from or 79 cents a share the previous three Figures for the last two quarters reflect the merger between Mer cantile Texas and Southwest Bancshares that last October created the states thirdlargest bank holding company with assets of BancTexas a Dallasbased holding company with 13 member reported net in come of or 5 cents per for the first quarter of Net income for the period included a gain of million from the sale of a subsidiary bank In the same quarter last net income was or 6 cents a Reflected in those earnings were securities and tax gains totaling more than BancTexas posted a loss of or 51 cents a in the final quarter of and a loss of or 40 cents a for the entire which operates 65 member reported net interest income of million for the first three months of reflecting a net in terest margin of Corresponding figures the previous three months were million and The Sentry motorcycle helmet Ahead of its Stateoftheart protection for only Because your safety is Dairyland County Mutual is making this great helmet of or The Sentry is aerodynamicaliy designed in louq polycarbonate for minimal resistance Bus you have an optically perfect shield and plush comfort liner The heimci meets or exceeds all Department of Transportation safety standards To learn more about this valuable offer just call us today And ask about s affordable flexible motorcycle insurance coverage WITTING 299 San Antonio New Texas 78130 Frank Witting Doug Miller Dairy Partly cloudy Monday with htghs in he mid 70s to mid West Texas Fair Sunday and Sunday night Sunny and watmer Highs Sunday ranging from near 70 north to 80 south and upper 80s Big Lows Sunday mghi mostly in the 50s Highs Monday in the 80s except low 90s Big Bend Port Arthur to Port OConnor Winds nor theast 10 to 15 knots Sunday and Sunday night Seas 3 to 5 eel Extended forecasts DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Lance Fifth Carl Schurz Elementary Texas Thunderstorms stretched across Texas late Saturday afternoon from the northeast corner of the state through the central sections and into far West The Panhandle and western High Plains also received rain as a weak cold front moved slowly Only the western sections of North Texas were the National Weather Service Winds were generally northerly at about 10 An 88degree temperature at McAllen was the states high Saturday On the other the high was 65 at Dalhart in the The forecast calls for more clouds and rain over much of Texas Sunday with mild tem In North skies will clear Sunday night and Monday with highs in the mid 70s to low 80s and overnight lows in the mid the weather service Scattered thunderstorms were expected in South Texas through Sunday with highs Sunday and Monday in the mid70s to mid80s and overnight lows in the 50s and low In West skies will clear Sunday with highs Sunday and Monday in the 70s and the weather service Overnight lows should be in the Forecasts North TexasiMostly fair Sunday night and Mild Sunday and Sunday night a bit warmer Highs Sunday 73 to Lows Sunday nighi 51 to Highs Monday 78 to South Texas Scattered thunderstorms east and south Sunday and Sunday night and partly cloudy Highs in the mid 70s to mid 80s and lows in the low 60s to low Port OConnor to Brownsville Winds northeast 10 to 15 knots Sunday and Sunday Seas Sunday 3 to 5 feet North Texas Chance of thunderstorms Lowest temperatuies in the 50s Highs in the South Texas Some late night and early morning cloudiness otherwise partly cloudy with isolated mainly afternoon or evening showers or Highs in the 70s and Lows in the 50s and The nation hail and fog descended on Michigan while severe thun derstorms pelted parts of Kansas Rain mixed with sleet and snow fell across Minnesota and eastern South A warm front moving across central Michigan spawned the unpredictable weather throughout the Freezing rain and snow fell in the upper hail was reported during a thunderstorm near and patches of dense fog lingered over central and western parts of the While temperatures hovered near freezing across upper readings soared into the 70s in the southern part Showers and thunderstorms were scattered over the midMississippi Valley from northeast Texas to pans of Florida and southeast The Tennessee and the Ohio Valley also got some reported nearly 2 inches of rain in six Dallas got more an inch and a Nearly 3 inches of rain was reported at Valley in a 24hour Skies were mostly cloudy over the northern Rockies and the Pacific Northwest It remained sunny and hot in the Temperatures around the nation at 2 ranged from 25 degrees at to 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