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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas December Helping hands V DERYL Lady of Perpetual Help Church teamed up with Comal County sheriffs deputies and New Braunfels Police Department officers to help 42 families for the Maria Oscar Richard Villarreal and Mat Monceballez delivered the packages Offices announce schedules for holidays City Hall New Braunfels City Hall will be closed Christmas Christmas New Years Eve and New Years There will be no trash pickup any of the four hoTidaysv Courthouse Comal County Courthouse will be closed Christmas Day and New Years Eve and New Years New Braunfels Utilities New Braunfels Utilities will be closed Christmas Day and New Years Comal ISD AH nine campuses at Comal ISD closed Friday and will be closed through The tax office closed at Friday and will be open from 8 to 4 on 30 and The tax office will be closed all day 1 and will reopen 2 at Tax office hours the month of January be to 5 The 1985 school taxes on real and per sonal property are due by New Braunfels ISD New Braunfels ISD and employees will return to school and work The tax of fice will follow the same Banks Texas Commerce Bank closes at 3 Christmas Eve and New Years Eve and will be closed all day on Christmas Day and New Years MBank New Braunfels closes at 2 Christmas will be closed both Christmas and New Years and will be open all day on New Years New Braunfels National Bank closes at 3 Christmas will be closed both Christmas and New Years Day and will be open all day on New Years New Braunfels Savings and Loan closed Christmas Eve at 1 and will be closed Christmas Day and New Years but will be open all day on New Years HeraldZeitung The HeraldZeitung will close at 5 on Christmas Eve and New Years Eve and will be closed Christmas Day and New Years when subscribers will receive a mor ning The circulation office will be open from 711 on Christmas Weather Texas Forecasters looked for cold temperatures across Texas on Christmas Day but no snow as a blast of arctic air approached the state A weak cool front had moved across most of the state before dawn Mostly fair skies were noted behind the while some clouds were noted ahead of the fron that ex tended from Houston to Sari Antonio and Del Fog in far South Texas dropped visibilities to a quarter of a mile at Brownsville and two miles at McAllen early Behind the predawn temperatures were mostly in the 30s and while readings in the 50s dominated the rest of Temperatures at 4 ranged from 30 at Lubbock to 56 at A blast of arctic air was expected to bring colder conditions in time for although forecasters said no rain or snow was on Early morning temperatures were expected to dip into the 20s from the Panhandle and South Plains into North and Central Texas by dawn Readings in the 30s and 40s were forecast for the rest of the Forecast North Texas Cold tonight and Mostly cloudy north and west tonight and fair Mostly fair Lows 21 to Highs 32 to South Texas Mostly windy and colder Fair and cold Lows 20s north and 30s to 42 Highs 40s north to 50s West Texas Colder tonight with in creasing low cloudiness eastern sec Partly cloudy to cloudy and cool Lows mostly in the Highs 40s and Port Arthur to Port OConnor Small craft advisory in Nor therly winds increasing to 25 to 30 knots with higher gusts tonight and continuing Seas 7 to 10 feet Partly cloudy from your Friends at ARLON KOEHLER GARAGE WE WILL BE CLOSED 25th THRU 30th 395 Uaion HOUD DODGE VAN Navy Automatic Transmis Driver and Seating 6 maximum engine power payload capacity Dealer Stock SALES PRICE m BECKER MOTOR COMPANY 547 SEQUIN NB 6353463 6587434 Deaths Maria Camareno Services for Maria of 300 Laurel 510 In New will be at 10 Thurs day at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Burial will follow in Peter and Paul Catholic died 23 at her Camareno was born In Austin to Francisco and Christina nee Carednas She married Felix Camareno in New Braunfels in He died in Camareno was a seamstress at Cater Frock for Lizann Dress She was a member of Union Padres de Familla of New Braunfels and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Survivors Include four daughters Eladio Juarez of Lockhart and Eugene Christina Camareno and Elvia all of New Braunfels four sons Ramon Fred Manuel Camareno and Harry all of New Braunfels 25 grandchildren and 31 great Pallbearers will be Manuel Joe Richard Anthony Camareno and Robert Rosary will be recited at Wednesday at Zoelier Funeral Joe Ella Elmer Services for Joe nee Ella Eichenroht of New will be at 10 Thurs day at the First Protestant United Church of Christ with the Lin wood Kennedy of New Braunfels of Burial will be in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery at died 23 at her daughters home in Elmer was born 1918 jn New Braunfels to Albert She married Joe Elmer in New Braunfels on He died Elmer was a lifetime New Braunfels She was a legal She was a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ and Eastern Gruene Extension Service Club and the Optlmistlcs Survivors Include two Margo Ball of Austin and Joella Schlndler of San Antonio one step Olivia Relnlnger of San An tonio and three Visitation will be from 8 Tues day until Thursday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Memorials may be given to the American Cancer Society or the Eastern Star Retirement Olga Bertha Seekatz Services for Olga Bertha of 631 Lakeview in New were at Monday at Doep penschmidt Funeral Home with the Rodney Wells Burial was in Sunset Memorial Park in San died 21 at McKenna Memorial Seekatz was born 1897 in the Santa Clara community in Guadalupe County to Gustave and Hermine nee Wohlfarht She married Alwin Achterberg on June She married Otto Seekatz in New Braunfels on Seekatz preceded her in death in July She was a housewife and a member of the First Protestant United Church of Christ and the American Legion Survivors include one Elaine Achterberg Mortensen of River three Hilda Schumann of New Eliska Bornemann and Edna both of San Antonio four grandchildren and eight Memorials may be made to either the Eden Home or the First Protes tant United Church of Cr SCREEN 1 SCREEN 2 ROCKY SEEING IS BELIEVING DAILY r DISCOUNTS ROCKY SANTA AND ALL SNOWS MONDAY STARRING DUDLEY MOORE DAILY Climb ahead at your PUBLIC LIBRARY f May Your Holidays Be Brighter with a Special Holiday Gill for You and the entire from your hometown neighbors at First Federal Savings 4 Loan A Gift of Christmas Music AH your old your new A I iTe i Twentyfour hours of pure without commifcifls spirit of tfcfi music K6N8 TOST Ff PEBAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION of NfW IftAUNFOS
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