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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunf Texas December Offices post holiday schedules i i LESLIE Louis Texas Militia and Benton Willard inspect one of the black powder rifles which i yvill be used in tonights celebration City plans festivities for Sesquicentennial year Say goodbye to the old and blast in the new Sesquicentennial year with tonights special activities on Main Sponsored by the Chamber of Com merce Sesquicentennial celebrations will begin at 11 at the where Arlen Tieken will direct the Community Band for about 30 The Heritage Chorale will perform on the courthouse steps at and at committee chair man Fred Willard will speak Black powder musket shots will count down the end of the old year and a small cannon blast will mark the beginning of the new The Heritage Chorale will lead the crowd singing Auld Lang Syne and Walter Faust will play the cour thouse Balloons will be distributed to the crowd to release at and hot apple cider will be sold in Ses quicentennial The New Years Eve celebration marks the beginning of a year full of Sesquicentennial activities honoring the states 150th Weather Comal Canyon inflow Canyon outflow Ed wards Aquifer Canyon Lake level Texas A weak Pacific front moving southward through Texas early to day brought colder temperatures statewide and dense fog that promp ted travelers advisories along the middle Gulf coast and lower Rio Grande The front extended from Tex arkana through Waco and westward to San Angelo at 4 the National Weather Service Temperatures behind the front fell into the 30s over the Panhandle and High Plains and the 40s across most of North Central Ahead of the very moist air kept temperatures in the 50s and 60s over south and south Central low clouds and fog covered much of Southeast the coastal plains and the lower Rio Grande Locally dense fog reduced visibility along the coast and lower valley to near prompting a travelers ad the National Weather Service Scattered heavy thunderstorms also developed along the upper coast from near Galveston eastward into Skies elsewhere were generally fair with only high level cloudiness noted over parts of West Winds were north at 10 to 15 mph across the northern half of the state and light south to southwest except for the guadalupe mountains of West Southwest winds approached 40 mph in moun tain It should be generally to partly cloudy statewide through Highs were expected from the lower down 5 down 8 cfs same down down 50s north to the lower 80s in extreme southern Low tonight should range from the mid 20s in the Panhandle to the mid 50s in the Forecast North Texas Generally fair through New Year Lows tonight 34 to Highs New Year Day 57 to South Texas Generally fair all sections tonight and New Years Turning cooler over all but extreme over the remainder of area Lows tonight in the 40s most mid 30s Hill Coun Low and mid 50s extreme Highs New Years Day mostly in the near 70 extreme East Texas Fair tonight and New Years Low mid High near Light and variable West Texas Mostly fair tonight and generally sunny on Highs Wednesday low 50s north to the lower 70s extreme Lows tonight mid 20s Panhandle and southwest valleys to the lower 30s Port Arthur to Port OConnor South wind near 15 knots this morn to north near is knots this Northeast wind 10 to 15 knots Seas 4 to 6 feet through Areas of dense log near shore this causing a hazard to marine Otherwise mostly cloudy today with scattered generally fair tonight and Wednes Port OConnor to Brownsville Wind shifting to north 10 to 15 knots continuing Seas 3 to 5 4 to 6 feet Areas of dense fog near possibly caus ing a hazard to marine Widely scattered showers mainly Shop at the Store with the Eagle on the Door CENTER THINK FOR ALL YOUR TRAVEL AT NO EXTRA COST V JO iMQMmo cm Featured os your APAMtAiQtOAlP City Hlill New Btauflfels City Mail will be closed today1 and New Years fhere willbe HO Crash pickup on thosedaysri f fj Courthouse Comal Cfjunty Courthouse Will be closed today and New Yeaf s Utilities New Braunfels Utilities will be closed New Years Comal ISD All nine campuses at Comal ISD erased will be etosed through the tax office will be open from 8 the tax office will be closed New Year s bay and will reopen 2 at Tax office hours In January will be to 5 The Page 12 Deaths Melvifi Thompson Services for Melvin of 760 Comal in New will be at 11 Thursday at Savanah Baptists Church in Marion With the Alexander Shepherd of San An tonio Burial will follow in Guadalupe Valley Memorial difed 30 at Village oaks Regional in Live Thompson was born to Byron and Bell nee Williams in He married Naomi neeBailey Thompson in Jacksonville on July He was New Braunfels resident for more than 30 was a custodian for Entex and a member of Savanah Baptist Survivors include his wife Naomi Thompson of New BraUhfels one Majoyce Thompson of New Braunfels two Melvin Thomp artd George Lester Thomp both of New Braunfels and six Services are under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Marshall Ray Services for Marshall of 1687 81 East in New will be at 10 Tuesday at Eastside Baptist Church with the Jimmy Flyn Burial will be in Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery at died 28 in Brooke Army Medical Ray was born 1914 to William Bonnie and Jessie Kathrine nee Coleman Ray in He married Zola nee Blacketer Ray in Ray was a resident of New Braunfels for 10 He was retired from the He was a member of the Eastside Baptist Church and Survivors include Zola Ray of New Braunfels four Sharon Norris of Universal City and Alice Mona Dresher and Jane all of New Braunfels one Steven Ray of Dallas one sister Ruth Washington of Chicago and 12 Services are under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Floyd Simms Talman Graveside services for Floyd Simms of Box 3 in New will be at Tuesay at Fort Sam Houston National died 28 at his Talman Was born April 1933 in Refugio to Frank Floyd and Martha Cordelia nee Mitchum He lived in New Braunfels for 11 He was retired from the military and a member of the American Legion Post He was a veteran of the Vietnam Survivors include his Mar tha Cordelia Talman of New Braunfels two Doris Talman Hutchinson and Lenora Alice Hut both of New Braunfels and one brother James Patrick Talman of New Memorials may be made to the Cancer Services are under the direction of Zoeller Funeral Robert Edward Bobby Jones Private graveside services for Robert Edward Bobby of 1313 Fieldcrest in New will be at 3 Tuesday at Peter and Paul Catholic Cemetery with the William Barrow of died 28 at Humana Metropolitan Hospital in San Jones was born in Kyle to George and Berthd Herzog He married Rose Marie nee Revard Jones in Jones was a retired postal clerk and rural mail He was a New Braunfels resident most of his He was a member of the New Braunfels Pigeon Club and the National Rifle Jones served three years in the Army during World War He served in the South Survivors include his Rose Marie Jones of New Braunfels two Michael Jones of Conroe and Joey Jones of Saltier and three He was proceeded in death by one Robert Todd Jones in Honorary pallbearers will be member of the New Braunfels Pigeon Club and Jones fellow employees at the Post Memorials may be given to the American Heart Services are under the direction of Doeppenschmidt Funeral Ellen Baker Taylor Survivors of Ellen Baker of 800 Frederlcksburg Road in New will be at Thurs day at George Lewis Sons Funeral Home in Houston with the Claude Barker and Dick DaVies Burial will follow at Woodlawn Garden of died 23 at McKehna Memorial Taylor was born July 1921 to Ogle and LUla nee Corbett Baker in Sipe She married Lloyd Taylor on June in Survivors Include her Lloyd Taylor of New Braunfels Lula Corbett Baker of Houston two Luella Fowler of and Betty Fischer of New Braunfels six grand children and two great was preceded in death by one Ogle Laird Josephine Fuenfes Velasquez Services for Josephine Fuentes of 154 Torrey in New will be at at Morales Funeral Home with continu ing services at Our Lady of Perpetual Help The Joe Audit will Burial will follow in Peter and Paul Catholic died 29 at McKenna Memorial She was born March 1939 in New Braunfels to Andres and Juanita nee Ledesma She was a lifetime resident of New She was a seamstress for Lizann Dress She was a member of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Survivors include two Josie Velasquez and Mary Jane both of New Braunfels seven Maria Frances Janie Barboza and Rosie all of New Connie Rendon and Aurora both of and Manuela Reyna of Abernathy one Charlie Fuentes of New Braunfels and two Pallbearers will be Arnold Ren Andy Johnny Lee Julian and Ruben Rosary was recited at Monday at Morales Funeral Honoray Pallbearers will be Joe Fuentes and Arnold WORLD OF FABRICS ANNUAL NEW YEARS QAY SALE 1 WEDNESDAY NE DAY ONLY PATTERNS WITH FABRIC PURCHASE ONLY LIMIT b OUR COMPLETE SELECTION QUALITY FABRICS ENTIRE STOCK OF FABRICS ONLY Except Special Ordored Fabrics Just think You can buy any fabric m the store at great savings during ihis fantastic sale Come early for best selection L J New WwW tf Fuhi on f WORLD Keeping the fabric irtttjiiton iff Viking
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