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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 2, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas g ftHeraldZeitung 0 Friday February Snow icing make travel hazardous across the state By The Associated Press SIcct and snow fell across Texas tarty today as a fresh shipment of arc tic air headed toward the state promis ing to drag temperatures into the low ftcens by tonight l As far south as Corpus Christi on jJthe Gulf Coast freezing drizzle was ijrcportcd at 2 today with temper feturcs holding steady at the freezing fipoint of 32 degrees In the DallasFort Worth area little fell during the day on j Thursday but sleet fell late in the night turning into snow early today I nstead it was South Texas that got jthe worse of the winter storm on Thursday All freeways interstates and some major thoroughfares in San Antonio closed by 10 Thursday with Access roads open J San Antonio Police Chief Al Philip Jms urged the citys residents people to Jstay home today unless it was absolute Jy necessary they venture out and fcsked employers to be tolerant about Jate arrivals Nonessential city Employees were being told to come jto work at 11 J More than 700 accidents were report Jed on San Antonio freeways and roads on Thursday 116 of them major Nine police cars were involved in accidents Temperatures in San Antonio on Thursday ranged between 27 and 30 Traffic backed up for miles in Austin on Thursday An express bridge on 135 was shut down because of slick conditions It was opened after inoon but traffic moved at a slow pace ithroughout the city In Killeen more than 200 wrecks were reported ON WALLPAPER IMPERIAL 48 Books to choose from Rhoads Interiors 943 N Walnut Ave 6253477 Texas Oldest Dance Hall Friday Night Feb 2 Rhythm Rats Saturday Feb 3 Wimbertey Volunteer Fire Antt 15 Saturday Night Caliche Pirly Sunday Feb 4 Ponty Bone the Squeezetones Coming Feb 10 Jimmy LaFave For Information Call 60612H1 Obituaries George Thomas Reaves Jr When life is gone and the spirit parts Our memories live on deep within our hearts His love remains the most precious gift That fills our loss however great the rift We love him so and forever will Our papa father and friend lives in us still Always remembered George Thomas Reaves 64 of Schertz Texas was laid to rest Feb 2 1996 at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park following services at New Braun fels Christian Church He died Jan 30 happily working on his car He was a 20year resident of Schertz Survivors include three daughters Vicky Beber of Laplace Shirley E Shoe of Norfolk and Robbie Scheel of Boerne Texas one son Russell T Reaves of Schertz five sis ters Mrs Anna Caddell and Mrs Lucy Soechting both of New Braunfels Mrs Christine Clawson Mrs Dale Morgan and Mrs George Whisenant all of Austin two brothers Welton Reaves of Topeka and Leslie Reaves of Austin and seven grand children Jason Amber Sara and Feli cia Beber Stacy and Stefanie Shoe and Cory Scheel Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Ernest W Shar Ernest W Shar who resided at Another Alternative Personal Home Care in New Braunfels passed away Wednesday Jan 31 1996 at McKen na Memorial Hospital at the age of 82 A funeral service will be held Monday Feb 5 1996 at 3 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with interment following at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Msgr Edward Bily will officiate the services Visi tation will begin at 8 Sunday and continue until service time on Monday Memorial contributions may be made to the American Legion Post welfare fund or to the VFW Post welfare fund Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home will be one year old Saturday We love you Mom Dad Grandmas Grandpas Tia Tio Cousins Luis Alberto Ramos 121 E Zipp Hew Braunfels 210 6251116 Dbn 81 1pm Homwmade Special Food Beer Sodas Icie Pool Darts Cards Juke Box Lighted Horseshoe Pit Tournament Every Laundromat Available February Fun Nights Sign up now for Wed Dart League Thurs Pool League Includes lour course meal our French house wine dessert cofree for two guests Excludes tax gratuity 27315 Natural Bridge Gaverns Rd 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