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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 2, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Message(15 words or less) What an inexpensive way tell your loved ones A how much cavelii Herald-Zeitung O Friday, February 2,1996 Obituaries Snow, icing make travel hazardous across the state By The Associated Press » Sleet and snow fell across Texas Snarly today as a fresh shipment of arctic air headed toward the state, promising to drag temperatures into the low •Teens by tonight. \ As far south as Corpus Christi, on jthe Gulf Coast, freezing drizzle was jjeportcd at 2 a.m. today, with temperatures holding steady at the freezing Spoint of 32 degrees, r In the Dallas-Fort Worth area, little ’precipitation fell during the day on | Thursday, but sleet fell late in the night, I turning into snow early today, j' Instead, it was South Texas that got .the worse of the winter storm on Thursday. All freeways, interstates and some major thoroughfares in San Antonio jwere closed by IO p.m. Thursday, with Access roads open. I San Antonio Police Chief Al Philip-J)us urged the city’s residents people to Jstay home today unless it was absolutely necessary they venture out and Risked employers to be tolerant about Jate arrivals. Non-essential city Employees were being told to come >o work at 11 a.m. J More than 700 accidents were report-led 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 1-35 was shut down because of slick conditions. It was opened after noon, but traffic moved at a slow pace throughout the city. In Killeen, more than 200 wrecks were reported. 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 Jr., 64, of Schertz, Texas, was laid to rest Feb. 2, 1996 at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park following services at New Braunfels Christian Church. He died Jan. 30 happily working on his car. He was a 20-year resident of Schertz. Survivors include three daughters, Vicky Beber, of Laplace, La., Shirley E. Shoe, of Norfolk, Va., and Robbie Scheel, of Boerne, Texas; one son, Russell T. Reaves, of Schertz; five sisters, 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, Kan., and Leslie Reaves, of Austin; and seven grandchildren, Jason, Amber, Sara and Felicia 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 McKenna Memorial Hospital at the age of 82. A funeral service will be held Monday, Feb. 5, 1996 at 3 p.m. at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home with interment following at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Msgr. Edward Bily will officiate the services. Visitation will begin at 8 a.m. Sunday and continue until service time on Monday. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Legion Post #179 welfare fund or to the VFW Post #7110 welfare fund. Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Oaf Aristo will be one year old Saturday! We love you!! 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Zipp • New Braunfels • (210) 625-1116 Friday, Feb. 2nd    Sat/Sun otf* Don Maynard ' Pooi*Daits*Hoiseshoes C/W Stnger/9ongwrtter 8-1 lpm HomwitiadeChlH/Stew Special EffrCRTAIMMETfr DAILY • rood • Beer • Sodas • Ice Pool • Darts • Cards • Dominos • Juke Box • Lighted Horseshoe Pit (Tournament Every Sat.) • Laundromat Available February Fun Hights Sign up now for: Wed. - Dart League Thurs. - Pool League enfant Includes lour course meal, our French house wine, dessert & col fee for two guests Excludes tax & gratuity 27315 Natural Bridge Caverns Rd. 980-4396 Tuesday through Thursday . Reservations only USING YOUR BEALLS CHARGE PAYS! Charge SKX) or more to your Bealls account each mo and you'll be rewarded with a $5 gift certificate from our Frequent Buyer Reward Program,Hjst ymmr low pubk<Q 'with & hsmt-skmifmdli i I Bring by or send in this form I with a check for $8.00 to: I The Herald-Zeitung I Attn: Retail Advertising I P.O. Drawer 311328 I New Braunfels, TX 78131-1328. Valentines will be published In the Herald-Zeitung on February 14th. SALE! WRANGLER .!EANS 19.99 & 21.99 51 Inexpensive toy 54 Cozy place to sit 57 Marketplace 58 Chicago area 59 Salute 60 Is a tenant 61 Green vegetable 62 Summit 63 Outfit 64 Rushed 65 Plateau DOWN 1 Take a — at 2 Deli purchase 3 Wrong 4 Ultimate 5 Coverlet 6 Grill 7 Phoenician deity 8 Opposed 9 Lady from Madrid 10 Circus performers 11 Tolerate 12 Misplaces 13 Jugs 21 Greek island 22 Subjects of memoirs 24 Ballpark official 26 House inBEALLS PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVEDWangler Cotton denim for real cowboys - Wrangler* 13MWZ Cowboy Cut jeans and 936 Slim Fit Boot Cut jeans. Indigo, reg. 22.00, now 19.99. Black, reg. 28.00, now 21.99. Waist sizes 29-38. Men's Sportswear. 1-26-96 O 1996, United Feature Syndicate Tijuana 27 "Ponderosa" brother 28 Bass or soprano 29 Early Cosby show 31 Arithmetic word 32 Hearth 33 Coffee vessels 34 Take a break 37 Stick together 38 One of the Barrymores 43 Sailor’s “yes" 44 Warns 45 Swamp 46 Inclined 47 Grassy area 48 Bar dnnk I 49 Make up (for) 50 Shoulder wrap 52 Types 53 Motel freebie 55 Goals 56 Entreaty 59 — and eggs ;

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