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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 17, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas                                2 A 0 HeraldZeitung q Sunday March Obituaries Dannie Lee gchlichting Dannie of New Braunfels died at his residence on Fri day March at the age of 57 He was born on January 2 1939 in New Braunfels to Alton Schlichting and Ivy B Meadows He was disabled Survivors include mother Ivy B jSchlichting of New Bruanfels and aunts uncles and cousins Funeral services will be held on Monday March at 10 at Me New Braunfels Christian Church with Rev Rick Bartlett officiating Burial will be at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Visitation continues until Monday at Doeppen schmidt Funeral Home in New Braun fels Memorials may be given to the American Heart Association Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Frank E Martinez Frank E Martinez of New Braun fels died at his residence on Friday March 15 1996 at the age of 83 Funeral services will be on Mon day March at at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Burial will be at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Visitation will be Sunday from 8 until 9 and Monday from 8 until at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home f Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Selma J Cook j Selma J Cook age 92 of New died Thursday March 15 1996 at McKenna Memorial Hospi tal She was born January in Shiner TX to Gustav Jaehne and Frie da Houschild Jaehne She married Walter Cook who preceded her in death in 1950 She was a member of hte St Paul Lutheran Church and Her mann Sons Lodge Mrs Cook retired from the Jacob Schmidt Co where she worked for over 35 years She is survived by her sons and daugh tersinlaw Carlos and Betty Cook of New Braunfels Wilbert and June Cook of Geronimo daughter Judith Led better of McQueeney Sister Viola Cook of New Braunfels 7 grandchil 14 greatgrandchildren and 7 greatgreatgrandchildren plus sever al nieces and nephews Besides her husband she is also preceded in death by a granddaughter Agatha Altherr Funeral Service will be held Mon day at 10 at the Zoeller Funeral Home Chapel with Rev Charles DeHaven Graveside service will be held Tuesday at 1 at the Ever green Cemetery in Ballinger TX Visitation continues at Zoeller Funeral Home until service time Mon day Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes Foundation Vanessa Vela Vanessa Vela infant daughter of Robert and Martha Vela of El Paso died at birth Sunday March Graveside service will be Monday March 18 1996 at at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery There will be no visitation Frank Vermillioh Frank Vermillion of New Braunfels passed away March 15 1996 at the age of 73 of leukemia He is survived by his wife of 52 years Mona Jean Vermillion three sisters Alma Wilson Fern Price and Lucille Hale of Okla homa one son Dan Vermillion and wife Kathy three daughters Pat Howard and husband James Kitty Cavanaugh and husband Jim and Lin da Fountain and husband Daurice six granddaughters Michelle Vermillion Lynn Winningham Lynette Fitz patrick Christy Arena Ginny Fountain and Jaimie Vermillion and several nieces and nephews Mr Vermillion served in the Navy during World War II on the USS Enterprise and in the Air Force He worked 28 years at Exxon Chemi cal in Baytown TX before retiring to New Bruanfels in 1992 He was a life member of VFW and American Legion a member of Elks Lodge 2279 and a member of the Church of Christ Arrangements for cremation will be handled by Zoeller Funeral Home In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to American Cancer Society or Leukemia Society of America TNRCC urges ozone awareness By DAVID DEKUNDER Staff Writer Documentary focuses on dying GIFT BOOKS AVAILABLE WALNUT 6 6296400 1H 35 and Walnut Ave SAN ANTONIO In an effort to reduce ozone and promote clean air the smallest actions people can make can help a Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission TNRCC meteorologist said at a media work shop on Friday If enough people take simple actions it will have some impact most importantly if they take those actions during high ozone TNR CC meteorologist Bryan Lambeth said Lambeth spoke to media business and civic leaders at the Ozone Action Days workshop held at the World Trade Center Building in San Antonio The workshop was hosted by the Alamo Area Council of Governments During the workshop Lambeth covered topics such as fore casting and notification methods for high ozone days and goals for the future People can do simple things such as HA VE FUNGO SPRING BREAK SPECIAL DEAL Mar 15 Apr 14 For All Students Marion NBISD Comal ISO Comal Bowl 1202 Huisache Ave 6256263 Every 3rd Game Free Student Rate Game carpooling and mowing their lawns after 6 because the fumes wont affect the ozone at that Lam beth said The key about these mea sures is that they are voluntary and people do these things if it is not out of their way for them to do Lambeth is in charge of issuing ozone advisory warnings for major metropolitan areas around Texas San Antonio DallasFt Worth El Paso Austin TylerLongviewMar shall HoustonGalvestonBrazoria BeaumontPort Arthur and Corpus Christi The San Antonio area includes Comal Guadalupe Kendall Bexar Atascosa Medina Bandera and Wil son counties In San Antonio an ozone advisory warning is issued when 100 ppb par ticles per billion are in the air San Antonio had 15 days of high ozone days in which the TNRCC issued a warning for seven of those days That was a percentage of 47 percent of high ozone days accurately forecasted High ozone day advisory warnings are based on these criteria appfoxi mate number of ozone action days desired per year determination of the ozone season evaluating data from the National Weather Services NWS daily weather summary on weather and ozone conditions ozone maxi mums from the previous day wind speed average sunshine duration sky cover the maximum minimum and range of temperature wind direction resultant and wind direction variabili ty When the high ozone advisory warn ings are issued they are passed on to the media to give people ample oppor tunity to take personal voluntary actions whenever they can Lambeth said the seven days missed for ozone advisory warnings were due to factors such as a wrong weather forecast change in wind directions change in cloud cover and changes in temperature For this year Lambeth said the TNRCC has a goal of fore casting 80 percent of the high ozone days in San Antonio FRONT PORCH ANTIQUES GIFTS INTERIOR DESIGN 5O OIF Window Treatments Down 90Day Pay Out Blinds Shutters Verticals More Ends March 15 Layaway Available Old Schmltas Hotel 471A Main Plaza 210 6290660 A new documentary Letting Go A tlospice Journey airs nationwide on Jvlonday on HBO Intended to show Jhe experience of hospice care and dis pel misconceptions about dying the presentation takes a very real intimate at the dying process and the end pflife issues of three hospice fami lies I Because the topic of death evokes such a wide range of reactions from people some may be affected while jDthers are enlightened by the jsaid Elaine Craig bereavement care coordinator at Hospice New Braun jfels Hospice care approaches death Jwith sensitivity and compassion but more importantly as a natural part of life Were here to answer any ques tnat may be raised by this por The highly emotional indepth pro gram introduces viewers to three dying patients ranging in age from eight to 62 years old Members of the Hospice New Braunfels team are available to speak on the following topics Impact the documentary may have on the community Hospice programs serving the local community How specific services care for the patient and the family Bereavement services that are available to anyone felling the loss of a loved one Resources for people facing end oflife decisions sarah Jessica parker One ttoW Only Prices Include constructio r mm DECISION KURT RUSSELL Dflily toil in San FroncUto j Ed Daily I KILSEY Q MM HER Dolly V The Deals are Better A Becker USED CARS Consignment Sales 32594 IH 10 West Boerne Rainbow Oardem 8516 Bandera Rd 2106802394 Snake Farm 5640 IH 35 S 2106239039 Heartland Plant 2800 SE 410 Steve I 12900 Hwy 281 2109803575 Heartland Lot HEB Marketplace 5601 Bandera Rd 2106487550 A to Z It 9076 FM 78 Craig Ley 2354 IH 35 North San Marcos 2108471556 DlHmar Lumber Co Hwy 87 Fredrlcksbury The Slene Ouy 3684 Hwy 306 The American President PG13 Doily Nominated lor 4 AcademyAwards MEAT One Show Only BOMBT DE NIBO IS 1991 Chew Blazer 4 Door 6 Tilt Cruise Cassette Red Miles 1992 Tovota Camrv4DrLR 4 A Cassette Aluminum Wheels Tilt Cruise Sunscreen Glass Dark Green Becker Motor Company 547 S Seguin New Braunfels Tx 6063463 18008792621 1994 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT V8 Tilt Cruise Cassette Blue Miles 1993 Dodge Grand Caravan LE V6 Dual 1992 CMC Cab 4x4 V8 Sierra decor Tilt Cruise Cassette Sunscreen glass Bedliner Alum Wheels ont Miss This One Van V6 Tilt Luggage Rack 1995 Dodge Avenger 2 Dr 4 5 Speed Aluminum Wheels Tilt Cruise Cassette Red Like New White miles 1994 Dodge Shadow 4 2 Door Defroster Stereo Emerald miles 1994 Plymouth Acclaim 4 Cyl 4 Door Tilt Cassette Driftwood miles 1986 Dodge Diplomat LE 4 Dr V8 Tilt Cruise Cassette Transportation Special 1992 Dodge Mark m Conversion Van V6 Cassette Tilt Cruise White miles An Open Letter From Max Wommack Jr Dear Friends and Supporters I want to take this opportunity to thank all of the many people who have supported me in my campaign to become Comal County Sheriff Most of all I want to thank my family without their encouragement faith in me and hard work none of our successes would have been possible We ran a good clean and solid race and wecan be proud of what we accomplished I am now out of the race for Sheriff as a candidate I still believe that the time is at hand for a change a change for the better for our county It is for these reasons that I encourage all of my friends and supporters to join me in helping Bob Holder defeat the incumbent in the April 9th Republican Runoff I encourage you to help bring about a change at the Sheriffs Office because it is needed and Bob is now the right man to accomplish this task I ask you to vote for Bob Holder for the same reasons I asked you to vote for me He is the only remaining candidate qualified to correct the increasing crime problems in our county Once again I want to thank all of the many people who have supported me and hope you will vote for my friend Bob Holder in the April 9th Republican Runoff Sincerely Max Wommack Jr Paid political announcement Seelhammer Treasurer An Open Letter From Bob Holder Fellow Republican Voters First I want to thank all of the people who supported me during the last Republican Primary I also want to give a special thanks to Kelly Holder my wife of 15 years for her love and encouragement without which none of this would have been possible I have been so encouraged by the overwhelming support of the citizens of this county I want to express my gratitude to Max Wommack Jr First for running a good clean and hard fought campaign that has always had the best interest of the citizens of Comal County as its primary purpose Max Wommack is a worthy opponent and deserving of the citizens appreciation for wanting to serve our community Finally for joining me in what is now our effort to effect a change at the Sheriffs Office and begin to correct our increasing crime problem I hope to visit with as many of you as possible during the next few weeks Public support for our grass roots campaign has again encouraged me to continue to work hard to correct the crime problems of the county Finally I again want to thank all of the many people who worked so very hard to make our campaign a success and to request that all of my supporters continue to press the issues and ask people to vo during the April 9th Republican Runoff Sincerely Bob Holder Paid political announcement Bob Holder 823 Hollyhock New Braunfels Tx 701   

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