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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 16, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas jjjiay Sunday March Obituaries Harry Emll May Sf Harry Emil May Sr pawed away on Friday March at his residence in New Braunfels at the age of 75 years He was preceded in death by a daughter and son Elizabeth Catherine Cook in 1980 and Joseph Mac May in 1980 He is survived by his loving wife Dorenda Marie May of New Braunfels seven daughters Sally Ann Johnson and Many May 8r Herald Zeltung photo by Michael Darnall 1 Blowing in the wind Burrow Ma giant kite during the Hay Market Park celebration at Hay Maket Park on Comal NBISD From Page 1 a need for it and it was something they wanted the district to NBISD Public Information Officer Leslie Kriewaldt said Kriewaldt said in response to those results representatives from variousagencies offering afterschool programs made pre sentations to principals and administrators After reviewing the various programs the admin istrators and principals decided a New Braunfels branch of the YMCA had a program that would be good for NBISD I think their plan is a little more flexible and we can mold it Runoff to what fits our Kriewaldt said Its an extended day program and not a day care The YMCA includes all the issues raised in the survey includ ing academic assistance nutri tious snacks social development highlighting communication and conflict resolution physical edu cation and enrichment activities Kriewaldt said the YMCA is par tially funded by United Way and other public grants and private foundations She said this could make it a more affordable program Kriewaldt also said the YMCA could offer scholarships to families who need financial assistance Instead of just taking from oth er day cares well be taking kids who arent in any daycare Kriewaldt said Tim Brierty who serves on the board of the local branch of the YMCA said the NBISD program would be the local organizations first program He said he is hope ful that the program will move ahead and be a success in New Braunfels The board will discuss the pro gram and could take action on it at 7 Tuesday at the Education Center board room 430 W Mill St In other business the board will also discuss the exemption for finals for the high school and approve the staffing plan for the upcoming school year husband Jim of San Antonio Michcle Lacy Weigand and husband Jeff of San Antonio Dorinda Kay Bustamante and husband Rudy of New Braunfels Emily Lansing May Dorothy Alexandra May Harriet Brooke May and Bonnie Belle May all of New Braunfels two sons Harry May Jr and wife Fran of Duncanvillc Texas and Doak Alexander May of New Braunfels one brother Richard R May and wife Dorothy of Ft Worth nine grandchildren nine great grandchildren and numerous nieces and nephews There will be no visitation at Zocller Funeral Home Private family graveside services will be held on Monday at 3 at the Comal Cemetery A memorial service for the public will be held on Monday at 4 at Zoeller Funeral Home The family has requested that memorial contributions be made to Hospice New Braunfels From Page 1 Rodgriguez a state House mem ber since 1087 eaidhe Tejeda helped build Solis was backed by the imme le voters ca ing ballots During early voting for the Con gressioanl District 28 seat 87 roughly percent of the countys approximately eligible reg istered voters cast ballots On Sat urday an additional 262 voted in the special election That brought the total turnout to slightly more than 4 percent in a county that typically has a turnout about the state average Locally Giro Rodriguez received 186 votes capturing per election I don expect an easy he said Weve worked hard and well continue to work Tejeda a San Antonio Democrat who was first elected to Congress in 1993 died Jan 30 of cancer Nine Democrats five Republi cans and one independent sought to replace him in the congression al district that encompasses 13 counties from San Antonio to the Mexico border Rodriguez 60 and Solis 35 were considered the favorites because they shared support a Franks cous Rodriguez won endorsements from two coalition members with whom he serves in the ture Sen Frank Madia and Rep John Longoria TUNERflLHOME Patsy Barton Patsy Barton of Canyon Lake died at her residence Thursday March 13 1997 at the age of 64 Funeral services will be held at 2 Monday March 17 1997 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake with Rev Doug Dalglish officiating Burial will be at WoodlawnGarderiflfMemories ID fc i f Texas Tuesdav Visitation will DOtppensclirniA Funeral Home at Canyon Lake from noon until 8 Sunday and from 9 until service time on Monday Memorials may be given to Hospice cent of the votes Throughout the district the rest among the powerful southside of the candidates each had less San Antonio that than 10 percent in an election that was expected to draw a miserable turnout among the districts registered voters Solis noting that Rodriquez raised more money for the race said he was not surprised with Saturdays results We were outspent but what was important to us was that we took our message to the people and stayed with the Solis said Now its a whole new ball game Ipvaitj faqmt i UMftWMlWJ Tito i LandaStationKMI1 TMUMIW Al Bvtowi raiMY Piut SAMMY UHMnM MOM LAS VEGAS for 4 Days MAY 69 2 Meals a Day GAUL MAW reHturiog i toe concert with ION OHHi HliRTI Y1W wilt broadewting LIVE from GKVfNi HALI starting at 6 until midnight American Legion Post 179 Coll New Braunfels Mother Will Debbie W0 Cafe J Lunch t Dinner Special Corned ttccf i Cooked ST PATRICKS DAY Dont Forget Our DeepFried Tumiys for Easter NewBmutifeli GHbeH B SHm Wtfiwr Sr Gilbert B Slim Wtgfter Sr of New died M Mi icsidenee Siturday March 15 1997 M the age of74 Funeral wrvicw will be held at 10 Tuesday March 18 1997 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Burial will be at Ouadalupe Valley Memorial Park Visitation will begin at 2 Sunday and continue until service time Tuesday Mrs Floy Thomas Scott Mrs Floy Thomas Scott of Canyon Lake passed away at Southwest Texas Methodist Hospital in San Antonio on Friday March 14 1997 at the age of 68 Funeral services will be at 11 Monday March 17 1997 at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake with Rev Kenneth King officiating Visitation will be from 2 until 6 Sunday at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake Memorials may be given to Hopice New Braunfels Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Wanda Brodt Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braunfels for Wanda Brodt who died at Eden Home on Saturday March IS 1997 at the age of 96 years Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Kermit 1C Kraft Kermit K Kraft of Houston Texas died Thursday March 13 1997 at the Texas Medical Center in Houston at the age of 67 Mr Kraft is the son of Rudolph W Kraft and Ella Anna Schaefer Kraft He has been a resident of Houston since 1982 and was a former resident of New Braunfels and Brenham TX Mr Kraft was a brick mason and a member of the I Church the American Legion Post 179 and the VFW Post 7110 Mr Kraft was a US Army Sergeant in Korea Survivor include LftVeme Knimrey of Houston and Trudy Knft of Houston sister Elnori Chunn of Abilene Texts grandchildren Jon Kraft Leslie Spjvey Rhonda Pollard and Jennifer mm md grettgrandcWIdreti Funeral services will be at 10 Monday March 1997 at Doeppenschmfdt Funeral Home Burial will be at the Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park Visitation will begin at 8 Sunday and continue until service time on Monday Memorials may be made to Hospice of Houston 1905 Hotcombe Houston Texas DoeppenschmMt Funeral Home Robert Benjamin Mllam Robert Benjamin Milam age 70 of Sari Antonio died Saturday March 15 1997 Mr Milam Was a member of Castle Hills United Pentecostal Church Survivors wife Willie Sue Milam sons Robert H Milam Steve Milam William Milam and Mark Milam nine grandchildren mother Ruby Wagenfuehr of New Braunfefs TX one sister and three brothers Services will be held at 11 Tuesday March 18 1997 at Porter Loring Chapel with 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