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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas f August 3A Obituaries DALLMANN Lillian Marie Gorman Cleary Dallmann went to he with the LordSatur at the age of She was b o r n Christmas Day in 1915 in to Arthur Gorman and Emma Stevens She was wed to Bud Dallman in where she was a buy er and model for Famous and Military obligations caused their move to New Braunlfes in where she lived for the past 46 She worked for Joskes as a buyer of then later worked at Landa Park Pool and regularly sold tickets at She was also quite active in Johns Episco pal Churchs Thrift Store of helped behind the scenes with many New Braunfels Aquatic Club swim Her community involvement in New Braun fels also included helping start the recreation Lillian completed her GED and learned to swim late in but she was also able to GOTTHARDT Donald age of New died at his Funeral services will be held at 10 at Friedens United Church of Christ at with the Ralph Ludwig officiating Interment will follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial 1A travel to many Among the places she traveled were Jamaica and She traveled to Ger many to dee the 360th anniversary of the passion pky She is survived by her bus and their six Maureen of1 LaDonna of Nadine of John of Diane of and Dale Ball of Lillian was blessed with 17 grand 32 greatgrandchil dren and four greatgreat She was preceded in death by her Floyd and Harry Gorman her daughter Janet Cleary and her great Joshua Smith and Luke Memorial services will be at 11 at Johns Epis copal Church Lillian requested no and memorial contributions can be given to the Susan Komen Breast Cancer Foun Mail contributions to the Komen Box Texas Zoeller Funeral Home Park with military No visitation will be held at the funeral Memorial contributions may be made to Hope Hos pice of New Braunfels or Friedens Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home Elena away by her at the age of 02 She is survived by her hus Hank of Ibm Tfexai for eldest daugh Carla Kntmiiw and her Andrejs Kru of Texas her two Maija Aleksa Krumins and Julians Niels Krumins her youngest Leigh Schuberth and her John of CAjher three Delia of Sari Nettie of New and Esther Garza and her of Tom and her three Ramon Cantu and of New Brauri Daniel Cantu and his of New and Amador Cantu and his of New She is also survived by over n mmm PWV itttmediate family but She ia preceded in death by her mother and ahd Maria and her Jesus She was ari active member of New Life Church hi Sher and was a derful mother and She enjoyed cooking arid arranging Services will be held at 3 at Ijyaldo Funeral Home in Sherman at 619 Travis Flowers can be sent in her honor to Waldo Funeral Home in ieu of a donation mky be made to The Univer sity of Texas Anderson Cancer Center in memory of Elena Flores Breast Can cer Research Fund Box 297153 Texas 77292 Waldo Funeral Home story The building has had upper floors added to it for more office and court room and the former county jail now used as office and recordstorage space was added in One problem the county now faces is the buildings central heating and conditioning Scheel estimates upgrading the system could cost several hundred thousand control The countys total debt is for every county Scheel All of that debt is in shortterm bonds and will be paid back within the next several Scheel said he knows of counties similar to Comal that have 10 or more times the debt the county now When I talk to other county judges and tell them what our debt they just cant believe Scheel life unheard Under state a county with a population similar to ours could cany million worth of Precinct 4 Commissioner Jan Kennedy said she believed Scheel would be able to make the case for going into debt to protect county 1 didnt think about flood ing before but Fve thought about little else since because of the catastrophes weve I think people will agree with Kennedy 1A MURPHEY Odessa Spears Murphey passed away in The Eden Home nursing facil ity in New She Was born in San She Was pre ceded in death by her husband of over 70 Max Verne They moved to New Braunfels in where she was a housewife and a NliW BllAllNFElS HERALDZEITUNG Published on Saturday and Sunday mornings and week day mornings Tuesday through Friday by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung USPS 377880 707 Landa or Drawer New Comal Coun Texas Periodi cal postage paid by the New Braunfels HeraldZeitung in New Carrier delivered in Comal and Guadalupe counties three six one Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas three six one Mail outside Texas six one Subscribers who have not received a newspaper by 6 Tuesday through Friday and by 7 Saturday and Sunday can call 830 625 Postmaster Send address changes to the New Braunfels Drawer New NANCY NEY CHARTER SCHOOL 169 Hickory New TX NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Nancy Ney is a public school for grades We have about 100 use the state curriculum have certified and offer small classes typically 13 15 students and selfpaced studies a supportive atmosphere for success Spaces fill quickly With priority county Call for more information or an application Exercise Induced Asthma If you cough of have dMy breathing with for time and V Call today for more Frank MD 8306090900 She is survived by their only Merlyn Max Murphey and his Linda Murphey and numerous nieces and She was preceded in death by her four brothers and two Services will in San Saba at 2 In lieu of memorial con tributions may be made to Christ Presbyterian Church in New HowellDoran Funeral Home considering views of more than people who attended public hearings this In the lawsuit against the Perry and the Democrats claimed GOP leaders violated the federal Voting Rights Act by dropping a traditional rule that requires twothirds of the Senate to agree to debate a Democrats argue the two thirds rule is vital in protect ing representation of political and racial minority groups in the The lawsuit Was filed in District court in a heavily Hispanic and rural area of South I 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