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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 3, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas May 2005 HERALDZEITUNG Page 3 Paid advertisements WALTER ROY HUGHEY Walter Roy Hughey age a resident of Canyon Texas passed away Satur April Born January he was raised in San Antonio and graduated from Brackenridge High School in Being an avid hunting and fishing was his piece of Last hunting season while hunting with his sons he killed his limit of Walter was a loving father and greatly respected by He was a member of Hermann Sons He was preceded in death by his loving wife of 65 Mary parents Jeff and Ella son Ben grandson Kurt Hughey and 2 Robert Hughey and George Survivors include 4 chil William Hughey and wife Kathy of San Pat Potts and husband Tom of San Judy Lange hennig and husband Les of Charles Hughey and wife Cody of daughterinlaw Judy Hughey of 11 grand Kristy Tim Karen Jeff Russell Brenda Diane Nadine Zeb Rhonda Melanie McNearney and 11 great Visitation will begin at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake at Tuesday with a Rosary to be recited at Funeral Mass will be celebrat ed May 2005 at at Thomas Catholic Church at Canyon Interment will follow at Cranes Mill The family would like to thank the staff at and especially his nurse for their loving care during Wal ters O Doeppenschmidt FUNERAL HOME Canyon Lake 830 9643050 PAUL SPOOKY 2005 at the age of 39 in Funeral Paul Edward arrangements are pending passed away May GALE DICK MCCLANAHAN Gale Dick McClanahan passed away on April at the age of He is survived by his wife Dolores McClanahan Danny McClanahan and his wife Norma of League Stanley McClana han and his wife Veronica of New TX one Cheryl Reed and her husband Robert of Har He is also survived by three Norman Brian McClana han and Brennan and three Ashley Amber McClanahan and Adriene McClanahan one Dylan McClanahan and one broth er Edd McClanahan of ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 PATRICIAWAHL Funeral arrangements are complete at Zoeller Funeral Home for Patricia She passed away Thurs day April at the age of She is survived by her hus band Jim Wahl children Jim my Becky Mooney and her husband Tony mother Pat Weldon sister Nan Voges and her husband Dennis grandchildren Justin Brittany Tiffani Mooney niece Laura Jackson nephew Wayne Funeral services will be Wednesday May 2005 at PM at Zoeller Funeral Home with burial to follow in Paul Lutheran Ceme tery in Bulverde ZOELLER FUNERAL HOME i Funerals Cremations 615 New Braunfels 830 6252349 JAMES LEE REYNOLDS Funeral arrangements are pending at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home at Canyon Lake for James Lee who passed away on May at the age of Todays services Herbert at San Geronimo Ceme WEATHER CONTINUED FROM Page 1 Blaha Normal rainfall in April inches Farmers are noticing an impact on which like the they have to supplement The corn and sorghum Dietert has in could really use a good rain as There hasnt been any rain that measures to more than a tenth of an inch or so in six Dietert A two inch rain would be National Weather Service Meteorologist Robert a specialist in charge of monitor ing this regions said the normal rainfall for New Braunfels in April is This was a dry but its not that Blaha In it was dry like 13 inches of rainfall in That was a very dry It extended into May and ended in June with a very wet It was also dry in With what little rainfall New Braunfels Blaha said it did well compared to areas to the south and San Anto for had only inches of precipitation in In Del the rainfall was only inches for It was still a dry Blaha If it extends through this month with no it could put us in an abnormally dry April 2005 went into the books most notably for a series of cold fronts mat brought wild temperature Blaha We had more strong cold fronts than usual and the extremes from cold to was more like March than Blaha This we got our first 90 degree days a lot earlier than last with our first one being way back in March Its warmed up but weve had some cool Blaha said preliminary fore casting information shows three different windows com ing up in which the region could see The first is larly The best chance everythings been showing since last week is Tuesday night or Blaha the opportunity starts to decrease and Thursday it goes Over this coming Blaha there could also be models showit PREPARING FOR TOMORROW Join the McKenna Healthcare Foundations Planned Giving committee for FREE educational seminars presented by a local team of Investing in Turbulent Times How to Protect Your Savings and Make Nathan Certified Financial Legacy Private Asset Managers Tax Benefits of Charitable Giving Asking Uncle Sam to Help Your Favorite Laura Vice Frost Financial Management Group May to McKenna Professional Second Floor Space is limited Call to Light refreshments will be Mark your calendar and make plans to attend these other FREE seminars May Retirement Planning and Avoiding the Pitfalls of a Living May Long Term Care Insurance and Basics of 600 Nortli Union Avenue New Texas 78130 II A IT IIC A 1F O U N D AT IO N ENNA more likely to the north of New Braunfels in the Hill Another window opens the weekend May If these next opportunities dont pan we could be faced with a dry Blaha But we still have late May and early June to go All it takes is for something to slow Even in Blaha a year remembered for its drought May saw quite a bit of Thats when most of our rain Blaha There was nt much for the rest of the SHOWCASE CONTINUED FROM Page 1 Audience treated to a blooper wheel classroom the Christmas assembly and an awards Teacher Vicki Head said she just gave the girls a camera and turned them Im so proud of she They did such a good Before the house lights came back the audience was treated to a blooper The film projects were just one example of the advanced technology used in NBISD classrooms from primary school through 12th PowerPoint presentations are popular for giving reports hardly anyone uses paper CITY CONTINUED FROM Page 1 Corks amendment passed 5 to 2 ordinance to make it mandatory that builders be required to connect to a regional detention facility if a subdivision or new develop ment was within feet of a regional detention facil Because the ordinance is a voluntary I think it should have some param eters that require develop ers connect if theyre within he District 4 Coun Students also use spread sheets for organizing research data and music creation soft ware to write their own New Braunfels Middle School Technology Specialist Carol Cochran said she was thrilled parents got a chance to see what their children did every day instead of just hear ing about it when they got I wish everyone could see what all these students can she Its New Braunfels Middle School science teacher Robin Wright required her students to create a report about earth quakes and their economic impact using Although she could tell them almost anything they wanted to know about seismic computer questions were another These kids are teaching me about she cilwoman Valerie Hull and District 3 Councilwoman Gale Pospisil argued that the feet requirement would make it too difficult for developers to connect to a regional detention facility by having to build a con veyance through a half mile of existing Corks amendment passed on a 5 to 2 Hull and Pospisil voted against Corks and also voted against approving the amended Council will hold special meetings at 6 Tuesday and Wednesday for the sec ond and third readings of the Cross Lutheran School 2171 Common Street New TX 78130 Half Day Kindergarten Preschool age 3 8lh grade Nationally Accredited Fine Arts Programs Athletics for 5th 8th Grade Interscholastic Before After School Care Certified Teachers NOW ENROLLING Preparing for tomorrow with a ChristCentered education Bruce oyer a mayor Vote May 7 The character of America is in its small Thats why public service is an important part of my Communities flourish when citizens New Braunfels needs a mayor that brings people a mayor with proven leadership a mayor committed to economic infrastructure and fiscal My background and personal experience make me uniquely suited to serve our As a former prosecu tor with a masters degree in Public I understand the challenges local governments Leaders have to make tough but they also have to make the right That means asking for input and working with diverse groups to achieve results that benefit As a local I know that communities must balance needs with Fairness and fiscal responsibility will be my guiding I care deeply about this community and the wellbeing of its Id appreciate your vote on May Bruce Boyer Public safety The safety of our community and families is important to He served as an assistant county and district attorney and for more than twenty years as the citys Quality of life As the first president of the citys 48 Bruce fought to make quality of life improvements drainage and street refurbishing Landa and building our new public Leadership New Braunfels needs a leader that solves problems and brings people As a college athlete and a lifelong public servant and community Bruce knows the importance of Hell bring that attitude back to City To volunteer for Brutes call 8307081462 or email firstname.lastname@example.org). 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