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Page 2C NEIGHBORS Hays Free Press April 10, 2013 + + JACOBSON On Palm Sunday, March 24, 2013, at the age of 68, Edwin Bacon Iacobson of Buda passed away at the V.A. Hospital in Temple, 'Forever emories WeddiJi S in,tics ForeverMemoriesPhotographyKyle.com Texas. Af- ter a fierce battle with cancer, for a year, our Wagner; five sons (Christo- Services are as follows: pher Jacobson and Jose- Santa Cruz Catholic Church, phine of St Petersburg, Flor- Buda, Texas, April 20. Rosary ida, Mathew Jacobson and in the little chapel at 10 a.m. Peggy of Lebanon, Indiana, Celebration of Edwin's Roderick (Rod) Jacobsen life April 20, 2013 at Sister's and Annette of Ft. Wayne, Indiana, Justin Jacobsen and Tammy of Austin. and Jona- than Jacobsen of Lubbock, three step children: Thomas, Nona and Misty, plus several grandchildren and one great grandchild. He was preceded in death by (biological father) Law- Lord came and took his suf- rence Jacobsen, Jake's dad fering away. , BillyAlton Martin, great Edwin ("Jake') gradu- grandbaby August James ated high school from St. and stepson Lewis. Edwards High in 1963. Jake lake was a sports enthu- was inducted in the United siast, passionate about car States Army, Oct. 1965, racing, and a self-taught where he served in Vietnam guitar player. He loved his in communications, lake children and grandchildren was honorably discharged in whole-heartedly. He was so October 1971. proud of his children and Jake's life was full of family will be watching them from andgood friends. He is sur- heaven every day. Jake will vived by his beloved mother be greatly missed and loved Ruth Elizabeth Warren (Ja- by many, but will always be cobson) Martin, his devoted with us in our hearts and sister Myrtle Ruth (Martin) memories. house noon-2 p.m. April 29, 2013, Mass at Santa Cruz Catholic Church in the little chapel at 3:45 p.m. VAN LOAN Lawrence I. Van Loan, 74, of Kyle, went to be with his Lord on March 26, 2013. He was a proud veteran of the U.S. Navy from 1956-1964 and was a member of the AM- VETS Post #115 in Kyle. Larry will be re- membered for his infectious sense of humor and twinkling blue eyes. He was a devoted Christian who opened his home for fellowship and hospitality to people from all over the world. He had a pas- sion for puzzles, reading and anything involving aviation. He was preceded in death by his parents, Franklin and Doris Van Loan. He is sur- vived by his wife of 50 years, Ramona Phelps Van Loan, his two daughters, Dawn and Patrick Thomas and Deborah Van Loan; three grandsons, Daniel and Rachel Calhoun, Michael and Tiffany Calhoun, and ]ustinVan Loan; and one precious great granddaugh- ter, Kaida Maia Calhoun who was born on her Papa's last birthday. He is also survived by three sisters; Betty Button, Carolyn Button, and Rhonda and Clayton Austin; and many nieces, nephews and cousins. A funeral service was held on March 30 at the Harrell Funeral Home in Kyle. Inter- ment immediately followed at the Memory Lawn Me- morial Park in Martindale. A memorial service will be held in May in Hallstead, Pennsylvania. Scientists ask public to watch nests to learn more about declining populations + SUBMITTED REPORT Over the past 30 years, some bird species have dropped in number (including Barn Swallows, Purple Martins, and Eastern Phoebes, which nest in Texas.) The cause remains unknown, though scientists believe it may be linked in part to declines in the insects that birds eat. Anyone who loves watching birds can help scientists study and understand their plight by participating in the Cornell Lab of Omithology's Nest- Watch citizen-science project (NestWatch.org). "Every year, thousands of volunteers from across the United States monitor bird nests to help researchers track changes in bird populations," says Dr. Iason Martin, Nest- Watch project coordinator. "By keeping track of how many eggs birds lay and how many young they raise, anyone can contribute valuable data that may help lead to the con- servation of these species." "Recent population de- clines in North America's aerial insectivores are a growing concern," said Dr. Amanda Rodewald, director of Conser- vation Science at the Cornell Lab of Ornithology. "Conserva- tion efforts to halt or reverse these worrisome trends are unlikely to succeed until we fully understand the causes of decline. One thing limiting our ability to identify factors driving population declines is a lack of information on reproduction." The nests of many birds are easy to find and observe. Barn Swallows often plaster their nests onto beams inside barns and under bridges. Purple Martins use large communal nesting houses, and Eastem Phoebes frequently nest under porch eaves and in garages. It's especially easy to ob- serve nests built in nestboxes, opening the nestbox about twice a week during nesting season. Texas Bluebird Society offers a free nestbox to individ- uals who join for $15 through Volunteer Distributor, Pauline Tom, in Mountain City phone: 512 268 5678; emafl: pauline@ texasbluebirdsociety.org. NestWatch accepts observa- tions for all nesting birds, so information about any species is welcome. For more information, con- tact Pauline Tom at the Texas Bluebird Society at 512 523 5678 or tbs@texasbluebirdsociety.org. Buda Bits Continued from pg. 1C directors. Chairperson for the coming year is Carolyn Hesser, Vice-Chairperson is JoAnn Keller, Secretary is JudiWolfe and Donna Sinner is Treasurer. The senior citizens meet every Thursday in Bud& The doors open at 8:30 a.m. for coffee, games and visiting and lunch is served at noon. Additional activi- ties include: crafts every Monday morning at 9 a.m.; quilting every Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m. and games Tuesday evening at 5:30 p.m. For more information call (512) 468-4451. Birthdaywishes go out to Alice Carfillo on April 12; Carol Lee on April 14; Mitch Johnson on April 16. Doors open at 9:30 a.m. on Saturda~ April 13 for the annual Buda High Forever Reunion at the "old high school" for former students, teachers and Bulldog friends. Join your classmates in renewing old friends, making new ones and enjoying a good meal along with lots of laughs. Mark your calendar for the upcoming Buda 4-H Club Ra- bies/Vaccine Clinic. The clinic will be ~eld Saturda~ April 20 from 1 until 3 p.m. at the Buda Vo-Ag Complex on FM 2770 (between Loop 4 & FM 1626). Dr. Sellman with Town and CotmtryVet Hospital provides the clinic. All proceeds will directly benefit Buda 4-H Club and scholarships for kids. Driving down Main Street Buda be sure to notice the 1898 Store. The old rock building now has a very nice "clean" loold Texas Crossword and Sudoku sponsored by ACROSS 48 UT WR Charles who 1 TX Janis Joplin died got nickname "Cotton" of a drug over ............... after '70 Cotton Bowl 5 ex-Cowboy right 50 fathers tackle, Williams 53 TX Perot's naval 6 TV's "Nick at " rank in '53 (abbr.) 7 TXism: " in the54 Centerville h,s. class towel" (quit) 55 securities for debts 8 TX B,J. 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