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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 4, 2005, New Braunfels, Texas CONTINUED FROM Page 1A Hotel owners to begin renovation soon The ride was and were grateful for the crowd we had said who makes the ride each We had some new w and they thought this was the Neu Braunfelser a great We appre he carried a banner over a brawl in the bar at the Schmitz where two factions and it is so old compared to everything thats left around Rightmire If this building could it could literally tell you about all these things tourists who walk by take for For Rightmire strife in local govern ment is not a new The June issue of ciate the support of the peo ple in this The Schmitz Hotel is owned by New Braunfels police Officer Kris Malish and his who are working to restore the three story landmark that is the of government fought it out and the sheriff hit one per son over the head with his Theres just so much histo SundayJDecember HERALDZEITUNG Page 9A Texas Marine among 10 killed in Fallujah attack DAVID Rogers busily places the special postmark on envelopes outside the Schmitz SPLENDORA AP A Texan who put his baseball dreams on hold to serve in the Marines was killed in Iraq in the deadliest attack against American troops in Iraq in four the mili tary said Lance Robert Mar of and nine others died Thursday when a roadside bomb exploded while they were on foot patrol near Jeremy Martinezs said Martinez signed up for the Marines as a junior at Cleveland High School and left for boot camp in He met a Marine and he saw the life of a Hunt He knew they were the best trained and highly motivated branch of the United States and he always want ed to be with the citys oldest hotel still in exis ry Rightmire turn This Shannon secured a special Pony Express post mark for the which was once the center of commerce in the More than 100 people were in attendance to either get the special cancellation for their Christmas cards or see the riders make their grand entrance so Mayor Bruce Boyer could read a proclamation from the gov ernor and one prepared for Were very Mal ish On the with help from Alfred Albrecht will begin restoration of the out side of their historic The project will be helped by a restoration Malish and by Albrechts concern for the historic building constructed in 1852 that is now the oldest on Main Were really excited about Malish Local historian John Right mire said he was Rightmire set up a table in front of the Schmitz on Satur day full of old photos and old mail that had come or gone from the This building is very important because it goes back to the beginning of this ing to someone who asked if his old postcards were origi nals or Theyre Right mire I collect anything I can from New and I research I want to make it sing and Im not happy just putting it on a shelf WOOD FLOORS Vn CARPET Now CERAMIC TILE NOW LAMINATE FLOORS Custom Designs Blinds 0 i s i p u i i DIPOI CARPIi Ciosjouis ISI2S II MS N 6210 II I10 W 9468 1 00 7544500 1 YEAR NO NO SEE STORE FOR DETAILS Open Daily 98 SlIAIIK 80 OFF 2 Wood Blinds 75 OFF Cellular Shades Vertical Blinds I 35 OFF Custom Shutters 25 35 OFF All Drapery Fabrics FREE ESTIMATES Canyon I TX iarv Nita Martin 155 Years in Business f FOLLOW THE Bring Your Family Home for Christmas AdventA time of waiting and We look forward to celebrating the coming of Jesus at COME HOME TO THE CATHOLIC CHURCH And see the Glorious Beauty of the Advent Christmas Season I IOSPICE WANTS To THAN INC THE TREE OF LIGHTS ChildrenYouthAdults All ages Welcome ifafatc Peter Paul Catholic Church 386 8306254531 PENITENTIAL SERVICES Monday 19th Wednesday 21st CHRISTMAS MASS SCHEDULE Saturday 24th Children Midnight Family Sunday 25th and SIGNS GARROTT CONSTRUCTION ELECTRIC 8306204411 8306206655 AARONS RENTS r LLJ TXIHUNTER CEMENT SLATE hANK TUESDAY MORNING WIGGINS COMPANY STEVENS TEXAS LINEMA iCs PAINTING Rusi ic RANCH MARKETPLACE MAMACITAS MEXICAN STALIRANT RICHARD CARSE NATURAL BRIDGE CAVERNS CARTER CASTEEL HEIDEMANN Win si FOUNDATION CHS BALLADIERS VICTORIA DAVID LOUXDAIIOX HAVE HOME INSTEAD SENIOR CARI Pun SUPKO PIGICRAPHOTO BRAD WUEST TREE01 LIGHTSCOMM TUI STEVEN VEE r HOPE HOSPICE
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