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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 17, 2007, New Braunfels, Texas MAY ZEITUNG SPORTS FOOTBALL Canyon coaches still searching for the right people to fill several Page 5A jujp UrnlVMi Read chapter one of our 18part summer serial that will publish each Thursday in the Page 7 A Serving New Braunfels and Comal County since 160 16 2 sections C K i 5OO Sunny High Low 81 55 Details 1B DEAR ABBY 31 CLASSIFIEDS M COMICS 29 CROSSWORD 2t FORUM 4A OBITUARIES 3A SPORTS 9A TV GRIDS 1985 May 2007 Anthony Mitchell Bradshaw friends say goodbye This is the land of the free because of brave men like Russell Fort Sam Houston commander Bfll would give area officials green light to alter traffic signs Photos by MIRANDA Members of Anthony Bradshaws family stand at his casket draped with the flag before his funeral service Wednesday in New was killed May 6 by roadside a in official says Bradshaw epitomized American soldier By Gerard MacCrossan The HeraldZeitung Family and friends gathered Wednesday to bid farewell to Anthony Mitchell Brad who was killed May 6 in with five others from his Audible sobs punctuated the words of condolence and praise for 21yearold Brad shaws selfless service in the A strong sense of Those were a few of the words Russell commander of Fort Sam used to describe Bradshaw during the fallen infantrymans funeral service at Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home in New Braun Czerw quoted from a letter written by Ernie a senior officer in Bradshaws squadron Bradshaw was the backbone of the weapon With Bradshaw watching over our every we felt At the first sign of trouble we knew hed be Williams We were reassured by the sound of his Tony Bradshaw was raised in El Paso and came to New Braunfels four years ago with two of his three brothers his twin Samuel Bradshaw and older brother Alex Their mother Ingrid Lee and sister Anna Bradshaw fol Together with Tonys Major Russell commander of Fort Sam presents Ingrid mother of Anthony Bradshaw with the Bronze Star medal during the funeral service no longer would have to set public hearings By David Saleh Rauf The HeraldZeitung A measure that unani mously passed the Texas House earlier this month and now awaits Senate approval would grant Comal County Commissioners the power to change regulatory traffic signs on county roads with out State law requires coun ties with less than residents seeking to alter traf fic signs to schedule a public hearing and publish an ad in local County officials must hold the public hearing before they for change a yield sign to a stop House Bill authored by Nathan R would give coun ties with more than residents the ability to change or post a new regula tory traffic sign by putting up a conspicuous sign in an area affected by the traffic instead of pur chasing advertisements and then conducting a public The allows any resident to See Page 3A Frog ransom Gomal County Senior Citizens Musicians organize Locks of Love benefit Jimmy Bradshaw and broth er Christopher the family was presented with five medals recognizing the fallen infantrymans sacrifice by See Page 8A By Suzanne Ashe The HeraldZeitung Local and area musicians are going to share their time and talents from 3 to 1 Saturday at a Locks of Love Musician Matthew Briggs said he and other musicians came up with the idea three years ago while they were talking about doing a A lot of people give mon ey or he You cant give a lot of yourself So the idea came about to give away their Locks of Love is some thing that has been giving for he Its the same thing we want to Protesters stay away from soldier s funeral Patriot Guard police turn out to help keep the peace By Mark The HeraldZeitung After receiving word a protest group from Kansas might disrupt the funeral of a young army infantry man killed recently in local law enforcement agencies took no chances and flooded the area around the Doeppenschmidt Funeral Home prior to and during the funeral service for Anthony Bradshaw on More than 30 plainclothed and uniformed per sonnel from the Comal County sheriffs New Braunfels Police Department and state troopers from the Texas Department of Public Safety were onhand for the funeral service for the 21yearold who died along with five of his squad members after a roadside bomb hit their vehicle in on May This wouldnt be the norm for a but were here just in case the group of protesters show Tim Kolbe as he stood next to a colleague on the corner of Seguin Avenue at San Antonio See PROTESTERS Page 7A Locks of Love is a public nonprofit organization that provides hairpieces to finan cially disadvantaged children under age 18 suffering from longterm medical hair loss from any Accord ing to its Web they meet a need for children by using donated hair to create qual ity hair Most of the children helped by Locks of Love have lost their hair due to a medical condition called alopecia which has no known cause or The prostheses the donors provide help to restore their selfesteem and their confi enabling them to face the world and their Briggs said that on a See Page 3A Members of the Patriot Guard volunteer group follow Anthony Bradshaws funeral proces sion to Port Sam Houston National Cemetery for his burial Bradshaw was killed May 6 by roadside bomb in HeraldZeitung 1 MORE IN IT FOR THE POWER OP NEWSPAPERS IN EDUCATION Newspapers make great teaching tools
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