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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 11, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas OBITUARIES HERALD-ZEiTUNGXOM | Thursday, August 11, 2011 | 3 HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY ■ By Email— obits@tTerald-zeitung com ■ By T«lBphom ^ Call 625^9144, ext 214 (Saturday ext 2211 Obituaries are paid arivertismmnts TODAY’S SKHVICKS ■ GONZALES, Manuel E. Visitation 11 a.m. Lux Funeral Home, New Braunfels ■ LAVIN, Martha Bertha. Visitation noon to 8 p.m. Doeppensehmidt Funeral Home. ■ LAMB, Carolyn Janet Graveside service 9 a.m.. Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park. Karen Marie Magsam Karen M.irie Magsam passed away peacetully with her family by her side anfj went to heaven to be with her mother and son on Sunday, August 7, 2011. Karen was born April 10, I960 in San Antonio, TX to Roderick Magsam and Margaret Terry Magsam. Karen pursued ner dream ot neeoming a (hef and loved planning her family and friends will and preparing meals for everyone. She was preceded in death l)y her mother, Margaret Magsam and son, Dustin ( ichon. Survivors include her husl)and. Ion loffray; daughters, Monica Sym-( hy( h anfl husband, Tim .Hid Stephanii' ( ichon and lujsl)and, Kevin; son, C lay-ton ( i( hon; grandc hildren, lakob, Kyler, Kolten, Lan-don, Kendall and Alek; lather, Roderuk Magsam, and brothers, left and Randy Magsam. Her love, iiumor, and dt'dication to lie sorely miss(‘d. A memorial servie«’ is scheduled for 10:30 AM on Saturday August 13, 2011 at the I ux Funeral Home ( hapel, 1254 Busi-nt*ss iS N. To leave a ni(*s-sage for the family, go to www.luxfhcari's.com and sek'ct Obituanes. Arrangements are under the dircH -tion ot: LUX WASHINGTON (AP) International fortes ki1l(>d the Taliban insurgents responsible for shooting down a U.S. helicopter and killing 38 U.S. and Afghan fore es over the w(‘ekend, but th('y are still seeking the to|) insurgent leader they vv('re going after in Saturd.iy's mission, the top Ameru an c om-mander in Afghanistan said Wednesfiay. Marin(‘ Cor|)s ( ten. lohn Allen told a Pentagon n(*vvs (onferi'ni e that an f -1 <> airstrike Monday t(X)k out tewer than 10 insurg(>nts invc)lv(*il in the attac k on the ( hinook helix optc'r. In a sc'paratc' statement Wednc'sd.iy the* military' s«iid th(» Monday strike killed Tal* ilxin k'adcr Mulhh Mohilxil-lah and th(' insurgent who fir(*d the roc ket-propell<'d grenade at the helit i)[)t(>r The milit.jrv' s,iid intelligeiK c gaint‘d on the' grouncl pro vid(*d a high dc^grce of ( on-fidence that the insurgent who fircHl the grenade' was the |X‘rv)n killt'd. It did not provide' further d(‘tails. Allen detenck'd th(‘ (Ich i-sion to send in the C hinook loackd With sinK lal ofXTa-tions for( (‘s to [)ursue insur-gc'nts esc aping from the we(‘kt*nd firt'fight with Army Rangers in a dangerous re'gion ol VVardak [)rovin(c of eastern Afghanistan. ‘Amazing’ therapy wipes out leukemia in study NEW YORK (AP) Sc ientists ar(' re[)orting the first c Ic'ar sue c e^s with <i ne’vv approach fe>r treating leuke*mia — turning the patients' own blood cc'lls into ,iss<issins that hunt anel de*stroy their can( e*r ce'lls Ihc'y've only done it in thrc'e' patie'nts so t.ir l)ut the* results we'fc' striking: Two a|)pear cane er-fre-e up to a year afte*r tre>atment, <ind the* third p.itient is imf)re)ve*el but still h.is some' caneer. Scientists are alreadv' pre'[>aring to try the' same geiK' the*ra )V tc‘e h-niejue» tor other kinds ot c .me er "It worked gre'at, We* vve're* surf)risc'd it vvorke'd as we'll as it did," said [)r. ('arl lune, a gene therapy ex[)e*rt at the University of PeMinsylvania. "WeVe just a year out ne>w. We need to find e)ut how long these’ re'missions last." He' k‘d the' study, pub-lishe'd We'dne'sday by two je)urnals, New England journal e>f Me'dicine and Se ie«ne e Tr.insUtional Millie inc. It involved thrc'e men with very .idvancc'd cases of chroni( lymphe>Cytic leuke'mia, or ( IL. The only ho|)e> te)T a cure ne)W is bone' marrow or stem cell transplants, which don't alw.iys work and c arry a high risk e>f de'ath. Motorcyclist wrecks, airlifted to SA hospital I c.' I Cl 1 . (■ p V ' BusmH'.s N N»a Rraunti^l', T » 78VJO 856 624 t)500 fjk a luxftn coni luxfhcar»’ Manuel E. Gonzales Manuel E. (jonzales, a re'sident of Ne*w Braunfe’ls, passed away on Tuesday, August 2()11 at Christus Santa Rosa Hospital in New Braunfe'ls at the age ofB^i. Manuel was born on May 4, 1926 in Laredo to llario (ionzales and Fran-(isca Estrada (jevnzalc's. He later mcvrric'd Rita ('ie)nza-Ic'S, who prexecie’d him in death on April 25, 19‘H. He IS survived bv his daughte'rs, Olga Flerrera and husband, Braulie), Rache'l Sala/ar and husband, Israel and Terrv Rodriguez and husband, juan. In additie)n, he is also survived i)y () grandchil- Heart of Texas Cremations Direct (jemation $775.00 (C'ómplele) H77-271-()5()7 H'H'H' lieiirtoftexaiirematurns xom (^all or see website tor détails dren anel 12 great-gr.ind-e hildren. Memorial se'rvices are schc'dule'd for 11:00 AM on Thursday, August 11, 2011 at the Lux Funeral Home ( hafX'l, 12.S4 Businc'ss N. To Ic'ave a mc'ssagc' tor the family, go to www.luxtTi-cares.com anel select Obituaries. /Xrrangements are undc'r the' dire'e tion of: LUX A motorcyclist crashed into the' re'ar ot a sport utility vehie le late* Tuesday morning in Spring Brane h and vv.is flown to a San Antonio hoSf)ital with lite»-threate'ning in)urie‘s, a tr(x)p-e'T with the Texas [)e'|)art-mentot Public Safet\' said. C'[)l. Stirling Pae k said the' crash happe'ne'd about 11:5‘* ti.m. in the ‘HvOO likn k ot U.S. 2H1 north of farm-toMiarke-t ill. . P h . i: ■ ÎS N t.K'A Br^unteJs Tx 78Î50 OSUO Ï tu«^h< rtfMS corP iyxftuvif» • • • • • • • "X ba('k-i()-s(:hc)()L! Many items 40% off! 322 W. San Antonio St. (830)625 9639 • • • • • • • • August 11 2011 dancing l*or,y I .isliion Boiuiqiu* 1 )ownu>vMi New Hrjiinlcls Mon Sal 10 C> • .Sun 12 S $1 f'roniever> ^¡¿¿arel purcha.si'el at either Dairy Queen in New Braunfels w ill benefit the (hildren's Miracle Network. lielpiiiU Kids <)IU‘ Bli//.ard at a liiue!! Miracle Treat Day Is Coming!!! ACTIVITIES TO INCLUDE... 4th Annual Battle of the Blizzards - Staff from NBHS and CHS will compete to raise money for ChilcJren’s Miracle Network by making blizzards. The school that raises more money in one hour will win the Battle of the Blizzards!!! NBHS 3:30-4:30 Head Coach Chuck Caniford Vahous members of the coaching staff CHS2-3 Head Coach Matt Elliot Various members of the coaching staff VS ^ Blizzard Making - Have your blizzard made by 6 time Grammy Nominee Stefani Montiel and Host of ‘Tejano y Mas’Gabriel Zavala Live Music - Beginning at 7 pm Hugo Guerrero MariachI Eco de America Special Appearance by-Joaquin Castro & Ramon Chapa, Jr. From 2pm-3ptn at the #81 loiation the Princess will be there! MIRACLE TRE«T DflYi THURSDAY AUGUST II ¿011 Randall Dace-y, 2f), ol S,m Antonio, drove his niote)re y( Ic' at <i high r.vte* ot sfx'e'd into the' revir e>t thc' SUV (Irivc'fi b\ Tere'sa Marcv, of( onve'rse', as both hi'aded north, Pae k said. He' said Aiilife* fle'W Daec'y to UnivcTsity Hos-[)ital. Pack said he had no tur-the*r intiirniation about the* c rash, -- /)a/e)/K/o Moultrie BOARD Continued from Page I vice pre'sirk'nt David Dr.is-tata alxsent — to sc't a vote' on the issue <is prc'sc'nte'd. It It a[)proves the ncn\ k\S rate, the inere'ase tor the average' homee)wner in the' ( om.ll ISl) would amount to $ 17 .4 i next vx'ar. Walke*r pfo[)osed the mainte-nane e' .»nd ope'ra-lions tax rate' (MM)) remain at $1.04 pe*r $100 v.ilua-tion. The six-cent LSiS increase' vve)ulel raise* the RIGHTON FREE GIFT with purchiue district's total tax rate troni $1. 57 to $1.45 pe'r $100 valuation. Hic' board ad|i)urnc'd its bric'f rc'gular niee'ting attf'r ?() minute's be'tore B.tke'r gavele'd in a workshop sc's Sion, a thrc'e-hour training workshop. Dr. Bill Rutlier-tord trom the ic'xas Assoi i ation ot S( he)ol Ho.irds le-el Walke'r and l)oard mem* Ikts in the* training whie li is a re'C|uir('ment outline'd in the'Texas I elucation ( ode*. w PANDORA UNFORGETTABLE MOMENTS find uA on Facebook \ Bu .HK'SS III 5 'i Í 240 I ÌJ0 5 • s.ilcs'i'(‘tru’slos.c I im New Bf.uintcK ÎX OYl^ASTY FUEI.S I*ROI*A]\E WE WANT YOUR PROPANE BUSINESS! It’s time to fuel up for the winter. 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