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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HOW TO submit an nRITIJARY  ■    By Email obits^heralcl /eitung com  ■    By Talaphon« —Call 625-9144, ext 214 (Saturday ext 221| Obitiianns are paid miverlisements  TOD \^’SSKHVICKS  ■    JONAS, Irene Kaderli. Visitation until 10 a.m. Funeral 10 a.m. Zoeller Funeral Home Interment to follow at Guadalupe Valley Memorial Park.  ■    MITCHELL, Issac Newton Memorial service, 2 p.m., Lux Funeral Home Chapel.  ONLINE EXCLUSIVE  To comment on obituaries or to read comments made by others, visit herald-zertung.com  Elizabeth Kelly Reed Martinez  I li/.tlH'th Kelly R(*('(l Marlinez went to 1)0 with her lord on Thursday,  ()< tober 27, 201 1.  fli7al)('th vv.is born in Nashville,  IN on Nov(‘fnb('r U),    She is  th(‘ daughter ot Robert L. ,ind (iail Rei'fl ot New Hr.iuniels, T(»xas.  I li/ab('th IS survived by her ( hil-flren, Ir.ivis St(*rtiberg and Danielle M.utin(v of New Braun-t('ls. She IS also survived bv h(‘r ()(irents and a broth-<‘r, Robert I. R(>ed, |r. <ind his wite l('iin ot Devin«*,  I \ <is w('ll cis a sisti'r,  { olleen ( )gden .uid her hush,Hid, Mi( li.K'l and their ( hildri'n, ( .isi(‘ ,ind K\ lie ot I’e.irl,ind, TX.  f hAibeth is th(> grand-d.uighter ot l.onnie cind I )i\ie Wilson ot Nashville,  Í N, who have pie(cded h('r in de.ith, .is well as grandp.irents, Russell and Idith Ref'd ot ( ,uro, II , who h,u<* <ilso pre( ed('d her,  I li/abeth was troni a ( .iieer \t,trine iiiilit.ir\ taniiK, theretore she livf'd and grew up in several pla( es, .iniong whu h w<‘re Noith ( arolina, V''irgini.i,  ( alitorni.i, I l.nvaii .ind An-/on.t. She gr.iduated trorn S( >uthw(‘sl lexas Stat(* I tni-v(Msity with a d('gre(‘ in Biologv. She had it lov(' tor aniin.ds ih.it g.ive her niu( h pl(‘asure.  She lived c lose to her p.iients ,tnd helped them e\er\ d.i\ w ith the .miniáis th(‘ie. Sh(' was a( ti\,(> in  ('lirl Stouts with her daughter, Danielle and S[)(‘nt many ha[)py times cam[)ing with them. Sh(* was always willing to hel[) a triend and worked hard at any endeavor that she undi'rtook.  Sh(' will be missed so v('ry mu( h and there is <i void in our hearts th.it will be there forever. We will remember her every day and always.  There will be a viewing with the tamily on Thursday, November 5, 201 1 from f)-8 p.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home, f uneral services will be h('ld on I nday, November 4, 2011 ,it 2:00 f).m. at the Sts. Peter and Paul ( atholic ( hurth. Services will (on-c lude at the c hurch. The family has recjuested that memorial ( ontributions be given to the New Hr.iunfels I lumane So( iety.  Z()1ü.ij;riunkr\lh()mi:  I unt'r.ils C rfiii.Uu'iis  IJigiiity  i’I'i Limi.I. Nfw Hr.iuntols (8.Ì0) 625-2.149  Irene Kaderli Jonas  I unei.ll .triangem(*nts ,ire ( omplete .it the /oi'ller I uiK'ral 1 lome tor Irene K.iderli lonas, who passed .nv.iv on ()(tober 28, 201 I at the age ot ‘)4 \ears.  Visit,ttion I ontmu('s until seiv i( e tiiiK' luesd.iv .it the /oelU'r I uneral 1 lome. Si'ivK ('s w ill b(' luesdtiv .it  10:00 a.m. at the Zoeller Funeral Home. Interment will follow at 11; U) a.m. at th(’ (i ua da I up(' Valiev Memorial P.irk.  ZOFlJJiR 1UNHIUI.IK)MF  1 lllHT.li.s & Ca'IllcltU'llS  IJigiuty  i Lind.i, New lir.uintfh (830) 625-2.'î4‘»  Robert Steven Talkington  I uner.il .irrangements .ire pt'nding at the ZcK'ller Funer-<il I lome tor Robert Stev(>n Talkington, who passi'd away on Sund,IV in S.tn ¡Vtarc os, Texas at th(‘ age ot 87 years.  Jesse Arispe  I iiner.ll .irrangiMiuMits .ir(' pending at the Z(K‘ller Funeral I lome loi l('ss(> Arispi', who passed away on (Jctober 51, 201 I .it tiu' ( oloni.il Manor ( are ( enter at the age ot ()8 V'(Mts.  Official has regrets about fast and Furious’  WASHINGTON (AP)  In the l.itest (k'velopment in the controversv over .tn ()bama administr.ition gun-smuggling investigation, the lu'ad ot the lustit e I )e|)art-ini'iit's (timinal division said iVtonday lu* rt'grc'ts not alerting the dep.trtnu'nl's leadership to [iiohlems in .i similar gun-smuggling probe uitik'r tli(' Rush .ulministr.ition.  Assist.lilt AttoiiK'y (len-er.il l.annv Hr(>u('i said he knew in April 20 10 that investig.itors in tlit* 200() Hush-ei.t proh(' had .illovv('d Itutidri'ds ol guns to be Ir.insterred to suspet t-ed arms tr.iffitkers - the same ta(tu th.it Republi-(ans .ir(' triti< i/mg the ()bania's .idministiation tor using in ()|)('ralion Fast and I urious  When allegations about F.ist and I urious surtat ed (Mrly this v(Mr, the lustu e t)('partment told ( ongress that tlu‘ (k'partment makes "t'verv ('ttort" to s('ize w(Mpons that have been purchased illegally a statement undermined by the (‘xisteiu e of Ihe earlier Bush-era prolx*  Breuer said he made a mistake in not telling Attorney General 1 ri( Holder and Deputy Attorney ('len-  PC COMPUTER REPAIRS  On-Site • Affordable  llie Services Cximpany of New Braunfels  (830) 837-2844  er.il lames (ole about the tvirlier probe (ailed Operation Wid(> R(*teiver in whic h the so-called gun-walking ta( ti( was used.  New Perry ad touts jobs  DES MOINES, kMW(AP)  With just two months until Iowa's presidential caucuses, Re[)ubli(an Rick Perry is redoubling his effort to introduce himself in the state that holds his political fate.  Trailing in the [)olls, the Texas gov-(‘rnor on Monday intrcxiuc ed his sec -ond ad in the nation's first caucus state, just a wcx^k aftc'r his first, s€*tting his jobs and fiscal rc'cord as his chic'f assets and (K)king at his chief rival's superior dc'bating skills.  "If you're lcM)king for a slick politician or a guy with great telc*()rom[)tc‘r skills, we alrc’ady have that, and he's ckstroying our txonomy," IVrry says in  the nc'w ad, x)king direc tly at Democratic Preste ent B.irac k ()bama, but also nudging Romnt*y. "I'm a ckx'r, not a talkc'r."  And he's about to gcM some hc'lf) in another eady-voting st.tte. A supc'r ()olitical action committc'e that su[>-ports Perry and is run by s(>v(>ral Pc'r-ry asscx iates, Makc> Us (,rc>at Again, planned to run IV .ids in Snith ( aroli na as early as luesd.iy, tc'llingl V stations to reserve .lirtime for him.  It was unc lear what the ( ontcMit ot the South Í arolina ad is, hut the- fac t that the group is planning to run acK'C'rtisemc'nts on his beh.ilt indie .ites th.it IVrry's allies are ni.iking similar  efforts to bcK)St his poll numbc^rs in that key state'.  I’erry's c|uick release» of a second ad and two trips to Iowa this wec'k refl(*c1 his urgc>ncy for a gcKKi showing in the state'. IVrry nc'c'cls ,i strong [kt-tormance' in the“ jan. i e .lucusc's to carry him into New Hampshire*, vvhe're Romney the* forme*r Massa-e huse'tts gove*rn«)r, le*ael in |K)IIs ahe*ad of Its lt*aek)tf prim.iry.  I\*rr\' [)l,i( e«i| fitth in The I )e‘s Moine*s Re'gister's Iowa Poll publishc'd Sun-cl.iy, tie*el with forme*r House Spc'.ikc'r Ne'wt C'lingrie h with suf)port from 7 pe-rcent ot likely e .lucus goers. He>r-man C ain le*d with 2 {f)c*rce*nt.  Texas shooting donkeys, stirring burro backlash  PRESIDIO (AP)  Unoftic lally, the* state of Texas celc'brates donkc'ys and their historical and cultural significance in shaping the Ame*rican West.  Offic iallye ihe policy on wild burros out hc're* is shoot to kill.  Texas park range*rs arc* trying to wipe out hundreds ot free-roaming ek)nkeys in Big Bend State* Park, killing nearly 1 U) to date with . U)8-calil)er bolt-action rifles on this side* of the Rio (irande. But in the [)ro( ess, the* shootings are* stirring a whole new kind ot c ross border c ontrove*rsv, [)itting state offic lals against bur ro-lovers who believe the .inimal holds .t spec i.il place 111 historv and de'serves protec tion.  Ihe state's stane e*: Wild donkt'ys wandering over from Mexit o simply ck)n't belong. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department considers an c*stimated iOO burros in Big Bcmd to be* destructive intruders, hogging forage and lap-f)ing up prc'c ious water in the drought-starved mountains thereby thrc'atening the survival ot hundreds ol native s[)c*t ies.  ()utraged loc als, hovv-c'ver, c laim there's only one* anim.il the* state real-K ( arc's .ibout bighorn shc*c‘[).  "They say we're doing this just so tour ric h white guys can hunt bighorn sheep out here*," said David Riskind, dire*ctor ot natural rc'sourcc's for the parks agency. "That's just not true."  Once extinct m Texas for decades, bighorns made <i heralded homecoming to Big Bend last year when a herd of nearly tour dozen was relocated to the H(),000-ac re  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct C'remation  $775.00  ((omplete)  877 271 0507  www.lieartoftexascrematiinis.coin  (^all or see website tor details  LIBERTY  BIST_RO  ni\liÍM'i't\ Itistro.rolli  Savor llu' liiic*x[M*c*led for liiiH'li!  •    lì.iron ( lii|tollr l>in fi< i  •    lilat'ki iu fi < liK Ini-u Pit^t.i  •    l‘ i.ill 'I'iM  •    \X (><>a I ii (mI 1*1//.I  for hii.situ'KS ituM‘ting8  ^ 200 N, Seguin AvanuB in Ùomntowti New BmutifelH  '■.«AMS V'ROlfl' $44»-$ 1260  We Want to Make You a Loan  • No Chffcking Account Needed • Usually 30 Minute Service  STOP BY TODAY FOR FAST CASH!  range*. But (*ve*n that's not big enough for what the state* s.iys are* toreign bur ros ,ind the n.itive bighorns.  Skeptie s sLispe*( t the state*'s st.inc (* is all .t wink to vve'.ilthv and vvelh( on-nee t<‘d hunters. ( ove*te'd st.ite permits to hag bighorns tet( h upw.ird ot $ 100,000 ,)1 auc lion in Tex.IS, and op[)onents like Margarc't l.tr.ibee' of the* Wild Burro Prote'e tion I e*,tgue l)e‘lie*v(* th.tt's whv ihe si.itc wants to eiimi-nal(' .tin !hre*,it to the sheep's surv iv.tl so the* biglK)rii hunters (,in one (I.tv K'turn lo Big Bf'iid.  Kiskind s.iid it will take* de*( .tde*s hetot(* the' bighorn popul.ition is robust e*nough to possihlv .illow hunting in Big Be*nd, but that doc'sn'l cpii(*t the* doubts ot ,i grow ing e .imp.tign to save* the* burros tor .i see ond time*.  DALLAS  Man accused of shining laser at jet  A te*de>ral indie tme*nt ac e use*s a Dallas man of  EXAS  Associated Press  lasc'r .It an a in ratt nc*ar his home.  A U.S. attornc'y's state*me*nt Monday savs S.tm-my I )( >n Ladvmon |r. ot ( i.trland is ( h,irge*d with .1 single* ( ount ot int(*rt(*ring w ith ,in .tirt ratt atter <i l<ise*r w.ts |)ointe*d .it .1 Southwest Airline*s jet on lune* 2. 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The* drive*r he.ircl .inoth-('r m.tn pounding on the* eompae tor's inside w.ill .tnel e rv ing to he* trc'c'd.  He w.ts taken to San Antonio Militarv Mc'die ,il ( enfe*r, whe*re* he* die*d .tbout () a.m.  Would you go to a hotel room or a grocery store to get your flu shot?  No^ liwi wly take your precious fnetdb to someone just piisshigthnmgh^ Fmestos is d local uH.ilestablishedatul nfut4ihlt‘ ileakr that offm yioit a safe aivinnnueut for buying and selling yourpreaous metak  We will beat any of our competitors prices!  Offering the highest prices on:  tft ^  • sale to Emesto*s of $500 or morel  Diamonds Gold Coins Silver Coins Scrap Gold Sterling Silver  •    Trays  •    Flatware  •    And more  Will buy or trade |  #/ QolÁ Buyer îâv the  We Buy Your Old Go It! & Diamonds  Braunfels pAarketplace 651 N. Business IH 3S Suite 240 |  H  www.0rn0stos.com  • 830-625*3203 ||| j   

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