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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 2, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEiTUNG.coM | Wednesday, November 2, 2011 | 3 HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■    By Email — obitsOherald-zeitung com  ■    ByTdcphon« — Call 625-9144, ext 214 (Saturday: ext 221) Obituaries are paidadvertisemmts.  roi)AV’SSHHVICF:S  ■ KEITH, Patricia. Funeral service, 9 a.m., Mission Burial Park North Mausoleum Chapel, San Antonio,  Elizabeth Kelly Reed Martinez  hli/alx'th Ke‘lly Ri'cd Martini‘z went f() l)e with her lord on Thursday,  Oc tober 27, 2011.  Flizalx'th was horn in Nashville,  TN on November iO, She is  the (iau^hter of Robert I.....and Gail  Reed ot New Braunfels, Texas.  Hizal)('th is survived by her (hil-drc'n, Travis Sternberg and Dani(*lle  Martincv of New Braun-lels. She is also surviv(>d l)v h(>r p.iri'nts and a brother, Rob(‘rt L. Reed, [r. and lirs wife |(‘nn of IJevini*, TX as well as a sister,  (olleen Ogden and her husband, Michael an(i their children, ( asie and Kylie of Pearland, TX.  Flizab(*fh is the grand-d.iughter of Lonnie and Dixie Wilson of Nashville, TN, who have |)rcH:eded h(M in death, as well .vs gr.ind()arents, Russell and Idith Reed of ('airo, IL, who fiave also precedc'd Ix'r.  [ lizabeth was from a ( areer Marin(> military tamily, therefore' she lived and grew up in sev(*ral pLu (*s, among vvhii h wc're North ( arolina, Virgini.i, ( aliforni.i, Hawaii and Arizona. She graduatcHl from SouthwcNt Tt'xas State Uni-v('rs(ty with a degrc'e in Biology. She had ,i love tor animals that g.tve her mu( h pleasure.  She lived c lose to h(*r parents and helped them (‘v(‘rv day with the anim<ils th(’re. Sh(‘ was a( tive in  (jirl Scouts with her daughter, Danielle, and s[)ent many hap|)y times camping with them. She was always willing to hc'lp a fric'nd and worked hard at any endeavor that she* undertook.  She will be missc*d so v(*ry mu( h and there is a void in our hearts that will i)(' there forc'ver. We will r(‘memi)er her c*vc‘ry day and always.  There will be a vic*wing with the famiiy on Thursday, Novc'mber V- 201 I from f)-K f).m. at the* Zoc'ller funeral Home. Funt'ral services will b(‘ h('ld on Friday, Novc'mber 4, 2011 at 2:(K)p.m, at the* Sts, PetcT and Paul ( atholu ('hurc h. Seaices will conclude at the church. The family has rc‘c|uc*stc*d th.it mc-morial contril)utions be givc'n to the Ncnv Br.iunfels 1 lumanc' Soc ietv.  Z( I I NHRAI. nOMh  I'urifwls & Cmn.ituias  I^ignity  ('IS I »iiida New HMunK'K (RW) 62Í-2349  Patricia Keith  Beloved Sister, Mother and (Vrandmother Patric la "Karen" Keith wc'nt to be* with tlie Ford on Sunday, ()(toF)c'r 50. 201 1 at the .ig(* oi 70. Karen, as hc*r tnends ( ailed h(>r, was .i te.u hc*r for over 20 yc‘ars.  She was prc'ceded in de.ith by hc*r Fathc'r, W.ivnc* I ngledow; Mother, Lois 1 l.uris .md hc*r husband Dr. Bill Keith. She is survivc*d l)\ her son, Kevin Keith, his wife* Sh(‘lley, and thc*ir (l.vughtc'r Kameron; Sister,  Vk ki Millmer, and her hus-l)and Bc*nnv; nicne Lindsay I riedric h, and her husband Roy; <ind great niei e ( laire Fvelyn.  A Func'ral Service will be held at 9:00AM on W(*dnesday Novc*mber 2, 2011 at Mission Burial Park North Mausoleum ( hapel, located at Ì40I ( ht*rrv Ridge in San Antonio.  You may sign the* online* guc*stbook at www.mis-sion()arks,( om, undc*r the obituary sc'ction.  Megan Shea Powers  1 uneral Arrange-ments are pending at Zoe*ller Fune*r-,il I lome tor Mc*g.Hi Shea Powers, 2 i, ot Seguin, Texas who passe*d aw.iy on Monday, October il, 2011 at hr*r resid(*nc e.  Big band singer Beryl Davis, 87, dies in Calif.  LOS ANGELES (AP)  British-born big band singer Be*ryl Davis, who m.ide he*r Li.S. debut on Bob Hope*'s radio show and Liter pe*riormed with Frank  Weihnachtsmarkt  Visit with Santa Sophie's Kaffee Haus Sophie's Shop Raffle & Great Prices  NOV. 18 - 20  Civic Center  Sinatra and Benny Goexl-man, has clie*d in Los Ange-lc*sat87.  She dic'd Friday of com-[)lic ations from Alzheimc*r's disease.  BRIGHTON  Free gift with purchase!  iiippltfi last Y)ai'cing Votiy  i'asliion Boutique  Downtown New Braiiiii«i<i Mon Sat 10 Ci « 81111 12 S  VIN seminar slated Thursday  By Dalondo MouKrte  The Herald-Zeitung  De'f)uties at the (omal C'ounty She*riff's Office want to sc rate h your vehi-c Ic's' glass ... but in a gcMKl way.  The She'riff's (c)ml)ined Auto Theft (S(.AT) task fore e along with the* Sher iff's Community Rc*source Te*am is hosting vehie le identific ation tlinie Thurs-da\ at the Knights of ( olumbus p.irking lot, 111 (anda Street in New Br.uinfels. The clinic tx'gins at 11 a.m., lasts until 1 p.m., and offers fre*e vehi-ele* ide‘ntifie ation numlx’r etc hing.  VIN e>te hing is .i se*e urity tCH hnic|ue in whie h a vehi-(lc‘'s identitie ation number  is ne*rmanently c‘tc hc*d into all of the vehicle's glass. An .VC idic substáne e and témplate are usc>d to affix the number to the glass.  "We eve*n do it on sunroofs if it's glass," ( ( So Cpl. Tim Kolb'said. "Th.it's a gre*at auto theft prevention tool, [)lus it's a good invc'stigation tool it the* vehie k' dcK's ge*t stolen and parted out."  The* numlwr is not obtrusive*, but IS visible' to thie'ves and law c*nf()r( e* men! officers. Kolbe said professional criminals nc)ti( e* ve»hic le*s with (*t( he*d windows and pass by.  "You'd be sur[)rise*(l," he said. "Th(*y look the*s(* cars ove*r bc'tore they stc*al the*m, the re.il profe*ssion  a Is."  The process takes about 10 minutes, Kolbe said, .idding that auto dc'alers usually c hargc* about $1 'jO tor e'tehing. With the he*lp of sheriff's ele luties, me*m-bers of the* Sne*riff's ( om-munity Resoure e Team, ( itiz(*n Sheriff's Academy alumni, the* Knights of ( olumbus and the S( AT t.isk tore e, et< hing is ire*e.  Kolbe* said S( AT will be .Hce*pting monc’tary donations as we'll as travel-size*d hygi(*ne f)rodu( ts to be-ne*-lit Ronald McDonald I louse.  Th(* sheriff's offle e has bc‘en holding similar e lin-ic s for at least six y<*ars, Kolbe said. He said 184 vehie les were etc he*d in  four hours in 2009. Not every yc^ar is the same and some years the sheriff's office clidn't hold the event, Kolbe said.  "There have been some years when we didn't gc't to it/' he* said. "We're trying to re*e tify that and do it on a more consistent basis."  Kolbe* said the sheriff's office will hold another e*tc hing event ne'xt week, from 11 a.m.-l p.m. Nov. 10 at the Community Resource* and Recreation ( enter e>n Mabel lones Drive in Canyon Lake. Anothe*r event, he said, is s( hc'duled from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m Nejv. 2 i in Bul-verde, at a location to l)e dc'terminc'd.  $700 air compressor stolen from shed County  From stati reports  Some*one reporte‘dly fore e*d e*ntry into a stor age* she'd Sunday afte*r noon in Ne*w Braunfels and stole ,in air e ompres-sor, a polli e spoke*sman said.  Police were* told the* building, lo( atc'd ,it VfvO  McKenna Ave*., was bur-glanze*d al)out [>.m. Sund.iy, said ( apt. john Me Donald ot the* Ne'w Braunfels Polue* De'part-me*nt.  M( Donald s.iid the complainant eallc'd [)olice* about 10 a.m. Mond.iy .ind re'[K)rte*(l h.wing vidcH)  surve'illane e showing a man in the building attempting to steal a black, U)-gallon industrial air comprc*ssor value'd at $700.  Police* await delivery ot the* vid(H) surv'c'illanc e* and (ontinue to inve*sfigate, Me 1 )onald said.  Obama: U.S. interest to guide pipeline ruling  WASHINGTON (AP)  Pre*side*nt B.ir.u k ()ba m.t s.iys wh.tt's be*st lor th(* Ame*rie an pe*opl(' and the e*( onom\ will guide* his administration's d<*( ision on whether a ( anadian eompan\ can go ahe*.id with a tr.insnational oil pi[)e*line* to Fc'xas,  Ihe proposc'd pipc'linc has |)rompted prote'sts  ac ross the ( ountry. Demonstr.itors h.ive ,ilso bc'c't! arresU'd in I runt ot the White* House.  Obama said Tuesday that .imong the* ta( tors to l>e evaluate'd is wiic'ther the pipeline* would thre*at-e*n drinking water sup|)lie*s in f)l.u c's wh(*re it would be loe ate*d. He* s.nd a de*( ision will be bas(>d on  what's best tor the ee ono-my .Hid the Americ an pe*oplc, me hiding their h(*alth. Ihe St.ite De*[)art-menl is in le.iding the r(*yie*vv be( <ujse the pipc'line* e rosses an inter-n.itional borek'r.  Oliam.i commentc'd in intc'rvK'ws with local TV stations from Om.ih.i, Ne'l)., and Houston.  Official: 956 TX water systems on restriction  AUSTIN (AP)  Ihe historu drought punishing Tex,is has tore e'd about a filth ot the* st.ite*'s wate'r syste'ms to ask or ( ompel e ustome*rs to tollow wate*r restric tions, while* le*.ning 2 J SNstems with eithe*r unknown sup[)lv Ic'vels or within six months ot cC)ni plete*ly running out, a top expert told st.ite* se*nators Tuc'sday.  ( ark)s Rubinstc'in, one* ot thrc'e e ommissioners ot the* Texas ( ommission on Fnvironmc'ntal (Quality, tc'stified betore the Senate* Natural Rc'souree's C'om-mittc'c' that ‘)1 perc ent ot the state is now' tacing extreme or exeeption.d drought conditions and ‘JSi) public water systems have imposed voluntary  or mandatory rc'stric tions on water use*. His commission lists 4,721 total community wate*r systems acr( )ss Texas,  Rul)instein said SS ot those* have prohibitc'd all outside wate'ring and at le*ast 2^ are* in such dire straits that otficials can't dete*rmiiu* the state ot their wate*r stocks, or be*lie*ve they are within 180 (lays ot drying up.  "We try to talk to them.  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct Oematiun  $775.00  (C'omplete)  «77 271 oso:  WWW lieurtofti'xiisi ri’inutions iont C'.all or see website tor détails  try to lind out where* we have .ilternate* watc'r sup-plie's," Rubinstein said of the iommunitie*s whose wate*r situation was most-.tlarming.  A map posted on the commission site showed many regions under mandatory restrictions (lusterc'd around F1oustC)n and San Antonio.  to consider tennis courts  from staff reports  (omal County commissioners will mc'e*t Thursday to conside*r seeking bids to build tennis courts at the {ounK''s lumbo Fvans S(X)rfs Park. '  The two tennis courts would be' operatc'd by the Spring Branch Tennis C'entc'r, which h.is a park lease with the county. The concrete courts would cost an c'sti-matc'd $()4,47S to construct.  (;ommissic)ne»rs will me^et .It 8:1 S a.m. Thursday at the ( ommissioners' C'ourtrcK)m, l‘)9 Mam Plaza in New Braunfels.  (ommissione'rs will also: • consider nominating ( ounty ludge Sherman Krause to serve on the Poli-(A Committee tor the Tc'xas C onfc'rence of Urban C oun-tie*s, a non-protit that advo-cates county issues and studies policies that affc^ct urban counties.  •    C^onsider nominating a candidate for the C'omal (ounty Appraisal District board of directors election.  •    See*k bids for food se^rv-ice* for the county )ail.  •    Take citzen comments.  •    He.ir reports from staff and officia s on items of community interest.  Don’t miss gifts, goodies, and good times!  LIBERTY Savor I hr  (or liiiu'h!  BISTRO  ♦    Ul;i< l\< in-a < !lii( kt'ti l',i>l.i  •    I i'll I .ICO-»  •Wd.ill I IK'd l*IV/,(  'Kooin.s iof htisiii«vs.s  '■ ' < 2WÍ N. Segitia Avenue in -Braiuifek,  St. Andrew Lutheran Church of Canyon Lake  Live and Silent Auctions • Arts & Grafts • Holiday Gifts Baked Goodies • Cafe • Collectors Comer • and more!  CODNTBT BAZAAR and AUCTION  Saturday, November 5, 2011 9:00am-3:00pm  For more mformatiofi, call 830-899-2273  7420 FM 2673 in Startzviile, “up the hill" near Super S  www.standrewofcl.org   i^KIPS First  Paid Advertising  Allergies  One <)l my liivorite tinu's «)t tlic ye’.ir is .lutumn. f in.illy, vv(* g(;‘t sonu* (ooU'r wci.vlhcr, thert' is .hi energy in the .lit, the Ic-.wes t)egin (o turn, .Hid wc> st.irt to look lorw.ir(l to tfic' liolidav sc'.ison. It is a gre.it tirrve ot ytvir , unless you're snee/ing, toughing, whee/ing, .ind tin* snot in your nose is m.iking you sound likefMnier l udd. So m.iny c liildren .ind adults are* attei te*d hv this allergy thing, tor those ot you who tviive not lieen .ittec te'd, you are* otten lookeni upon with envy and scorn.  Paid Advertising  Wait, so not e'veryone is .iftex:te*d'' Why is that? Att<‘r all, we all live on the same planent, the difterenc e is most often seen in how one ( Ivild's body is .»l)le to adapt, while another is not. The child who has thc’se seasonal allergies is actually hypersensitive to .i normal p.irt ot the environment. Solution: gt<t rid of all the' flowers, trees, and grasses'' Or, and this is more re\ison.il)le, get the child's boily to function so it can handle the environment.  The* thing that runs your t)ody in a perftn t manner is  your nervous system. As long .is It IS able to ( ontrol all lunc tions of the body w ith no mterlereni e, your c hild sfunild have the' best h(‘.rlth posMble. It, howevc'r, thi-re IS interfereiu t' to the' normal function ot the' nervous system, your c hild's body will not vvork [)ropedy and react |)oorly to pollens, pe.inuts and otht'r parts of our environment Recent underst.indings in psyc honeuroimmunology reve.il that when the lu'rvous system fuiK tions f)etter the immune system benefits. The (hiroprac tit approac h is to remove vertt'bral sul)luxations, a common spinal (iistortion th.it cre'ates interterenc e to the nervous system. I ren'd ot nervous system interfer en< e, your body will work  more eltei lively on thr alleigens in your enviion ment.  ^ our ( hild IS under ( hiropractK t are already and his or hi-r .illtvrgies are still Ij.id!* I irst, I would s.iy make' sure your ( hiId is ge'ttmg adjusted emough, A vertebral subluxation is .i l).ut h.ibit tlu' body h.is learned, and we .ill know how hard it is to c ut bad h.|i)ils. 1 he Wellness C,'hiro[)ractor will sugge'st a sc hedule ot i .ire th.it will bt'st l)(*netit your child's health. Second, che< k out what m.vy trigger your c hild's allergies, in p.irta u-lar, what your i hilel is e>ating and drinking. l-or instaiK i*, toods loaded with sug.u c an weaken our immune system or ( ause it to c)vc*rre>a( t to other  stimuli  II yoi.1 are interested in seeking ( hirof)rat tic c .iie to hel[) with your t hild's .illergies, pte.ise t .ill my C hirett)r.u tic Wt'llness C enter, or visit my website. 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