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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 3, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEiTUNG.coM (Thursday, November 3, 2011 | 3 HGW TG SuBmm AN GBiTuARY  ■    By Email — obits®f)efald-»itung com  ■    ByT#l«phon« —Call625-9144;exi:214(Satiirdav ext 221); Obituahgs are paid sdvertisements  T()I)A\'SSKIWICKS  ■    DREILING, Robert Oscar, Mempriai service, 10 a m., Sts. Peter and Paul Catholic Church,  ■    MARTINEZ, Elizabeth Kelly Reed Visitation 6-8 p.m., Zoeller Funeral Home.  ■    GREEN, Bessie Visitation 5-9 p.m., Zoeller Funeral Home.  Bessie Green  ( irwn, ‘H, of Nrw Brciunfeis p.issed .ivvay on Tiicscl.ìy, November 2, iOl 1 af Kirkwood Manor in New Braiink'K, Sh(‘ was horn to ('harlié Hosek anri Ann.i (Supak) Hosek in ThreeOaks, Texas on lijly 10, 1920. She married Joivn (ìreen on May 7, in San Antonio and later movt'd to N(‘w Braunfels. She was a memlH:*r  ot St. P.uil Lutheran (;hur( h New Braunfels and worked tor ov('r twenty ye.irs at Mission Val ley Textile Mill. She was a loving inother, grandmother anrl great-granflmoth('r.  She is survived by d.uighter, Sharon Bartels .uid husband Rodney "I’etey; son, |ohn (ireen and wite Carole; and daughtc'r, Pat Hermes and husband Bill all of N(>w Br.uintels; sist(>rs, Mary I’ell ot Natalia, TX .infl Adella kr(*t)s ot Marion, FX; brothers, ( harh(* Hosek and (iladvs and William Hosek and wite Susie ot S.in Antonio, Fdward Hosek and wite I ran( es of Poth,  I X and I ugene I losek and \\it(' M.irtha ot West, IX; grand( hilih'n, Ainslie and Kenny Poinflexter, li'remy .uul lenny Bartels, Kristie and Matthew \Uiec k, B.j. and jennifer 1 l('rmes, Brit-tnie and lustin f riesen-hahn, lennifer Barties and tiaiHe Iordan Burkemiu'r and Mollv ('¡reen I Hmann <md Ri( k; grt*at-gran(k hil-(Iren, K.h hel, |,u e and  Kenlie Poindexter; Tyler Mueck, Kal(*b Friesc'nhahn, Ryder IJ11 man n and Logan Bartels; special niece and ne[)hew, Dickie and John Ciuthrie; and numerous other nieces, nephews, (‘xtended family and friends. Sh(' was precedt'd in death by her parents, husl)and, |ohn (îr(‘en, Sr.; brothers, Lee Hosek and Mi'lvin Hosek; sister, Lilly Magel; and grandson, Br('frt (ireen Publti Visitation will l)(‘gin 5:()() PM Thursday af Zoeller Funeral Home and will ( ontinue until ‘);()0 PM. Funeral Servic (*s will be held 1();(H) AM Fri-(Liy, Novt'mber 4, 2011 at Ztx'ller F un(>ral 1 tome with Reverend Marvin Koenig otfi( iating. Interment will toi low in (iuadalupe Valley Memorial F’ark. Memorial COirtributions may be giv(Mi to I loi)e Hospice.  zovuBi iiinkiulhoml:  l-iiiH'rab (St C rmiuiIhúi-s  IJiHnitv  hi S 1 .>iki,v. New Hr.uinfet.s (HM) 62!>-2'i4‘i  Megan Shea Powers  1 uner.ll Arrangements lie (oni|)let(' at Zoi'ller \ uner.il \ lom(' tor Megan Shea Powers, 2 5, ot Seguin, lexas who passed tiway on Monday, (Oc tober U , 201 I at her resident e.  I’ublic visitation will begin S:(K) PM Sundav at Zoc'ller Funeral Home*with a Vigil and Rosary to b(> r('( ited at 6;()0 PM. A  Funeral Mass will be held 9; {() AM Monclav, November 7, 201 I at Sts. Peter P.iul ( atholic C hurch New Br.Hinft'ls with burial to tollt >w at St. lohn ( emetery in Marion, TX.  Z()i:iJ.HK M NHRAI.IiOMi:  luncr.)ls & C n‘iii.)tion.s  P'gl'"V  òlS I .tnila, NfU hrauntels (K.W) (12S-2Ì49  Police investigate judge over video beating  PORTUND, Texas (AP)  PoIkc lauiK tied an investigation Wednesday into a lexas tamily law judge \.\hos(' daughter posted a YouTuIk' video ot him sav-ag('ly l)eating lu'r with a belt during a tir.ide several \ ('ars ago when she was a téiMiager.  the nearly H-minute video, vK'wed more than ‘>S0,0()() times as of late Wc'dnesday, shows Aransas ( ounty ( ourt-at-Lavv ludge William Adams lashing his iht'n-1 ()-year-old daughter in the legs more than a (k)zen times and growing inc reasingly irate while she s( reams .md rtvfuses to turn over on a iiefi to be beaten. I he videt) was uploaded last we(‘k.  "Lav down or I'll spank you in your (expletive) lat e," Adams s( reanis. His  BRIGHTON  Free giß with purchase!  ‘while iiipplm la>t  Y^.^ncing Potiy  I asliion Boiitiqiitr  Dovviitowii Nfw Hraunk'ls Mon Sat 10-6 • Sun 12-S • ••••••••  •    ONE-STOP  •    GIFl SHOPPING  •    ihd Ihdilln. hmdoKi,  •    ( 'lollit's /or Imlii's (ìli ({¡‘t .s  •    &    &Dtudi nmc!  PC COMPUTER REPAIRS  On-Site • Affordable  llie ^rviccs Cximpany of New Braunfet!»  (830) 837-2844  NB gets Main Street rec<^^tion  daughti'r, Hillarv, wails anti [)leads tt)r him tt) stop.  Fim layrtie, the pt)lu e t hief in William Adams' ht)metown of Rtxkptirt, a (luif ( oast community abt)ut 200 miles south t)f Flouston, said Wednesday that he's asked the Texas Rangers tt) assist in investigating whether the vitleo shows anything criminal happeiK'tl.  The City of New Braunfels Main Street Program has been (x>mmend(‘d ft)r its suctessfui annual f)rogress as a designated Main Street community. Tht'Tt'xas Flisttvrit al (Jonv mission (TFKj and its Tex.is M.iin Str(‘(>t Prtjgr.uii (1MSP) made tht' annt)unt ement Tuesday during the annual  Truck with keys gets stolen  From statt reports  A New Braunfels man rf‘()orted he left the keys insifle his 2010 fortl FI SO pit kup trui k and it was stolen t)V('rnight trt)m his ttriveway, [)t)Fit (' s.iid.  Lhe theft t)t t urrt'tl b(‘twe(‘n abt)ut I I [).m. Mondax .inrl tt a.m. Tues-flav in tht' 400 F)lt)c k of Oak Trate, saifi ( apt. )t)hn Mt Dt)nald of tlie New Braunfels I’olitt' Depart ment. Fhe nicui t alletl pt)lite about tt:10 a.m. Tuesday anti tt)ld th(‘m ht* act identally left his keys in the truck, which he val-uc'tl at S')!),000, Mt l)t)n alfl saifl.  Texas woman on death row to instead get life term  HOUSTON lAP)  ()ne t)t 1 0 wt)mt'n on tleath rt)u in Texas won an ,)[)[kmI Wednesday that w ill result in a litt* prison sentent e alter ht'r law\ft argut'd prt)st'( utt)rs imprt)()t'rlv withht'ld t'vi dence abi)ut t omments m.ult' b\ tlu'ir ke\ witness trtim her original ¡ninish-ment ht'aring.  ( helsea Rich.irtlstin, 1". was ttHwic ted t)t mastt'f-ininding the slayings t)t her bt)ytrK>nd's parents so he tt)ultl inlu'rit their $ I .S(> million estate. Sht' was 19 at the time of the Dt't ember 200 5 killings,  1 ler .ippeal Itn used on what her atttrrni'N, Rt)bt‘rl lortl, sail I was a proset u tor's tailure to give Rit hartlst)ii's trial lawyers ntvtt's frt)ni a psyt ht)k)gist that suggestetl anotln'r wtrman mastt'rmintletl the plt)t tt) kill Rit k anti Su/anna Wamsley of Mansfieltl.  Tarrant ( ounty prose-t utt)rs arguetl that the nt)tes would nt)t havt* t hanged the t)utn)me t)t the jury's decisit)n tt) senti Richardst>n to death rt)w.  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct Cremat ion  $775.00  (tompletc)  877-27l-()5()7 www.heartofti'xak'n'nhitionsxom (;all or sec website lor tletails  Suiiday, Nov. 6  Friesenliaus Restaurant & Bakery 148 S. Castell St. 830.625.1040  0 Tifiti Qì lïifiïÂiV ^  Texas Czech Polka iatirts  l)o\vni*)vvn by KR Crossing  •    Mon-Sat 10-6 ® We have parking!  •    • •••••••  BOOK SIGNING  flmmy Broselk axtd Tltorosa Cornoolt Pavlce»  AND  POLiCA lAM  f, »«sdl by  ^ 2-4 PM  f ¥  stat('wide dt)wntown revi-talization confc'rence, whic h w.is (t)-ht)sted by th(' TMSP and the Texas [)t)wntown Assot lation and held in Nacogdot hes.  Th(> S') N.itional Rc'cog nitn>n cities will be further rc't f)gni/etl as "N.ititvnally Ac c retlitc'd" by the National Trust for Hisft>rit PrC'ser vatu)n next A|)ril in Balti  more* at the annual conference of the National Trust Main Street Center.  "Throughout 2011 we have bee*n celebrating the Texas Main Street Program's iO years of pri)gr('ss, having taken our first designated cities in 1981. Recognizing these cities for their efmrts in revitalizing their histtxric  downtt)wns takes on s()e-cial meaning this year The programs being acknowF-c*dged are large and small from all areas of the state, showing that the Main Strec't model is appropriate ft)r alT kinds of communities with histt)ric downtt)wns," TMSP state coortiinalor Debra Farst said.  2 infamous escapees get execution dates  HOUSTON (AP)  Iwt) members t>f the nt)torious "Texas 7" gang thiit c'ngint't'rc'd the biggest prison est ,v[)e in thc‘ state's history havc> bc'en schetl-uFt'd tor c’xt't ution early nc'xt yc*ar (it»orge Rivas, 41, the mast(‘rmintl t)f tht* break t)Ut I 1 yc'ars .igo th.it left suburban Dallas [>t)lite t)ttu t>r tleatl, fat es lethal in)et tit)n in Huntsville' t>n Fc'b. 2*1, said lamille Bratl-field, à spokeswt)man tor tlie Dallas ( tvunty tlistnct attorirey's ottitc,  ( )ne of Ins tt)mpanit)ns, Donald Nt'wburv, 49, is  sc ht'tluli'd tt) be exet uted Feb, 1.  Bt)th lost ap|K.‘als of their cast's at tht' Sth U.S. ('ir-cuit ( ourt ot AF>peals in luly and bt)th have now askc'tl the U.S. Supreme* ('t)urt tt) rc'view their t asc’s. TTn)s(' rec^uc^ts arc* |)ending bt'tort' the high ctrurt.  Tht' pair wt)uld bet t)m(> the sc'c t)nd anti third mc*m-bers t)f the* gang put tt) death.  Mit hael Rt)drigue/ t)rtlered his a|)[>eals drt)[)|)ed and in 2()0tt bc't ame the tirst to bc‘ exe-  CUtt'tl,  During the escaf)c' on  Dec. 1 i, 2000, the seven t)V('rpt)werc'd workers at the Tt'xas De[)artment t)f ( riminal justit e ('t)nnally Unit in Kt'nt'dy, abtxut f)0 milc's st)uth of San Antt)-nit), stt)le the wt)rkf'rs' t lt)thes, brt)ke into the [)rison armt)ry to g(*t guns and drt)ve aw.ry in a prison truck.  Tht'v rt)l)bed twt) FTt)us-ton-<)rea stores and abt)ut twt) wt't'ks latt'r, t>n ( hrist-mas Fve, sht)t Aubrey Hawkins, 29, an Irving ()olite t)fficc'r, when he intc'rruptc'd their rt)l)l)ery t)f a sporting gt M)ds sttire in the D.illas suF)urb,  Federal court considers redistricting case  AUSTIN (AP)  A tt'fk'ral t t)urt in Wash irigtt)n vvrappt'cl up t)ral argumc'nts VVt'dnestlay in hearing to dt'tfrmine wht'fher fexas' new C'let tion maps can F)e imple mt'ntt'tl.  Attt)rne\ s said tht* thrc't' futlgc' panel c|ui'stu)nt'tl tlit'm abt)ut time con straints, but tlitl not intli t att' wht'11 tht'\ wt)ultl issut* a ruling.  "\K- stMisc' is that the\  think that tht'ft' are just too mam tacts th.it still nt'c'dtt) be resolvt'd tt)r tht'm tt) give a c]uick ruling," said Nina IVralt's, an attt)rney tor t)neot thc' intervenc'rs, the Mexit .in Amc'rican Legal Detenst' and Ftluca-tion Fund.  The state is cletending maps adtxptc'd earlier this ye.ir b\ the ('.OF’-k'tl Fegis-(ature and has asketl the ct)urt for approval t)f the ma|)s witht)ut gt)ing it) tri  al. The new maps were drawn tt) retlect pt)pula-titrn grt)wth. But the U.S. Dc'p.irtment ot lustite says the ma()s tor ( t)ngrc*ss and the Tt'x.is Ht)use districts sht)ultl be rejft ted l)ec aust' thc'v disc rirnmate against minority voters. The legal tight centers art)uiitl a rec|uirement that certain states be granted "[)ret learance" F)ett)rc' t hangc's in vt)ting practic cs c an bt' c'naclt'tl.  SAN ANTONIO I ARTHRITIS CARE CENTERS  San Antonio Arthritis Care Centers-New Braunfels Branch  - is proud to announce the opening of our PERMANENT facility at 876 Loop 337, Suite 201 on October 6, 2011. This location will bring state-of-the-art Rheumatologie Care in New Braunfels to a new level. We use Electronic Medical Recorcis, Ultrasonogra- * phy, Intravenous therapy (IV), Advanced Immunologic testing among other modalities in a safe, comfortable and newly remodeled facility. In order to advance rheumatologic care at the cutting edge of Medical Science, we will also have the availability of Clinical Research Studies for Rheumatoid Arthritis and other arthritic disorders. Our compassionate and careful Board Certified Rheumatologists are all USA Medical School, Residency and Fellowship-trained and stay current with the newest proven treatments for all forms of arthritis. We proudly accept Medicare, Tricare and most other private insurance plans.  Please call 830-358-5006 for a new patient appointment or a consultative visit rec|uest from your primary or referring physician or healthcare provider. Call today!  We specialize in: Rheunvatoid Arthritis, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, l>upus. Scleroderma, Gout, Ankylosing Spon-clylitis and related disorders, Sjogren’s Syndrome among other related Arthritic and C'onnective Fissue Diseases.  876 loop 337, Suite 201 New Braunfels, I x 78130  830.358.5006  210.590.9596  Joshua B. Stolow, M>l).  Kenneth R Des Rosier, M.D.  2 Opolkabands.cotit  SAN ANTONIO ARTHRIUS CARE CENTERS-NEW BRAUNFEl^ BRANCH   

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