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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 8, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEiTUNG.COM | Tuesday, November 8, 2011 | 3 HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■    By Email - obits®tierald-7eitung com  ■    By Tsitphon« — Call 625-9144, ext 214 (Sfitijrday ext ?21|  Mary Ann Holzmann  Mary Ann Holzmann, ago 78 of Keller, iormcrly of New Braunfels, passed away on N()vemi)er 6, 2011. Visitation will Ix' held on Wedn(‘sday, Noveml)(‘r 9, 2011 at Tres Hewell Mortuary from 2 to 7 ).m. with the family r(Hciving frient s fr()m 3 to 7 f) rn. Rosary will be recited Thurs  day, November 10, 2011 at 9: U) a.m. at St. james (,ilholt( ( hur( h in Seguin tol lowed by the mass of ( hrislian burial at T0;00 a.m. with Rev. Msgr. Dennis Darilek otficiating. E ntombment will follow in Sts. Pet(>r and Paul Catholic ( emetery Mausol(?um.  Mary Ann w,)s born on April ‘i, I9i i in Stanberry Missouri to (leorge and I ran( es Riley (uinter. She IS pre( t'ded in death by her husband ('lerald Mau-ri( e Ilolzmann, |r., her ()arents ,md her brother, VVillian) (luntf'r.  She is survived by her d.ujgfiters, ( ,uri(> Kraft and husband jetf, and Kimberly Sc horn and husl)and S( ott; grand( hlldren, Mea-gan Mall and husband justin, l\iige Kraft, Sam Kratt, K('lley S< horn .uid  Allison Sc horn; brothers, jerry (lunter, John Riley (junter, (lavid (iunler, Anthony (junter and wife Fva, and Mike (kinter and wife Blanc he; sistc*rs, Altc e Bergfalk, Theresa Sullivan anc husband Danny, and jeanna (Varcia and husband Damian; sister-in-law, M.iry Ciunter; numer ous nic'c c‘s, nephc'ws ancl cousins.  Memorial c ontributions may be made lo the I ittlc-Sisters ot the Poor-JcMnnc' lugan (enter, 874^ jamc’s A, R{>edRoad, Kansas i ity, Missouri f)41 ^8-4490. You arc- invited to sign the guest book .It www.treshewc'll .c om. Arrangc'ments are under thc' direction of Tres Hewell Mortuarv, )i)5 Tor Dr., Seguin, Tc-xas, 781 Vy, 8 50-S49-S912.  Teresa Castillo  Teresa ( astillo, 67, dieri Nov. 4,  2011, at C olonial Manor in New Braunfels, Texas.  She was born Oct. 15, 1944, in New Braunfels. She was a New Braunfels ISi) graduate and formerly worked a1 Simf)son Kac ing.  Survivors include her husband,  Raynaldo { astillo of New Braunfels; daughter, Yesenia ( astillo and a number of nieces  Soto and her husband Mark; gr.inddaughters, l.auren ( astillo, Katelyne ('astillo, ( C'line (Kritter) ( astillo; stc'pgrandc hildren, Anthony Soto, Monica Soto and Savann.ih Soto; grc‘,it-ste|)gra ndsotis, Kay-den and Kaiiiden Soto; sis-IcM, Argrapina ( .impos Morales, and husband;  and neph(‘ws.  She was [)rec edc'cl in death by lier sistc'r, luanita C ampos Sandoval; and n('ph(‘w, lohnny loe San doval.  Visitation .uid sc*rvicc‘ will be 1-!) p.m. VVednes-clay at Hosanna Bafitist ( hurc h, 2 7? VV. Merri-weathí'r Si  Doyle Tracy Creel  Dovic' Trac V ( rcH'l passed away pcMcetully on Novc'mber (>th after tightirig a long, hard battle with mul ti[)le mvc'loma lor over 2 yc’ars.  I )oylc‘ was born Novembc'r 8, 19S0 in (ion/,îles, Ic-xas. He grew up in VVi‘st Ic'xas bc'tore fiis tamily sc*ttk*d in San Antonio. Hc' graduated from  Robc'ft f. Lec' 1 ligh S( hool in | 9()‘) çiricl then wc'nt on to the I iniversitv ot Tc'xas ,it Austin bc'torc' gradu.it-ing troni Southwest Texas State Univc'rsity. Doyle thc'n joined the Dc'part-ment ol Public Safc'tv as a highway |)atrolman tor fi years. I Ic then workc'cl tor sevc'r.il rc*sid(‘ntiat c on-struction companies as a site* projc'ct man.iger Ix'tore rc'turning to s< hool to pursue his Mastc'r's in Fduca-tion. I Ic* touc heel many livt's ,)s a teac hc>r in Spc‘-( I al I due at ion <i nd i n ( ri mina I justic e'l aw f ntoK cmcMTt at Roosc'vc'lt 1 ligh Sc I100I bc'tore rc'tiring in 2()()^. Dovlc's passion was bc'ing in the outdoors .ìlici as such, was an avid hunter .iiid tisherman.  Hc' is survived by his will', bc'st trie'nd and .tclvo-c ate* tor over Î5 \c‘ars,  Kathy; son, Scott ( rt'el and vvitc', lill; daughtc-r, 1 auris-sa Dennis ancl husl)and,  Nick; grande hildren, ( on-nor and I indsav C reel, ancl Reagan and Kc'lly Dcmnis; brothc‘1, Lynn ( rt'el ancl sister, ( aroiinc' (iarrett.  The family wishes to <ic knowledge thc-ir sini er-c'st ap|)rec latioii to Do\ le's oncologist, Dr I )avid ( lor-ckm, and his outstanding ancl c ompassionate st.itt tor the* |Kist two ye.irs, ,incl the stati at Vitas Hospu c' for making his last clays c omlort.iblc* so he c ould f)ass away with dignity. Thank you for c'vc'rvtliing.  The larnily w.ints tc) also ac knowledge* the many triencis ancl famiK' who vis-itc'd, c.illc'd and kc'pt Dovk* involvc'd tn lite to the c'licl, VVe will nevc’r bc' able to thank you tor uplitting us <it CHM d.irkest hours.  ,A Memciri.il Service* honoiing Do\l(* will bc* held fliursda\, Novc'iiiber lOth at 10 AM at the Sc hc'rt/ Tunc*r.)l Home* ( ha|)C'l. In lieu ot llcnvc'rs, the tamily would like* ck)nations to be made to the Le*ukemi.) and Ivm-phom.i Soc iety 01 Vitas Hospic e*. You .ire» invitc'd to sign the* c*lec troiiic gut'stb(M)k at  www.se  he*i1/-t'uneralhome.c om  Arrangements are* with: Schc*rt/ Lunc'i.il Home'  Jeannine McKerall  leannine Me Kerall age* 81, ot VVoodway passed away Sunday Novc'inber (), 201 I at ProvidcMKe Hospital surrc)unded by hc'T tamily.  I uiu'rai Sc'ivic es will be ll'M VVt'cineselay Novc*m-l)c*r 9, 201 1 at Cirac e (ìar-clens funer.il Home (,'hapc'l with Pastor )im C'iray officiating. Burial will follow at Mejore Omc'tc'ry, ('h.ilk Blutl. Vis  itation will be trom () to 8PM luesetav Novc*ml)er 8, 201 1 at Cii.ice* ( jardc*ns Lune'ral I lomc* ( h.ipel. It you <ire unable* to atte'iid the tuneral you may log onto  www.grac  e*gar-deiisth.com .ind e lic k on the video services i.ib lo watch a live broadcast ot the tuneral.  The* tamily invitc's you to Icvave memoric's anci me*s-sages at  www.grac  e*g.ir-dt'nsfli.com.  James Byler  Arrangements are |)t*nding at Doc‘|)pensc hmicit I uner-al Home in ( ailyon Lake for jame's Byler, wLio [iassc'd away on Monday Novembe'r 7, 2011 at thc* .ige ot 80,  Doctor convicted in Jackson’s death  LOS ANGELES (AP)  Mi( hael Jackson's ck)c tor was c onvic tc'd Monday ot involuntary manslaughter in the f)0|) star's de.ith for supplying an insomnia-[)lagued lac kson with a povv e* r f u 1 oper a t i n g - re )c )m anesthetic to help him slee[) as he* re4iearsed for his i)ig c omc'bac k.  Dr. ('onrad Murray, 58, sat stone-fac ed as he heard the vercJict that could send him to prison tor u|) to lour  POLIS  Continued tiom poge I  bc'hind on the city's wildly )opul.ir Kibing rivers. Lhe )<in cloc's ne)t a|)ply on the* lu.idalupe River troni  Nc*w  ÎÊf  years and cost him his license to prac lice mc'cli-cine. He was hanek utted and It'd off to j.iil to await senit'nc ing Nov. 29.  The verdic t marked the latest c haptc'r in one ot pop culture's most shocking tragc'dic's the' 2009 drug-overdose death ot the* King of l\)[) at agc‘ SO as he* was about to mount a seric's of conc erts in Le)nck)n thiit lie ho[)ecl would turn his career around.  ( .inyon l ake* to the Hrauntc'ls limits The* ordinance* promptc'd tlie* c re*.ition ot ( an the* Ban, a (lolitic al ae tion c onv inittc'e* tli.it c ontc'tuls the han could hurt the city's tubing mdirstrv. lhe PA( organi/C‘d <1 sue c esstul pc*ti tion drive*, galhe*nng c'liough signature's to tore c* lod.iy's rc‘tc*rt'nduni.  \\e*.iiu\liilc*, a ()re) ban group, Stipj)ort Ihe*Ban.org, l()riiH*d .iiicl It,IS bce'ii work-ing to ( onvinc (> yote-rs to bae k the- ( ounc il's c'ttort to ( ic'.in u() the c rtv s bc'kne'cl rive*rs lockiy, voters will clc*( icle* tin* issue* Ihc’y'll bc* askc'd to vote "tor" or 'against ' the* disposable* (ontaitK'r b.iri, which would lake ettc'c I Ian. 1.  Polls will bc' ope*n trom 7 a 111. to ^ p.m.  Where to vote on ban  ( itv polling pi.ices will Ik* open in tlie* ( eitnal ( (Hintv ,iivd the* ( luadalupe ( ouivtv portions ot Nc'w BrauntC'js.  ( oMi.tl ( (Hintv polls .ire*:  •    IVt (t)I, ( oinal ( oun-tv Senior ( iti/ciis ( t*nt(*r,  1,111(1,1 St  •    l’( ts. 10 5 ,md 2(1 i,  t r(*c‘dorii ( ('How ship ( liLir( h 110 ( )ak Run l’( mil Drive*  •    l’( Is 201 .ind 202, Pc'.ic e* I uthc*r.iii ( huK h,  1    I4~ sWalnut Ave.  •    Pc Is iO 1, 502, and 5 0 5, SI. P.iul I ulher.in ( hur( ii 181 S Sanl.i ( Lira \yc'.  •    Pi I 40 I 1 den Hill ( ()nimumlic*s, iiil Lakc*-V ic'vv 1 >rive.  •    Pel. 504, 104 and 40(), ( ross 1 ut}ic*r.iii ( bun h,  2    I y’ l f. ( onitnoii St. C'luad.ilupe* polls are:  •    I’d 102, 10? and 408, ( irace Me'morial ( hurc h, 5240 1 arm to Markc't Road ^25.  •    Pc I. 40 I, St. lohn's 1 uthc'r.in ( lunch, bOi) S. ( e'ntr.il St., M.irion.  Other elections  The* ( ity's retc'rc'ndum isn't the* only eie*( lion being lielel today.  The ■’5,5SS rc'gislered voters in ( oinal ( ounty  DOWNTOWN  SIDEWALK  SALE!!!  I hurst/ay 1 ():()() am - 6:00 pm  50-70% OFF!  l ook (or the  will Ix' joining votc'rs <ic ross the state in voting on a list ol proposed ame*ndnien|s to the state* ( onstilution Thc'y'll be* .iskc'ci to mark "for" or “.ig.iinst" on e*ae li ot 10 »ropositions Adc itionally, votc'rs liv ing in arc'as ol (Om.1l (ounty sc'rved by Bex.ir Me'tropolit.ui W<ite*r Distrie t will IK' voting |clining votcTs in Bexar, Atase osa ancl Mc*clina counties in voting on whi*the*r to dissolve Bc'xar Mc*lropolit<in VVatc'r District. Be*\.ir Met serve's <il)oul 5 50 c ustorners in ( omal's Bulvc*rde ancl Spring Br.iiie h arc'as. But .ill yotc'rs living in the* wale*r distne t's ( cmial scrvie e areas can vote in the* elec tion, evc*n if thc’v're not Bc*xar Mel customers, .u e orcling lo Bexar Mc*t  In (luadalupe* (Ounlv M.irion residents are* vot mg on lhre*e sc hool-rc'lat eel propcisitions to raise money tor construction pro)e*c ts. Marion voters go lo the polls at the* Marion ISD Library.  Comal’s other polls  In addition to the* (^omal ( ountv pe)lls shown abive tor c ity voting, the* follow mg polling sites will be ()()e*n in ( omal ( ounty tor voters who live oulsicie* ot New Braunlels and want to vole on the* amc'iidmc'nls ,irul/or the* Bc'xar Mc't issue*:  •    Pets. 105 and lOf)  ( anyon 1 .ike C loll ( tub, 405 Walls I ane m ( anvon 1 .ike',  •    Pet. 107, Bill BrovMi 1 Ic'me'ntary School, 204 10 1 lighwav 4() West in Spring Br.inc h.  •    Pci. 204, Bulverdc* ( ommunily ( enter, 1 "47 1. Ammann Road 111 Bui vc'rde,  •    Pc I, 205, (uirek'n Ridgc' ( ommunity ( enter, 21 ^40 1 M U)09 in (uir(k*n Ridgc'.  •    Pel. 20f), lohnson Ranch Llementarv School, 50501 lohnson W.iv in But vc'rde,  •    Pc ts. 1 04 ancl 402, ( hurch in the Valley, 14181 I M U)i) in ('anvon ( ity.  •    Pet. 40 5, Fischer ('om-munity ( enter, 12400 I M 52 in f ISC her.  •    Pet. 405, Spring Branc h Baptist ( hurc h. 117 5 5 Highwav 281 North in Spring Branch.  PC COMPII 1ER REPAIRS  The Services ( '»nipany ol New BraimfeLs  (830) 837-2844  red balloons!  Heart of Texas Cremations  liirect C!reiTiatum  $775.00  IC(implvte)  87"' 271 0.^07  \\’WM’.hciirtoftcxiiSt.n’»hilwns.iO»i C^all or see website lor details  LIBERTY  bis™  ^ 'k  iiivIìIm'i (I.)oiu  Savor llu‘ I  for liiiK'h!  •    tiiU'on e tiijHidi' Huijn'i  •    lUai kciM-el « In. k<‘i(  •    l i<ti Till os  •    Wixiil I in d  Woman accuses Cain of advances  "KotltllS lor husilKSS  N. S^^iin Avenue m Downtown Nem Brauttf^h  NEW YORK (AP)  Leaving little lo the imagination, a ( Liie <»go-arc'a vvom.in on Monday ac c used Republie an prc's idential hofic'tul H(*rman ( ain of m.iking .1 c rude sc’xu.il advane e* more than a dec ad(' .igo when she* was sc'cking his he'lp tind ing .1 )ob.  "( ome* c le.in," Sh.vron Biale*k ch.rlte'nge<d ( ,nri at a nc*vvs ce)nl(*r(*ne e in Nf*w York at whic h she* des( ribed licrsc'lt as lace and .1 Vote C'" to s(ip|)orl ()tlie*r .ue iisi'rs who have so l.ir rem.ime'd .iivorvv mous.  ( .Tin's c arnp.iign swittlv de*mc>d Biale>k's a< e oiinl. "All allegations ol h.irass merit against Mr. ( .1111 arc c CHiiple'te'lv t.ilse, it said in .1 vvritte*n stalemcnl.  Lvc'n SC), Bi.ik'ks n.ition .illv bro.icic <isl appc.irane (‘ on (.ibk' television marked ,1 new and tor ( am  dange'rous turn rna contro versy th.it he h.vs strugglc'd tor more' than <1 wc'c'k to she'd,  An u[)start in the prc'si-de'tvli.il r<H e, ( ,iin shot to the' lo[) ot public opinion [)c)lls in re'ccnl vve'eks ,ind e*me'rged, heiwc've'r te'rn porarily, as the main c on se*rv.tlive' e h<ille*nge*r lo Mitt Roninev,  Bi.il(*ls ae c iis(*d ( <iin ot making a se»xu.il advance one* night in mid |uly 1 'I**'’ vvhe*n ‘-fie had lr.iv-cllc'd lo VVashmgton to h.ive’ dinner with him m hojM’s he* e ould help li('r tind work. She s.nd the' two had tinished dinner and vv(*fe' in .1 c ,ir tor wh.it she* llioughl W.1S a ride lo .in o1ti( (' building.  ' Instead ot going into the (iltie es he* sud(l(>nlv re.K heel ovc'r .ind he* put Ins li.ind on mv k'g, unde*r mv skirt tow.ird mv geni-l.ils, slie'saiel  BECK  Continued fmni page 1  His de*l('nse* allornev, M<itl Kyle ot Nev\ Braun tels betöre R.mi''.iv p.isM'd his s(Mite'n( (*, said lice k an ick*al ( andidatc i( >r pro b.ition. Kv te* said l’.e( k h.is lost ihrc'e* |ol)s siiK e re|M)r1s spre.id that Ix* .k led 111.ip pK >pr iat(*K \\ ilh llie girl  "\U. Bc( k ts 2" and ,1 lite long c .iiee*r edu( .itoi/ kvl(' sard I le said Bc'( k will nc'vc'r Ic.u h ag.iin .itter scirrc'nck’rmg his lea( hing Ik c'lise  Bee k, as long .is he kee*ps his nos(' ( Iimii, will spc'tid the* prison t('rm (mt on proiialton Ranisa\ orelert'd Bet k to pa\ re'^ti tulion tor the hours oi eourisc'litig his \k Imi li.is att('iide'd sin( e iIk* (ifdi'al Ix'g.in, said l('rini(('t Smith  DEER  Coiiiiiiued fioin page 1  l(*.id lo a siroriger gene'r.t lion next v(*ar .ind m.iki* deer this se. 1 son ivk»re will ing to apjiro.ic h lc'eck*r'^.  ■' Ihc' drought w ill e*xer c ise the* surv iv.il ot the littest," he* sard. And the deer will i ( mu' t( ) tc'c'dets more rc*adily.''  ( )t c ourse, the drought will not ( rc'ate the' best c onditioiis t(ir all hunlc'is.  Swin('\ said lor those v\ho ck) not usc' lee*clets, hunte'rs will Liave lo put in a bil ot exlr.i work l( > Ir.u k ihc'ir game* (k>wri  .issisi.mt c riminal disirre I .ittorney. Bee k will s<>rve*  1,’() d.i\s in ( ounty ¡ail on weekends. Smith said.  she s.iid Rams.iv ordered Be*( k lo seek no lutiire c'mplox mc'nt involy mg ( ( »ntae I w ith minors and th.it he* must .ivoid .mv unsupervised (ontae I with mi IK irs. 1 tc* doc's not h.ive to register as ,i sex ( ille'tid er.  In tiegoli.iting a ple*a de.il, Smilli s.itel the no ( < mt.u I stipulatii ms u c’re* m.ind.itorv li >r her.  she s.iid she is h.ifipv VV ith tlic' juelge's senlenc e 1 lliink lli.it it pro\ ides a sense ol a message' lo oth t'l |)eople tl1.1t .ire m a position ot trust with voung kids Smith said I think lh.1t he lost his Ik ('iis(> and won I be in this position .igam with kids is a g<n»1 thing.'  In mv expf'ric'iK (' wlien thc*re''s a light dri/'/lc' it W(>iks lo ane'sthc'Ii/e* thè deei, SwiiH'v said ' Ilic’v .iren't .is skitlish. WIk'ii il's drv th(*v le'iid lo Inde* out more '  Stili, Sw ine*y saicl, thc‘ sirnplf* huntmg c'xpc'rie*ncc' h.is alwavs bc'c'n c'nough lor him lo t'ii)o\ himsc'lt and Ik'Iic'vc's ihost* who love thè' outdoors wiLI chc-rish thè' c'xperic'iice le >0.  It vou'rc' a pc'rson that likc's thc' outdeHirs and likc's lo gel outside a lot, it's thè* Ih’sI,' hc' said. "It's jList a gieat lime' lo be out thc'ie' in thè woods righi novv."  Wurstfest Sale!  Cleaning Up Odds & Ends Major Savings & Tremendous Values! November 5-13  Much mou’ at the Diniritim'ii Sidewalk Sale on Wn'.lO  Jiinine JiarMiuirc  I,.,,.  1 lu- stori- tli.it iniilt Ni'u Hr.umtfls  24<> \\ . S.U1 Aiitonli) St. • (>0(v-b707  6th Annuivi Fall DdWNTCnVN  SIDEWALK SALE!!!  IHnvniinvn New Brauiitels 'I’hursday 1():()() AM - 6:00 PM  50-70% OFF  Rain or Shine  Look for the Red Balloon^^^ (^t at participating stores ^   

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