Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

Share Page

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 11, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARY  ■    Rv Fnuiil — nhi«^S!Kw;4M-7Rrti(nn r om  ■    By TeliplioB« —Call 625-9144,6x1 7W (Saturday ext 221) Ohitihvms are paid arivBTtisnments  TODAY’S SKHVICKS  ■ KUEHLER, Charlie J. Funeral mass, 1 p.m., Sts. Peter & Paul Catholic Church. Entombment immediately following mass at Sts. Peter & Paul Mausoleum.  Franklin L. Shockey Sr.  Iranklin L Sh(K kc'y Sr, 71, of C.inyon Lake difd Nov. I, 2011. He was h)rn luly 1 i, HMO, in Newman (ifovi', N('hraska. He was a U.S. Navy veteran. He was the beloved father of Frank jr. and Simon«' Sh<){ k(>y ol ( anyon Lake,  Sheri and Darrell Hayesof M((^ueeney, Carole and Bru( e Ashworth*Kr( »niK'rg* er of C ameron Park, ( alii., and leffery and Ing.i SIkk k ey of I lampion, Va.  I le was a loving grandfa ther to loshucJ, Nk olf' and C hristo()h('r.  A private servK v and crefii.ition ari' f)lannrd.  Texas fire burns 2,000 acres in isolated area  FALFURWASAP)  Offi{ iais say a wildfire in an isolated area in South Texas burned about 2,()0() a( res betöre firefighters were able to bring it under ( ontrol.  iVie lir«‘ broke out .iround U) p.m. Ihursd.ty south ot I alfurrias,  I lidalgo ( ounty I ire M.ir-shal luan Martine/ says the i)laze began in nearby Brooks ( ounty but might havi* sprc'ad into I lidalgo At l(Mst 10 lo(al ageiv  VETERANS  Continued from poge Ì  great wav to express th('ir gratitude'"  Ih(* tm.il, (ommunity-vvid(‘ ev(Mit will ( ome <it 8 p.ni this ('vening during VV'urstfest. Attenfk-es at th(> lestival will be invited to observe New Br.uinfels VI VV Post 7110 hold a setVKe tiag ()res{'ntation (eremonv.  I-'.S. Navy V(M('r<in and VIVV District S (^uart(^r mastf'r |oc 1 la( kett said th(' (oninuinitv, tor as long .is he ( an reinemlx'r, has (ci f'brat(*(l Vi'tefiins [)<i\ n’spec ttulK ■ a tat t h<’ h.is always ap()re( lated.  " IheyVe don(' this all ni\ iit(‘, Ila( kett Siiid. "I think It's great that we ret ogni/e th(Mn."  I lat kett added he hopt's p(‘opl(‘ also reniember to keep in mind th«' men and wointMi ( urr(*ntl\ serving  (ies res[)onded to th(* fire anrl brought it uiukn ton trol by i) p m. No homes or structurf’s wer(‘ enrlan gered by the blaz(\ Martinez says firetighti'r-' are using bulldozers to remove surrounding brush that could { at( h on fire from any embers.  A i ause ot the blaze has not been (k'terminc'd.  Historic drought (ondi tions in Texas hav(' led to .t rash of wildfir(*s ac ross the state* this y(‘<ir.  anrl fighting right now.  “I think they all should espec iaily b(' h('ld in <i sp(‘ cial r('gard," he said. "The\ mak(* up |ust oik' perc(*nt and they are out there, |)ro te( ting the other ‘»‘i,"  Today’s closings  Sev(*ral public ,hhI pri vate otfic ('s in th(' ar(>a will be {losed to obs(>rv(* the Veterans Dav holtdav tod.i\, 1 he U.S. Post ()iti( e and ( omal ( ounty ottK (*s will b(> c losed. Most linani ial institutions will also be c los(‘d.  N(*w Brauntels ( il\ otiK ('s and lh(‘ librarv will ri'main open, and tiash pK k up will go on <»s usual. S( hi »ols and administration in lh(‘ N('\\ Brauntels .tnd (Omal ISI )s will rc'main open, and sev(‘ral s( hools have' sp('( lal progriims plannc‘d I riday.  NBU otlK es will also remain open.  PLEA  Continued from page 1  was si»ntenced to 20 years in state [>rison.  I he mail in court Thurs (la\, who would not givf' his name, said Nadeau and I lamm got off t*asy.  You onK got tive yc'ars," he said. "What \ou rc'allv desem' is to have' both your ibehinds) beatc'n to a bloody pulp by the family mt'mbc’rs you affec tc'd."  Authoiitic's have said IKimm and Nadeau took the two Spring Branch girls to ( alifornia. flit' gids werc' tound weeks latc'r and said thc'v had been abused, ,u c ording to publishc'd  reports.  Investigators Ix'lic've the whole thing started with online' role'pl.iying games tiuit luiel a sLi[)e'rn.itural oi sham<misti( ihc'me, ,)nd that the' gaming and e hatting esciilate'd to thous.inds oi minutes ol phone' c.ilK be'tore' c ulminating in the kielna[)f)ing, according to [)ublisheel re'ports,  N.uleau's detense .ittoi ney said his c lient WtUiU'd to [)ut the' trial be'hind her.  "I think she>'s )ust glad to get It ove-r with. It's bc'e'n an ordeal," said loseph (uir c ia III. "It's an outi ome thiit obviouslv we would've' hope'd would've' Ix'e'n a lit tie' more favorable'. But we' can't really complain."  LIBERTY  BISTRO  1»  iiiv    liiNtro I'litii  Savor llu‘ I  for liiiH'h!  Try (HIÌ    ions stmps  li(unt>-nnnlr hv iht> nutsln s!  y<»iir    rooiii toilay!  ’*^$0O"N^ßf0tin Avèm^in'^^^É iV«jp B/aui^eh ^ w’  50% OFF  SELECT FRAMES WITH PREMIUM LENSES  'isr  ^ ' s smsw.  Mtft AJtttmtHmrni tH tom-ewtfftr  PIATES  Continued from page I  have them issued in three of th(‘ nine states where they are currently offered.  Siipportc'rs of the' pro-[)e)sal, ineluding Texas Land Commissione'r jerry I’attc'rson, said the* logo is about honoring <)ll si)l-diers who fought in the ( ivil War. Still, dozens of e)pponents, ine hiding thre'C' mc'mbe'rs ol ( exi-gre'ss, urge'd the board to re)e( t the* plate's.  ' 1 h(‘ state ot Te'xas should not s.hh tion what s be'( ome' a symbol of h.ilred <tnd rae ism," De'inoi ratie state' Se»n koelnc'y f llis of Houston wrote' in a le'tter read to the' board befe)re' the* vole', "The ( onfede'rate* battle' flag has be'e e>me a symbol ot viob'nce', re-piession, not he'rifage."  M Drive-Thru Christmas Light Park! I  Sun-Thurs 6-10 p m. Fri-Sat 6-11 p.m  Make SANTA'S ranch Your FAMILY HOLIDAY . TRADITION!  Santa's Kafich / Ì  1 mile S. ExH 1991-35  830-743.1203  wMiw.san^trancn.net  Michael Ciivens, ( eim-manfler in rhi(‘f of Sons of (onfederate Veterans, said rnc'mbers of the» Tennessee'-heaeie^u arte red group reject racism and inste'.ul seek to honor the eve'nts of the* ( ivil War from the southern pe-r-spee five. The' organization's Tex.IS Division ho()e'd to sell the Ik e'lise' plate’ anel use* the pro-e ec'ds for e*fforts sue h as ere'e ting monume-nts to ( e)nte‘derate' war heroes,  "I Infortunate'ly your ge)ve'rnor hc»s said some' words that have' be'en rafhe'r hurftiil We''re' not the' pc'ople that < aused those' we)unds," Ciive'ns said .iheael ot Ihurselay's mc'e'lirig.  The' lloe)r ot the' le'xas ('apitol's rotund,1 still be'ars the' se\il of the' ( on-fede'rae y, and st.Uue's on the* grounds mc'morialize' Robert L. I e'(' and ( on fe'cierate soldie-rs. But c iv-  SHELL  Continued from page I  me'aning I lolle'y will serve* those sente'nces at the s.ime' time' ,is the' 40 years tor the' aggravatc'd robbery and ihe'ft Along with the prison se'nte'ne c', Stee'l ord('re*d I lolU'y to [)ay $ i 1.825 re'stitution to the' She'll company.  Hie' robbe'rv e>e e urre'el at  PINS  Continued from poge 1  ,md plave'd in dilte're'nt e OIK erts tlie>re'," (larza s.ikL "The '11, v\e toured (ie'rmany."  hvo other pins are' displayed on his h.il one' with the I ^S, ,inel (ic'rman flags, and one with th(' k'xas and (lerm.jn tiags, “Ihat shows how the' US and («eTiiKun, .md h'x.is and («e'rmain, are inte'rlwine'd he' said,  I le also was e'xe ite'd to liave' la''t \e'.ir's Wurstlest '‘)0th Anniversarv pm.  " Ihi'y sold out of the'se l.isl ve'.ir,' he' said "But I ight now the' (le'rman AiiH'ric an Soe ic't\ booth h.is a lew ot these' le'ft," M.tr\ Irwin, who se'rve-s .IS publii lel.itioiis otlie e'r loi the' (iC'rman Ame'ric an So( K'tv ol N('w Br.ninte'ls, { onlirme'd the* bootli still h.id Wurstle'st 2010 and Wurstfe'st 201 I pins av.iil able.  But pins re'presenting regions m ( iC'rmanv, sue li as I l<‘ide'l!)('ig and \Uinie h, W(>re se'liing last," she' said "We' still h.ive' some' Cier m.in re'gion pins h'ff, liut  the She'll Pit Stop, Í20I I-S at Ruer kle' Road, c'arK Aug. >I Two men rushe'd into the' store' anel de'maneled < .tsh. ( )nc e> ttic'y ree eive'd the* mont'y, ()ohe e' said one ot the' men tired ,i single' shot anel vvounde-d Í hristophe'r Alle'n Padelle k of ( ibolo, .i ste)rc' e le'rk Padelle k, who took a bullet to the' up[)er le'tt ot his ( he'st, w.is re'k'ased from the' hospital the* dav  we' h.tve* sold out ot some'."  (i.irza .ilso has s(>ve'r,il [)ins of the e .istle's he' h.is visited - ine luding ( .istle' Ne'ust hw.msti'in, one* ol the' inspirations tor I )isne'y's ( inek'rella e .islle».  Most e hoose' to plae e thc'ir pins on triielitional Bav.iruHi-stvle' Alpine' hats, but at Wurstte'st, some* wore pins on lyrole'an-style' h.its anel othe'r sf\ le*s As Wurstlc'sl ic'stivitie's continue today on the' Wurstte'st grounds in I .ind.i Park <1 salute' to ve'te'rans will begin w ith .i spec ial e e'rc'monv at H p,m. in the Wursth.ille*  As part ol the Speci.il Vete'r.ins |).i\ Salute', ve'te'r ans fn>m all live br.iiK he's ot the milit.iry Nrmv, N,iv\, Air lorce', i\t.uiiu's and ( oast tkiarel will  Heart of Cremations  Hirect ( renialiun  $775.00  (( oiiiplile)  H77n oso;  H'tt’u Ih iiitoftcxiisi lematmnsAtm (;.il! or see vvehsile for détails  TEXAS CINEMA  ♦J EDGAR    R  ai:55) .ai30 e i5 J;551  ♦    IMMORTALS    R (11:401 2:05 4:20 7:00 19;151  ♦    JACK AND JILL PG (12:10) „21254:40 7:10 19:051  ♦    TOWER HEfST pg-i3 (12;05X2^0 4;55 7:15 (9:251  ♦    HAROLD & KUMAR R (12:30) 2:45 5:00 7:25 [9 30] i>uss IN BOOTS    PG (11:501(12:25) 2:00 2:40 4 15 4:45 7;2QLl9:00U9;mw2H.«n,! THE RUM DIARY R 2;00 6,45 iinly ___  INTIME    PG13  (1145) 4;?e [9:101 „  THREE MUSKETEERS PG13 U2:151M5 4:50 7 1519,201 ,  PARANORMAL ACTIVITY :j h  112;20) 12ft 4:35 7;3Q 19:20]  FOOTLOOSE    P613  (11:45) 2ilQ4;25 6;55 19101 _ REAL STEEL    PG-13  U2;35)  ♦    No Passes / Supers;ivers ( ) No early shows Moit Fn  [ ] No late shows Sun 1 hurs   www.texascinema.com   1200  We Want to Make You a Loan  * No Checking Account Needed • Usually 30 Minute Service  STOP BY TODAY FOR FAST CASH!  /% €: ^. 205IH-35 W.Ste 205 pe New Braunfels « (830) 627 8800  il rights organi/ itions eonslde'r the battle flag the most obje'c fionabl«’ symbol.  Nine' other states have .»pprove'd similar lie ense [)lafes, but Virginia, Maryland anel Ne>rth ( ar-eilin.i only did sei after the Sons of ( e)nfeele■rateVe'f-e'rans tiU'd sueee'ssful lawsuits, Ciive'ns saiel. A le'gal b.ittle' ove'r a plate for the' group in I lorida e ontmuc's.  Pe*rty's oppctsifion to the' plate's in le'xas is a de'|),irture> trom his ulti-rn.ite'ly unsue e c'ssf ul op()e)silion to NAA( I’ le-el e'Iforfs to re'tnove’ two pl,u|u("' with ( onte'de'r .ite' symbols trom the* le'xas Supre'me ( ourt buileling I 1 ye'.irs ago.  ilu'n lie»ute*nanf ge)ve*r nor I’e'rry wre)te' to the' Sons of ( e)nte'de’rafe‘ V('t er.ms m a M.ire h 2()0() h’ftCT obt.niH'el by Ihe’ Asse>e i.iteel l’re*ss tliat.  .itte'r the* she)oting, polic e' said  |e)ti S( oft Young, I ot Ne'w Br.iunte'Is, .iw.iits tri-.il on e harge's ol aggravat-<-d robbe'ry .md unl.ivvtul use' ot a tirf'arm b\ a tedon Polle e arre'ste'd Young anel I lollev two el.ivs atte'r t he' e 11 me'. Polie e' surv('ill<)ne e- of Young ,inel I lolle»y le>el to a trattK stop m the' JOO bloe k ot VV, I .uist St I ,h h was .irre'ste'd on unre'lat-  be> honore'el Ihe-re' will bt' .1 IVe-se'ntation ot ( olors, and The' ( love'ile'af ( )n he's-tr.i v\ill honoi ve'te'r,uis by re'iulering ,ill the' se>ngs ot ail tive brane hes ot the> mil-itar\. I he liinmy Siurr ()re hestra will be'gin pla\ -mg at 8: 50 p in. in the-VVurstlialle'.  Die' Se hl.uibe'rgei will be'gin playing at S: U) p ni. in the Big fe'nt, tollowe'el by Ihe ('lorelonairs I tiro-pe'an Musik trom British ( olumbia) .it i);4') p.m. Maste'r Voelele't Ke'rrv ( hris te'ns('f) will be'gin pla\ ing at 50 |),m. in Ihe* I itfle' le'nt, le'x.is 1 e'gat y ( /<>e h Banel will proviele the'  "although this is an emo tional issue, I want you te> knejw that I e>ppe)se' efforts te> remove ( onfed-erate monuments, plafjues, and memorials from public prope'rty."  Texas has a()pre)veel 27f> spe'c iaify plate's, ine luel-ing a s(‘ries pre)rnoting the' Amerie <in (^u.irte*r Horse' Assoe iation anel one e e‘l(>-brafing the’ re»el grape'truit as the' state* fruit  Il turiu'el de>wn a Sons ot ( onte'de'rate Ve'te'rans re'ejue'st tor a spe'e ialty plate* m I )e'c e*mbe‘r 2(K)‘>, bi'e <uise' e rife'ria at the' time' e .ille'el for elenying |)l,ite's e onside're'd politi ( .d or ( ontrovi'rsi.d in nature'  Ihe* e rife'ria has t lumge'd sine e* the' I )c'part me'nt ot Mote)r Vehie l(*s boarel m its e urre*nt form was e re'ate'el two ye'.irs ago [he boarel h,is sine e .ipprove'd all 8‘t spe'e laltv de'signs submitte*el.  iOci^nacIUmaili  I huts., Novellibt'r 17, 2e)i i (voe) to 9:e)() pni  Civic Center  Reservations are due by November 11, 2011  ed eh.irge's ,ind l.He'r booke'el tor the' re)l)berv, poli( s.iiel,  ()ffi( e'rs saiel they re*e ov ereel .1 re'volve'r simil.ir to th(' one* us('d in the sho»)! mg. Sammy Me( r.irv,  ( om<d ( ountv assist,mt e rimin,il distrie t atte)rne'v, s,iid I lolle'v w,)s not the' slioe)te'r  I lolle'v s ele'te 'itse' .tllor ne-v, Allison I ,mty, h.iel no e omme'tit ,)tte*r the> he,¡ring,  ('i)tert.n nme'iit in the* Ste'l/e'nh.iLis, Wurstle'st's iK'we'st \ e>nuc' trom “ to 1 1 p.m.  Ihe lu'w building otte'rs ple'ntv i)t re)e)m tor d.uu ing.  Admi''Siofi to the' te'stival is $8 at the g.ite', .md e hil dre'n age-s 1 J ,md ye>unge'r will be' admitted tree- ,il all lime's (ironp r,ites, .hKmik e elis( ounts ,u'd spe'e uil we'e'kda\ [jronio lions <ite ,)vail,ibi<'. VVui^t li'st e ontinues through Sunil,iv. I ot inform.ition ,ib( )ut Wurstle'st, e .ill '8 U)i 'Mi)7 or 'HOOi I 4 Ih'*. or visit the* w ebsile at wwv\.v\iirsttesf ( om.  LAYAWAY  Alufiiys ¡tuve AliViiys ivi!I panting  I asliion Boutique  t)ownio\vn Ncv\ tk,iuntcls Miin S,it 10 6 • Stin 12 s  I  Af*.  IlLiJI  MAKING SENSE OF INVESTING  Living in the Now,  Preparing for the Future.  Your local Edward Jones Financial Advisors:  Kevin Wartsbaugti (830) 643 1046  184/ Hwy 4e> West Ste B Nf» Httitmfels, IX  Stan Cunningham (830)629-0055  650 Lancia Street l^ew Braunfels,TX  Georgia Malmsten  (830) 626 6423  1528 E Common St Ste 13 New Braunfels. TX  James Wissmiller (830) 629-6522  105C IH-35 South New Braunfels, TX  Mlchae'l Jordan  (830) 629-8027  26."! Lp 337 Ste 60ei Rinunfels.TX   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 145+ million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

10 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 10 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 145+ million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 145 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 19 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication