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Golden Gate Funeral Home

Golden Gate Funeral Home
2349 Cedar Crest Blvd
Dallas, TX 75203
Phone: (214) 941-7332
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Rangers rally past Astros with 7-run 6th inning - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
He began the day hitting .227 in his previous 18 games. Beltre, who also singled in the eighth, has hit safely in 10 of his last 12 games. Dallas Keuchel gave up four hits and four walks in five-plus innings in his major league debut for the Astros. Fernando Rodriguez (1-7) replaced him after Nelson Cruz singled to open the sixth and was charged with four runs in two-thirds of an inning. Carlos Lee, in his first game back after missing time on the disabled list with a strained hamstring, went 2 for 4 with two RBIs as the Astros' designated hitter. Lewis has struck out 84 and walked 12 in 96 innings, giving him a major league-leading strikeouts-to-walks ratio. His only walk Sunday, with one out in the fifth to Jason Castro, was followed by a two-base wild pitch. Matt Downs then blooped a si...

Qantas to Add More Dallas/Fort Worth Flights - Sacramento Bee

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
NEW YORK, June 18, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Qantas will increase the frequency of its services between Sydney and Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) to daily services from July 1, 2012. Qantas began flying to DFW in May 2011, giving visitors across North America unprecedented access to Australia via one of America's leading hub airports. After launching the route with four flights per week, frequencies were increased to six per week in January – and will now move to daily, reflecting strong demand for the services. The ...

Obituary for BLAUGRUND

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
New Mexico passed away with his family by his side June 23, 2012. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder and graduated from Baylor Dental School in Dallas Texas in 1971. After Dental school he was an Officer in the US Army stationed in Heidelberg Germany for 3 years. When he left the Army as a Major he returned to Albuquerque where he opened his Dental Practice in 1974. The Blaugrund family has been members of Congregation Albert for over 50 years. Son of Ilse and Sigmund Blaugrund. He is s... (Albuquerque Journal)

Jury to begin hearing Texas bomb plot trial - U-T San Diego

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
KAH'-lihd ah-lee-EHM' al-duh-SAHR'-ee) faces up to life in prison if convicted of attempted use of a weapon of mass destruction. Investigators say the 22-year-old man researched targets including the Dallas home of former President George W. Bush. Aldawsari's attorney, Dan Cogdell, said in his opening argument Friday that his client never took the "substantial step" toward detonating a bomb. Cogdell says he thanks authorities for stopping Aldawsari. Prosecutor Jeffrey Haag says the evidence against Aldawsari demands a conviction. Authorities say they found almost everything needed to build a bomb when they secretly searched his Lubbock apartment. THIS IS A BREAKING NEWS UPDATE. Check back soon for further information. AP's earlier story is below. Federal prosecutors will begin presenting their case Friday against a Saudi man accused of gathering bomb components in his West Texas apartment with the goal of targeting sites across the United States. Khalid Ali-M Aldawsari, 22, faces up to life in prison and a $2...

Jacksonville set to make bid for college football title game - St. Augustine Record

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Also announcing their intention to bid on the game has been a consortium in Dallas among the Cowboys, the Cotton Bowl and Cowboys Stadium. Tampa, Orlando and Atlanta are other cities that might be interested. Prescott said the Jaguars’ help can come in many forms: making their database of season-ticket holders available, allowing the use of luxury suites and also making available facilities such as the Terrace Suites and Club Suites for functions before the game. “We’ve been supportive of many events, such as the ACC championship and USA soccer,” Prescott said. “We have a great facility in EverBank Field and a great city that has proven it can host games like this. Whatever we can do, we will.” The attempt to land the college football championship game in Jacksonville continues a nearly quarter-century quest. The Gator Bowl attempted to match Notre Dame and West Virginia for the national championship in 1988 (the game went to the Fiesta Bowl) and also made bids to be part of the Bowl Coalition, the Bowl Alliance and the BCS, all systems that attempted to match the Nos. 1 and 2 teams in the polls or through complicated rankings systems. Catlett said he’s excited even more about the chance to get a game in which computers and polls won’t be a part of the process. “Not everyone thinks this is perfect — some would still want an eight- or 16-team playoff,” he said. “But it’s the closest anyone has come to a playoff at this level. We’ve been trying for more than 20 years and we’re ready to try again.” championship#ixzz1yU0rVenk ...

Jacksonville plans to bid for football national title game - St. Augustine Record

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Rick Catlett made the city of Jacksonville’s intentions known in bidding for the national championship game. “Absolutely,” Catlett said, when asked if the city will join other potential sites such as Dallas and Atlanta in going after the first true national championship on the upper level of college football, which would be played at Everbank Field in Jacksonville won the rights. “Mayor (Alvin) Brown and (Jacksonville director of sports and entertainment) Alan Verlander are committed to bringing events like this to the city of Jacksonville and I think we’re going to be able to put...

Cleveland's struggles against left-handers continue in 7-1 loss to ... - Washington Post

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Houston had a season-high nine extra-base hits on Saturday and matched the run output of the previous four games. Cleveland’s struggles against left-handed pitchers continued against rookie Dallas Keuchel. While the Indians have a .267 average against right-handed pitchers, they are hitting just .216 against lefties — the lowest in baseball. Acta said Keuchel’s success wasn’t about his club’s problems with left-handers. “Don’t take any credit away from him because he was good,” Acta said. “He pounded the strike zone and mixed his pitches very well.” Cleveland scored its only run on a homer by Asdrubal Cabrera in the fourth inning. Shin-Soo Choo led off the ninth with a double to deep left field, Cabrera grounded out, and Jason Kipnis followed with a single to move Choo to third, but that was as close as Cleveland would come to scoring again as Keuchel retired the next two batters. Kipnis, who bats left, went 3 for 4 and had half of Cleveland’s hits. Keuchel (1-0) pitched a complete game, allowing just six hits and striking out three. He walked only one. “Their kid pitched a tremendous game,” Acta said. “He pitched very effectively, changed speed very well and did an outstanding job.” Choo, who hits .312 against right-handed pitchers and .183 against left-handers, went 1 for 4. “I never really think about it, I just think about me,” Choo said. “It feels like we’re getting better.” NOTES: Cabrera’s home run in the fourth inning gave him his 33rd RBI of the season, second-best in the American League among shortstops. . Houston LF Justin Maxwell was scratched from the lineup because of an injured left ankle that has been bothering him for a while. He was replaced by Martinez. . These teams wrap up the series on Sunday when Cleveland’s Derek Lowe opposes left-hander J.A. Happ. Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

BC-BKC--Obit-Luckenbill, BKC -

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Eds: APNewsNow. DALLAS (AP) — Former University of Houston basketball star Ted Luckenbill, who played in Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game, has died of cancer at the age of 72. The Callaway-Allee funeral home in Crockett, Texas, where Luckenbill lived for 20 years, said he died Sunday in Dallas. Luckenbill played for the Cougars from 1958-61. He averaged 16.6 points and 9.7 rebounds while helping Houston to its f...

Duane Brown Pyrah

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
He was preceded in death by his father, mother, and two brothers.He is survived by his wife, Ila; brothers and sisters, Carmen Stewart (Morris), Ted Pyrah, Grant Pyrah (Florene) and Margaret Ward (Dallas); his sons Brad and Don (Tammy) Pyrah; and his daughters Penney Devey (Ron) and JoLyn Goss; his grandchildren, Brooke (Todd), Bryce, Brady, Brennan, Scott (Melanie), Michelle (Aaron), Jennifer (Michael), Patricia, Kimberly, Orrin, Brock and Reva; his great-grandchildren, Anthony, Nick, Tyler, Austin, Andrew, Danielle, McKinley, Brody, and Natalie.Funeral services will be held on Friday, March 30 at 11 a.m. in the Alpine 11th LDS Ward Chapel located at 98 East Canyon Crest Road, Alpine, Utah. Family and friends may call on Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Warenski Funeral Home located at 1776 North 900 East, American Fork, Utah, and also from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. prior to services at the church. Interment will be at Alpine City Cemetery.Condolences may be sent to the family at The following are comments from the readers. In no way do they represent the view of All tributes will be reviewed by our Web staff before appearing on the Web site. Please note: You mu... (Lewistown News-Argus)

Let's once again salute passing heroes of WWII for what they did for us - News Sentinel

Sun, Mar 25, 2012
This was in Fort Wayne. My husband, small son and I were living in Dallas, where I began saving aluminum foil and cooking fat and finding shortages at the A & P. My drugstore spoiled me wonderfully: There was always a carton of my favorite cigarette under the counter. Cigarettes were scarce because they were going to the armed forces. When my husband went into the Army, I learned how to change washers and do other little jobs because plumbers were hard to come by: So many were now in uniform. Gasoline was rationed, so shopping trips were carefully planned and I quickly learned the bus schedule. Then when I moved back to Fort Wayne, I learned to go to the Dorans' fresh fruit and vegetable store because they always seemed to have a few bananas. Bananas and other imported foods were often hard to come by. Department stores cut out most deliveries: gas shortage – and good help shortage, also. Sugar was rationed, as was meat, so cooking and baking habits were changed, and there were coupons for shoes, too. Having a child took care of the shoe coupons because of continuously growing young feet. Rationing affected us all, although my dad received an extra allotment of gasoline coupons because in those days physicians made house calls and hospital trips were at least once daily. The USO was at the Pennsylvania Station. I had a built-in baby sitter — my father — so I was able to work there many hours. I've written before about making sandwiches and brewing coffee to be ready when the next troop train pulled in and we would be able to serve the steady stream of servicemen. We heard about homes all over the country and oohed and aahed over pictures of families in those homes. We answered questions and smiled a lot, even though that was sometimes not easy to do. And there were occasional dances, although I didn't go to those; they were for unmarried, young women who were delightful dancing partners. There was vmail. It was thin paper to be folded just so to go to servicemen. It was suggested we write only good news for mental health reasons. And there were letters coming ba...

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