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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 12, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 HERALD-ZEiTUNG.coM | 'Tuesday, July 12, 2011 | 3  OBITUARIES  HOW TO SUBMIT AN OBITUARV  ■    By Email — obits®tiefaW-;eitiing cot  ■    By TtUphon«*-Call 625-9144, ext 214 (Saturday ext ?21| Obituaries are paid mimtisemnts  Ihotigh you ve only been gone a year  I loveyoH dearly^ •with ail my heart My cherished wife and friend Ours is a love that deepened through the years And it s a love that will never end  its so hard to realize that life has changed And it will never be the same again As / face a lonelierfuture Without you, dearest wife and friend  You watched ox^er us in good times and bad You honored every wedding vow As you cared for us in sickness and health And we feel lost without you now  Your loving family: Ronnie, Todd Judy, Courtney, Jason Csf Beckett,  Kelsey, Mikey I.o^an  Bodo Adolf Dietert  Boflo Adolf Dietert went to ix' with his Lord on )uly 10, 2011 at the age of 88.  I \v vv.is horn De( . 1 I‘>22 to Bodo Dietert Sr. ,ind Alnia B.il)(‘l Diett*rt at York ( reek.  He IS survived by his vvite ot (u ye.irs, Vivian (loebel Dietert, sons Kay-niond (Nicky), Michael (linda) and Russell (Laura). (irandc hildren Kathy BacMen (Cieorge), Brandon Dietert (Nicole), Allison Humphries (C hris), Kristi and Anianda I^ietert and Alex Mage, (ireat-grand-(IVildren Ryan and Iiaylee BaetcMi, fanner and Trevor DieU'il, and Addison f luniphries.  I le grew up on th(> tarm .it York ( rwk and tollowed in his tather's tootstef)s ot tarniing. He also vvorkc‘d in the road ( onstruc tion liusiness lH“tor(> Imhoming the ro.ul su()c‘rintendent for (Onial ('ounty, a position he h('ld tor I u vc’ars.  He was a membi*r of the Fraternal Order of Eagles, Albert Kypfer lodge ot the Sons of Hermann and the Sportsman Club. He also enjoyed playing Bingo at tagles Hall and the Knights of Columbus.  Pallbearers are nephews Rocky Diet(>rt, (Vlenn and Kenneth Faju' and f’atric k, Cjregg and left Cioebel.  Public visitation will be at Doc'p(X‘nschmidt Funeral Home Tui'sday, )uly 12, with the family present from S-7 >.ni.  Private lurial will be at ('omai Cemetery on VVednc’sday, luly 1^, tol-lowc'd by a mc'morial service at first Protestant ( hurc h at 2 [).m.  M(>morials may Ix* made to Ho[)e Hospic e.  HNIKA I MO Mi NEW BRAUNFELS 830425 3434  CISD board to vote on bus ads  By Will Wright  I he Heratcl- Zeitung TIu' C omal ISD board of trust('es will again disc uss the 201 1-12 budget and take ac tion on a lowing advertising on sch(X)l buses wh(*n it m('ets at (> p.m. Wc'dnesday at the CISD Support Sc>rvi(c‘s Building at 1404 I-.Í5 North in New Brauniels.  llu‘ board will consider reinstating items slicc'd from the budget earli('r this spring when it was )rc'par-ing for a massive )udget detic It. (4SI) Su )erinten-dent Marc VVa ker has  Texas mother delivers 16-pound boy Friday  County to start 2012 budget  Commissioners to hold hearings for approximately $55.3M budget  askc'd the board to give district employees retention bonusc's in lieu of raises for next year, as well as a health insurance rc'bate to eligible employees.  Trustc'es will also dc'cide whether to enter into a contract with a San Antonio-based firm to place advertisements on district sc hool buses, to earn as much as $4()(),()00 next year. They will also swear in their newest member, Stephen Smith, who they selected from four cancliciates to fill the open District 1 seat on the board.  LONGVIEW (AP)  A lexas mom ex|)CH tc‘d a big l)al)y, l)ut nothing like this; 1() pounds, I ounce.  iani't lohnson on Monday remained in an East Texas lros()ilal after giving birth to what her doctors (alU>(l one ot the biggest newborns they've ever seen. She was awaiting word on whc'ther hc'r son, |aMi( hael Brown, r.inked among the biggest births in stati* history.  "[ veryl)ody was amazed that he vvas so big/' lohnson, said. "I don't think too many [)eople have hc'ard of having a 16-(K)und babv." laMic hael was born Triday at (lood Shepherd Medical Center In  ByOregBowvn  Ttie Herald Zeitung  Today, Comal County officials will start the annual process of hammering out a new budget and tax rate for the coming year.  At 9 a.m,, commissioners will begin budget hc*ar-ings with defiartme'nt heads and ek*c tc*d offic lals, who will bring their finan-cial rc*(|uests tor 2012 to the budget workshop in the (j)mmissioners' ( C)urt-room at 1 Main Pla/a in New Braunlc'ls.  Budg('t he.irings will continue on VVeflnesday and Thursday and, it nc‘c vs-s.uy, on f riciay.  The m(*etings are opc'n to the public.  ('ounty Commissioner l.in Kennady said the ( om-missioners' ( ourt is going into thc' budget sessions with th(' goal of kec'ping S[)ending and the tax rate as low as possible while tunding as bc'st it can the nc*c‘ds of c4e( ted ofti( lals and departm(Mit heads.  "It's kind of like a jigsaw puzzle to get it all put together," Kehnady said.  Tlie county is now opt'r-ating on a 2011 buciget which, as .Kk^tw) last Se{)-tember, calle?d for $52. i million in spending. Budget amendments along the way have raised that s()ending k‘vel to $ST.S million.  The department heads' 2012 budget rec]uests, which have been filed with County Auditor David Ren ken, total $S5.,3 millicin.  liut most requests are tor funding ecjual to or lower than current tunding, ac cording to a recaj) ot budget recjuests prepared by the auditor's office.  Tor instance, the rec}U(‘st tor the general tund, the county's main operating tund, is tor $ i8. \ million, below the* currcMit $T8.4 million,  "I'm very pleasc'd with the rec|uc*sts made," Kennady said  "The (d(‘f)artmc‘nt heads) have IxH^n cogniz.uit of thf financial strain we're m and the whole county's in," she said.  The bigg(>st single listed inc reaSe over c iirrent spending limits is tound in the genc'ral obligation bonds column, wtiere the current budget lists $2.7 million and the recjuested 2012 budget lists $4.1 million.  Bonds tund pavrnc'nt ot long4c‘rm debt inc urrc'd by the countN tor c apital improvements and othc'r  Stati reports  Longview, lohnson h.ts gestational diabetes, which results in bigger newl)orns for many mothers. [')octors had estimated jaMic hael would be around 12 [jounds prior to the c esare-an birth. The hc)S[)ital has asked the state's vital records department whether laMic hael is big enough to af)proac h any Texas newborn records, said Victciria Ashworth, a hoS[)ital spokc'swoman. He is certainly the biggest in the history of the Longview hospital and was l)orn, Ashworth said, almost twcj years to the day after the npspital delivered its smallest baby ever, who weighc^l just 1S c)unces.  NBHS Class of 1971 announces reunion  The New Brauiitels High Sc hool ( lass ot 1971 will hold a reunion on Oc t. 8, 2011.  For more intormation, email nbhsc las sot I ‘i71 @sbc glogb.il.net or call    .  (210) 2 U)-1111 .ind lc*av(‘ (on-tac t inloF-mation.  Th(> lacebook group is New  Brauntc’Is High Sc hool (lass ot 1 ‘)71.  A c I.1SS go.il is tire son-tinuation ot the (jar\ Simon Memorial Sc hoU arship I und, ( ontac t the above* listings lor donation intormation.  Deadline Aug. 19 for Fair Hay Show  The 201 I ( omal ('ounty Fair I lay Show will b(' held during tin' ("omal County Fair on Friday, Sept.  local hay producc'rs are cnuouragc'd to participate'.  Fntric's will bc> rcH eived through Aug. I 1 lav sam )lc*s must be delivered to the Tc'xas Agril ife Extension Service -(.'omal ('c)urity ofticc',  }2 S Rc'sourc e Drive*, bclwc'en the hours ot 8 a.m. and noon, and I 5 p.m., Moncla\ througli Friday.  Fac li sam|)lc' must be submittc'd as tollows: S(|uarc' Bal(' - three' flake's (at least 8 inc lu's wide); Round Bale' the size ot a ( arton ot pape'r (12"w X 18"I X ^C'h) tillc'd, stuftc'd, and tie'd on the outside ot the' box with at k'ast thrc-e strands of string, going bc)th ways. Untic'd sample's will be disc|Lialified. Sam-[)k's will bc' categori/ed as tollows: Bermud.i-grass; other vvarm-sc'ason f)erc'nnial grass; warm-season annual grass; cool sc'ason grass; .incl legumc'S. For more* information, contac t the' ('omal ( ountv Exte'nsion  Heart of Texas Cremations  Direct Crcmatic)!!  $775.00  (Ciómplelí)  «77^271 0S07 www.licartofti'Mì.H rvtiuitionsiow (¡all «r see wobsitt“ tor details  office .vt <8i()) ()20-T440.  1 diicafional programs of the Tex.IS Agril ifc' Extension Sc'rvic e are open to <ill pc‘o[)le' without regard to race, color, sex, dis-.ibility, religion, age, or national origin.  Individua s with dis-.ibililies who re'fiuire an .Rixiliar\ aid, se'rvice or ac commodation in order to partK i()ate in meetings are' ('lu ourage'd to c c>n-t.K t thc' Fxtension oftic e at (8V0i ()20-T440for  .issistanc e*.  Dunlap lowering schedule delayed  Guadalupc'-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) staff again adjusfc^d the I ake Dun la sc hc'dulc' to  ) Dam repair lowing  ie> Indigent Hc'alth (,ire' fund, which pays me'dic a! expenses for the poor, lists $2.5 million in r('c]uc'st('d 2012 spe>nding, up from $2.49 million in the current budge'f.  According to the* c oiin tv's 2012 budget cale'n-clar, commissionc'rs are-sc he'duled to finali/e thc'ir budget plans —- inc lud ing c hoostng .i tax rate' to tund the 2012 budget  SEGUIN  meeting with a Preserve I ake Dunlap Association I PI DA) rc'prc'sentative about the' lowering of Fake Dunlap tor contracted rc'pair work on the ckim. Undc'r the new H hedule, the lake lowering will commence Sunday, Aug. 14.  Undc'r the revised schedule, C'lBRA and PFDA rc'prt'sentatives (iave agreed to address some potential water safety hazards around Lake Dunlap, such as removing some of the partially submerged tree stumps .incl installing warning signage in ap[)ropriate areas.  On May 18, the (iBRA's Board of Directors aLithorized (iBRA's genc'ral manager to entc'r into an agrc*ement with the lowest projc'ct bidder to conduct re[)airs on the dam .It I ake Dunlap.  Initi.illy, the' repairs would have bc'gun earli-c'r, but the new sc hedule allows rc'pair work to bc'gin Aug. 14, continuing for <in a|)proximate ()0* to ‘H)-day period.  Workforce Solutions hosts events in July  Workforce Solutions Alamo IS hosting four recruitment c'vents at 18.3 IH South (Courtyard Plaza Shopping ('enter)  PREMIUM YELLOW BOX  24 Styles!  pancing Pq/,^  t'à.vhipn Boutique  1 )owhtown New Braunfels Mon Sa« 10 6 • Sun 12-S  in s('ssk)ns from [uly 18 to julv 29.  The' c (irre'nt tax rate is \ 1,4 c ents pe*r $100 valu-atiorv  On Aug. 1 1, ( ounty ludgc' Sfi('r:ii.iti Krause is S( heduled to >rese'nt the rt'c ommende'c budge't to commissioners and fik' it with ( ()unt\ ( le'rk |oy Stre'.iter IHibltc hearings on the pro[M)s<'d 20l 2 budge't and tax rate ate“ se>t for 8:1 5 a.m. .ind    p.m. on  Aug. 22.  ( om mi ss loners are sc he'duie'd to ado()t the nc'W budge't .vt the' 1 5 p.m. Aug. 22 mee'ting.  Another hc'.irtng on the propose'd t.ix rate is se>t for 8:11 a.m. .Aug. iO.  ( ommissionc'rs will set the- nC'w tax rate .it 8:1 S <i.m. Sept, 12, if .ill goes ac cording to sc hc'clule.  ( ommisstone*rs ,irc' c'xpc'c te'd to ( omplc'te the* [)ro( <*ss 1)\ iilmg lhe> biidg C't with (oiintv ( le'rk Strc.ilc't on Se'|)t, 22.  with employmc'trt oppot tunities tor sak's < onsult ants, asse*ml)le'rs, .ind food sc'rvicc* m.inage'rs and team inembcTs.  Partie ipating emplovc'ts inc lude Wc'st ( orpora tion, Adc'c CO for Advaiu e* Tc'c hnologv S('rvu c's, Inc Ac'rotek for Tex.is Powc't Systems tn Sc'guin and V'Vliataburger. lod.iv : 9 I I : U) a.m., Adec c o tor Aclvanc c'd le'c hnologs Servie ('s, Inc, fat ( .itc'r pillar plant in Sc'guin). hill-timc', tc'mporar\ or tc'mp-to hire’. Mc( hanic al Assembk'r.  loday: I 4 p.m,  Aerotek tor Texas Power Systems in Sc'guin. Full time. Contrae t-to Í Itre* Assembler  Wednc'sd.iy: a.m to 4 p.m., WhataburgcT tor nc'w location in Nc'vv Br.iunk'ls. Part-time' and full-time'. Managc'ts .ind Tc'am Mc'mbc'rs.  For more inform.ition. call (8U)) ()29-2()iO.  Christus names Leader of Quarter  In an ongoing effort to rc'cognizc' Assoc lates who go above and bc'yond ex[)ectations,  ( hristus Santa Rosa Health System honors employc'es with the Associate of the (Quarter Awards. Ari assoc iate from eac h (Tiristus hos pital earns the c|uarterl\ award, .ilong with a Sharc'd Servie es dc'signc'c' representing ( hristus.  At Christus Santa Rosa Ilospital-New Braunfels, juan Pc'rez is a Sterile Processing Tech II in the-Sterile Processing De[)artment. H.iving obtainc'd his certifie ation in Stenle' Proc essing, he* is the' ek'partmc'nt's intor mal "go to guy." luan dc'monstratc'S flexibilité and sine c're' dc'clic .ition the hos|)ital, liaving agrc'c'd to work the' cla\ shift and thus took on more re'sponsibilitic's.  Man threatens üair with nancile  By Dalondo Moultrie  itiff iit'r.'lld /tMluliC]  A \e'w Brauniels man u.is ( hargt'd \U)nd.u tnotning m c onncc tion vvilli .in .i-'S.iult .ilic't c h.is lit'.; ,1 pait ()t pe*(»|»Ic and lliKMtc'ning tlu>m u tth ,t f woodc'ti lianclk-. f)oliC('  I s.iid,  Pablo \it.il lo(>ev, 48, vv.is c hargc'd ith .iggr.i vafc'd ass.uilt with a dc'ad K ucMpon said 11. Mark Rc‘\ tiolds ( om.il ( ()unt\ Slu'ntt's ( )llic e*. I k’ said I o[)e'/ u.is takc'n to ( omal ( ounty lail. where-.1 sln'ritf s dc'putx s.iid he* w.is be'ing hc'ld XUindav niglit under $7,"iOO bond.  Rc'ync)lds said deputic's ue'ie c allc'd about 5 a.m. to the SOOO bk)ck ot ()ld 1 lighwa\ 81. Ilu're the\ tound 1 ope/, who Rc'v nolds said c hascnl .i woman and a man around the' mobile home' p.irk on two ditte'ic'nt da\s using a uooden hancilc' to thrcMten them. Re\nolds said sheritt's ck'putic's tinally vvc're able' to catch lopc'z earl\ Ntonda\.  lope/ didn't actualK strike amcMU' but the threat alone constitutc's .issault, Rc'vnolds said.  NEW YORK(AP)  Glenn Beck moving to Dallas  lormc't Fox Nc'ws ( h.in nc'l pc'ison.ilit\ C'llenn Hc'c k IS bound tor Ic'xas Bc'c k said Mond.iy that hc's reloc .iting liis tamiK to Dallas, whc'rc' Ills mc'clia compain is Iniildmg .i nc'w tc'k'vision and radio studio.  Texas Physical Therapy Specialists  Newest Research • fewest Vfetts «Best Results  ()rtlvopaedic/Sporls Rehab  Matiuai Thciapy  Aqualic/Flcalcd Pool  Flaiid Rehah & EMCJ/NCS Testing Services  Andre» Rennet, PI I im l.ybarger, PI \imee Vnthony, PI  IZiEiiSSS  New BraunMs - (830) 625-731()  www.TexPTS.com   API A Board Ccititied FolU'wship'l'rained  AmaZlNG! Customer Service is a FrMQ   

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